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M.Phil Applied Chemistry

Master of Philosophy in Applied Chemistry

Have you completed your post graduation in the field of chemistry or Applied Chemistry? Are you willing to continue your studies in the same field? If your answer is yes to both the questions, you can enroll in M.Phil in Applied Chemistry. It is available in many colleges and all details are mentioned below for your reference.

Course Name: M.Phil Applied Chemistry
Stream: Engineering
Course Category: General
Duration: 2 Years


M.Phil is Master of Philosophy and it is a post graduate level research-based short-term course. Applied Chemistry is a part of biochemistry which is a combination of different domains of science like biology, chemistry, etc and it prepares candidates to become a researcher, an entrepreneur or a teacher.
This course is available in different modes including distance learning mode and part-time mode. Candidates having skills for assessing and interpret data, good presentation skills and oral communication skills are suitable for this course.


The course requires candidates who have successfully completed their post graduation degree from a recognized and registered college or university. The minimum qualifying marks should be at least 50% as an aggregate.
The course also has some age restrictions but it varies from one institute to another, so it is advised that candidates should check the same before submitting their application to avoid end moment rejection of the applications.

M.Phil Applied Chemistry 2019 - 2020 Admissions/Application Enquiry


M.Phil Applied Chemistry - Colleges & Admission Notifications

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Admission Procedure

Admissions are simple in most of the institutes. Interested candidates need to submit their duly filled application forms before the last date of submission. These applications should be enclosed with other required documents as mentioned in the prospectus.
Some institutes take direct admissions on merit basis whereas some reputed institutes may conduct an entrance test to validate the knowledge of candidates.


The duration of this course is 2 years regular mode. It varies on the basis of the institute and mode of the course you select.

Further Study options

After completion of M.Phil, interested candidates can pursue Ph.D. in same or related subject. Ph.D. or Doctor of Philosophy is a research-based course which gives an opportunity to the candidates to conduct his or her own research. Ph.D. does not have any age restriction in most of the institutes and candidates can pursue the same at any stage of their professional life as per their requirement and suitability.

Course Highlights

M.Phil or Master of Philosophy is basically a course which teaches about research methodologies. It also includes the basic foundation in biochemistry, basics of microbiology, photochemistry, Biotechnology, etc. The course includes one short-term project which is also known as the dissertation.
Some guest lectures and seminars are also included in the course with regular mode.

Job aspects

The suitable employment areas for these candidates are academic institutes, research labs, forensic labs, healthcare clinics, pharma companies, etc. They can become a technical specialist, senior research fellow, scientific assistant, Specialist Biochemist, etc very easily.

M.Phil Applied Chemistry Admissions for 2019 - 2020 Academic Year

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