Career Guidance

By: Poonam Shah | Views: 1511 | Date: 25-Jan-2012

This particular article should not only be read by students but should also be read by their parents – because most of the times, parents are the ones who decide what their child is going to do! However, there is one thing – unlike after 12th passing there are 100s of choices, it is not the same for students who have passed 10th standard.

This particular article should not only be read by students but should also be read by their parents – because most of the times, parents are the ones who decide what their child is going to do! However, there is one thing – unlike after 12th passing there are 100s of choices, it is not the same for students who have passed 10th standard. But, it is equally important!


When students pass their 10th standard, they are at a age where they really don’t know what to do – they are not matured enough and most of the outcome or the admission depends upon the marks they have secured in 10th standard.

More than 3/4ths of the students go for 3 streams Science, Commerce or Arts and I think it is the right way to move forward. Rest of the 1/4th joins vocational courses like Diploma and other under-graduate programs that are offered by various institutions after the 10th standard.

Here is my advice on career options after 10th Standard

1) If you are confused about what you should do then play an elimination game and rate you interests on different parameters. Like if you like animals / plants and trees – Go in for science. DO the same with other subjects as well.

2) If you are tilted towards numbers, finance and like to crunch numbers – Commerce may be the side for you

3) If you are creative person – like drawing, painting, arts, acting, dancing and all other creative stuff – you should opt for Arts stream. Most of the times students go wrong here.

Many students have artistic bend of mind, but they are pushed by their parents to join science, which according to me is the worst thing that a parent can do for their child. Don’t push them – Empower them to make decisions. However, at the same time tell them the pros and cons of joining a particular stream.

 

Career & Course Options after 10TH & Plus 2

This is brief information.

Kindly please focus to get the right insight into every Career.

1. CAREERS IN ENGINEERING
• AVIATION
• SHIPPING INDUSTRY
• ARCHITECTURE 
• ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY
• MINING
• PETROLEUM
• PLASTIC, POLYMER, RUBBER, MOULD
• TOOL & DIE
• CERAMIC
• TEXTILE
• PACKAGING
• LEATHER
• RAILWAY
• TECHNICIANS

A. AVIATION

Introduction

• An ideal cabin attendant is sociable with a naturally warm and pleasant personality and someone who can meet passengers’ needs through sincere yet professional service.

• Two distinct sectors: Commercial and Military sectors are present. Regulations for the commercial aviation industry are determined by the apex body, Director General of Civil Aviation in India (DGCA).
 
Working Conditions

• Pilots spend long hours on flight decks in a seated position. Pilots involve great responsibility both for the safety of the aircraft and safety of the passengers and crew.

Personality
 
• Agility, stamina and good health are vital to attend to the stressful duties for long hours. Requires presence of mind, courage, physical fitness, determination, due to the risks which flying involves. They need to be self-confident and at east working with other people.

• Air hostesses must have a need appearance. They require a polite, pleasant and tactful manner with the ability to put people at east also described as ‘service aptitude’.

• Aircraft engineers must be able to work in all types of weather conditions. Ability to work as a team is needed.

 

Work Options

• Air Hostess
• Meteorologist (Interprets Weather Data)
• Commercial à Airlines, Air services, Air Taxi
• Military à Air Force
• Pilots, Flight Attendants, Flight Despatchers, Flight Schedulers, Ground Crew, Flight Engineer
• Engineers & Technical Division
• Marketing à Advertisements
• Finance
• Fashion Designers à Crew dress designers
• Security/Safety Department
• Air Flow Control
• Ticketing/Commercial
• Communication Officers
• Aerodrome Officers
• Airworthiness Officers
• Airport Mangers & Administrative Managers

 

Courses

• Student Pilot License
– Only Oral Exam
– 10th Standard & 16 Years Age

• Private Pilot License
– Initial Flying Training
– Theory Exam
– 60 Hours Flying

Courses, Institutes

• Commercial Pilot License
– 250 Hours Flying
– +2 with Maths & Physics

• Commercial Helicopter Pilots License
– 40 Hours Flying

• Aircraft Mechanics
– B.Sc + 2 Years Practical Experience
– +2 with Diploma in Aircraft Maintenance Engg

• Air Traffic Controller
– Engineering degree in Electronic/Radio/Telecom

• Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Uran Academy (IGRUA)
– B.Sc (Aviation)

• MIT, Madras
– B.Tech from B.Sc or M.Tech

B. SHIPPING INDUSTRY

 

Introduction

• Shipping can be categorized into three work segments:

1. The first area has shipping companies, which have an administrative set up manned with personnel who take care of the logistics, and the general documentation required by the industry.

