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    Best career line after B.Sc (Chemistry) with 50% marks?

    hello sir/mam
    what is the best carrier line after bsc chemistry with 50%???





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    harshverma77@yahoo.in
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    Re: Best career line after B.Sc (Chemistry) with 50% marks?

    There are lots of industries such as chemical, oil industries, pharma companies and hospitals in which you are eligible to pursue your career.
    If you have a passion toward teaching you can join that job also.
    Second option is to continue your study to get better career option in future.
    Some top universities of India like Lovely professional university, Guru Nanak Dev University, Delhi University and Amity are providing these courses.




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    dipti.taral@gmail.com
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    Re: Best career line after B.Sc (Chemistry) with 50% marks?

    Dear Friend,

    Job opportunities after B.Sc Chemistry

    Laboratories
    Medical Research
    Manufacturing and Processing Firms
    Testing Laboratories
    Technical Journals
    Engineering firms
    Medical Laboratories
    Oil Industry
    Petroleum Companies
    Pharmaceutical Companies
    Power Generating Companies
    Pyrotechnics Manufacturers
    Research and Development Firms
    Seed and Nursery Companies Schools
    Agricultural Research Services
    Biotechnology Firms
    Chemical Industry
    Chemicals Manufacturing Companies
    Cosmetic Companies
    Colleges / Universities
    Education Sector
    Forensic Crime Research
    Food Institutes
    Health Care Providers
    Heavy Chemical Industries
    Hospitals
    Industrial Laboratories
    Indian Civil Services


    Higher study options after B.Sc chemistry

    Some higher study options are as follows.

    M.Sc. Chemistry
    M.Sc. Analytical Chemistry
    M.Sc. Drug Chemistry
    M.Sc. Organic Pharmaceutical Chemistry
    M.Sc. Physical & Materials Chemistry
    Master of Business Administration (MBA)


    thank you

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    dipti.taral@gmail.com
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    Re: Best career line after B.Sc (Chemistry) with 50% marks?

    Dear Friend,

    Job opportunities after B.Sc Chemistry

    Laboratories
    Medical Research
    Manufacturing and Processing Firms
    Testing Laboratories
    Technical Journals
    Engineering firms
    Medical Laboratories
    Oil Industry
    Petroleum Companies
    Pharmaceutical Companies
    Power Generating Companies
    Pyrotechnics Manufacturers
    Research and Development Firms
    Seed and Nursery Companies Schools
    Agricultural Research Services
    Biotechnology Firms
    Chemical Industry
    Chemicals Manufacturing Companies
    Cosmetic Companies
    Colleges / Universities
    Education Sector
    Forensic Crime Research
    Food Institutes
    Health Care Providers
    Heavy Chemical Industries
    Hospitals
    Industrial Laboratories
    Indian Civil Services


    Higher study options after B.Sc chemistry

    Some higher study options are as follows.

    M.Sc. Chemistry
    M.Sc. Analytical Chemistry
    M.Sc. Drug Chemistry
    M.Sc. Organic Pharmaceutical Chemistry
    M.Sc. Physical & Materials Chemistry
    Master of Business Administration (MBA)


    thank you

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    Siva mechanical
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    Re: Best career line after B.Sc (Chemistry) with 50% marks?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    hello sir/mam
    what is the best carrier line after bsc chemistry with 50%???
    Hello friend,

    >> Chemistry is the challenging subject for all students in B.Sc. Don't feel for your low marks in B.Sc.

    >> There are many industries are in need of Chemical technicians for their company.

    >> I will suggest you where the Chemistry graduate can have more scope in following:-

    > Medicine.

    > Teaching.

    > Production Chemist.

    > Junior Lab Chemist.

    > Pharmaceuticals.

    > Research department in chemical industry.

    > Agrochemistry.

    > Geochemistry.

    > Plastics Industry.

    > Ceramics Industry.

    > Medicine Industry.

    > Food Processing Industry.

    > Paper Industry.



    Apart from all above jobs, You can continue your studies by studying Master's degree in Chemistry itself. Then, You can go for Ph.D.


    The above carrier line will make your carrier high and you can demand the salary to join in any company.

    >> You are also opt for Government exams which select the candidates to their work.

    >> Get notifications about Government exams in www.upsc.gov.in

    Good Luck!!!!!!!1

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    afsana
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    Re: Best career line after B.Sc (Chemistry) with 50% marks?

    hi

    being or having bachelor degree ,you know that in addition to chemistry ,you would be having other 2 science subjects.so you can MSc in any of the 3 subjects you had studied in degree.

    or directly if you do not have further plans for higher studies then you can join any labs.for chemistry labs opportunities are more open.you can proceed to it

    or you can join as a teacher in school as chemistry or science teacher or in any institute.

    after MSc,YOU CAN EVEN continue your PH.d course.,the exam are

    1)ICMR

    2)UGC NET

    3)APSET

    4)CSIR

    5)GATE

    etc

    choice is all yours..think it and follow your mind


    good luck

    thank you

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    whiteblossom
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    Re: Best career line after B.Sc (Chemistry) with 50% marks?

    After B.Sc chemistry , you have several options for a good career :
    1. can do M.Sc
    2. can try for management courses
    3. can try for MPSC and UPSC exams

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    anamikasen
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    Re: Best career line after B.Sc (Chemistry) with 50% marks?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    hello sir/mam
    what is the best carrier line after bsc chemistry with 50%???
    Hello,
    Since you are in B.Sc. chemistry, doing either M.Sc. or going for a technical or HR job will be equally good. Now since you are just a fresher now, so doing an M.Sc. will be better for you. After M.Sc. completion, you will get campus recruitment options in your university only, if you apply in a good university. Always before applying for M.Sc. or any other master degree, you need to check if, that college or university has good campus recruiting facilities or not, that is, if that university has a great tie up with most eminent companies(liek CTS, CapGemini, dell, HP, Accenture,etc.) or not. if not, then better leave that one and apply for some other. Also after applying for that college or university, mostly you will see there is an option of admission test. Unless you clear that admission test, you will not be selected for that M.Sc. course. So all the best for your further studies.

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    prashanth yadav
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    Re: Best career line after B.Sc (Chemistry) with 50% marks?

    DEAR FRIEND

    chemistry is a different field of chemicals research analyzing the chemical solutions etc.... if you do mphil and phd in chemistry field you can gain much knowledge and you can get best pay after finishing.......... some of the career option for chemistry field are .......

    * Chemistry (chemist profile)
    * Ethnobotany
    * Environmental Law
    * Patent Law
    * Technical Writing
    * Pharmaceuticals
    * Oceanography
    * Software Design
    * Space Exploration
    * Government Policy
    * Forensic Science
    * Biotechnology
    * Metallurgy
    * Ceramics Industry
    * Plastics Industry
    * Paper Industry
    * Medicine
    * Teaching
    * Engineering (chemical engineer profile)
    * Geochemistry
    * Agrochemistry
    * Military Systems
    Government sector:-
    CDS
    IAS,etc.

    Private sector:-

    Metallurgy

    Ceramics Industry

    food processing industry.

    Forensic Science

    Plastics Industry

    Paper Industry

    thread industry.

    chemical industry.

    Biotechnology

    pharma industry. etc.


    ALL THE BEST

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