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There are lot more disciplines other than MBBS, these are other streams of biological or life sciences, which after a proper and complete education provides bright and satisfying career. The branches of biology in which you can pursue higher studies are; [biotechnology], biochemistry, [microbiology], nanotechnology, bio-nanotechnology, biomedical sciences, [Forensic Sciences], Forestry, [Agriculture], Veterinary Sciences, Marine sciences, Fishery Scientist, Molecular Biology, Genetics, Food and Nutrition etc. etc.
The biology streams mentioned above have huge job opp
HelloThank you for choosing Mera career guide and writing to us. Your decision is absolutely right and please do not build any second thoughts on this. If you sincerely aspire for a career in medical, please go ahead with it. I can understand that you are concerned of getting a bit low score in maths but do not worry on that. To get an MBBS seat, an overall percentage above 90% is highly required and also a high mark in Biology (Botany, Zoology) is required. Maths is only required to pull up your over all 12th level score and it wouldn't come along all your life while studying MBBS or even whi
Dear aspirant I am glad you approached counsellors at Mera career guide and thank you very much for that. PCM is an interesting route and in fact this is the only route that gives as many career options as possible to a person. I understand you are a girl and are looking for a career suitable to you. But my dear please understand that in the present world girls are entering in every career and it is not that a career is suited to only one particular gender. So please remove the thought from your mind that girls can be suitable for only certain careers and take the courage to approach all
How did you get to know while studying in Science stream, about the commerce subjects? Is anyone advising you to join commerce subjects and courses just because that particular person has done that or doing it?
All the career options which you have mentioned are way different than each other.
I think you should think seriously, what you want to do in career life?
To be best sure of what suits you for your career, I would suggest you to undergo the **Ideal Career Test** an online [psychometric test] from CareerGuide which will help you understand yourself in respect of you
Dear student I guess you have 86 percent only in science it is not aggregate percentage, anyways it is encouraging but calculate your aggregate percentage. Again you have not mentioned whether you have passed out 10th or 12th?? If your aggregate percentile at 12th level is more then ninety percent then you must try IIT-JEE entrance test for IIT- Indian Institute of Technology a premium institution in India offers excellent technology based course work B.Tech /MTech/MS/Ph.D in engineering where biotechnology is also one of them.This criteria was meant for IIT only, other than this you can go fo
Thanks for approaching us at [CareerGuide.com]!!!
Fantastic expectation. However the sad part is the industry and jobs are not available according to a person's expectation and demand. You have make yourself ready and eligible and competent to get a job which you want and desire.
Please remove these kind of impressions you [have about education and jobs], you wont get a job ever with this attitude my friend.
To be best sure of what suits you for your career, I would suggest you to undergo a [Online Psychometric Test] from [CareerGuide.com] which will help you u
Actually there are no rules or techniques or equations to tell you which are best to study, however there are scientific techniques available to know in what you are best at to study. Options for career in Biology as a base are tremendous, just you have to ensure that you are on the right track and are choosing the right field.
Some options based on PCB 12th level are as follows:
Medicine – Allopathy, Ayurveda, Homeopathy, Veterinary
Microbiology / Horticu
Humanities offers very good career scope and opportunities. It is not a low level stream as considered by many.
Below are some of the options in Humanities and related fields you choose:
Business Management (HR / Marketing, International Business)
Languages (Indian / Foreign)
Travel & Tourism
Hotel & Hospitality Management
Animation / Web Designing / Graphic Designing /
I would too suggest you to avoid NIOS education.
Why the need for the open schooling? What the reason?
Getting 12th pass from a recognised State / Central Board is recommended in order to adapt to the tough syllabus of the courses.
Why suddenly are you feeling to for banking jobs from the science stream and career? Is there anyone who told you that Banking jobs are always good and secure and good salaries are there?
Any degree is fine to appear for banking jobs. There are many science graduates like you who appear for Banking jobs.
With Biology as your major liking, definitely there are good career options for you.
