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India companies occupied the topmost position globally in terms of growth in R&D investments. In terms of their absolute annual R&D investments, 14 Indian companies made it to the list of top 1,500 entities worldwide, as per a study by the European Commission.

Hi, After doing Post-Graduation you are eligible to appear in various entrance exams. If you are interested in research and teaching field you can start preparing for UGC NET & CSIR NET Exam. These both exams are for the selection process of Lecturers and Research Fellows in various prestigious Colleges, Universities and Research Institutes in India. Thanks

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Someone who's interested and concerned with Earth's natural resources may want to look into a career as a geologist. Geologists study the Earth to gain an understanding of how it was formed and the structural changes currently happening. Bachelor degrees in the discipline are common, but master's and doctorate degrees are also available. Though some private companies only require a bachelor's degree, more specialized positions usually require a master's or doctorate degree.  Bachelor's Degree Program in Geology Students preparing for a career as a geologist may enroll in a bachelor's degr

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Hi, If you are interested in making your career in Government field then you can appear in the CSIR NET Exam. It is Exam which is conducted for the selection of Lecturers and Research Fellows in many prestigious Institutes of India. You can appear in the December Exam, get complete details here CSIR NET Online. For more details go through CSIR NET Exam. Thanks

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Hello Thank you for choosing Career guide and writing to us. A post graduate degree qualification always offers a better standing for graduates in search of a job. And moreover with a degree in science subject like the Biology, you are definitely standing up with great job scope. [A masters degree in Biology can give you career both in India and abroad][1]. If you are a fresher with no work experience, then you have less job scope for finding jobs abroad. Jobs for MSc Biology in India: 1. [Research labs][2]:As a Biologist you can work at research labs either government approved or even pri

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The two best places in India offering a Bachelor’s degree in math are the Indian Statistical Institute (ISI), Bangalore and the Chennai Mathematical Institute (CMI), Chennai. Indian Statistical Institute offers a Bachelor of Maths degree, and admissions are held after a tough screening test in various centers of India held in late May each year followed by a personal interview at Bangalore. CMI offers a BSc degree in Math and Computer Science, admissions to which is through a written test held in various centers of India in late May each year. Both ISI and CMI also admit students who hav

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HiTo show the interest in a certain subject or stream reflects the basic knowledge about that and having inherent potential based on the suitability. This is the framework of any path-maker who knows the destination and eventually strike the goal with the systematic and continuous preparation. Based on your stated interest in biology I must give you the benefit of the doubt and explain you the realistic approach to achieve the success as a biologist and researcher which can pay you more than your expectation. You try to figure out your interest (whether it is fundamental or superfici

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Hello, Surpreet!! RRB NTPC is an exam for all NonTechnical Posts in Railways across India. The syllabus for RRB NTPC includes four subjects, which are: General Awareness Arithmetic General Intelligence & Reasoning English You can get the detailed information about the syllabus from the link shared above.  

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Hello, Suruchi!!After your B.Sc you can have various career options.I will suggest you to go for M.Sc after your graduation. After completing you M.Sc you can appear in CSIR NET exam.This will be the best option for you as after clearing this exam you can work as a Lecturer in various govt as well as private colleges and universities. If you qualify this exam with good marks then you can also work as Junior Research Fellow to work in the field of research. You will get a fellowship of 25,000 per month from govt during your research.So as you can see there are lots of benefits if you are going

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Hi Sawaria good afternoon, since the call got disconnected couldn't explain you more.You can join as PA ( Project Assistant)  and could get salary upto 12000 -14000. Please write GATE exam. That score is also necessary to apply for PhD abroad. There are other exams like dbt jrf to join as JRF , BET BITL-BCIL training exam available, after clearing this exam you can get jobs in industries. Please register yourself with sites like  Biotechnica, Helpbiotech from where constantly you will receive notification of job vacancy ( mainly in labs). I hope this is helpful. Anything more you wis

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Hi Rathour good afternoon, You can take Psychometric Career Assessment ( skill based career test) available in careerguide website. From the result, where you can analyse your interest and skill. All the best. Thank you.

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Hi Kumar good morning,  I want to know the reason why you wish to drop your B.Tech and which field , year you are in so we could be more focussed while discussing on opportunities.  Thank you.

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Hi Dobariya good evening, your choice is unique. I like it. Since you are doing your undergraduate in chemistry, I would prefer for Astrochemistry, You are eligible to apply for MSc in Astrochemistry.Doing one or two internship related to it will be helpful to obtain full-time career position. Below I have sent you a link of certain colleges in India where the course is available. M. P. Birla Institute of Fundamental Resesrch too.   You can continuously go through the details updated in this site -Astrochemistry Society of India. https://www.prl.res.in/~acsi/

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Hi Deka good evening, I can understand you are bit confused about your career.Can you please be specific in questioning, so that we can explore more in particular field. Thank you.

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Hi Arihant good evening, would you like to know how to proceed?! Can you please post your query!? So that it will easy for me to revert you in specific.   Thank you.

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