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4th January 2012, 10:14 AM
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What to do after completing graduation in BSc Mathematics with 48%?


Plz sir help
i m dhiraj and i complete my graduation with b.sc mathematic and i don't know what to do now bcoz i get just 48% and i also belongs to a poor famiiy.what option better for me plz suggest me




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14th September 2012, 09:41 PM
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dear,

from years maths has been devil of all subjects

whether in school or colleges scoring good marks in maths is supposed to super intelligence
today candidates become smart to opt not only but also clearing graduation and post graduation in maths easily

many people opt bsc in maths after clearing graduation confused what to do after this

so, have a look here as:

--Msc maths: this field is chosen by those students which have done bsc in maths and then go for phd in maths then they switch to maths


--MBA in finance: this field will lead you to financial world
which gives very lucrative

and a profitable scale

MCA: this field is opted by students who are interested in computer field
their graduation in maths help you to work profoundly in MNC'S

IAS

Banking

military

navy

politics
etc
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15th September 2012, 08:42 AM
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Default Re: What to do after completing graduation in BSc Mathematics with 48%?

As you belong from a poor family first you need to decide whether you want to pursue further education or do you want a job. Because even after completing graduation there are several jobs out there in government sector for you.


If your decision is to go for the job then please remember that government jobs are only offered after appear for the entrance exam. The first entrance exam I would recommend is Civil Service Examination.


Civil Service Examination is conducted tor recruit IAS, IPS, IFS etc. The qualification requirement for Civil Service Examination is graduation course in any stream from a recognised university. This makes you eligible for Civil Service Exam. IAS and IPS are considered very reputed jobs that are well paid and comes with additional perks. However it would not be easy to crack the Civil Service Exam since over 5 Lakh candidates appear for it every year.


The second option would be IBPS Bank exams. IBPS stands for Institute of Banking Personnel Selection and conducts two exams IBPS Clerk and IBPS Bank PO exam for the 19 Public Sector Undertaking banks in the country. With the graduation degree, you can appear for the both exams. Therefore this is also a very good option.


Thirdly you can appear for ACIO Grade II Exam which is for Asistant Central Intelligence Officer Grade II post in Intelligence Bureau. You may have heard about the IB on news as the agency is responsible for gathering internal intelligence and counter terrorism operations. The eligibility for ACIO is graduation degree in any stream.


However if you wish to study further, there are several options for you.

First option would be M.Sc in Mathematics. After completing the post graduation, you can apply for lectureship in central government college by passing the National Eligibility Test. However you would have to score at least 55 percent marks in post graduation.


LLB is another good option for you. To get admission for LLB course, the candidate is required to have score 45 percent marks in graduation. This makes you eligible to apply for 3 years LLB course. Once completed the course you can apply for government job or work in private law firm. There's also an option to work as legal advisor for a company.


If you have any interest in computers then Master of Computer Applications (MCA) is a good choice for you. However considering the fact that you scored only 48 percent marks in B.Sc, I would say skip this one because it would be difficult to get admission for MCA. Even if you did get admission and completed the course, you would not be able to work for any MNC.


Another good option for you is Master in Business Administration or MBA. You can apply for MBA is Finance after which there would be jobs for you in Banking, stock broking etc. To do MBA you would have to appear for Management Aptitude Test (MAT). You only require graduation degree to appear for MAT. Unfortunately you can not appear for more popular exam known as Common Admission Test. The percentage requirement to appear for CAT is 50 percent (General) and 45 percent (SC/ST).
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15th September 2012, 09:44 AM
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Plz sir help
i m dhiraj and i complete my graduation with b.sc mathematic and i don't know what to do now bcoz i get just 48% and i also belongs to a poor famiiy.what option better for me plz suggest me
Hi friend..


B.Sc Mathematics is a three years undergraduate course.

You can do this course after your 12th.
There are many colleges offering this course and the admission in this course is based on the marks obtained in 12th.
If you want to get admission in top colleges of India for this course,you will have to secure very good percentage in 12th.

Some of the top colleges for this course include St. Stephens,Delhi,St. Xaviers,Kolkata,Hans Raj College,Delhi.

After completion of your B.Sc course in Mathematics,you can pursue higher studies or you can opt for a job.

Some of the higher studies after your B.Sc Maths are:-
1.M.Sc
2.MBA.
3.MCA.
4.Chartered Accountancy.
5.Company Secretary.
6.Certified Financial Planner.
7.Certified Financial Analyst.


The job options are numerous after your course and some of them include:-
1.Insurance.
2.Marketing Sector.
3.Banking.
4.Software.
5.Cryptography.
6.Research.,etc.

So,from above,you can see that there is no unavailability of career options for you but it depends on you whether you want to do job now or else you want to continue your studies.
I hope you are satisfied with the information.
Best of luck.
Thanks.

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15th September 2012, 03:51 PM
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Default Re: What to do after completing graduation in BSc Mathematics with 48%?

hi,
it is nice that you have done b.SC with math

After your B.sc you can do M.sc in Maths. This is good.Because you can make your bright future in mathematics.
After your maths, you can do P.hd in mathematics. you can do it from the recognised colleges in INDIA.

I will suggest you to take m.sc in mathematics as your career.

thank you........................
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15th September 2012, 05:12 PM
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Default Re: What to do after completing graduation in BSc Mathematics with 48%?

Dear friend,
Well this is really very tough situation for you as you have got only 48% in your graduation. You might not get admission for M.Sc in any good university.
But apart from these you have good future if you are hard working and fully determined. So don't get frustrate and be confident, just be yourself, believe yourself, you will surely get success.
Now, there are many field you may jumped to such as:-
*Further Study
*Private Sector jobs
*government sector jobs
*Self employment

Further Study:
As you have completed graduation you can apply for MCA,BCA, other Computer courses. There are many institution they conduct entrance exam for admission in these courses. But you have to study atleast two more year after graduation.

Private Sector jobs:
As you are graduate you can apply for many computer related jobs like Data Entry, Form Filling, Data maintenance etc. You can also apply for call center,bpo, tele marketing jobs. The expected salary for these kinds of jobs are 8k to 10k per month.

Government Sector jobs:
After graduation you can apply for many govt. jobs under SSC,UPSC,PSC, Banking sector, etc. If you go through the employment new every month you will find the vacancies. You can also search jobs on internet. So try to find all the vacancies and apply for them.

Self Employment:
You can also start your own business like establish a coaching center, or tuition point. Anything you wish to start just go ahead. No one going to stop you.

So these are all the fields where you can go for. The choice is yours but these are the best options for you.
Try to find your way from this post.

Thank you...All the best..!!
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15th September 2012, 07:33 PM
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You have got very less percentage in your B.Sc course and this will affect you to get the higher education as well as in the placement. So now only I will suggest you to do the M.Sc course so that in master degree you can increase your marks and can get the good placement.
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Default Re: What to do after completing graduation in BSc Mathematics with 48%?

I passed Bsc with 50 % (without Hounours) , so which career I have to choose next ?
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I am momtaj.i have completed b.sc
Mathematics in 2018 with 47.6% marks. Which professional course should I do now?
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