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The two years of 11th and 12th standard classes are critical for every student who wishes to create a successful career ahead in the life ahead. The students should focus not only to understand the complete syllabus of 11th & 12th standards thoroughly to get good score in 12th standard examination, but also the tips and techniques of preparing various entrance examinations in the post-12th standard.

The reasons for a decent score in the 12th exam are –
1) As huge numbers of students compete to get into various companies in the post professional/academic degrees, companies use the cut-off marks of 10th & 12th standard to shortlist candidates for preliminary rounds of elimination.
2) Better understanding of chapters in the 11th & 12th standard holds the key to further degree courses for making a career ahead [it may be even in the entrepreneurial domain].

Study of Bachelor of Engineering (B.E.) & Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery (M.B.B.S.) are the most sought career of students in the post-12th standard in Manipur (as well as in most parts of India). The students have to compete among the best to get through various state level & national entrance tests to secure admission to reputed colleges.

Preparation for such professional entrance tests not only requires sufficient study notes [including text books & mock question banks], but also examination techniques and preparation tips. Students from cities who come of well-to-do families and students of private English school are trained in a better position for such tests. But, most of the students who can’t provide the necessary study notes or guides fail to clear such tests. In addition, the financial constraints compel most students from rural/less privileged areas to forgo the dreams of being an Engineer or Doctor in lifetime.

Question – Is there any other suggested course in the post 12th standard which will enable a student to be able to earn hefty as well as decent job designations in future, similar to that of B.E. & MBBS degrees?

There do exist a number of academic courses in the post 12th standard which will enable students a bright future. But, one of the most attractive & rewarding course among them is Master of Business Administration (MBA).

Actually MBA is to be studied after 10+2+3 standard, i.e. after college degrees. In European countries & America, students have the advantage of starting well-paid careers in reputed companies under various business domains after undergoing under-graduate management courses [i.e. some bachelor courses in management stream] due to the presence of strong entrepreneurial form of economy and huge number of business companies.

In the recent years, India is also witnessing a boom in some of the industrial sectors like IT, Biotech, etc. Various universities have thus started introducing various management courses in under-graduate courses and post-graduate level to supply the shortage of human resources for the growing economy. In spite of the presence of various management courses, the brand MBA still holds the due respect & trust by companies worldwide. So, students should give preference to the branded degree “MBA”. The course structure of MBA has also been modeled just for corporate jobs while those of other management courses are modeled more of academic values.

Bachelor degrees of management are not considered as a real degree by corporate world and hence, students should complete MBA again further. The exception to the branded MBA degree is the post-graduate programs in management awarded by Indian Institute of Managements (IIMs) & few top business schools in India. Students who have not been able to study B.E or MBBS should never waste precious years trying again & again for the entrance tests in the following years, instead they should proceed ahead with a bachelor degree for 3-years. The choice of bachelor degree can be either one which the student feels comfortable with.

It’s still suggested to study courses having – Mathematics, Economics, Commerce, Accounting, etc, but not mandatory, because, students should just only concentrate on clearing the 3yr degree courses with good scores. In those 3yrs time frame, the student should prepare self to be future MBA aspirant of high demand & value.

The activities the student should also be concentrating during the 3yr bachelor degree are –
1) Participation and conduction of various co-curricular & extra-curriculum activities like – Music competition, dance competition, quiz competition, Inter-college competitions, adventure tour, college festivals, etc
2) Improving basic computer skills by joining some courses or by self learning – Microsoft Word / PowerPoint / Excel, use of Internet surfing & habit of reading newspapers/e-books online, typing comfortably on keyboards, etc.
3) Improving English Speaking & Behavioral ethics of corporate world via interaction with various groups of people – working professionals, college staffs, friends, etc.
4) Making self aware of what is all about MBA, the various entrance tests, various colleges, careers in the post-MBA, exam preparation notes, etc.

Loosing 1 or more years preparing for entrance tests in the following years just for the sake of the ambition to study B.E. or MBBS in future is nothing but a sign of stupidity.
The reasoning –
Let’s consider the average age of the student after 10+2 standard = 17yrs

1) Career path of a student undergoing B.E:
Course length of B.E is 4 yrs and hence, age after B.E. course completion = 21yrs [i.e. 17+4]
Chance of getting the first decent job in life after completion of B.E = YES
[It depends on the placement facilities of the particular Engineering College or the off-campus job search by the students]
Average Range of starting monthly salary by 22yrs = INR 15,000 – INR 25,000
[The exact salary depends on the particular company, though some may give even INR 50,000 on the higher end]
Further increment in salaries = 10-30% on the earlier gross salary every following year
Likely age of an engineering student to have Financial stability in life and permissible level of career achievement = 25-27 yrs

In short, the career of an Engineer is for those who are fascinated by technology & reasonable return of money.

