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M.Sc. Chemistry admissions in India

Date: 20 Mar 2016   Posted By: AMIYAA     Group: Education    Category: India Educational Consultants   

I am a final year B.Sc. Chemistry student. Please guide me on M.Sc. admissions.

Author: Kailash Kumar    20 Mar 2016      Member Level: Platinum     Points : 2  (Rs 2)    Voting Score: 0

In case the author is studying in a college/university where M.Sc. courses are also offered, then he should find out the procedure from the institution itself. In case it is no so then contacting the university which is awarding the B.Sc. degree may be the next choice for admission in M.Sc. course. However in case the author intends to change the university, then the websites of the concerned universities of choice should be studied for finding out the admission procedure.
Joint Admission Test for M.Sc. (JAM) is an entrance test for admission in M.Sc. programs at the Indian Institutes of Technology, Indian Institute of Science, and other institutes.

Author: [Anonymous]    20 Mar 2016      Member Level: Diamond     Points : 3  (Rs 3)    Voting Score: 0

Hi Dear,
You need to elaborate your query.
I what reference you want support- Name of institutes offering this course, admission procedure, required marks or anything else..

There are chances that the university from where you are pursuing your graduation can also offer you Post graduation degree in same specialization. In such case, you should contact the administration department to collect information.
If you want to change your college, please collect the details through internet.

There are many institutes conducting entrance examination for M.Sc.Admission. So, you need to prepare and perform well for getting admission in such reputed colleges.

Author: Juana    21 Mar 2016      Member Level: Diamond     Points : 6  (Rs 6)    Voting Score: 0

On completion of an undergraduate programme in chemistry you can choose from a number of postgraduate courses in the field of chemistry. You can of course opt for the conventional MSc Chemistry programme or choose from one of the other options available to you –

1. MSc. Drug Chemistry
2. MSc. Analytical Chemistry
3. MSc. Physical and Material Chemistry
4. MSc. Medicinal Chemistry
5. Msc. Bio Organic Chemistry
6. MSc. Organic Pharmaceutical Chemistry
7. MSc Medicinal Chemistry
8. MSc. Green Chemistry (Chemical Research)
9. MSc. Synthetic Organic Chemistry

All these are highly specialized MSc programmes and in great demand. These are professional, job oriented postgraduate courses that prepare you for jobs in specific fields. The postgraduate programme in Drug Chemistry or Medicinal Chemistry for instance will ready you for the pharmaceutical industry where you can work either in a laboratory where drugs are tested and manufactured or in a research institute where drugs are invented. MSc. in Analytical Chemistry will prepare you to venture into forensic science or environmental analysis. Go ahead and explore the choices available to you and choose one that interests you the most.

Not all universities offer all courses, so you will have to pick and choose. My advice to you is to apply for a number of courses in different universities, to ensure you get admission somewhere. Good luck.

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