Friday, 1 July 2022

Petrol, Diesel, or CNG: Which Fuel Variant You Should Go For?

 One of the fundamental confusions while buying a car is to choose between available fuel options on the market – petrol, diesel, or CNG.

While the selection of model, colour, and variant might not put you in a dilemma, the fuel choice might drag your mind into confusion. The decision has not only implications in terms of the retail price but also going to influence your daily running cost in terms of fueling/refueling of the car.

Indeed, it is a complicated decision and requires a comprehensive analysis of some hard facts in a very objective manner. With electric vehicles expected in a short while, the popular rides available in the Indian market are still petrol, diesel, and CNG. We explain in detail important dimensions you should consider before finally selecting the fuel that your car should run on.


1. Retail cost:

The prices of the same variant of the car can differ considerably depending upon the fuel it runs on. The petrol variant of a vehicle is the cheapest while the diesel model is the one which costs you the highest. CNG variant, on the other hand, stacks between petrol and diesel with its price tag nearing the petrol variant than the diesel one. Take, for instance, Maruti Suzuki WagonR which is one of the best selling hatchbacks in India. The base petrol variant WagonR LXI is priced at Rs 4.34 lakh while the corresponding CNG variant is priced at Rs 4.99 lakh, thereby translating into a price difference of Rs 65,000.

However, when it comes to the difference between petrol and diesel variant prices, the contrast is starker. The petrol VXI and diesel VDI variants of Maruti Suzuki Swift are priced at Rs 6.14 lakh and Rs 7.03 lakh respectively which translates into a price difference of Rs 90,000. The dissimilarity in the price is even more exaggerated once we start moving up the price ladder and consider luxurious offerings having high snob value. For example, the difference between petrol and diesel variant price of Toyota Innova Crysta is around Rs 1.5 lakh which is quite substantial. (All prices, ex-showroom, Delhi).

Now before you decide which fuel option to go for, you have to seriously consider the implications of the retail price of the car for your financials. This becomes even more important if you are planning to finance your purchase by availing loan facility from banks or Non Banking Financial Companies (NBFCs).

The petrol cars have the lowest price tag and keeping other things constant, you should go for a petrol variant if you lack the money or planning to finance the car. CNG option is not bad either and as we have seen above, the difference is not very large and won’t pressurize your financial condition much. The purchase of the diesel, however, is sure to put a strain on your pocket and in case you are planning to avail the loan facility, the diesel model should be the last fuel-choice in the list of your priorities. That said, these observations are only on the basis of the retail price of the car and in the next section, we explain how these dynamics can change when we introduce the daily traveling distance and fuel-efficiency concept into the picture.


2. Daily travel requirement:

Before we start doing number crunching, it’s important to consider the prices of the fuel in the country. For illustrative purposes, we are taking prices of fuel in Delhi and you can adjust the calculations according to the prevailing prices in your city. In Delhi, petrol costs Rs 72.42/liter, diesel Rs 65.82/liter, and CNG Rs 47.10/kg. In terms of fuel cost, petrol is the costliest while CNG is the cheapest one.

Now try to focus on your daily travel requirement. A simple thumb rule says that if you travel less than 70 km/day with monthly travel below 2500 km, you should go for a petrol vehicle. However, if your daily travel need is more than 70 km but less than 100 km, then CNG would be the right option for you. A person traveling more than 100 km per day with monthly travel exceeding 3000 km should consider buying the diesel car as the difference of Rs 7/liter in the price of petrol and diesel definitely help diesel car owners to save considerably on the fuel cost. Correlating this price difference (Rs 7/liter) with the retail price, you are able to recover the extra money spent on buying the diesel vehicle (around Rs 90,000) within a period of one or one-and-a-half years. However, make a note that the time taken to recover this extra money will be elongated if the car is purchased on the EMIs.

CNG variant also makes for a good option though the tight supply of CNG and its availability only on selected fuel stations is a major source of worry for buyers. In metropolitan cities, the availability of CNG might not be a big issue but it is definitely an impeding factor when it comes to the demand for CNG cars in the smaller cities and towns. Further, the CNG cylinder eats out most of the space in the boot which can further discourage many buyers from purchasing the car.


