CBSE supplementary exam date 2023 announced; registration of 10th, 12th students begins tomorrow
Vagisha Kaushik|May 31, 2023
NEW DELHI: As this academic year has come to an end, and central and state boards are expected to declare the Class 12 results soon, students in science, arts and commerce must be worried about choosing the right career path. While JEE Main and NEET UG are obvious choices for over a million candidates, some remain confused about what to choose.
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Reiterating that it can be a challenging task to figure out what to do in future, CEO of Navneet Toptech, Harshil Gala has shared some points to consider while choosing a career path after the board exams in India.
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One of the first steps towards choosing a career path is to identify your interests and skills, Gala said. Take some time to think about what you enjoy doing and what you're good at. You can also take career assessment tests that can help you identify your strengths and weaknesses. Understanding your interests and skills can help you narrow down your career options and choose a field that aligns with your strengths.
Once you have a clear understanding of your interests and skills, research different career options that align with your strengths. Look for job descriptions, responsibilities, and required qualifications. You can also talk to professionals in the field and learn about their experiences. This will give you a better idea of what to expect in a particular career and help you make an informed decision, the CEO added.
It is important to consider the job market when choosing a career path. Look for fields that have a high demand for professionals and offer good growth opportunities. Research the salary range and job outlook for different careers to understand the earning potential and the potential for advancement. This information can help you make an informed decision about your future career.
Finally, get practical experience in your chosen field. Internships, job shadowing, and volunteering can give you valuable experience and help you understand what it's like to work in a particular field. This can also help you build a network of professionals who can provide guidance and support as you pursue your career.
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