2) Career path of a student undergoing MBBS:
Course length of MBBS is 5 & ½ yrs and hence, age after course completion = 22½yrs [i.e. 17+ 51/2]
Chance of getting the first decent job in life after completion of MBBS = NEGLIGIBLE
Required number of years for further studies to be able to get a first decent job in life = 29 yrs
[i.e. study of M.D/M.S. etc will take another 3-5 yrs depending on further specialization taken by student]
Average Range of starting salary by 28yrs = Not comparable to the salaries of Engineers
[The exact salary depends on the skill set acquired by the student as well as the chance to study in one of the reputed Post-graduate colleges in India or aboard. Moreover, the competition for getting the limited seats of postgraduate studies in the post-MBBS is extremely tough.]
Further increment in salaries = !!! [Poor growth pattern in career]
Likely age of a doctor student having Financial stability in life and permissible level of career achievement = 33-36 yrs

In short, the career of Doctor is for those who are just passionate to be a “Doctor”, it’s not a career for earning money.

3) Career path of a student undergoing MBA: Course length of a Bachelor degree after 12th standard which is required before undergoing MBA = 3yrs
Course length of a MBA = 12 months to 24 months [depending on the institute; some institutes provide 1yr MBA, some institutes provide 16 or 18 months MBA i.e. 1½yr MBA, some institutes provide 2 yr MBA]
Age after the completion of MBA = 22 yrs [i.e. 17 + 3+2]
Chance of getting the first decent job in life after completion of MBA = YES
[It depends on the placement facilities of the particular MBA College or the off-campus job search by the students]
Average Range of starting monthly salary by 23yrs = INR 25,000 – INR 45,000
[The exact salary depends on the particular company, though some may even offer INR 70,000]
Further increment in salaries = 10-30% on the earlier gross salary per the following year
Likely age of a MBA student having Financial stability in life and permissible level of career achievement = 24-26 yrs

In short, the career of a MBA student is for those who wish to earn, and become a business leader or an entrepreneur in future.

In addition, various banks provides educational loans for studying MBAs if the student is able to get into some of reputed MBA colleges; because, the banks are sure that the student is 99% likely to get a high paid job afterwards and hence he/she will be able to repay the loan with interests.

Again, life is not just about career, but it’s also about PERSONAL LIFE / FAMILY LIFE. So, earlier the stability in career & financial status in life, better is the security of life and early retirement too. Moreover, the beauty of youth is in the age range of 18-30 and one has to ask self – Is it worth to spend all these beautiful years in just studies and no fun at all?

Thus, we can realize now that the career prospect of a MBA student can be exciting & challenging. It also suggests that there are still various lucrative careers other than B.E. or MBBS degree. Students should surf internet and also interact with elders to get such information. So, CREATE your own FUTURE.

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Most Students who recently passed 12th Standard will be interested to know what to do if unable to go for Engineering or Medical course as their future course of study. They would also wish to get an effective & detail career plan from someone, like the help that is given by astrologers for one’s life. Let’s try to be more practical and enthusiastic in approaching this concern. This article will not be giving in-detail explanations about a particular career stream after 12th Standard, but some idea to decide further studies.

We study 10th standard, then, 12th standard, then, in college, and then in university in certain fields of academic education. At last, we started feeling why do one needs to study all such courses and prepare for exams every time with much pressures. And after all such hardships, one just becomes a white elephant at the end of our academic education. If money is what we all need for living, then, we should have quit long back while undergoing education in schools or colleges and should have started a business right away. To be frank, what is required out of education, is to infuse this real fact that one should create an idea to find/create a job that will feed one’s livelihood in the long run.

When the stomach is not complaining about hungry; or when there is money enough to take care of health-care, home, or, basic needs of living; an individual starts thinking about other creative ideas or concerns. We can still say that we study Physics to know how does gravitational force of Earth is keeping all the living beings to feel as if we are on a flat surface, or we study chemistry to know what chemicals & elements exactly are comprised of in the things around us, or we study biology to know how the various internal organs of an organism function, or we study history to know how does the current human civilization has come about, and so on.

