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A New Future Beyond Engineering Or Medical, Ask Yourself These Top 6 Question Before Selecting A Course

‘Engineering or Medical, what’s your plan of the future?’ This is that one-million-dollar question that haunts the minds of nearly every students and parent in India. Well, we are sure that you must have gone through this phase or are about to go, as the quest between engineering or medical is like an epoch-old query that is asked by everyone, even the wrinkly forehead fourth cousin who you don’t even know exists.

Well the moment you start fretting upon this question, is the exact time you restrict yourself into these two options only and shuts out the surplus of opportunities that are waiting for you.

The DNA of this article is that we as a student often make the biggest mistake by restricting ourselves to few career choices, or by not asking uninhibited questions about our career, and that makes up for the most significant obstacles towards the right career path. Most often than not the ignorance about career options is the real perpetrator in student life. 

We should remember that we are living in the 21st, and in this modern times the world is science is enormous as our galaxy, and in no way it should be confined to two options because there are emerging opportunities in the field of science.

So, if you are a true science lover and want to grow yourself apart from the stock of the society, then don’t ask yourself the question of ‘Engineering or Medical’, instead ask yourself these 6 life-changing questions that you should really answer honestly.

Better Then Engineering Or Medical Here Are 6 Questions 

Q.1. The first question you should ask yourself is either you have a quantitive or mathematical aptitude? 

If you love to work with numbers or are great with calculation and probabilities and that is why you and your family think you should be an Engineer, then it is plain absurd. Choosing a career need a deeper analysis than just probability and statistics.

There are a lot of fields and job where you can use your expertise in maths like Big Data Analytics, Actuarial Science, Mathematical Research, Operations Research Analyst, Biostatistics and many more. Departments like Defense, Public and Aeronautical sectors also provide jobs for math enthusiastic students.

Q.2. Ask yourself whether you are attracted by technology or innovations? 

If inventing new technologies and innovations fascinates you and your passion are to creating something new be it new models or products then instead of just engineering or medical, go for fields like Agricultural Engineering, Waste Management, Genetics, Alternative Energy Consulting, Automobile engineering, fashion technology, environmental science and technology, power engineering and more.

Q.3. Are you interested in applied science?

If choosing one scientific subject is hard for you and you are equally passionate about each of them, then choosing Applied Science is best for you, instead of engineering or medical. Those who don’t know, applied science is a broad interdisciplinary field that includes a plethora of subjects like biology, physics, computer science, natural science and many other and using scientific knowledge to develop new and practical applications.

An Applied Science degree is considered equivalent to that of engineering degree in many countries and it is a 4 years course in abroad colleges. In India, a degree in Applied Science courses is perfect for students who have a research-oriented mindset and those who thrive to learn the fundamentals of application-based research in scientific fields.

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For students who take great interest and are in love with science can enjoy multiple fields like Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, Journalistic Writing, Medical Lab Technology, Ethical Hacking, Wild Life Management and many more.

Q.4. Are you inclined towards work involving intense research and findings? 

Many people love research work and if you are among those people and you believe that you can work committedly on projects and findings, then maybe instead of Engineering or Medical, allied sciences courses like Forensics, Clinical research, Market and Healthcare research would suit you better. Research careers involve Microbiology, Biophysics, Biochemistry, Zoology, Botany, Genetics and so much more.

Research careers in Physical Sciences may help you score a job as a Research Scientists in areas like Chemistry, Geology, Astronomy, Meteorology, Aerospace, geophysics and more.

Just in case if you are ready to explore a little more further, then you can go for research in humanities-based subjects. Few of the in-demand domain that can help you get a job include Archaeology, Anthropology, History of Urban Plannings. These subjects help you research in fields like languages, archaeological remains and culture and more.

Q.5. After completing your degree, are you looking for a career that is immensely satisfying and rewarding?

If you are like us and have decided to work your way deeply and dedicatedly towards saving and serving mankind, even then your focus can be far from engineering or medical. There is plenty of streams like Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy, Hematology, Speech Therapy, Counselling Psychology, Clinical Psychology, Environmental Engineering, and many others.

All these fields and more are rewarding and satisfying in both monetary and non-monetary ways.

Q.6. Are you in love with the creative aspects of science?

No doubt science is creativity and if that is what inspires you then considering fields like Architecture or Designing, Product and Industrial Designing, Automobile Designing, Game Development and Designing, Animations and Graphics or UI/UX Designing could be the right career choice for you. The usage of STEM subjects is not done by physicists or engineers only.

It can be used by industrial designers, game developers or even animators who can take proper advantage of the power and knowledge of science and do excellent work in their domains.

The point we are trying to make is the majority of times, young students tend to pursue engineering or medical only because they are convinced by the parents or mentors or society that real career exists only in these two educational degrees.

This is not new as the stereotype of engineering or medical being the best and other non-science or applied science domains are not stable professions can be seen in the majority of Indian households. Yet the truth is something far from this.

Yes, it is true that having a science degree gives you an edge to pursue many jobs, but a clear understanding of what you like and what you really wanna do is important. It like the saying, “Career by choice, not by chance”.

So, to have a career that satisfies you, first explore every option you have, beyond engineering or medical. Being an academically excellent students does not mean that you can not go for a scientist or a researcher, choosing these options to make you feel good and also helps you to bring your skills in the betterment of mankind. 

Always keep an open mind and put your aptitude and passion as the prime choice. Do not be afraid to create your horizon and give your dreams and passion a wing, never forget to explore your choices, you may be surprised but the world of career has a lot of things in store for you.

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