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Bachelor of Science (PCM)

COURSE OVERVIEW

Rakshpal Bahadur Management Institute provides an excellent learning environment to the young budding scientists pursuing their career in B.Sc. (PCM) stream. The course exposes the student to theoretical and experimental aspects of the subject, which have become central to the physical, biological and material sciences. It provides a route not only to more advanced aspects of the subject but also to such diverse fields as biochemistry, chemical biology, nanotechnology and Nano-biotechnology.

The concerned program aims at enhancing the reasoning, analytical and problem solving skills of the students. B.Sc. with PCM stream will provide you the core knowledge of science and fetch you the opportunities in distinguished fields of science & technology. Core knowledge of science is the only way to occupy leading positions in research institutes and industrial laboratories.

ELIGIBILITY:

10+2 Science with Mathematics with 45% marks.

ADMISSION PROCEDURE:

Admission will be done at the college level, based on 10+2 merit, aptitude test & personal interview. The college authorities have the Right to accept/reject any application of admission on any ground (s).

EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES:

College extracurricular activities help students learn new skills and make valuable career contacts which greatly enhance the college experience both personally and professionally. They can equip you with the skills you need to succeed after school, such as leadership skills, communication skills, team spirit, prioritizing tasks, and time management, which can aid them a lot in their professional life later on. They bestow a chance to interact with people and make connections which furthermore ameliorate their social life.

UNIQUE FEATURES:

  • Students can seek admission in many interdisciplinary post-graduate courses like M.Sc. and Ph.D. degree and other research work in many reputed institutions. Bachelor of Science stimulates curiosity and promotes scientific discovery. Learning of science develops the power of observation, logical thinking and scientific attitude. It prepares the candidates for increasingly inter and multi-disciplinary careers in the field of science. Graduates in science are not confined to just science based fields, they can work in a wide variety of non-scientific areas too.
  • They can seek out for career in research laboratories, Government corporations, banking and finance sector and so on. Apart from this, science graduates can also find jobs in IT industry, business, BPO, marketing, technical writing and so on. After the successful completion of either of the programmes, one can apply for all graduate level jobs offered by public sector firms, government departments etc.. M.Sc. degree in the respective field will definitely improve the chances to get into a much rewarding job. The degree will be helpful to find good career options in education/research field too.

EMPLOYMENT AREAS:

Testing Laboratories Agriculture Industry Forensic Crime Research
Waste water Plants Environmental Management and Conservation Food Institutes
Pharmaceuticals and Biotechnology Industry Research Firms Forest Services
Industrial Laboratories Oil Industry Biotechnology Firms
Chemical Industry Educational Institutes Hospitals
Seed and Nursery Companies Wildlife and Fishery Departments -

SCOPE OF B.SC (PCM)

B.Sc. as a core subject has marked contributions in the following areas:
Human Health Medicines  Animal Health
Animal Husbandry Chemical and Biochemical industry Food processing and beverages
Crimes and parentage disputes Forensic science Environment
Renewable Energy & fuels Population Control Mining
Pharmaceutical companies Research field -
PAPER I - MECHANICS AND WAVE MOTION
MM: 33
PAPER II - KINETIC THEORY AND THERMODYNAMICS
MM: 33
PAPER III - CIRCUIT FUNDAMENTALS AND BASIC ELECTRONICS
MM: 34
PRACTICAL -
MM: 50
PAPER I - PHYSICAL OPTICS AND LASERS
MM: 33
Paper II – ELECTROMAGNETICS
MM: 33
Paper III - ELEMENTS OF QUANTUM MECHANICS, ATOMIC AND MOLECULAR SPECTRA
MM: 34
PRACTICAL -
MM: 50
PAPER I - RELATIVITY AND STATISTICAL PHYSICS
MM: 50
PAPER II - SOLID STATE AND NUCLEAR PHYSICS
MM: 50
PAPER III - SOLID STATE ELECTRONICS
MM: 50
PRACTICAL -
MM: 75
PAPER I - Inorganic Chemistry
MM: 33
PAPER II - Organic Chemistry
MM: 33
PAPER III - Physical Chemistry
MM: 34
PRACTICAL -
MM: 50
PAPER I - Inorganic Chemistry
MM: 33
PAPER II - Organic Chemistry
MM: 33
PAPER III - Physical Chemistry
MM: 34
PRACTICAL -
MM: 50
PAPER I - Inorganic Chemistry
MM: 50
PAPER II - Organic Chemistry
MM: 50
PAPER III - Physical Chemistry
MM: 50
PRACTICAL -
MM: 75
PAPER I - ALGEBRA and TRIGONOMETRY
MM: 50
PAPER II - CALCULUS
MM: 50
PAPER III - GEOMETRY and VECTOR CALCULUS
MM: 50
PAPER I - LINEAR ALGEBRA and MATRICES
MM: 50
Paper II – DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS and INTEGRAL TRANSFORMS
MM: 50
Paper III - MECHANICS
MM: 50
PAPER I - REAL ANALYSIS
MM: 55
PAPER II - COMPLEX ANALYSIS
MM: 55
PAPER III - NUMERICAL ANALYSIS and PROGRAMMING IN C
MM: 55
OPTIONAL PAPER - NUMBER THEORY AND CRYPTOGRAPHY
MM: 60
OPTIONAL PAPER - LINEAR PROGRAMMING
MM: 60
OPTIONAL PAPER - DIFFERENTIAL GEOMETRY AND TENSOR ANALYSIS
MM: 60
OPTIONAL PAPER - PRINCIPLES OF COMPUTER SCIENCE
MM: 60
OPTIONAL PAPER - DISCRETE MATHEMATICS
MM: 60
OPTIONAL PAPER - MATHEMATICAL STATISTICS PROBABILITY THEORY
MM: 60
SPORTS & PHYSICAL EDUCATION (QUALIFYING PAPER EVERY YAER B.Sc.-I, II, III)
MM: 100
ENVIRONMENTAL (QUALIFYING ONE TIME IN B.Sc.-I, II, III)
MM: 100