An education in Science has a plethora of options. A student after the 12th exams has a wide array of options to choose from. Depending on the specialization they chose in 12th, candidates must decide what course is best suited for their careers.
We understand that choosing a science course can be quite daunting so to lighten the stride we at Bangalore Study have curated the best sciences courses that students can choose from:
6. Bachelors of Physiotherapy (BPT)
7. Bachelor of Pharmacy
8. Bachelors of Naturopathy and Yogic Sciences (BNYS)
9. Bachelors of Engineering (B.E) / Bachelors of Technology (B. Tech)
10. Bachelors of Architecture (B. Arch)
Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS), is a professional degree in medical science. A person holding an MBBS degree becomes a certified medical practitioner. It is a 5.5-year course with a 1-year compulsory internship.
Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery/BAMS is an undergraduate degree programme that is designed to equip students with the concepts of Ayurveda and treatment of patients. BAMS incorporates Ayurveda with the concepts of modern medicines and students are taught a combination of both as part of the course curriculum. It is a 5.5-year course with a 1-year compulsory internship.
This the degree covers the medical knowledge of the homoeopathic system. After completing this degree, you are eligible to become a doctor in the homoeopathic medical field. It is a 5.5-year course with a 1-year compulsory internship.
BDS (Bachelor of Dental Surgery) is the only professional programme on dental
surgery in India. BDS is one of the most popular courses after MBBS. In India,
BDS is regulated by the Dental Council of India were all dentists have to
register to be able to practice after the completion of their study. It is a 5.5-year course with a 1-year
A Bachelor of Science is an undergraduate academic degree awarded for programs that generally last three to five years. Students can choose from a wide array of specializations under this degree, depending upon their 12th elective.
Some of the fields of specialization in B.Sc. are:
· Food Technology
· Information Technology
Bachelors of Physiotherapy (BPT):
of Physiotherapy or BPT is an undergraduate course which comes under the health sector which mainly
focuses on the physical movements of the body to treat various conditions such
as asthma, sports injuries, Parkinson's disease, chronic heart disease, stroke,
cystic fibrosis, pelvic issues and many more. It is a science regeneration and
recuperation. It is a 4.5-year
course with a 6 months compulsory internship.
Bachelor of Pharmacy:
A Bachelor of Pharmacy degree or B. Pharm is opted for if one is interested in entering the Pharmacy sector in the Medical and Health Care Industry. One who pursues this degree studies core subjects including Pharmaceuticals, Pharmacology, Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Pharmacognosy. It is a 4-year course.
Bachelors of Naturopathy and Yogic Sciences (BNYS):
Naturopathy and Yoga revolve around the body?s own healing capability and hence encourages healing and self-cleansing. This mechanism lays stress on increasing immunity as well as detoxification of the body. These are essential for a healthy body and mind. It is a 5.5-year course with a 1-year compulsory internship.
Bachelors of Engineering (B.E) / Bachelors of Technology (B. Tech):
Engineering as a science deals with the theoretical concepts and principles underlying a given engineering discipline. B. Tech focuses on practical aspects of a subject and B.E is a little more theoretical, the difference is very minor and the various specializations offered under both are similar.
Some of the specializations under these 4 yearlong courses are:
· Biochemical Engineering
· Computer Science
· Civil Engineering
· Biomedical Engineering
· Electrical and Electronics Engineering
· Industrial Engineering
· Tool Engineering
Power Engineering and many others
Bachelors of Architecture (B. Arch):
This course in Architecture deals with design, planning and construction of buildings and other physical structures. Usually buildings and physical structures are said to be the product of architectural work. Sometimes, other than buildings, even construction of non-building structures becomes a part of architecture. It is a 5-year course.
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