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    Best career options after B.Sc.

    Are you searching for information on the career scope of a B.Sc. degree qualification? Check out the expert advice provided in the responses below.

    I have completed my B.Sc. degree. I would like to know what are the best career options after B.Sc.?
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  • To guide you more about your query you need to write in detail about your specification and interest you need to have a career. According to me B.Sc has vast career options. You can apply for teaching jobs, banking jobs based on your age. To assist you more I need to know your specialization. Government jobs you can apply if your having an age limit.

  • After B.Sc you can opt for bank clerk and officer posts. There are technical assistant posts in many universities and government laboratories where they opt for science graduates. You can try for those posts also. In Private schools they may offer you a teaching post also.
    My sincere advise to you is go for B.Ed., which is one year course. Even you can go for correspondence course also. Once you complete that you will have plenty of chances to get a teacher post in Government schools. This is very good as plenty of teacher posts will be coming in government sector. You may opt for private schools till you are selected in government schools.

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  • There are multiple options after passing B.Sc but one thing must be kept in mind that it must fulfil your passion and interest. To name a few options, I am enlisting a few choices which you may like to consider after your graduation-
    1) I see huge prospects in the Banking - jobs and since there exists enormous vacancies in the Banking sector because of retirement of a large number of officers and workers in the recent times calling for immediate absorption of the youths. You may take up a guidance from a reputed institution with respect to your preparation for the Banking jobs. To have such a valuable guidance would save your considerable time in almost all the sections of written test especially in Mathematics owing to valuable tips provided by the Institute.
    2) If you are serious for a Management - course, make an attempt to crack IIM with the expert guidance available from a number of renowned Institute. With your consistent labour and with the right guidance, you can have excellent percentile so as to secure admission in a coveted Institute.
    3) You may try for the Civil Services Examination if you have the inclination for the administrative service. You have to put a lot of efforts and preparation should be taken up in a consistent way.
    4) You may try for the State - Civil service so that you may qualify for BDO.
    5) If interested to go in teaching line go ahead for M.Sc and later acquire for B.Ed degree s that you maybe absorbed as a teacher in a Government High School. Otherwise, with the impressive marks in your M.Sc, you can take up the profession of Lecturership by completing PH.D course in due time.

  • One of the most important thing that you have to keep in your mind is what is your aptitude and what type of a job you will prefer. Meanwhile utilize your time in solving questions of general knowledge, logical reasoning, general mathematical numericals and other questions which are being asked in various examinations where a graduate person can apply. You can get the question papers in market or educational sites like ISC. This will help you at the time of actually attending an exam.

    If you have interest in teaching line you can do B Ed and apply for post of teacher in private or Govt colleges. Of course for Govt colleges you will have to appear for examination.
    If you have interest in computers and programming languages etc then better course for you will be to do some diploma in computer applications and then try for a job as there are lot of computerization and digitization works being undertaken in the industry.
    Another thing is apply for office assistant/clerk/front office executives in various organisations/banks either directly or through competitive exams.
    If you have some family backing in business you can think of joining it or starting at your own. Seeing the job position in market this is not a bad proposition.
    If you have aptitude for higher education join MSc and if you fare well you can think of joining PhD or can try for lecturership.
    There are many options but your inclination and how much effort and hard work you can do will decide the future prospects.
    Anyway we must do our efforts rigourously and results will be favourable.
    Best of luck.

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  • Please be more specific about your B.Sc. specialization. Here are your options.
    1. Post B.Sc. depends on your specialization, you can continue same in post graduation. Example M.Sc.
    2. Choose B.Ed. and go for teaching field.
    3. Prepare for Civil services examination of State and Central.
    4. Prepare for MBA entrance examination and do MBA.
    5. Foreign study doing MS in your area of specialization.
    6. Complete Chartered Accountant (CA) study, course and get certified.

    Right now it is all depend on what specialization you did so you can decide doing job or further studies.

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  • I think after BSC professional courses are best for career like MBA,MCA, Lot of people do B.Pharm , DPHarm if they are from biology BSC. Its good course if students are middle level but if you want to achieve high then go for more education like MSC.

    Foreign study MS is also a good option but not the best.

