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Old June 9th, 2014, 01:26 PM
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Default Re: Best among C++, Economics, Physical Education to opt in 11th

I would suggest you to choose C++ in the 11th as it is programming languages and it has great demand for programmers for the current world.

But it also depends upon your interested in Economics, Physical Education you can choose one of these too.

If you are from science stream and looking forward for an engineering degree after 12th or a Technical job in future, then take C++.


If you are a commerce student then go for Economics.

If you are interested in sports and physical training, then choose physical education
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Old November 1st, 2015, 05:53 PM
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Hi, I am in total confusion as to which subjects should I choose among the optional subjects available from ++, Economics, Physical Education in 11th?
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Old November 1st, 2015, 05:53 PM
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The confusion to select the optional subject in 11th std is common among students as it is a very tricky area of selection.

But I would like to tell you that the selection solely depends on the individual.

Here I am giving you some guidelines which might help you in deciding:
Know your interests and aptitude.

Co-curricular activities and inputs from friends & family can be valuable in this regard.

You can also take the help of psychometric testing by certified guidance counselors.

Have a Career Plan revolving around a minimum of 3-4 careers in place.

Think it through yourself; what is good for your friend may not be good for you.

Explore career options and discover new opportunities that may excite you (this process should indeed continue within the broad field throughout the two years of plus two studies).

Be realistic and honest with yourself-no one knows you better than you do! If you know for instance, that you do not have a ‘Math-Brain’, do not fool yourself into taking Science.

Pay heed to the advice from parents and other adults who know you closely. Their experience can often provide you valuable insights both about yourself and the world of work.

It is important that you think through before taking this decision. Do not take it in haste or feel pressured in any way whatsoever.
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