Options after Intermediate:

Options after Intermediate: 

1. Engineering 

2. Medicine

3. BSc/BCA (For Science subject students).

4. B Com (For Commerce subject students)

5. BA (For Arts/Humanities students)

In Addition, there are a number of Vocational courses, leading to employment in various sectors. The options available are discussed in detail in the list given below.
Engineering Stream: There is a common belief among the people that science is the most important subject, compared to humanities or even commerce. There is also a general feeling in our society that the best students opt for science. This is an assumption of most parents, students and teachers. In fact, brilliance and intelligence is not the exclusive preserve of science. If a student is interested in doing engineering courses, such as BE /B Tech in subjects like Computer Science (CS), Electronics and Communications (EC), Civil, Mechanical, Metallurgy, Electrical etc the option should be to appear for a common entrance test EAMCET, which enables a student to get a seat in any of the engineering colleges in the state, depending upon the performance in the test. Since, there are a good number of colleges, and quality education is being provided there, Engineering should be an obvious choice for any Intermediate students with MPC option. There are many other national-level admission tests for the meritorious students like IIT (Indian Institute of Technology), AIEEE, VIT (Vellore Institute of Technology) etc.

Medicine: The situation is not the same with the BiPC students as there are less number of medical colleges in the state. So, the competition is intense, particularly for the Medicine students. But, one fails to get seat in the Medicine, not everything is lost. There are many other avenues for the BiPC students as well like BSc, Bio-technology, B Pharmacy, BSc Agriclture Science, dairy science, Food and Nutrition etc.
Commerce: The world thrives on business. The more the economy grows more the options will be for the Commerce students. Apart form doing the degree level courses like B Com, leading to Master of Business Administration (MBA) or M Com, there are many other professional courses available for the Commerce students like CA, ICWA etc which helps them establish themselves in a short span of time. It may, therefore, be wise for the students to opt for a basic BCom degree with Computer as one of the combinations, as it is now a much-sought after course.
Arts/Humanities: Though not so popular among the students, humanities also offer many options after 10 + 2 other than the usual BA degree course. Except for courses in science and technology areas, they can take up many other courses such as travel & tourism, English literature, teaching, advertising, journalism, performing arts, business management, etc. Humanities is also the favourite choice of many students who sit for the civil service examinations.
In all the three streams, students can now opt for job-oriented vocational subjects at the first degree level available in selected colleges affiliated to many universities. Another recent development has been the diversification of courses, professional in nature, at the first-degree level itself, although the number of institutions offering such course is still small. International post graduate programmes of five-year duration after 10 + 2 in several subjects are being introduced by some universities
Whatever stream you may select, you should put in your best efforts, which would surely lead to you to a path of success. Obtaining high marks in the qualifying examinations will put you in a comparatively better position to get into a course of your choice after the 10 + 2 level.

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