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with internship you need to full fill others eligibility criteria:
nationality should be indian
must passed the bds course
A candidate should have a provisional or permanent registration certification issued by DCI or State Dental Council (SDC) by March 31 of the particular academic year.
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jnu post graduate entrance test form will be available on first week of march 2020. all you can do now to take preparation. please follow careers360 website for further updates.
You can pursue higher education by doing MSc in any of your chosen fields related to your domain of study such as genetics, biotechnology, microbiology etc. You can clear NET/SET and become lecturer in college. You can also pursue BEd and by clearing CET and state level TETs, you can teach at schools.
You can change stream, if management studies interest you, you can pursue MBA. Or, you can also go for law, for three year LLB program. There are various options in media industry as well. All depends on your areas of interest.
You can go for government jobs if this interests you, such as UPSC,SSC CGL, State PSCs etc and for banking jobs, you can apply for SBI, IBPS, RBI and even insurance companies like LIC, NICL, GIC etc recruit from time to time, all these need mere graduation without any specific aggregate except RBI for which it's mandatory to have 60% at 10th, 12th and graduation level.
bhartiar university established in 1982 and has both undergraduate and post graduate course. university is recognized by UGC. and many students are studying different courses in this university. I think you can go for it,
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.
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