In India, LLB can be done after 12th through 5 year integrated course and after graduation through 3 year course.
Both courses have their own advantages and disadvantages. A 5 year course gives you opportunity for 10 internships, Multiple moot courts, study of 52 subjects of law and proves to be a rigorous course with good practical exposure.(Provided you do your internships honestly)
The 3 year law program is relatively easy, with exposure to 24 Law subjects. You get a lot of time in this to prepare parallel for Civil Services or Judicial services.
To gain in depth knowledge in exposure towards legality and legal studies, 5 year course proves to be better in the long run.
Every child is not meant for or has a naural inclination for the profession same as his/her parent/s. Get the child's API testing done at iQue Foundation. Mr. Mohit Mangal and his team will do Brain mapping of the child and assess the same to help him/her choose the right course/path forward.
In younger age, the child’s Aptitude changes very fast which in turn fluctuates his/her interest area. There is nothing wrong if the child comes up with new and different ideas about career every now and then. Rather in a way its good because he/she is exploring and is being thoughful about future. Get the child's API testing done at iQue Foundation. Mr. Mohit Mangal and his team will do Brain mapping of the child and assess the same to help him/her choose the right course/plan forward.
The course which he/she has the best interest in is the most suitable course. Pushing the child in a degree programme matching your family business may not be the right thing to do. Rather give him/her a course of his/her interest which will make the child smart. Subsequently, he/she will be in a position to take your business forward.
I very frequently quote in all my sessions, “Do not Follow Friends or Trends”. Get the child's API testing done at iQue Foundation. Mr. Mohit Mangal and his team will do Brain mapping of the child and assess the same to help him/her choose the right course/path forward.
No, for most of the general degrees open to any stream, no mathematics is required in grade 11/12 except a few colleges for management and Economics. Also he/she shall not be at loss in any general stream.
UGC has broadly classified education after 12th in 15 broad areas for Bachelor Degrees. For the ease of understanding by the parents and students, I have skipped a few and further sub categorized a few classifications and made a total of 20 Categories in which a child passing from grade 12 can take bachelor’s degree in. There are more than 15 classified areas in which a student can take Bachelor Degree walking out of any stream after grade 12, be it Science, Commerce or Arts & Humanities.
In Indian education system, there are only 4 streams available after 10th. The child can choose to take Science A-Group(Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics), Science B-Group (Physics, Chemistry, Biology), Commerce Group (Accounts, Statistics, Economics, Business studies) or Arts/Humanities Group (History, Geography, Psychology, Sociology & Political Science). If the Child wish to move to Skill Based Programs away from main stream academics, then the child can choose to go for Diploma based on 10th in the ares of Engineering & Technology, Medicine & Paramedical and General Diploma Programs like Travel and Tourism, Hair Care, Beautician, Nutrition and Dietetics Etc.
Identifying the Aptitude, Personality and Interest (API) of the child is the key. His/Her comfort in particular subjects at grade 9 and 10 level and further at grade 11 & 12 level shall help us understand his/her aptitude. Observing the child while being engaged in different activities will give us an insight about his/her personality. Activities which he/she likes doing will show us his/her interest area. By aligning these three aspects, we can help the child choose the right stream. For deeper understanding of your child, get the child's API testing done at iQue Foundation. Mr. Mohit Mangal and his team will do Brain mapping of the child and assess the same to help him/her choose the right course/plan forward.