CAREERS OTHER THAN ENGINEERING AND MEDICINE
Board exams are around the corner. Many students may still be confused regarding which career they should step in after their school. When it comes to careers, Indians have been known to move towards the more lucrative and “safer” fields such as engineering and medicine. It is a common observation that parents also encourage their children to select science subjects to ensure steady careers.
Have a look at the following career options:
If you love dressing up beautifully, you have good knowledge of latest trend in the fashion industry, you can go for this course. Though this is a tough place to survive with cut-throat competition, the scale of its scope and opportunities never drop down. Most fashion designers have a bachelor’s degree in fashion design. In these programs, they learn about textiles and fabrics and how to use computer-aided design (CAD) technology. They also are able to work on projects that can be added to their portfolio, which showcases their designs. The fashion designers have varied options including designing, research, cloth production, textile designing, etc. They may join fashion houses/manufacturing/export units for a paid job or launch their own label in the market. The horizon of Fashion Design covers several other aspects of accessories, jewellery, footwear, etc. as well.