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I have come across various resources in Forums and Outside Forums and I have found that Mathematics is the best career in research and jobs. Now I have been very much interested in Mathematics. I have started solving various High Level Mathematics which are out of my syllabus. I am a 12th grade student studying and living in India. I wish to pursue my further career in Mathematics at IISC, Bangalore [Famous institute for physical science and have tough syllabus for maths]. I want to ask question that is Mathematics a really good interesting subject in areas of research and industrial jobs?

First I was very much interested in Computer science and wanted to do Engineering but later I stumbled upon Maths which has changed my mind.

I want to career as to become a Computer Scientist. I would like to know what should be done to acquire that level of qualification. Is Computer Scientist a lucrative career.

Does IISC's Mathematics curriculum suits that qualification [http://math.iisc.ernet.in/courses.htm || http://www.iisc.ernet.in/ug/UG-Math.pdf]

If that does not then I might try to do transfer in Caltech for Undergraduate Major in

Applied + Computational Mathematics, Is that good decision.

And doing MBA after Doctorate is a good career in Mathematics.

Thanks

First I was very much interested in Computer science and wanted to do Engineering but later I stumbled upon Maths which has changed my mind.

I want to career as to become a Computer Scientist. I would like to know what should be done to acquire that level of qualification. Is Computer Scientist a lucrative career.

Does IISC's Mathematics curriculum suits that qualification [http://math.iisc.ernet.in/courses.htm || http://www.iisc.ernet.in/ug/UG-Math.pdf]

If that does not then I might try to do transfer in Caltech for Undergraduate Major in

Applied + Computational Mathematics, Is that good decision.

And doing MBA after Doctorate is a good career in Mathematics.

Thanks

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