What constitutes BiPC?
The intermediate stream BiPC concentrates on biology, physics, and chemistry. Students interested in pursuing careers in the biological sciences, healthcare, medicine, or similar scientific fields should take this course.
Biology is an important component of the BiPC course, covering subjects including cell biology, genetics, physiology, ecology, and evolution. Physics examines the underlying laws that govern matter and energy, covering subjects like mechanics, thermodynamics, electromagnetic, optics, and contemporary physics. Chemistry explores the structure, characteristics, and reactions of substances. It includes topics like physical chemistry, organic chemistry, and inorganic chemistry.
What after BiPC?
Students of the BiPC program can work in the medical, dental, nursing, pharmacy, physiotherapy, or other fields of healthcare. BiPC students can pursue careers in pharmaceutical companies, working as pharmacists, pharmaceutical researchers, or in areas such as drug development, quality control, or regulatory affairs.