Career selection and planning are no easy feats. With so many options and aspects to consider, a lot buzzes through students’ minds while making the decision that would shape their future. In all this frenzy, credible answers and guidance regarding the changing face of careers can, no doubt, prove to be a godsend.
This exact thought, to empower students and parents like you to make the right decisions, has been the objective of the Mindler Blog. Over the past year, we have strived to produce content with reliable and expert advice on the world of careers, and shall continue to do so in the years ahead.
Now, before we take the leap into 2019, let’s take a look at the articles that have fared best with readers like you in the year 2018.
Things in life don’t always turn out the way we want them to. All your efforts and toils go into your board exams, yet you fall short by 5, 10, or even 20%, what then? Your mind may lead you to believe that it’s the end of your career, but we beg to differ! The biggest failures in life are often turning points, diverting your path towards bigger things. A low board percentage is only a minor setback, and in this article, we tell you how to get back on track.
Mass Communication and Journalism – both are terms that we associate with news, television, radio and other forms of media. Both are also terms we have used interchangeably at one point or the other in our lives. While closely related, both are not the same. If you are aspiring to pursue either of the two fields, or have ever just wondered about the differences between the two, this article is a must-read.
English Honours has gained traction as one of the most sought-after courses across universities in India today. Yet it is also amongst the least understood. Is it a degree that helps you improve your English? Do you learn writing skills? Or is it something else entirely? Despite popular notions, English Honours is a degree of English literature. this article gives you a true picture of English Hons. – its course structure, scope, colleges and more.
Many science students spend 2-4 years of their life preparing for the IIT JEE exam, but due to the stiff competition and difficulty level, fail to make it to their end goal. But life is full of surprises, and a failure to crack the JEE exam doesn’t mean your career is over. Here are a few solid plan Bs in case your JEE plan doesn’t pan out.
The second most popular UG entrance exam right after the JEE is NEET. A majority of PCB students take a shot at this exam to land a coveted seat in a medical institute. Yet a very small percentage actually do clear it. So what about the remaining majority? Is Medicine the only viable career option for PCB students. Surely not. Read this article to learn about multiple roads you can take if NEET turns out to be a dead end.
JEE is certainly one of the toughest entrance exams, and as a result, the JEE coaching industry is flourishing. Students don’t think twice before enrolling themselves into these institutes, but is coaching essential to cracking the JEE exam? We don’t believe so. All it takes is the right preparation strategies, and a whole lot of dedication. The dedication is up to you, but here are a few strategies from our experts to help you clear the exam without relying on coaching.
Engineering or Medicine? PCM or PCB? Many science enthusiasts face these questions at the brink of finalising their stream choice after class 10. This indecisiveness also leads many of them to choose a PCMB combination. If you too are thinking about opting for this combination, here are a few important things you should consider before you finalise your decision.
A big choice after class 12th for commerce students is choosing between the top 3 – BBA, B.Com and Economics (Hons.). All 3 courses are closely related and open up a lot of career avenues in fields related to commerce, accounts, finance and economics. So how do you make a choice between the 3? Well, the first step is to know the differences between the three – their course structures, subjects, and the career options they will open up for you. The article talks about these and other aspects in detail.
Myth – “There are no good career options available for humanities students.” This long-standing belief that humanities don’t have a lot of scope has often prevented students from taking up humanities after 10th, even if their hearts lie in those subjects. For this very reason, we have compiled a (long) list of some of the most interesting and sought-after careers you can take up after Humanities.
In addition to choosing a stream after class 10th – Science, Commerce or Humanities, there are a lot of additional choices to be made. Which should you choose as your 5th subject? And should you opt for a 6th subject too? This last question has flustered many, and we are here to resolve this confusion. In this article, we answer all questions you may have about opting for a 6th subject in class 11th CBSE.
Hope you enjoy reading these articles and find them useful in guiding you towards the career clarity you have been seeking. Stay tuned for more such insightful articles and career trends in 2019 too. It is going to be a great year, after all!
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