Why to go for M.Sc


The M.Sc or Master of Science course is a postgraduate level program that is offered by the majority of Indian universities. The job opportunities available for students who have finished their education in this course are plenty. The minimum qualification needed by one to join this course is a graduate level degree in the pertinent field. Students will also be needed to appear for an admission test that is held by the institution concerned so as to get admission.

Many specializations are available in the Master’s of Science course for a student to choose from. These specializations provide students with the knowledge in the chosen field of study. A few of them comprise of:

M.Sc Specializations

  • Applied Chemistry
  • Atmospheric Science
  • Biochemistry
  • Biotechnology
  • Biotechnology
  • Electronic Science
  • Electronics
  • Environmental Studies
  • Forensic Science
  • Genetic Engineering
  • Hydro Chemistry
  • Industrial Fisheries
  • Marine Geology
  • Marine Geophysics
  • Mathematics
  • Meteorology
  • Oceanography
  • Physics
  • Statistics

What is the value of this course?

People generally think that M.Sc has less scope when compared to the MBA and MCA courses. But this is a misconception. The value of M.Sc has increased with the past few years and it is increasing with every passing day. The lessons themselves in addition to the practical form a major part of this course. Only those who have an aptitude to study this program will be able to finish this course successfully.

One might not think M.Sc as competitive. But when one ventures deeply into this course, they will find that that the current competitive world requires and will insist on an in depth knowledge on whichever field they have qualified in. This, in fact, it is a testimony of the fact that it does not matter which field a person has chosen to continue his education, but what the individual has learned in that particular course. The M.Sc course provides students with plenty of knowledge and it will certainly be helpful for students in their career.

One other thing that is quite helpful for all students includes the upgrading of courses and syllabus every few years. This is done as per as the requirements of the market. Thus, it is possible for one to say that the notion that the Master’s in Science course is outdated is completely wrong.

Career opportunities

Because of the number of specializations available in this field, it is possible for one to get jobs in a variety of sectors. Educational institutions, Research institutions, Corporate Firms and Industries today take in students of M.Sc. The jobs these people will get will be quite lucrative too.

Those who aspire to pursue their advanced studies can go for PhD.



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4 Responses to “Why to go for M.Sc”

  1. 4

    can i get the solved papers of M.Sc. biotech , biochem n microbio

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    Renu Rajan:

    Iam pursuing my 2nd yr Bsc IT,I wish to do my masters after completing my bachelors degree.
    Iam confused whether i should go for the 3yr MCA or 2yrs Msc IT.Can u suggest wht would be the better option. And is there any Msc IT colleges in kerala..??

  3. 2

    hi all to all, a chandra, doing my B.sc final year, i took biotecnology as optional with chemistry and botany, are we eligible for M.sc agriculture, please in this way

  4. 1

    I appeared for ‘ Intelligence Bureau Junior Intelligence Officer Grade II (wireless telegraphy) Examination 2009′ on 19 july 2009. I want to know whether the result of the exam is already out or not, if no then how may i get to know, when it will be declared.