3. Fuel-efficiency factor:

CNG cars not only provides you the best fuel efficiency figures (delivering 31km/kg) but also has considerably less harmful impact on the environment – CNGs have at least 30% less emissions. Diesel stacks close second to CNG in fuel-economy (providing around 22-25 kmpl on an average) though it pollutes the environment in the worst possible manner (highest CO emissions among other gases). Petrol cars run comparatively cleaner than diesel though these are the least fuel-efficient in the trio (average pegging around 16-18 kmpl). Now considering the high fuel efficiency of diesel with its unconstrained supply, it’s no wonder that diesel is an ideal pick for people who use to drive long distances and munch miles on a regular basis.

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Thursday, 30 June 2022

Home Remedies For Tooth Pain

 A tooth ache is a pain you experience in and around the teeth and the jaws.


There can be several reasons for tooth pain, some of which are tooth decay, broken or fractured tooth or filling, infection, eruption or impaction of wisdom tooth etc...

A toothache can be a frustrating and obnoxious experience, so it’s important to figure out what is the root cause of this discomfort. If the pain lasts for one than one or two days, it is best to visit a dentist to determine and eradicate the problem.

In the meantime, you can use some of the home remedies which are listed below that might provide you a temporary relief until there is a dentist’s intervention.

Here are a few home remedies to try out:

Salt Water Rinse:


Salt water rinse is one of the best remedy you can do to reduce the pain. It helps to loosen the food particles and debris that might be stuck in between your teeth. It can also help to reduce inflammation and swelling of gums to a little extent.

You can do this by heating a cup of water and dissolving a spoon of salt into it. Swish this lukewarm liquid around in the mouth for about 30 seconds before spitting out, do not swallow. This process can be repeated as often as needed.

Hydrogen Peroxide Rinse:


As an alternative to salt water rinse you can also use hydrogen peroxide rinse. To make this solution, mix equal parts of 3% hydrogen peroxide and water. Use it as mouthwash for 30 seconds.

Hydrogen peroxide acts as an effective antibacterial mouthwash. But it is dangerous to swallow, so great care must be taken while rinsing. This remedy is not recommended for children.

Cold Compress or Ice Pack:


A cold compress can help ease your tooth ache and swelling especially if it due to any type trauma.

You can try holding the ice pack against the affected area at a time for few minutes. You can repeat this every few hours.

Cloves:


Cloves have anti-inflammatory and anti-septic properties, which can help reduce tooth and gum infection and pain.

Gently chew a whole dried clove and hold it in place against the affected area. Alternatively you can also add a drop of clove oil to a small glass of water and make it a mouthwash.

Over The Counter Painkillers:


Over the counter medications can provide temporary pain relief for toothache until you visit a dentist.

Garlic:


Garlic has been widely used for a long time now for its medicinal benefits and antibacterial properties. It can kill plaque causing bacteria and provide relief from pain.

Chew on a piece of raw garlic or apply crushed raw garlic in the affected area to relieve pain and swelling.

In addition to these you can also use:

  • Peppermint tea

  • Vanilla extract

  • Thyme

  • Ginger

Important Note:

All these home remedies provide temporary relief only and there is not much research done regarding these remedies. If the pain lasts for more than one or two days, we strongly recommend you to visit a dentist who will give you exact idea about what is the problem and its solution.

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Tuesday, 28 June 2022

List Of Essential Items For Trekking

 

Trekking Essentials - A complete list


This is a list of essential items for individuals doing the trek with Bikat Adventures.

This list contains only those items which the participants are required to bring with them. The list excludes those items which are provided by Bikat Adventures on the trek. They have divided the items into five categories. All the items in the list are essential except for those marked as optional.


TREKKING GEAR


1. Ruck sack bag with rain cover. Qty -1
2. Day Pack Bag - Recommended for treks with summit day
3. Head Torch with spare Batteries. Qty -1
4. U V protection sunglasses. Qty -1
5. Water Bottles: 2 bottles of 1 liter each


FOOTWEAR


1. Non-skid, deep treaded, high-ankle trekking shoes. Qty -1
2. Pair of light weight Slipper/Sandals. Qty -1


CLOTHING


1. Quick Dry Warm lower or Track Pants. Qty - 2
2. Full sleeves T-shirts/ Sweatshirts. 1 for every 2 days of trekking
3. Pair of thick woolen socks. 1 pair for every two days of trekking
4. Thermal Body warmer Upper & Lower. Qty-1
5. Undergarments. Qty - 1 for every day of trekking
6. Warm jacket closed at wrist & neck. Qty-1
7. Full sleeves sweater. Qty -1
8. Rain wear ( Jacket & Pants ) . Qty-1
9. Pair of waterproof, warm gloves. Qty-1
10. Woolen cap. Qty-1
11. Sun shielding Hat. Qty -1


