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Master of Science (M.Sc) Course Admissions 2017 - 2018 Academic Year

Master of Science (M.Sc) is one of the most desired master degree courses in India. Master of Science is one of the courses which is positioned as top in educational hirerachy structure, similar to Batchelor of science (B.Sc), Master of Science (M.Sc) is also linked with number of diversified field of Science as well as Non-Science fields. In this section of Indiastudychannel.com describes more about the scope and traits of Master of Science degree.
One of the most popular courses among the students who have freshly passed out school is Bachelors in Science or popularly known as B.Sc. And, after completing their B.Sc. courses, the most logical choice for B.Sc. graduates is to pursue a Master of Science or M.Sc. degree in the same field in which the student had his specialization at the undergraduate level. Master of Science (M.Sc) is a post-graduate level course in all colleges and universities across the country that offer B.Sc. courses. The aim of the course is to further the knowledge of the undergraduate students by offering them advanced knowledge in their field in which they specialized in their B.Sc. course. Master of Science (M.Sc) like B.Sc. too under its hat has a number of courses some of the most popular ones being M.Sc.Agriculture, M.Sc.Biochemistry, M.Sc.Computer Science etc. Technically, as logic implies there is a master’s level program for every subject for which there is a bachelor degree. If an undergraduate took the B.Sc. course because he wanted a career in the field of his specialization, spending on a Master of Science (M.Sc) post graduate is the most worthwhile investment in one’s professional career as it not only imparts advanced education to the candidate, it also enhances the valuable personal skills and experience which are necessary for a subject. Besides coursework, a Master of Science (M.Sc) degree also involves a lot of research work. It is highly recommended for a student still in his undergraduate course to do regular internships because by the time one completes his Master’s degree in the same field of specialization, the student would have gained a level of work experience which cannot go unappreciated by any firm or company offering job to graduates with a master’s degree. In short, having a master’s degree in any field enables a student to stand out from the crowd in an era of cut throat competition.

Duration of Master of Science (M.Sc) Degree - A student willing to do an Master of Science (M.Sc) course in India must be aware that his or her commitment will be required towards the course at least for a year. However, depending upon the requirement set by different programs, a two year commitment may also be required. In general, the two year courses are preferred over the one year programs because these courses provide a student with ample time to learn about research methodologies which they can use if and when they’re writing their Ph.D. thesis because doing a master in science degree essentially means that one will be required to write at least one dissertation or thesis paper on the subject.

Eligibility for Master of Science (M.Sc) Degree - The eligibility criteria for an Master of Science (M.Sc) course is that the candidate must have an undergraduate degree from a recognized institution and must cross the minimum cutoff marks required by the institution with which the candidate is applying. Usually, there is no age limit prescribed for the M.Sc. level exam.

Cost of Study for Master of Science (M.Sc) Degree - It seems that pursuing an Master of Science (M.Sc) program in India is not going to burn a hole in one’s pockets. The annual fee for pursuing Master of Science (M.Sc) course in India can go as low as a couple thousands. For instance, the annual fee for the course at Gargi College, New Delhi is just a little over 7,000 rupees and that at St. Joseph’s College Devagiri, Calicut is just a little over 4,000 rupees per annum. However, as we know that the cost of study varies per the university or college where one is studying, the cost of studying M.Sc can go as high as 73,000 bucks at St. Xavier’s College, Kolkata and 77,500 at Christ University, Bangalore. Again the price of the course also varies by the subject in which the student wants to specialize.

Admission Procedure for Master of Science (M.Sc) Degree - The admission procedure for getting into an Master of Science (M.Sc) program at a reputed college is simple. The candidate may be required to take an entrance exam the scores of which are considered by the institution. However, there are lot of institutions which admit students into a Master of Science (M.Sc) course based on their score in the last qualifying examination. Some reputed institutes, inclusive of private ones also prefer taking personal interviews of the students before confirming their admission into the course. Since, in India, we follow a three-tiered structure where an undergraduate course is followed by a postgraduate masters program followed by a Ph.D. degree, most international undergraduate degrees are recognized by Indian institutions for admission into postgraduate master’s courses. International students who are willing to undertake an Master of Science (M.Sc) course in India can apply through EdCIL (Educational Consultants India Ltd.) which is an organization appointed by the Government of India. This organization smoothens the procedure of admission of international students into Indian institutes. It acts as a nodal point for international students and provided valuable guidance to them.

Career Prospects of Master of Science (M.Sc) Degree - Completing the M.Sc. course presents the student with a wide variety of options. A person with an M.Sc. degree can work in governing sector and attain high posts in government as well as private sector. The advantage of the course reflects in the higher packages offered to post-graduates by corporations when compared to B.Sc. degree holders. Students with a master’s degree have the option of joining a research institute as well as work with the government in its various sectors. Not to be forgotten, a student with a master’s degree will have an edge over B.Sc. degree holders while writing the Mains paper in the UPSC examination. Thus, it is not a myth why many students do both B.Sc. and M.Sc. courses and then sit in UPSC examinations. Although a Master of Science (M.Sc) degree holder is not limited to jobs relating to the scientific field, it is somewhat not advised for them to sit in other competitive exams because in such exams, the skill set of a student disciplined in a particular scientific field is not exhausted properly. Thus, the best career choices that a Master of Science (M.Sc) graduate has are – joining a corporate house in the related field, becoming a researcher or an analyst in that field or imparting education in the same field by becoming a professor.

Higher Study Opportunities in Master of Science (M.Sc) Degree - The best option available to Master of Science (M.Sc) graduates willing to go for higher studies is getting invested in research programs while pursuing a doctorate in philosophy (Ph.D.) in his subject of specialization. The student can also choose to take a course like the MBA or some other master’s level program.
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