Thus, though we can justify why we study certain courses, the reality is that we just need a job at last, to help us to compete in the struggle of survival in the society. So, let’s not study some subjects or some courses just like that though they are indeed interesting or wonderful. Let’s understand from the very early stage that what we learn today should be what is going to create job for us to survive in future, or satisfaction for choosing that particular career in one’s lifetime.

To pass the entrance exams for professional courses like Engineering, Medical or others, are indeed easy though they demand one’s excellence in major subjects of 11th & 12th standard subjects. Students should know that the skills on such subjects are more important & critical to those who are going to study General studies (like B.Sc, B.Com, B.A, etc.).

The reason is – the study will go on broader scope which will in fact lead to understanding of the subject to create new ideas across a vast horizon. For developing such creativity on one’s mind, a student needs more effort & knowledge than those who are going ahead in the professional courses.

After completion of General Studies’ courses, one has to find a job by them alone or create the job by them alone. So, every student who is passing out 12th Standard should not take General Studies (like B.Sc, B.Com, B.A, etc.), as the last option if one can’t get through other professional courses like BE, MBBS, LLB, B.Pharm, etc. We do know that a student who passed out as B.E graduate will earn huge income if he/she starts career in Software industries. We do know that the profession of a Doctor is respectable everywhere, though after passing out MBBS the student has to still undergo a lot of hardship & study again for longer years (10-15 yrs) to develop excellence to treat patients.

Thus, every professional course after 12th Standard has its own course of way with regards to earning capacity, image of the job, work-culture, life-style, satisfaction, etc. Students should be aware of all such concerns attached to the choice of career. After the choice of a particular career, one has to do the job one supposed to do either this way or that way or any other way.

So, there is no point in discussing this profession is good or that profession is good. As par the current familiarity with regards to possible careers in one’s life, 12th passed out students aim in more number for Engineering, Medical, and Arm Forces (NDA) courses, etc. One point worth reminding is that – there are a number of jobs that we don’t really think about while we study 10th or 12th Standard or college classes like –

1) People who are working as clerk in most offices
2) People who are working as Directors in many offices like (post office, tourism dept, military, etc).

So, the idea to convey is that even though we have studied physics or chemistry or zoology or botany or English or physiology or history or geography in colleges or universities; an individual has to work as something else at last when the study in universities or colleges are completed.

The work of a police officer is something different from what one has learnt in schools or college or universities in various subjects. Thus, every student passing out 12th Standard & even rest of the students in various standards in schools or colleges or universities should be aware of the fact that we need to think of the need to develop one’s skill for the requirements of various jobs available along with academic career.

It’s time to stop thinking of the jobs provided by the Govt of India as the only option. There are both plus & minus points to think of private jobs or of govt jobs. Things & Time have changed many concepts. There are many industries & institutions coming up creating various challenging jobs for almost all the courses of academic education.

Today’s private industries do give same privilege like that of govt jobs, like pension, medical benefits, etc. Even all those who study Engineering or Medical or Legal or Architecture, and many others can’t be given job by the government of India. We have courses like M.C.A, B.Sc (Computer), and M.B.A, etc whose professionals have no direct suitable jobs and simply, no place in govt ministries. So, students should not look in the course one is studying from the perspective of government jobs. Lifestyle, self-satisfaction, financial growth, security, and many others are far better in private jobs other than that of government jobs. Government jobs will kill one’s patience and self-dignity, as Govt jobs are full of corruptions & malpractices. Government jobs will lower one’s skills & eagerness to enhance one’s knowledge.

A few of government jobs will be interesting, but the works are not free from interruption from third parties. Instead private jobs or jobs newly created by self will be full of passion and adventurous. In short, most of the academic courses will just not help someone to get a govt job; rather it is better to study courses that will allow us to earn for living.

Well, there is a personal suggestion for those who are unable to clear entrance exams for Engineering or Medical courses (i.e. professional courses which are high in demand after 12th standard). As industries of all spectrums are growing up, there is a huge requirement of managers capable of taking tough decisions that are critical for the successful working of the companies.

So, Master of Business Administration (MBA) is a good option to study, and also to make fast & hefty earning after study. We will discuss much on what and how about MBA in other articles. But, the point to make here is that one should study General Courses like B.Sc or B.A or B.Com with the clear perspective of what one is supposed to do after completion; since such courses find nearly impossible to get a decent job for living.

