Courses after 12th PCM | Best courses after 12 pcm

Courses after 12th with PCM

Well you select science (pcm) stream after class 10th but now you've got tons of questions in your mind like – What after 12th ? What are the best courses in pcm ? What is best for me ? So here , this article helps you choosing your perfect course after 12th with pcm . We provide you 10 best courses after 12th pcm .

 One of the main benefit that Science students have over Arts and Commerce students is that they're eligible for nearly all Science as well as non-Science career options. That is why, after passing 10+2 in Science, course selection at UG level becomes a serious turning point to offer direction to one's career.

 There are many courses and thousands of colleges out there, which makes it a challenging task to select and choose. To help you to make the proper choice, we've put together extensive details of the foremost popular undergraduate (UG) level courses at career pehchano among students who have studied Science in 10+2.

 A student having PCM in 12th standard can pursue his further study in engineering & technology, pharmacy, architecture, law, management, fashion, textile, social work, library science and all art and humanities group fields.

Courses after 12th PCM | Best courses after 12 pcm

So without wasting any time let's start a list of best courses after 12th PCM.Let's first start with some unique courses after 12th PCM :

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Best courses after 12th pcm

 1.  Merchant Navy

Merchant navy is the best career/course option for pcm students . It is also a high paying career .


Higher National Diploma (HND) Nautical Science or Marine Engineering (1 year course).

Bachelor of Science in Nautical Technology  (3 years training at Institute + 1 year at Sea).

Bachelor of Technology in Naval Architecture and Ship Building (4 years course)

 Admission procedure: 

The All India Merchant Navy Entrance Test (AIMNET) , required the vision (eyesight) and health standards.

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2. Commercial Pilot

 In childhood , everyone atleast once's think about becoming a pilot . And actually it had been a best career option . Commercial pilot training from Aviation Institutes in India.


BSc in Aviation Sciences.

Admission procedure:

Admission is completely based on an all-India written test, Pilot Aptitude Test (WOMBAT) and an interview. Required good eyesight and health.



Engineering is one among the trending courses in India . And most of the students start their JEE preparation from class 6th onwards .

 Following are degree courses in various branches of engineering

 BTech (Bachelor of Technology) is a professional undergraduate degree awarded after completing four years of academic study in the field of engineering.




• B.Technology/Bachelor of Engineering in Computer Science


• B.Technology/Bachelor of Engineering in Mechanical


• B.Technology/Bachelor of Engineering in Electronics and Tele-communication


• B.Technology/Bachelor of Engineering in Electrical


• B.Technology/Bachelor of Engineering in Civil


• B.Technology/Bachelor of Engineering in Information Technology


• B.Technology/Bachelor of Engineering in Automobile


Other specializations include marine, aerospace, agricultural, Petroleum, Automobile, Biochemical, Bio Medical, Biotechnology, Bio Instrumentation, Bio Informatics, Chemical, Environmental, Food technology, Fire, Leather, Mining & Metallurgical


Admission procedure: 

National Level entrance test like IIT-JEE, GATE, UPSEE, BITSAT and State level or entrance test.

4. Architecture

Architecture program involves the art of planning, designing, and constructing buildings along with other physical structures.


Bachelor of Architecture (B. Arch) – Five years course .

Admission Procedure: 

National Level entrance test like IIT-JEE, GATE, UPSEE, BITSAT and State level or entrance test.


5. Bachelor of Science

 BSc or Bachelor of Science is an undergraduate degree that aspirants can take up to pursue a career in Science. Aspirants need to complete Class XII in Science stream in order to be eligible for BSc course. Duration of a BSc course is typically three years in Indian universities and colleges.

Given below is some useful information for aspirants looking to take up BSc course in Science:



      ●     BSc IT (Information Technology)

     BSc Computer Science

     BSc Nursing

     BSc Fashion Design

     BSc Animation

     BSc Hospitality

     BSc Biotechnology

     BSc Agriculture


Some common branches :

BSc in Physics, Chemistry, Maths, Astronomy, Forensic Science, Geology, Statistics , Industrial Chemistry, Nautical Science, Home Science, Nutrition, Cloth and more.


6. Commerce & Business:

The duration of the course spans over a period of 3 years in Indian colleges/Universities. Here is some useful information for aspirants looking to take up a course in Accounting & Commerce.



B.Com- (3 years)

Banking and Insurance (BBI-3 years)

Charted Accountancy (CA)

Company Secretory (CS)

Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)

 Bachelor of Management Studies (NMS)


7. Arts and Humanities (B.A.)

 BA is a particularly popular undergraduate course that students pursue right after their class 12th . Bachelor of Arts is typically a 3 years course.



     BA English

     BA Politics

     BA Economics

     BA Sociology

     BA Geography

     BA Philosophy

     BA Psychology

     BLibSc (Bachelor of Library Science)

     BSW (Bachelor of Social Work)


Other than pure Humanities & Social Sciences courses mentioned above candidates can also take up professional courses in the fields of travel & tourism, journalism, advertising, performing arts, animation, management, and so on.


8. National Defense Services-Indian Navy Officer, Indian Air Force


The NDA offers only a full-time, residential undergraduate program. Cadets are awarded a Baccalaureate degree (a Bachelor of Arts or a Bachelor of Science or a Bachelor of Technology) after 3 years of study. Cadets have a choice of two streams of study. The Science stream offers studies in Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Computing (Computer Science). The Humanities (Liberal Arts) stream offers studies in History, Economics, Political Science, Geography and Language.

Admission procedure

National level NDA exam.



 The Bachelor of Arts - Bachelor of Legislative Law (BA LLB) course is an integrated academic degree that the law aspirants can pursue right after qualifying their Class 12th examinations. The academic degree is an integration of Arts and Law subjects and the duration of this degree is 5 years. Therefore, as a part of the BA LLB course, the candidates study subjects including Economics, History, Politics, Sociology along side law subjects like Civil Law, Criminal Law, Labour Law, Tax Law, Administrative Law, Corporate Law, Jurisprudence etc.

 BA LLB Eligibility Criteria:

Candidates seeking admission to BA LLB course need to meet the eligibility criteria as mentioned by the law schools and universities in India including, academic qualification, minimum qualifying marks and age limit.

The Bar Council of India (BCI) states no minimum or maximum age limit criteria required for admissions to BA LLB course or five-year integrated law courses.


10. Railway Apprentice Exam

The selected candidates get trained for four years, not just within the field of mechanical and electrical engineering; they're also groomed to required up leadership positions within the Indian Railways as Class 1 officers.

 Eligibility: 12th science PCM with first class.

 Admission Procedure: 

All India Special Railway Apprentice Exam by UPSC.

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So these are the best courses after 12th with pcm . And now choose what is best for you .

All the best !!

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