2. There are vessels which move passengers and cargo and have on board the ships crew who are responsible for its running on the scheduled routes and for overseeing and liasoning the loading and offloading operations while the ship is docked.

3. The third area of work is at the docks and ports where the ships are loaded and unloaded and all documentations and other formalities are completed.

 

Personality

• Working on docks and ports is not quite an easy task. Need to work in open most of the time. Noisy and dusty environment.

 

Courses & Work Area

• Traffic Clerks

• Stevedores & Superintendents
– Loading and Unloading
– Physical Labour

• Dip in Shipping Management

• Job starts from deck engineer and heads towards chief engineer. Promotion is handled with exams conducted by Directorate General of Shipping, Mumbai

 

Institutes

• Academy of Maritime Education and Training (AMET) University
• Indian Maritime University, Vishakapatnam OR Chennai OR Kolkata - B.Sc. (Nautical Science), B. Tech. (Naval architecture & Ocean Engineering), B. Tech. (Marine Engineering), B.Sc. (Maritime Science)
• Alagappa University - MBA in Shipping

C. ARCHITECTURE & CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY

Introduction

• Specific area of study and work which deals with design, plan of buildings and structures. Architects belong to a profession where dreams and sweat are blended with material to erect milestones of human civilization and prosperity.

Working Conditions
• They mostly work at their offices but occasionally go for site review.

Introduction 

• Keen intelligence and many of the aptitudes and interests found in businessman, creative artists and scientists should be present in an aspirant for this field.

• Landscape architects have to coordinate their work with engineers, architects, city officials, zonal experts real estate agents and horticulturists to develop a complete understanding of the job.
• Naval architects are trained to design, plan, construct and maintain all structures made and used on the seas. At the coast, ports, dockyards, oil platforms and loading mechanism etc. have to be constructed.

Personality

• An aptitude for problem solving, interest in structures and out of doors work, a tough physique, ability to visualise multidimensional structures, spatial relationships, love for mathematical and scientific problem solving and an avid curiosity and keen observation are basis traits of civil engineers.

Courses & Work Area

• Selection is mostly based on NATA (National Aptitude Test in Architecture) exam

• Ability to sketch, flexibility, patience, hard work, creative

• Design in Architecture and physical planning

• B.Arch à 5 Years
– Landscape Architecture
– Naval Architecture
– Civil Engg
– Surveyors/Site Engineers

• Master of Design [M.Des] – IIT, Delhi

• School of Planning & Architecture, Delhi
– Planning (Urban, Regional, Environment, Transport)
– Landscape Architecture
– Building Engg & Management

D. ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY

Introduction

• Engineers apply the theories and principles of science – physics, chemistry and mathematics for finding economical solutions to technical problems. They also have to determine the overall effectiveness, cost, reliability and safety.
Electronic and Telecommunication Engineers
• Electronic engineers have been involved in the invention, design, construction and operation of electronic systems and devices. Telecommunication engineers are involved in the designing, manufacture and operation of telecommunication devices.

Working Conditions

• Work environment depends on the industry in which they work. Some engineers might be involved in sales and marketing jobs that involve travelling and dealing with market research personnel, agents and users.

 

Personality

• Analytical mind, strong problem solving abilities, sound mathematical and scientific foundation and a desire to be in constant pursuit of knowledge is required for success in engineering.

