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there are lots of careers path available for you. you can do B.ed if you interested in teaching profession or if you want to do higher study you can do msc in relevant subject which are related with biology like bio technology, nutrition etc. if you want to make your career in finance you may join mba courses by clearing cat/mat/xat or any equivalent test.
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Dear Sehraj, yes you can pursue Psychology after BPT. The basic eligibility criteria for Masters in Psychology is that you should have studied Psychology as a subject in your Bachelor's degree and secure a minimum aggregate of 50% in your Graduation. M.Sc Psychology deals with the scientific aspect of Psychology while MA Psychology deals with the social aspect of Psychology. Post Masters, you can pursue Ph.D or you can work as a Lecturer in Psychology in BPT Colleges or you can appear for UGC-NET for the post of Assistant Professors. You cannot be a counsellor though because you atleast need a M.Phil to be a Counsellor and be registered with the Rehabilitation Council of India. You have multiple opportunities in this field.
Yes , you have heard it right, there will be no more aiims ug and Jipmer ug entrance for admission into mbbs. Both aiims and Jipmerhave been included in neet now , so admission is all the medical colleges of India including all the aiims and Jipmer will be based on marks obtained in neet , so you need to prepare well for it.
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