Rashmi Chandel

I have passed 12th with 74% mark. I have choice to join BTech or BSc physics. kindly suggest me what should I choose out of the 2. i am flexible with my career profile as an engineer or as a lecturer.

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RE: I have passed 12th with 74% mark. I have choice to join BTech or BSc physics. kindly suggest me what should I choose out of the 2. i am flexible with my career profile as an engineer or as a lecturer.

Adhunika Naithani
Adhunika Naithani
Verified Career Expert
School Counselor at Step By Step School NOIDA
  • Noida

Hey Surabhi,

First of all I would like to congratulate you for your performance in your 12th class.

As you said that you have many choices in front of you after your 12th and you are flexible to choose any of then I want you to ask it to yourself first as to what you want to do and where do you want to see yourself after 10 years down the line.

Both the courses i.e. B.Sc Physics and B.Tech are very different that basic difference being that one is a professional course whereas the other is not.

If you have more interest in being an engineer then you should do a B.Tech as getting a job after that will not be an issue and you can immediately start your job once you complete your B.Tech.



For being a lecturer as you said you would like to do a B.Sc Physics. But this will not be a sufficient degree to become a lecturer in a college or university. You will have to do MSc and then PhD and then later on you will also have to qualify the NET or the SET exam for becoming the same. Without these qualifications you will not be able to become a professor.

So, first of all as I said you will have to see what your long term goals are, where your interests lie and what your aptitude are and then do it accordingly.

You can also go for the Psychometric Career Assessment that CareerGuide.com offers. It will help you take better and informed decisions.

Best Wishes!


RE: I have passed 12th with 74% mark. I have choice to join BTech or BSc physics. kindly suggest me what should I choose out of the 2. i am flexible with my career profile as an engineer or as a lecturer.

Praveen
Praveen

Hi Surabhi,

You have large number of choice after 12th and you can choose as per your interest. Just browse this link http://www.bestindiaeducation.com/career-courses/science-students-courses-after-12th.html where you will get different career courses after 12th.

RE: I have passed 12th with 74% mark. I have choice to join BTech or BSc physics. kindly suggest me what should I choose out of the 2. i am flexible with my career profile as an engineer or as a lecturer.

Aditya Sisodia
Aditya Sisodia
Verified Career Expert
Career Consultant & Facilitator I Corporate Trainer I Professional Speaker
  • Noida

Hi Rashmi,

First of congratulations on your percentage, you have done well.

And thank you for sharing your concern with other community members, who would be greatly benefitted from your query.

Now before you choose either of the streams you have to first see the time and return on both choices, Btech 4 years with place event opportunity, B.Sc 3 years might not be available with placement assistance.

Hence, you need to first check the time commitment and energy investment in both the courses.

Second is your end goal lecturer course required additional qualifications also such as NET exam to be cleared.

Whereas for being an engineer B.Tech might suffice.

Think clearly and then choose.

All the best.

RE: I have passed 12th with 74% mark. I have choice to join BTech or BSc physics. kindly suggest me what should I choose out of the 2. i am flexible with my career profile as an engineer or as a lecturer.

Himanshu
Himanshu
Verified Career Expert
Career Specialist
  • Ahmedabad

Hi Dear,

Congratulations!

As I care for your career, I would like to tell you that 74% is pretty average score nowadays when most of the students to whom I place is having above 80% to 85% in their 10th and 12th.

So let's be very honest. 

B.Sc. will lead you towards M.Sc., M.Tech and PHD and you will end up working as an Academician. You may also end up fighting for entrance examinations like CAT, XAT etc. later. 

B.Tech. will take you towards job as an option as well other than all above options.

Best wishes

Himanshu Vyas

Head - Placements

Adani Institute of Infrastructure

Ahmedabad

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