TOILETRIES


1. Personal toiletries kit (Small Towel, Toilet paper, paper soap, Bar soap, toothbrush, toothpaste, cold cream, etc.)
2. Sun screen lotion small pack. Qty -1
3. Lip Balm small pack. Qty-1


UTENSILS


1. Small size, Light weight & Leak proof lunch box. Qty-1
2. Plate. Qty- 1
3. Spoon. Qty-1
4. Tea/Coffee (plastic) Mug. Qty-1


MISCELLANEOUS


1. Camera (Optional)
2. Carry your medicines in plenty in case you have any specific ailment. Consult your doctor before joining the trek.
3. Dry fruits, Nuts, Chocolate bars (Optional)

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Monday, 27 June 2022

Why Maintaining Mobility Is Key to Healthy Aging?

 You might not give a second thought to everyday actions like doing yoga in your living room, cleaning the kitchen, or taking a bath, but they all have one essential thing in common: mobility.


Optimal mobility, defined as relative ease and freedom of movement in all of its forms, is central to healthy aging. Since our priorities change and we don’t always maintain our physical activities as we age, we often lose the strength required to maintain healthy ranges of motion across our joints.

Healthy Joints = Increased Mobility


Good joint health is essential for mobility. As a person ages, changes occur in joint mobility that can influence overall health and function.

Appropriate physical activity at any age reduces joint pain and strengthens the muscles which surround the joints. According to the Arthritis Foundation, low-impact exercises that are easier on your joints include walking, cycling, aquatic sports like swimming, and sports like golf.

Decreased Mobility Can Lead to Injury


When we become less active, our muscles tighten, flexibility diminishes, and range of motion decreases. Injuries typically happen when a muscle or joint is stretched or strained beyond its capacity.

According to the American Council on Exercise, some joints (such as the lumbar spine/lower back) are meant to be stable, while other joints in the body (like the hips and shoulders) are meant to be more mobile. A lack of adequate mobility in those joints can create imbalances that will likely result in compensated movements and increased risk for injury.

So, what can you do to improve your mobility?

How Regular Exercise Improves Mobility


Exercising on a regular basis has immense benefits, including improving joint mobility your sense of well-being. Examples of mobility training exercises include foam rolling, mobility drills, and stretching.

Studies have shown that interventions aiming to increase muscle strength will improve mobility. Physical activity, particularly walking, plays a key role in the maintenance of mobility, especially among the older population.

Stretching has also been used in many physical activities to increase the range of motion around a joint. Controlled dynamic stretching will increase joint range-of-motion and enhance muscle power better than both static stretching (stretch and hold) and ballistic stretching (stretch and bounce), according to a study published in Sports Medicine.

The Importance of Being Flexible and Mobile


“Mobility” and “flexibility” are often used interchangeably but are not the same. With healthy mobility, you can move your arm forward, backward, side-to-side, and in circles. On the other hand, flexibility is the ability of a muscle to stretch – which is what allows you to move your arm.

Although they are related, the difference between mobility and flexibility matters because it affects athleticism and injury risk. As mobility includes moving through a full range of motion, you need flexibility in those muscles to be mobile.

Mobility helps correct our muscular imbalances, improves our posture, helps prevent injuries, allows us to move more efficiently, and gives us a better range of motion during our workouts and everyday movements.

Daily physical activity combined with a healthy balanced diet can support the health of your muscles, bones, and joints and keep you moving at any age.

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Thursday, 23 June 2022

Top 30 Beauty Tips For Women Over 30

So, you just hit the big three-oh! Cheers!

While turning 30 is a crucial milestone for you, it is also crucial for your skin. That is why we will be discussing essential beauty tips for women over 30. Aging can open the doors to new skin issues. The fine lines you noticed during your mid-20s may get a little deeper by this time. Your skin may lose moisture faster, become thin and rough. Moreover, your body metabolism may slow down, and as a result, your skin may not be able to heal itself faster. That is why turning 30 calls for more focus on self and skin care.

This article has a list of 30 essential lifestyle, diet, skin, and hair care tips to help you up your beauty game. These tips will help you take a holistic step towards embracing healthy and glowing skin. Read on.

30 Essential Beauty Tips For Women In Their 30s


Skin Care Tips For Women Over 30

1. Keep Yourself Hydrated?

Drinking plenty of water not only promotes overall health but also makes your skin healthy. Keeping yourself replenished is a way to avoid dry, dull, and flaky skin.

