You can go for M.Sc. in Pharmacy after completing B.Sc. If you have interest in research field or lectureship then after doing M.Sc. you can appear for CSIR NET in Earth Sciences.
CSIR NET is national entrance exam which is conducted by Council of Scientific and Industrial Research for those students who want to make their career in lectureship or as a researcher.
To apply for the exam you have to score at least 55% (for General/OBC) or minimum 50% (for SC/ST/PwD) in M.Sc.
BSc Statistics is a very good qualification very few opt for and for a long term career. I am happy that you are preparing for a career based on Statistics as one of the difficult subjects but highly in demand.
Based on BSc Statistics, you can get jobs in banks, insurance, equity analysis, investment analysis, IT, economic research, railways, defence, etc. The sectors and domains which involve analysis of money or factors, statistics is required.
There is another field called as Actuarial Science. This is related to life risk analysis and insurance. People having command over Ma
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Nature is a great Teacher. Who loves to be in nature for them a career in Nature is always good. Students can go for the courses like Botany, Forestry, and Agriculture, Horticulture, Floriculture etc. As you have been planning to make a career in the field of forestry it means you have an interest in the Nature. A student learning in the Nature. A student learning the forestry they have to lay a major role in conserving, planting and managing of the forest lan
It is a Postgraduate course in Statistics. It is a 2 year of course. The discipline that applies Statistical and Mathematical methods to assess risk in finance, insurance and other industries and professions is the Actuarial Science. In the field through experience and intense education, the professionals who are qualified are called as actuaries. By passing a Series of thorough professional examinations, actuaries must demonstrate their competence in many countries. A number of interrelated subjects, including probability theory, finance, statistics, economics, computer science and mathematic