Apart from these, there are certain important things which students should take care of post examination. A small effort, may be as a leisure, can work wonder! It's all about harboring the best options to plunge in at right time.
Results will definitely come, but on time!
But students should not drag their mind towards the result declaration date. CBSE Board exam results will be declared on time. Delays, if any, will be notified by the Board officially. Previous year, the CBSE board results 2016 were declared towards mid of May. Taking admission procedure of higher education courses into consideration, the Board is likely to declare the result on time.
Start framing your career chart, as well!
This is where students need to invest much of their time and effort. Intermediate and Undergraduate course admission will begin as soon as CBSE 10th result and CBSE Class 12 results are announced. Therefore, you can make a rough estimate of your performance and your likely score and should start looking for higher education courses. Literally, this effort is going to be your biggest asset with the onset of admission season. A nicely formed plan will help you to churn out the best options during the right time. It won't even take you days altogether to figure out what is right; and will even not let you settle down for what is left!
Polish your creativity, meanwhile!
Take up skill based courses
Since you have come a bit closer to jobs and recruitment procedures, it is necessary for you to know about the selection criteria adopted by recruiting bodies. Job recruitment process has undergone drastic changes; hence it is wise to be aware of the norms and regulations that rule the selection process. As a student, you can go through the official websites of top recruiting bodies like UPSC, SSC, IBPS and download the job advertisements from the archives and read about the skills required for the job.
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