Which Stream to choose after Class 10th and why? | Career options after class 10

10th standard is one of the preliminary and most important point in a student’s life. The stream the student chooses after 10th plays a huge role in determining their career path.


If you have completed your 10th and wondering what to do after 10th then this post will help you as a guide. Here, I have listed down different streams one can pursue after finishing their class 10th boards examination.



The most popular and by far the best choice among 10th passed students in India is 10+1 followed by 10+2.  Nowadays, most jobs require Bachelor’s Degree as minimum educational qualification required. In order to pursue a Bachelor’s Degree course, you need to complete 10+2 in the first place! This shows how useful this path is.

If a student is interested in following this path, he/she has many options available in front of them. 11th and 12th standards have three prominent streams in India which are:

  • Humanities stream
  • Commerce stream
  • Science stream

Why choose Science?

When compared to other main streams- Commerce and Humanities, Science stream is comparatively a bit tough. Academically bright students would not have much difficulty in facing the subjects present in this stream I feel.

I, myself being from Science background can assure you these 2 years in your +2 will either make you or break you. You will be seeing the beauty which lies in each subject which you will be taught.

Note: Whatever you have studied till your class 10th science or maths will hardly be of any use in your +2 curriculum. Most of the topics will be new, interesting & of great knowledge.

Science stream is a very popular choice among 10th standard passed students in India. Students who want to pursue pure and applied science in professional courses for future may choose this stream.


When it comes to Science stream, there are two main groups within it. They are-

  • Biology Group (Main Subjects: Physics, Chemistry and Biology)
  • Mathematics Group (Main Subjects: Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics)


These groups, to an extent, ends up determining the career path of a student. A student may choose any one of the above mentioned groups. The choice has to be made by the student.


  1. Physics
  2. Chemistry
  3. Mathematics
  4. Biology
  5. English
  6. Computer Science (C++/Python)


Among the above mentioned subjects, Physics, Chemistry, English and Mathematics/Biology are compulsory subjects. Students have to choose an optional subject other than them. Usually, availability of such optional subjects may vary from one board to another and from one state board to another. Usually, the optional subjects are- Computer Science, Sanskrit, regional languages etc.


Professional courses available after class 12th can roughly be classified into 3 types – Applied Science Courses (Engineering), Pure Science Courses (Medical) and other courses.



  1. Mechanical Engineering
  2. Electrical Engineering
  3. Civil Engineering
  4. Chemical Engineering
  5. Computer Science Engineering
  6. Information Technology
  7. Electronics and Communication Engineering
  8. Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering
  9. Petroleum Engineering
  10. Aeronautical Engineering
  11. Aerospace Engineering
  12. Automobile Engineering
  13. Mining Engineering
  14. Biotechnology Engineering
  15. Genetic Engineering
  16. Plastics Engineering
  17. Food Processing and Technology
  18. Agricultural Engineering
  19. Dairy Technology and Engineering
  20. Agricultural Information Technology
  21. Power Engineering
  22. Production Engineering
  23. Metallurgy Engineering
  24. Textile Engineering
  25. Mining Engineering


Note: You can click on the links to knows details of different engineering courses or wait for my next blog where I shall provide the details of different Engineering courses.



  1. Sc. Agriculture
  2. Sc. Horticulture
  3. Sc. Forestry
  4. Sc. IT
  5. Sc. Computer Science
  6. Sc. Chemistry
  7. Sc. Mathematics
  8. Sc. Physics
  9. Sc. Hotel Management
  10. Sc. Nautical Science
  11. Sc. Electronics
  12. Sc. Electronics and Communication
  13. Sc. Biotechnology
  14. BCA (similar to B.Sc. course structure)


  1. Medicine (MBBS)
  2. Dental Science (BDS)
  3. Homeopathy (BHMS)
  4. Ayurveda (BAMS)
  5. B.Pharmacy
  6. Bachelor of Physiotherapy
  7. Bachelor of Occupational Therapy


  1. Sc. Biochemistry
  2. Sc. Biology
  3. Sc. Physics
  4. Sc. Chemistry
  5. Sc. Environmental Science
  6. Sc. Biotechnology
  7. Sc. Nursing
  8. Sc. Occupational Therapy
  9. Sc. Physiotherapy
  10. Sc. Radiology
  11. Sc. Bioinformatics
  12. Sc. Anthropology
  13. Sc. Microbiology
  14. Sc. Zoology
  15. Sc. Forensic Science
  16. Sc. Agriculture
  17. Sc. Pathology
  18. Sc. Speech Therapy
  19. F Sc. (Fisheries Science)
  20. Sc. Horticulture
  21. Sc. Genetics
  22. Sc. Health Science and Nutrition
  23. Sc. Sports Science
  24. Sc. Audiology
  25. Sc. Botany

Why choose Commerce?

