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BSC(Bachelor Of Science)
When it comes to choosing a graduation course after Class XII, Bachelor of Science (BSc) is one of
the most common options selected by students. BSc is an undergraduate course offered at almost
all universities in India. Students with an academic qualification of Class XII can pursue BSc course
in different branches.
Bachelor of Science (BSc) offers theoretical as well as practical knowledge about different subject
areas. These subject areas usually include any one of the main Science fields (Physics, Chemistry,
and Biology) and other fields depending on the specialisation a student opts.
Pursuing a BSc course is most beneficial for students who have a strong interest and background in
Science and Mathematics. The course is also beneficial for students who wish to pursue multi and
inter-disciplinary science careers in future. BSc General course is designed to provide foundation
knowledge of Science subject to students. It usually focuses on all major subjects of Science.
Some of the Subjects available in Bachelor of Science
- Computer Science.
- Environmental Science.
Duration & Eligibility
The duration of B.Sc. is 3 years, which is divided into 6 semesters.
The minimum eligibility criteria for this course is as follows:
Candidates must obtain 50%-60% aggregate marks in 10+2 examination with
Mathematics as one of the subjects.
- Usually, the universities require only the best 4 subject marks to be included in the
50%-60% criteria, but mathematics must be one of those subjects.
- Subjects are preferred based on the stream which is selected by the students.
Career & Jobs
The Job Opportunities For B.Sc Graduates
- Educational Institutes
- Space Research Institutes
- Testing Laboratories
A BSc Undergraduate Can Become
- Technical Writer/Editor
- Clinical Research Manager
Graduates in this field can opt for different roles including: biosecurity researcher,
agricultural scientist, astronomer, environmental policy maker, ecologist, hydrologist, Nano
scientist, food chemist, mathematician, psychologist, nutritionist, soil scientist, plant
geneticist, veterinarian etc.
Professionals of this course can work in related areas which are:
- Food industry
- Natural resources
- Science journalism
- Information technology
- Diagnostic laboratories
- Analytic laboratories
- Aquaculture management
- Fisheries resource management
Many broad arrays of job opportunities in this field include schools and colleges, welfare
organizations, hospitals, apparel merchandising, fashion journalism, restaurants, service
sectors, cafeterias and counselling.