Do you know a Bachelor of Science? Yes, you know its because it is the best option for a student who wants to make their career-making Science stream. It is also the first option for science stream students who want to become a teacher but still if you don’t know what is B.Sc., this blog post is only for you.
Everyone loves science, especially children who have a lot of love for science and they like to read and learn more about science.
That’s why most of the students choose the science stream after passing 10th, although the science stream is given to children who score very well in the 10th, yet the number of students who pass 12th from the science stream is very high.
After passing the 12th, students have the first option of B.Sc, so today, in this post, we will discuss the details about B.Sc, so let’s start.
Let’s find it….
- What is B.Sc. (Bachelor of Science)?
- TOP 10 colleges of B.Sc. in India
- Fees structure
- After B.Sc. jobs.
What is B.Sc.(Bachelor of Science)?
BSSC is a graduation degree course related to the science stream, which you can do after passing 12th from the system, it is full form Bachelor of Science.
In BSc, you get all the trades related to the science stream, out of which you can choose any trade of your choice.
After doing B.Sc, you can also work as a teacher because most of the theory is studied in B.Sc, you have very little chance to do practicals in it.
This is a science stream related graduation degree course, therefore, to do this course, the candidate must have the following qualifications.
- Candidate must have ten plus two from the Science stream.
- It is mandatory to have at least 50% marks not only about the candidate.
B.Sc is a graduation degree course that is 3 years in full. Each year is divided into 2 semesters, thus the entire course consists of 6 semesters.
In BSc, the exams are conducted in the last year of every year but some colleges also conduct semester wise exams.
TOP 10 colleges of B.Sc. in India
- Madras Christian College (MCC), Chennai
- Fergusson College, Pune
- ST Stephen’s college, new Delhi
- Loyola College, Chennai
- ST Xavier’s College, Mumbai
- Christ University, Bangalore
- The oxford college of science (TOCS), Bangalore
- Sattela moris college, Chennai
- Hans Raj College (HRC), new Delhi
- Ramjas college, new Delhi
B.Sc. There are two types of entry into –
Mostly 80% of the colleges in BSc direct admission, so you can get admission through a personal interview by going to the college in which you have to take admission.
But keep in mind that not all colleges or universities directly apply for admissions.
To give admission in B.Sc, different colleges or universities do their entrance exam.
You can take admission by appearing in the entrance examination conducted by the college or university in which you want to get admission and achieve good marks.
BSC fees depend entirely on the college and university, although the fees of BSC in government colleges are much lower than in private colleges compared to private colleges, but if you talk about average fish So it will be something like this
- Basic College 5000-20000
- Top colleges 20,000-70, 000
B.Sc. There are a lot of trades, so here are some trades that you can read.
B.Sc. Honors –
This trade of B.Sc is very famous in our country, about 50% of the students doing B.Sc in our country complete their B.Sc graduation degree from this trade.
In this course, you have to choose three subjects, in which physics and chemical science are required. You can choose one of the subjects in mathematics and biology.
B.Sc. IT –
This is a graduate degree course related to one related to information technology, its full form is Bachelor of Science in Information Technology.
In this course you get the opportunity to study about machine learning and modern technology.
B.Sc. CS –
Its full form is Bachelor of Science in Computer Science. This course relates to the computer stream quite a lot. In this course you get the opportunity to study all the important topics related to computer.
This course is similar to Bachelor of Computer Streams degree B.C.A.
According to my, if you want to do teaching in the computer field then this course can prove to be the best for you.
As the name suggests, in this course, in the course you are taught in detail on all the topics related to chemistry.
If you too, like most students, have an interest in physics, then you can do this course, you can do this course, because almost all the topics of physics are studied in detail in this course.
B.Sc. N S
The biggest problem facing us today is saving the environment.
If you too have a love for nature and want to get to know nature closely, then you can do this course, you can, you can, you can.
Its full form is Bachelor of Science in Natural Science.
If you have a lot of interest in electronic gadgets and machines and your interest is in the field of electronics, then you can do this course. The full form is a Bachelor of Science in electronic and communication
Note – As you know that all these trades belong to BSC only, so like BSc Honor, all these trains are also 3 years old.
After B.Sc. jobs.
- Medical industries
- Research lab
- Pharmaceutical companies
- Academic and education institution
- Brand casting
- Research and development
- Data communication
- Private sector electronics
- Banking industries
- Accounting and finance
You must read- What is M.Sc. all about? Very popular PG Degree in India.
B.Sc is a graduation degree course in which intensive study is done in both theory and practice related to the science stream. This course has all subjects and trades related to the science stream available.
You can choose the subject or trade you want to do B.Sc.
However, if we discuss the common subject of BSC, then they are…..
- Computer science
- Information Technology
Yes, if you want to do MBA (Master in Business Assistant) after doing B.Sc then you can because you have to graduate from any subject or stream to do MBA
First and second-year BSC students cannot apply for AFCAT but third-year students can apply for the AFCAT exam in-ground Duty position.
According to me, BSC students cannot apply for MTech and must do B.Tech to do M.Tech.
Although BSc students can do MSc Computer Science and MCA.
Yes, if your interest is from Computer Science, then you can do B.Sc. in Computer Science
But according to me, if you want to become a teacher in computer stream or want to do MSc then you can do B.Sc in Computer Science
If you want to work after graduation, you can do BSc Computer Science Alternative BCA
The Civil Engineering Department of BSC gives you the opportunity to do well in areas like planning, design, and management of civil infrastructure and service systems.
After doing that, you get a job in the civil engineering department easily.
If your interest is in animation and gaming and you want to pursue a career in this field, then the BSc in Animation and Gaming course may prove to be the best for you.
In this course you get the opportunity to study in detail about computer designing and animation.
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