Courses after 12th Science: Wondering what to do after 12th, here are few guidelines
After a delay in CBSE, ICSE, and State Board Exam results due to extended lockdown, now all the boards have released results. It is one of the most important times of students’ academic graph as well as for their career building. However, this year is completely different from the chaos of the ongoing COVID-19 crisis. This time the class 12 result declarations have left many students confused about choosing their options after the 12th exam. If you are one of them and looking for Courses after 12th Science then this blog will certainly be helpful in choosing a better career option.
You can read career options for arts and commerce students after 12th here: https://www.careerbox.in/courses-for-arts-and-commerce-students-after-12th/
Courses after 12th science (PCM):
Science students who have completed their class 12th examination with core subjects having Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics or Biology; here are a few career guidelines for you.
Engineering: If you really think you are good in Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics and have a love for machines, technology, software, coding, building design, or anything else in the engineering field then you can choose engineering as your desired field.
Competitive Exams for Engineering:
JEE Mains: JEE Mains exam is conducted every year for admission in county’s top-notch engineering colleges including 25 IITs, 31NITs, and 28 CFTIs. Once you clear this exam you are eligible for these colleges depending upon your JEE Mains Score.
JEE Advanced: Once you have appeared and cleared this exam by obtaining the required cut off, you become eligible for JEE Advance Exam. This test is conducted for entry in 23 IITs.
State Entrance Exam: Apart from these two examinations, there are other state colleges for engineering education, and the entrance test for these colleges is conducted by the respective states.
Career options after 12th Science (PCB):
Candidates who have passed class 12th examination with Physics, Chemistry, Biology, and English and have a passion to serve humankind then yes, the medical field is for them.
MBBS: Candidates can pursue MBBS from any medical college approved by the medical council of India (MCI). As of 21 May 2020, there are 542 medical colleges and 64 stands alone PG Institutes in India where qualifications are recognized by the MCI. MBBS is a five and half year course including one year of internship.
BDS: Bachelor in Dental Surgery (BDS) is one of the most demanding courses in the medical field after MBBS. It is a five-year degree course including a one-year rotatory internship. Completing this course will make you a dentist.
Competitive Exams for Medical:
NEET: NEET is an entrance examination conducted in India for admission in Medical colleges for MBBS and BDS courses. Minimum Qualifying marks required by General category candidates are 50% in class 12th.
B.Pharma: A Bachelor of Pharmacy is an undergraduate four-year degree course. After completing this course you can start your career as a chemist. The scope in this sector of medicine is really alluring and one of the pre-eminent paid jobs.
BSC: Bachelor of Science is a three-year-degree course. Both PCM and PCB students are eligible for this course. These courses have been highly underestimated by the students as well as the guardians. However, very few know about a number of career opportunities that this Bachelor’s degree opens for a candidate.
Conclusion: Here is a brief career option for class 12th science students. Think about your strengths and decide which field suits you the most. Very soon we will publish career options for Arts and Commerce students.