Exam Date: 21 May, 2021 - 23 May, 2021
Science is a multidisciplinary course having different subjects’ combinations in class 12th. These combinations can be PCB (Physics, Chemistry and Biology), PCM (Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics) and PCMB (Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Biology).
Having a good career in science, the student has a wide range of options to go ahead. It starts with bachelor’s degree (B.Sc), master’s degree (M.Sc) and then Ph.D. (Doctor of Philosophy) in a variety of subjects like Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Biology, Computer Science, Microbiology, Biotechnology among others.
Since the science course can be pursued as UG, PG and PhD, the eligibility criteria are different for each category. Below are the criteria’s for UG and PG Science course –
For Undergraduate –
For Postgraduate –
Science Entrance Exam
Science Entrance exams are held to help students get admission in their preferred colleges.
For UG –
Colleges mostly give admission for a bachelor’s degree based on merit, which is prepared based on the candidate’s 12th class exams.
For PG and PhD the following entrance exams are carried out –
1) IIT JAM –
IIT JAM – IIT Joint Admission Test.
This exam includes 7 different subjects, i.e., Biotechnology, Chemistry, Economics, Geology, Mathematics, Mathematical Statistics, and Physics. It is a 3 hours online exam during February. It enables the students to be eligible for admission in PG and PhD courses.
2) ICAR AIEEA –
ICAR AIEEA stands for the Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICA is responsible for conducting All India Entrance Examination for admissions to UG, PG and PhD. Courses.
The age limit for the students is minimum 16 years old. He/she must have passed 10+2 with at least three subjects out of Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Biology. The exam has questions on subjects, Physics, Chemistry and Biology. Exam duration is 2.5 hours and it is conducted online during June.
3) MCAER CET –
MCAER CET – Maharashtra Council of Agriculture Education and Research Common Entrance Test.
The exam is a state-level exam conducted by Maharashtra. It is a 2 hours exam conducted offline during March. It enables the students to get admission in PG courses in Maharashtra. The students to be eligible for appearing in the exam would have to have a minimum of 55% marks in the Bachelor’s degree.
4) NEST –
NEST – National Entrance Screening Test.
It is a national level exam conducted for admission to PG Science courses. The student appearing for this exam should have a minimum of 60% marks. It is a 3.5 hours long exam conducted offline during June. They would get admission in integrated MSc programmes of Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics.
5) JEST –
JEST – Joint Entrance Screening Exam
It is a national level exam conducted for admission to integrated MSc, PhD and integrated PhD courses. The student appearing for this exam should have a minimum of 55% marks. It is a 3 hours long exam conducted offline during February.
Science Scope in India
Students can pursue a bachelor’s degree in science, then choose the subject of their interest and pursue a Masters course and a PhD. Each course has its benefits. After the bachelor’s degree, one can pursue Masters or start a job. The various number of jobs available after completing a bachelor’s degree is also huge, like professors, Research Assistants, Technical Writers, and others.
The master’s degree in a particular field helps the student to research in that field. Getting employed as a research scientist, assisting scientists in research is also a good job in the field of Science.
Science Scope in Abroad
In the USA the BSc course is a 4-year program. They teach all types of subjects which are related to science. The USA is most preferred for STEM, i.e., Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.
For getting admission in B.Sc. Abroad –
Except for just doing the above courses, one can also go for –
1) Research-based jobs
4) Professional Diploma Courses
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All colleges offer different subjects for the UG and PG course. Below mentioned are the most common subjects taught all over India –
For UG course – (Physics)
1) Mathematical Physics
3) Waves and Optics
4) Digital Electronics
5) Electricity and Magnetism
6) Thermal Physics
For UG Course – (Computer Science)
3) Data Structures
4) Advanced java
5) C++ Programming
For PG Course – (Physics)
2) Relativity and Cosmology
4) Advanced optics
5) Radiation Theory
6) Mathematical Methods
For PG Course – (Computer Science)
1) Organic Chemistry
2) Inorganic Chemistry
3) Physical Chemistry
4) Analytical Chemistry
5) Computational Chemistry
6) Nuclear and Radiochemistry
For PhD course –
Students will select their subject of interest and pursue a PhD in them.
