B.SC in Mathematics, Physics, Pharmaceutical Chemistry

Medicine & Allied Healthcare
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Course Description

The Bachelor of Science in Mathematics, Physics, and Industrial Chemistry is a three-year degree programme. This course presents a unique combination of courses that enriches the candidate`s knowledge, fosters adaptability, and allows for successful career growth. Mathematics is the study of numbers. Algebra, calculus, geometry, differential equations, and real analysis are taught to candidates. This training improves reasoning, analytical thinking, and problem-solving skills. The Physics course stresses the theory and application of basic physics and mathematics ideas. In it, you`ll learn about the theories and principles that govern matters like matter and motion. Once completed, candidates will have a wide understanding of accurate and pure measurements, diagrammatic depiction, and graphical representation to explain natural and artificial processes. Absorption, delivery, discovery, metabolism, and other aspects of drug chemistry are studied in pharmaceutical chemistry. The B.Sc in Mathematics, Physics, and pharmaceuticals Chemistry degree attempts to address the ever-growing needs of industry and prepare students for advanced study and research. This curriculum is ideal for those who wish to improve communication, presentation, public speaking, and personality. The training is application-based and fosters scientific and critical thinking skills. This triple concentration prepares students for industrial difficulties and opens doors to careers in IT, Pharmaceuticals, Multinational companies, chemical industries etc. These students are valued in the business for their analytical, methodical, and logical approaches to challenging situations. Graduates are also valued in government. Students may also do research in any of the specialities.

Eligibility

Level: Graduate Duration: 3 years Mode: Full time Eligibility: 10+2 in Science stream or equivalent from a recognised board with minimum 55% of marks.

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