A Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) degree is an undergraduate academic degree that typically takes three years of full-time study to complete. The BSc degree is awarded in various fields of study such as physical sciences, computer science, mathematics, and life sciences. The primary objective of a B.Sc. degree is to provide students with a strong foundation in scientific principles and practices. Students pursuing a B.Sc. degree are typically required to take courses in subjects such as physics, chemistry, botany, zoology mathematics, and computer application. They may also choose to specialize in a particular field of study by completing a major.

The outcomes of a B.Sc. program include:

  1. Students develop a comprehensive understanding of scientific principles and practices in their field of study. Students learn to analyze and evaluate scientific data, and develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills.
  2. A B.Sc. degree can prepare students for a variety of careers in fields such as healthcare, research, technology, and education. It can also be a stepping stone to further education, such as M.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D., etc. and can contribute to the body of research which in turn can help in policy making and for the welfare of mankind.
  3. The Bachelor of Science programme is aimed at making student capable of comprehending the post-graduate syllabus and be able to analyse simple as well as complex situations involving application of scientific concepts in real life situations.
  4. B.Sc. graduates would apply their expansive knowledge of science over a scope of fields, with inside and out learning in at least one field of discipline of their studies.
  5. It imparts intellectual skills and helps students to think logically and assimilate knowledge and ideas based on wide reading of books.
  6. It will enable the students to take up jobs in various sectors like research centres, laboratories, pharmaceutical industries, health care, software companies, banking, education and environmental related public sector undertakings.
  7. Program develops team spirit and co-ordination among students through experimental and investigative laboratory learning.
  8. A science graduate can work in an autonomous and sorted out way, set objectives for specified work, devise a work routine and tail it.
  9. Students develop strong communication and teamwork skills, which are essential in scientific research and the workplace

Overall, a BSc program provides students with a strong foundation in scientific principles and practices, and prepares them for a variety of careers in scientific research and the workplace. This programme is most beneficial for students who have a strong interest in Science and those who wish to pursue multi and inter-disciplinary science career in future.