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1st May 2013, 02:16 AM
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What is a good salary package after passing 12th with PCM?


I have scored more than 85% in pcm from delhi cbse then which course is best for me. Will anyone suggest me some good courses so that I will get a very good salary package after that course?





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1st May 2013, 11:03 AM
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Dear Friend,
You must note that every field is good and package you will get is depended on type of institutions you are applying for and also your hardworking towards the particular field.
As,You are wishing to have 85% above in board exams and belonging to the Science stream with PCM Subjects so you have an overall lots of choice.You may go on with Engineering or may with B.Sc or rest all other course.
But the thing is that which field is most interesting one for you,don't try to just believe in money you should try to go on with the field which is most interesting one for you.
As always in life you have more attention and sincerity in the subjects which you feel most interesting and you will notice that the field which you like the most is always being easy then all other subjects.

First list out all the field which you feel interesting whether it is in Engineering or any other,Then after selecting the particular try to list out all the best colleges for it and as you are asking regarding good package so try to list out the colleges by the placements.

And,At last apply for them I am sure you will definitely satisfy by these process.

You must also note that the Entrance Examinations plays a major role in getting admitted in the colleges,If you have opted any entrance exam try to focus in it and have good performance.Because your Board Examinations is other thing and Entrance examinations is another it will check mostly your skill and ideas regarding the particular subjects that how much mind you have in real.




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1st May 2013, 03:40 PM
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Hello, H
Below are some of the options for you....

BCA: If you want to churn your career in the field of computer applications and have a keen interest in computers, then you should go for Bachelor in Computer Applications (BCA).

Course: Bachelor in Computer Applications (BCA) is a three year degree course concentrating primarily on programming languages.

Eligibility: 10+2 in any stream with Mathematics and English as core subjects.Entrance tests are conducted in individual colleges for admission to BCA.You can further your career and do a MCA after your BCA to be at par with BTech degree holders. For details, Click Here.
BSc: If you are deeply interested in Science, you can pursue a Bachelors in Science Pass program. You can also apply for BSc (Hons) like Botany, Zoology and Chemistry as cut-offs vary from year to year and if you have a 60% you can get through some of the colleges like Acharya Narendra Dev College, Deen Dayal Updahyay College and Kalindi College all under Delhi University.

Eligibility: 10+2 in Science stream.For BSc (Pass) the subjects that you can opt for are Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Life Sciences and Environmental Studies. Most colleges across India offer this program.
Scope: A BSc degree will give you scope to join a B Ed course later which will help you pursue a teaching profession. While doing your BSc, you can also pursue a computer course from some of the private institutes like NIIT or APTECH. Simultaneously, you can also prepare for engineering entrance exams for admission to B.Tech and MBBS programs the following year. For details on science stream, Click Here.
BBA: Did you know that even if you come from the science stream, you can pursue a Bachelor in Business of Bachelor Admission (BBA), if you have Mathematics and English as core subjects?

Course: It is a three year degree course which is designed to impart management education and inculcate entrepreneurship skills in a student.
Eligibility: 10+2 from any stream with Mathematics and English as core subjects and a minimum aggregate of 50%. You need to sit for entrance exams conducted by different colleges offering BBA program. For details on career in Business Management, Click Here.
B.Com: If you feel science is no longer your cup of tea and wish to do something else, you can also do a BCom Pass from any university.

Eligibility: 10+2 from any stream. You can do a BCom Pass and can pursue a professional course like CA, CS or ICWA. Alternatively, you can also enroll for a computer course and equip yourself with programming skills. For details on commerce as a career, Click Here.
B.Tech/BE: Engineering is one of the sought after careers in India today. Even if you have scored something between 50% and 60%, engineering is still a lucrative option for you. You can appear for all the engineering entrance exams both state level and at the national level for admission to BTech programs.