We have seen Engineers, doctors and even IAS/IPS officers going ahead for MBA after working for a long time or after completion of studies. As the basic criteria for studying MBA is just a graduate, one can still think of completing B.Sc or B.A. or B.Com or any comfortable degree course which will be also helpful in carrying on MBA studies in latter course.

Just spending 3 years for general studies like B.Sc, B.Com, etc and doing MBA is still worth, than doing MBA after Engineering (4 years) or Medical (5 & ½ years), etc. There is always plus & minus for choosing MBA course from various undergraduate courses. And there are also reasons for taking up MBA courses after working for long years in various fields or after studying specific specialised professional courses.

But, the idea wished to be conveyed here is that – there are still many courses far better than just BE or MBBS. So, 12th passed out students needn’t worry if they are not able to go for such professional courses. The ultimate requirement in one’s career is nothing but, ability to earn enough money and status to control the rest. For this simple concept, one needs not to be a doctor or an engineer.

If one has missed the admission to colleges of such professional courses, it is not suggested to waste valuable years just to wait for the next year’s entrance examinations. Instead of bringing goodness to one’s high expectations after trying & trying to clear such professional entrance exams, such behaviour will make an individual to start loosing one’s enthusiasm to carry on living, or to go to college to study.

At last, situations may arise in such a way that one starts to feel sensing inferiority to old fellow classmates, or one starts to indulge in drugs addictions & bad habits, or anything not expected in life.

So, dear students including those who have passed out 12th standard, it is intelligent to think about other career options rather than blaming self or hurting self physically or mentally – just because someone has been unable to clear the entrance exams for Engineering or Medical course.

In fact, if one has to do so, one should have thought from the very first day of 11th standard.

It’s too late to think about Engineering or Medical entrances after clearing 12th exam and it is better to think of other options like MBA, IAS, etc (which is in fact to be done after a graduate course, and hence choose a simple & easy to learn graduate course with the plan of future professional academic study).

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Exam results are declared for 12th Standard and again the same old story of puzzles with regards to future of these students crops up again. This article will only discuss about the steps & guidelines a young teenager has to take with regards to career & personal life after clearing the 12th Standard. This article will also only talk about the underlying reasons of suggesting the choice, but each career paths after 12th standard will be discussed in upcoming articles.

Most parents would either tease or praise based on the score card of their wards. People will always wish the rank holders and tease the rest with inferiority attitude. Neither the students themselves nor the parents are interested in knowing beforehand what exactly should have been afforded to pass through the exams with flying colors. Everyone is interested in the result, but, in fact, someone has to do the ground work for the result to be good. It is said true that surrounding environment makes the basis of the welfare of the young teenagers studying in schools. Good schools, good teachers, and, good educational coaching does help grooming young teenagers to excel in the academic exams.

Well, we would discuss things required before hand in another article. Now, we should think about how a young teenager ought to decide the future course of their career & life, so that there is effective utilization of self effort with respect to the actual capability of internal instinct.

Behold, Dear young teenagers, here are some facts to cheer up for you all. Not all toppers make up to the lists of dignitaries recognized in the society for their contributions to mankind. List of toppers in the exams are few and there are thousands who comprised the rest of the students. So no need to feel sorry about that if one has indeed tried using the strength one has. To be a topper in exams is indeed a good feeling; but the more important criteria to justify one’s worth is to verify self how much one has achieved success, while using how much percentage of self resource. Some students come out of well-groomed families and have had good education.

Now, the concept should be in such a new way like – whether We are unable to get quality education at schools or we are unable to get access to all those facilities for grooming students to be brilliant in academics, we will have to win the game with the effective utilization of resources around us and try to gather those we need somehow. Yes, past academic performance does come for preview in future career struggle; but the world is changing very fast. It’s now like – If you could win today irrespective of what you are yesterday; you are the undisputed winner till date. So, let’s try to analyze the future how one is suggested to lead by today’s teenagers.

The society, the industries, the government, the world, everything is going to be in the hand of Today’s Teenagers. So, every teenager in schools should be proud of that very true reality that they are the Masters of the Future; and it should be taken as a knock-out tournament, where everyone will be decided on how well they can play when the time comes in future.

