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Friday, 2 June 2017

Career Options After 12th for Science stream

Career Options After 12th for  Science stream


There is no lack of career/ course options for a science student after completing 12th standard. There are so many career options to pursue other than engineering (B.Tech) and medical (MBBS).
The major advantage that science students have over non-science students is that they are eligible for science as well as non-science options - a privilege not available to students from commerce and humanities streams.

Course & Career Options


1.B.Tech/BE: Engineering is one of the sought after careers in India today. Even if you have scored something between 50% and 60%, engineering is a lucrative option for you. Some institutes term the Bachelor’s degree as BE or Bachelor of Engineering and some term it B.Tech or Bachelor in Technology. The job prospects increase manifold with a BE or B.Tech degree. List of careers in engineering.

Eligibility to pursue course/ career

The basic requirement for these undergraduate courses is Physics, Chemistry and Maths at the HSC level. So, even a biology student having these subjects can take these courses. All about studying engineering in India
2.MBBS: One of the first options for students with Science with Biology at the 10+2 level is to pursue MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery). It is the basic degree for an aspiring allopathic doctor. MBBS, as a career option, has huge scope in India and abroad. After completing your MBBS, you can specialize in fields like neurosurgery, psychiatry and orthopedics. The job industry is huge, you can work in a hospital or set up your own private clinic. Career after MBBS

Eligibility to pursue course/ career

10+2 with Biology or Life Sciences as one of the core subjects. Entrance exams are held for MBBS/BDS programs in various medical colleges across India. Some of the important MBBS entrance exams are AIPMT, JIPMER and AIIMS. List of medical entrance exams
3.BAMS: Have you thought of pursuing a course in Ayurvedic medicine? If you have passed your 10+2 in science, then Bachelor in Ayurvedic Medicine or BAMS is one of the options that you can choose as your career. Ayurvedic medicine is one of the oldest forms of medicine practiced in India and is gaining lot of popularity both in India and abroad. More about a career in ayurveda: Career in Ayurveda

Eligibility to pursue course/ career

10+2 with Science (Physics, Chemistry & Biology) with 50% or more in aggregate. You have to appear for entrance exams held by different universities for admission to BAMS. More about the course: Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
4.B.Pharma: This is a professional course and it prepares students for the pharmaceutical industry. These professionals are in great demand in India and abroad. After completing the course, you can work as pharmacist, drug inspector, drug therapist, health inspector, or as a drug technician. Careers as a pharmacy: Career as a Pharmacist

Eligibility to pursue course/ career

10+2 examination with Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics or Biology as core subjects.
More about this course: Bachelor of Pharmacy (B.Pharm)
5.B.Sc Nursing: Do you have patience & believe in hard work? Are you organized & good at multi-tasking? Then, BSc Nursing would be a good option for you. You will be trained in all theoretical & practical aspects of nursing. After completing the course you can join health institutes, medical colleges or private nursing homes as trained & certified nurses. Career as a nurse: Nursing careers

Eligibility to pursue course/ career

10+2 with Physics, Chemistry and Biology. Some colleges hold entrance exams for admission to BSc Nursing courses. More about this course: B.Sc Nursing
6.B.Sc (Hons) : If you are deeply interested in pursuing a career in academics or research, B.Sc (Hons) in subjects like Physics, Chemistry, Zoology or Botany will help you do just that. You can further your prospects by doing a masters degree and then moving on to research and working as a junior research fellow in any reputed research institute. You can also pursue a career as a lecturer in any university or get jobs in chemical industry, pharmaceutical industry, or in government organizations like ONGC.

Eligibility to pursue course/ career

10+2 with Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Biology or Computer Science.
7.B.Sc Anthropology: Have you ever thought about studying the socio-cultural development of humans? Armed with a science background you can pursue a course in anthropology which traces the biological and the socio-cultural evolution of humans right from their origin. After completing your higher studies in anthropology, you can work as a curator, urban planner, tour guide, culture resource manager or work as a research scholar.

