BSc or Bachelor of Science is a 3 years of an undergraduate course. This course is specially designed for those who are interested in making a career in the field of science and research.
BSc can be pursued from top institutions like University of Delhi, Aligarh Muslim University, University of Calcutta, Miranda House, Hindu College, etc. The average cost to study this program ranges from INR 20,000 to 50,000.
The basic eligibility criteria to opt this course is to have a minimum of 50% from any recognized board in 10+2. Admission to BSc courses is generally offered on the basis of merit, but there are few government institutions that conduct their own entrances for the course admission.
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The objective of this course is to offer both theoretical and practical knowledge in the areas of Maths, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Computer Science, etc. Various specializations are also available to choose from like IT, Nursing, Agriculture, Biotechnology, Nautical Science, Physics, Chemistry, etc.
Throughout the duration of the course, students are required to perform various laboratory and research works on the topics given by the universities.
One can opt specialization in various BSc courses like Maths, Physics, Chemistry, Computer Science, etc. However, the syllabus varies on the basis of specialization chosen. Here is the BSc syllabus of popular BSc subjects.
|Numerical methods practical using C|
|Linear programming and optimization|
|Electricity and Magnetism|
|Waves and Optics|
|Digital Systems and Applications|
|Elements of Modern Physics|
|Analog System and Application|
|Quantum Mechanics and Application|
|Solid State Physics|
|Chemistry||Structure and Bonding in Chemistry|
|Basic Concepts of Organic Chemistry|
|Inorganic Qualitative Analysis|
|Thermodynamics and Solutions|
|Fundamentals of Spectroscopy and Group Theory|
|Water Chemistry and Analysis|
|Food Chemistry and Analysis|
|Molecules of Life|
|Chemistry of Main Group Elements|
|Gravimetric Analysis and Preparation of Inorganic Chemistry|
|Coordination, Organometallic and Bioinorganic Chemistry|
|Chemistry of Natural Products|
|Transition Metals, Lanthanides, Actinides and Nuclear|
|Organic Synthesis and Heterocyclic Compounds|
|Electrochemistry, Phase Rule and Colloids|
|Material Science and Nanotechnology|
|Energy and Fuel Cells|
|Computer Science||Basics of Computer Programming|
|Computations in Life Sciences|
Apart from core subjects like Maths, Physics, Chemistry, etc there are plenty of other BSc subjects that are taught during the entire course duration. The table below shows some of the important BSc subjects.
Tabulated below are a few of the important BSc books that will help you to understand the concept of the course in a more better and thorough way.
|Inorganic Chemistry||Shriver and Atkins|
|Advanced Inorganic Chemistry||Cotton and Wilkinson|
|Fundamental Concepts of Inorganic Chemistry||Asim K Das|
|Textbook of Tensor Calculus and Differential Geometry||Nayak P K|
|Contemporary Abstract Algebra||Joseph A Gallia|
|A Text-Book of Vector Analysis||Narayan Shanti and Mittal P|
|Electromagnetic Theory||U A Bakshi and A V Bakshi|
|Mathematical Methods for Physicists||Arfken|
|Optics, Principles and Applications||K K Sharma|
|Understanding Solid State Physics||Sharon Ann Holgate|
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Post successfully covering all the topics taught and obtaining the BSc degree, one gets to work in various industries like biotechnology and pharmaceutical research, applied science fields and much more. They can explore these fields in job positions like Quality Analyst, Project Assistant, Clinical Research Assistant, etc in research laboratories or institutes.