Sync your passion with your career: Here are 5 interesting options
It is good if you score well in your board exams, but what if you don’t? What will you do then? What options does it leave you with? Marion Zimmer Bradley once famously said, “The road that is built in hope is more pleasant to the traveller than the road built in despair, even though they both lead to the same destination.”
There are so many career options and courses available after 12th even if you are not good with your academics. Here are few courses and career options that you can pursue even if you have not scored well in your examinations.
1. Fashion Designing: If you love dressing up beautifully, you have good knowledge of latest trend in the fashion industry. You can go for a course of Fashion Designing. It just requires 45% average score to be eligible to apply for undergraduate courses in this field.
2. Mass communication & media: If you like writing, you are creative, expressive extroverts so join mass communication & media. The perfect proliferation of media into our lives now, through mediums such as television, newspaper, radio, advertising, PR etc, There are many Opportunities after Mass Communication like Advertising, Disc Jockeys, Film making, Journalism, Public Relations Radio/ video Jockey, Video Editing.
3. Air hostess/ steward: If you have a pleasant disposition and can get along easily with all kinds of people, you can consider a career in the cabin crew of commercial planes as an air hostess or steward course after completing 12th. You can always pursue your graduation through correspondence, to better your qualification.
4. Acting/ dance/ music: If you think you have talent in you, you can join a course in performing arts, like acting, music or dance. You would need talent and the will to perfect your skill in order to pursue these courses.
5. Animation/ web design: The animation is the process of designing, drawing, making layouts and preparation of photographic sequences which are integrated into the multimedia and gaming products. Animation involves the exploitation and management of still images to generate the illusion of movement. A person who creates animations is called animator. He/she use various computer technologies to capture the still images and then to animate these in the desired sequence.
There are many types of animation such as: Traditional animation (cell animation or hand-drawn animation), Stop-motion animation (Claymation, Cut-outs), Motion Graphics (Typography, Animated logo), Computer animation, 2D animation, 3D animation
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