2. Follow A CTM Routine Religiously

CTM means Cleansing-Toning-Moisturizing. Before you retire for the day, ensure you cleanse your face thoroughly. Toning helps prep your skin for the next series of steps in the skincare routine. Moisturizing ensure your skin receives all the essential ingredients to repair itself and stay hydrated.

3. Exfoliate Periodically

Your skin sheds its entire outer layer every 2-4 weeks. Every day, it keeps shedding the dead cells that accumulate on the surface. If not cleaned out, the dead skin cells can make your skin appear dull, dark, patchy, and dry. Hence, exfoliating once a week is crucial. You may use scrubs and facial brushes for exfoliation. You may also use products containing AHAs (alpha hydroxy acids) for this purpose. However, make sure you do not scrub your skin more than twice a week. Over-exfoliation can damage new cells and cause skin irritation.

4. Use Sunscreen Regularly

No matter the weather, ensure you use sunscreen. It shields you from the harmful UV rays and protects your skin from photo-aging. Make sure you are using a sunscreen with at least SPF 30 and a PA+ rating. While SPF protects you from the UVB rays, the PA rating means protection from the UVA rays. Look for products with a PA +++ rating; the higher the rating, the more the protection.

5. Look For Key Ingredients In Your Skin Care Products

In your 30s, your skin demands special ingredients. It is time your skin starts to show subtle signs of aging. You would need targeted skin care products with specific ingredients that work to solve specific problems. When buying toners, creams, serums, and other skin care products, look for ingredients like AHAs (such as glycolic and lactic acids), antioxidants such as vitamin C, and resveratrol. Other important ingredients include niacinamide, retinol, and ceramides. These ingredients take care of your skin, promote exfoliation, improve cell turnover, and keep your skin looking youthful.

6. Take The Right Supplements

Post 30, your body enters the maintenance phase, and you need to support it with adequate, right nutrition. The same goes for your skin. You may take vitamin and collagen supplements to boost your skin health and improve its elasticity. Consult your health care provider/nutritionist to take the right supplements you need.

7. Go For Regular Facials And Use Face Masks

Facials boost radiance and keep your skin healthy. They help improve blood circulation to your skin. When combined with anti-aging products, they may also delay signs of aging. You may visit salons or try doing facials at home. You may also try face masks to provide the additional nourishment your skin needs. You may use DIY ingredients or buy sheet masks.

8. Use An Under Eye Cream

The 30s can also present other skin issues like puffy eyes, dark circles, and dryness around the eyes. To fight these, you need a specialized under-eye cream. Since the skin under your eyes is more delicate and thinner than the rest of your face, and under-eye cream can help.

9. Take Care Of Your Body

Your skincare routine should not be limited to your face. The skin on the rest of your body needs attention as well. As you use your face cream or serum, you may apply the same to your neck. Use hydrating hand cream. The skin on the back of the palms is thinner and can age faster. Exfoliate the skin on your body once a week with a body scrub or loofah. Use a moisturizing body lotion every day and try to apply it to damp skin (as this ensures maximum absorption).

Hair Care Tips For Women Over 30

10. Oil Your Hair

Regular oiling can protect your hair from damage. Oil can prevent the penetration of surfactants (contained in shampoos and other hair care products) that may damage hair. Coconut oil happens to be the best among all other oils that penetrate the hair shaft and reduce hair protein loss (1).

11. Use Shampoo Wisely

Shampoo usually contains surfactants (such as SLS). Excessive shampooing can weaken your hair. When applying shampoo, dilute it in half a mug of water and use it to wash your hair. Also, make sure you are not massaging the scalp with your nails. Avoid washing your hair every day. It may dry your hair out.

12. Condition Your Hair Properly

Shampooing alone is not enough. You also need to condition your hair to keep it soft. Avoid Most of us apply conditioners from the root to the tip. Avoid doing that as it may cause product build-up and ultimately suffocate your scalp. If you feel conditioning weighs your hair down, use a wide-toothed comb to distribute it across your hair length.

13. Trim Your Hair At Regular Intervals

Trimming your hair every 6 to 8 weeks prevents the rough-to-touch split ends.