 

Courses & Work Area

• IIT-JEE & AIEEE
• Technological Institute of Textiles & Science, Bhiwani
• BITS, Pilani (BITSAT)
• National Dairy Research Institute, Karnal
• Manipal Institute of Technology
• Indian Institute of Fire Engg, Nagpur
• Electronic & Telecom Engg
– Space & Defence
– Industrial Products
– Commercial Products
– Electronic Components

 

Courses & Work Area

• Jobs
– R&D, Production, Servicing, Sales & Marketing, Teaching

• +2 or Diploma
– B.E/B.Tech à M.Tech through GATE
• Electronics & Computer Science, Electronics & Communications, Electronics & Control, Electronics & Instrumentation
• Electronics & Telematics
• Electronics & Electrical Communication
• Electronics & Telecommunication
• Electronics & Power
• Electronics & Information

E. MINING ENGINEERS

Introduction

• Involved in finding the source of valuable mineral deposits located beneath the earth’s surface or water and are involved in removing them in the most economical way separating as much as possible of the work less materials from the valuable.
• Whole process involved planning, designing, safety operation, excavation of minerals and their transportation, maintenance of mines, air circulation and removal of toxic gases from the mines.

 

Working Conditions

• They need to work in small and remote areas. They have to work in difficult conditions when in underground mines and also face danger of the hazards mining poses. Working in artificial light, poor ventilation, in humid atmosphere can be tough.

 

Personality

• Patience, responsible approach to work, endurance are critical asserts of mining engineers.

F. PETROLEUM ENGINEERS

 

Introduction

• Petroleum engineers apply the principles of geology, physics and engineering sciences for the recovery development and processing of petroleum. Exploration work involves locating oil and gas sources.

 

Working Conditions

• Work includes design work, cost estimates, scheduling and supervision.

 

Personality

• They work in oil exploration on the high seas, forests, deserts, plains and mountains. They must have curiosity to understand the complex ways of handling a task, an eye for detail, an ability to take responsibility and work with a team.

G. PETROLEUM INDUSTRY

 

Courses & Work Area

• Oil Exploration & Production
• Refinery & Marketing
• Petro-Chemical & downstream units
• Production, Refining, Transportation, Marketing
• PG Dip/B.Tech
– Petroleum
– Industrial Chemistry, Oil Fats & Waxes, Paints & Varnishes

H. ENGINEERS (Mining, Petroleum, Geosciences)

Courses & Work Area

• Mining & Petroleum Engineers
– Recovery & Processing of Petroleum
– Finding Resource of valuable mineral deposits
– Petroleum: Planning & Exploration, Design, Excavation, Refining, R&D, Environment Protection, Sales
• Geoscience Engineers
– Formation of oil contents in rocks
– Petrophysical specialist, Field petroleum engineer, Drilling engineer, production engineer, Reservoir engineer
• ONGC, Coal India Limited: B.E/B.Tech (Mining, Metallurgy)
• Indian School of Mines
– Drilling, Fuel, Mineral, Mine Planning, …
– Petroleum, Computer Applications
– Applied Geology/Geophysics

I. PLASTIC, POLYMER & RUBBER TECH

Introduction

• Plastic industry is the bedrock for modern industrial civilisation. Plastic production process requires plastic/polymer engineers who oversee the production process and develop new products. They develop plastic/polymers to replace the use of glass, wood, metals, to create economical options or to cut on risks eg. Creating fire resistant plastics.
• Rubber technology is about designing new product applications with synthetic rubber e.g new fibre combinations, new adhesives, formulation of rubber and plastic compounds for fabrication of products capable of flexibility, wear, traction.

 

Working Conditions

• Plastic engineers have varying work locations, along with interactions with customers.

 

Personality

• Good mechanical aptitude and scientific acumen are required. Imagination, creativity are required for developing new products and in devising new uses of the basic product.
• Based on the type of ships, we need to adapt to our work. Old ships are not of excellent shape.

 

Courses & Work Area

• B.E/B.Tech
• PG Dip in Plastic Engineering / Processing & Testing / Mould Design

 

Institutes

• Central Institute of Plastics Engineering & Technology, Chennai

J. CERAMIC TECHNOLOGY

Introduction

• Ceramic engineers and scientists have acquired a better understanding of the uses of clay and other earthen substances. Many industries like brick, cement, tile, pipe depend on ceramic materials.
• Ceramic engineers work with highly advanced materials which have been produced by complex chemical processes while ceramic artists and craftspeople use clay and sand for basic ceramic materials.

 

Working Conditions

• They are involved in research, design, production and testing. Technologists may work in plants and factories, researchers work in laboratories, research institutes, and universities.