Students have a wide variety of job prospects in this field either science or non-science. But the jobs would mainly depend on the course and the specialization which they have done. For example, if a student has done a physics course in UG and PG, he/she can go for space/astronomy, healthcare, meteorology, and geophysics.
While, if a student has done a chemistry course in UG and PG, he/she can become a chemical engineer, analytical chemist, forensic scientist, and nanotechnologist.
After the BSc education, the student can either go for masters in a particular subject or start with a job; the various job opportunities for them in the field of Science are – Teacher, Consultant, Research analyst, Drug Safety Associate, Analyst.
Science Job Profile
Depending on the degree and specialization the student has done, the job profile would vary from student to student. Some of the job profiles are –
For UG Course –
Research Project Assistant
He/she is appointed as an assistant to the research project. He/she performs the experiments and does the research.
Drug Safety Associate
He/she monitors, evaluates and prevents adverse reactions of drugs in the patient’s body.
Clinical Research Associate
He/she collects and organizes data which is obtained from different field studies, also processes results of long term testing drugs.
He/she prepares instruction manuals, journal articles and other articles which help to communicate the results of complex studies. They also communicate with customers regarding information about technical information.
He/she has to plan and prepare lectures to disseminate knowledge. Research workshops can also be conducted.
He/she develops data using different mathematical software.
He/she helps the organization’s department like HR, Business, Management and Operations.
He/she helps the students to choose their course of interest and also helps them to solve their queries related to subjects.
For PG course -
He/she works in the R&D department in the field.
He/she works in coordination with a senior scientist and helps them in research.
He/she is at a low job position but helps the scientist in experiments or writing stuff.
Senior Research Fellow
He/she is employed in government institutes and helps senior scientists in research and supervising staff.
He/she not only teaches students but also helps in research work.
He/she works in colleges either state or central level.
Science Top Recruiters
Recruiting is the main process for a student to get placed. Each student has their own choice of course and specialization, so the companies would change from student to student. Some of the companies would be –
6) L & T Infotech
7) SRF Limited
8) Gharda Chemicals
13) Glenmark Pharmaceuticals
14) Gujarat Fluorochemicals
19) HCL Technologies
For a student to do a particular course, he/she should have an interest in that course. Some of the skills that student should have are –
1) Observation Skills
2) Analytical Skills
3) Scientific Skills
4) Experimental Skills
5) Problem-Solving Skills
6) Logical Skills
7) Research Skills
Students can do several courses at UG, PG and PhD levels. They can do a degree, diploma, certificate, integrated and vocational courses in science. They also have the option to do these courses as full-time, part-time, distance/correspondence and online programmes.
Some course can be –
1) Degree Science Courses – This degree can be BSc, BSc (honours) or MSc done at UG and PG levels.
2) Diploma Science Courses – They are 1-year programmes done at UG or PG level.
3) Certificate Science Courses – They are certified and are of 4-6 months of course which can be as part-time or full-time.
Students can do courses in many science branches across India. These branches can be –
Mathematics, Biology, Botany, Physics, Chemistry, Computer Science, Zoology, Microbiology.
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According to the Indian nursing council act 1947
Term of office and casual vacancies.
(1) Subject to the provisions of this section, an elected or nominated member, other
than a nominated President, shall hold office for a term of five years from the date of
his election or nomination or until his successor has been duly elected or nominated,
whichever is longer.
(2) An elected or nominated member may at any time resign his membership by
writing under his hand addressed to the President, and the seat of such member
shall thereupon become vacant.
(3) An elected or nominated member shall be deemed to have vacated his seat if he
is absent without excuse sufficient in the
opinion of the Council from three consecutive meetings of the Council where the
interval between the first and third of the said meetings exceeds six months.
(4) A casual vacancy in the Council shall be filled by fresh election or nomination, as
the case may be, and the person elected or
nominated to fill the vacancy shall hold office only for the remainder of the term for
which the member whose place he takes was elected or nominated.
(5) Members of the Council shall be eligible for re-election or renomination.
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