Non medical aspirant have ample fields to move in

3 months ago

As month of March comes to an end, the stress level of some students decreases but that of passing matriculation is on peak. Why this is so? This is because it’s a crucial time for them to decide their future by choosing right career path. Every child of this age faces lot of difficulties in deciding the right stream because of unawareness about the career options. So, it is wiser if students have done the thorough research about the subjects, its benefits, and own strengths and weakness too.

The first choice that a Matriculation student has to make is to choose between the streams of Science, commerce and humanities.

If he opts for science, then again two choices are there: Medical and Non medical

Non medical is chosen by those who believe in more analytical than theoretical based learning. The main subjects that non –medical involves are Physics, chemistry and Maths.

First of all student strive for excellence to get the admission in top most technological institutes of India i.e. IITs and NITs. For this, every year lakhs of student appear for IIT (Mains and Advanced) exam conducted by NTA (National testing agency). This exam opens the gateway for them to enter into the engineering colleges where they get practical knowledge about the subject. The different courses, a student can study in engineering are: Computer science engineering, Electronics and communication engineering, Mechanical engineering, Civil engineering, Textile engineering, Automobile engineering, Environmental engineering, Aerospace engineering, Production engineering, Manufacturing engineering, Aeronautical engineering.

Engineering is not a limiting factor or option for the student going for non medical stream. He can also go for individual specialization like Astrophysics, Nuclear and Atomic physics, Molecular physics, Optical physics, Meteorology, Chemical engineering, Biochemistry, Nuclear chemistry, Medicinal chemistry, Applied mathematics, Computational mathematics, Complex dynamics, Fluid mechanics, Image processing, Statistics.

However, one should not be limited by this article and also consult the experienced faculties too.

Seema Jain

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