    Santosh Kumar Singh
    (Sr. Microsoft Dynamics Axapta Technical,Mumbai)

  • There are a number of good career options after B.Sc. To name a few: -
    1. If you are good at your subject, you can always go for higher studies. After masters' course, you can give NET (National Eligibility Test) exam. On qualifying it, you are eligible for applying for the post of assistant professor at various universities and colleges. Also, it makes you eligible for PhD course. On qualifying NET with a certain number of marks, you will also get stipend during your PhD. Further, there are coaching institutes which offer a very lucrative salary along with many perks. So, if you don't want to go for professor's job, you can go for these coaching institutes.
    2. UPSC is another very good option if you have the patience and determination to work hard regularly for a period of 1-2 years. After this hard work, life is really good. The income is really good along with many perks. The job is really respectable and you get lot of powers.
    3. SSC-CGL:- It stands for Staff Selection Commission-Combined graduate level examination. Through this, you can apply for various group B and group C posts. The important jobs through CGL are income tax inspector, central excise inspector, assistant audit officer, preventive officers etc. For more information, refer the official website
    4. Banking jobs:- you can apply for various government and private banks for many positions. Bank PO is one of such exams. It's a good job with a decent salary and other perks.
    5. Defense forces:- After B.Sc. you are eligible for exams like CDS, AFCAT etc through which you can enter the defense forces as an officer.
    6. MBA is also a good option. It should also be noted that if you opt for MBA, you would have to study something completely different. It's about management and thus is easy for the students with commerce background. While pursuing MBA, a students would have to put extra efforts.

    Don't sweat the small stuff and it's all small stuff.

  • Hi,
    You do not have specified about the specialization in your graduation. Also you do not have specified your percentage of marks at your graduation level. Although I am trying to answer your question. First you have to decide that will you study more or now join jobs as graduation is enough qualification to sit for any job, both in govt or private sector.
    If you have a passion for teaching jobs, then you complete your MSc. in that subject and then complete your BEd. degree. It will be enough for teaching jobs. Then seat for school service jobs. You can also complete your PhD degree which will be an added advantage for the college jobs.
    If you are interested to banking sector then you can sit for IBPS exam for clerical or PO cadre. Try to give such exam if you are really interested for banking career.
    If you are interested about management then you can sit for CAT or MAT exam. These exams gives you the provision to admission in the reputed B schools. After completion of MBA course you can get job in reputed MNC's.
    If you are interested towards administrative jobs then you sit for both UPSC civil services or state civil services exam.
    SSC CGL exam is another good career option for you if you are really interested to them.

  • Your query is incomplete as you have not mentioned the department in which you have done B.Sc
    If you have a B.Sc I computer/IT you can give IBPS specialist officer exam which pays handsome salary.
    If you have done B.Sc in some other subject request you to do M.Sc and the join teaching in some reputed college.

  • There are various career scope for a graduate in many sectors. You may also continue with your study but if you are looking for a job then I would suggest you to prepare for examinations conducted by SSC and other state level board. After cracking any of these examination you will end up with a government job which ensures job security along with respect and good salary.
    You can also prepare for banking jobs. If you are good at English and Maths then it will be very easy for you to crack these exams. These two subjects carry more than half of the total marks in various examinations.
    In my suggestion, you must prepare for SSC CHSL which is easy to crack as compared to SSC CGL. Through CHSL exam you will get an offer to work as a clerk in various government office.
    However you know your strength and weakness very well. You are matured enough to take decision on your own. You must decide what is your preference and top priority after that take necessary action.

  • Hi Friend
    As you have completed your B.SC, you are eligible to apply for several government sector jobs like :
    * Jobs in banking industry like clerk,po posts.Age limit to apply for bank clerk is 21-28 years and for Bank PO post is 21-30 years.
    * You can join incentral Government job by clearing the examinations conducted by SSC like CGL,MTS and CHSL.
    * You can apply for jobs in postal department like postal and sorting assistant.
    * Jobs in police department like constable and Sub Inspector posts
    * You can apply for Civil Services Examination conducted by UPSC.
    # If you are interested in higher studies, then you can join in M.SC, MCA courses.

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