Biologists - Career Queries

A Biologist is a scientist who studies living organisms, mostly in the context of their environment. Biologists who are involved in fundamental research mostly attempt to explore and further explain the internal and external mechanisms that govern the functioning of organisms. There are different types of biologist some researches on unicellular organisms where as some researches on multicellular organisms. They investigate on large scale organisms like tissues, organs, cells and large void bodies etc. A biologist or a biological scientist plays a vital role in fields of medicine, agriculture and industries. Find frequently asked questions on career related to Biologists answered by renowned Career Counsellors of India, and to know more on what, why and how's of becoming Biologists

Hi, Yours are the good career aspirations. After completing B.Sc. Biology, you have got many career opportunities in private as well as in government sector. Biology as an academic discipline and as a career field is a very dynamic field and anyone with Biology Academic Degree has a great future ahead.   For any Confusion Regarding Career Paths – Take here: Psychometric Career Tests including Ideal Career Test   Dear aspirant, apart from directly searching for Government Jobs for which I will be invariably discussing below in the same text, you can go for further advanced studi

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

Dear aspirant Thank you for approaching counsellors at CareerGuide.com. Good to see students of this age are also thinking of teaching jobs. As i keep saying a professor is a highly responsible job and also a reputable one in the society, only those who have sincerity and passion towards teaching are suitable for this post. To become a professor of Biology there are certain eligible conditions. 1. Pass 10th with a over all first class and also have studied science that includes Biology in it. 2. Pass 12th class with a over all first class and also have studied Biology in it. The

Dear FriendYou are at pre-mature stage and showing your first love based on the available examples in your surrounding which is very natural of course it boosts you to explore a subject with excitement and enthusiasm to make it happen. It was the one side of coin, another side of coin is your [self motivation, interest, and inherent potential to imbibe the subject][1] which could be sustained at the implacability level that needs to be [confirmed before opting a subject as a career][2]. As you have stated your interest in biology at the same time you have confessed the physics and chemistry

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

Hello friend, You have completed your 12, so now you should get admission in BSc in any one of the following subject: Botany, [Zoology][1], [Microbiology][2], [Biotechnology][3], Biochemistry, Nano Biotechnology, Bio medical science, [Environmental Science][4], Marine Science, Dairy Microbiology, Molecular biology, Genetics, [Food Technology][5] and there are many more subjects. After BSc you have to choose any one subject of biology to pursue your post graduation (MSc) program. The first three semester are for course work, the fourth semester is for research project. This is very crucial