Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)
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Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) or B.S. is one of the most popular academic degree courses among the science students after class 12th. The duration of B.Sc. degree course ranges from 3 years to 5 years, depending upon the country in which you are studying for eg. In India the course is generally of 3 years whereas in Argentina the course duration is 5 years.
The B.Sc. degree course is a graduate degree course in Science; this can be a part-time or full-time course. This course forms the basis of science and comprises of the subjects like physics, chemistry, biology, zoology and mathematics.
With the advancements in the area of science and technology, this programme has become a one of the highly studied degree course in the Institutions of India.
After the completion of the B.Sc degree there are various options available for the science students, they can go for master degree in Science i.e. M.Sc, go in a research area and can even look for professional job oriented courses. Often, in some reputed universities or colleges in India and abroad the students are recruited directly by big MNC’s after their completion of the course.
Courses & Duration
There are a wide range of courses available for the students in the Science stream. The students may go for a plain B.Sc or he might choose B.Sc. (honors). The students who are interested in the computer and information technology field can go for B.Sc. (Computer Science/IT).
Students who have an academic background of science at 10+2 level, they can pursue B.Sc programme in various branches.
The B.Sc. degree course is classified in to two categories as mentioned below:
1. Simple B.Sc. Course: These courses include the traditional B.Sc. courses. These are mentioned below:
- B.Sc. (PCM)
- B.Sc. (Physics)
- B.Sc. (Chemistry)
- B.Sc. (Maths)
- B.Sc. (Zoology)
- B.Sc. (Statistics)
- B.Sc. (Botany)
- B.Sc. (Home Science)
2. Professional B.Sc. Courses: The professional B.Sc. courses cover the professional job oriented courses these include:
- BSc (Agriculture)
- BSc (Animation)
- B.Sc. (Aquaculture)
- B.Sc. (Aviation)
- B.Sc. (Biochemistry)
- B.Sc. (Bioinformatics)
- B.Sc. (Computer Science)
- B.Sc. (Dietetics)
- B.Sc. (Electronic)
- B.Sc. (Fashion Technology)
- B.Sc. (Food Technology)
- B.Sc. (Forensic Science)
- B.Sc. (Forestry)
- B.Sc. (Medical Technology)
- B.Sc. (Microbiology)
- B.Sc. (Multimedia)
- B.Sc. (Nautical Science)
- B.Sc. (Nursing)
- B.Sc. (Nutrition)
- B.Sc. (Physiotherapy)
- B.Sc. (Psychology)
- B.Sc. (Genetics)
- B.Sc. (Information Technology)
- B.Sc. (Interior Design)
Students, those opt for any of the given fields will have the opportunity to find good jobs in both public and private sectors .
- The admission to the various B.Sc. courses are done on the basis of qualifying class 12th examinations in (PCM/B ) stream.
- Candidates must have passed/appearing in the class 12th can apply for the B.Sc programmes as per their choice and preference.
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The admission to the B.Sc courses is based on Class 12th percentage. Some universities also conduct their entrance exam for admission.
Some professional B.Sc. courses like fashion technology, interior design, multimedia, animation allow the students of other stream (other than science) to take admission.
There are various colleges which offer 3 to 5 years Bachelor of Science (B.Sc) programme. Each college has different admission procedure for this programme. They give admission on the basis of the merit of Class 12th.
Some public and private college also conducts examinations for the admission to various B.Sc. degree courses.
PG Courses After B.Sc
B.Sc graduates have a wide variety of options available in terms of topics, subjects, & field . They have an option to pursue a post graduation degree in their respective field. Students can also join non-science master degree courses such as animation, management, journalism, computer technology, etc after the completion of B.Sc degree.
Career & Jobs:
Just like an academic courses, students who have a B.Sc degree also have an excellent employment opportunities. Jobs for B.Sc graduates are not just restricted in the field of science but also they can explore others areas like management, engineering, law etc.
After the completion of the B.Sc course, students can work in various areas which include both science & non-science fields.
The job opportunities available for the students are not only great in terms of salary package, but also a satisfying job experience.
There are various opportunities available for the students after B.Sc. the students can go in a research field, in some colleges the students are recruited directly by the big organizations at a very good salary package, some professional B.Sc. courses like animation and IT open the door of animation and IT industry for the graduates, the other professional B.Sc. field also have vast career opportunities.
Apart from the research jobs, students can also work or get jobs in Marketing, Business & Other technical fields. Science graduates also recruited in the bank sector to work as customer service executives. Students can also find employment in government sectors.
- Scientific Assistant
- Research analyst
- Technical Writer/Editor
- Clinical Research Manager
Employment Areas for B.Sc graduates
- Educational Institutes
- Space Research Institutes
- Health Care Providers
- Pharmaceuticals and Biotechnology Industry
- Chemical Industry
- Environmental Management and Conservation
- Forensic Crime Research
- Research Firms
- Testing Laboratories
- Geological Survey Departments
- Wastewater Plants
- Forest Services
- Oil Industry
A graduation degree in science will allow the students to learn, work and get jobs not only in India but also in abroad.
The salary of an individual in this field depends in which field he is working; some professional B.Sc. courses like IT and Computer Science have very good scope and pays handsome salary to the deserving students. The starting salary in this field may range from Rs. 15,000 to Rs. 30,000.
After gaining a good experience in a respective field, student may earn Rs. 60,000 to 80, 000 per month.
Books & Study Materials
Here, we have listed the best books for Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) education:
Basic Physical Chemistry, A Complete Introduction on Bachelor of Science Level by Dr Wolfgang Schärtl
B.Sc. Physics Practical – I by Agrawal, Jain & Sharma
Mathematics for Degree Students for B.Sc. 1st Year by Mittal P.K.
Physics for Degree Students B.Sc. First Year by Arora C.L.
Chemistry for Degree Students by Madan R.L.
A Textbook of Oscillations, Waves And Acoustics by Dr. D. Bhattacharya & Dr. M. Ghosh
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