Hello,Thanks for Asking..!!Firstly, you can go for higher studies like -
Master's Degree or PhD, to make career in Lectureship or Research career.You have other career options also available like -
To get a good job, you can also prepare for competitive exams like -
I hope it will help you.
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Thanks for your query with career guide. All the three fields you mentioned are relatively more specialized areas of engineering, and the choice of the program especially depends on your career aspirations and interests. All the degrees related to biomedical, biotechnology and bioinformatics engineering has some biology courses taught included but if you are considering engineering degree it is always important to have your basic fundamentals in mathematics as well.
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Hello, there are many career options are available for Bio Technology Students.
You can apply for laboratory Assistant.
You can apply for Clinical Research Associate.
You can apply for Production Engineer.
You can also pursue your career as an Assistant Professor or a Junior Research Fellow. For this you have to apply for CSIR NET Exam.
You can try for Consultant work in private companies like TCS, Wipro etc.
To plan a perfect career in Bio Technology, you have to work from the starting.Like you have to study at the 10+2 level must primarily include PCM or PCB.Then continue y
If you are aiming to do MSc Maths then it is highly commendable.
With MSc Maths you stand a great chance of getting into the corporate world. However that will depend on your interest in joining companies.
With MSC Maths, you can enter into teaching field. Apart from that you can have a wonderful career in the below fields:
Chartered Financial Analysts
You also go into the IT industry. You can choose to do a cou
BioTechnology courses are now booming up in India however the economic, research and business environment in India is still not ripe for BioTechnology fully.
Doing MTech in BioTechnology is a good idea if you are sure that you like the domain and would like to continue in that for entire career life. You can go ahead with the MTech however I would also suggest that you should also search for a job outside India where there is much more scope in BioTechnology.
Your BioTechnology in India will be definitely relevant abroad.
BioTechnology career abroad can give you opportunities in
Biotechnologists use their understanding of living organisms and create new animal/plant-based products like improved pharmaceuticals or pest-resistant crops. By continuous research and by performing experiments they discover and develop new and advanced materials in laboratories that are useful in improving the lives of people. Biotechnologists can also be engaged as biochemists/biophysicists or medical scientists and employment in this field can be found across several industries.
A Biotechnologist is expected to put to use their scientific and technical knowledge of plants, animals, microor
What is the reason for no open job options? Ensure that you have the job skills apart from the domain skills.
Having a gap of three years is a negative aspect in your resume definitely. Hope you have a valid justification for this years gap since this will be asked in a job interview.
You cannot make up the wasted now since you cannot bring back the years lost. Therefore I would suggest that on priority you should search for a job and get into employment with minimum expectations and negotiations.
After Zoology, you are now thinking for BioTechnology or Human Resource MBA?
It definitely suggests that you chose your graduation degree without any thinking or under some wrong information and advices from some unrelated people. It is clear that you do not see any future in Zoology as a career.
Comparing Biotechnology and HR is like comparing oranges with apples, where both are good and nutritious. Why are you comparing such courses where they are not related to each other.
BioTech and Human Resource are both good options, but it is important in your case specifically that you
You can go for other medical related courses on the basis of Biology knowledge of 12th. Science and Research also has tremendous scope and you will have to study BSc and MSc and then PhD is recommended.
I would recommend the below courses based on Biology:
Medicine – Allopathy, Ayurveda, Homeopathy, Veterinary
Microbiology / Horticulture
Para-Medical – Nursing, Physiotherapy, Lab Technician
Agriculture / Fishery
Life Sciences (Genetics)
BioDiversity and BioTechnology are like Oranges and Apples. They cannot be compared as to which is good and which is not good.
I feel, choosing from these two options is difficult for me as a counsellor too. And therefore I would suggest, as I always suggest to aspirants, that please choose any one based on your interests, aptitude and inter personal abilities. One cannot be good at all courses and all jobs.
Always remember that every career is good however it is more important to know whether you are suitable for that particular career or no. Good career is an ambitio
Firstly, you need to improve your english language proficiency. Just having an engineering degree qualification is not essential today for getting a good job. What is your stream in engineering?
After BTech, if you have scored good percentages, it is recommended that you search for a job.
If you are interested in studying further, you may do MTech.
You may do some short term courses in computers, IT, etc.
With Microbiology as a specialisation, you can get jobs in pharmaceutical companies, winery companies, research labs, agriculture, etc.
You can give competitive exams like IAS, other UPSC exams which are announced for departments where they require Environmetal Science or BioTechnology candidates.
Biotechnology is a very promising and upcoming field for career.
This is a science stream career which combines biology and technology.
Jobs are available in pharmaceutical, microbiology, clinical research, research labs, agriculture.
The pay scales are quite good.
You can pursue Biotechnology courses in under graduate as well as post graduate level - BSc/MSc BioTechnology and BE BioTechnology.
Biotechnology is an upcoming career option requiring interest and aptitude in Biology, Chemistry.
With BioTechnology, you can get jobs in pharmaceutical companies, agri businesses, biology labs, etc.
After BTech Biotechnology, I would suggest you to first try finding a job. If not, you may go for MTech Biotechnolgy.