National level exams include IIT-JEE, AIEEE, and NATA. Institutes like BITS Pilani, BIT Ranchi, NITIE Mumbai also conduct entrance exams for admission to various engineering programs.
Eligibility: 10+2 with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics as main subjects. Click Here for details on Engineering programs.
B.Arch: If you feel that you have a great imagination, ability to visualize things and you are good at drawing, you can pursue a course in architecture. Bachelor in Architecture is a 5 year long undergraduate course.
Eligibility: For admission to most architectural colleges, the eligibility is 50 percent marks in HSC or equivalent, with physics, chemistry and maths as compulsory subjects but you need to clear the entrance exam as well. Examinations like AIEEE (All Indian Engineering Entrance Examination) and NATA (National Aptitude Test in Architecture) apart from university level exams are conducted for admission to the B.Arch program. You can then pursue a masters in architecture or work as a site engineer. For details on B Arch, Click Here.
MBBS: If life sciences and study of the human body interests you, then MBBS is definitely one of the best options for you. You can pursue a degree in medicine to become a qualified doctor.

Eligibility: 10+2 with Biology or Life Sciences as one of the core subjects. You have to appear for entrance exams for admission to MBBS programs in medicine colleges across India. Some of the important MBBS entrance exams are PMT, JIPMER, AIMMS medical entrance test and AFMC. For details, Click Here.
BAMS: Have you thought of pursuing a course in Ayurvedic medicine? If you have passed your 10+2 in science, then Bachelor in Ayurvedic Medicine or BAMS is one of the options that you can choose as your career. Ayurvedic medicine is one of the oldest forms of medicine practiced in India and is gaining lot of popularity both in India and abroad.

Eligibility: 10+2 with Science (Physics, Chemistry & Biology) with 50% or more in aggregate. You have to appear for entrance exams held by different universities for admission to BAMS. For details on BAMS, Click Here.
BSC Nursing: Do you have patience? Do you believe in hard work? Are you organized and good in multi-tasking? Then, BSc Nursing would be a good option for you. It provides basic knowledge about nursing, first-aid and midwifery. You will be trained in all the theoretical as well as practical aspects of nursing. After completing the course you can join health institutes, medical colleges or private nursing homes as trained and certified nurses.

Eligibility: 10+2 with Physics, Chemistry and Biology. Some colleges hold entrance exams for admission to BSc Nursing courses. For details on Nursing, Click Here.
BSc Anthropology: Have you ever thought about studying the socio-cultural development of humans? Armed with a science background you can pursue a course in anthropology which traces the biological and the socio-cultural evolution of humans right from their origin.

Eligibility: 10+2 with Biology as one of your core subjects. After completing your higher studies in anthropology, you can work as a curator, urban planner, tour guide, culture resource manager or work as a research scholar. International organizations like UNESCO, WHO and UNICEF also look for people with anthropology background. Most of the universities like India like Delhi University, Calcutta University, Allahabad and Utkal University offer anthropology courses. For details on Nursing, Click Here.
B Pharma: B Pharma is one of the important options for students who have done 10+2 in science. B Pharma is usually a 4 years degree course and students who complete B Pharma can register themselves as pharmacist.

After completing the course, you can work as pharmacist, drug inspector, drug therapist, health inspector, or as a drug technician.
Eligibility: 10+2 examination with Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics or Biology as core subjects. Some of the important institutes offering courses in B Pharma are Delhi Institute of Pharmaceutical Science & Research, Birla Institute of Technology, Ranchi, Jadavpur University, and College of Pharmacy Science, Mohud, Berhampur. For details, Click Here.
BSc Occupational Therapy: If you love handling machines and equipments, if you have a logical and a scientific bent of mind, another relatively new option that you can explore is BSc Occupational Therapy (BOT). You can work with patients who suffer from orthopedic, neurological and psychological/psychiatric disorders.

