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    Career after plus two in arts

    I wanna know thst wt should i do after +2 .
    i hav done +2 with arts.
  • #57948
    Dear Gauravbanga
    since your are in expert in arts learn Photoshop which helps in make more designs in the field of arts.
    Regards

  • #57974
    Hi,

    You can do B.com(C.A.) which is gaining valuable these days, (or)

    do Bsc Computer science which has a constant scope always...

  • #58005
    Hai Friend
    Since you had completed arts in plus two, you can join any degree course.
    The best choice is choose B.A History.

    In the mean time you can prepare for IAS.

    Try to read all the newspapers and hear the TV news.

    Develop your interest in General knowledge.

    Otherwise, You can study B.Com or B.Com(CA) in regular and you can prepare for the CA exam which is conducted for Auditors.

    A Chartered accountant is specialised in accounting,auditing and taxation.

    The services of a CA is required in money matters even in a small business .

    So the demand for auditors is increasing nowadays.

    You can choose any option... All the very best for your carrier

    Yours

    Deepavelu

    Take care of your minutes then Hours will take care of themselves...

  • #58047
    This is totally depends on your interest. 10+2 Arts has good scope. You can do further studies in arts and you can go for bachelor in arts then master in arts. Also you can go for BCA or other computer courses.

    For BCA you should need to have minimum 45% marks and then you need to give an entrance test for an admission in BCA but if you got 60% marks then you should not need to give any entrance test as mostly all institute give admission in BCA to the candidate having at least 60% marks in 10+2 without any entrance test.

    If you think start job after 10+2 arts then you can not get better and only you can do job as a clerk. I suggest you to go for further studies.

    If you have interest in teaching then you can go for BA and then B.Ed. Scopes are unlimited and you should need to do work hard.


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