In Small Town and even in cities, a lot of students do Bsc from local colleges in the nearby areas. Most Students in the early stage of their life do not know what to do in life and what to study. Even Parents are not so much aware of various career options available at the present time and due to which they are also not able to help their children in decision making regarding their career.



One of the major reasons why students do Bsc from a local college is the fear of parents in sending children to a distant place for study. So they ask their ward to take admission in BSc in a local college.

So now whatever decision is taken in the past, the question is what should students do after taking admission in BSc in any specialization?  What are the options available for them after the Bsc gets completed?

So, let's see what to do after completing BSc?  I would suggest you go for a higher degree after
your graduation i.e. Bsc degree or go for Government Job because BSc graduates are paid less
by private companies. Also, it's better which the option you have to choose that you can start
the preparation in the graduation days itself.


So let`s see the list of options available after completing BSc (Any Specialization)

  • Prepare for CAT
  • Prepare for IIT JAM
  • Prepare for Government Exams
  • Prepare for Army
  • Do Bed
Now Let`s see in detail How you should approach each of the career options?



Prepare for Common Entrance Test (CAT)


After your Bsc Degree, doing an MBA would be a good option as you get very well paid after your MBA degree. Not only pay is better, even you rise the corporate ladder very fast and you get a good opportunity to take a decision for the betterment of people and the company.

After you have taken admission in Bsc Course, it would be a good decision if you start preparing for CAT after your first semester itself. It`s always better to start your preparation as early as possible.


Common Entrance Test (CAT) is the exam conducted by the Indian Institute of Management for admission to it's a Master of Business administration (MBA) course. Many MBA Colleges in India are considering the CAT score for admission into their MBA Programs. So a single exam can help you get you an option to get admission into multiple colleges in India.



CAT Exam Pattern


  • Exam Window - Morning and Evening window
  • Total Sections - 3

                                 VARC - Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension          
                                 DILR - Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning          
                                 QA - Quantitative Ability


  • Test Duration - 3 Hours

  • Mode of Exam – Online
  • Total no of Questions - 100
  • Time for each section - 60 minutes. Students cannot switch between sections.
  • Negative Marking - 1 marks / wrong MCQ answer. No negative marking for TITA Questions.

Important Points
  • Online Calculator is allowed.
  • Some of the Questions are TITA (Type in the Answers)

Syllabus for CAT Exam


Here, We will provide the section-wise syllabus.

1. Verbal Ability




  • Fill in the blanks
  • Syllogisms
  • Foreign language words used in English
  • Verbal Reasoning
  • Grammar
  • Sentence completion
  • Jumbled paragraphs
  • Para Completion and inference
  • Sentence correction
  • Verbal Logic
  • Antonyms
  • One word substitution
  • Para jumbles
  • Analogies
  • Contextual usage
  • Facts-Inferences-Judgments







2. Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning




  • Blood Relations
  • Direction Sense
  • Clocks and Calendars
  • Puzzles
  • Data Arrangement
  • Seating Arrangement
  • Series
  • Coding-Decoding
  • Proposition
  • Binary Logic
  • Statements
  • Tables
  • Data Structures
  • Caselets
  • Line Graphs
  • Bars
  • Syllogism
  • Data Sufficiency
  • Pie Charts



3. Quantitative Aptitude Syllabus



  • LCM and HCF
  • Percentages
  • Profit and Loss
  • Interest (Simple and Compound)
  • Speed, Time and Distance; Time and Work; Averages; Ratio and Proportion and others
  • Number System (3-4) questions
  • Algebra (5-7 questions)
  • Geometry/Mensuration (6-8 questions)
  • Pure Math (1-2 questions)
  • Venn diagrams and other topic-based questions are (2-3 questions)
  • Linear Equations; Quadratic Equations
  • Complex Numbers
  • Logarithm; Progressions
  • Binomial Theorem
  • Surds and Indices
  • Inequalities
  • Permutation and Combination
  • Probability Functions
  • Set Theory
  • Mixtures and Alligations
  • Coordinate Geometry
  • Trigonometry


Top 20 Management College: NIRF 2020 Ranking




See below the list of top 20 best management colleges of India as per NIRF Ranking 2020.




