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16th May 2015, 09:55 PM
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Which course I can take for doing M.Sc course after B.Sc in Biotechnology? M.Sc in Clinical research or M.Sc in Biotechnology?


Sir/Mam,

I have completed my B.Sc in biotechnology , now i want to get masters but i m confused in two fields that is which field i would go for i.e. Msc in clinical research would be best or i should go for M.Sc in biotechnology ? Sir , kindly advice me in either of the above two masters . Based on above vch masters would be of high scope in future and high salary package And also in higher study i.e. Ph.D?





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17th May 2015, 07:51 PM
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Default Re: Which course I can take for doing M.Sc course after B.Sc in Biotechnology? M.Sc in Clinical research or M.Sc in Biotechnology?

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Sir/Mam,

I have completed my B.Sc in biotechnology , now i want to get masters but i m confused in two fields that is which field i would go for i.e. Msc in clinical research would be best or i should go for M.Sc in biotechnology ? Sir , kindly advice me in either of the above two masters . Based on above vch masters would be of high scope in future and high salary package And also in higher study i.e. Ph.D?
Both the M.Sc Biotechnology and Clinical Research have very good scope in both the Government and Private sector as well. Since, you have completed Graduation with Biotechnology so it is recommended that you can go with Biotechnology specialization in Master degree as well. However, please select the course based on your interest and future aspiration.

The salary for M.Sc Biotechnology is based on your various such, qualification, Experience, Technical Skill, etc. However, the candidate can expect a starting level salary within the range of Rs. 10,000/- to Rs. 20,000/- per month in government organizations and It will differ in Private Organization. Those candidates who are completing a PhD along with UGC NET can apply for Lecturer job in various Government and Private Colleges. Such candidates can expect a salary of Rs.30, 000- Rs. 40, 000/- per month.

Yes, of course you can apply for PhD course after completing M.Sc Biotechnology. In fact, your salary will be gets high based on your qualification and experience in the concerned field. So, it is always recommended to continue your higher studies along with the job.




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18th May 2015, 08:04 PM
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Default Re: Which course I can take for doing M.Sc course after B.Sc in Biotechnology? M.Sc in Clinical research or M.Sc in Biotechnology?

Considering everything that you have shared I would like to tell you that the M.Sc in Biotechnology is the best field for you to do your Masters.
The scope for this Masters Course is huge and it is certainly more than M.Sc in Clinical Research.
So try and get yourself admitted to the course of M.Sc in Biotechnology.
The higher salary package will be of course given to you if you do M.Sc in Biotechnology.
The PhD in Biotechnology also has a better future presently so try and take admission into the course of M.Sc in Biotechnology.




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