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30th May 2015 09:24 PM
maybach
Re: Is it possible for me to switch over to medical if I have done 12th with PCM in CBSE?

No, after PCM you cannot switch to the medical line.
The foremost condition for undergoing to any medical course is that

- You have to pass the intermediate from a recognized board in India with PCB as your compulsory subjects.

Since you do not fulfill this condition, so we are very sorry to tell you that you are not eligible for the admission in any medical college.

But after PCM, if you are interested towards this line then you can opt for the courses like-
- B.pharma
- B.agriculture
etc.

These courses have also very good scope in India.
30th May 2015 09:04 PM
Effort Never Dies
Re: Is it possible for me to switch over to medical if I have done 12th with PCM in CBSE?

No dear it is not possible to switch over to medical courses with PCM subjects in your 10+2. But there is a Chance to go for some courses which are related to Medical streams.

Like here we are providing you the courses which are related to Medical stream with PCM in your 12th.

<> Bio Technology

<> Chemical Engineering

<> B.Pharma

So you can apply for these courses with PCM in your 12th. You have a chance to apply for above courses with PCM subjects.

Hope you will get the required information about your query. And there is another option like you can restart your 12th with BiPC subjects.

So this is completely depends on your decision.
30th May 2015 08:32 PM
kaushikprince
Re: Is it possible for me to switch over to medical if I have done 12th with PCM in CBSE?

No, it is not possible for any students to make their career in field of medical science of he/she has completed 10+2 examination with Physics,Chemistry and Mathematic.
To make career in field of medical science , it is compulsory for the students to have Biology as a subject in 10+2 then only he can pursue for higher studies in medical field.

So, if you are determimed to make career in field of medical science then you need to take admission in 10+2 with Physics,Chemistry and Biology .
30th May 2015 08:07 PM
vanisunshine.vani
Re: Is it possible for me to switch over to medical if I have done 12th with PCM in CBSE?

You can not do medical course being in non-science group(MPC).

In order to do medical course one must have science back ground i.e biology,physics,chemistry in 12th board.

If you want to medicine,yoy should have take BiPC stream.
30th May 2015 07:56 PM
Blessmegod
Re: Is it possible for me to switch over to medical if I have done 12th with PCM in CBSE?

Sorry to let you know that there is no possible way by which you can opt for any medical course after doing your 12th Mathematics , Chemistry and Mathematics as your main subjects as the minimum requirement for opting any medical course is Biology as main subjects in your 12th .

If you have done well in your 12th with Mathematics then there is no need to of changing the stream to Biology as Mathematics has very good scopes in the future .

But if you are keen to pursue the medical course then you will have to reappear in your class 12th with Science stream with Physics , Chemistry and Biology as your main subjects which would result in a loss of one year of your academics .
30th May 2015 06:53 PM
kumarpower2003
Is it possible for me to switch over to medical if I have done 12th with PCM in CBSE?

I have passed +2 Non Medical ( Physics, Chemistry & Math) from CBSE. Can I switch over to medical if yes what will be the procedure. What should be done now? Is there any explicit steps which I need to follow? Which medical course I can apply for?

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