Hey @Abheesh, it's completely alright to be confused with what you like and what career path is yours to excel. You are not alone in this, there are stats that prove that approximately 75% of the working population is confused with what they want to achieve in life. So believe when I say it's okay to be confused.
The best way is to actually experience different fields but this will lead you to another problem, How long will you keep experimenting? Because after your studies(undergrad and post-grad) you do not have much until you are under the pressure of settling down.
I recently heard a TED talk by Ashley Stahl, I learned a couple of things.
Firstly ask you yourself three questions:
- What am I good at? (Pick up your passion and try to build a career around it)
- What do people tell me I am good at? (outsiders have a very different unbiased opinion on your strengths, always take those into consideration)
- What's holding me back? (If you know your strength and if you know what you love, take risks, take initiatives and start building that road.)