After 12th Science, most of the students choose to go for the NEET exam to get a degree in MBBS or BDS to become a Doctor or a Dentist. But apart from being a Doctor or Dentist, there are lots of other opportunities are also there for those who are not interested in these job profiles.
There are plenty of other options for you, which are as follow:
Agriculture and Animal Husbandry
Life Science Researcher
Medical Laboratory Worker
and many more..!!!
You can choose wh
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The Opportunities after your 12th in PCB are vast. You can shape your career as a Doctore or Dentist by going for NEET. The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test is one of the major exams in India for all the aspirants who are looking for a career as a Doctor or Dentist.
For Doctor, aspirants go for the course of MBBS while for being a Dentist, the aspirants go for the BDS course in the medical colleges they get after clearing NEET.
But NEET Result can't be good for all the aspirants. As the number of seats are very limited in NEET, many students lose their opportunity
I like your enthusiasm and your spirit.
Since you have mentioned, you would put in the right efforts and maintain hardwork, then my question is why are you avoiding Physics and chemistry.
Doing a B.Sc Computer science or IT, is good, whereby Math would be one of the main subject, as computers is mainly into algorithms and mind you its going to be hardcore Math.
Here my suggestion would be, when you are looking pout for government jobs, computers especially IT or software, it is more popular amongst the private groups or companies.
In terms of government jobs, I would highly rec
There are numerous fields in biology that go beyond being a doctor. Here are some examples: cuphead online
Research Scientist: Conducts scientific investigations to explore various aspects of biology, such as genetics, microbiology, ecology, or molecular biology. Research scientists work in laboratories, universities, or research institutions.
Biotechnologist: Applies biological knowledge and techniques to develop products or processes that benefit society. This field involves areas such as genetic engineering, pharmaceutical development, and industrial biotechnology.
Thanks Shrikant for your query. Yes you can pursue psychology. You have two options, if you have very good score in science then you can opt for Medical Eductaion (MBBS) and then do MD in Psychiatry.Ofcourse this has financial implications and competition. For opting psychology, you need to get into [BA in Psychology,] then eneter into [masters program (MA or MSc) in psychology.] TO become a practicing clinical psychologist you need to do MPhil in [Clinical Psychology].In North India, follwoing colleges/University offer UG/PG course in Psychology. University of DelhiJNU, DelhiAmity