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About Bachelors of Science
Science is a multi-disciplined academic field for students with the following subject combinations in class 12th – PCM (Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics), PCB (Physics, Chemistry, Biology), and PCMB (Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Biology). Students looking forward to a career in Science have a wide range of options at UG (undergraduate) and PG (postgraduate) levels. For graduation students can choose to pursue courses such as BSc (Bachelor of Science), Bachelor of Technology
Bachelor of Architecture, Bachelor of Computer Applications,Sc.- Information Technology, Sc- Nursing, Sc.- Physics, Sc. Chemistry, Sc. Mathematics, etc.
Science Eligibility & Entrance Exams
As indicated above, Science courses can be pursued at all – UG, PG and PhD levels. The eligibility criteria differs as per the course and branch chosen by a candidate. However, given below is a broad eligibility criteria for UG and PG Science courses for the reference of candidates:
UG level: Candidates should clear class 12th with PCM, PCB or PCMB subject combinations and at least 50% – 60% aggregate marks.
UG Courses of Science:
After completing 12th with science stream, there are a variety of options available for an undergraduate course. Students who have an interest in technical learning, they can choose engineering courses and the rest can choose from the courses listed below.
- BE/B.Tech- Bachelor of Technology
- Arch- Bachelor of Architecture
- BCA- Bachelor of Computer Applications
- Sc.- Information Technology
- Sc- Nursing
- B.Pharma- Bachelor of Pharmacy
- Sc- Interior Design
- BDS- Bachelor of Dental Surgery
- Animation, Graphics and Multimedia
- Sc. – Nutrition & Dietetics
- BPT- Bachelor of Physiotherapy
- Sc- Applied Geology
- BA/B.Sc. Liberal Arts
- Sc.- Physics
- Sc. Chemistry
- Sc. Mathematics
Science Careers, Jobs & Companies
There are a wide variety of career prospects for students in both Science and non-Science areas. Job/ career prospects in the field of Science, however, depend on the course and specialisation of a candidate. For instance, a student with a bachelor’s or master’s degree in Physics can build his/her career in the fields of space & astronomy, healthcare, meteorology & geophysics, and so on. On the other hand, a student with a bachelor’s or master’s degree in Chemistry can choose to become a chemical engineer, analytical chemist, forensic scientist, nanotechnologist, biotechnologist, etc.