The diversity that commerce stream offer is one of the main factors that still attracts many 10th standard students. If a student is good with numbers, good at analyzing and dealing with large chunks of data, have a taste in finance and economics, commerce stream will suit them in building a career out of it.

Commerce as a stream of education can be defined as a study of trade and business activities such as the exchange of goods and services from producer to final consumer.


Let us take a look at some of the important subjects present in 11th and 12th standards of commerce stream-

  1. Economics
  2. English
  3. Accountancy
  4. Business Studies
  5. Mathematics
  6. Information Practices (Java)
  7. Statistics
                                             Balance Sheet

Among the above mentioned subjects, Accountancy, Business Studies English and Economics are compulsory subjects. Students have to choose an optional subject other than them. Usually, availability of such optional subjects may vary from one board to another and from one state board to another. Usually, the optional subjects are- Maths, Information Practices, Statistics, physical education, regional languages etc.

I would suggest my readers to keep mathematics subject. Mathematics is one such subject that will come handy while pursuing professional courses like CA (Chartered Accountancy) training, CS (Company Secretaryship) training, Economics etc.


After passing 12th standard board examination, Commerce stream students may go for traditional Commerce (and chosen subjects) based courses as well as other new courses. Some major fields available in front of Commerce stream students are – Traditional Commerce courses, Law Education, Management courses, Diploma courses, Architecture, Education courses and Technical courses.

Let us start with traditional courses first.

  1. Bachelor in Commerce (B.Com)
  2. Chartered Accountancy (CA)
  3. Company Secretaryship (CS)
  4. Bachelor’s course in Economics
  5. BA Course
  6. BFA Course


After 12th Commerce, students are eligible to go for Law Education in the Integrated course format. Integrated Law course lasts 5 years. Some popular Integrated Law courses for Commerce stream student are-

  1. Com. + LL.B.
  2. BBA + LL.B.
  3. BA + LL.B.



  1. BBA (Bachelor of Business Administration)
  2. BMS (Bachelor of Management Studies)
  3. Integrated BBA + MBA program (5 years duration)
  4. BHM (Bachelor of Hotel Management)
  5. Retail Management (Diploma)                                                             Why choose Arts?

Arts stream offers numerous career options and opportunities to students. It is a very traditional stream. This is one of the main reasons why this stream still has got takers in India. This stream is made up of diverse parts like humanities, visual arts, performing arts, literary arts etc.

As mentioned before, arts stream is very diverse. This fact is evident from the studies involved in this stream. It covers wide variety of studies such as- visual arts (painting, sculpting, drawing etc), performing arts (music, dance, drama etc), literary arts (languages, literature, philosophy etc), history, law, humanities subjects, geography, political science etc.

Thanks to the availability of such diverse areas of studies, career options associated with this field is equally impressive. After completing the 12th boards, students will have access to numerous professional courses focusing on areas like visual arts, law, performing arts, languages, management etc. In short, it is the foundation course which on completion of this foundation (12th standard), one may choose a professional course and thus take first step towards building one’s career.


Let us take a look at some of the important subjects present in 11th and 12th standards of arts stream-

  1. English
  2. History
  3. Geography
  4. Political Science
  5. Economics
  6. Other literature subjects- Hindi, regional languages etc
  7. Psychology
  8. Music
  9. Home Science
  10. Physical Education
  11. Public Administration
  12. Mathematics
  13. Computer Science
  14. Fine Arts
  15. Sociology


Note: Not all the subjects have been mentioned above. Many of the above mentioned subjects fall under the ‘optional subject’ category. Students have to select optional courses and form a ‘course combination’ to pursue throughout 11th and 12th. Professional courses after 12th and career, to an extent, depends upon this course combination.