Management College
City
NIRF 2020 Rank
Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad
Ahmedabad
1
Indian Institute of Management Bangalore
Bangalore
2
Indian Institute of Management Calcutta
Calcutta
3
Indian Institute of Management Lucknow
Lucknow
4
Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur
Kharagpur
5
Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode
Kozhikode
6
Indian Institute of Management Indore
Indore
7
Indian Institute of Technology Delhi
Delhi
8
Xavier Labour Relations Institute (XLRI)
Jamshedpur
9
Management Development Institute
Gurgaon
10
Indian Institute of Technology Bombay
Bombay
11
Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee
Roorkee
12
National Institute of Industrial Engineering
Mumbai
13
Indian Institute of Technology Madras
Madras
14
Indian Institute of Management Tiruchirappalli
Tiruchirappalli
15
Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur
Kanpur
16
Indian Institute of Management Udaipur
Udaipur
17
S. P. Jain Institute of Management and Research
Mumbai
18
Indian Institute of Management Raipur
Raipur
19
Indian Institute of Management Ranchi
Ranchi
20



Prepare for IIT JAM 


If anyone is interested in research and want to continue with the learning done in BSc then he /she can continue with MSc in the same discipline as taken in Bsc.
      
Let, for example, if you have done your BSc in Agriculture and you want to do research in the agriculture field then you can do Msc in agriculture from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT).     I would always recommend you to study at the best college in the country as it helps you to get access to some of the best professors in the field and also get you easy access to some of the top companies in your field.

For getting admission to MSc, MSc-PhD dual degree in IITs and IISc Bangalore, you have to give Joint Admission Test (JAM) Exam.


 Eligibility for JAM 2020 Exam


  •  All candidates admitted through JAM should have a Bachelor’s degree.
  • In the qualifying degree, the aggregate marks or CGPA/CPI without rounding-off (taking into account all subjects, including languages and subsidiaries, all years combined) should be at least 55% or 5.5 out of 10 for General/OBC-NCL/EWS category candidates, and 50% or 5.0 out of 10 for SC/ST and PwD category candidates.


JAM 2020 Exam Pattern





        Section           
        No of Question
                  Type of Question
            Marking
        
Section A
                
30
        
MCQ (Multiple Choice Question)
    10 Question -1 Marks;
     20 Question - 2 Marks
Section B
                
10
        
MSQ (Multiple Select Question)
    2 Mark each
        
Section C
                
20
        
NAT (Numerical Answer Type)
    10 Question - 1 Marks;
    10 Question  - 2 Marks

    JAM Syllabus



    To know in detail about the syllabus of the JAM 2020 Exam for various disciplines click here.






    Prepare for Government Exam


    There are a number of Government exam such as SSC, IBPS Bank PO Exam, SBI, FCI, RRB insurance exam, etc which take place around the year and a lot of students give competitive exams which make these exams very competitive but still you can crack these exams if you start preparing for these exams well early in your graduation itself.



    Thumb rule of cracking any exam is to focus and start preparing for an exam well in advance.

    Tips and Tricks for Preparing Government Exam



    • For the government exam as well you can start your preparation in your graduation days itself.

    • I will recommend you take coaching if you are living in cities. If you are in town /village area you can take help from online apps like Unacademy and also YouTube. There is a lot of good channels for government exam preparation you can definitely make good use of these channels.

    • Most of the government exams have an almost similar syllabus.  For the QA section, the syllabus is almost common in every exam so you can start learning the QA concept and practice a lot of questions on various exams.

    • For the English section as well, learning Vocabulary is essential as it is useful for the Reading Comprehension section as well as synonyms/antonyms questions are also asked separately.

    • In the General Knowledge section, you can read the complete static section in your graduation days itself. The topic in the static portion of General Knowledge does not change with time. You can get a good hold over questions in this section.

    • Reasoning section difficulty varies from exam to the exam so it is suggested that you should solve and practice hard questions so that easy ones are automatically covered. Usually, in the bank / Insurance exam, the reasoning section has a tough question while in SSC exam question is relatively easy.

    • Take a good Test series for the exam which you want to appear in the future. Practicing test series helps us to find our mistake at a very early stage so that we get enough time to improve upon it.



    Best Books for Preparing Government Exam


    Do not fall into the trap to read many books instead of reading a few good books. Focus more on the revision of a few things read through a limited set of resources.



      Bank / Insurance 





    Subject
    Book Name
    Publication /Author
    Buy Link
    Quantitative Aptitude
    Quicker Mathematics
    BSC Publications/ M. Tyra
    General Knowledge
    Banking and Financial Awareness
    Kiran
    Reasoning
    Bank PO Chapter-wise Solved Papers
    Kiran Prakashan
    English
    English for Banking Exam
    S. Chand
    Computers
    Computer Awareness
    Arihant



     SSC







    Subject
    Book
    Author/
    Publisher
    Buy Link
    Maths
            SSC Chapter Wise Question Bank
    Kiran 
    English
              Plinth to Paramount
    Paramount
    Reasoning
          Kiran’s SSC Reasoning Chapterwise
    Kiran 
        General Knowledge
          Kiran SSC Reasoning Chapterwise
          Kiran 




    Prepare for Army



    After your BSc degree, You can give Combined Defence Services (CDS)  Exam to get into the  Army. CDS Exam is conducted by UPSC. It is conducted twice a year. Written Test is followed by SSB at various locations in India.

