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Here given is a brief description of the courses that you can opt for after clearing your 12th standard.

If you are interested in working in an atmosphere that’s exciting, gratifying as well as demanding, a career in the medical field has a number of options available.

Here we will be providing a career counseling guidance for students who wish to seek their career after 12th. Here we are mainly referring to those students who had science stream in 12th standard. Science students can appear in JEE Main 2017 and NEET 2017, for their admission to top engineering and medical colleges of the country respectively.

Medical Courses

So, if you are gentle, empathetic and have a devotion to helping people, then in the medical field you will find a role that suits you. You will also require being capable enough to communicate about complicated health issues effectively and courageously.COURSE KNOWLEDGE - Educational Networks

Science students are normally well-known with the courses like MBBS, BDS, and B.Tech. Apart from these courses, there are various courses which a science student can opt for. Here, we are listing some courses which a science student can prefer after passing the 12th standard.

The list includes:

  • MBBS
  • BAMS (Ayurvedic)
  • BHMS (Homoeopathy)
  • BUMS (Unani)
  • BDS
  • Bachelor of Veterinary Science & Animal Husbandry (B.VSc AH)
  • Bachelor of Naturopathy & Yogic Science (BNYS)
  • Bachelor of Physiotherapy
  • Integrated M.Sc
  • Sc. Nursing
  • Sc. Dairy Technology
  • Sc. Home Science
  • Bachelor of Pharmacy and much more.

Scope of Career in Science

There are many career options available for 12th passed science students. The most excellent part of science stream is that students can move over to other streams i.e. arts, humanities or even to commerce. To make a successful career, you must need at least a graduation degree. After earning bachelor’s degree, you can find a job in any sector.

Students who clear 12th standard with PCM(Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics) are eligible for engineering and other courses which are not even part of their streams like arts and commerce.

Engineering Courses

“Engineering is an application that involves in scientific and practical knowledge in order to invent, maintain, improve, build, design, system, devices, material, the machine, and process”.

Engineering is one of the best and most sought disciplines of academic education. It is emerging with the progress of nation, education, technology and research.

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Courses & Eligibility

What courses are available in Engineering Field?

Engineering courses are offered at diploma level, undergraduate level, postgraduate and doctoral levels.

Diploma Course leads to Diploma in Engineering

It is a three-year course which students can pursue after completing their 10 years of school education. Diploma holders are qualified for lateral access to the third semester of Engineering Courses. Diploma in Engineering is offered in various disciplines.

 

Undergraduate Course leads to B.Tech Degree

Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech) is a four-year full-time undergraduate course in engineering. This course can be pursued with one of the engineering disciplines. Pre-requisites for doing B.Tech is clearing 10+2 in PCM stream from a recognized educational board.

Admission

Admission in the UG and PG engineering courses are done by entrance examination. The admission to undergraduate programs of all the NITs and other reputed engineering colleges is done through Joint Entrance Examination Main (JEE Main). For admission to IITs (Indian Institute of Technology), students have to appear the JEE Advanced.

If you want to take admission in the M.Tech program, then you have to appear the Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE). Some state level entrance test are also conducted for M.Tech admission like AP PGECET, TANCET, CUCET, etc.

The best disciplines and type of engineering are enlisted below:

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  • Civil Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Electrical & Electronics Engineering
  • Electronics & Communication Engineering
  • Computer Science and Engineering and much more.

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