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B.Sc Best Course Or B.Tech Best Course
There is a lot of confusions in students for whether they enroll in B.Sc. or B.Tech after 12th.
A common misconception is B.Tech (engineering) is better than B.Sc. (pure science), while a few confident students stick to B.Sc. as their career goals are clear. Some feel B.Tech is tough and they won’t be able to perform up to the expected level, while others feel B.Sc. is way too easy.
To remove this confusion and misconceptions, let’s look at the different aspects involved in these two courses which might help you in choosing either B.Sc. or B.Tech.
|Criteria||BSc (Bachelor of Science)||BTech (Bachelor of Technology)|
|Duration||3 years||4 years|
|Area Of Study||Pure Science||Applied Science|
|Content Type||Broad and Theoretical||Practical and Technical|
|Number of Courses||Comparatively More in B.Sc.||Comparatively less in B.Tech|
|Course Rigor||Comfortable as compared to B.Tech.||Tough and Demanding|
|For whom it is?||One who is more inclined towards the non-technical part like basic science. More of a researcher.||One who is more interested in the technical part of science like designing, calculating, performing etc.|
|Course Type||More of a Study Oriented Course||More of a Job Oriented Course|
Advantages of B.Sc. over B.Tech
This is not to hurt any feelings of an engineering student. Yes, Engineering is the best among all the bachelor courses to achieve heights in your career, but it does have some disadvantages as well as per the current Indian education scenario. We want you to be more reasonable while making decisions for your career. Awareness is a vital key for an excellent plan.
Wide Range of Career Options For B.Sc Aspirants
Comparing B.Sc. or B.Tech, as an engineering student you are bound to get admission in limited engineering courses such as IT, CS, Electrical, Mechanical etc.
You choose the one which is in trend. In B.Sc., you will get a wide range of subjects to choose according to your interest and passion. The courses in B.Sc. are more specific to your interest. From Biology to Physics to Chemistry, you can take admission in any course which suits your passion. Some of the major courses in B.Sc. are:
B.Sc. Biology, B.Sc. Geology, B.Sc. Chemistry, B.Sc. Mathematical Statistics, B.Sc. Mathematics, B.Sc. Microbiology, B.Sc. Biotechnology, B.Sc. Agricultural and Dairy Science, B.Sc. Biological Science, B.Sc. Nursing, B.Sc. Physiotherapy, B.Sc. Biomedical Science, B.Sc. Occupational Therapy, B.Sc. Physical Science, B.Sc. Botany, B.Sc. Genetics, B.Sc. Horticulture, B.Sc. Environmental Science, B.Sc. Nutrition and Dietetics BFSc (Bachelor in Fisheries Sciences), B.Sc. Food Technology, B.Sc. Zoology, B.Sc. Home Science, B.Sc. Forensic Science and many more.
To know the complete list of courses in which you can take admission, visit – List of B.Sc. Courses
Choose B.Sc. if –
You like to study theoretical science, more of reading and researching, learning new breakthroughs, derive formulas in research science & mathematics (and related).
If you are comfortable working in labs and similar settings than working machines and at industrial plants, then a pure science course like BSc is for you.
Choose B.Tech if –
You are a person who likes, or look forward, to doing more hands-on-work, practical rather than theoretical work, test things rather than spend time at labs formulating and researching. It means you like to work by applying solutions to resolve issues rather than studying in depth in to new areas and findings.
From where we can enroll in either B.Sc or B.Tech course? Please Suggest.
Excel Distance Education is best institute for B.Sc. or B.Tech in regular mode from various reputed university in Palwal (Delhi-NCR) who want to purse.
So contact today.