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M.Sc in Chemistry
Are you a graduate in chemistry? Currently are you thinking of pursuing higher studies than to look for a job? Are you intending to pursue jobs in the field of analytical chemistry or in the pharmaceutical industry? Then I think you must join this 2 year course of M.Sc. in chemistry.
Course Overview and Eligibility CriteriaM.sc. in Chemistry is a master degree course. This is availed by students only after they clear their graduation in chemistry.
- The students need to have 50% in their graduation aggregate. Although for the students who belong to reserved category there is a relaxation of 5% in the aggregate of their graduation.
- Along with the previous criteria you must clear the entrance examination set by the respective university. This entrance examination is not like the general all India basis entrance examination for master degree.
This is just a small 100 or 200 marks entrance examination held by the respective university where you are going to apply for the M.Sc. The questions would be mostly multiple choice type or short answer type questions. If you secure more than 50% in that entrance examination, your name will be put up on the merit list for admission in the M.Sc. course.
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Further details of the course
M.Sc. in Chemistry course are mostly chosen by those students who are more intrigued towards specialization in analytical chemistry or inorganic chemistry or organic chemistry. M.Sc. in chemistry provides more details to specialize in such subjects. As a result you are able to apply for jobs in various sections as discussed in the next part. The course fee varies between Rs.50,000-Rs.65,000 per year. The course is either broken into 2 years or 4 semesters. The universities who have semester systems are a better option than those having yearly examinations.
This is because the questions of these yearly examinations are mostly set by external examiners.
You can opt for a trainee in chemical laboratories. You can also join as a junior associate in Indian oil corporation or Hindustan petroleum. You can also join as chemical analyst or organic chemist in different laboratories.
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