Class XII students Dilemma in Choosing Career

Class XII students Dilemma in Choosing Career

Class XII students Dilemma in Choosing Career

Result season is back with nerve wrenching anxiety rising each day with rising mercury levels. The fate of students appearing in Class XII is sealed during this time of the year. This time of the year is also marred with various controversies related to a course or examination. This time around it was Honorable Supreme court of India which took everyone by surprise with the introduction of the common admission test for medical entrance i.e. NEET.

Uncertainty, last minute glitches, and ever changing policies has started to characterize new India. What also defines our country is our large middle-class society which pins its hopes and aspirations on the shoulders of their kids. Kids are part of an important race which they even are not aware of and the pressure for succeeding in the exams are looked as a life-defining event. Parents, Teachers, and society at large have made a compelling environment in front of kids as if these exams are the last hope in their life and they have a reason to behave in this manner. Results in these exams provide instant gratification and a sure stamp that they have done their job well.

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This time around it was Honorable Supreme court of India which took everyone by surprise with the introduction of the common admission test for medical entrance i.e. NEET.

Uncertainty, last minute glitches, and ever changing policies has started to characterize new India. What also defines our country is our large middle-class society which pins its hopes and aspirations on the shoulders of their kids. Kids are part of an important race which they even are not aware of and the pressure for succeeding in the exams are looked as a life-defining event. Parents, Teachers, and society at large have made a compelling environment in front of kids as if these exams are the last hope in their life and they have a reason to behave in this manner. Results in these exams provide instant gratification and a sure stamp that they have done their job well. However, no one has the patience to let the kid grow as an individual and a good citizen of the country. Who has the time for waiting?

Opportunities and Success

Sensing opportunity and to exploit the psychology of parents and their aspiration, markets have also filled their shops with the product which guarantee success in the mad race. Shops have opened up which provide “world class coaching” at affordable prices, capsule modules if in case you think that you are behind in the rat race. Now moving a step forwards shops are filled with tonics and chavanprash made of gold and silver to spruce up the ability of the kids to “mug up” the junk spelled in the books.

However, there is a section of society , NGO’s and various writers who are acting as hope in this abysmal situation and have come out with research which speaks contrary to the beliefs of the society and advocates nurturing the inherent abilities of an individual. They advocate that every individual is unique and a single system cannot be used to evaluate an individual. God has gifted each of us with unique abilities which are required to be identified and honed. Daniel Goleman in his famous book “Emotional Intelligence” argued that an individual’s success doesn’t depend on his Intelligence Quotient (IQ) but on Emotional Quotient (EQ). He argues in his work that the way an individual approaches a situation or a problem defines his success in life. He supported his arguments with long research evidence in his bestseller.

Off late, we now see an emergence of a section of society which has started to believe that it is important to nurture the inherent capabilities/skills of an individual. Great’s like Sachin Tendulkar, Virat Kohli, Amitabh Bacchan, Sonu Nigam and Mari Kom have proven that had their parents also believed in the numbers as a barometer for success than these famous people would not have brought laurels and respect for our country. If we evaluate a fish from its ability to climb the tree then fish would feel stupid its entire life believing that it is of no use.

Think over….

Yash Khandelwal
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0 # Nishith 2019-04-15
I am from Gurgaon, plz tell me the time duration of MBBS course in India
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0 # Mukesh 2019-04-16
In India, the present duration of MBBS course is 5.5 years, The actual course period is 4.5 years and one year of rotating internship should be completed, you can find some good MBBS colleges in Gurgaon-SGT University
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0 # Aarush 2019-03-11
I have secured 55% marks in 12th ,I think its too low to get admission in any good engineering college in Kanpur,If you know about it please suggest me
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0 # Jagan 2019-03-12
yes, your percentage is very low, I will not suggest that you should choose engineering as a career, but still you want to do engineering you can try for private college in Kanpur, they will admit you.
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0 # Jayesh 2019-03-08
Hii, I am from Lalitpur, plz tell me Is there any provision that one can pursue any other management degree or diploma in IIMs without appearing for any entrance test ?
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0 # Mukesh 2019-03-09
No, for getting admission in IIMs for management course, you should have to clear entrance exam, but there are many other MBA colleges in Lalitpur where without entrance you can take admission
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0 # Aayush 2019-02-11
Is there any age restriction applicable to apply to the B. Ed course, plz suggest good b.ed colleges in Sikar as well
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0 # Shruti 2019-02-12
Most NCTE recognized institutions from across the country require that applicants must have completed at least 18 years of age in the year of admission, some b.ed colleges in Sikar are Mohini Devi Goenka Girls BEd College ; Annapurna Shikshan Prashikshan Sansthan ; Marudhara Shikshak Prashikshan Mahavidyalaya ; BPS Teacher Training College
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0 # Vaibhav 2019-01-21
Hello, I am from Trivandrum, plz tell me Is there an any degree equivalent to MBA and of same weightage in terms of placement
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0 # Pallavi 2019-01-22
Hii, PGDM is equivalent to MBA, you can do PGDM from any good college of Trivandrum, so you can get placement easily
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0 # Jayesh Older than three months
Hii, plz suggest me What higher studies options are available after completion of MBBS in North Tripura?
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0 # Pallavi Older than three months
On completion of MBBS, for being specialised in a specific field, candidate will have to take up MD or MS course in North Tripura with appropriate specialization.
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0 # Nishith Older than three months
Is there any age restriction applicable to apply to the B. Ed course, plz suggest good b.ed colleges in Jalpaiguri as well
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0 # Shruti Older than three months
Most NCTE recognized institutions from across the country require that applicants must have completed at least 18 years of age in the year of admission, some b.ed colleges in Jalpaiguri are Ananda Chandra Training College ; Model BPEd College
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0 # Rohan Older than three months
Hello, I am from Rajahmundry plz tell me admission to B. Ed to IGNOU is made through entrance test?
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0 # Pallavi Older than three months
hii, good to know that you are from Rajahmundry, Yes, Admission to B. Ed in IGNOU is made through B. Ed Entrance Test, which is generally conducted during the month of October/September each year.
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0 # Nishith Older than three months
Hii, I am from Jabalpur let me know, What is the need of NEET Phase II?
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0 # Mukesh Older than three months
If a phase I test taker of Jabalpur oe other places is not satisfied his/her performance in the test or if a candidate has missed out to apply for NEET, he/she can apply for phase 2 exam, It is a second chance provided to aspiring candidates.
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0 # Nishith Older than three months
Hello, I am from Jyotiba Phule Nagar, want to get admission in BITS pilani, My rank in JEE is 40,000, please suggest me that i am eligible to get admission in BITS or not.
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0 # Jagan Older than three months
Hii, for finding it you can go through mock counselling , please visit here- mock counselling, you can also get good college in Jyotiba Phule Nagar.
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