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    Career opportunity for BSc Mathematics

    Looking out for career opportunities after BSc Mathematics? Wondering how to search for a job? Find advice from experts on this page.

    I have recently completed my graduation in Mathematics with above 85 percentage. I am interested to do job related to Maths and Computers. I am from west side of Tamil Nadu. I don't know how to choose job.
    Which is the best field suitable for me?
    Experts: do provide guidance.
  • #138392
    BSc Mathematics is a graduation degree. In case the author is interested in a computer related career, then he may opt for completing MCA course from a reputed institution.

    The eligibility criteria for admission in MCA course in some of the educational institutions is as follows -
    1. Aligarh Muslim University - 55% in graduation with maths at graduation level.
    2. Anna University, Chennai - pass in graduation with maths at 10+2 level or graduation level.
    3. Andhra University MCA (ICET) - pass in graduation with maths at 10+2 level or graduation level.
    4. Cochin University of Science and Technology - 55% in graduation with maths at graduation level.

    Regarding career in the mathematics field, the author may complete M.Sc. in mathematics followed by clearing NET examination in case interested in the teaching career. Also, the author can appear in various competitive examinations in which a graduation degree is the eligibility criteria.

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  • #138423
    There are two ways of taking up Mathematics in the graduation - level. The first option being taking up this subject along with other two subjects such Physics and Chemistry and the other way is to choose the same for honours level so that the aspirants get a degree of B.Sc( Honours) in Mathematics.
    There are varied options after this degree such as taking up computer course known as MCA - the duration of the same is three years, and the other area is the stastistics where you can persue your Masters - degree and the third option is the applied Mathematics where you can prove your worth as a scientist in the central Government.
    If interested as a teacher in a high school, you can take up by acquiring B.Ed course so as to be eligible for permanent teacher.
    For the career of Lecturership, after your M.Sc in Mathematics you can appear for the NET test so that you can take up the career of Lecturership.
    You may choose any one as indicated above and each will offer you a promising career.
    In case of your persuasion for MCA, ensure that the institution is the distinguished one so that you are selected in the campus - interview.

  • #138504
    A student of Mathematics has various career options available for him/her. From your percentage it can be assumed that you have real depth in higher Mathematics, so you can go for any of these options according to your own inclination.

    If you want to appear in various competitive examinations for Government jobs, you are on equal footing with students of other subject. However, a student of Mathematics automatically gets more advantage in objective type competitive examinations because of his/her logical deduction ability which gradually develops during study of Mathematics. I am telling this from my personal experience as a student of Mathematics.

    If you want to pursue higher studies in Mathematics, you will get this facility (higher study in Mathematics) in almost all Universities of India. You can study Mathematics at Master's level and Doctoral level in IITs and ISIs also. After completion of higher studies, you may join teaching profession as a lecturer in a college or as a teacher in a school.

    In addition, as a student of Mathematics, you can also join the profession of Actuary and can also study Computer Programming. Actuarial Science is an extremely challenging assignment for good students of Mathematics. It uses mathematical, probability and statistical models for calculating life expectancy and insurance premia.

    Best of luck!

    Beware! I question everything and everybody.

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