14. Avoid Coloring Your Hair Too Often

Most hair colors contain harmful chemicals. If you cannot avoid hair coloring, use a color that has no ammonia. Ammonia is often used in hair color to help it color through the hair shaft. However, this can also damage the shaft. Follow a post-color hair care routine and use color-protecting shampoos and conditioners to avoid further damage to your color-treated hair.

15. Use A Blow Dryer Sparingly

Avoid blow-drying your hair too often. Instead, allow your hair to dry naturally first. When your hair is 60%-70% dry, you can use a blow dryer and dry your hair from the root to the tip. This prevents frizz.

16. Always Use Heat Protectants

If you use straighteners and curling tongs frequently, spritz a heat protecting spray before styling your hair. This protects your hair from excess heat damage.

Makeup Tips For Women Over 30

17. Use A Primer

Always start with a primer as it helps make your skin smooth and sets the perfect base for the rest of your makeup. If you are not comfortable applying the primer all over your face, you can use it on your T-zone alone.

18. Focus On Your Eyes

It is best to avoid shimmery eye makeup and stick to neutrals. You may consider applying kohl or use an eyeliner that blends with your eyeshadow. You may also work on enhancing the appearance of your lashes by using a volume-boosting mascara.

19. Take Care Of Your Brows

Make sure your brows are plucked and properly shaped. Avoid drawing on your brows. To fill in the gaps, you can use an eyeshadow that is lighter than your brows.

20. Avoid Feathering Lipstick

You don’t want your lipstick to bleed across your lips. However, this problem can worsen with age. Your lips start getting dry, making the lines around them prominent. You can avoid this by rubbing a bit of a concealer on your upper lips and then filling your lips. If you are using a lip liner, ensure it is not a darker shade than your lipstick or lip gloss.

21. Avoid Bold Lips

Though you may love bold lips, once you are in your 30s, it is time to switch to more neutral lip colors. You do have many options to try on like pinkish nudes, coral, light or muted berry, among several others. Pick one that complements your skin tone.

22. Say No To Powders

Powders are super easy to apply. But if you have fine lines, the powder can settle into them and make them more apparent. The 30s are the time to switch to cream formulas. This rule is applicable to blushes, highlighters, and bronzers. The only powder that you can use is a light finishing powder to keep the shine off your face.

23. Use Sheer Formulas

Be it your concealer or foundation, it is best to switch to a sheer formula to give a no-makeup-natural-look. A heavy-duty concealer or foundation can look heavy and crease in the lines on your face. You can use a sheer formula and apply it sparingly. You can build coverage on places where you think you need more coverage.

Diet And Lifestyle Tips For Women Over 30

Note: The right diet and lifestyle are equally important to maintain healthy skin.

24. Provide Proper Nutrition To Your Body

A balanced diet containing seafood, poultry, fresh vegetables, fruits, and whole grains ensures your body is getting the right nutrients. These foods contain carotenoids, flavonoids, tocopherols, and vitamins A, C, D, and E that keep your skin healthy and glowing. Vitamin C has anti-aging benefits while vitamin E protects the skin from UV damage. The carotenoids in mangoes, potatoes, pumpkin, and carrots also have photo-protecting effects. This helps maintains a youthful appearance (2).

25. Avoid Stress

When you are stressed and upset, you tend to have disturbed sleep and lifestyle. This, in turn, can affect your skin. Stress may increase inflammation, reduce blood flow to the skin, and also cause skin aging (3). Hence, to keep your skin healthy, find ways to reduce stress.

26. Avoid Smoking And Limit Alcohol Consumption

Smoking and consuming alcohol can accelerate skin aging. Smoking may give you puffy eyes and fine lines and reduce the fuller appearance of your lips. Excessive alcohol consumption can give you puffy eyes and aggravate facial aging (4).

27. Sleep Properly

If your body is sleep-deprived, it will feel stressed, and stress can further harm your skin. Moreover, when you sleep, your body works on healing itself. Unless you give your body the time to heal, your skin won’t look fresh and glowing.

28. Avoid Taking Hot Showers

Hot water showers may feel relaxing, but they can steal moisture from your skin. This can make your skin dry and flaky. Avoid taking long hot showers. Use warm water.

29. Be Careful Of Any Food Intolerance Or Allergy

Food intolerance or an allergy can lead to skin rashes, puffiness, etc. Allergies often manifest themselves in these forms. If you are unaware of your skin’s sudden erratic behavior, it could be an allergy. Common foods that cause allergic reactions include honey, dairy, nuts, shellfish, eggs, soy, and wheat. Figure out what irritates your skin and avoid it.

