Opportunities after BSc
LEAD wants to encourage bright students to take up pure sciences, which, in many cases, offers better opportunities than regular BE. Some institutes like CMI and ISI offer scholarships of Rs 5,000 and Rs 3,000 respectively per month for every student during graduation itself. After graduation, they can take up civil services exam to pursue a prestigious career in administrative, police or foreign services. They can also take up combined defense services or other exams for posts of officers in private and public sector enterprises. After completing Masters/ B Ed and clearing NET exam, they can become lecturers getting a starting salary of more than Rs 20,000/ month. They can pursue research activities in various institutes. LEAD can guide students to the right colleges, as well as in preparing for a career after graduation. Students who [have/expect to] score more than 85% in the subject in which they want to pursue their higher studies can contact LEAD.
a. Al Ameen College, Bangalore
It is offering 20 seats in their BSc programme in any of the following four combinations – i. Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics or ii. Chemistry, Botony, Zoology or iii. Chemistry, Microbiology, Zoology or iv. Physics, Mathematics, Computer Science) on up to 75% scholarship basis for boys and girls passing out of II PUC/ 12th Std in 2012 and who have scored more than 80% in any one subject (P,C,M or B).
b. Shaheen Girls Degree College, Bidar
It is offering 10 seats in their BSc programme (in Physics, Chemistry, Computer Science, Mathematics or Zoology) on a 100% scholarship basis for girls passing out of II PUC/ 12th Std in 2012 and who have scored more than 85% in any one subject (P,C,M or B). It also offers an Aalimah course (compulsory for Muslim students) alongside so that the student combines both subject and spiritual knowledge in 3 years. Girls Hostel facilities are available. Students interested in admission can also contact Shaheen College immediately on receiving their II PUC/ 12th Std results.
Last Updated (Saturday, 03 March 2012 02:03)