B.Sc. Pass Course (PCM) BSc PCM

School of Life & Basic Sciences

This course enables the students to take up advanced studies in Chemistry, Mathematics, and Physics. The programme consists of six core papers and two non-credit papers. Students develop professional laboratory skills required to work in the sector through practical exposure in the labs. The teaching also focuses on developing the skills of problem-solving, team working, presentation and communication skills. In the third semester students are taken on a compulsory educational tour and in the fourth semester they are assigned project work that is undertaken in the industry or research institutes.

Key Information

Duration

3 Years

Eligibility

10+2 Science PCM or Equivalent

Selection Procedure

Merit + PI

Scholarship

As per University norms

Programme Structure

  • Differential Calculus
  • Algebra
  • Object Oriented Programming In C++
  • Environmental Science
  • Mechanics
  • Chemical Energetics, Equilibria & Functional Group Organic Chemistry-I
  • Differential Equation
  • Environmental Studies
  • Thermal Physics
  • Solution,Phase Equilibrium Conductance, Electro Chemistry & Functional Group Organic Chemistry-II
  • Real Analysis
  • Vector Calculus
  • Thermal Physics
  • Electricity and Magnetism
  • Transition Metal & Coordination Chemistry, States of Matter and Chemical Kinetics
  • Algebra
  • Pharmaceutical Chemistry
  • Solid State Physics
  • Organometallics, Bioinorganic Chemistry, Polynuclear Hydrocarbons and UV, IR Spectroscopy
  • Linear Programming
  • Entrepreneurship development
  • Quantum Mechanics
  • Quantum Chemistry, Spectroscopy & Photo Chemistry
  • Numerical Methods
  • Electrical circuits and Network Skills

Career Prospects

Best course to pursue after B.Sc. PCM

  • M.Sc. Chemistry
  • M.Sc. Physics
  • M.Sc. Mathematics
  • Master of business management
  • Engineering
  • Healthcare & Hospital Management
  • Aviation
  • Logistics & Supply Chain Management
  • Banking
  • Automobile & Marketing
  • MCA

Career options available after doing B.Sc. in PCM

  • Forensic Scientist. 
  • Pharmacist.
  • Food Scientist and Nutritionist. 
  • Administrative Roles
  • Educational Institutes.
  • Space Research Institutes.
  • Hospitals.
  • Health Care Providers.
  • Pharmaceuticals and Biotechnology Industry.
  • Chemical Industry.
  • Environmental Management and Conservation.
  • Forensic Crime Research.

Competitive Exams after B.Sc. PCM

  • UPSC.
  • SSC(CGL & CPO)
  • AFCAT.
  • CDS.
  • State civil services.
  • State police services.
  • IBPS.
  • SBI PO.

Applying for Admissions 2021

The programme leads the students to higher learning in physical, mathematical and chemical sciences and contributes to the welfare of the society. It is designed to help the students to understand the importance of chemicals, chemical industries and their role in improving the quality of human life. It also helps the students to recognize and appreciate the contribution of great scientists in the field of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.

10+2 Sciences (Maths/ Physics/Chemistry) minimum 45% marks at 10+2 level or equivalent with English/Hindi as compulsory Subject.

  • M.Sc. Chemistry
  • M.Sc. Physics
  • M.Sc. Mathematics
  • Master of business management
  • Engineering
  • Healthcare & Hospital Management
  • Aviation
  • Logistics & Supply Chain Management
  • Banking
  • Automobile & Marketing
  • MCA

B.Sc. is a little comfortable. Students need to be good with science and maths subjects whereas B.tech is tough and demanding. If you are comfortable with basic science and are more inclined to non-technical aspects of science, then B.Sc is a good choice, and if added with M.Sc. you can make good progress in your career.

  • Forensic Scientist.
  • Pharmacist.
  • Food Scientist and Nutritionist.
  • Administrative Roles
  • Educational Institutes.
  • Space Research Institutes.
  • Hospitals.
  • Health Care Providers.
  • Pharmaceuticals and Biotechnology Industry.
  • Chemical Industry.
  • Environmental Management and Conservation.
  • Forensic Crime Research.

There are typically two types of B.Sc. degrees awarded to students – B.Sc. Honours and B.Sc. Pass course. Both the academic degrees are awarded to students at an undergraduate level. However, there are some basic differences that lie between the two.

The difference between B.Sc. Honours and B.Sc. Pass course is basically explained below, based on certain parameters that would assist students in making a better choice between the two courses.

B.Sc. Honours course is designed to inculcate advanced theoretical, practical, and research skills among students. It is a more standardized degree and focuses usually on one major subject area. B.Sc. Pass course, on the other hand, is designed to provide foundation knowledge of Science subject to students. It usually covers all major subjects of Science.

  • UPSC.
  • SSC(CGL & CPO)
  • AFCAT.
  • CDS.
  • State civil services.
  • State police services.
  • IBPS.
  • SBI PO.
  • Go for Higher Studies:
    • M. Sc., or Direct PhD.
    • Go for an MBA and enter in the world of HR, Marketing & Sales.
  • Go for Teaching / Academic Job after clearing NET exam.
    • You are eligible for most of the Research Jobs with higher perks offered to those candidates who have qualified any of the national level entrance exams like< CSIR NET , GATE  , DBT BET, ICMR JRF, ARS NET.
    • Post Doc Researcher: In India or Abroad.
    • For Abroad: Clear GATE Exam/GRE/TOEFL.
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