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Open The New Door of Education If NEET 2019 Closed

The candidates who didn’t clear NEET can opt other career options in medical field.

On June 5 National Testing Agency (NTA) released the result of NEET 2019. Over 14 lakh students appeared in the exam on May 5. More than 7 lakh candidates cleared the NEET exam. NEET has become mandatory for Indian students to pursue education in medical. Whether you want to do MBBS Or dental courses in India and abroad, there are still many options for students to pursue in case they do not clear the nation-level competitive exam. Below here some of course which can be good options:

Bachelors of veterinary sciences & Animal Husbandry:  The B.vsc courses is for 5 years focus on veterinary sciences – understanding diseases, and surgery for both domestic and wild animals.

Bachelors of Pharmacy (B.Pharm):  There are two-year diploma and four-year degree courses available in the field. The opportunities available to the students who has pursued B.Pharm include working with hospitals and government institutions as in house pharmacist/chemist, working independently as a consultancy or having an store, research for both private and government companies.

Bachelors of sciences (B.Sc): The Bsc programme can open doors to a variety of options. It offers specialization in microbiology, biotechnology, nursing, genetics or even environmental science. The added bonus is that most of colleges offering B.Sc enroll students based on their class 12 marks.

After educated yourself you can opt teaching in medical or work as professor to any top institutes.

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