biotechology

hii,,,i just wanted to knw that is it possible to do b.ed after bsc.biotechnology....and i just wann to do mcs.biotechnology private side side along b.ed? so kindly piz tell me,,about this...

0 61 Views | Posted 2011-10-01 14:24:42
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    Pooja Kohli | Guide-Level 11

    2011-10-03 11:53:44
    Hi Sonia,Yes, most definitely after doing your B.Sc you can go for B.Ed programme. As far as doing M.Sc alongside is concerned, I would not suggest you to do so, as both M.Sc and B.Ed are Exhaustive programmes and would require lot of hard work and study, so managing both would be really difficult. Moreover, M.Sc through correspondence will not hold much value in the job market. I can only give the guidance the last decision would lie in your hand, but before plunging into the programme keep all the pros and cons in min, also check with the college from where you are planning for B.Ed if they allow to do another degree simultaneously.Hope thi... view more
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    yasmeen

    2011-10-01 15:46:57
    hello sonia. first of all yes you can do B.ed after your b.sc bio. and if you are planning for correspondence Msc then its a No from my side. Rather get your Masters done first and later opt for B.ed.

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