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After doing Zoology(hons) you can go for teaching profession or you can go for reseach work in the field  like nature, wildlife, enviornment or lab work in the fields of biochemistry, DNA, immuniology, microbiology. any more branches are there it depend on you interest which field you want to select.

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Yes off course you can enroll for MBA (Pharma),irrespective of bachelor degree in any field.

Better to go for it after graduation in zoology it will help you in Pharma industry alot.

However,some institute have specific eligibility criteria for MBA (Pharma) that candidate must be from Pharmaceutical background.But maximum institutes dont have any specific criteria for it.

So,you can enrol for it.MBA (Pharm) promises good career prospect in Drugs and Medicine manufactureing industries and also in the marketing and sales department of Pharmaceutical.
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As you are interested in studying either zoology or botany and you have appeared in 12th board exam- my first suggestion will be to try for b.SC That you can get in any university. Most of the university provide B.SC course which is of three years. The reason i am suggesting you this is that after B.SC you can continue in application based field or continue with pure science. If you want to change your field that opportunity is also there with you . At M.SC level you can go for further specialisation in zoology or botany or opt for application based field like Bio-Chemistry ,Bioinformatics ,Environmental Science,Bio Technology,Industrial Fish and Fisheries,Genetics e.t.c . Actually B.Sc degree will help you in understanding of subject , make you decide what is the further specialisation you want to do and if you are interested in making change then that it is also possible. All the application based field that i have enlisted and there are many more can be done easily at PG level. Many of these are available at graduation level but you can always do them at PG level from best colleges of country . As far as admission procedure is concerned generally admission is done on marks basis but that differ from college to college. Some of the name of colleges are Delhi University's colleges such as Hans Raj, Sri Venkateswara, Gargi, Dyal Singh, Ramjas, Daulat Ram, Kirori Mal . Apart from DU colleges, St. Xavier`s College (Mumbai), Jiwaji University (Gwalior), Maharaja's College Kochi (Kerala), University of Mumbai . Actually it is available in most of the colleges So there is not much to worry...Feel free to ask further question .... ► Read more
Hi tenzing
see its totally up to your choice of what kind of career you wanna make
search within you the subjects of your interest

then see whether you are academic sound with that subjects so that you can take them as a career
then start hunting for places where you could further continue your education
you can send me your areas of interest i will guide you further in every respect
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Hi Pooja,

If you feel your English is not good you can try and improve your English because it will help you when you are looking for a job as well. For that I will suggest you to read English news papers and magazines. You can also join some English speaking class which will be of great help to you.
If you are not interest in what you are doing or as you say you are not interested in the HR field, I would say that it is good that you know your strengths and weaknesses and it is also not too late to work on them. You should always do or choose a profession in which you have interest.
As you say that you are interested in dance and communication you should do the same. As far as dancing is concerned it has a very unstable careers though you can learn dance and try and make a career in the same but still chances of success are very rare. As far as Communication is concerned you can very well do the same. You can look for jobs in Public Relations which will require you to communicate and meet new people, training employees, employee recruitment etc... Even HR jobs require you to communicate and require you to have great communication skills as well. So you need not worry for the same.
You should try and improve you English first. You can also look in making careers in media that is related to you interest.
For any further doubts you can write back as well……

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