Introduction To BIPC

BiPC, popularly known as the Medical stream is a subject combination which is opted by students studying in senior secondary school. The full form of BiPC is Biology, Physics, and Chemistry. Be it the traditional medical courses like MBBS and BDS or alternate medical courses, the diverse curriculum of this stream offers a plethora of career opportunities to explore after standard 12th.

In simple terms, the full form of BiPC is Biology, Physics and Chemistry and these depict the three core subjects in the Science stream in 10+2 in India.

BiPC subjects offer a wide range of programs for those who want to explore medical science or its interdisciplinary and related specialisations. MBBS is a sought-after and best course after BiPC and there are many prominent courses after 12th BiPC other than MBBS available in Homeopathy, Ayurveda, Naturopathy, Veterinary Science, Nursing, to name a few.

Benefits of this Course
  • You are not necessarily required to appear for NEET after taking BiPC since there are several courses other than MBBS in these subjects that you can explore.
  • You can also pursue short-term courses after BiPC like D Pharmacy, Homeopathy courses, Paramedical courses, etc.
  • Not only the medical field, but you can also explore lucrative careers in research, academia, medical journalism, etc. by taking BiPC in intermediate..
Further Studies After BiPC
  • Medical Courses: MBBS (Medicine and Surgery), BDS (Dental Science), BDS to MBBS Bridge Course
  • AYUSH Courses: BAMS (Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine, and Surgery), Bachelor of Naturopathy and Yogic Sciences (BNYS), BHMS (Bachelor of Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery)
  • Veterinary Courses: Bachelor of Veterinary Science (BVSc)
  • Agriculture Courses: BSc Agriculture, BSc Forestry, BSc Botany, BSc Biology
  • Nursing Courses: BSc Nursing
  • Medical Engineering Courses: BTech Biotechnology, BTech Food Technology, BTech Biomedical Engineering
  • Pharmacy Courses: D Pharmacy, Bachelor of Pharmacy