Genetics Scientists - Career Queries
Dear frined, thank you for your question. IN gact this a very practical question, I have seen that people are really concerned about the job as well as about the salary. Here you have not mentioned your academic qualifications. As per your question any one studying the biology from 10+2 standard can opt genetic engineering as creer. After passing 10+2 you have to study any one subjcts like, microbiology, biotechnology, bioinformatics, genetics in graduation. In post graduation you may choose genetic engineering as major subject, if any university or institute offer it. After masters degree you
Hello Thank you for choosing Mera career guide and writing to us. I appreciate your take to PhD level abroad. You are already qualified to the initial stages of doing a PhD abroad, as you hold a Bachelors and Masters degree as the minimum requirement. In principle, if you are considering for a PhD admission at the USA Universities you are required to follow up these steps:Get your scanned copies of certificates and transcripts right from 10th, 12th, Bachelors and MSc level preferably in a PDF format. If you could also get the copies attested by the respective institutions, it will be
Hi Pallavi,Interesting question and an interesting choice if at all you are interested in it.To pursue a career in Genetics engineering, you have two options.1. A B.Sc in Genetics or2. B.E In Genetic engineeringIn general for a B.Sc degree, you would have to clear 12th science (PCMB). Post that there are entrance exams and then a 3 years course.For an engineering degree, again post 12th Science, you would have to appear for an entrance exam, an All India based engineering entrance exam, and then pursue a 4 years course.Genetic engineering, as the name suggests, it is basically modifying an obj
Hey Swapnil.Looks like you are interested in Science, but listening to others, you have strated doubting yourself.Before I answer your query, do tell me which stream or subject is easy, whereby woithout a little bit of hardwork you have achieved success.The first thing you need to do is believe in yourself and your capabilities. Dont just listen to people. They may speak many things that are irrelevant and mostly you may find demotivating people around you.You need not pay attention to them.Just get more focused and determine what you wish to do ahead in life.Once you have planned and made a s
To take admission to M.Sc. (Genetics) from DU u must have passed B.Sc. (Hons.) in any branch of Life Sciences or B.Sc. (Genl.) with at least 60% marks in their main subject (for Hons. Stream) or in aggregate (from B.Sc. General). Selection is based on the basis of a written test and interview in July.
Since you are doing B.Sc Biotechnology, and the idea of doing M.Sc Genetics after graduation is not a bad idea, but at the time of looking a for a job, people will ask you why you have not opted M.Sc Biotechnology. You have not mentioned why you are planning to opt genetics in post graduation, does this subject fascinates you or do you think that genetics will have more job opportunities compared to biotechnology.???Since you are in first year of biotechnology, my sincere advice to you will be just concentrate on your studies and score good marks.
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Hello Thank you for choosing Mera career guide and writing to us. It is good to see you have filtered two options already in hand and are wondering what is best. Well, actually both the career choice are the best but it is necessary to understand and identify what is actually apt for you. Like we say, every subject we study leads to a career, but it is upto the individual to understand whether we treat it is as a job or we treat the route as a career. A career offers much intensive meaning than a job does. Like wise, it is important to understand what subject route will offer you a job an