I have completed my 12th from medical, after i dropped one year for neet examination but i couldn't cleared it, after that i took admission in computer science but now my one year is completed and i have zero interest in computer science, what to do now
Ans: Hello Saloni,
I can understand your state of mind, sometimes it happens things don't go as we wished for. Therefore we have to be ready with backup plans. Firstly I would say if you were not interested in comp. sci then why did you go after it?
Anyways, here are some options if you want to be a DOCTOR only, then you can try it from abroad. You just have to qualify NEET-UG exam and you can do MBBS from many countries for half of the budget of Private Medical Colleges fees in India. As both MBBS graduates from India & Abroad have to appear for NEXT, you can fulfill your dream of becoming a doctor.
Below are some medical-related B.Sc courses after the 12th that are not so common but have scope in the present as well as the future:
Bachelor of Medical Laboratory Technology (BMLT) - This course is related to the diagnosis and treatment of diseases through the analysis of blood, tissue, and other bodily fluids.
Bachelor of Optometry and Vision Science (BOVS) - This course is related to the diagnosis and treatment of vision disorders, including the use of contact lenses, glasses, and other corrective devices.
Bachelor of Respiratory Therapy (BRT) - This course is related to the diagnosis and treatment of respiratory diseases, including the use of oxygen therapy and mechanical ventilation.
Bachelor of Nuclear Medicine Technology (BNMT) - This course is related to the use of radioactive materials to diagnose and treat diseases, including cancer.
Bachelor of Neurophysiology Technology (BNT) - This course is related to the diagnosis and treatment of neurological disorders, including the operation of equipment such as EEG and EMG machines.
Bachelor of Perfusion Technology (BPT) - This course is related to the use of heart-lung machines to support patients during cardiac surgery.
Bachelor of Medical Imaging Technology (BMIT) - This course is related to the use of medical imaging technologies, such as MRI, CT, and X-ray machines, to diagnose and treat diseases.
Bachelor of Renal Dialysis Technology (BRDT) - This course is related to the use of dialysis machines to treat patients with kidney disease.
Forensic Science: You can opt for a career in forensic science by pursuing a B.Sc. in Forensic Science or M.Sc. in Forensic Science.
Pharmacy: You can opt for a career in pharmacy by pursuing a B.Pharm or M.Pharm.
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