    Through this exam, you can get an opportunity to join the Indian Army, Indian Navy, and the Indian Air Force. The Candidate Age should be between 19-25 years. Both Male and Female Candidates can give this exam. The male candidate selects IMA(India Military Academy)/OTA(Officers Training Academy)/INA (Indian Naval Academy)/AFA(Air Force Academy) while the female candidate has joined OTA as their training institute.

    Through CDS, You can get into two types of commission.





        Commission
    Academy
    Qualification
    Sex
    PC
          IMA Dehradun /NDA Pune/OTA Gaya
    Graduation
    Male
    SSC – Non-Tech
    OTA Chennai
    Graduation
    Male/Female


    If you are an NCC cadet then you join the army directly through SSC special entry scheme. Both Males and females can join the army though this scheme. You get into short service commission through this scheme and required to complete 49-week training in OTA Chennai.



        Type of Candidate
        Minimum Grade in NCC  ‘C’ certificate
    Age
        % in Graduation
            Minimum  Years in NCC
              General    
              B
    19-25
    50%
    3
          Wards of Battle Causalities of Army Personnel 
          NA (No NCC ‘C’   certificate required )
    19-25
    50
    -


    Do the Bachelors of Education – Become Government/Private  School Teacher


    The teacher is the most respected Job and nowadays well paid too. You can become a teacher after completing a BEd degree as it is a prerequisite. You can do a Bed from any government university in your state. In most States now there is an entrance exam for Bed admission to a state university.

     If you want to stay near to your hometown and work as a teacher doing Bed after your BSc degree is a good option. Pay is also good for teachers in Government and Private schools.

    What to do after completing BSc?




    In Small Town and even in cities, a lot of students do Bsc from local colleges in the nearby areas. Most Students in the early stage of their life do not know what to do in life and what to study. Even Parents are not so much aware of various career options available at the present time and due to which they are also not able to help their children in decision making regarding their career.



    One of the major reasons why students do Bsc from a local college is the fear of parents in sending children to a distant place for study. So they ask their ward to take admission in BSc in a local college.

    So now whatever decision is taken in the past, the question is what should students do after taking admission in BSc in any specialization?  What are the options available for them after the Bsc gets completed?

    So, let's see what to do after completing BSc?  I would suggest you go for a higher degree after
    your graduation i.e. Bsc degree or go for Government Job because BSc graduates are paid less
    by private companies. Also, it's better which the option you have to choose that you can start
    the preparation in the graduation days itself.


    So let`s see the list of options available after completing BSc (Any Specialization)

    • Prepare for CAT
    • Prepare for IIT JAM
    • Prepare for Government Exams
    • Prepare for Army
    • Do Bed
    Now Let`s see in detail How you should approach each of the career options?



    Prepare for Common Entrance Test (CAT)


    After your Bsc Degree, doing an MBA would be a good option as you get very well paid after your MBA degree. Not only pay is better, even you rise the corporate ladder very fast and you get a good opportunity to take a decision for the betterment of people and the company.

    After you have taken admission in Bsc Course, it would be a good decision if you start preparing for CAT after your first semester itself. It`s always better to start your preparation as early as possible.


    Common Entrance Test (CAT) is the exam conducted by the Indian Institute of Management for admission to it's a Master of Business administration (MBA) course. Many MBA Colleges in India are considering the CAT score for admission into their MBA Programs. So a single exam can help you get you an option to get admission into multiple colleges in India.



    CAT Exam Pattern


    • Exam Window - Morning and Evening window
    • Total Sections - 3

                                     VARC - Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension          
                                     DILR - Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning          
                                     QA - Quantitative Ability


    • Test Duration - 3 Hours

    • Mode of Exam – Online
    • Total no of Questions - 100
    • Time for each section - 60 minutes. Students cannot switch between sections.
    • Negative Marking - 1 marks / wrong MCQ answer. No negative marking for TITA Questions.

    Important Points
    • Online Calculator is allowed.
    • Some of the Questions are TITA (Type in the Answers)

    Syllabus for CAT Exam


    Here, We will provide the section-wise syllabus.

