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It’s that time of the year when students are busy exploring the various study streams and career opportunities associated with them. Every stream of education has a number of career opportunities for those who are willing to broaden their horizon and look at some of the unique available areas of work. Here are some career opportunities which students can explore: 1. Meteorologist – We are all aware that the weather and the climate have a great impact on all our lives. We get to hear about the weather information in the various new channels and also get to read about them in the newspaper. Have you ever wondered as to who collects all this info and makes it available for us? It’s a meteorologist. A meteorologist collects information about atmospheric conditions and analyzes the data available. Some of the areas … Continue reading
With the Board exams nearing, everyone has only 2 things to think about. Successfully completing the Board exams with good scores. Choosing a career stream. While completing the Board exams successfully is totally based on one’s study skills and determination, choosing a career stream requires a lot of thought and research. To make the decision driving towards choosing a career stream easy, here’s a little information. For anyone who is interested in the science stream, the subjects that will be available are – physics, mathematics, biology, computer science, chemistry, zoology, botany, statistics etc. You will have a combination of any of these subjects in your class 11 and 12, which will act as a base for your future choices. Once you choose any of the combinations available, the next phase would come up soon after you complete your class 12. … Continue reading
Biotechnology is an upcoming popular career option for many students. It is one of the rapidly growing areas of science that is catching up with youngsters of today. Biotechnology is the use of the 2 most important areas of science – biology and technology. Integrating these two areas is beneficial in many areas of medicine, agriculture and allied industries and chemical industries. Planning, production and management are some of the areas in which biotechnologists can be employed. Since biotechnology is a vast field, there are many opportunities that are available for students in this stream. Some of areas in which students can work are given below. Gene therapy – identifying the various genes in all living beings and helping solve the various problems which are associated with it. For example: Diabetes, sickle cell disease, down syndrome etc. Enzyme engineering and … Continue reading
Sometimes a child who is really quiet and withdrawn will light up and come out with excellent ideas in an art class or bloom like a flower in a dance class. It is not uncommon to find a reticent and withdrawn kid suddenly in his element on the sports ground. Each individual has a certain level of interest, aptitude and performance based on their niche skills and intelligence. It is a combination of these factors that affects a person’s performance. The theory of multiple intelligences by Howard Gardner proposes that there are 9 different kinds of intelligence: Linguistic: this refers to having a flair for using language and skills in speaking, writing and reading faster. This skill is highly important to journalists and lawyers. Spatial: This category of intelligence refers to a person’s ability to judge relations in space. It … Continue reading