Eligibility: 10+2 with PCB (physics, chemistry and biology).Some of the colleges offering BOT are Christian Medical College, Vellore, All India Institute of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Mumbai, College of Allied Health Sciences, and Manipal Academy of Higher Education, Manipal. For details on BOT, Click Here.
BSc Physical Therapy: Bachelor of Physiotherapy (B.P.T) prepares a student for the practice of physiotherapy. The program is designed to integrate cognitive, psychomotor and interpersonal skills important to the development of a competent clinician.

Eligibility: 10+2 or equivalent thereto, with 50% or more marks in the aggregate of Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English Core. Some of the institutes offering these courses are Amar Jyoti Institute of Physiotherapy and Pt. Deen Dayal Institute - Physically Handicapped. A physiotherapist could be employed in the rehabilitation departments, municipal corporations and private bodies. For details, Click Here.
BA English: If you have always loved English Literature and Hamlet or Macbeth has fascinated you or you are transported to a the world ‘of golden daffodils’ then you can opt for English Hons, even if you've pursued science in 10+2.

Eligibility: Most colleges hold entrance examinations for admission to BA English Hons course. A degree in English will open up opportunities of a teacher, lecturer and even that of a journalist.
Mass Communication/Journalism: If you have a flair for writing and do not wish to continue with commerce any longer, then a course in mass communication would be just the right one for you. A mass communication degree from any reputed and recognized institute will enable you to achieve your goal. You can specialize in print journalism, advertising, radio journalism or television journalism. You can work as a reporter, copyeditor, editor, producer or journalist.

Eligibility: A student should have passed 10+2 from any stream. Entrance tests are conducted for admission to Mass Communication program in any institute or college of repute. Some of the important universities offering bachelors degree in mass communication or journalism courses are IP University, Delhi University, Calcutta University, and Mumbai University. For details on Mass Communication, Click Here.
Distance Learning Programs: Distance Learning Programs are getting immense popularity among students in India. It helps an individual to pursue a course of his or her choice and at the same time can concentrate on other professional courses. As a commerce student, you can pursue your BCom through distance learning and pursue professional courses like CA, ICWA or CS.




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1st May 2013, 03:45 PM
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Hello, H
Below are some of the options for you....

BCA: If you want to churn your career in the field of computer applications and have a keen interest in computers, then you should go for Bachelor in Computer Applications (BCA).

Course: Bachelor in Computer Applications (BCA) is a three year degree course concentrating primarily on programming languages.

Eligibility: 10+2 in any stream with Mathematics and English as core subjects.Entrance tests are conducted in individual colleges for admission to BCA.You can further your career and do a MCA after your BCA to be at par with BTech degree holders. For details, Click Here.
BSc: If you are deeply interested in Science, you can pursue a Bachelors in Science Pass program. You can also apply for BSc (Hons) like Botany, Zoology and Chemistry as cut-offs vary from year to year and if you have a 60% you can get through some of the colleges like Acharya Narendra Dev College, Deen Dayal Updahyay College and Kalindi College all under Delhi University.

Eligibility: 10+2 in Science stream.For BSc (Pass) the subjects that you can opt for are Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Life Sciences and Environmental Studies. Most colleges across India offer this program.
Scope: A BSc degree will give you scope to join a B Ed course later which will help you pursue a teaching profession. While doing your BSc, you can also pursue a computer course from some of the private institutes like NIIT or APTECH. Simultaneously, you can also prepare for engineering entrance exams for admission to B.Tech and MBBS programs the following year. For details on science stream, Click Here.
BBA: Did you know that even if you come from the science stream, you can pursue a Bachelor in Business of Bachelor Admission (BBA), if you have Mathematics and English as core subjects?

Course: It is a three year degree course which is designed to impart management education and inculcate entrepreneurship skills in a student.
Eligibility: 10+2 from any stream with Mathematics and English as core subjects and a minimum aggregate of 50%. You need to sit for entrance exams conducted by different colleges offering BBA program. For details on career in Business Management, Click Here.
B.Com: If you feel science is no longer your cup of tea and wish to do something else, you can also do a BCom Pass from any university.

