Due to the advancement in science and technology, Bachelor of Science (B.Sc) has become an inevitable course in colleges offering degree courses, across India.
Students with science background at the 10+2 level can pursue B.Sc in a wide variety of branches. Undergraduate in the field of science are taught to acquire higher levels of understanding of the use of scientific analysis, experimentation and the application of scientific principles and facts in solving problems.
After pursuing Bachelor of Science, one can work in a wide variety of areas that include both science and non-science fields. Apart from research and government jobs, science graduates can also find jobs in business, marketing, and technical writing. Nowadays, science graduates are also recruited in the banking sector.
The candidate has to complete the age of 17 years at the time of admission or will complete this age on 31st December of the year of his admission
Should have passed the two years Intermediate or equivalent course thereof with Science subjects, viz. Physics, Chemistry and Biology from a recognized Indian University or Pre-University Intermediate Board:
B.Sc. (Part I) Examination of an Indian University as laid down by the University Grants Commission (U.G.C.)
The candidate should have secured not less than 50% of marks on the aggregate of the above subjects in the qualifying or competitive examination conducted on similar lines as the qualifying examination conducted by a competitive body.
10th Standard or its Equivalent (copy only)
10+2 /PUC/ Intermediate
Transfer Certificate (T.C.)
5-Passport size and 2 Stamp size Photographs
Eligibility Certificate from foreigners indicating foreign qualification is equivalent to 10+2 or higher secondary of India Board.
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