    1. Verbal Ability




    • Fill in the blanks
    • Syllogisms
    • Foreign language words used in English
    • Verbal Reasoning
    • Grammar
    • Sentence completion
    • Jumbled paragraphs
    • Para Completion and inference
    • Sentence correction
    • Verbal Logic
    • Antonyms
    • One word substitution
    • Para jumbles
    • Analogies
    • Contextual usage
    • Facts-Inferences-Judgments







    2. Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning




    • Blood Relations
    • Direction Sense
    • Clocks and Calendars
    • Puzzles
    • Data Arrangement
    • Seating Arrangement
    • Series
    • Coding-Decoding
    • Proposition
    • Binary Logic
    • Statements
    • Tables
    • Data Structures
    • Caselets
    • Line Graphs
    • Bars
    • Syllogism
    • Data Sufficiency
    • Pie Charts



    3. Quantitative Aptitude Syllabus



    • LCM and HCF
    • Percentages
    • Profit and Loss
    • Interest (Simple and Compound)
    • Speed, Time and Distance; Time and Work; Averages; Ratio and Proportion and others
    • Number System (3-4) questions
    • Algebra (5-7 questions)
    • Geometry/Mensuration (6-8 questions)
    • Pure Math (1-2 questions)
    • Venn diagrams and other topic-based questions are (2-3 questions)
    • Linear Equations; Quadratic Equations
    • Complex Numbers
    • Logarithm; Progressions
    • Binomial Theorem
    • Surds and Indices
    • Inequalities
    • Permutation and Combination
    • Probability Functions
    • Set Theory
    • Mixtures and Alligations
    • Coordinate Geometry
    • Trigonometry


    Top 20 Management College: NIRF 2020 Ranking




    See below the list of top 20 best management colleges of India as per NIRF Ranking 2020.




    Management College
    City
    NIRF 2020 Rank
    Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad
    Ahmedabad
    1
    Indian Institute of Management Bangalore
    Bangalore
    2
    Indian Institute of Management Calcutta
    Calcutta
    3
    Indian Institute of Management Lucknow
    Lucknow
    4
    Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur
    Kharagpur
    5
    Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode
    Kozhikode
    6
    Indian Institute of Management Indore
    Indore
    7
    Indian Institute of Technology Delhi
    Delhi
    8
    Xavier Labour Relations Institute (XLRI)
    Jamshedpur
    9
    Management Development Institute
    Gurgaon
    10
    Indian Institute of Technology Bombay
    Bombay
    11
    Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee
    Roorkee
    12
    National Institute of Industrial Engineering
    Mumbai
    13
    Indian Institute of Technology Madras
    Madras
    14
    Indian Institute of Management Tiruchirappalli
    Tiruchirappalli
    15
    Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur
    Kanpur
    16
    Indian Institute of Management Udaipur
    Udaipur
    17
    S. P. Jain Institute of Management and Research
    Mumbai
    18
    Indian Institute of Management Raipur
    Raipur
    19
    Indian Institute of Management Ranchi
    Ranchi
    20



    Prepare for IIT JAM 


    If anyone is interested in research and want to continue with the learning done in BSc then he /she can continue with MSc in the same discipline as taken in Bsc.
          
    Let, for example, if you have done your BSc in Agriculture and you want to do research in the agriculture field then you can do Msc in agriculture from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT).     I would always recommend you to study at the best college in the country as it helps you to get access to some of the best professors in the field and also get you easy access to some of the top companies in your field.

    For getting admission to MSc, MSc-PhD dual degree in IITs and IISc Bangalore, you have to give Joint Admission Test (JAM) Exam.


     Eligibility for JAM 2020 Exam


    •  All candidates admitted through JAM should have a Bachelor’s degree.
    • In the qualifying degree, the aggregate marks or CGPA/CPI without rounding-off (taking into account all subjects, including languages and subsidiaries, all years combined) should be at least 55% or 5.5 out of 10 for General/OBC-NCL/EWS category candidates, and 50% or 5.0 out of 10 for SC/ST and PwD category candidates.


    JAM 2020 Exam Pattern





            Section           
            No of Question
                      Type of Question
                Marking
            
    Section A
                    
    30
            
    MCQ (Multiple Choice Question)
        10 Question -1 Marks;
         20 Question - 2 Marks
    Section B
                    
    10
            
    MSQ (Multiple Select Question)
        2 Mark each
            
    Section C
                    
    20
            
    NAT (Numerical Answer Type)
        10 Question - 1 Marks;
        10 Question  - 2 Marks

      JAM Syllabus



      To know in detail about the syllabus of the JAM 2020 Exam for various disciplines click here.






