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    Course options for B.Sc (Physics, Chemistry and Maths) students?

    hello
    what are the courses after B.Sc. {physics,chemistry,maths}





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    Chinmay Bhat
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    Re: Course options for B.Sc (Physics, Chemistry and Maths) students?

    Hello, There are many courses after B.sc. But Choose the course which are you interested in!
    If you wish to continue with science itself then you may choose Msc in either physics,maths or chemistry or related branches as per your interest.
    If you had computer science in your +2 Level a satisfy the eligibility criteria of the university, then you can do MCA too.
    you even have options to do MBA, CA(Charted accountant) , MSW(Master of social work), etc.
    Wish you Good Luck!




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    SAIKIRAN THOUTU
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    Re: Course options for B.Sc (Physics, Chemistry and Maths) students?

    There are various career options for you after completing B.Sc with Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics (PCM) such as-

    Biotechnology

    Forensic Science

    Merchant Navy

    Hotel Management

    Animation

    Master of Computer Application (MCA)

    Architecture

    Finance

    Fashion Designing

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    neha1994
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    Re: Course options for B.Sc (Physics, Chemistry and Maths) students?

    There are lot of career option after you complete your B.sc.
    Some of these are:
    1.Jobs:You can get a job after B.sc. in private companies.Based on your universities and colleges placement companies hires you.You can get a job package of 3-6 lakhs P.A
    2.Higher studies:To get a better job with a better package, You can go for higher studies such as:
    • M.sc.
    • MBA
    • MCA
    • MSW
    after this you can do M.phil to be recruited as professor in various colleges and universities.You can earn up to 1 lakhs per month and more...
    3.civil services:You can prepare for the civil services exams such as IAS,IPS and even for SSC exams.
    4.Banking jobs:You can make a career in banking too.You can apply for clerk jobs, PO jobs and managers jobs etc.
    I hope this information will help you!!
    All the best!!

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    anamikasen
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    Re: Course options for B.Sc (Physics, Chemistry and Maths) students?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    hello
    what are the courses after B.Sc. {physics,chemistry,maths}
    Hello there,
    if you ask me, then right now, instead of going for any further courses you should take up a job that comes your way. Just give interview in as many companies that you get a chance, and as many with whose graduation cut-off scores you can comply. Among them choose the company which best suits your preferences and obviously the one that chooses you as their employee. In this procedure while you are at your job do some technical workshops. At least two to three good workshops will help enhance your career and knowledge. You will get such workshops at different conferences held in different parts of country. Next year one such conference is to be held in Mumbai. For the information and enrollment workshops being held there please mail at tsrathor@ee.iitb.ac.in. After you are settled in your job for a few years go for an M.S. course in abroad. this is an international course that aims at upgrading people's career to a huge extent. So think about what I said.

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    creed
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    Re: Course options for B.Sc (Physics, Chemistry and Maths) students?

    Hi friend
    There are lots of courses which you can be apply after finishing your b com . let me tell you in detail so if you wants to continue your studies for higher level that you are able to apply for that m con which is a 2 year post graduation course and if you wants to be go in the management filed then you are also eligible to apply for the mba course it is also a 2 year of course. So my suggestion is to you that you will take the admission in the mba course because now days the demand of the mba candidates are suddenly increase.
    All the best

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