Fantastic 5 Career Options other than Engineering and Medical

The month of May is the month of results and mostly this month many of the students get disappointed as their expected marks goes on higher side as compare to the real marks obtained. But my dear friend, nothings to worry at all, do what you are best in because you know we never asked Sachin that how much he scored in 10th or 12th standard or the same question never asked from Amitji, Lalu Prasad Yadav or from Saniya Mirza.

We do know that how sentimental your parents is for Engineering and Medical and if you are from Bihar then this sentiment goes 3-4 times higher. But to make your life smooth, here we post few fab career option which you should consider seriously and show your parents a fact that more than 50 % engineers are not getting pacement from college but if you will choose any of these course of your interest then surely the strike rate will be much higher of getting good satisfying jo in your life.

1. Study Professional Photography to capture the World


Pictures are a powerful medium. They can inform, amuse, shock or amaze and if presented in the right manner, they can be beautiful and creative. Are you creative and imaginative? Do you have an eye for aesthetic detail and composition. Do you enjoy presenting things visually and communicating ideas to others through photographs. Is photography more than a hobby to you and do you feel a ripple of excitement when you imagine displaying your art to others? If your answer to all these questions is yes, then this passion can offer you a lot as a profession.

Sometimes back, the idea of being a professional photographer might not have appealed to many but today lots of people want to be photographers. The rise of mass communication and the growing importance of the media and fashion is probably a factor which has lead to this change. Many imagine the lifestyle of a photographer to be exotic wherein they meet the rich and the famous and travel first class around the world at someone else’s expense. Well this can prove to be true for you if you are talented and hard working and you understand that there is no formal career structure in photography. There is a chance that you might be clicking pictures at the play school in your locality, but you could also be clicking photographs at the Cannes red carpet.

2. Become a sociologist and study the happenings of society. You will be called  Social Scientist.


Sociology seems to offer something for everyone, its career potential is almost limitless. As a result, sociology is a popular concentration for students planning future studies in business, education, law, social research, architecture, and medicine, as well as social work and public administration.

Research institutes, the criminal justice system, public health and welfare organizations, private business, government, and international agencies employ sociologists. Students with a bachelor’s degree often secure employment as research assistants, data analysts, case workers, paralegals, advertising managers and administrators.

Researchers in a variety of nonacademic settings – federal, state, or local public agencies,business or industrial firms as well as private institutes are increasingly in demand. Advanced degrees are generally required for consulting work, upper level administrative positions, advanced research jobs and college teaching.

3. The Study of Mass Communication and become the hottest personality in Media


The Indian media and entertainment (M&E) industry is one of the fastest growing industries in the country. Its various segments—film; television, advertising, print and digital among others—have witnessed tremendous growth in the last few years. According to a 2009 report published jointly by FICCI and KPMG, the media and entertainment industry in India is likely to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 12.5 per cent per annum and touch US$ 20.09 billion by 2013. In terms of purchasing power, India has now become the world’s fourth-largest economy. With an estimated 30 million Indians joining the ranks of the middle class every year, it is of little surprise that their appetite for entertainment, desire for greater choice and willingness to pay for sport, films and other content is rapidly refiguring the marketplace. India’s staggering demographic profile i.e. “in 2020 the average Indian will be 29 years old or younger” – has also caught the attention of the world’s largest media owners who are eyeing the sector with great interest.

4. Careers in Forensic science

The Job like Dextor
The Job like Dextor

They can find employment with law enforcement agencies, police, legal system and in the investigative services of the government and also private agencies. They can also work as teachers in institutes that conduct courses in this subject. Opportunities for forensic scientists exist in government organisations such as the Intelligence Bureau (IB), the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) and as investigative officers in the crime cells of state police forces. Forensic experts essentially work in forensic labs and sometimes even in large private detective agencies to establish the link between the criminal and the crime. There are variety of options for forensic professionals. They can specialise in subjects as varied as medicine, engineering, fingerprinting, insect study, languages, geology etc.

5. Study Climate Science


Climate Change is being recognized as a major threat to present day society because of its adverse impacts on ecosystem, agricultural productivity, water resources, socio-economy and sustainability in a global as well as regional basis, it was recognized that there are important science issues that need to be addressed, and also that the present efforts in India to deal with climate change issue are not only inadequate but also lack integration and networking. You can study to explore this field and become climate scientist.

The List is quit Bigger.! Explore Your Interest, All the very Best


A girl from the capital of Bihar, trying to understand the past underdevelopment of Bihar and exploring the ways to improve the status of the State