i have 88% marks in 12th boards in pcm obtained in 2019 at present i am a dropper for neet ug but seeing the increasing competition i don't want to take any further risk i want to start working on my ug bsc course most suitably chemistry hounrs since boards are cancelled this year please guide me
BSc Chemistry is a great course and you can have a very successful career in the same.
Industries like electronic products, construction, pharmaceuticals, etc. make use of chemicals on a day-to-day basis.
My suggestion to you is to look for an institution which you think is feasible to you and start preparing for the entrance exam also you should make portfolio of all your previous year NEET results and results of any National level exam you attempted.
I will provide you with the top universities for BSc Chemistry.
- Oxford College of Science (Bangalore)
- Elphinstone College (Mumbai)
- Gargi College (New Delhi)
- Fergusson College (Pune)
- Loyola College (Chennai)
All this institution have different parameters for selection.
After completing B.Sc in Chemistry, you can either go for further studies or search for jobs in the related field. If further studies interest you then M.Sc in Chemistry, M.Sc in Drug Chemistry, M. Sc in Physical and Materials Chemistry, PhD etc. can be one of the few courses that you can take up.
- If not, career opportunities including Quality Controller, Biomedical Chemist, Chemical Engineering Associate, Industrial Research Scientist or research laboratories, colleges and universities are the sectors that recruit the highest number of Chemistry graduates.
I hope this will help you,
All the best!