List of courses after 12th bipc, Degree with Eamcet and Without Eamcet
After Inter BIPC Courses List with Eamcet and Without Eamcet
|Type of Course||Name of Course (s)||Entry modes|
|Medical Courses||M.B.B.S, B.D.S – Allopathy |
B.H.M.S, B.U.M.S, B.A.M.S – Alternative medicine
B.V.Sc – Veterinary(also allopathy)
|Entry through NEET ONLY.|
|Paramedical and Allied Health Courses||B.Sc(Nursing), B.Pharm, PharmD, BPT, B.Sc(Optom), B.ASLP, B.O.T, other B.Sc(allied health)||Entry is either through NEET or via state/university entrance tests.|
|Academic Courses||B.Sc(Zoology), B.Sc(Botany), B.Sc(Forestry), B.Sc(Microbiology), B.Sc(Biotechnology), B.Sc(Forensic Sciences), B.Sc(Food Technology)||Entry is either based on +2 marks or through university/state entrance tests.|
|Engineering and other professional courses||B.Tech/B.E(Biotechnology), B.Tech/B.E(Food Technology), B.Tech/B.E(Biomedical Engineering)(VIT), B.Tech/B.E(CSE with specialisation in Bioinformatics)(VIT), B.Sc(Agriculture), B.Sc(Fisheries), B.Sc(Sericulture), B.Sc(Horticulture)||Entry is through NEET/State engineering exams/University entrance exams or via ICAR AIEAA(UG)/state/university agriculture entrance exams for B.Sc(Agriculture), B.Sc(Fisheries), B.Sc(Sericulture), and B.Sc(Horticulture)|
After successfully clearing 10+2 in Biology, Physics, and Chemistry, students can opt for a plethora of courses pertaining to their own stream or diverge from the same entirely, or even opt for jobs – both in the private as well as the government sector.
Here, we shall only discuss degree courses that pertain to the student’s choice of subjects in their +2 i.e. BiPC.
Medical Courses For BIPC students
This remains the most lucrative career option for students opting for BiPC for their +2. There is just something about being the person who is responsible for easing somebody’s pain.
As such, the most coveted course amongst all the aforementioned medical courses is undoubtedly M.B.B.S, which stands for Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, a 5½ year-long course which includes 4½ years of academic studies followed by a year-long compulsory rotatory residential internship. After the successful completion of the course, the graduate can practice as a general practitioner in the state they’d had their registration done in.
Other than that, B.D.S(Bachelor of Dental Surgery), the aforementioned AYUSH, and B.V.Sc(Bachelor of Veteraniran Sciences) courses are also lucrative career options. The AYUSH courses and B.V.Sc are all 4½+1=5½ year-long courses and B.D.S is a 4+1=5 year-long course. All of the above courses endow the graduate the license to practice as a general practitioner in their respective field(general dentist, general Ayurved practitioner, etc.)
Entry to all the above courses is done through the National Eligibility cum Entrance Exam(NEET) which is dictated by the Medical Council of India(MCI) and executed by the National Testing Agency(NTA) once a year. However, the cut-offs for the respective courses differ from course to course and from state to state.
After Inter BiPC Courses without Eamcet – Paramedical and Allied Health Courses
No healthcare institution can function without allied health professionals. Among the allied health courses, B.Sc(Nursing) remains the most coveted option for females(however, some states allow males to go through with the course as well), and BPT for males.
B.Sc Nursing(not to be confused with B.Sc Post Basic Nursing which has a different entry criterion and falls outside the purview of this discussion)is a 4 year-long course, the successful completion of which, the Indian Nursing Council grants the student a license to practice general nursing. In most states, only females are allowed entry to the course, and admission is engineered by the National Testing Agency via NEET.
Bachelor of Physiotherapy(B.PT) is a (4+½=)4½ which includes 4 years of academic studies and 6 months of internship at a recognized hospital. The admission to the course, for most states, is again through NEET.
Bachelor of Pharmacy(B.Pharm)/Doctor of Pharmacy(PharmD) is a 4-year long course(BPharm)/6 year-long course(PharmD) which includes 4 years of academic studies in case of Bpharm or 5 years of academic studies and a year of compulsory rotatory residential internship in case of PharmD. One must remember that BPharm is mainly a professional bachelor’s degree while PharmD is a professional doctorate degree in clinical pharmacy. Different colleges have varying entry modes for this course.
The other, lesser-known allied health courses include Bachelor of Optometry(B.Optom), Bachelor of Speech, Audio, and Language Pathology(B.ASLP), and Bachelor of Occupational Therapy(B.O.T). The entry to most of these courses is through NEET as well.
Academic Courses for Bipc Stdents
Academic courses that can be pursued after +2 BiPC include B.Sc Zoology, B.Sc Botany, B.Sc Botany, B.Sc Microbiology, B.Sc Forest Sciences, B.Sc Biotechnology(not to be confused with BE Biotechnology which is a professional engineering course), and B.Sc Food Technology( not to be confused with BE Food Technology which is a professional engineering course). All of the aforementioned courses are 3 years long. Entry to these courses is either through a candidate’s +2 marks or though a university entrance test.
Engineering and other professional courses for Bipc Students
Engineering courses without mathematics are very few and far in between. BE/BTech in Biotechnology is the most sought after engineering course for BiPC students as most universities do not require mathematics as an essential criterion for admission to the course. Most universities require mathematics as a subject in +2 for a BE/BTech in Biomedical Engineering, Food Engineering, and Bioinformatics require. However, some universities do allow BiPC students admission to these courses provided they take up mathematics as a subject for their first year of academic studies following their entry into the course. Like any other engineering course, these too are 4 year-long courses which include both academic studies and industry exposure. Entry to most of the courses for BiPC students is through state/university entrance exams or through NEET.
Recently, there has been a surge of students opting for various fields of agricultural sciences as a career option after their +2, especially students with BiPC as their subject combination. B.Sc(Agriculture), B.Sc(Fisheries), B.Sc(Sericulture), and B.Sc(Horticulture) are all 4 year-long professional courses which include 4 years of academic studies as well as industry exposure. The entry to the course is mainly through the ICAR AIEEA(UG) exam that is conducted once a year, mostly in the month of June. Other than that, state/university agriculture entrance exams also provide entry to all of the above-mentioned courses.
Frequently Asked questions
After Bipc, which course is better?
Ans) Paramedical and Allied Health Courses are highly suitable for BIPC students.
Which courses are better for BIPC students without Eamcet?
Ans) B.Sc(Nursing), B.Pharm, PharmD, BPT, B.Sc(Optom), B.ASLP, B.O.T, other B.Sc(allied health),B.Sc(Zoology), B.Sc(Botany), B.Sc(Forestry), B.Sc(Microbiology), B.Sc(Biotechnology), B.Sc(Forensic Sciences), B.Sc(Food Technology)