List of Courses


HEPyS - History, Economics, Psychology, Sociology
ESPPy - Economics, Sociology, Political Science, Psychology


PCMB - Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Biology



Benefits of PCMB

This is a broad based course...This course will enable students to take up entrance examinations for professional courses like Engineering , Medicine , Architecture etc and also select basic sciences at the Undergraduate level.

Students in this course will have a wide choice in the future. *PCMB students can opt for Engineering in Computer Science*.Students can enrol for the certificate course ( 20 to 40 hrs) and equip themselves with good knowledge in Computers to take up Engineering in Computer Science...Engineering Entrance examinations like CET, COMEDK, JEE are conducted in Physics , Chemistry and Mathematics subjects only.Physics , Chemistry and Biology subjects are important for NEET( medical ) , pharmacy, nursing , para medical course , agriculture etc

PCME - Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Electronics




The role of a student in choosing a career path is very important hence after 10th standard one of the options is taking up the combination PCME – Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Electronics, in the science stream. Though PCM is common to other science streams, Electronics is an interesting subject and is the very basis of Information and Computer Age as represented by artificial intelligence, and ultra high-speed, massively-parallel computers.

The goal of the education in Electronics is to lay a foundation to develop human resources who can pioneer Electronics. Electronics is highly advanced and practical oriented, which provides students the basic foundation necessary before they take up Engineering. This also helps them in their initial engineering days as the syllabus of the first and second semester is similar to what they would have already studied in PU. The curriculum is well organized so that a good educational foundation can be acquired in microcontrollers and Programming Languages. Some Engineering fields are listed below:

  Aeronautical Engineering - involves design, manufacture and operation of aircraft, spacecraft,missiles and rockets.
  Biomedical Engineering - apply engineering principles and techniques to the medical field
  Mechanical Engineering - design, build and test machines, engines and other mechanical devices.
  Chemical Engineering - design equipment and processes for large-scale chemical manufacturing, plan and test methods of manufacturing products and treating by-products, and supervise production.
  Civil Engineering - involves plan, design, construct and maintain structures – such as buildings, roads, bridges and dams – that meet human needs.
  Sustainability Design Engineering - for complying with the principles of economic, social, and ecological sustainability in their design of physical objects. These objects may range from small items for everyday use to large buildings, cities, and even the earth's physical surface.
  Electrical and Electronics Engineering - design, develop, test and supervise the manufacture of electrical and electronic equipment such as, Broadcast and communications systems, Electric motors, machinery controls, and lighting and wiring in buildings, automobiles, aircraft, and radar and navigation systems, Power generating, controlling and transmission devices used by electric utilities
  Systems Engineering - to draw from many engineering fields and backgrounds to combine emerging technologies to create new ideas and materials.
  Biomechanical Engineering - to look at how engineering can be applied to the human body
  Photonics Engineering - is the science of generating, controlling, and detecting photons especially in the visible light spectrum.
  Computer software Engineering
  Computer hardware Engineering
  Nuclear Engineering - to research and develop the processes, instruments and systems needed to derive benefits from nuclear energy and radiation.
  Mineral Engineering - includes mining, metallurgical and petroleum engineers, who are focused on extracting minerals from the ground and converting them to pure forms.
  Agricultural Engineering - apply engineering technology and biological science to agriculture, and design agricultural machinery and equipment.
  Mechatronics - is a new emerging multidisciplinary engineering field which provides broad based education in the basic principles of electrical, mechanical and computer engineering. It involves the integration of Mechanical engineering with Electronic engineering, Computer engineering, Control engineering, and Systems Design engineering to create useful products and processes.

As Electronics is an emerging field, there are plenty of opportunities, especially abroad.

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PCBH - Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Home Science



Benefits of PCBH

This is a course for students who have a sound knowledge of the basics in Mathematics ( though Maths is not involved because Physics and Chemistry need a good Mathematics foundation) Students cannot pursue Engineering but can take up Medical Entrance examination ( NEET) , nursing, pharmacy, paramedical courses conducted in Physics , Chemistry and Biology. Home Science is a very interesting subject which will enable students to take up futuristic courses like Nutrition and Dietetics, Apparel designing, pure Home Science , Food technology etc / become entrepreneurs

PCMC - Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Computer Science
SPCM - Statistics, Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics



Statistics: Unveiling Patterns in Data

Statistics, a branch of mathematics, serves as the art and science of collecting, analysing, interpreting, presenting, and organizing data. It plays a crucial role in decision-making processes across various fields, enabling individuals and organizations to make informed choices based on empirical evidence.