  1. Bachelor in Arts

  2. BA in History and Archaeology
  3. BA in Hindi
  4. BA in Humanities
  5. BA in Finance
  6. BA in Foreign Languages (example- French)
  7. BA in Regional Languages (example- Malayalam)
  8. BA in Journalism and Mass Communication
  9. BA in Literature
  10. BA in Philosophy
  11. BA in Music
  12. BA in Theatre
  13. BA in Yoga and Naturopathy
  14. BA in Tourism and Hospitality Management
  15. BA in Library Science
  16. BA in Applied Science
  17. BA in Advertising
  18. BA in Fine Arts
  19. BA in Mathematics
  20. BA in Retail Management
  21. BA in Fashion Merchandising
  22. BA in Culinary Sciences
  23. BA in Anthropology
  24. BA in Home Science
  25. BA in Hotel Management
  26. BA in Computer Applications
  27. BA in Finance and Insurance
  28. BA in Interior Designing
  29. BA in Psychology
  30. BA in Economics
  31. LAW Courses

After 12th Arts, students are eligible to go for Law Education in the Integrated course format. Integrated Law course lasts 5 years. Some popular Integrated Law courses for Arts stream student are-

  1. BA + LL.B.
  2. BBA + LL.B.
  3. Management Courses

Arts stream students who are not interested in traditional courses may go for Management courses. Some well known Management courses to do after 12th Arts stream are-

  1. BBA (Bachelor of Business Administration)
  2. BMS (Bachelor of Management Studies)
  3. Integrated BBA + MBA program (5 years duration)
  4. BHM (Bachelor of Hotel Management)
  5. Retail Management (Diploma)


  1. Designing Courses

Diploma, Degree as well as Certificate courses related to the field of Designing can also be pursued by Arts stream students. Some such well known courses are-

  1. Bachelor of Interior Designing
  2. Bachelor of Design (Accessory)
  3. Bachelor of Design (Leather)
  4. Bachelor of Textile Design
  5. Bachelor of Product Design
  6. Furniture and Interior Design course


I hope this blog was helpful in some ways to clear your doubts and confusions and you have found a roadmap for your future. If you have any doubt, do let me kmow in the comments section.









Evolution of Gaming through the Ages

Gaming originated as a synonym for “gambling “. In modern times, gaming has become an individual part of the day to day activities of youth. Many groups of people also criticize games because of the concern that has aroused that youths are getting addicted to games. Apart from entertainment, games are also used for educational purposes. As such, many puzzles, quiz games etc, developed which makes the learning process interesting. Games are even used for commercial purposes for earning money. Many gamers stream their gaming session live to earn money ,while many other gamers compete with other players. Gaming has also accelerated the development process of hardware peripherals such as gaming consoles, CPU, graphics card and many more. Nowadays, technological development has became so advanced that simulated gaming has become available to common people.

Types of online games

There are many variations of computer games that are played online. These include first-person games, action games and real-time strategy games. The real-time ones are based on multiplayer games played over a modem or local network. An example of the real-time strategy game is The Age of Empires.

In addition, there are also browser-based games that use the web browser as a client. Step by step, with the development of graphic technologies like Flash and Java, more complex games were introduced. They are now becoming increasingly popular as Flash games and Java games are now dominating our world.

• First-person shooter game (FPS)

During the 1990s, online games started to move from a wide variety of LAN protocols (such as IPX) and onto the Internet using the TCP/IP protocol. Doom popularized the concept of a deathmatch, where multiple players battle each other head-to-head, as a new form of online game. Since Doom, many first-person shooter games contain online components to allow deathmatch or arena style play. And by popularity, first person shooter games are becoming more and more widespread around the world. The kind of games that are played at the more popular competitions are Counter-StrikeHaloCall of Duty: Advanced WarfareQuake Live and Unreal Tournament. Competitions have a range of winnings from money to hardware. Expansion of hero shooters, a subgenre of shooter games, happened in 2016 when several developers released or announced their hero shooter multiplayer online game (BattlebornOverwatch, and Paladins).

The latest video game doing the rounds is Counter Strike Global Offensive.

Ethernet Cables in Fujitsu laptops

Wireless Internet is more available today than it was five years ago, but it’s not universal. The office where I work has a public Wi-Fi hotspot, but no behind-the-firewall wireless network. I could use our VPN, but that connection doesn’t give me complete access to my network shares. It’s also very slow.
“Optical transmission are reasonable and easy to handle , but there are still a lot of places where wireless simply can’t do the job, especially when one is in a neighbourhood that has too many wireless interfering with each other, having that Ethernet port is like saving yourself from the mass failure.”

Fujitsu Laptops provide a LAN adapter along with the Ethernet LAN which is an accessory for many users. With Laptops getting thinner and thinner with time Fujitsu Laptops are the ones to look out for in the near future.

Extended LAN Port

Fujitsu Laptops have a slide-out Ethernet connector. It enables LAN Ports & Ethernet cables to connect even in the thinnest and lightest of laptops.