B.Sc (Bachelor Of Science)

A BSc course can be pursued as both a full-time or part-time course. Students can choose to pursue a General BSc or BSc (Honours). The course is most apt for students who have a strong interest and background in Science and Mathematics. The course is also beneficial for students who wish to pursue multi and inter-disciplinary science careers in future. After the completion of a BSc degree, candidates can opt to pursue a Master of Science (MSc) or even secure admission in a professional job-oriented course. The BSc programmes are generally of three years duration. In the case of part-time or distance learning programmes, the duration varies between four to five years. The pedagogy of BSc programmes is a combination of theory and practical lessons. 

The BSc curriculum includes practical lessons which carry a considerable amount of weightage. To pass a semester, students need to pass both the theory as well practical exams.

A BSc course can be pursued as both a full-time or part-time course. Students can choose to pursue a General BSc or BSc (Honours). The course is most apt for students who have a strong interest and background in Science and Mathematics. The course is also beneficial for students who wish to pursue multi and inter-disciplinary science careers in future. After the completion of a BSc degree, candidates can opt to pursue a Master of Science (MSc) or even secure admission in a professional job-oriented course. The BSc programmes are generally of three years duration. In the case of part-time or distance learning programmes, the duration varies between four to five years. The pedagogy of BSc programmes is a combination of theory and practical lessons. The BSc curriculum includes practical lessons which carry a considerable amount of weightage. To pass a semester, students need to pass both the theory as well practical exams.

The BSc eligibility criteria are as follows:

Candidates should clear Class 12 in the Science stream with minimum 50 per cent to 60 per cent aggregate from a recognised board. It may be noted that the minimum percentage required for BSc admissions may vary depending on the policy of the university/ college in which a candidate is applying. Candidates must have studied Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics (PCM) or Physics, Chemistry and Biology as core subject combinations. Generally, there is no age limit for pursuing BSc unless specified by an institute’s eligibility criteria

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