When a student finishes class 12, their life is about to take a major turn, and they must consider what career options are available after 12th science. As a result, it is critical to understand each course that you can pursue after the 12th grade.
Typically, this is a watershed moment in every student’s life because they must choose a career path, which is a very important decision that must be made carefully, and science is a sought-after course because it opens several doors for them, primarily in the medical and engineering fields.
So, in this article, we’ve discussed all of the science courses that you can enroll in after the 12th grade. Both the PCM and PCB groups have been mentioned in this article.
Students who have completed Intermediate can enrol in a variety of courses. As a result, picking the right course is crucial. We have included a list of popular courses in this article for students to consider for their future studies.
Courses after 12th PCM
Let us look at some of the best courses available in Class 12 with the Science combination of PCM.
Bachelor of Engineering or Bachelor of Technology (BE/BTech)
BE (Bachelor of Engineering)/ BTech (Bachelor of Technology) is a professional undergraduate degree in engineering that is awarded after four years of academic study. BE refers to universities that offer other degrees in addition to engineering, whereas BTech refers to institutes that offer professional courses in addition to engineering.
Bachelors in Architecture (BArch)
Bachelor of Architecture (BArch) is an undergraduate architecture degree program. The program teaches students how to plan, design, and construct buildings and other physical structures. To be eligible for this degree, students must have completed Class 12 or equivalent with Mathematics and received a minimum of 50% taken together.
Bachelors in Science (in Pure Sciences)
Bachelor of Science (BSc) is an undergraduate degree that aspirants can pursue if they want to work in science. To be eligible for the BSc program, students must have completed Class 12 in the Science stream. In Indian universities and colleges, a BSc course typically lasts three years.
Training for Commercial Pilots
This is also a bachelor’s degree program with an aviation specialization and extensive experience in national and international pilot training. For commercial pilots, the course is an excellent starting point.
The program usually lasts 12-18 months, and students must have completed 10+2 or its equivalent with a minimum of 50% in Mathematics and Physics. A fitness certificate from a designated medical practitioner will be required, while a Class I Medical will be required for the issuance of a CPL License. There are two parts to the pilot training. Training on the ground and in the air! Air Regulations, Aviation Meteorology, Air Navigation, Aircraft Technical Subjects, and RTR are all covered in ground training (A).
Bachelors in Planning
A bachelor’s degree in planning is a four-year full-time program. The program is divided into eight semesters. After earning a bachelor’s degree in planning, students can pursue a career or pursue a master’s degree. Both the government and private businesses hire professional planners.
Bachelors in Interior Design
Bachelor of Interior Design is a four-year undergraduate program that teaches the art and science of building/residence interior decoration. The qualifying entrance tests administered by colleges, as well as performance in the subsequent round of counselling, are all part of the admissions process. The program is divided into eight semesters, with course fees ranging from three to twelve lakh rupees.
Bachelor of Computer Applications (IT and Software)
BCA is an undergraduate program for students interested in learning computer languages. A bachelor’s degree in computer science or information technology is equivalent to a bachelor’s degree in computer science or information technology.
Bachelors in Science (IT & Software)
BSc in IT & Software, also known as BSc in Information Technology (BSIT or BSc IT), is an undergraduate degree program open to students with a Class 12 diploma. In Indian colleges and universities, the program usually lasts three to four years.
Courses after Class 12th PCB
Let us take a look at some of the best courses available in Class 12 with the Science combination of PCB.
A Bachelor of Medicine, or MBBS, is a graduate-level degree in medicine and surgery that leads to certification as a doctor. To be eligible for MBBS, a candidate must have completed Class 12 or an equivalent exam in PCM/PCMB with at least 60% in aggregate. Reserved category students in government and government-affiliated medical institutes are entitled to a mark relaxation. A candidate must take an entrance exam to be admitted to any medical college.
Nursing BSc (Post-Basic)
The post-basic BSc-Nursing is a two-year undergraduate program that teaches students about the goals and responsibilities of nursing as a profession. Students who have completed the GNM (General Nursing and Midwifery) course with a minimum of 50% aggregate marks after completing 10+2 in Science will be considered eligible for the course. Students should also be registered with a state nursing registration council as nurses and midwives.
The Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS) is a five-year undergraduate dentistry program that includes four years of study and one year of internship. A total of 291 colleges in India, including 39 government-run colleges and 252 private colleges, offer this program. This is one of the most prestigious medical courses after M.B.B.S.
BAMS (Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery) is a 5-year, 6-month degree program in Ayurvedic science, and alternative medicine branch. It is a type of natural treatment for illnesses. The program consists of a four-and-a-half-year academic session and a one-year internship with practical experience.
Bachelors of Science (in Pure Sciences)
Bachelor of Science (BSc) is an undergraduate degree that aspirants can pursue if they want to work in science. To be eligible for the BSc Nursing program, students must have completed Class 12 in the Science stream. In Indian universities and colleges, a BSc course typically lasts three years. NEET UG scores have been used for BSc Nursing admission since 2021.
Bachelors Pharmacy (B.Pharma)
A Bachelor of Pharmacy, or B.Pharm, is a four-year undergraduate degree in pharmacy.
The Bachelor of Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery is an undergraduate academic degree program that focuses on homoeopathic medical knowledge. The program has a duration of 5 and half years, including an internship. The average cost of a BHMS course is between INR 2 and 3 lacs.
These are some of the career options for PCM and PCB students after Class 12th.
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