Statistics is used in virtually all scientific disciplines, such as the physical and social sciences as well as in business, the humanities, government, and manufacturing. The following are some of disciplines which make use of Statistics

• Healthcare: Clinical trials, epidemiology, public health research.
• Science: Experimental design, data analysis in research.
• Social Sciences: Surveys, demographic studies, psychology research.
• Business and Economics: Market research, financial analysis, risk management.

A List of Courses You Can Take Up After 12th SPCM
• BTech Civil Engineering
• BTech Mechanical Engineering
• BTech Chemical Engineering
• BTech Computer Engineering
• BTech Electronics & Communication Engineering
• BTech Information Technology
• BTech Genetic Engineering
• BTech Aeronautical Engineering
• BTech Automobile Engineering
• BTech Civil and Structural Engineering
• BTech Industrial Engineering
• BTech Instrumentation & Control Engineering
• BTech Mining Engineering
• BTech Electronics
• BTech Biotechnology
• B Tech Food Technology
• BSc Aviation
• BSc in Robotics
• BSC in Applied Mathematics
• BSc in Statistics
• BSc In Nautical Sciences
• BSc in Data Science/ Data Analytics
• BSc in Actuarial Sciences
• BSc in Finance
• Bachelor of Computer Application and Computer Science
• Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)
• Bachelor of Fashion Technology etc.

Career Paths for students of Statistics

  Career in Artificial Intelligence and Machine learning
Artificial Intelligence engineerand Machine learning engineer.
Statistics is a core component of AI and machine learning. As the field of AI continues to advance rapidly, AI relies heavily on statistical methods to learn from data and make predictions. Statistical methods enable AI systems to detect patterns, identify relationships, and infer conclusions from data. If you are interested in machine learning and want to grow your career in it, then learning statistics along with programming should be the first step.

  Career In Data Science
Data Science
is the most chosen career option by statisticians. Data Scientists are the analytical data experts who have the technical skills to solve real-time problems. They also have the interest to explore what problems require to be solved.

 Career As A Data Analyst
Data Analyst
analyzes data and changes it into useful information which helps in the business profits. Data analysts gather information from diverse sources and examine market patterns and trends. An expert tasked with compiling, evaluating, and executing statistical analyses on huge data sets is known as a data analyst. They work in a variety of industries, including as marketing, banking, healthcare, and technology.

  Career As A Biostatistician
A Biostatistician interprets data and statistics of living organisms by gathering the live samples during medical research studies. A biostatistician is a specialist who designs, examines, and interprets data pertaining to biology, health, and medicine using statistical methods.

  Career In Actuarial Science
This career option can dominate the other career options of different fields. This career opportunity has been on the top in recent years. The main responsibility of an Actuarial is to evaluate the financial risk for helping their clients in managing their finances.

  Career As A Risk Analyst
A Risk Analysts interpret the data and predict any kind of upcoming risk event.

  Career as Statistician
Statisticians are professionals who use statistical methods to gather, interpret and analyze data to solve real-world problems. They have always played an important role in research and scientific studies.

  Career As An Econometrician
Econometricians is the one who analyses the data concerned with supply and demand, employment, inflation, company profits, and other important economic topics. Etc.


MEBA - Basic Mathematics, Economics, Business Studies, Accountancy



Benefits of MEBA

This course comes under the Commerce stream.
This course has a very important subject , Basic Mathematics. Students with a fairly good knowledge in Mathematics can smartly opt for this combination. Basic Mathematics is simpler in comparison to Mathematics in the Science stream.

PEBA - Political Science, Economics, Business Studies, Accountancy
SMBA - Statistics, Basic Mathematics, Business Studies, Accountancy



Benefits of SMBA

This course comes under the Commerce stream.
This course has a very important subject , Basic Mathematics. Students with a fairly good knowledge in Mathematics can smartly opt for this combination. Basic Mathematics is simpler in comparison to Mathematics in the Science stream. Statistics is an interesting subject that enhances analytical skills.

SEBA - Statistics, Economics, Business Studies, Accountancy
EBAC - Economics, Business Studies, Accountancy, Computer Science


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