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Better Career Option after 12th- B.Tech or B.Sc

Parents and students get confused about selecting a career option after the 12th. It is one of the most important stages for the students. Many a time students fail to decide which courses are best for them with a better career scope. Sometimes students end up selecting a field that is not fruitful for them. The aspirants should be clear regarding their interest areas so that they can finalize a career path. If you are unable to decide which course is better among B.Sc and B.Tech, we will help you to find out which career option is well suited.

B.Sc. is an area of study that focuses on science as the name suggests and is generally theoretical. B.Sc is a study-oriented program. On the other hand, B.Tech is also known as Bachelor of Technology and it is a career-oriented program that focuses on applied science.

It is said that B.Sc students do not get better job opportunities. Here, job opportunity is limited. On the other hand, B.Tech is one of the most popular courses among the students. While pursuing your career in B.Tech one can achieve a lot in a short period. Students have dreams of getting admission to one of the most popular institutes in India that is Indian Institute of Technology (IIT).

Comparing B.Sc or B.Tech:

  • If you are an engineering student who to from a non-medical or PCMB background then you will be willing to take admission to Computer Science Engineering, Information Technology, Artificial Intelligence, and Machine Learning, Electronics and Communication Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, or B.Tech Biotechnology. On the other hand, selecting a course in B.Sc depend on the interest and future goal of the students. Students get an option from Biology to Physics to Chemistry to Mathematics as per their interests.
  • The candidates get more options in academics, are passionate about the subject, strong theoretical foundation, and are willing to be in research or teaching option. Whereas, B.Tech is a great platform for work as it is beneficial.


B.Tech Admission Eligibility Criteria:

The eligibility criteria for B.Tech admission in any engineering college are quite similar all over India. It is the basic B.Tech admission eligibility criteria:-

  • Clear class 12th with PCM or PCMB stream along with English subject.
  • Must have got at least 50% marks in each of the subjects taken i.e. in Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, English, respectively.
  • Candidates who come under the category of SC/ST are eligible for 5% relaxation in the qualifying marks.
  • For studying Biomedical or Biotechnology Engineering, candidates have to take Biology as a subject in class 12th.
  • Students need to take an entrance examination, the scores or ranks of which will determine their admission to a college.


B.Sc Admission Eligibility Criteria:

  • The aspirants should be 12th passed out in the Science stream with a minimum of 60% aggregate marks from a recognized board. Whereas, the minimum percentage required for B.Sc 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 B.Sc unless specified by an institute's eligibility criteria.


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