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should i go for Pg-dmlt or not?
Dear friend, thank you for your question. From your question, I can infer that you wish to do post graduate diploma in medical laboratory technology after BSc chemistry. Here you have not mentioned what others subjects you have studied along with chemistry in graduation. Here I would like to suggest you that diploma in medical laboratory technology will not give you that much benefit what you are thinking. Compared to diploma in MLT the degree in MLT is much better and has more scope. Diploma in MLT after BSc chemistry will not benefit you in shaping your career. Since you have passed graduation in Chemistry, now my suggestion would be that you should go for post graduation in chemistry. The MSc in chemistry will open many opportunities for you in academic as well as in private company. There are many private industry including, fertilizer manufacturing and petrochemicals, all these industry has great job avenues for a chemist. As a master degree student you may also join any research project as senior research fellow (SRF) or Junior research fellow (JRF). Practically speaking the job opportunities in chemistry are endless.If you wish to peruse higher studies, then you will have great opportunities both in government sector (colleges, universities and institutes) and private companies / multinational companies. After obtaining a doctoral degree you can join a college or university as lecturer or assistant professor. Here you will be involved in teaching and research. As a chemist there are many companies which gives job opportunities;Fine and heavy chemical manufacturingMining and metallurgyPetroleumPharmaceutical / drugsPlastic companiesPulp and paper industryIn these companies the chemist will work as Industrial hygieneManagementManufacturing process controlQuality controlResearch and developmentTechnical sales and serviceOther fields where chemists are also employedEducationForensic science and investigationMineral analysisPublic health Research and development and support for resources industriesTechnical and analytical information developmentWaste/ Environment managementCentral / State Pollution Control BoardWater and air quality managementAgrochemistryAnalytical chemistryBiochemistryAstro-chemistryFood chemistryGeochemistryOceanography Material sciencePerfume chemistryScience writerThe chemistry is integral part of biology, therefore, a person holding a higher degree have higher opportunities in jobs both in India as well as abroad. Now you have decide yourself what you wish to do. My final bottom line suggestion will be that you go for higher studies. After post graduation you will come to know the job opportunities. With all my best wishes,Good Luck...
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