29th May 2015, 08:28 PM
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What is the minimum percentage required in Graduation to enrol for M.Sc Chemistry course?


Is college of graduation matters for m.s.c chem ...what is the minimum %required in graduation for taking admission? Can someone please provide me the right information on this? I would like to know the eligibility criteria which is followed in common.

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30th May 2015, 12:26 AM
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Default Re: What is the minimum percentage required in Graduation to enrol for M.Sc Chemistry course?

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Is college of graduation matters for m.s.c chem ...what is the minimum %required in graduation for taking admission? Can someone please provide me the right information on this? I would like to know the eligibility criteria which is followed in common.

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Basically, the minimum marks required for M.Sc Chemistry differs from college to college. Every college fix their own percentage of marks for M.Sc Chemistry under the guidelines of Educational board (UGC). However, most of the private and Government college require 50% of marks in Graduation for M.Sc course. So, If you have scored above 50% of marks at Graduation then you can get admission for M.Sc Chemistry for sure. Since, you are interested to apply for M.Sc Chemistry, which is a science related course, so you compete Graduation with Chemistry subject to be eligible for M.Sc Chemistry.

M.Sc in Chemistry Eligibilty Criteria:

- The bachelor’s degree in Science is the minimum education to apply for M.Sc Chemistry and the qualification must be obtained from a recognized university with minimum 50% marks.
- The candidate must study Chemistry subject at 12th standard and Graduation as well.




 
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Is college of graduation matters for m.s.c chem ...what is the minimum %required in graduation for taking admission? Can someone please provide me the right information on this? I would like to know the eligibility criteria which is followed in common.

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M.Sc admission in Chemistry is vary from college by college but you must have minimum 55% marks in B.Sc degree for admission in M.Sc degree.

Those candidates who have completed B.Sc in Chemistry with above 50% marks from a recognized university are eligible for admission in M.Sc in Chemistry.

Your age should be above 18 years.




 
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Is college of graduation matters for m.s.c chem ...what is the minimum %required in graduation for taking admission? Can someone please provide me the right information on this? I would like to know the eligibility criteria which is followed in common.

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Yes, Graduation from any of the College matters for the admission in the M.Sc . Also minimum of 60& is required for the Admission. You need to go to the college to find the actual criteria of the admission as there are many seats that are reserved, so you need to get full information prior to the admission and this will be done only after going to the college only.
 
6th June 2015, 06:15 PM
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Default Re: What is the minimum percentage required in Graduation to enrol for M.Sc Chemistry course?

1.First of all the M.Sc is the course which come under graduation it is the course which is offered in any universities and institutes.

2.For doing M.Sc Chemistry you must have to attain more than 50% of marks in your graduation course.

3.The college which is study will not alter your M.sc admission that much.

4.For joining M.Sc in any university first of all you have to give the written test conducted by that university well.

5.Later on if you qualify this exam they will conduct an personnel interview.

6.Once you perform well here too then you will get selected in that university.

7.Some better universities require even better percentages in graduation so it is better to maintain good percentage in your graduation course which will help to you get seat in better university.

 
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