However it is not recommended to choose randomly amongst them. I would highly recommend you to appear for the Ideal Career Test from careerguide.com. This is a psychometric test which will analyse your interests, aptitude and suggest you an ideal career option.
The list of career options in Biology are as follows:
Medicine – Allopathy, Ayurveda, Homeopathy, Veterinary
Your question is not clear.
Working? What do you mean? Have you complete BSc Computer Science? How did you get admission based on PCB to Computer Science, since Computer Science requires PCM.
Please explain more to understand.
Before I list down your options. Would like to know what were you doing for a year since 2014.
Were you trying for entrance exams for medical
Anyways with a PCB combination, you have many streams open for you to choose from
Some options includes:
Food Science and Nutrition
Before you select an option, best would be to do a little study / reserach on what each field consists of and what exactly would your role include.
Hope this helps.
I am very happy that you appeared for Ideal Career Test and did not choose careers randomly. Thank you for sharing some details about the report.
Firstly tell me that are you satisfied with test results? Were you inclined towards government services in general while you were doing your college? I think if you have appeared for the test with full honesty, then the report should be taken as positive and you should definitely go ahead by starting to prepare for competitive exams.
Since you are 12th PCB student, I would suggest that you can complete your BSc in the subject you like.
With this combination ,you can opt these subjects in the bachelors level like Bioinformatics, Bio-statistics & Nano biotechnology...
Hi Pankhuri Bhatnagar,
As per my knowledge rather than psychology,food technology is much demand subject....in recent past though we got more awareness about psychology subject,but opportunities are very rare,however it has so many specializations,please let me know your area of interest...
Cognitive and perceptual psychology.
Forensic Psychology with law qualification will have more opportu
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A student having PCB in 12th standard can pursue his further study in medicine or dental studies, biochemistry, biotechnology,microbiology, agricultural and dairy science. Options are also available in the paramedical and allied fields such as Nursing, Physiotherapy, Occupational therapy, Audiology, Speech Therapy, Medical Lab Technology, Optometry, Nutrition and Dietetics, Pharmacy etc. Those interested in animal husbandry and veterinary science can take a career as a veterinary doctor. For that they have to appear for the entranc
Dear Student IAS i.e. Indian Administrative services falls under Civil services and there are so many vistas which open up if once you clear the test. The test is based on graduation as a eligibility requirement and apart from that one must have a very sound logic, mental ability and creativity to clear the test. You may choose public administration or Political science as your choicest subjects. the test takes place in two shifts. The first part is a general awareness test common for all and the second part is based on specialization. It is a tough nut to crack in one go, so one must take a p
I have no clues, the use of cardboard during the exam. May be for support or any other reason.
Best is if told, then carry, do not worry over it.
Focus only on the syllabus and give it your best short.
Wish you all the very best.
You have a lot of options, but it solely / completely depends on what you wish to pursue as a career in the future.
Though I am listing down few options, do not blindly select on the basis of the course name. Best would be to research on the options and try and match their requirements with your skills.
Few options after 12th commerce:
Banking and Finance
B.Com ( General)
B.Com ( Accounts)
BCA (if studied Math as a subject)
Management (BMS / BBA). (For any 12th pass student)
Mass media (For any 12th pass student)
Hope this helps.
Wish you good luck.......
Percentage should not be the way for you to choose a career.
You must decide pre handedly and then work towards the chosen career.
Since you have not mentioned your dream it would be difficult for me to suggest courses. Hence I would suggest, continue in the same college till Graduation.
Work hard and sincerely and score well, so that the post graduate studies is as per your wish.
Some courses common to any 12th pass includes:
Graduation in ARTS
Hope this helps.
Wish you good luck...
The best alternative at the moment for you is to find yourself a suitable job. Get some experience and then decide on the future courses that you can pursue that will enhance your career.
You could opt for an MBA program or professional courses like CFA or ICWAI etc but only as per the job requirement.
Rest is your choice.
Wish you good luck..
Please note to pursue any course now you need to clear 12th.
So target and prepare for class 12th.
After that you could pursue a degree in radiology etc
Wish you good luck
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