List Of Best Career Options- Orthopedic, Oceanography And More


We have talked about Kinesiology and many other career options available for students who passed 10+2 and looking for a better opportunity. Adding to this list, Orthopedic, and ocean engineering along with other opportunities we will discuss in this blog.

It is important to note that the duration and eligibility of a particular course may vary from university to university or college to college.


The treatment and prevention of deformities related musculoskeletal system come under orthopedic study, in the medical discipline. The musculoskeletal system includes bones, joints, muscles, tendons, ligaments, cartilage, and nerves. 

Orthopedics Courses

  • Certificate course in Trauma and orthopedics
  • Certificate in Orthopedics manual therapy (Online)
  • Certificate course in Biomechanics of Joints and Orthopaedics Implants (Online)
  • Diploma in Orthopaedics
  • BSc in Orthopedic Assistant and Plaster Techniques
  • MSc in Orthopedics
  • MD Orthopedics
  • Ph.D. in Orthopedics

Eligibility for Orthopedics Courses

For Undergraduate degree: Candidates must have completed their 10+2 education with 50% marks or higher. The minimum age limit is 17. Also, the candidate must have passed the entrance test. 

For a Postgraduate degree: To be eligible for a postgraduate degree, candidates must have completed their MBBS degree with a minimum of 55%.

To be an orthopedic surgeon following skill sets are required:

  • Scientific bent of mind
  • Hand-eye coordination,
  • Manual dexterity
  • Attention to detail
  • Communication Skills
  • Problem-Solving


Also known as oceanology, it is the study of ocean currents, waves, the geology of the sea floor, and physical properties within the ocean and across its boundaries. It is the study of all things that are related to the ocean.

Eligibility Criteria:

  • This course is after graduation, and students need to pass B.Sc. either in Zoology/ Botany/ Chemistry/ Fishery Science/ Earth Science/Physics/ Agriculture/ Microbiology/ Applied Sciences or in other equivalent fields 


  • Master of Science (M.Sc) in Oceanography
  • Master of Science in Marine Biology
  • M.Tech in Ocean Engineering
  • M.Tech in Ocean Technology
  • M.Phil in Marine Biology
  • M.Phil in Chemical Oceanography
  • Ph.D. in Oceanography

Specializations in Oceanography 

  1. Biological Oceanography is the study of plants, animals, and microbes in the ocean and is called “marine biology”.
  2. Chemical Oceanography: Study of the ocean in association with the chemistry of the atmosphere.
  3. Physical Oceanography: Study of the physical attributes of the ocean involving the tides, currents, waves, and salinity.
  4. Geological Oceanography: Study of ocean floor geology, including plate tectonics and paleoceanography.

Skills Required

  • Research
  • Physical Fitness
  • Analytical
  • Observation Skills
  • Quantitative Skills
  • Technical Writing
  • Teamwork
  • Persistence
  • Critical Thinking
  • Research
  • Flexibility
  • Patience
  • Communication and more

Other Career Options

Otolaryngology (ENT)
Optometry and more

“If you are not willing to risk the usual, you will have to settle for the ordinary.”

– Jim Rohn

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