 

Personality

• Logical thinking, analytical outlook, a good understanding of chemistry are only the beginning of a career in ceramics.
Courses & Work Area
• Better understanding of use of clay and other earthen substances
• Research, Design, Production, Sales

K. TEXTILE TECHNOLOGY

 

Introduction

• Textile industry has three major categories of workers those who work in R& D, manufacturing, and in merchandising. Textile technology involves processing, texturisation and mechanisation.

 

Working Conditions & Personality

• The work of engineers and technologists involves handling a succession of highly technical problems in a wide variety of situations. The job requires problem solving, analytical thinking and team work.

 

Courses & Work Area

• R&D (Test for durability), Fabric Strength
• Production & Quality Control
• Customer Sales & Service
• Stages
– Yarn Preparation
– Yarn Production
– Weaving or Knitting
– Dyeing & Finishing
– Processing the fibre, Texturisation (techniques for dyeing, bleaching), Mechanisation (Develop machines)
• The Synthetic & Art Silk Mills Research Association (SASMIRA)

L. PACKAGING TECHNOLOGY

Introduction

• Packaging directors or coordinators are increasingly needed in industry.

 

Personality

• It is highly desirable that the executive in charge of packaging must either know or have access to technical knowledge on the materials and methods for constructing packages.

 

Courses & Work Area

• Combines Many Skills
• Marketing, Machines, Materials Considered for packaging
• Textiles/Glass/Wooden/Plastic/…

 

Institutes

• Indian Institute of Packaging Technology

M. LEATHER TECHNOLOGY

 

Introduction

• Leather industry has 2 main areas – the processing of raw leather to finished leather ready for the manufacturing industries and design, production and marketing of finished leather goods. Leather technologists are trained in the treatment of animal skin and are involved in directing and supervising the processing of raw hide.

 

Working Conditions

• Leather technologists work in tanneries. The work is practical and can be messy particularly at the stage of processing of the hides and skin. If tanneries are not modernised, it might have noxious smell.

 

Personality

• The work of technologists requires adaptability, problem solving skills, scientific acumen (mainly chemistry) and practical ability in manufacturing industries. Aptitude for managing people is needed. Good communication skills are required for written reports and verbal communication.

 

Courses & Work Area

• Leather Tanning
– Processing hides of goats, …
• Production
• Research & Quality Control
• Marketing & Sales
• Leather Product Manufacturing

 

Institutes

• Footwear Tech
– NIFT, New Delhi
– CLRI, Chennai
– Footwear Design & Development Institute, Noida
– Central Footwear Training Institute, Agra

N. RAILWAY ENGINEERS

Introduction

• The Indian Railways has a team of Engineering professionals from the core branches of Engineering to manage the planning and expansion work, the production units, maintenance, and engineering services related to the functioning of the railways

 

Courses & Work Area

• Indian Railway Service of
– Mechanical Engineers (IRSME)
– Signal Engineers (IRSSE)
– Electrical Engineers (IRSEE)
– Engineers (IRSE)
• Indian Railway Stores Service
• Engineering Services Exam by UPSC

 

Institutes

• Institute of Permanent Way Engineers
• Institute of Rail Transport

O. ENGINEERING TECHNICIANS

 

Introduction

• Engineering technicians assist engineers and scientists in assembly, repair and experiment oriented tasks. These are highly technical skilled operations involving a basic understanding a theoretical concepts and focus on functional precision and accuracy which the task requires. Engineering technicians study for a diploma.

 

Working Conditions

• Technicians work on shop floor, in research labs and in clients premises. The task is often strenuous as it requires skill, precision and patience. In chemical factories, the job can be hazardous with toxic fumes while in air-conditioning the task could involve significant amount of outdoor work often in the hot summer.

 

Personality

• Technicians need mathematical and mechanical aptitude. They should be able to interpret abstract concepts, apply scientific principles from the design stage to the manufacturing processes.