Eligibility to pursue course/ career

10+2 with Biology as one of your core subjects.
Anthropology career in India
8.B.Sc Occupational Therapy: Another relatively new option that you can explore is B.Sc Occupational Therapy (BOT). You can work with patients who suffer from orthopedic, neurological and psychological/psychiatric disorders. More about this career: Occupational Therapist

Eligibility to pursue course/ career

10+2 with PCB (physics, chemistry and biology). More about this course:
Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (BOT)
9.B.Sc Physiotherapy: Bachelor of Physiotherapy (B.P.T) prepares a student for the practice of physiotherapy. A physiotherapist could be employed in the rehabilitation departments, municipal corporations and private bodies. More about this career: Physiotherapist

Eligibility to pursue course/ career

10+2 or equivalent thereto, with 50% or more marks in the aggregate of Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English Core. More about this course:
Bachelor of Physiotherapy (BPT)
10.B.Sc Computer Science (H): B.Sc (CS) mainly focuses on the mathematical and theoretical foundations of computing, rather than teaching specific technologies that may quickly become outdated. Career in Computer Science

Eligibility to pursue course/ career

Although people prefer to enhance their skills by pursuing higher education, IT companies hire B.SC (CS) students for the post of software testers and software developers.
11.B.Sc Zoology: Zoology is the branch of biology that focuses on behavior, structure and evolution of animals. As a Zoologist or an Ecologist you can take up research oriented highly dynamic and exciting jobs and work with National Geography, Discovery, Animal Planet

Eligibility to pursue course/ career

10+2 in science with at least 55% aggregate for admission to any of the reputed colleges. After B.Sc Zoology, you can apply to courses like Marine Biology, Fisheries Science, Coastal Ecosystems Ecology and Management, Terrestrial and Marine Conservation Biology, Ecosystem Analysis, and Numerical Modelling. you can pursue M.Sc. in Zoology, after you complete your graduation.
12.Biochemistry: This is a vibrant, dynamic discipline that embraces the study of biology from the point of view of chemistry. Today, biochemistry graduate curriculums are at the forefront of many careers that help to keep human, animals and plants free of disease.

Eligibility to pursue course/ career

Science stream students fresh out of 10+2 can opt for a B.Sc. in Biochemistry.
Learn more about careers in this field: Career in biochemistry
13.Botany: If you are interested in studying the what and how of plants, Botany is the course for you. You can also pursue MSc in Microbiology and then go for a doctorate.

Eligibility to pursue course/ career

Science stream students fresh out of 10+2 can opt for a B.Sc. in Biochemistry. Importance given to Physics, Chemistry & Biology for admissions.
14.B.Sc Microbiology: This is a discipline of great importance. Research in this field has been revolutionized by innovative technologies like genomics, bioinformatics and genetic engineering. Career scope after this course:
B.Sc. (H) Biomedical Science: In this course you will be taught principles of Biotechnology, Microbiology, Genetics, Pharmacy, Pharmaceuticals, Medicinal Chemistry, Medical Laboratory Techniques etc. and related fields. After graduation, you may seek jobs in the pharmaceutical industry, clinical research laboratories etc.

Eligibility to pursue course/ career

10+2 in science with Physics, Chemistry & Biology
15.Physics (H): One can enter many professions that include, but are not limited to, traditional Physics. Physics equips a student with skills like mathematical modeling, problem solving, designing experiments, interpretation of experimental data, and reflecting on answers before trusting them, research experience, laboratory technique, and communication skills. 
Chemistry (H): A graduate degree in BSc Chemistry opens up doors to pursue higher studies in subjects like Analytical, Organic or BioChemistry. You can find jobs in the chemical, pharmaceutical, biopharmaceutical and medical device industries as a process development chemist and analytical chemist. You can also find jobs in the food industry, in the teaching industry, agrochemical industry, polymers and plastic industry, petrochemical industry and even in alternative energy departments.

Eligibility to pursue course/ career

Pass 10 + 2 science stream



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