10th board exams are the first big hurdle in your life. With the 10th board exam completing recently many students are facing one big question ‘ What to do after the 10th exam?’ Which course to opt for?

These questions will haunt the students even before the result announcement. This is an important decision because it will lay a firm foundation for your future. Especially for your future studies and career life.

For the first time, you stand on the crossroads to take a major decision from many choices. Diploma, ITI or PUC?

Diploma and ITI are the shortcut professional course to start your career. Before taking your decision checkout ‘Best Government career opportunity for ITI students‘ and ‘Best Government Career opportunities after diploma‘.

If you are planning to join PUC, then choose a stream which suits your interest best. The stream you choose now will also affect your choice of graduation course. Explore all the government career opportunities of various graduation and later decide your academic course. Because in the end, your aim is to join the best job after graduation.

Many students choose their career destination first like the Indian Civil Service. So, they plan their studies accordingly. Several 10th students join Himalai civil service coaching classes right after their 10th exams. So, at Himalai IAS coaching we have special affordable, long IAS courses designed just for them.

Career options:

If you are choosing to end your studies and begin your career then government opportunity will be best for you. You will be surprised that there are many government career opportunity for 10th qualification. Both central government jobs and state government jobs are available for 10th students. Here are the ‘Top government career for 10th students’. Explore and choose your right 10th pass government jobs. Get Himalai IAS coaching expert training in clearing multiple exams with one preparation.

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