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If you are born as a SON to your family, thee shalt be none other than Engineer.
If you are born as a DAUGHTER, thee can be Only a doctor or an Engineer.
Huh, the Patriarch society we live in. One should teach them that thee shalt browse more options for your son and daughter so that there could be better progress of India. Or else, there may come a time when our cricket team for the 2050thyear will consist of Engineers and Doctors that are Alumnus from IITs and AIIMS.
Hence we are bringing to you the promising career availabilities after doing B.Sc. from different courses. Make your father read the following career scope because we know that you are a Frog but we also know that you have proficiencies to jump out of the well.
1) For Every Science Courses:
NET Exam: National Eligibility Test, which is conducted by UGC-CSIR twice in a year, is an immediate path to become a Lecturer in any Govt. recognised institutes after pursuing M.Sc. in related field. The eligibility for NET exam has been lowered from this year to Graduates only from Honours Courses.
Defence:Various Defence exams like AFCAT and CDS never longed an Engineer or a Doctor. As an alternative, they pay a hefty salary that hardly any private institute would offer after 4-5 years of exhaustive iron Scrubbing.
UPSC EXAMS: There are numerous exams from UPSC in which Graduates from Non-professional courses are eligible. So again they don’t want Engineers and Doctors to run their country. Uncle, are you reading, huh?
2) For B.Sc. PHYSICS Students
There are those wide ranges of opportunity after B.Sc. in Physics that uncle may need toelongate the screen length resolutions to see all the opportunities at once, Ha!
a)One can be a Laboratory Technician in any research Laboratory.
b)A range of technical jobs like radiation monitoring, electrical power plant operator, scientific instrument operator. Meteorology department is also wide open for students pursuing B.Sc. Physics.
c)One can go into the Research field to explore more about the areas of their interest.
d) One can also appear in JAM exam for doing post graduate in IITs fromastrophysics, allied physics and physics.
e) One can join BARC as a scientific assistance.
f) One can pursue MSc in Material Science, which is expected to Bloom out in near future
g) JEST exam is also conducted by some 15 research institutes for Integrated PhD which have an exceptionally bright career following.
3) For B.Sc. CHEMISTRY Students
Similarly as in Physics, there is a multiplicity of career available for Chemistry students. Most of the productionstoday use the chemicals in everything like in food produces, drugs, and electronic products or in construction. Hence there comes the bright career for chemistry graduates as they have deep knowledge of composition of chemicals.
a) One can apply in the government laboratories, universities or colleges and the industries (mainly chemical and pharmaceutical).
b) One can go for Ph.D. in Chemistry for the senior positions in research.
c) One can apply in the oil, gas and power sector companies after graduation in Chemistry.
d) B.Sc. Chemistry graduates can also go for the short term courses. Many short term courses offer them to get into a job easily. One of such courses that can be chosen after B.Sc. Chemistry is Post-Graduate Diploma in Analytical Chemistry (PGDAC).
e) There are several specializations in the field of chemistry from which a student can choose for their higher studies, i.e. in the master degree courses. The options for higher studies are
4) For B.Sc. Mathematics Students
Being a Mathematics Honours’ student, I can tell you the genuine Pros and Cons of doing Maths (H). If you have zeal of learning the real concepts of sequence and series, power series or set theory, go for it. If you have an inner voice that you can learn hundreds of proof of theorems that were discovered by great some mathematicians in their jawani time, go for it. Nonetheless, if you want to enjoy mathematics at core, go for it.
a) One can crack ANY kind of aptitude test after pursuing Mathematics because the aptitude of student after pursuing Mathematics (H) is transformed in such a way that one finds it easy to solve problems in much less significant time.
b) One can go in Bank as Probationary officer or Clerk.
c) One can pursue Actuarial Science, which relatively has a bright scope ahead in insurance companies.
d) One can go for Post-graduation in following subjects
e) One can pursue integrated MS-Ph.D. in Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science offered by IISC Bangalore.
There are numerous of Courses that are offered by University of Delhi and many other prestigious Universities like Bachelor of Science – Mathematical Sciences, Bachelor of Science [Honours] – Comp. Science, Bachelor of Science [Honours] – Physics /Chemistry / Botany / Zoology / Anthropology /Geology / Home Science / Bio-Medical Science /Bio-Chemistry/ Microbiology / Electronics /Biological Sciences / Polymer Sciences, Bachelor of Science – Physical Sciences / LifeSciences / Applied Physical Sciences / AppliedLife Sciences, Bachelor of Applied Science [Honours]–Instrumentation / Food Technology, Bachelor of Science (Pass) – Home Science.
There are so many options to choose from. There is a unique and upbeat career opportunity waiting for you.There are countless courses to choose from.
Ha! And they say that Beggars can’t be Choosers!