30. Make Physical Activity A Priority

Even if you do not love exercising, indulge in some form of physical activity. Exercise increases the blood flow to different parts of your body, including your skin. Working out regularly keeps you fit and your skin healthy.

Aging can cause several skin and hair issues as the body’s metabolism slows down and takes more time to heal. Therefore, these beauty tips for women over 30 will help you embrace healthy skin and hair. Drinking plenty of water, moisturizing and exfoliating the skin, and taking the right supplements may help you attain youthful skin.

To improve your hair health, you may oil your hair, condition it properly, use heat protectants, and trim your hair regularly. In addition, consuming a balanced diet with enough proteins, nutrients, and vitamins may help improve your skin and hair.

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List Of Courses After 10th Standard

 

List Of Courses After 10th Standard


“Choices are the hinges of destiny.” - Edwin Markham. The conclusion of secondary education happens at the end of the 10th standard. However, at this point in your educational journey, you will have to choose between completing senior secondary schooling in either Commerce stream, Arts, or Science stream or opting directly from a long list of courses after 10th standard.

Rather than moving to 11th standard, many students go for skill development courses or training programs that can get them placed into their field of interest. If you are planning to pursue a program right after 10th but don’t know where to start, then you have certainly come to the right place! Here is a detailed blog that elaborates on a comprehensives list of courses after 10th standard and the varied benefits they offer.


Why Study Short Term Courses after 10th?

If you are wondering how courses after 10th can be beneficial for you, here are the top advantages of pursuing a diploma or short-term program after completing 10th.

  • Takes less time to complete
  • Provides on the job training
  • Equips students with industry-specific skills
  • Can help explore diverse career options
  • An array of employment opportunities
  • A viable option for financially unstable students
  • Helps in developing professional and soft skills

After 10th Courses

If you aim to pursue a course after 10th, there is a wide range of courses on offer across various fields of study. You can explore a long list of courses after 10th which are available in Designing, Engineering, Technology, Business, Management, Computer Science, Arts, Media and Journalism and so on. Have you recently passed 10th? Here is a list of the most popular courses after 10th:

  • Diploma in Engineering
  • Diploma in Hotel Management
  • Diploma in Journalism
  • Diploma in Education
  • Diploma in Photography
  • Diploma in Psychology
  • Diploma in Elementary Education
  • Diploma in Digital Marketing
  • Diploma in Fine Arts
  • Diploma in English
  • Diploma in Fashion Designing
  • Diploma in Graphic Designing
  • Diploma in Web Development
  • Diploma in Web Designing
  • Diploma in Game Designing
  • Diploma in Bakery & Confectionery
  • Diploma in Hotel Reception & Book Keeping
  • Diploma in Food Technology
  • Diploma in Information Technology
  • Diploma in Makeup and Beauty
  • Diploma in Event Management
  • Diploma in Business Management
  • Diploma in Marine Engineering
  • Diploma in Animation
  • Diploma in Textile Designing
  • Diploma in Leather Designing
  • Diploma in Textile Engineering

10th Pass Courses

Further, while looking for the best course after 10th, here is a list of the top programs and courses after 10th:

  • Designing Courses
  • Animation Courses
  • Fashion Design Courses
  • Graphic Design Courses
  • Engineering Courses
  • Vocational Courses
  • Hotel Management Courses
  • Hospitality Management Courses
  • Chef Courses
  • Game Designing Courses
  • Web Designing Courses
  • Mass Communication Courses
  • Fine Arts Courses
  • Visual Arts Courses
  • ITI Courses
  • Psychology Courses
  • Photography Courses
  • Videography Courses

Generally, 10th pass courses are offered across varied streams and anyone can pursue any of the programs to build a strong foundation in their chosen specialisation, be it Commerce, Arts and Science. Here are the best 10th pass courses in Arts, Commerce and Science:

Diploma Courses After 10th in Arts

  • Diploma in Fine Arts
  • Diploma in Commercial Art
  • Diploma in Graphic Designing
  • Certificate Course in Spoken English
  • Certificate Course in Functional English
  • Diploma in Social Media Management
  • Diploma in Hotel Management
  • Certificate in Hindi

Diploma Courses after 10th in Commerce

  • Certificate in Animation
  • Certificate Course in Tally
  • Diploma in Banking
  • Diploma in Risk and Insurance
  • Diploma in Computer Application
  • Advanced Diploma in Financial Accounting
  • Diploma in e-Accounting Taxation

Diploma Courses after 10th in Science

  • Diploma in Information Technology
  • Craftsmanship Course in Food Production
  • Certificate in Diesel Mechanics
  • Diploma in Dental Mechanics
  • Diploma in Dental Hygienist
  • Diploma in Electrical Engineering
  • Diploma in Computer Science and Engineering

Check out the further sections below to know more about these after 10th courses available as diploma and certificate level programs.

