Bachelor of Science is a undergraduate level course. As the name indicates, it gives specialization in Science. The branch of PCM includes Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. The course focuses on creating professional with understanding of functional and structural basis of Universe. It creates the basis of Science and candidates get the higher level of learning of chemical, mathematical and physical sciences.
Candidates also get opportunities of exposure to theoretical and experimental aspects of subjects and get an idea about advancement in the field of science including Nanotechnology. After the completion of the B.Sc degree there are various options available for the science students, they can go for master degree in Science i.e. M.Sc, go in a research area and can even look for professional job oriented courses. Often, in some reputed universities or colleges in India and abroad the students are recruited directly by big MNC’s after their completion of the course.
Bachelor of Science is an undergraduate level degree course in the field of science. It has many different specializations like Zoology, Chemistry, Biotechnology, Botany, Microbiology, and many more. B.Sc. in CBZ that is Chemistry, Botany, and Zoology, is a combined course which teaches about all the three subjects in detail. Candidates learn about the science of matter in more specialized manner and learn about its composition, structure, behavior, properties, and the changes it undergoes during any chemical reaction. They also learn about plant biology which includes study about algae, fungi, their growth, reproduction, development, chemical properties, structure, metabolism, etc. as a part of Botany.
The Zoology branch of the course deals with the topics like animal kingdom, their structure, embryology, classification, evolution, etc for both living and extinct animals. The course is practical in nature and includes many lab sessions; hence it can only be pursued as regular degree. After completing B.Sc., students can also pursue career as
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