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Students who cleared board exam look at unconventional courses

DNMUM436198 | 5/11/2019 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :451 | Education & Careers

TO HONE SKILLS CLASS 12 CBSE, ISC PASSOUTS WISH TO CHOOSE DEGREE COURSES THAT PROMISE LUCRATIVE FUTURE

While the class 12 results for both CBSE and ISC are out, students now decide on how to hone their skills and make themselves eligible for a potential job market. Most students do not want to walk down the road less travelled by; they want to stand out in the crowd.
By declaring class 12 results in a short span of time, both the boards have not only made students feel relieved, but have also gifted them with ample time to make a career choice. While some students plan to take up usual courses like engineering, some others want to do a degree course in a subject that is out of the box.
Ruchit Patel, who has cleared his class 12 CBSE examination (science), from Ramsheth Thakur Public School, Kharghar, said, “My father is a business
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