Eligibility: 10+2 from any stream. You can do a BCom Pass and can pursue a professional course like CA, CS or ICWA. Alternatively, you can also enroll for a computer course and equip yourself with programming skills. For details on commerce as a career, Click Here.
B.Tech/BE: Engineering is one of the sought after careers in India today. Even if you have scored something between 50% and 60%, engineering is still a lucrative option for you. You can appear for all the engineering entrance exams both state level and at the national level for admission to BTech programs.

National level exams include IIT-JEE, AIEEE, and NATA. Institutes like BITS Pilani, BIT Ranchi, NITIE Mumbai also conduct entrance exams for admission to various engineering programs.
Eligibility: 10+2 with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics as main subjects. Click Here for details on Engineering programs.
B.Arch: If you feel that you have a great imagination, ability to visualize things and you are good at drawing, you can pursue a course in architecture. Bachelor in Architecture is a 5 year long undergraduate course.
Eligibility: For admission to most architectural colleges, the eligibility is 50 percent marks in HSC or equivalent, with physics, chemistry and maths as compulsory subjects but you need to clear the entrance exam as well. Examinations like AIEEE (All Indian Engineering Entrance Examination) and NATA (National Aptitude Test in Architecture) apart from university level exams are conducted for admission to the B.Arch program. You can then pursue a masters in architecture or work as a site engineer. For details on B Arch, Click Here.
MBBS: If life sciences and study of the human body interests you, then MBBS is definitely one of the best options for you. You can pursue a degree in medicine to become a qualified doctor.

Eligibility: 10+2 with Biology or Life Sciences as one of the core subjects. You have to appear for entrance exams for admission to MBBS programs in medicine colleges across India. Some of the important MBBS entrance exams are PMT, JIPMER, AIMMS medical entrance test and AFMC. For details, Click Here.
BAMS: Have you thought of pursuing a course in Ayurvedic medicine? If you have passed your 10+2 in science, then Bachelor in Ayurvedic Medicine or BAMS is one of the options that you can choose as your career. Ayurvedic medicine is one of the oldest forms of medicine practiced in India and is gaining lot of popularity both in India and abroad.

Eligibility: 10+2 with Science (Physics, Chemistry & Biology) with 50% or more in aggregate. You have to appear for entrance exams held by different universities for admission to BAMS. For details on BAMS, Click Here.
BSC Nursing: Do you have patience? Do you believe in hard work? Are you organized and good in multi-tasking? Then, BSc Nursing would be a good option for you. It provides basic knowledge about nursing, first-aid and midwifery. You will be trained in all the theoretical as well as practical aspects of nursing. After completing the course you can join health institutes, medical colleges or private nursing homes as trained and certified nurses.

Eligibility: 10+2 with Physics, Chemistry and Biology. Some colleges hold entrance exams for admission to BSc Nursing courses. For details on Nursing, Click Here.
BSc Anthropology: Have you ever thought about studying the socio-cultural development of humans? Armed with a science background you can pursue a course in anthropology which traces the biological and the socio-cultural evolution of humans right from their origin.

Eligibility: 10+2 with Biology as one of your core subjects. After completing your higher studies in anthropology, you can work as a curator, urban planner, tour guide, culture resource manager or work as a research scholar. International organizations like UNESCO, WHO and UNICEF also look for people with anthropology background. Most of the universities like India like Delhi University, Calcutta University, Allahabad and Utkal University offer anthropology courses. For details on Nursing, Click Here.
B Pharma: B Pharma is one of the important options for students who have done 10+2 in science. B Pharma is usually a 4 years degree course and students who complete B Pharma can register themselves as pharmacist.

