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Bachelor of Science

About BSc

  • This course is added to the column of SBPGM in the year 2015 . In 2015 SBPGM started Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Maths and Biology streams affiliated to Rajasthan University.
  • B.Sc. is one of the most widespread educational three year undergraduate degree course among the science learners after the completion of class 12th which includes science based subjects like Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Mathematics.
  • After the completion of a BSc degree, candidates can opt to pursue Master of Science (MSc) or even secure admission in a professional job-oriented course.  

Course Highlights

Course LevelUndergraduate
Duration3 years
Examination SchemeYearly
Syllabus BSc-IDownload Syllabus
Syllabus BSc-IIDownload Syllabus
Syllabus BSc-IIIDownload Syllabus

Fee Structure(Maths/Biology)

Sr. No.YearCategoryAmount(Boys)Amount(Girls)
1First YearTuition FeeRs 22,000 per year (2 installments)Rs 16,500 per year
Caution Money (Refundable)NilNil
Total Amount for first yearRs. 22,000Rs. 16,500
2Second YearTuition FeeRs. 22,000 per year (2 installments)Rs. 16,500 per year
3Third YearTuition FeeRs. 22,000 per year (2 installments)Rs. 16,500 per year
Total AmountRs. 66,000Rs. 49,500
Additional Charges (One time payable):
Registration – Rs.500/-
Book Bank and Uniform – Rs. 5,000/-

What after BSc

Depending on their respective subjects, BSc graduates can find jobs in various sectors such as educational institutes, healthcare industry, pharmaceuticals and biotechnology industry, chemical industry, research firms, testing laboratories, wastewater plants, oil industry, and the list continues. However, it is advisable that BSc students first complete their MSc degree and then look out for a job.

Following are job profiles that BSc graduates can take up after completing the course:

  • Research Scientist: A research scientist is responsible for undertaking as well as analysing information obtained from laboratory-based experiments and investigations. A research scientist may work for government labs, specialist research organisations and environmental organisations.
  • Scientific Assistant: A scientific assistant is a professional who provides complete support to the scientist in research. A scientific assistant is also responsible for performing and managing various administrative tasks.
  • Treasury Specialist: A treasury specialist is responsible for helping organisations increase profitability by assessing their periodic liquidity needs and investing excess cash in capital markets.
  • Market Research Analyst: A market research analyst researches and gathers data to help a company market its products or services. An analyst helps a company determine its position in the market by researching its competitors and analyzing its sales, prices, etc.
  • Quality Control Manager: A quality control manager ensures that products of a particular company meet set quality and efficiency standards. The manager plans, directs and coordinates quality assurance programmes and also formulates various quality control policies.
  • Statistician: A statistician gathers different numerical data of a company and then displays it, thereby helping them to analyse quantitative data and spot trends.
  • Teacher: A Science teacher is typically involved in tasks such as preparing lesson-plans, evaluating student performances and teaching through lectures and technology.   
  • Technical Writer: A technical writer writes articles and prepares instruction manuals and other supporting documents to communicate technical information easily.
  • Lab Chemist: A lab chemist analyses chemicals and creates new compounds that are useful in different aspects of human life. Research and testing are two crucial job responsibilities of a lab chemist.