The so-called education that we all are receiving via, schools, college & universities; are just for gaining knowledge to be able to realize our self-worth. For living, we need three basics – food, shelter, clothes. One has to earn somehow and realize the three basics of livelihood. The society comprises of many aspects of job prospects to realize the same. In fact, one does not need to formally undergo all such educational courses to become a billionaire or just be able to lead a comfortable life (not just the three basics of livelihood). But, undergoing a suitable educational course helps the individual to recognise the self worth to gain respect in the particular career and live with satisfaction.

As per the current education system, it is felt that after 12th standard, a teenager can be finally molded in a specific trait of livelihood. So, there come many diverged career aspects – Engineering, Medical, Legal, Nursing, Arm Forces, Arts, Literatures, etc.

The school authorities & parents should be sharing the future prospects while the young teenagers are undergoing classes in the schools. If anything has to be planned for future career path, each teenager should have gathered info – right from the first day of 11th standard, since the entrance exams of most of the professional courses cover questions from the syllabus of both 11th & 12th standards. Getting good scores & being among the top ranks in the exam results of 12th board exam is a good achievement; but getting success in such exams is not fully worth unless one is able to get a decent job to earn livelihood in future, or create ideas to earn livelihood, or inspire self to excel in some traits to gain recognition in their professional lives. Studying just for the sake of formality i.e. other friends are also studying in schools or colleges do not make sense; and every teenager has to have time to think about the future.

Human life, as we can understand, has the average lifespan of 70-75, at present, instead of theoretical 100 years or so. And the period between 15-25 years are crucial for one’s professional career & also for one’s youthful lives. Whatever one has learned and gathered enough is what one is going to utilize for the remaining 50 plus years of life. So, one has to balance both the aspects of life. The mind of teenagers are like warriors who fear nothing, and who is ready to go ahead any hurdles once decided on something, whether right or wrong from the perspective of future aspiration. Not just a teenager has to focus on the academic excellence but also the need to build up self personality to be able to stand up bold with head held high with dignity should be groomed.

Today’s toppers seem to be a bit shy from social & leadership traits, because of the current theoretical education system. They seem to be more of robots programmed to execute some activities whose button is handled by some other individuals. Technical skills & medals of getting among the toppers in academic exams hold no good unless, one develops one’s personality to be able to speak up in front of the huge gathering of dignitaries, to be able to analyze & think the general concept in addition to the academic meaning of the various theories in books, to be able to realize the social responsibilities, and so on.

Being a topper just on getting good score in exams is not a sign of excellence & brilliant, but rather it is just a sign of good executive who just follow the guidelines. Anyone can be toppers in such exams if one studies smart – knowing the already available textbooks & notes and following a punctual time-table with examination tactics. But, the real exam is the life as how one has to go ahead. So, teenagers should concentrate both on academic front and personal fronts, since, personal front can make or break the goal in the academic front. There needs a trade-off between the two aspects of life.

For a comfortable future, every teenager has to realize the basic need to groom self during the age span of 15-25 years. For a healthy future, one has to take care of good food & healthy habits. One needs to look for good friendly environment & inspiring culture to motivate for future career. If things are not okay today, every teenager has to create the same somehow with some plus & minus. Every teenager needs to think of the reality that their parents are soon going to old enough to take care of them as they are in the age of 45-60. So, they too needs affectionate care from their wards and today’s teenagers should keep these facts too while planning for the future professional career & personal lives.

As one grows up, life seems to be more complex than expected while being kids. Moreover, it looks like everything is just left to the teenagers to think and decide. Everyone needs guidance or info or at least good friend-circle to breathe comfortably to share thoughts. Every teenager should speak up instead of compressing the issues & thoughts like the pressure inside the pressure cooker. Instead of blaming others, even our parents for everything, every teenager should try to find a way out to deal with issues or thoughts relating to personal life, professional life, and so on.

So, if not one’s past is great, one can still making future bright if we don’t loose fate on self. It is just that each & every teenager needs to find out some space & individuals to chat to understand their own instincts to guide for their future.

Lastly, a quote that worth reminding is – “The future belongs to those who believes in the beauty of their dreams“.

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Hello dear school pass-out guys and gals… I hope, everyone will be dreaming about the chemistry and life styles of being in a college. On the other way, Many will be puzzling which career to proceed, which course to study, which college to get admitted, which place in India is better of study, which place is cost effective, and many more. This article is to make, many of you, feel that there are people like us ready to extend help in the form of guidance and knowledge share about the future career goals.

