NEW DELHI: Exams will over but then…? If you are thinking the same then, go through these career options. However, on choosing Science stream for Class 12, students get many options to build successful career into.
Here are some courses you can keep in mind while choosing an appropriate path.
1- Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech)
Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech) is a four-year course in many fields of engineering and technology. Students can learn theoretical and practical skills required in the corporate world. Popular streams contain information technology, mechanical engineering, chemical engineering, data science, civil engineering and instrumentation engineering.
2- Bachelor of Computer Applications (BCA)
Bachelor of Computer Application (BCA) is a three-year program delivering theoretical and practical learning of computer application and technology. It includes programming languages, coding, networking, data management, digital frameworks, statistics and business communication.
3- Bachelor of Architecture (B.Arch)
Bachelor of Architecture (B.Arch) is a five-year program that helps students make different elements for designing and constructing spaces. They may learn architecture design, settlement planning, and building construction. The course generally trains them to evolve into experts in environmental planning, housing, and infrastructure planning.
4- Bachelor of Science (B.Sc)
A Bachelor of Science (B.Sc) is a three-year degree program that includes several specialisations, including physics, chemistry, visual communication, home science, digital animation and agriculture. Students can become research analysts, chemists, consultants, technical writers or editors.
5- Bachelor of Design (B.Des)
The Bachelor of Design (B.Des) degree programme is of three or four years depending on student specialisation. This program concentrates on product growth and marketing in fashion, packaging, interior, jewellery and multimedia. Students can become fashion designers, textile designers, graphic designers or product designers.
first published:April 8, 2022, 9:34 p.m.