Hate Maths? These career options might be best for you
Could you not withstand the mind twisting problems you face in Mathematics as a subject in the class room? Then, here the top career options you can pursue without mathematics.
Do the palpitations, numbness, and nervousness surround you when you get exposed to the questions of mathematics examination paper? If yes, then you don’t need go with the mind twisting equations, sums, and concepts of the maths, just for the sake of employment. There are some best career options available which don’t require mathematics.
To know what career options you can pursue if you don’t want to continue reading mathematics in your class, keep the reading continue as here the top career option without mathematics.
Animation and graphic
Illustrated moving and motionless images that you see in the movies, TV shows, websites, computer games are designed by the Animation artists. UI-Designing, UX-Designing, Cartoonist, and Web-Designing are the field which a animation artist can build his/her career in. Traditional hand drawn and computer techniques are used to create the designs.
Institutes: National Institute of Design (NID), IIT (Mumbai, Guwahati, Kanpur), MIT institute of Design (Pune) etc.
For those who don’t want to get into study of mathematics and are creative in thinking, aware with activities taking place globally, and ability to express things in artistic manner, designing could be the most suitable career where they grow as a successful designer. Designing is growing profession that don’t require the knowledge of mathematics. As a designer, you would get opportunity to design for various big shows, models and to participate in many National and International designing competitions such as HOW International Design Awards IDesign Awards, Fashion Fund (Vogue), India Online Fashion Week (IOFW) etc.
Institutes:National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT), National Institute of Design (NID), Srishti Institute of Art, Design and Technology, Symbiosis Institute of Design, etc.
Media and communication is that a broad domain which includes a career such as Event management, Wedding Planning, Radio/Video Jockeying, Editing, Content Writing, Public Relation, and, Journalism. To become a RJ/VJ, you need to pursue an additional diploma courses. There are some professional crash courses for voice over artists which also you can pursue to sharp your skills.
Institutes: Delhi University, Indian Institute of Mass Communication, Symbiosis Institute of Media and Communication, Ashoka University, IP university etc.
Foreign Language Expert
To become a foreign language expert, you need not to get into the study of mathematic but to master the language you choose to perform in. As far as the opportunities are concerned, there are lots of opportunities such as Foreign Teaching Foreign Languages in Schools, Colleges, and Universities, and doing translation works. The demand for the German and French language is presently very high in the country. Apart from these, as a translator, you can work in conferences, guide the people during their foreign visits, or join embassies as an interpreter.
Institutes: Delhi University, Alliance Francaise De Delhi, Max Mueller
Are you good in arguments with you great analytical and verbal skills? If yes, then pursuing Law can be best career opportunity for you. Advising and helping clients in their legal and business transactions is what you would have to do practicing the profession. To attain the specialisation in the specific field, you can pursue law some of specialisation courses such business law, criminal law, intellectual property law, and patent law etc. As a lawyer, you will get the opportunity to work at law firms, corporate houses, litigation, etc.
Colleges: National Law school of Indian University, Delhi University, National Law School, Gujarat National Law University, Nalsar University of Law, Jindal Global Law School, etc.
With the globalisation and evolution of tourism, the demand for the availability of food and lodging facilities during the trip has risen. This has provided plenty of opportunities to everyone who is working in Hospitality sector. From housekeeper to Manager, everyone is witnessing the growth and prosperity of the industry. As Management professional, you would have to promote the business, interactand handle customer needs, plan work for others at work, etc.
Institutes and colleges: Institute of Hotel Management, Delhi, Oberoi Step (New Delhi), ITC (Gurgaon), etc.
Apart from MBBS, there are some degree courses that can fetch you the tag of a Doctor. Because of the growth Homeopathy, Veterinary, and Ayurveda are growing and in demand, the profession has gained popularity. On other hand, the radiology, optometry, and occupational therapist have also become importance.
Colleges: AIIMS, Armed Force College, Maulana Azad Medical College, Lady Hardinge Medical College, Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College, Aligarh Muslim University, etc.
Do you want to do anything for the people coming across hardships on every day? If yes, then, you need not to get away from your area of interest just because of livelihood as it could become the source of income for you. This would also escape you from the Mathematics as well. To make a good head start, identify the area of specialisation from adults or children. As a social worker, you would need to counsel people and provide resources, care and support. You can also get into the budgetary and administration work. You can get proper jobs in NGOs, hospitals, local authorities, health-care centers etc.
Colleges: Delhi School of Social Work, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Punjab University, Christ University, Aligarh Muslim University, etc.
Most of the students dread the mathematics but, despite this, they have to go with complicated equations, sums, concepts of the mathematics, because scope of the subject in jobs. If you are one of them who hate mathematics and don’t continue reading it then there are some career opportunities you can pursue. Through this article, we have tried to guide those who fear mathematics and don’t want to continue reading it.