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M.Sc Microbiology or Master of Science in Microbiology is of 2 years, a postgraduate course which is divided into 4 semesters. It is affiliated with HNBGU which is a well-known university that affiliates with many other colleges. It combines the disciplines of chemistry and biology to examine organisms and their relations within the environment. It covers different elements of the programs consisting of biostatistics, immunology, virology, etc. Microbiology is a broad term encompassing many sub-disciplines or fields of study under it. These include –
Each scholar getting enrolled for the program needs to undergo several research works and laboratory periods as well. Applicants studying this program have many benefits like numerous opportunities, higher education, and a competitive salary.
Numerous opportunities – A postgraduate degree in Microbiology can open doorways of work opportunities for the candidates in numerous specific profiles such as Bacteriologist, Virologist, cell biologist, mycologist, etc.
Higher education – Candidates after completion of this course can opt for better education like Ph.D
Competitive income – This career is in high demand because of the diverse complex sicknesses and an excellent instance is the current pandemic Covid-19. A microbiologist in India earns around INR 310,000/- per annum.
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There is an extensive variety of M.Sc Microbiology jobs available in diverse industries. Some of the fields wherein microbiologists are required are pharmacy, water industry, chemical technology, nanotechnology, and so on. Some of the job profiles for M.Sc Microbiology candidates are
There is plenty of M.Sc Microbiology scope available. College students with this degree without any difficulty can get a good job in both the government and private sectors. But, if the candidate wishes to go for higher studies instead of doing a job then some of the alternatives are:
M.Phil in Microbiology: A 1-yr postgraduate course, M.Phil in Microbiology deals with studies projects in the topics of bacterial polysaccharides, attachment of pathogens, and biofilm formation.
Ph.D. in Microbiology: A 2-year doctorate degree, Ph.D. in Microbiology revolves across the advanced observation of microorganisms, like microscopic, unicellular, and cellular-cluster organisms, and so forth. College students pursuing this route need to submit a detailed thesis as well.
Pursuing an M.Phil or a Ph.D. in Microbiology are the first-class options to study further. Candidates studying these courses will not just convey extra research opportunities for himself/herself but may even provide them better task positions in the field with a high reputation.
Students will be admitted on the basis of AIBFEE (M.Sc. Microbiology).
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Admission in Post Graduate Course- M.Sc Microbiology is based on Percentage of the graduation marks / AIBFEE Exam / GD-PI.
The average salary of the candidate is INR 3LPA– INR 7LPA.
The top industries which recruit microbiologists are
Top recruiters of M.Sc Microbiology candidates are Mascot International, Siron Technology, Pvt. Ltd., Lakshmi Life Sciences Ltd, Panacea Biotec Limited, Serum Institute of India, etc.
The syllabus for M.Sc Microbiology includes Bioenergetics and Molecular Enzymology, Molecular Immunology, Bioinstrumentation, Microbial Physiology, Food and Dairy Microbiology, Microbial Diversities and Extremophiles, etc.