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Thanks for your query with career guide. All the three fields you mentioned are relatively more specialized areas of engineering, and the choice of the program especially depends on your career aspirations and interests. All the degrees related to biomedical, biotechnology and bioinformatics engineering has some biology courses taught included but if you are considering engineering degree it is always important to have your basic fundamentals in mathematics as well.
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First of all thanks for your enquiry in careerguide.com. Chemical engineering is a discipline with immense opportunity in all the countries. Its always good to do a masters degree for your career advances and to specialize in a particular area. Even in India you have very good institutions which offers graduate programs in chemical engineering like Indian institute of technology, Institute of chemical technology. Depending on the area you want to specialize you may even consider for masters abroad. Please understand that normally in abroad you have two type of mas
Thanks for your inquiry with CareerGuide.com. Yes, You can also do a Biotechnology engineering program if you have physics, Chemistry and Maths during your +1 and +2 even if you dont have biology or biotechnology as your elective. There are good colleges and universities in India that you can go to pursue your biotech engineering degree like Indian institute of Technology (IITs) in Chennai, Mumbai, Kharagpur, Guwahati, National instistute of technologies in Calicut, Warangal, Trichy , Suratkal etc.. etc..,You will have to appear for IIT JEEE entrance exam and
Petroleum/Oil and Gas Industry is one of the important industry for a chemical engineer to start his career with especially in a country like Canada. There are lot of job prospects in this field.
As a person who has completed an undergraduate [degree in chemical engineering] you have the option to choose masters in Petroleum Engineering Or Chemical Engineering. The choice entirely depends on your [personal preferences and career ambitions]. If you are really choosy to start a career in Oil and Gas only, It would be worth to take a MEng in petroleum engineering. Doing a MEng in chemic
Choice of a career field should be entirely dependent your interests and aptitude. In actual scenario whether you work in industry or research, success solely depends on your interest and outlook towards the particular area you work in. Eventhough marks and CGPA etc.. plays some important role in some initial screening test, they are not the sole criteria to evaluate your potential. So I would suggest you to do a self analysis so as to find what area you want to work...Whether you like with mechanical engineering stuffs or work in a IT sector doing software
Thanks for your inquiry with MeraCAreerGuide.com. After your BSc(Hons) degree in Biotechnology, there are variety of streams you can consider to specialize for your masters depending on your career ambitions. It is good to appear for national entrance exams which Indian Institute of Sciences, National Centre for Biological Sciences, IISERS, Indian institute of technology conduct. Apart from that there are also various state level universities like Jawaharlal nehru university, Anna universities, university of Mumbai, VIT university, SRM university etc.. that conduc
Dear Aspirant,First of all a great appreciation to your confidence in telling that you know the in and out of IT as a Techie guy. Its quite normal some people tend to have wavering mind after working in the field for several years. What I believe is you have to rethink your career preferences... Its a good option to undertake a psychometric test to find out your real passion and interest and find out which area will suit you. As an software engineer, you also can work in police, army etc.. they need your expertise as well in some of the tasks they do... Dont worry about the one year gap... It