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    Which course has better scope between B.Sc (Maths) and B.Sc (Physics)?

    hello sir/mam
    is bsc math good or physics





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    prasannakumar.nair
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    Re: Which course has better scope between B.Sc (Maths) and B.Sc (Physics)?

    hi guest,
    see both the fields are having their own importance , it up to u in which filed u want to go, Maths and physics they both have a vast stream
    for Maths:-
    you can do
    M.Sc.(Math) or M.Sc. (Hons) Math and later Ph.D Math or one can do MBA (Finance Management) or other related specialization.
    and get a good job in the corporate world
    For physics:-
    Physics graduates can find ample career openings both in public as well as private sector enterprises. They can apply for all governmental jobs that insist graduation as the basic qualification. One can find various opportunities in governmental organizations like DRDO, VSSC, ISRO, SSPL, etc.




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    sai214
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    Re: Which course has better scope between B.Sc (Maths) and B.Sc (Physics)?

    Re: Which course has better scope between B.Sc (Maths) and B.Sc (Physics)?


    Hi friend,

    I think both course are very good for B.Sc
    But my suggestion you can join for B.Sc Maths
    Because it is very easy for Maths students and job opportunities high for B.Sc maths candidates
    You can also get job easily in government or private sectors

    Thanks!!!
    all the best.................

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    Ridhi Guglani
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    Re: Which course has better scope between B.Sc (Maths) and B.Sc (Physics)?

    Both of them have good and equal scope.So choose that subject in which you have interest and have got good marks in +2 .
    Still if you are in a dilemma then go for b.sc maths because after b.sc maths if you feel to go for physics then you can enter physics field

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    pabolu manikanta
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    Re: Which course has better scope between B.Sc (Maths) and B.Sc (Physics)?

    hi Friend....

    dude bachelors of science in mathematics is also one of the bachelor degree course of study which is done for the 3 years full time course of study and there are many opportunities for the B.Sc Mathematics candidates they can take up many of the higher study options also which are also available for the B.Sc Mathematics candidates....

    some of the higher study options which are available for B.Sc Mathematics are
    M.Sc Maths
    Ph.d maths
    MCA maths
    MBA,etc...
    these are some of the higher study options which are also available for the candidates of B.Sc mathematics candidates...
    some of the sectors which are available for the B.Sc mathematics candidates are...
    >>software
    >>Marketing
    >>Insurance
    >>Research
    >>banking


    Bachelors of Physics are also having good prospects in the coming future and also present.there are also many higher study options which are also available for the B.Sc physics graduates.some of the higher study options are..
    M.Sc
    Ph.d
    these are some of the higher studies and also there are different job in different sectors of work such as the...
    >>researcher
    >>technician
    >>teacher
    >>Manager
    >>Scientist
    >>consulting physist
    >>proffesor
    >>Radiologist
    >>hhospitals,etc...
    you can take any of the course in which you have interest for...
    REGARDS:

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    heskunda
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    Re: Which course has better scope between B.Sc (Maths) and B.Sc (Physics)?

    hello friend
    both are good.based on intrest you can choose your subject
    on my view i think maths is good because by taking maths you can go for verity of jobs
    1.you can go for banking
    2.you can go for puc luctere
    3.you can go for B.tec Or BE luterer up to 2nd year
    i think thise information satisfied you .
    all the best......

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