After a student picks the science stream after the 10th standard, their advantage is that they’re eligible for both science and non-science courses, but at the same time their disadvantage is that they now have SO MANY COURSES to pick from.

A lot of us still haven’t realized the disadvantage of blindly choosing science after 10th. We at Dheya believe that a student needs to build a focused vision at an early age so that they can channel all their energy into building themselves. This is why we earnestly urge every student and parent in India to think before they choose a stream. We might treat these two years as a buffer in the real world, but a lot of students who know what they want to do will get a big headstart over you if you don’t build the career plan that suits you. 

In this article, we’re going to talk about the scope of science after the 12th and the endless list of courses 12th science a student can pursue. 

Courser After 12th Science(PCM)

  • Bachelors of Technology (BE/BTech)

To seek a BE/BTech degree, students have to finish their Class 11 and Class 12 with Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics alongside getting a base total of 50% at the State level. Students need to qualify for JEE ( Mains + Advanced) for admission to the BTech course in India.
A BE/Tech course after 12th science will help you specialize in a specific type of Engineering. This will help you lay down the groundwork for your Master’s degree. You can also pursue a job after completing your engineering degree

  • Bachelors of Architecture (BArch)

BArch or Bachelor of Architecture is a college degree program in Architecture. The program includes the specialty of arranging, planning, and developing structures alongside other actual designs. The fundamental qualification to seek after this certificate, students probably passed Class 12 or same with Mathematics with 50% in total. 

  • Bachelors in Science (in Pure Sciences)

BSc or Bachelor of Science is a college degree that students can pursue. Students need to finish Class 12 in the Science stream to be qualified for the BSc course. The span of a BSc course is normally three years in Indian colleges and schools.
You can pursue research as a profession after completing a degree in Bachelor of Science. To learn more about how you can build a career in research with the help of fellowships, read this article. 

  • Bachelors in Computer Applications (IT and Software)

BCA is a college class commonly embraced by students who wish to study Computer applications. A BCA degree is at standard with a BTech/BE degree in Computer Science or Information Technology. A candidate who has cleared 10+2 from any discipline with Maths (at times English also may be a prerequisite), and has gotten at least 45% to 55 percent marks in total can seek after BCA.

You can read more about this course after 12th science and how you can build a career here. 

  • BSc in Information Technology (BSIT or BSc IT) 

BSc in IT and Software also called BSc in Information Technology (BSIT or BSc IT) is a college class that can be sought by students who have passed Class 12, in the science stream. The length of the program is around three to four years in Indian schools and Universities. 

The scope after completing a degree n BSC IT is unlimited. But you have to be very careful while you choose a specialization or a job. As an IT student, you need to be aware trends in this industry because of the volatile nature and rapid progress in this industry. 

These were popular courses that will help you build a career after pursuing 12th science. We’ve picked this specific bunch of courses because of the scope they have in the future. But, this is a small overview of a career that will last for decades. 

Courses after Class 12 with Biology (PCB)

Bachelors of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS)

This is the most popular choice for every student who chooses PCB after 12th. MBBS is a 5.5 Year course that is divided into 4.5 years of learning and 1 year of internship. The only way to enroll yourself for the MBBS course in India is NEET. 

NEET is one of India’s toughest entrance exams. Over 16 lakh students appear for this exam every year. But is MBBS the only career option who choose PCB after 10th? NO! Read our article to know about biology courses without NEET.