Sunday, 12 April 2020

What should I do after completing my bsc ?

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According to me, further study is best option for B. Sc. graduates, it is area where you can explore yourself in multiple areas as per your interest, B. Sc. degree also have an excellent employment opportunities. Jobs for B. Sc. graduates are not just restricted in the field of science but also they can explore others areas like management, law etc. You can work in various areas which include both science and non-science fields. I would suggest few masters programme:

1. M. Sc. or Master of Science:

M. Sc. is the most obvious and logical choice for B. Sc graduates when it comes to higher studies. Master degree in a specialized subject can open a lot of door for doctorate, research and excellent employment opportunities for students.

2. MCA or Master of Computer Application:

With the IT boom dominating Indian economy, computer applications and IT industry has emerged as one of the most lucrative career options available to B. Sc degree holders. For students who want to pursue their higher studies in this domain, MCA is an ideal academic programme.

3. MBA or Master of Business Administrations:

This is one of the most sought after career choice for graduates of every stream, and B. Sc graduates are not an exception to this rule. Many institutes have started offering MBA degrees with specialization in scientific domains like hospital management, laboratory management and IT management that are ideal for B. Sc graduates.

MBA is a terminal degree and a professional degree. Accreditation bodies specifically for MBA programs ensure consistency and quality of education. The core courses in an MBA program cover various areas of business such as accounting, applied statistics, business communication, business ethics, business law, finance, managerial economics, management, marketing and operations in a manner most relevant to management analysis and strategy. It can lead to the next step in their careers.

4. B.Ed or Bachelor of Education

For B. Com graduates, who have the potential to be expert teachers, B.Ed degree would be an excellent choice of further studies. B.Ed degree coaches the students into different and unique pedagogy techniques that aid them in improving their teaching prowess even further.

Bachelor of Education or B. Ed. is an undergraduate program of 2-year duration. It is a course offered for those who are interested in pursuing career in teaching and related fields. The B.Ed. degree course is mandatory for teaching in higher primary schools and high schools.

5. Bank and government exams: 

This is an option in which there is a huge competition but you being a science graduate, may be find it easy to have a grasp over Quant and Logic section for the aptitude tests. You don’t need huge investment for this. Just sit with the books and gain knowledge with speed and accuracy. Have patience. It may not be easy to do it in your 1st attempt.

6. Actuary: 

If you think you have a brain which can deal with enormous amount of Mathematics and Statistics, this is an option you can go for. This will require a lot of patience but that will be very worthy as an actuary’s salary is something around 40 lakhs an annum. The investment is also not that huge in comparision to MBA.

You may think that I have not been specific for these two options. But to be frank, a B Sc grad is in now way considered very special. The only positive part is that the curriculum must have honed you to study hard and thus the dedication required for them can be attained easily for science grads. Otherwise an M Sc can be thought of as an option but that will again be subject specific.

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