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What is the eligibility for MSc Biochemistry?

what is the eligibility for the msc biochemistry?..Could u please tell me

20th July 2013, 12:33 AM
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B.Sc in Bio chemistry or related subjects is the basic qualification for M.Sc in Bio Chemistry. The qualification must be obtained with a minimum of 50% marks. Admissions are made on the basis of entrance test score. Pune University, Integral University, etc conduct entrance test for admission. Thapar University also offers admission to the course. Eligibility and entrance test pattern varies with University.
20th July 2013, 11:28 AM
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M.Sc in Biochemistry is a Masters Degree program in life sciences with the duration of 2 years.

Here is the eligibility to join this course.

One should have completed Graduation in Life Sciences with minimum 50% of marks.

It would be better if the candidate is having Biochemistry as one of the subject in Graduation.

No direct admission will be given for the candidates to join this course.

One should have to crack the respective Entrance Exam and depending upon the performance in the Entrance Exam, the candidates will be given admission to join this course in and around various colleges of that university.

Each university will conduct separate Entrance Exam for the candidates to give admission for this course.

You can apply for this course in state level universities and central universities also.

Soon after the completion of this course, you can get job opportunities in
-Pharmaceutical Companies
-Chemical Laboratories
-Biotech Companies
-Clinical laboratories
-Diagnostic centers etc.

If you do Ph.D in this area, you will be having great career.

Wish you all the best.
20th July 2013, 12:02 PM
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  • Hello friend
  • You can do M.Sc bio chemistry course
  • You must have completed B.SC with any one of the subjects
  • Physics
  • Botany
  • Zoology
  • Nutrition
  • Mathematics
  • Biochemistry
  • Chemistry
  • You must have atleast 50% marks in B.Sc to take admission
  • There is no age restriction
  • all the best
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20th July 2013, 12:54 PM
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M.Sc Biochemistry or Master of Science in Biochemistry:

It is a postgraduate Biochemistry science course.Biochemistry deals with the structures and functions of cellular components such as proteins,carbohydrates,lipids,nucleic acids and other bio-molecules.

Duration of course:

The course duration is two years duration both on regular and distance basis and the syllabus is divided into four semesters.

M.Sc Biochemistry Eligibility:

Candidates must have secured 40% marks in aggregate and studied chemistry or bio chemistry securing 50% marks in this subject at the B.Sc.

Candidates should have biology in 12th standard from a recognized state board or university.

M.Sc Biochemistry Syllabus:

Syllabus divided into 4 semesters:

Semester I:

1.Structure and Function of Biomolecules
2.Cell Biology & Physiology
4.Bioenergetics & Intermediary Metabolism
5.Lab Course I

Semester II:

1.Molecular Biology I
2.Nutritional and Clinical Biochemistry
3.Plant Biochemistry
4.Biophysical & Biochemical Techniques
5.Lab Course II

Semester III:

1.Molecular Biology II
2.Basic Biotechnology
4.Introductory Microbiology
5.Lab Course III

Semester IV:

1.Bio statistics and Research Documentation
3.Stem Cell and Reproduction
4.Lab Course IV
5.Project Report

Admission Process:

To join in M.Sc Biochemistry course various universities conducts various entrance exams like Andhra University,Assam University,Christ College,All India Institute of Medical Sciences,Delhi University,Osmania University etc......

List of Colleges offering M.Sc Biochemistry coure:

1.Delhi University
2.Goa University
3.Christ College
4.Andhra University
5.Jaia Hamdard
6.Institute of Medical Education & Research
7.Adhiparasakthi college of Arts and Sciences
8.Calicut University/University of calicut
9.PRIST University
10.Karnataka University
11.Sri Venkateswara University

M.Sc Biochemistry job types:

1.Consultants-Clinical Biochemistry
2.Guest Lecturer-Biochemistry
3.Assistant Professor-Biochemistry
5.Medical Laboratory Technician
6.Business Specialist-Bioscience
7.Reader-Physiology & Biochemistry

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20th July 2013, 04:04 PM
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what is the eligibility for the msc biochemistry?..Could u please tell me

Dear Aspirant,

M.Sc stands for the Master of Science

## A candidate must have passed out their B.Sc with the Ancillary Subjects that is one of the Physics, Botany, Zoology, Nutrition, Mathematics, Biochemistry and Chemistry from the Well Recognized Universities are eligible for the M.Sc course......

