Yes. Other than engineering you have alot many options like designing, architecture, computers, BCA, genetics, robotics, gaming, agriculture science, biotechnology etc.
Firstly choose a course followed by the Institutes that offers the course. Then scan through the eligibility criteria, ie if there is an entrance exam or admission based on merit. If entrance exam then prepare accordingly.
If you have a particular course in mind, let me know, will help you accordingly.
Wish you good luck...
Hai Komal.. As a BSc Nursing degree holder, you can pursue your post graduation in MA Applied Psychology to become a psychologist. You can search in the websites of JMI, Delhi University, Lovely Professional University to find out suitable place for your dream career. MA Applied Psychology is one of the demanding course nowadays. After the completion of the course, you can practice as psychologist in both private and public sector. Choose such best institutes where campus placements are also conducting regularly. This will help you to find out your job opportunity as you are completing Post gr
Why do you wish to shift from Nursing to IFS. Anyways it is your choice.
Please note, IFS comes under the government services and hence you would have to clear the Civil service exams conducted by the UPSC board. And eligibility for the exam is any Graduate.
So you being a B.SC graduate, you are eligible for the test, in short eligible for IFS.
Wish you good luck...
Before you read the various options listed below, I want you to ask yourself; Why did you opt for a nursing course. What and which field would you now like to pursue so as to make a career for yourself.
Some options closely related to the field of nursing includes:
MSW ( Masters in social work)
Masters in Public health
MBA in Hospital management.
Apart from these you could opt for the following courses too:
Clinical research and trial
Medical lab technician
Few courses any Graduates can opt for incl
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