Best Degree College In India

High Salary Courses after 12th Science (PCB)

MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery)

Most sought-after course for PCB students, it aptly makes it to the top of the list. It is a dream of a large number of Biology students to become a doctor. The first step in this direction is MBBS. NEET is the only exam in the country, through which candidates can take admitted into MBBS courses offered at government and private colleges. Apart from NEET, the AIIMS MBBS exam is also another way of pursuing MBBS. MBBS is a 5 years duration course. After MBBS, one can pursue higher education (MD course) for specialization and better career prospects.

Initial Salary – 8 to 10 lakhs

Recommended Exam: NEET Exam

BDS (Bachelor of Dental Surgery)

Dentistry is a branch of medicine that specializes in oral cavity. Candidates interested in pursuing BDS course have to qualify the NEET examination for a seat in medical college. The BDS course is of 5 years duration. Candidates can also opt for postgraduate (MDS) course for specialization.

Initial Salary – 4 to 6 lakh per annum

B.Sc. Nursing

Nursing is a profession of high-regard in the health sector. Nurses take care of the patients. Candidates interested in this course are required to take admission in B.Sc. Nursing course offered by various government and private colleges. It is a four-year course and candidates who have studied PCB are eligible for the course. M.Sc. Nursing is the higher level course that candidates can pursue after the undergraduate course. Other courses such as Pharmacy, Biomedical Engineering, Biotechnology, Physiotherapy, Optometry, etc.

Initial Salary – 3 to 5 lakh per annum

Recommended Exam: Indian Army B.Sc. Nursing Exam

Both MBBS and BDS are equally difficult and simple. MBBS is an abbreviation for Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery. BDS, on the other hand, stands for Bachelor of Dental Surgery. BDS is concerned with dental criteria, which means that a graduate will be a Dentist doctor.
  1. M.B.B.S. – Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery
  2. B.H.M.S. – Bachelor of Homeopathy Medicine and Surgery
  3. B.A.M.S. – Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery
  4. B.U.M.S. – Bachelor of Unani Medicine and Surgery
  5. B.D.S – Bachelor of Dental Surgery
  6. B.Sc. AH (Animal Husbandry) Bachelor of Veterinary Sciences
  7. B.Sc. – Bachelor of Science
  8. B.Sc. Microbiology – Bachelor of Science in Microbiology
  9. B.Sc. Biotechnology – Bachelor of Science in Biotechnology
  10. B.Sc. Bio Chemistry – Bachelor of Science in Bio Chemistry
  11. B.Sc. – Nursing
  12. B.PT. – Bachelor in Physio Therapy
  13. B Pharm – Bachelor in Pharmacy
  14. B.Sc. Agriculture – Bachelor of Science in Agriculture
  15. B.Sc. Horticulture – Bachelor of Science in Horticulture
  16. B.Sc. Environmental Science – Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science
  17. B.F.Sc. – Bachelor in Fisheries Sciences
  18. B.Sc. MLT – Bachelor in Medical Technology
  19. B.Sc. Occupational Therapists
  20. B.Sc. Audiology
  21. B.Sc. Speech and Language Pathology
  22. B.Sc. Radiography
  23. B.Sc. Rehabilitation Therapy
  24. B.Sc. Food Technology
  25. B.Sc. Nutrition and Dietetics
  26. B.Sc. Botany
  27. B.Sc. Zoology
  28. B.Sc. Anthropology
  29. B.Sc. Home Science
The BDS is a 5 year UG degree programme (4 years academic education + 1 year mandatory internship). This course is available in both full-time and part-time formats. The BDS is one of the most sought-after courses in the medical field after the 12th grade. There are numerous reputable universities in India that offer the BDS programme.
No, direct admission to BDS is not possible. Admission to any MBBS or BDS seat is possible based on the results of the NEET (National eligibility cum entrance test) administered by the NTA ( National Testing agency).
A dentist lacks a degree in either general medicine or general surgery. His only area of expertise is in dental surgery. That is why, i) According to the Dentists Act of 1948, he is referred to as a dentist rather than a doctor. ii) The term “Doctor” does not appear in the Dentists Act of 1948.