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    What is the career of Science Student after 12?

    I am Neha Mittal from Modi Nagar (U.P.) I am student of 12th class from Science Side .Which type of Vocation Courses and Study I can do ? after passout 12th class.
  • #70429
    As you are well aware, you can go for engineering branches, medical stream or degree courses. You may also opt for bca or study statistics at Indian statistical institute. The emerging trends are pharmacy and chemical engineering. You could also study for a software tester job. There are limitless options for you.

  • #70473
    After 12th you can go for below streams.

    1) BSC: In Mathematics, Chemistry ,Biology, Physics, Computer Science, IT
    2) BCS (Bachelor of computer science)
    3) BCA (Bachelor of computer Application)
    4) BE/B TECH(Bachelor of Engineering/Technology)
    5) B Pharm / D Pharm
    6) Medical
    7) Dental
    8) Veterinary Doctor

  • #71119
    helo seema madam,here are some cource that you can go for it after 12
    10+2 std, standard in Science Stream section. What to do after 12th, 10+2 Science? This is the biggest question in 12th class/ hsc students mind today. There are many graduation, professional diploma and degree courses and career options available to students after 12th std class for science, biology, non medical and computer science stream like diplomas and bachelor degrees like B.Sc, B.E, B.Tech, MBBS, BHM, BCA, hotel management, engineering, medical, computers, etc. Here you can explore list of top and best careers & courses after 12th science, non medical, biology and courses after 10+2 for science students, graduation courses, diploma and degree science courses in Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore, Chennai, Chandigarh, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, Jaipur, Pune, India.

    B.C.A. SRM University, Chennai, India
    B.C.A. Guru Nanak College, Chennai, India
    B.C.A. Vels University, Chennai, India
    B.D.S A J Institute of Dental Sciences, Mangalore, India
    B.D.S A.M.E's Dental College and Hospital, Raichur, India
    B.D.S M. A. Rangoonwala College of Dental Sciences & Research Centre, Pune, India
    B.D.S Maulana Azad Medical College, Delhi/NCR, India
    B.D.S Adesh Institute of Dental Sciences & Research, Bathinda, India
    B.E ( Information Technology) Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology (NSIT) , Delhi/NCR, India
    B.E ( Manufacturing Processes and Automation Engineering) Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology (NSIT) , Delhi/NCR, India
    B.E (Aeronautical Engineering) PEC University of Technology (Formerly PEC), Chandigarh, India
    B.E (Aeronautical Engineering) PSN College of Engineering and Technology, Tirunelveli, India
    B.E (Applied Marine Information Technology and Communitcation) Academy of Maritime Education & Training (AMET University), Chennai, India
    B.E (Automobile Engineering) Aarupadai Veedu Institute of Technology (AVIT) , Kanchipuram, India
    B.E (Bio-Medical Engineering) PSNA College of Engineering and Technology (PSNACET), Dindigul, India
    B.E (Biotechnology) Aarupadai Veedu Institute of Technology (AVIT) , Kanchipuram, India
    B.E (Civil Engineering) MVSR Engineering College, Hyderabad, India
    B.E (Civil Engineering) Karunya School of Engineering, Coimbatore, India
    B.E (Civil Engineering) Mepco Schlenk Engineering College, Sivakasi , India
    B.E (Computer Sc. & Engineering) Mepco Schlenk Engineering College, Sivakasi , India.
    and this are the some of the name of colleges and their location,so that you can easily locate to that place where you would like to go..

    vidyanand prasad

  • #71193
    Oh! I don't know why you asking this question?

    A big door education opens for science students, You are welcomed by all fields of education provided you have good academic record.

    There are various engineering degrees to excel, in your interesting fields i.e. computer science and engineering, information science, gives degrees in computer technology, Electrical and electronics engineering, Electronics and communication engineering are there to show talent in electrical and electronics.

    Mechanical engineering and allied branches are not restricted for women now a days. Many girl students offer Mechanical engineering and got success in that.

    The civil engineering and allied branch architecture are giving new dimension to the construction technology. The students have opportunity to show lot of creativity nowadays and also can earn handsome money.

    There are number of other branches like, chemical, textile, industrial production, communication, etc.

    If you don't want engineering go for bachelor of science (B.Sc) courses. There are number of combination, like PCM. PMS, PMCs, PME, EMCs. After that you have opportunity to become a teacher if you finished B.Ed. If not you can attend for competition examinations, to hold first division clerical post, of any administrative post of states and country (KAS and IAS).

    Otherwise after completion of BSc, you can join MSc course after successful completion of MSc, you can work as lecturer or go for Research. There various labs like IISc and various IITs to encourage research and they offer good amount of fellowship also.

    If you are interested in Management you can also join MBA after B.Sc. so that you can excel in management activity of Business firm.

  • #71261
    Hi Neha,

    I can help you in chalking out a successful education path. But, you will have to add a little more about your choices so that we both can work together and find a good path for you to choose from. To start with can you tell me the three areas or subjects which you are most interested in(remember there is a big difference in Interested subject and the subject you scored highest marks!)eg. In your exams, you scored highest in maths/ Permutations and combinations. But, you are interested in may be biology, in biology may be Learning or knowing more about Chromosome theory of inheritance or populations and ecological adaptations makes you happier. Think about it very carefully and add in your answer.

    How others treat you is their Karma,how you react is yours!

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