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13th December 2012, 06:28 PM
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What is BSc and which are the subjects of BSc?


what is B.Sc and the subjects of B.sc?...could u please provide to me the details for the same





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in bsc biology,will i have to study math?
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waht is the subjects in B.Sc. nursing
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i am doing fsc but my marks are low in fsc i want to do bsc next and become lecturer in future . plz help me to what subjects or field which i can chose
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20th May 2014, 10:08 AM
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Default Re: What is BSc and which are the subjects of BSc?

B.Sc stands for Bachelor of Science.

This is a 3 year course being offered by many of the colleges in India.

Direct admission will be given for the candidates to join this course in many of the colleges.

However some colleges will conduct an Entrance Exam in order to give admission for this course.

There are several streams that are being offered under B.Sc course.

One can choose the one which they are interested and in accordance to the stream that they have gone through in their previous academic level.

Some of them will be as follows :
B.Sc in Computer Science
B.Sc in Mathematics
B.Sc in Physics
B.Sc in Chemistry
B.Sc in Statistics
B.Sc in Biotechnology
B.Sc in Microbiology
B.Sc in Genetics
B.Sc in Electronics
B.Sc in Botany
B.Sc in Zoology

Some colleges will provide the facility to opt for 3 subjects as the subjects of specialization.

Wish you all the best.
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