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what are best option for MSC organic chemistry?

Discussion in 'Career Counseling' started by Stro1234, Nov 27, 2011.

  1. Stro1234

    Stro1234 New Member

    Hi,

    I want to know what are the best option for organic chemistry in terms of career. I am in the final year of the MSc organic chemistry.
     
  2. Col_456

    Col_456 New Member

    You can go ahead for a phd in the same discipline or you can look for the jobs in Pharmaceutical industry. Though it is best to go for phd.
     
  3. Royaluni

    Royaluni Administrator

    You can also try ur hand in chemical and fertilizer industry. Msc organic chemistry is in good demand in these industries.
     
  4. Justin John

    Justin John New Member

    u can sure opt for PhD, but u should also consult clg of ur city for better choice

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  5. telemartnetwork

    telemartnetwork New Member

    There are many entrance exams for M.Sc. According to your grade or marks, you will get a college. Search in net & get all the details from there. Phd can also be done after M.Sc.
     
  6. Sheena Bajaj

    Sheena Bajaj New Member

    Some of the best job opportunities for you after completing your MSc in chemistry are:
    Many PSUs like:ISRO, DRDO, Bhabha Atomic research Centre (BARC), Advanced Centre for Treatment, Research and Education in Cancer etc. take students from M.Sc. Chemistry via national level entrances. You can see its notifcations in employement news and then apply for these tests.
    You can also apply into the various departments of the government as Scientists like:UPSC,CSIR-UGC,SSC etc.
    You can also try for Civil Service exams and state PCS.
    You can also join petroleum companies such as the Bharat Petroleum, Indian Oil Corporation, ONGC, and NTPC etc. which regularly conduct recruitment exams for officers.
    You can go for teaching job in schools.
    You can also apply to private sectors like:Ranbaxy, Cipla, Glaxo etc. as quality controllers and other opportunities.
    You can also see career in food and packaging insdustry.
    If you wish for higher studies you are eigible for M.tech in IITs and other reputed institutes where you can apply with a valid and good GATE score.
    If you clear CSIR-UGC-JRF/ NET exam, you can do Ph.D. from any one of IITs, IISc., NCL, CDRI, TIFR or any other Indian University or you can Join CSIR or DST funded projects.

    So, think about your capabilities, interest, what you want in yor future and what is your expetations from your career and then choose the one among abve options accordingly. Your career is in your hand always so think before taking any step.

    Good luck!
     
  7. retikagore

    retikagore New Member

    Teaching is just one of the options available for you. There are quite a few other options available. Like if you would like to go in to the research field you can choose among the options. You can choose to work in any laboratory or any pharmaceutical company. You can also work as a lab technician too. If you would like to continue further studies then you can take up PH.d too. If you would like to take a deviation then you can go in for MBA course. Through this you can either join any of the firms in the chemical industry side in the administrative side. On completion of MBA you will have options like taking up Marketing oriented jobs, Finance oriented jobs etc. Basically you have to decide which of these roles suits you.
    Read More: Best Pharmaceutical Careers That You Need To Know
     

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