19th June 2016, 02:09 AM
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What is the future scope of doing B.Sc course?

Sir /mam plz tell me what subject I choose in college after my 12 in pcmb through J&K board with 86% I'm confused about choosing my subject I even don't know which subject I like most. I want only that I choose that subject which consume less time to learn & have much scope to get job early. I'm belong to BPL plz tell subject on behalf of my parents income 4000/month

19th June 2016, 01:06 PM
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Default Re: What is the future scope of doing B.Sc course?

Bachelor of Science course is an undergraduate science course. There is scope of further studies; private jobs, Govt. job after B.sc.

**You can do Master of Science (M.Sc) course after B.sc in following fields:-

->Bio Physics

->Engineering Physics


->Marine Geo Physics

->Medical Physics

**you are also eligible to give following government exams:-

::Indian Air force


::Indian Railways

::IBPS clerk and P.O.



19th June 2016, 01:33 PM
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According to your family conditions choosing B.Sc is a good option you can appear for the B.Sc course and this degree has lots of career prospects in science discipline.

B.Sc is a 3 years full time graduate degree course which is done in bachelor level and this course is done after the 12th class and there will be 6 semesters in B.Sc course.
You have good prospects in science and non scientific fields also.You can seek out career in research field,government corporations,banking and finance,etc.

You can get employed in many fields such as
  1. Agriculture Industry
  2. Testing Laboratories
  3. Oil Industry
  4. Research Firms
  5. Food Industries
  6. Health Care
  7. Biotechnology Firms
  8. Hospitals
  9. Space Research Institutes
  10. Wild life and Fisheries
  11. Chemical Industry

After completing your B.Sc degree you can even take up the M.Sc or MBA as your higher studies.
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