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25th November 2013, 11:54 PM
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Job scope for boys after B.Sc Photometry? Expected salary?


Boys have any job vacancies......after their degree..... how much salaries get from this job? I mean to say that boys have any job scope in bsc photometry?





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19th December 2013, 06:23 PM
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Default Re: Job scope for boys after B.Sc Photometry? Expected salary?

B.Sc Photometry is a good course and you can get job in various companies and laboratories as a job technician. There are good scopes in the B.Sc Photometry as these course is not common and very less number of peoples are doing this course because they thinks that they will not get the good job after doing the B.Sc Photometry course.

This is 3 year course and anyone who have the minimum qualification of 12th Class with Science stream can apply for this course. Many degree colleges giving B.Sc Photometry opportunity to the students who just completed 12th class in the Science field.

Talking about the scopes of the course so scopes is quite good and you can easily get the good job as a lab technician in various companies and also even in the institutes OR Colleges. There are more jobs in the lab technician field.

Talking about the salary you may expect 10,000 to 20,000 Salary in the staring and after that you may get the good increment. So if you are thinking to join this course than you may go for the job. There are lots of scopes and opportunity in this sector.

You may apply for the other medical jobs also. So don't worry about the scopes. You will get the good salary. And i think in starting 10,000 to 20,000 is a good salary in the starting and after that you may get the good increment also.

You can also apply for the jobs in various universities also and you get the job as lab technician or even as lab manager. This is quite good job. Your work is just 9 to 5PM and if you get the good job in the good universities than i am sure they will give you quite good salary. And if you are expecting any government job than it may quite difficult to you to get the government job in this sector as there are very less government job in Photometry sector.

So if you are doing this course then you need to accept that in future you need to work in the Private sector not in the public sector. Don't worry private sector are paying you more than that of public sectors.




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