 

Courses & Work Area

• Aeronautical Engineering Technician
• Air-Condition & Refrigerator Technician
• Automobile Servicing Technician
• Appliances Servicing Technician
• Chemical Engineering Technician
• Civil Engineering Technician
• Computer/Telecommunication Engineering Technician
• Electronic Engineering Technician
• Mechanical Engineering Technician
• Marine Services Technician
• Plastic Technician

Summary of ENGINEERING Branches:

Courses & Work Area

• Civil à Architecture,
– Craftsman, Draughtsman, Public health engineers, Highway engineers.
• Mechanical à Mining, Automobile, Industrial and production.
• Electrical
• Electronics à Telecommunication.
• Chemical à Petrochemical.
• Marine à Certificate from Mercantile Marine Department
• Agriculture/Soil/Water
• Refrigerator/AC/Tractor/Lathe/Welder
• Timber Engineering
• Metallurgy
• Textile
• Rubber/Glass Technology

• Maritime
– International Maritime Institute
– B.Sc (Nautical Science)
– Lal Bahadar Shastri  Nautical & Engg College, Mumbai.
• Granite (Cutting / Polishing)
– B.E (Mining)
• Printing
– Dip in Printing Technology
– B.E in Printing Technology
– Certificates as Cameraman/Printing/Composing
• Pulp & Paper Engineering/Fibre/Wood Technology
• Sugar/Oil/Food Technology
• Industrial Tribology
• Nuclear Engineering
 
2. CAREERS IN SCIENCES

• CHEMISTRY
• PHYSICS
• GEOLOGY
• GEOGRAPHY & GIS
• MATHEMATICS & STATISTICS
• METEOROLOGY
• OCEANOGRAPHY
• BIOLOGICAL SCIENTISTS & BIOTECHNOLOGY
• GENETIC SCIENTISTS
• BIOCHEMISTRY
• MICROBIOLOGY & BIOINFORMATICS
• ANTHROPOLOGY
• HOME SCIENCE & HOME ECONOMICS
• NUTRITIONISTS & DIETICIANS
• FOOD TECHNOLOGY
• FORENSIC SCIENCE
• HORTICULURE
• ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE
• DAIRY & POULTRY FARMING
• FISHERY
• FORESTRY & WILD LIFE
• FOOD PROCESSING
• FOOD TECHNOLOGY
• FORESTRY

A. CHEMISTRY & ALLIED FIELDS

Introduction

• Chemistry is a study of substances, their properties, structures and transformations. Chemists study what substances are made of and how they can be combined to make new materials.

 

Working Conditions

• The job of chemical scientists depends on the area of specialisation. The study involves chemical analysis, synthesis, research and sampling of solids, liquids or gases for determining their composition, properties, physical and chemical changes.

 

Personality

• Chemistry as a subject for higher study requires a strong scientific base. Scientists involve themselves a lot of experimental work in laboratories as well as researching through theoretical data.

• The jobs chemical scientists are involved in are related to industries manufacturing diverse products, hence the work environment is highly variable. Nevertheless, in the production of chemicals and allied products there is a significant amount of risk in handling poisonous chemicals.

 

Courses & Work Area

• Chemical in Drug industry, food industry, plastics, …
• Organic/Inorganic/Physical/Analytical/Industrial Chemists
• Chemical Engineers (Process)
• Chemical Engineering Technician (Production)
• Chemical Technician (R&D)
• Non-Production Jobs

B. PHYSICS & ALLIED FIELDS

Introduction

• Physics is a fundamental science and for this reason most other scientists need to study the subject. Chemists, engineers, biologists, as well as doctors need a basic understanding of physics, Astrophysics, Geophysics, Medical physics, Nuclear physics, Meteorology, Astronomy and Biophysics are specialized fields.

 

Working Conditions

• The job of physicists involves working with mathematical and statistical scientists and is very closely integrated with the work of engineers. It is often difficult to distinguish between the role of engineers and physicists in highly technical fields.
• Physicists work in the laboratory and where equipments designed by them is installed. Industry based jobs require frequent visits to the technical section besides the laboratory.

 

Personality

• Physicists are quite like all other scientists. Their job requires working with details. Interest in scientific phenomena, patience, perseverance, precision, an inclination to search for real solutions is the strength of all physicists.

Courses & Work Area

• Geophysicists
• Biophysicists
• Medical Physicists
• Experimental Physicists
• Astrophysicists
• Astronomy

C. MICROBIOLOGY & BIOINFORMATICS

 

Introduction

 

• Microbiology is the study of microscopic organisms. Microbiologists study the relationships between microbes and man, animals and plants.