After completing the course, you can work as pharmacist, drug inspector, drug therapist, health inspector, or as a drug technician.
Eligibility: 10+2 examination with Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics or Biology as core subjects. Some of the important institutes offering courses in B Pharma are Delhi Institute of Pharmaceutical Science & Research, Birla Institute of Technology, Ranchi, Jadavpur University, and College of Pharmacy Science, Mohud, Berhampur. For details, Click Here.
BSc Occupational Therapy: If you love handling machines and equipments, if you have a logical and a scientific bent of mind, another relatively new option that you can explore is BSc Occupational Therapy (BOT). You can work with patients who suffer from orthopedic, neurological and psychological/psychiatric disorders.

Eligibility: 10+2 with PCB (physics, chemistry and biology).Some of the colleges offering BOT are Christian Medical College, Vellore, All India Institute of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Mumbai, College of Allied Health Sciences, and Manipal Academy of Higher Education, Manipal. For details on BOT, Click Here.
BSc Physical Therapy: Bachelor of Physiotherapy (B.P.T) prepares a student for the practice of physiotherapy. The program is designed to integrate cognitive, psychomotor and interpersonal skills important to the development of a competent clinician.

Eligibility: 10+2 or equivalent thereto, with 50% or more marks in the aggregate of Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English Core. Some of the institutes offering these courses are Amar Jyoti Institute of Physiotherapy and Pt. Deen Dayal Institute - Physically Handicapped. A physiotherapist could be employed in the rehabilitation departments, municipal corporations and private bodies. For details, Click Here.
BA English: If you have always loved English Literature and Hamlet or Macbeth has fascinated you or you are transported to a the world ‘of golden daffodils’ then you can opt for English Hons, even if you've pursued science in 10+2.

Eligibility: Most colleges hold entrance examinations for admission to BA English Hons course. A degree in English will open up opportunities of a teacher, lecturer and even that of a journalist.
Mass Communication/Journalism: If you have a flair for writing and do not wish to continue with commerce any longer, then a course in mass communication would be just the right one for you. A mass communication degree from any reputed and recognized institute will enable you to achieve your goal. You can specialize in print journalism, advertising, radio journalism or television journalism. You can work as a reporter, copyeditor, editor, producer or journalist.

Eligibility: A student should have passed 10+2 from any stream. Entrance tests are conducted for admission to Mass Communication program in any institute or college of repute. Some of the important universities offering bachelors degree in mass communication or journalism courses are IP University, Delhi University, Calcutta University, and Mumbai University. For details on Mass Communication, Click Here.
Distance Learning Programs: Distance Learning Programs are getting immense popularity among students in India. It helps an individual to pursue a course of his or her choice and at the same time can concentrate on other professional courses. As a commerce student, you can pursue your BCom through distance learning and pursue professional courses like CA, ICWA or CS.
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1st May 2013, 04:24 PM
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I have scored more than 85% in pcm from delhi cbse then which course is best for me. Will anyone suggest me some good courses so that I will get a very good salary package after that course?
You cen try to chance in big companies must you will get minimum 1lack for year
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I have scored more than 85% in pcm from delhi cbse then which course is best for me. Will anyone suggest me some good courses so that I will get a very good salary package after that course?
Dear Manish,
Top Paying Jobs in Engineering degree are
1) Petroleum Engineering:Petroleum engineering is the highest paid, with starting salaries averaging $93,500
Other highly-paid engineering degrees are in the fields of chemical, aerospace, mechanical, electrical/electronic, communications and technology, with starting pay ranging from $62,200 to $67,600 per year.

Other Top paying jobs
1)Merchandise Planner (plans, directs and coordinates the activities of buyers, purchasing
officers and others involved in buying materials, products and services):
Median Annual Pay: $51,400.*
Degree: Bachelor's (merchandising, marketing, business or finance).

2)Forensic Accountant (examines tax and business records for accuracy and irregularities):
Median Annual Pay: $51,400.
Degree: Bachelor's (accounting or finance -- certification may be required).