Popular Diploma Courses After 10th

Diploma courses after 10th class are popular choices of the students. The main reason is the easy eligibility criteria and scope of early employment for candidates. Do you know the after 10th class course list of diplomas has a wide range of options? Refer to the table below to know more about these 10th pass courses:


Name of the DiplomaCourse DetailsCourse DurationCareer Options for 10th pass courses
Diploma in Fashion TechnologyBasic knowledge and skills around Fashion Designing and Technology3 Years– Fashion Designer
– Costume Designer
– Textile Designer
– Bridal wear Designer
– Fashion Stylist
Diploma in Fire Safety EngineeringThe course includes various techniques to put out fire along with latest technology and upgradation in tools in the field.6 Months– Fire Safety Executive
– Fire Safety Officer
Diploma in EngineeringTechnical courses or Polytechnic courses in different fields of Engineering.3 YearsDirectly to Btech Lateral Entry or find a suitable job in the specific area of specialization.
Diploma in Ceramic TechnologyThe course includes properties, manufacturing processes, design and applications of ceramic materials.3 YearsDirectly to Btech Ceramic Engineering via the lateral entry or find a suitable job as a Ceramic Engineer.
Diploma in Plastics TechnologyCourse includes in-depth knowledge on types of plastics, their applications, properties and more.3 Years– Plastic Part Mould Design Engineer
– Project Engineer
– Industrial Engineer
– Product Design Engineer
Diploma in Dental MechanicsThe course includes various concepts of dental structures and delta heath.2 Years– Dentist
– Assistant Dental Surgeon
– Dental Technician
– Research Assistant
Diploma in Commercial PracticeThis diploma course after 10th includes promotion, sale or supply of service or product to customers. Students are taught the right skills to scale this process.3 Years– Commercial Account Manager
– Commercial Executive
– Business Junior Head
– Branch Commercial Assistant Manager
Diploma in Hotel Management and Catering TechnologyThe course includes various hospitality traits related to hotel management and catering.2 Years– Catering Officer
– Catering Supervisors & Assistants
– Cabin Crew
– Hospitality Executive
Diploma in AgricultureThe course includes a range of farming techniques, types of soils and more.2 YearsDirectly to B.Tech Agriculture Engineering via the lateral entry or work in an Agriculture based organisation.
Diploma in Cyber Security or Ethical HackingYou will learn various concepts related to saving computer devices from hackers and viruses1 YearCertified ethical hacker or cyber security expert
Diploma in CosmetologyYou will learn about different kinds of cosmetics, their uses and manufacturing details in this diploma course after 10th.1 Year– Open your own parlour
– Work at big beauty chains
– Become a sales representative
– Work for cosmetic brands like lakme, colorbar, nykaa etc.
Art Teacher DiplomaThis course includes basic principles of visual and design experience.2 years– Arts teacher
– Painter
– Work for Art galleries
Diploma in StenographyYou will learn the concepts of taking the dictations and learn other clerical work.1 YearYou can work in wide range of government jobs. All the public departments have a place for stenographers.

How to Choose from the Long List of Courses after 10th Standard?

While browsing through an array of choices available in the list of courses after 10th, there are numerous factors that you should keep in mind in order to make a thoughtful decision. To simplify your research, we have compiled these central pointers below:

  • Make a list of top courses after 10th that you are interested in.
  • Keep an open mind ready to assess alternatives.
  • Ask questions and clear doubts from individuals who belong to the same field you want to go in.
  • Focus on your personal interests as it will result in a better academic performance.
  • A SWOT analysis for students (Strength, Weakness, Opportunity, Threat) will help you determine your interests and ambitions.
  • Research all fields of interest and their career prospects thoroughly.
  • Do not doubt your abilities and do not allow any other individual to undermine you.

