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Mr Apporva is a Research Scholar on UGC –SAP Fellowship for Ph.D in Green Technology in Chemical Engineering Department at Institute of Chemical Technology, Mumbai. He holds M.Tech in Applied Nanotechnology and Adhesion .He is a subject Matter expert in Chemical Engineering. His work experience includes M.Tech-Project at Center for Materials for Electronics Technology, Project Co-ordinator at Green Vitals Biotech etc. He had successfully conducted several seminars related to his field. He also have few publication to his name “Future Generation High Performance Polymeric Nano composites for Aviation and Space” is one of them

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Actually in India both streams are well emerging. Talking about the education required for the [chemicals and the pharmaceuticals][1] is: 1. 10th level Diploma in [Chemical Engineering (DChE) or in Pharmacy (D.Pharm)][2]. After completing your diploma you can work in a chemical or pharmaceutical company as a Production/Process Assistant or Junior Engineer in Production/Process. You can also work in Quality Control Department as a QC Assistant. You can climb the ladder up to Senior engineer level in Production and QC-In-charge in Quality and Control Department with your experience only. 2.

Answered by: Apoorva Ranjekar, Subject Matter Expert in Chemical Engineering, on April 07, 2014
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As you can see in this image you will find the agglomeration of different field related to Materials Science. Material Science is basically deals with the materials. In the 21st Century world is changing so fast it needs more and more new materials and composites day by day. As you have not mentioned your background I will not be able to suggest best option for you but I will try to give a birds view on all the related field to material science. You can choose what best suits you according to your interest and background. Nanotechnology is a upcoming science which can be applied in material sc

Answered by: Apoorva Ranjekar, Subject Matter Expert in Chemical Engineering, on April 02, 2014
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The material science engineering consists of a study of materials which includes metals, plastics/polymers, ceramics, glass, and composites. Today the upcoming technology or the challenges in this fields are the processing, purification, alternative composites. Many traditional materials are nowadays replaced by the upcoming new better materials or replaced with composites. Composites are nothing but the combination of two or more materials. These materials are blended such that they exhibit better performance, properties than their parent materials. For example most of the metals are now repl

Answered by: Apoorva Ranjekar, Subject Matter Expert in Chemical Engineering, on April 02, 2014
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In India I feel that the best career pathway for a Material Science Engineer nowadays is research. I will suggest you to complete your M.Tech and Ph.D. degrees so that you can work in any research lab or in Research & Development (R&D) department of any good Industry. Now there are handsome fellowships in India as well as abroad to work as a research scientist after completing your M.Tech or Ph.D. degree. Next pathway is to join a manufacturing Industry as a Engineer. You can complete your MBA either sponsored or part-time so that you can develop your managerial and administrative skil

Answered by: Apoorva Ranjekar, Subject Matter Expert in Chemical Engineering, on April 01, 2014
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You will have to choose M.Tech+Ph.D. degree at least after your engineering degree to [become a researcher in Material Science][1]. You have to apply for M.Tech or M.Tech+Ph.D. dual degree. Please prepare yourself for a good GATE/NET score so that you will be eligible for a Fellowship (UGC/DBT/CSIR/DST/JRF-SRF) /Teaching Assistance-ship (mostly in IITs) during your research. You can apply for M.Tech or M.Tech+Ph.D. dual degree even without GATE/NET score. Many good ranked autonomous deemed universities have their own entrance exams for fellowship as well as for admission. You have to keep

Answered by: Apoorva Ranjekar, Subject Matter Expert in Chemical Engineering, on April 01, 2014