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    What to do after B.Sc with PCM?

    hello
    this year i will complete bsc whith pcm
    what can i do after that
    can i have any job




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    anamikasen
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    Re: What to do after B.Sc with PCM?

    Hi,
    Well you have done a pretty good graduation so why worry about your future. If you had 60% or above in your graduation, then getting a job in good corporate sectors or MNCs like TCS or CTS or IBM or Accenture will be easier for you. But the thing remains that you have to clear the online or written aptitude tests, especially if you sit for TCS aptitude test then you will have to be good in Mathematics(in almost all domain that you have passed through in your higher secondary) to crack it. To sit through the campus placement procedure you need to contact your TPO immediately to know when your college will be hosting teh campus recruitment procedure and which all companies are going to come there.
    But if you did not have 60% or above or 55% or above, then it is better to do M.Sc. and then opt for jobs. Then in M.Sc. you must score well to crack it into the companies or government sectors. Again the same story comes that you must clear the aptitude tests and the subsequent interviews to make it into the companies. Good Luck.




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    bat man
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    Re: What to do after B.Sc with PCM?

    Hello friend

    You can do post graduation courses after completing B.Sc PCM
    The courses you can do are
    M.Sc Physics
    M.Sc maths
    M.Sc chemistry
    M.Sc Applied Physics
    M.Sc Applied Chemistry
    M.Sc Applied Maths etc

    Even you can apply for MBA courses

    You can get jobs in sectors like

    Defence
    DRDO
    DAE
    ISRO etc

    You can get posts of

    IAS
    IPS
    Railways etc after passing UPSC exams

    You can do M.Tech after completing M.Sc

    all the best

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    Sunny46
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    Re: What to do after B.Sc with PCM?

    Hello,
    Yes you can continue with the furhter studies or you can get a job

    If you go for further studies you can do Msc and subjects you can choose any as your specialization course

    ie. Maths, Physics or chemistry and you can look for jobs like in th market

    1.As a Professors

    2.As a scientist

    3.Bank PO etc

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    Balkrishna@123
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    Re: What to do after B.Sc with PCM?

    ***Careear after BSc with PCM***

    Option avilable after BSc in PCM. Although you can get job in any manufacturing unit or factory as a BSc graduate with average pay scale of 10 to 14 thousend but I will advice to continue your studies. Acadmicly you can go for folowing coarses.
    1 MSc.
    2 MBA
    3 ME
    4 BE direct 2nd year.
    Also you can go for entrence exam like.
    1 IAS
    2 IPS
    3 MPSC exams
    4 NDA exam
    5 IAF airmen exam.
    6 Indian navy artificer apprentices exam.
    7 SSC exam

    Good luck

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    Anuradha M.S
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    Re: What to do after B.Sc with PCM?

    Hi,
    You can do:
    -job as a teacher in shools.
    -M.Sc in physics.
    -M.Sc in chemistry.
    -M.Sc in maths.
    -M.Phill in maths.
    All the best

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    Re: What to do after B.Sc with PCM?

    i hv got 57per.marks in b.sc n i want 2join defence s delhi or up police.what should i do?!!plz inform me

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    Re: What to do after B.Sc with PCM?

    i have completed bsc in pcm ... i want to do msc in petrochemical ... so what to do ..... where these colleges are in karnataka.???

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    Re: What to do after B.Sc with PCM?

    I have complete bsc in pcm..what can i do after bsc

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    Re: What to do after B.Sc with PCM?

    i do not want to do msc after bsc pcm can i do mcais it will be good for me

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