Courses after 12th with Biology


A Career in Biology after 12th Class

Students who have chosen PCB (Physics, Chemistry & Biology) as their subject for class 12 and want to know about the Career in Biology available in medical as well as non-medical fields, have landed on the right page.

There are many students in our country who chose PCB as their subjects for class 12th but don’t have the right knowledge of what kind of courses are available for them. In this article, you will get to know about the career options available after 12th with Biology.

There are many students who want to go into the medical field and on the other hand, there are many students who don’t want to go into the competitive medical field. We have gathered all the information for each one of you.

Medical Field

MBBS – Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery is one of the most famous courses among the students of biology. This degree course is of 5 years duration. Students can take admission into this course from NEET UG Entrance Exam.

BAMS – BAMS stands for Bachelor of Ayurveda Medicine and Surgery. This course is of 4.5 years duration and plus 1 year of compulsory internship.

BUMS – Bachelor of Unani Medicine and Surgery is a course based on the Unani Medicine system. This course is also 5.5 years which includes 1 year of compulsory internship.

BDS – BDS stands for Bachelor of Dental Surgery. This course is of 5 years duration which also includes 1 year of internship. Basically, from this course, a student can become a Dentist.

BHMS – Bachelor of Homeopathy Medicine and Surgery. This other course is of 4.5 years duration and plus 1 year of compulsory internship.

B.VSc – Bachelor of Veterinary Science is a 5-year course. This course is also in high demand. Veterinary Doctors deal with animals and birds.

B Pharma – Bachelor of Pharmacy is a four-year course to practice as a pharmacist. This is also a popular course after 12th biology.

Let’s look at the B.Sc. Courses available after 12th with Biology.

Listed down below are some of the following B.Sc. courses: However there are many other courses available. Let’s take a look at some of the courses:-

  1. Bio-Chemistry
  2. Biotechnology
  3. B.Sc. in Respiratory Care Therapy
  4. Microbiology
  5. B.Sc. in Food Science/ Food Science & Technology
  6. Botany
  7. Nursing
  8. B.Sc. in Renal Dialysis Technology
  9. B.Sc. in Optometry
  10. B.Sc. in AH (Animal Husbandry)
  11. Bachelor in Physiotherapy- BPT
  12. B.Sc. Emergency & Critical Care Technology
  13. B.Sc. in Cardiac Care Technology
  14. B.Sc. in Environmental Science
  15. Occupational Therapy

Non-Medical Field

Here we will discuss some of the career options available for those who specifically don’t want to become any kind of doctor. So, let’s discuss some of the career options available except medical after the 12th standard.

Food Science – It is a field in which candidates understand the effect on dairy, plants, and food through biological and chemical procedures. This career has immense scope.

Bioinformatics – This is another popular course. This course has combined the knowledge of three subjects namely computer science, information technology, and biology.

Public Health Administration – This is a very good career to pursue. The main work of a Public Health Administrator is to promote and improve proper public health. A student can do B.Sc. Public Health to pursue in this career.

Environmental Science – As we all know that environmental science is all about the environment and its interaction with other organisms, including humankind. Students can do B.Sc. Environmental Science to pursue this career option.

Bio-technology – Biotechnology is basically the study of organisms in the industrial process. It is the fusion of technology and biology. It is a very good career to pursue with opportunities in the public as well as the private sector.

If you are further interested in knowing more about this topic and want to seek some expert help, Contact:-

Sunanda Rao, Career Counselor

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