      Prepare for Government Exam


      There are a number of Government exam such as SSC, IBPS Bank PO Exam, SBI, FCI, RRB insurance exam, etc which take place around the year and a lot of students give competitive exams which make these exams very competitive but still you can crack these exams if you start preparing for these exams well early in your graduation itself.



      Thumb rule of cracking any exam is to focus and start preparing for an exam well in advance.

      Tips and Tricks for Preparing Government Exam



      • For the government exam as well you can start your preparation in your graduation days itself.

      • I will recommend you take coaching if you are living in cities. If you are in town /village area you can take help from online apps like Unacademy and also YouTube. There is a lot of good channels for government exam preparation you can definitely make good use of these channels.

      • Most of the government exams have an almost similar syllabus.  For the QA section, the syllabus is almost common in every exam so you can start learning the QA concept and practice a lot of questions on various exams.

      • For the English section as well, learning Vocabulary is essential as it is useful for the Reading Comprehension section as well as synonyms/antonyms questions are also asked separately.

      • In the General Knowledge section, you can read the complete static section in your graduation days itself. The topic in the static portion of General Knowledge does not change with time. You can get a good hold over questions in this section.

      • Reasoning section difficulty varies from exam to the exam so it is suggested that you should solve and practice hard questions so that easy ones are automatically covered. Usually, in the bank / Insurance exam, the reasoning section has a tough question while in SSC exam question is relatively easy.

      • Take a good Test series for the exam which you want to appear in the future. Practicing test series helps us to find our mistake at a very early stage so that we get enough time to improve upon it.



      Best Books for Preparing Government Exam


      Do not fall into the trap to read many books instead of reading a few good books. Focus more on the revision of a few things read through a limited set of resources.



        Bank / Insurance 





      Subject
      Book Name
      Publication /Author
      Buy Link
      Quantitative Aptitude
      Quicker Mathematics
      BSC Publications/ M. Tyra
      General Knowledge
      Banking and Financial Awareness
      Kiran
      Reasoning
      Bank PO Chapter-wise Solved Papers
      Kiran Prakashan
      English
      English for Banking Exam
      S. Chand
      Computers
      Computer Awareness
      Arihant



       SSC







      Subject
      Book
      Author/
      Publisher
      Buy Link
      Maths
              SSC Chapter Wise Question Bank
      Kiran 
      English
                Plinth to Paramount
      Paramount
      Reasoning
            Kiran’s SSC Reasoning Chapterwise
      Kiran 
          General Knowledge
            Kiran SSC Reasoning Chapterwise
            Kiran 




      Prepare for Army



      After your BSc degree, You can give Combined Defence Services (CDS)  Exam to get into the  Army. CDS Exam is conducted by UPSC. It is conducted twice a year. Written Test is followed by SSB at various locations in India.

      Through this exam, you can get an opportunity to join the Indian Army, Indian Navy, and the Indian Air Force. The Candidate Age should be between 19-25 years. Both Male and Female Candidates can give this exam. The male candidate selects IMA(India Military Academy)/OTA(Officers Training Academy)/INA (Indian Naval Academy)/AFA(Air Force Academy) while the female candidate has joined OTA as their training institute.

      Through CDS, You can get into two types of commission.





          Commission
      Academy
      Qualification
      Sex
      PC
            IMA Dehradun /NDA Pune/OTA Gaya
      Graduation
      Male
      SSC – Non-Tech
      OTA Chennai
      Graduation
      Male/Female


      If you are an NCC cadet then you join the army directly through SSC special entry scheme. Both Males and females can join the army though this scheme. You get into short service commission through this scheme and required to complete 49-week training in OTA Chennai.



          Type of Candidate
          Minimum Grade in NCC  ‘C’ certificate
      Age
          % in Graduation
              Minimum  Years in NCC
                General    
                B
      19-25
      50%
      3
            Wards of Battle Causalities of Army Personnel 
            NA (No NCC ‘C’   certificate required )
      19-25
      50
      -


      Do the Bachelors of Education – Become Government/Private  School Teacher


      The teacher is the most respected Job and nowadays well paid too. You can become a teacher after completing a BEd degree as it is a prerequisite. You can do a Bed from any government university in your state. In most States now there is an entrance exam for Bed admission to a state university.

       If you want to stay near to your hometown and work as a teacher doing Bed after your BSc degree is a good option. Pay is also good for teachers in Government and Private schools.

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