Chemistry relates to the study of molecules and their behaviours while undergoing chemical reactions with the different concentration of the reactants. This subject provides a backbone in all the traditional branches such as Organic, Inorganic and Analytical Chemistry etc.
After the graduation with the combination of Chemistry, an aspirant can go in for M. Sc in Chemistry. For his own interest, it would be better to choose a premier institution for his bright prospect. Some of the leading institutions are as follows-
1) Miranda House, Delhi.
2) Christ University, Bengaluru.
3) Lovely Professional University, Punjab
4) Madras Christian College, Chennai.
5) IIT Kharagpur
6) Delhi University etc
Admission process would involve a written test followed by an interview comprising of subjects experts to assess your aptitude test and potentials apart from your minimum cut off marks in your graduation level.
A post graduate degree in Chemistry would open plethora of jobs both in Research and Pharmaceutical fields and such aspirants may be placed in the following posts -
1) Biomedical Chemist
2) Laboratory Chemist
3) Industrial Research Chemist
4) Research and Development Manager in Pharmaceutical Laboraties such as Glaxo, Cadila, Alembic etc
5) Drug Chemist
6) Jobs in the chemical industries such as Rubber, Aluminium, Paints etc
If the aspirant is interested for the post of a lecturer, he has to clear the NET test and after his selection in a college, he has to procure the doctorate degree in Chemistry for his better prospects and promotions.
The aspirants may join even as a teacher in a higher secondary school after completing the B.Ed course from a recognised university. IGNOU could be the best option to continue studies in the leisure hours if engaged in some jobs.