 

Working Conditions

• Microbiologists work in laboratories located in research organisations, hospitals, food and beverage industries, pharmaceuticals firms.

 

Personality

• An analytical and scientific temper, intense interest in research, keen observation, perseverance, and hardwork are required.
Bioinformatics
• Bioinformatics encompasses research, development and application of computational tools and aims at expanding the use of biological medical, behavioural, or health data

D. ANTHROPOLOGY

Introduction

• Anthropologists trace the origin and evolutionary development of man by studying the changed physical characteristics and cultural, social institutions.
Working Conditions  
• Anthropologists work in educational libraries as well as in the field. Fieldwork entails working in difficult and remote areas. Physical stamina and ability to adapt to difficult situations is required.

Personality

• Interest in history, various cultures and customs of tribals and communities are required for this field.

Courses & Work Area

• Biochemists, Microbiologists, Anthropologists (Trace the origin & evolution), Bio-informatics.
• Study of Humanity
• Physical, Socio-cultural, Archaeology

E. HOME SCIENCE & HOME ECONOMICS

Introduction

• Home Science has been defined as a field of study built upon many disciplines for the purpose of achieving and maintaining the welfare and well being of home and family life in an ever changing society.

Working Conditions

• Home environment is diverse: Schools, aircraft cabins, textile printing and designing departments, hotels, hospitals, research organisations, marketing divisions, etc.

Personality

• Home Science offers varied areas for specialisation hence the work environment too is diverse. The subject is largely scientific in nature and hence requires and analytical mind the scientific acumen.

Courses & Work Area

• Dietetics & Nutrition
• Child Development
• Textile Designing
• Jobs: Toys design, Dress making, Food analysts.
• Dip in Dyeing & Prating, Dip in Food and Nutrition, Dip in Early Childhood Care & Education
• B.Sc(Home Science)
– Textile Chemistry
– Textiles & Clothing
• PG Dip in Dietetics
• Dip in Dietetics & Public Health Nutrition
• M.Sc (Applied Nutrition)

F. NUTRITIONISTS & DIETICIANS

Introduction

• Nutritionists and dieticians deal with the practical means by which we can use information on diet and energy needs to improve our general health and well being. Nutritionists could be dietician, food technologists or home economists. Dieticians especially work to assist people in all their special circumstances in life – the young, the elderly, the sick, nursing mothers, active sports person, the heath conscious and the like.

Working Conditions

• Generally they work for regular hours and in hospitals may be required to work on weekends.

Personality

• An aptitude in science, an interest in diets and the temperament to work in a group, undertake responsibility and qualities vital for this profession.

Work Area

• Food industry/Clinical dietician

G. FOOD TECHNOLOGY

Food technologists

• Food technology is the study of science related to processing of food stuffs.
Working Conditions
• Food technologists work in offices, laboratories and classrooms.

Personality

• Flood technologists should have an analytical mind, must enjoy technical work and should be good in communicating.
Institute
• Central Food Technological Research Institute (CFTRI), Mysore

H. FOOD PROCESSING

Courses & Work Area

• Fruit Technology
• B.A/B.Tech/B.Sc (Home Science/Food Science/Food Technology)
• Central Food Technology Research Institute, Mysore
• B.Sc (Zoology) à M.Sc (Fisheries)
• Central Institute of Fisheries Education, Mumbai
• Sugar Technology
• Nutritionists & Dieticians
• Food industry/Clinical dietician
• Food Technology
• Processing & Preservation of food stuff

I. FORENSIC SCIENCE

Introduction

• Forensic scientists scientifically analyse, identify, and classify physical evidence relating to criminal or suspected cases of crime. They work in labs.

Personality

• An aptitude for scientific and systematic investigation is required for forensic experts. An enquiring mind, logic, curiosity, systematic work habits are essential for working in this field.

Courses & Work Area

• Analyse Criminal Cases
• Forensic Odontology à Based on Dental Research
• Forensic Pathology à Cause of death
• Forensic Toxicology
• Forensic Psychiatry
• Forensic Fingerprint Experts
– Master/Diploma in Forensic Science
• Criminology:
– M.A, Dip at Dharwad University, Karnataka
– B.Sc. (Criminology), B.Sc. (Forensic Science) – Also Diploma.


 

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