Polytechnic Courses

Amongst the top skill development programs in our list of courses after 10th standard, Polytechnic courses are offered in both Engineering and non-Engineering fields. From the domain of Management and Education to Engineering and Computer Science, there is a vast range of Polytechnic programs after 10th which aim to provide students with practical knowledge and equip them with immense industrial exposure. Here are the top polytechnic courses after 10th:

  • Diploma in Computer Programming
  • Graduate Certificate in Marketing Management
  • Diploma in Petroleum Engineering
  • Diploma in Business Administration
  • Diploma in Animation, Art & Design
  • Diploma in Hospitality Management
  • Diploma in Accounting
  • Diploma of Early Childhood Education & Care

Medical & Paramedical Courses

To pursue Medical Science courses after 10th, you need to study BiPC subjects or MPC subjects with Biology in 11th and then crack the prospective entrance examination to get your admission into a medical college. In our list of top courses after 10th standard, below mentioned are the major medical programs you can opt for:

  • Diploma in Hospital Assistance
  • Diploma in Rural Healthcare
  • Pathology Lab Technician
  • Diploma in Paramedic Nursing
  • Certificate of Nursing Assistants
  • Diploma in Physiotherapy
  • Diploma in X-Ray Technology
  • Diploma in ECG Technology
  • Diploma in Radiology
  • Diploma in Dental Mechanics
  • Diploma in Pharmacy

IT and Computer Technology

The field of Computer and Information Technology comprises of a wide range of training and skill development courses after 10th that senior secondary students can pursue. These programs majorly include certification courses that equip students with theoretical knowledge as well as extensive industry exposure. So, if you are wondering about how to do computer science after 10th then let’s take a look at the following list of courses after 10th standard under the IT and Computer Technology:

  • Diploma in Computer Application
  • Certificate in Social Media Management
  • Diploma in Hardware Maintenance
  • Certificate Course in Search Engine Marketing
  • Computer Technician Diploma
  • Certificate in Search Engine Optimisation
  • Certificate in Graphic/Web Designing
  • Certificate Course in Programming Language

Engineering

With the advancement in technologies, Engineering branches have expanded beyond the conventional courses and now range from Robotics courses to Fire and Safety Engineering. There is an array of polytechnic/diploma courses after 10th that are aimed to equip them with relevant career skills and industry exposure. Glance through the following list of diploma course after 10th in Engineering and Technology related domains:

  • Diploma in Engineering
  • Diploma in Electrical Engineering
  • Diploma in Instrumentation Technology
  • Diploma in Mechanical Engineering
  • Diploma in Food Technology
  • Diploma in Computer Science and Engineering
  • Diploma in Civil Engineering
  • Diploma in Aeronautical Engineering
  • Diploma in Architectural Assistantship
  • Diploma in Mechatronics
  • Diploma in Rubber Technology

ITI Courses

Industrial Training Institute or ITI Courses are also one of the popular options in the list of courses after 12th standard. These training programmes are suitable for those wanting to explore technical and non-technical fields after 10th. Further, these courses are trade-specific and are spread across branches of Engineering, Science, Arts, Hair & Skincare, Dress Designing, Jewellery Making amongst others. Some of the major ITI Courses after 10th are:

  • Electrician
  • Radiology Technician
  • Insurance Agent
  • Digital Photographer
  • Fashion Design & Technology
  • Sewing Technology
  • Tool and Die Making
  • Computer Operator and Programming Artists

Travel and Tourism

If you are more interested in exploring the world and want to pursue a career in Travel and Tourism then you must know that there is an array of specialization courses in this stream that you can enrol in. Here is a list of top courses after 10th in Travel, Tourism, and Hospitality sector:

  • Diploma in Business Management
  • Diploma in Food Technology
  • Diploma in Food and Beverage Production
  • Diploma in Hotel Stores Management
  • Diploma in Hospitality Management
  • Diploma in Front Office and Reception Management

Vocational Courses

If you are planning to explore a particular industry right after completing 10th, then there are many diplomas and bachelor’s level vocational courses that you can consider. Amongst the choicest ones in the list of courses after 10th standard, these programmes are offered in multifarious fields like eCommerce, Digital Marketing, Occupational Therapy, Agriculture, Journalism, to name a few.

Certificate & Diploma Courses After 10th

Apart from the aforementioned short term courses, here is a list of top courses after 10th which you can consider:

  • Certificate in Animation
  • Certificate Course in Functional/Spoken English
  • Certification in Mobile Repairing course
  • Diploma in Commercial Practise
  • Diploma in Cosmetology
  • Diploma in Stenography
  • Diploma in Leather Technology
  • Diploma in Mechanical Engineering
  • Diploma in 3D Animation

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