The Life, we are living, is the full time job; whereas, what we are studying and trying to achieve in life i.e. career is the means to live. So, feel free to think and dream big dreams; if any of you feel that with the enthusiasm, with the faith, with the background, you all have, you could be among those professionals and great people in various fields of career & life. It is the struggle of the survival in every field of life and career.

The real life and career making of an individual starts with the completion of plus two (+2) and getting into college. The discussion in this article will be focus on the few options available within the Indian higher education system – a little of different courses, future growth, and tips the youngsters should focus on, etc. Basically, we do hear about the professional courses like Engineering, Medical Sciences, Law, Pharmacy, Nursing, Arm Forces (NDA), etc.

On the other way, we do have general B.Sc., B.Com, B.A courses in various universities under the UGC. The best way to get to know and feel the educational features available in most universities and places in India is to get to know via surfing internet and query via many possible sources. Here, I would like to give the emphasis on self searching and self deciding which course and what to do… all of the duties. The youngsters should depend less on the parents, as its time… to wake up and see the world.

The education system is Manipur is more or less paralysed. Most parents will be now focusing on the other states for further study. There are many more complex issues than just choosing the college and places which are career specific. On the other side, there are many more issues ranging from exposure to new culture, exposure to new freedom, exposure to new life-styles, etc.

Parents and youngsters should give equal and important emphasis on both the needs. It should be discouraged to believe whatever someone says about a college or place without clear facts and figures. Most of time, because of some consultant people, or some guides; many good students get into trouble both in terms of career choice & college.

Many parents waste a lot of money and sometimes, even after spending huge amount, admissions to preferred courses & colleges are not made. As we have the old proverb, look before you leap. It is really difficult to explain via this simple article what is right and what is suggested. Care should be taken and try to get all the information’s in hand earlier before taking up any decisions.

Regarding professional courses like B.E and MBBS; many parents will be crazy enough to get wards admitted. Here also, the suggestion is that, there are many colleges who just get students admitted if given donations. Parents should be careful to note that; in case of any colleges where professional courses are opened, the reputation of the college, company interface, college infrastructure, etc. many are to be analysed; or the career will not be as bright as imagined earlier, in future.

Competition for job openings is tough as more and more people pass out every year from various colleges in all over India. For any professional courses, the college where the student passed out tells the destiny of the future career. So, parents and youngsters should not blindly study BE, MBBS, or any other professional courses just like that in a college.

Regarding general courses, like B.Sc. B.A. & B.Com. etc … the courses are still comparable to those of the professional courses. Only fact is that, the focus should be given what and which course to study after the graduation. For professional courses, graduation is sufficient to lead a career out of the learning. But, for general courses, which course, one is going to pick up after graduation, will show the final career path of the student.

There are course like MBA, and many other central service exams, and many more. So, students who are unable to study professional courses should never feel shy and loose heart. Only doctors and engineers are not human beings; there is many more way of life & career, to shine in life. In reality, professional courses’ students mean the skilful workers, while, general courses’ students mean the skilful managers/officers/intellectuals.

Thinking just makes everything different. Keep sending mails and queries to other people to get to know how far one can realise the dreams into reality in the career one wishes to shine someday. But, first of all, do the homework. Search information in the internet, inquire people, have self analysis, have most of the possible information and then, ask which one is okay and suitable; not the explanation just from the start of the story till the end.

Regarding the other part of issues to be taken care, every parent should understand the complexity that remains ahead when a young guy or gal comes out of home state to other states for study or any other activities. A lot of changes are encountered at every moment whenever the individual passes by.

We do see many brilliant students getting spoil after going out of Manipur, many getting addicted to bad habits and many more… There are a lot of psychological impacts on the mind of the youngsters, as they are thrown into the control of self. Only God & faith knows what lies on their way. It is really very difficult to explain and suggest what really should be taken care by the youngsters or by the parents.

I would be delighted to write articles latter describing each situation in details along with suggestions. So, the parents and the youngsters should give a deep thinking about all the issues right from actual choice of course and college till the social & psychological impact on the youngsters once they are out of Manipur. This article is just to highlight the need and critically of the complex scenarios which neither parents nor youngsters would have ever thought of in life.

I would like to suggest to young guys and gals passing out of schools; to give a thought more seriously; more than your own parents care & thought. Best wishes to all them who believes in hardworking & faith on self.

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