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What after 12th Science ? This is one of the most important question and one of most raised questions in the mind of students. But there is so much to do after 12th science. There are so many fields in which you can make your career and also earn huge amount of income.
12th standard is the last stage of a student’s school life. After 12th standard, a student has to decide his path and his career. This step has to be taken after lots of planning and thinking. You just can’t afford to choose what to do after 12th standard carelessly. You must take into consideration various factors like – your interests, job scope and opportunities etc while choosing your career. There are many courses available in front of students after 12th standard. Courses like Engineering, MBBS, B.Sc. and BDS are mainstream academic programs. Apart from these there are alot more courses available to students to opt.
The courses you can opt are as follows:
- B.E. or B.Tech. (Bachelor of Engineering/Technology)
- Diploma in Engineering
- B.Sc. (Bachelor of Science)
- Pharm D (Doctor of Pharmacy)
- B.Pharm. (Bachelor of Pharmacy)
- MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery)
- BDS (Bachelor of Dental Surgery)
- BAMS (Bachelor of Ayurveda Medicine and Surgery)
- BHMS (Bachelor of Homeopathy Medicine and Surgery)
- BPT (Bachelor of Physiotherapy)
- Diploma courses (paramedical)
- B.R.Sc. (Bachelor of Rehabilitation Science)
- BPO (Bachelor in Prosthetics and Orthotics)
Career opportunities in PCB
BOTANY- BIOLOGY OF PLANTS
Botany is the branch of biology that involves the study of plants, their structure, processes, growths, etc. Botany is the study of organisms in the kingdom Plantae, otherwise known as plants. The word botany comes from the adjective botanic, which in turn comes from the Ancient Greek word botane, referring to plants, grasses, and pastures. Botany involves the science of plants, plants of that region and the biology of a plant or plant group. The person who studies botany is called Botanists. They study plant anatomy, plant genetics, molecular biology, biophysics, plants taxonomy, ecology, cytology etc
- CAREER OPPORTUNITIES– Botanists can work in landscape industries, natural resource centers, environmental consultancies, or as a researcher, teacher/professor, taxonomist, horticulturist, nursery manager, and environmental consultant. Botanists can work at a variety of locations depending on specific interests. Some botanists work in academic or government laboratories. Some work in museums, offices, parks, and botanical gardens. Still others work for pharmaceutical companies or biotechnology firms. Botanists who work in agriculture may spend most of their time indoors, while those who do research may spend most of their time indoors in the lab.
- CAREER PATH:
|STREAM||GRADUATION||AFTER GRADUATION||AFTER PG|
|Clear Class XII with Science Stream with Biology||Pursue B.Sc. (Hons) Botany or B.Sc. (Hons) Biological Sciences or B.Sc. (Hons) Life Sciences or B.Sc. (Hons) Environmental Sciences for 3 years||Pursue M. Sc. Botany or M.Sc. in Life Sciences for 2 years||Pursue Ph.D for 3-5 years|
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Horticulture is the field of study which concentrates on gardening, and the plants and biological systems which make up a garden. Horticulture is a broad science which has many sub-disciplines. Horticulture studies both the science behind the garden and the aesthetics which make it appealing to look at. Horticulture is derived from Greek, and literally means “garden cultivation”
Horticulturist use their knowledge and skills in production and growth of plants and agriculture. Main goal of a horticulturist is:
- To improve plant growth.
- Its nutritional value.
- Protection from insects and diseases.
- Environmental stress.
Eligibility: You can go for a diploma in horticulture and if you wish to do masters in horticulture than you have to first go for a bachelors degree in horticulture and then masters. You can go for a bachelor’s of science in horticulture or bachelor’s of technology in horticulture as well.
Salary: A fresher can get around 2 lakhs per annum but depending upon location, your level of education you can go as high as 28 lakhs per annum as well.
Biochemistry is the study of the chemical reactions that take place inside organisms. It combines elements from both biology and chemistry. Biochemists study relatively large molecules like proteins, lipids, and carbohydrates, which are important in metabolism and other cellular activities; they also study molecules like enzymes and DNA. It is a laboratory-based science that brings together biology and chemistry, as biochemists solve biological problems through concepts of chemistry. Examples of work include improving the process of photosynthesis to improve crop yield, discovery and development of new chemical process to produce biofuel, etc.
Biochemistry is a laboratory science. To work in the field of biochemistry, an individual must be interested in conducting research, and should obtain at least a bachelor’s degree. Many biochemists teach and are principal investigators of research laboratories at universities; these positions require PhDs. In order to be a competent biochemist, one must be interested in biology or chemistry research and learn proper laboratory skills and safety procedures. It is also important to have an aptitude for mathematics and statistics, and be able to analyze the data generated from experiments.
- Career Opportunities: Since it is a growing field, you can find numerous exciting opportunities such as biomedical scientist, forensic scientist, clinical laboratory technologist, toxicologist, research scientist, healthcare scientist, pharmaceutical sales representative, consultant, patient care coordinator, lab technician, medical coder, teacher/professor, etc.
- Some Top Colleges: Delhi University (Various Colleges), St. Xavier’s College, Presidency University, Banaras Hindu University, Aligarh Muslim University, Fergusson College, Christian Medical College, The Oxford College of Science
Physiology is the study of all the physical and chemical processes that take place in organisms in order for them to perform all the functions and activities associated with living. Physiology can be studied at the molecular level all the way up to the level of entire organisms, and includes everything in between like cells, tissues, organs, and body . It is the study of bodily functions, activities and mechanisms of living organisms, especially humans. Physiologists generally study a wide variety of topics including organs, anatomy, cells, biological compounds, and muscles, and how they interact and work together to keep the body functioning.
There are many different types of physiology:
- Cell physiology
- Developmental physiology
- Systems physiology
- Evolutionary physiology
- Exercise physiology
- Career Opportunities: Professional opportunities in this field include working as a clinical-exercise physiologist, biomedical scientist, physiotherapist, sports physiologist, researcher, teacher/professor etc.
- Some Top Colleges: Presidency College and Presidency University. Master’s courses are offered by Manipal University, University of Madras, and University of Calcutta