Debdatta Podder

I have completed bsc and msc both in biochemistry. please tell me should I do mtech in biotech or choose clinical research diploma course?

I want to move to job.i am not much interested in phd programme. so please tell me which will help me to get a job in life science field???? is it mtech or clinical research diploma???????

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RE: I have completed bsc and msc both in biochemistry. please tell me should I do mtech in biotech or choose clinical research diploma course?

Vivek Kumar
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Hello friend,

The mater degree in biochemistry is good one but with this qualification you can make entry in research projects. Since you do wish to pursue for PhD degree, therefore, to make an entry into teaching jobs in college, university and research institute if very difficult. You should look for research project positions such as Research Associate, Senior Research Fellow and Junior Research Fellow. These are not permanent positions and usually the tenure is for three years and extendable to another one year.



You may also look for Technical officer positions, these positions are advertised in ICAR, CSIR laboratories and by some departments of the university. The job is permanent and nature of job is technical and routine research based.



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If you are planning for MTech in Biotechnology, then it will be wastage of precious two years. Since you are already a post graduate in Biochemistry stream, therefore, the MTech Biotechnology will not help you. The diploma in clinical research or clinical biochemistry will be helpful to your career. You can open your own biochemical laboratory or you may join a clinical or pathological laboratory and get some hands on and practical experience.



In your question, you have not mentioned about your biochemistry discipline, is it plain biochemistry or clinical / medical biochemistry. You may also go for diploma in clinical microbiology. This will also help you in analyzing pathological (microbiological) samples. A combination of biochemistry and clinical microbiology will make you technically suitable to work in clinical samples analysis fields.



With best wishes,

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