3)Pharmaceutical Sales Representative (provides drug information and product samples to physicians and monitors prescribing patterns of physicians in a designated geographic area):
Median Annual Pay: $52,900.
Degree: Bachelor's (pharmaceutical science, pharmacology, toxicology or related fields).

4)Network Security Analyst (plans, installs and monitors security measures that protect computer networks and information):
Median Annual Pay: $55,700.
Degree: Bachelor's (information technology, mathematics or computer science).

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Median Annual Pay: $58,200.
Degree: Bachelor's (computer science).

6)Actuarial Assistant (assists with setting insurance premium rates and performing related

7)Investment Banking Analyst (provides financial services, investment advice and banking products to wealthy individuals and institutions):
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Degree: Bachelor's (business or finance).data research):
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Degree: Bachelor's (mathematics, actuarial science, statistics or finance).

8)Business Technology Analyst (helps to improve business performance through the use of information technology):
Median Annual Pay: $69,900.
Degree: Bachelor's (business, information technology or computer science).

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If you have done 10+2 with Physics, Chemistry and Maths then Engineering will be the best option for you.

But you must get admission into a top Engineering college if you want good salary package after completion of the course.

There are many private engineering colleges which are good for nothing and you will not get enough salary if you complete your studies from those colleges.

For getting admission into top colleges you have to get a very good rank in the entrance examination. If you get good rank then you will get your choice of college after the counselling.

JEE is conducted for admission into IITs, NITs and other top Engineering colleges of India. So you can apply for JEE. There will be two stages in JEE- Main and Advanced. You have to score good marks in it to get a good rank.

The entrance will have questions from Physics, Maths and Chemistry. So you must revise everything that you have studied in your 10+2. You can attempt only 3 consecutive times for JEE.

You can also opt for following courses if you are interested:

-Architecture

-Aviation

-Pilot Training

-Computer Science

-Accounting

-Law

-Hospitality

-Mass Communication

-Journalism

-Business Management

-Fashion Designing

-CA

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I have scored more than 85% in pcm from delhi cbse then which course is best for me. Will anyone suggest me some good courses so that I will get a very good salary package after that course?
HI!
After passing from 12th with 85% marks you ahve option like:-
> B.Tech
> B.Sc Biotechnology
> B.Sc Physics
> B.Sc I.T
> B.Sc Electronics
> B.Sc Hons
> B.B.A
> B.C.A
> Law
> Hotel Management
> Fashion Designing
etc

ALL THE BEST!
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Need high salary job after passing 12th with PCM, there are many good options in front of you. You can get admission at merchant navy such as BS.c in aeronautic science or BE/B.Tech in marine/aeronautic engineering. After engineering from any best institute you will be find high payed jobs not in India but in the world also or after engineering you may pursue for an MBA from IIMs or an M. Tech from IITs both provide magnificent jobs which are high salary jobs.

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what are career options after completing 12 with pcm with 60% marks
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i am passed in 12th with p.c.m. My p.c.m. Percentage is 92.66% and total percentage is 87.8% form u.p. Board and i want to good job now .so how can i get a good job?
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i want to job with gud salary how can i find it
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i secure 83% marks in 12th cbse board having subjects pcm with english and physical education .
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i have decided to do bsc in botany??? what jobs would i get after completing my degree??? plz inform the salary package with it????
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sir,
i have 60% in cbse and 50% in pcm
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sir i have passed 12th eith pcm in 2012 and then i go for bsc math but now i have decided to make future in medical but i dont have bio in 12th and i want to appear in ipu mmbs entrance exam now plz suggest me wht can i do for this ??
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I am Sagar Shukla . I belong to medium class and want to do that couse which will give me a chance in which i can get minimum salary of 30000Rs per month due to some finencial issues i can't spent enough money on my studies also . so i just want to know that course should i do which will be cheap & best for me. i am 12 th passed by 85% from pcm also good in computer. plz suggest me the best....
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What are the options of getting jobs after b.sc(H) maths in goverment sector having income more than 60 thousand??
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