I am a class 12th student with PCB & don't want to be a doctor. Can you suggest some other courses that I can pursue after 12th?

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    Anuj Singh | Contributor-Level 8

    5 years ago
    You can check the below mentioned courses:1. BAMS (Ayurvedic).2. BHMS (Homoeopathy).3. BUMS (Unani).4. BDS.5. Bachelors of veterinary science and animal husbandry (B.VSc AH).6. Bachelor of naturopathy and yogic science (BNYS).7. Bachelor of physiotherapy.8. Integrated M.Sc.9. B.Sc nursing.10. B.Sc dairy technology.11. B.Sc home science.12. Bachelor of pharmacy.13. Biotechnology.14. BOT (Occupational therapy).15. General nursing.16. BMLT (Medical lab technology).17. Paramedical courses.18. B.Sc degree.19. BA.20. LLB (Bachelor of law).21. Education and teaching.22. Travel and tourism courses.23. Hotel management.24. Designing courses.25. Media/... view more
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    Smridhi Bhambri Trying to give directions to aspirants . | Contributor-Level 7

    5 years ago
    A PCB student have many courses to do. You can go for:
    Radiognosis
    Pathologicalstudies
    B.sc and M.Sc programmes
    Physiotherapy
    B. Pharm (Specialisation also m. Pharm )
    D. pharm
    Biotech
    Biomedical engineering
    and many more.
    But, first of all, go for your interest.
    Good Luck
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    maleficent buragohain a beginner.... | Contributor-Level 8

    6 years ago
    degree course in biotechnology,you can pursue degree course in physiotherapy. or b.pharm, B.Sc forestry, B.Sc forensic Science, B.Sc in agriculture.
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    Maggie Peyton I am here to hear you

    5 years ago
    You can pursue B.Tech in biotechnology. It has good scope in upcoming years. Don’t go for B.Sc in agriculture because there is no water for farming.
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    Anjali yadav Confused..

    5 years ago
    You can be a good lecturer or a professor in any of the 3 subjects. You can pursue B.Sc followed by M.Sc.
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    Sandeep Kumar Sonu

    4 years ago
    You can chose your career as a microbiologist, or do pharmacy.
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    Dr Swastik Sahu Medical & Engineering Consultant | Scholar-Level 17

    6 years ago
    After 12th in PCB, other then being a doctor, you have many other options like B.Sc Biological Science, Nursing, Medical Science, Agriculture, BPharm, DPharm to do.
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    Mohit Kumar

    5 years ago
    B.Sc Nursing:
    Diploma courses in path labs technologies. There are many diploma courses in medical line. There are more diagnostic labs and test centres than hospitals.
    Eg. One who checks x-ray, blood tests, eye tests, ecg, etc.
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    Taslim Arif Btech student. Believe in social work | Contributor-Level 8

    5 years ago
    You have the following career options:
    1. B.Sc in forensic science
    2. B.Pharm
    3. B.Tech in biotechnology
    4. B.Tech in forensic science
    Best of luck.
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    Diwakar Goel Let there be light where it is dark!!🌞🌞 | Scholar-Level 16

    3 years ago
    Yes, with PCB, you can do:
    MBA
    Law
    Biotechnology
    B.Sc in life sciences or environment Science or any core subject.
    IPM course from IIM very promising
    A BA in any subject from DU can also go for pharmacy, physiotherapy, Ayurveda which is BAMS though all these would be somehow a doctor only.

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