I am preparing for jee , I wnat to know that crashup or mohit tyaagi which one is best for physics ??
hope you are doing well and safe. With reference to your query, I would glad inform you that mohit tyagi will be the better option for physics in my opinon . Mohit tyagi book concepts are very good and deep easy to understand . Moroever,it has questions of every level which can moves you to basic to advanced . One advise move step by step first easy ,medium and then hard to get feel motivated and confident
Hope you found this answer informative. Best wishes for your future
what are the carrier options after pcbh( physics, chemistry, biology, hindi).can any one tel me plz.
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Subjects such as physics, chemistry and biology (PCB) are required for students who is aspiring to take up careers in medicine or dental studies, biochemistry, biotechnology, microbiology, agricultural and dairy science. Options are also available in the paramedical and allied fields such as Nursing, Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy, Audiology, Speech Therapy, Medical Lab Technology, Optometry, Nutrition and Dietetics, Pharmacy etc. Those interested in Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Science can take up a career as a veterinary doctor.
- Bsc in Microbiology, Biotechnology,Environmental science,etc
- BPT(Bachelor of Physiotherapy )
- B. Pharm
- Food and Agriculture
I am a student of 12th with PCB so what are the carrers in physics field for PCB student
As per your question if you think that being a biology student you can't make a career in physics then you are totally misguided.I clear you that you can do many things in physics but must have interest in it.Go for physics honours after 12th in reputed universities like DU,IP etc,By this you can get easily good salary in private sector and also you can start your own tuition classes.Beside it if you have time and good financial condition then surely go for masters.It will give a star to your future.if you want to become a scientist then go for bsc(forensic science)and pass from first division in physics .
Please visit also the below link for any query related to your career after PCB
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I want to became an astrophysicist and currently in high school would you plz suggest me what should I do either bsc in physics hon. or applied physics to chase my goal.....and which country is best and affordable for me..................
I am much interested in the study of Physics, especially, astronomy / cosmology / astrophysics. Which is/are the best institution(s) in India or across the globe for me to go for? And how can I ?
First, I would advise you to pursue B.Sc./BS in Physics or BTech in Engineering Physics if youre into Engineering, from some of the best Central Universities or Technical Institutes in India. After Graduation, you may pursue Postgraduation in Astrophysics, either from India or Abroad followed by a Career in Industry, Research and Academia.
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hey i have taken pcmb as my subjects in class 11 so i took a subsrciption of jee batch as i am taking biology in offline mode. So in future if i have to give NEET exam then can jee lectures of physics and chemistry can make difference ?
I guess I can answer well considering I too took up PCMB in 11th and 12th, and cleared NEET and am currently a MBBS student.
First thing first, yes your command over physics and chemistry will help. In JEE questions are more detailed and if you can do them, you actually have a good understanding. NEET has pretty straightforward questions coupled with a few HITS which make all the difference. Give a special focus on organic chemistry and you’ll be okay.
Another thing I must mention is that you NEED to give more attention to biology. This is the subject which ensures your MBBS seat, physics and chemistry ensures a good college. You need more than NCERT, so don’t hesitate before exploring some topics in detail.
NEET is a test of your grit more than your knowledge. Keep working hard. Goodluck!
b pharmacy. which subject should. i select maths or physics
I hope you are doing well!
1. Bachelor Degree in Pharmacy requires a candidate to have cleared 10+2 with Physics, Chemistry, Maths (PCM) or Physics, Chemistry, Biology (PCB) or Physics, Chemistry, Maths &Biology as subjects. One must also pass with at least 50% marks in Pre University Course with biology/mathematics as one of the subjects, or complete a D.Pharma. (Diploma in Pharmacy).
2. There is an option of pursuing Direct Second Year Bachelor of Pharmacy (Lateral Entry) if one has: Should have aggregate of 50% marks in the First and Second year D. Pharmacy Examination with a pass in HSC or equivalent with Physics, Chemistry and Biology (Botany & Zoology) or Mathematics.
Minimum qualifying marks in 10+2 examination as per Regulation (1a) above with pass in two year D. Pharmacy course.
The criteria of minimum percentage of marks may differ from institute to institute. In some states it is also mandatory to give an additional pharmacy entrance examination in order to be eligible for the course.
can i study from jee lectures of physics and chemistry for neet exam
The syllabus of Physics and Chemistry is almost the same for JEE and NEET. ... Study Physics & Chemistry combined for JEE and NEET. Study Math and Biology separately. For Biology, you need to be consistent in revision & memorization.
Candidates can also watch video lectures by IIT professors during JEE Main 2020 and NEET 2020 preparation. The video lectures by IIT professors and subject experts are available for free on the official website of NTA.