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What To Do After 12th?, What To Do After 12th

What To Do After 12th?

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The most common way people leave in mid is when they think they don’t have any option. While you are waiting for your 12th board results having different thoughts such as who will outshine this time? With the anxiousness and anxiety crawling up your mind, you should think what is next? Which course should I be pursuing? Which career is right for me? What should I do to select right career? With this state of mind you will end up gathering information of different courses you are interested in. At the end of the day you will do what you are best at. When it’s time to take one of the most important decisions it is advisable to ask yourself some questions before choosing your next big decision.

• What am I really good at?
• Can I handle challenges?
• Which career will be best based on my personality?

What Now?

There are many courses available for commerce, science and management students. But if you are into some challenging course and you want to be proud because you are part of that course following are the courses are provided to be a part of government officers are: UPSC, GPSC, SSC, Bank, CLAT, State Public Service Commission (PSC), Insurance, and Air Force Common Admission Test (AFCAT). To know more details are as follows:
UPSC: It is responsible for appointments to and examinations for All India services and group A & group B of Central services. Following are different UPSC Exams:

 Civil Service Exams
 Indian Engineering Service Exams
 Indian Forest Service Exams
 Combined Defense Service Exams
 Indian Economic/Statistical Service Exams
 Combined Medical Service Exams
 The Geologists Exams
 Stenographers Exams
 Central Police Force Exams
 NDA Exams and
 SCRA Exams


The Gujarat Public Service Commission (GPSC) is a body created by the Constitution of India to select applicants for civil service jobs in the Indian state of Gujarat according to the merits of the applicants and the rules of reservation. Following are different GPSC Exams:

 The Deputy Superintendent of Police
 The District Registrar of Co-op. society
 The Mamlatdar
 The Section Officer-sachivalaya
 The Section Officer-vidhansabha
 The Section officer-G.P.S.C
 The Taluka, development officer
 The Labor officer
 The Assistant District register of co-op society
 The District Inspector of land record


Staff Selection Commission (SSC) is an organization under Government of India to recruit staff for various posts in the various Ministries and Departments of the Government of India and in Subordinate Offices. Following are different SSC Exams:
 SSC Combined Graduate Level Examination
 Junior Engineer
 Hindi Translator
 SSC GD Constable
 SSC Multitasking
 Scientific Assistant Post
 Selection Post
 Central Police Organization
Banking Sector: Following are different Banking Exams:

 IBPS PO Recruitment
 IBPS Specialist Officer Recruitment
 IBPS RRB Recruitment
 IBPS Clerk Recruitment
 SBI Specialist Officer Recruitment
 SBI Clerk Recruitment
 SBI PO Recruitment
 RBI Grade B Officer Recruitment
 RBI Assistant Recruitment
 NABARD Officer Recruitment
 IPPB Officer Recruitment
 IBPS Banker Faculty


Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) is a centralized test for admission to 19 National Law Universities in India. 43 other education institutes and two public sector institutes are also eligible to use these scores. The eligibility requirements are as follows:

Under-Graduate Courses: Senior Secondary School/Intermediate (10+2) or its equivalent certificate from a recognized Board with not less than 45% marks in aggregate (40% in case of SC and ST candidates). There is no upper age restriction for the test.

Post-Graduate Courses: LL. B/B. L. Degree or an equivalent degree from a recognized University with not less than 55% marks in aggregate (50% in case of SC and ST candidates). The candidates who have passed the qualifying degree examination through supplementary/ compartment and repeat attempts are also eligible for appearing in the test and taking Admission provided that such candidates will have to produce the proof of having passed the qualifying examination with fifty-five/fifty percent marks, as the case may be, on the date of their admission or within the time allowed by the respective universities.


Air Force Common Admission Test (AFCAT) is a national level competitive exam conducted by the Indian Air Force (IAF) to select officers for all its branches, except for the medical and dental branches.
Eligibility for Air Force Common Admission Test
The following criteria are applicable for both male and female candidates who are appearing for the AFCAT.
Age - Flying Branch: 20 to 24 years at the time of commencement. If the candidate has a valid and current Commercial Pilot License issued by the DGCA of India, the age limit is relaxed up to 26 years.
Technical Branch and Ground Duty Branch: 20-26 years at the time of commencement.
Nationality - Indian
Marital Status - Unmarried
Educational Qualification - Candidates who have completed a three-year or four-year course in any discipline from a recognized University with a minimum of 60% marks. The candidate should have studied Physics and Mathematics at 10+2 level.
Students who are in their final year are also eligible to apply, as long as they do not have any backlog at the time of the Testing and produce their Degree certificate issued by the University before the stipulated date in the advertisement.

Out of lacks of people nationally appearing for exams only around 10,000 students are selected for government officers’ post. The responsibility and pride which comes with the post is invaluable. Also you gain great deal of self confidence to grapple with different problems you are encountering, more people will know so you can take that as an advantage to inculcate importance of education to national citizens. Why don’t you, “Aim it, Chase it, and Achieve it.” Good Luck.