## A candidate must have secure at least 50% or aggregate marks in their B.Sc course.....

## Thorough M.Sc course in Biochemistry you can get the employment at various field like Research laboratories, Pharmaceuticals Industry, Diagnostic Center, Biotechnology Firms etc......

Some of the best Colleges for the M.Sc Biochemistry:-

Sam Higginbotom Institute of Agriculture, Uttar Pradesh

Maulana Azad Medical College, Delhi

Bharathidasan University, Tamil Nadu

Bangalore University, Karnataka

Allahabad University, Uttar Pradesh

G. B. Pant University of Agriculture & Technology, Uttaranchal

Here i have attached full Syllabus for the M.Sc Biochemistry as well download from the below attachment......

All the best

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20th July 2013, 06:37 PM
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what is the eligibility for the msc biochemistry?..Could u please tell me
the eligibility for the M. Sc. Biochemistry are
B. Sc. in biochemistry or any related field with an aggregate of minimum 50%
Age: 18 to 28
You must apply to university directly or appear for entrance exam such as
JNU M. Sc. entrance test
Jamia Millia Islamia Post Graduation test
AMU Entrance
Jamia Hamdard university delhi
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20th July 2013, 09:14 PM
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Hello friend...
The candidates who completed B.Sc Biochemistry or related course with minimum of 50% are eligible for MSc Biochemistry .
Good Luck..
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21st July 2013, 12:24 AM
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The M.Sc course in Biochemistry is designed to equip students with theoretical and practical knowledge .

Eligibility for this course is as follows:

The student should hold the Bachelors degree in Biochemistry or chemistry from any recognised university.

While studying the bachelors course Biochemistry or chemistry must be the main subject and any two of the optional subjects .

The optional subjects are as follows :

(a) Microbiology
(b) Biotechnology
(c) Zoology
(d) Botany / Applied Botany
(e) Environmental Science
(f) Sericulture / Genetics.
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21st July 2013, 01:27 AM
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what is the eligibility for the msc biochemistry?..Could u please tell me
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what is the eligibility for the msc biochemistry?..Could u please tell me

msc is master degree in science... The main eligibility of any master degree is a bachelor degree.... So, you have to pass in bachelor degree in any of the feilds like physics, chemistry, botony, zology , mathematics in order to do Master degree in bio chemistry or in life science...
you should have a minimum of 50% marks in the bachelor degree...
direct entry is not possible in most cases, usually the university or respective board conducts an entrance exam for the same... depending upon the rank in merit list, you will be placed to respective university college...
these are some of the steps through which you can get admission for M. sc in biochemistry.
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21st July 2013, 09:25 PM
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M.Sc Biochemistry Eligibility :

Candidates should have Graduation with chemistry / Bio chemistry with min of 40% aggregate from a recognized University

50% marks score in Chemistry / Bio chemistry

And also candidates should have Biology in 12th stands from a recognized University

List of Best M.Sc Biochemistry Colleges in India :

Delhi University

Christ College

Goa University

Andhra University

Sri Venkateswara University

Karnataka University

PRIST University

Calicut University

Job career :

Professor of Bio Chemistry

Research Biochemistry

Industrial Biochemist

Clinical Biochemistry

Academic Positions
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26th July 2013, 08:47 PM
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M.S.(Biochemistry) : Master of Science in Biochemistry

Master of Science in Biochemistry is Post Graduate Biochemistry for Science Course

you have complete Graduation

Duruatiom for 2 years












Consulatnat - Clinical Biochemistry

Guest Lecutrer - Biochemistry

Assistant Professor - Biochemistry

Technician - Biochemistry

Reader - Physiology & - Biochemistry

M.sc Biochemistry College

Post Gurduate Institute Medical Education & research

Jamia Millia Islamia

Calicut Uni.

Adhiparassakthi Colle of Arts & science
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