20th January 2014, 03:27 PM
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Which subject to choose in 11th after passing 10th standard

hello sir i am in 10th standed please tell me which subject in +1 i am doing sci,com.arts

9th February 2014, 11:43 PM
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Default Re: Which subject to choose in 11th after passing 10th standard

I am not the right person to judge you the best stream in 12th class after completion of your 10th standard as you better know your knowledge and your areas of interest than me.

But one thing I can suggest you is that, opt for the steam in 12th class in accordance with your areas of interest so that you can perform well after joining the course.

You can opt for
-Commerce stream
-Life Sciences stream
-Technical stream etc.

If you opt for Commerce stream, then the best courses for you to join at higher academic levels are
Chartered Accountancy course
Company Secretary course
Integrated MBA

If you opt for 12th class with Mathematics and Physics subjects, then you can opt for Engineering course in any of the following streams
Electrical and Electronics Engineering
Electronics and Computer Science Engineering
Computer Science Engineering
Information Technology
Civil Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Aeronautical Engineering etc.

If you opt for Science stream in 12th class, then some of the courses that you can join are
Biotechnology etc.

One thing I can say that, you will be having good career scope by completing any of the above mentioned courses.

But you have to make most out of the opted course by gaining good subject knowledge.

Wish you all the best.

25th March 2017, 08:09 PM
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Default Re: Which subject to choose in 11th after passing 10th standard

I want to math in 11th class. I want to become a lecturer.which stream is best for me.

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