Well, here are a few tips to put your tensions away. Follow the below steps which would help you know how, why and what course you should opt for :-
- Choose a course which supports your future.
- Do not opt for a new course just because it sounds innovative and different. Instead, check the curriculum and match your interest with it. Taking a look at the first year text books can give you some idea about the curriculum.
- Look at who is offering the course. If it is one of the small and lesser known colleges with a fancy name, then do not go for it.
- Do not opt for a narrow specialization, especially ones that are yet to catch up.
- If you want to pursue applied sciences at the postgraduate level, it is advisable to graduate in pure sciences first as there are a lot of options open after that.
- Do look at the costs. If the college is charging heavily for a simple course, get the details. Some colleges initially offer free laptops and foreign projects to attract students, and later add these charges to the fees.
- Check particulars of the college like, how long has it been in existence, what kind of alumni does it have, and what is the cut-off for various courses.
- Science students should specifically check about the infrastructure- quality of labs, faculty and libraries.
- Talk to some senior students of the college and get their views on faculty course and the kind of companies recruiting from the college.
- If you are doing a simple arts course such as history or sociology, it is advisable to do a vocational course such as cosmetology or nutrition alongside, as it adds to your qualification.
- Take a good validated aptitude test, which will tell your interest areas.
- If you are keen on going into research, integrated M.Sc and more as such then, Government institutions are a good choice.
So, how do you feel now-'Many thoughts running around your mind to be sought out'. Remember : "Best Course that supports your future can make your Life more better". Well, we hope that, these tips was helpful to you, get towards the right course.