There are various job opportunities available for a B.Sc.
degree holder in both public sector & private sector organizations.
The graduates who have completed B. Sc. (Hons.) - Chemistry could be employed in Laboratories, Medical Research, Manufacturing and Processing Firms, Testing Laboratories and Technical Journals. Other than this, the graduates could also get employment in Chemical Industry, Chemicals Manufacturing Companies and Cosmetic Companies. B. Sc. (Hons.) – Physics graduates could look for a job in Research institutes, Laboratories and Institutes, Educational Institutes, Agricultural Research services, Hospitals, Power Generating Companies, Aviation Industry and Construction Firms. The students could work as Lab Supervisor, Researcher, Technician, Teacher, Scientist, Research Associate, Senior Physicist and Assistant Scientist.
There are vast opportunities for the aspirants who have passed B.Sc. (Hons) - Mathematics. The graduates could work in different sectors including Software, Insurance, Market research and Banking. Students with B. Sc. (Hons.) – Statistics degree could work as teachers and assistant professor. B.Sc. Statistics are eligible to apply for various jobs in Banking, IT and Quality control. They can even take up Actuarial Science as a specialization and join in various financial and share trading companies. Some of the most renowned global Statistical organizations are Euro stat, IAOS, OECD, PARIS21 and UNESCO. A student with Master or Ph.D. in Statistics can apply for jobs such as a business analyst, statistics lecturer and professor. Aspirants who have completed B. Sc. (Hons.) – Biotechnology degree could find promising jobs in public and private sector organisations. Major employment areas of biotechnologists are Agriculture and Allied Industries, Agro Based Industries, Bio processing Industries, Chemical Industries, Colleges and Universities, Environmental Specialist, Food Processing Industries, Media Houses as Science Writer, Pharmaceutical Companies, Pharmaceutical Companies and Research Laboratories.
Aspirants of the field tend to do their Bachelor in Computer Applications (BCA) and then move ahead to do their Master in the same field. BCA followed by an MBA or MCA is the common path for people interested in the field of Information Technology (IT). The students could work as Web Designer, Data Entry Clerk, PHP Web Developer, software developer, software engineer, project manager, Systems Analyst and Office Administrator. Students who study BCA are very well versed in programming languages such as Java, C+, HML, and SQL.