Akshita Verma

M doing bsc biotech(1st yr) from banasthali university n next I want to do msc genetics now plz tell me is it good choice or I should go for

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RE: M doing bsc biotech(1st yr) from banasthali university n next I want to do msc genetics now plz tell me is it good choice or I should go for

Vivek Kumar
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Hello friend,



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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The scope of biotechnology is much more compared to genetics. The job opportunities for biotechnology are both in governmental sector (colleges, schools, universities, research institutes and governmental laboratories) and in private organization also. There are several multinational and pharmaceutical companies which induct biotechnologist. The scope of genetics subject on the other hand are comparatively less in private organization.



In my opinion you should go for M.Sc biotechnology and you may take genetically aspects of your research. This will suffice your desire to study genetics. Since you are in first year of biotechnology, therefore, by the time you finish your graduation, you will definitely change your mind. People rarely go for hybrid degree (graduation and post graduation in different subjects).



The scope of biotechnology are in various fields such as, agriculture, dairy industry, food industry, beverage industry, environment conservation, health care, genetic engineering, molecular biology and many more.



With all my best wishes

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