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    Which stream should I select after completing 10th if not interested in Mathematics and Biology subjects?

    Hello Everybody
    Which stream should I select after completing 10th if not interested in Mathematics and Biology subjects?





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    Re: Which stream should I select after completing 10th if not interested in Mathematics and Biology subjects?

    You can select commerce stream after 10th. In commerce you can study various topics like Accountancy, Business studies, Economics, etc. You can look for job as an accountant or pursue a course in CA, ICWA, etc. after completing course in commerce. You can also opt for streams like Arts and Humanities. The topics covered under this are History, Geography, Sociology, Psychology, English, Hindi, etc. You can look for teaching jobs as TGT, or PGT after graduation in Arts stream. You can also apply for civil service exam after completing graduation in both arts and commerce. You should opt for a stream in which you have interest and where you can show your caliber.




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    Re: Which stream should I select after completing 10th if not interested in Mathematics and Biology subjects?

    Dear friend,

    If you don't like Mathematics and Biology then you must go for commerce or Arts. These branches will keep you away from the subjects you don't like. It will narrow down a few options but still you will have a lot of career opportunities such as:
    • BA
    • Politics
    • NDA
    • Fashion Designing
    • Interior Designing
    • Home Science
    • Teaching
    • Archeologist
    • etc

    So take up a career you like.

    Best of luck!!

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    Re: Which stream should I select after completing 10th if not interested in Mathematics and Biology subjects?

    which field should i choose if i scored 93% in 10 board exam and i am intrested in social studies

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