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M.Sc.Sci (માસ્ટર ઓફ સાયન્સ)

Course Structure :

MSc is a two-year duration postgraduate degree course offered by universities and colleges in various specialised Science fields such as  Physics, Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, Botany, Biotechnology, Microbiology, Environmental Sciences, Food Sciences, Life Sciences, and so on.

Elegibility :

To be able to apply for the M.Sc. degree, you need to clear the eligibility criteria. This criterion is common for M.Sc. courses offered by most universities. Here are the M.Sc. degree course eligibility criteria: –

  • You need to have a B.Sc. degree from a govt. Approved university.
  • You need to have scored at least more than 50% in your B.Sc. degree.
    Scope :
  • Students decide their path of education based on the careers they are interested in. So, it is important to know what careers will an M.Sc. degree gets you. The following are some of the most popular careers for M.Sc. graduates:-

    1. Scientist – This is the most desired career for all M.Sc. graduates. They can choose to become scientists based on their M.Sc. specialisation. Scientists are in high demand and are some of the most well-paid professionals in the industry.

    2. Biochemist – Biochemistry is one of the fastest rising fields in the country. Biochemists study DNA and chemical processes in the body. They are employed in many industries, but most are hired by the pharmaceutical industry to develop new, better medicines.

    3. Professor – With some additional courses and certifications, you can also become a professor. Professors are in high demand and are some of the most well-paid professionals in the country.

    4. Research Associate – Research associates work in the financial industry. They bring a scientific approach and research skills to analyse the financial instruments and markets of the country. They collect and organise data for the company they work for.

    5. Lab Technician – Lab technicians work in pathological labs. They mainly test biological samples taken from the human body to look for diseases, foreign substances, chemical imbalances. They also help conduct experiments and maintain laboratories.



  • Institute code : -(902)

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