CBSE Booklet of Courses After 12TH:
The dilemma of choices is that it confuses one even more!! This holds especially true if you have just appeared for class 12th board exams. Gone are the days when careers would broadly be divided into just a handful like a doctor, engineer, writer, businessman and a few more. The limited choice would often not give the students their choicest but yet a slight direction. Switch to present times when the world seems like a Pandora’s Box… there is always a treasure of some kind for everyone. Thanks to the guidance and career counseling available nowadays that students can actually pinpoint what career they want to choose. A step in the direction is the CBSE booklet of courses after 12th.
CBSE is the largest board of education in the country, a majority of students and schools follow the CBSE diktat sincerely. This year the board has released a CBSE booklet of courses after 12th to help students who do not have access to any career counselor, some clarity on the profession they must choose. It is an effort of the board to facilitate students while scouting for the right course choices. Students can check on the link mentioned below for the booklet:
According to the CBSE booklet of courses after 12th there are approximately 113 courses that the students can consider after completing class 12th. It takes into consideration the various subject combinations that a student might opt for in class 12th. The booklet also mentions in detail the various programs, the universities, and colleges that offer the courses, the eligibility criteria, admission procedure, and other important information. According to the chairperson of CBSE, “The purpose of this compendium (list of courses) is to generate enough curiosity in the students to explore further on the scope, possibilities, avenues, for each of these courses and to look for other options beyond these courses as well.” The CBSE booklet of courses after 12th mentions streams like engineering, science, medicine, and health sciences, mass communication, law, design, arts (Fine/visual/performing), animation, banking and finance, hotel management, hospitality, travel and tourism, accounting and commerce, teaching and management.