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Cytogenetic technologist

Hi again! I would like to have a detailed career path ( if possible) on becoming a cytogenetic technologist . I would also like to know of it's scope in India and whether it is both a research oriented as well a job oriented field.. Waiting for your reply !

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RE: Cytogenetic technologist

Renu
Renu

Dear SheikhaFun,

You can go through this link for more information
Hope this help

RE: Cytogenetic technologist

Apurva Kumar Pandya, PhD
Apurva Kumar Pandya, PhD
Verified Career Expert
Consulting Psychologist
  • Delhi

Dear Sahil,

Thanks for writing to www.careerguide.com. I am sorry for interrupted conversation. Our call was disconnected. Hope our conversation was useful and insightful for you.

As discussed, science is a broad field. you need to know which specific field is your area of interest. Therefore, I recommend you to take IDEAL CAREER TEST from www.careerguide.com. This will help you know your aptitude, interest and personality traits for suitable career fields.

After 12th science, there are ample of courses available. Here you interest, relevant skills and career objectives are important aspects that can help you take informed career decision.

In general, science students opt for medicine or engineering field. Apart from these two, there is a huge scope in the area of flying field (commercial pilot), Indian Defense (National Defense Academy), traditional graduate courses (biology, microbiology, botany, geometry, genetic, chemistry, physics, biochemistry, maths, computer science, etc.), animal sciences and husbandry, healthcare management, agriculture and diary technology. Some technical and job-oriented course are medical laboratory techniques, nursing, hospital management, occupational therapy, physiotherapy, dentistry etc.)

The major advantage of 12th science students is that they can switch to other stream such as commerce, arts, and humanities.

Hope this information is useful. If you still have queries, feel free to talk with me either through call or writing back to this query.

Wish you a bright career,
Apurva Kumar Pandya, PhD

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