Which course is the best after 12th in PCM with 60% marks - B.Sc or BA?
Shubham !it is totally your wish that in which stream you want to get admission.Study about the stream and see if your comfortness lies in it.All the streams are doing equally good and moreover their scopes are also equal but it is suggested to choose the college carefully as it matters a lot in your placements.here are some of the premier institutes where you may get admission :
3.Lovely Professional University
Lovely Professional University has set a new standards in the education.along with good platform this university provide a stage where their students can interact with the elites of their disciplines .
Either all the courses out there in the market are best or none of the courses are good. The 'best' should be decided on your willingness to learn and on your decision or your dreams like what type of life you want to live and what career you want to follow. If you are interested in engineering but cannot get a good college because of low score then B.Sc is the right choice.
Many IT B.Sc graduates or engineers at the end work together on same platforms nowadays. So, just focus on developing your skills and fully consume the course.
You want to get admission. Study about the stream and see if your comfort lies in it. All the streams are doing equally good and moreover their scopes are also equal but it is suggested to choose the college carefully as it matters a lot in your placements. Here are some of the premier institutes where you may get admission:
3. Lovely Professional University
Lovely Professional University has set a new standard in the education. Along with good platform, this university provides a stage where their students can interact with the elites of their disciplines.
Hello Shubham, B.Sc. Programme is Science related qualification which is suitable to you as you have already done +2 in PCM. You can take any specialisation in B.Sc. , like Maths, Physics, Chemistry, Geography, Food Science, Zoology, Botany, Agriculture, Information Technology, Forensic Sciences, etc. Now, some institutes use prefix as B.Tech and some use as B.Sc. For these domains. So, you have a large pool of programs or specializations to choose from. All of these can also lead to further M.Sc. Qualification which is a research-oriented degree. In M.Sc. , the choice becomes more wider and you can further narrow down and pick more specialis... view more
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