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What is the Best Option After 10th? - Top Courses Available After 10th Class - Check Here - Collegedisha

24 Aug, 2022

What is the Best Option After 10th? - Top Courses Available After 10th Class - Check Here - Collegedisha

Table of Content: 

  • Courses after 10th Class
  • List of Available diploma Courses after 10th
  • Open school study and graduation
  • Hobby as a career

10th class is both confusing and a bridge making a class to your career, marks also play an important role in this question. 90 or even 100 marks in a or two subjects at 10th class displays your caliber but not your mindset. Hard work cannot be denied but marks cannot be the judgment for career or stream choosing although they are the sole criteria for admission eligibility.

Hobby as a Career Courses after 10th Class:

With ample opportunities all around, education is not the only criteria to select your career. It is the counseling that makes the difference. Let us understand the scopes available after the 10th standard.

Traditional selection: It is all about selecting one stream from the three mentioned below with eligibility and scopes after selection.

Science: Treated as most esteemed branch after 10th class and gives students to have the analytical and technical approach on the subject and way of thinking.

Eligibility for this Branch:

  •  Good marks in Science and Maths, many schools have minimum 70% criteria but limited seats might also have 80% criteria in 10th class to apply for admission in science.


  • Vast field of medical science for those who opt for Biology and not Maths, they can opt for MBBS and other pharmacy courses and could be a good doctor, pharmacist or a hospital superintendent in charge.
  • Those who have not taken Biology have an option to go for engineering at various state national or another mode of entrance. They can apply their analytical and technical knowledge to bring out the areas of possibility in the trending technology.
  • Both medical and engineering aspirants have to go through NEET or IIT entrance at a national level, scorecard could be applied at lower levels and mode of procedures are different depending on university and college selected.

Commerce: It is a concept applied to daily activities and takes a bigger platform when applied to accounts or business studies. The corporate world can open their gates for you if you excel well in commerce.


  • 60-70% marks in 10th class, some schools take a minimum of 65 to 80% as commerce students.  


  • Value can be understood as the college cut-off for commerce in Delhi University goes up to 100.  Commerce graduate has ample opportunities like becoming CA, Corporate advisor, stock market analyst, Hotel management, pursuing higher education like MCA, MBA,, and becoming a business tycoon.

Arts: It is the most creative branch with people of mindset having no limits in terms of application or organization.


  • It has marks criteria to just pass in the 10th and second division up to 60% could get you admission but here also some subjects like philosophy or humanities may ask for dedication at 10+2 level for admission in college.


  • Ocean of opportunities remain for these students as simple graduation can make them strong in a single subject like History, Philosophy or Humanities.
  • IAS aspirants are commonly these as they understand the system with the psychological and emotional behavior of society.

Alternate Methods:

The three branches above are a one-way method to pursue your career in a streamlined path, but here we suggest some options that might lead you to success:

Diploma: Engineering admission and fees are not an easy affair for people of middle and lower-middle class. A diploma is another option available.


  • 10th pass an entrance exam to be cleared if want to pursue from a government college.


  • Technical know-how of things and job point of view is less complex as compared to engineers.l

List of Available Diploma Courses after 10th:

Diploma in Engineering

  • Diploma in Electrical Engineering
  • Diploma in Civil Engineering
  • Diploma in Plastic Engineering
  • Diploma in Chemical Engineering

Other Engineering Diploma After 10th

ITI Courses After 10th: 

  • Draughtsman (Civil) Engineering
  • Tool & Die Maker Engineering
  • Turner Engineering
  • Pump Operator
  • Fitter Engineering

Other ITI Engineering Courses After 10th

Computer Certification Courses After 10th:

Vocational Courses After 10th:

  • Hotel & Hospitality Operations Management
  • Hotel Reception & Bookkeeping
  • Restaurant & Counter Service
  • Electronics and Communication Engineering
  • Electronics and Communication Engineering - Industry Integrated
  • Electrical and Electronics Engineering
  • Textile Processing
  • Textile Technology (Spinning)
  • Textile Technology (Weaving)
  • Textile Technology (Knitting
  • Multipurpose Health Worker-Female
  • Ophthalmic Technician
  • Dairying
  • Sericulture
  • Fisheries

Other Vocational Courses after 10th

Pilot Courses After 10th: 

  • Civil aviation/ Commercial pilot
  • Indian Defence Forces

Other Information about Pilot Courses After 10th:

Open school study and graduation: One need not go to school or college every day and handle his side business and complete his studies along. Several courses for girls are beneficial for those who are not able to attend college regularly.

NIOS Board

Scope: Certificates and results could be applied and the job can be searched, many govt jobs requires graduation but regular is not a mandate, one can prepare for the job as well as study together.

Hobby as a career: One might be a good singer, dancer or player at the school level. He or she could opt to go in their hobbies and become professional players representing themselves at the state or national level.

Scope: Instant scopes or earnings might not be visible but good talent does not remain hidden and emerges out to be the demanding one. Games quota might get you a government job, moreover many leagues have paved the path for talent to excel and get selected at the national or state level.

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