1. Higher Education:
    • Bachelor’s Degree: Students can pursue a bachelor’s degree in various fields such as engineering, medicine, law, business administration, arts, science, commerce, humanities, etc., depending on their interests and career goals.
    • Integrated Courses: Some universities offer integrated courses that combine bachelor’s and master’s degrees in specialized fields like integrated law programs, integrated MBA programs, etc.
    • Professional Courses: Students can opt for professional courses like Chartered Accountancy (CA), Company Secretary (CS), Cost and Management Accountancy (CMA), Actuarial Science, etc.
  2. Entrance Exams:
    • Engineering Entrance Exams: Students interested in engineering can appear for entrance exams like JEE Main, JEE Advanced, BITSAT, etc., for admission to engineering colleges.
    • Medical Entrance Exams: Those interested in pursuing medical or dental courses can appear for exams like NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test), AIIMS MBBS, JIPMER, etc.
    • Management Entrance Exams: Students interested in management studies can appear for exams like CAT, MAT, XAT, SNAP, etc., for admission to MBA programs.
    • Law Entrance Exams: Law aspirants can appear for exams like CLAT, AILET, LSAT, etc., for admission to undergraduate law programs.
    • Design Entrance Exams: For students interested in design careers, entrance exams like NID Entrance Exam, NIFT Entrance Exam, UCEED, etc., are available.
  3. Diploma and Certificate Courses:
    • Students can opt for diploma or certificate courses in specialized fields such as animation, hospitality management, event management, digital marketing, web development, fashion designing, etc.
  4. Skill Development Programs:
    • Various skill development programs and vocational courses are available to enhance students’ employability in sectors like retail, healthcare, tourism, beauty and wellness, automotive, etc.
  5. Armed Forces and Defence Services:
    • Students can choose to join the armed forces by appearing for exams like NDA (National Defence Academy), CDS (Combined Defence Services), AFCAT (Air Force Common Admission Test), etc.
  6. Entrepreneurship:
    • Aspiring entrepreneurs can start their own ventures or businesses. There are incubation centers, startup accelerators, and government initiatives to support young entrepreneurs in India.
  7. Study Abroad:
    • Students can explore opportunities for studying abroad by appearing for standardized tests like SAT, ACT, GRE, GMAT, etc., and applying to universities and colleges overseas.
  8. Government Jobs:
    • Students can prepare for government job exams conducted by organizations like SSC (Staff Selection Commission), UPSC (Union Public Service Commission), Banking sector (IBPS, SBI), Railway Recruitment Boards (RRBs), etc.

It’s important for students to research and explore various career options, seek guidance from counselors, mentors, and parents, and make informed decisions based on their interests, strengths, and career aspirations.