B.Sc. (Bachelor of Science)

About the Course :
Bachelor of Science (BSc) is an undergraduate degree course usually of three years duration. It is one of the most popular course choices among Science students after Class 12th. Full form of BSc is Bachelor of Science (Baccalaureus Scientiae in Latin). The course is considered as a foundation course for students who want make their career in the field of Science. It is offered in a variety of Science subjects at a majority of universities in India. Some of the popular BSc courses that students usually choose to pursue after Class 12th are BSc Physics, BSc Computer Science, BSc Chemistry, BSc Biology, BSc Mathematics, and so on.

A BSc course can be pursued as both a full-time or part-time course. Students can choose to pursue plain BSc or BSc (Honours). The course is most apt for students who have a strong interest and background in Science and Mathematics. The course is also beneficial for students who wish to pursue multi and inter-disciplinary science careers in future. After the completion of a BSc degree, candidates can opt to pursue Master of Science (MSc) or even secure admission in a professional job-oriented course.
Our main aim is therefore to offer students training in the humanities that prepares them for making a contribution in this new world. Research shows that the best approach is to develop both general and specific skills. The variety of departments and programmes in the Faculty is geared towards helping students along this path.

Employment Sectors for BSc Graduates
Some of the popular employment areas for BSc graduates are as follows -
• Educational Institutes
• Space Research Institutes
• Hospitals
• Health Care Providers
• Pharmaceuticals and Biotechnology Industry
• Chemical Industry
• Environmental Management and Conservation
• Forensic Crime Research
• Research Firms
• Testing Laboratories
• Geological Survey Departments
• Wastewater Plants
• Aquariums
• Forest Services
• Oil Industry
Popular Job Profiles for BSc Graduates Some of the popular job profiles among the students pursuing BSc courses are as follows :-
• Scientist
• Scientific Assistant
• Research analyst
• Teachers
• Technical Writer/Editor
• Lecturers
• Chemist
• Enumerators
• Researcher
• Biostatistician
• Clinical Research Manager
• Consultant

Admission Procedure

The Admission Process for B.Sc. admissions involves various procedures :

Direct Admissions: B.Sc. direct admissions are based on the minimum qualification of the student. Usually, fulfilled based on marks scored by a candidate in 10+2.
Entrance Exams: Aspirants may be required to qualify for a B.Sc. entrance test.