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M.Sc. Chemistry : Master of Science in Chemistry

Master of Science in Chemistry is a post graduate degree in Chemistry. The BFIT runs two year M.Sc. Chemistry regular degree program affiliated to HNB Garhwal Central Government University
There are numerous higher study options after completing this course. Candidates can also find numerous jobs both in public and private sector organizations. They can also find numerous jobs in many organizations abroad.
There are various higher study options for candidates who have completed their post graduation in Chemistry. They can join for various other post graduation and research courses related to the topic.

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* The candidate should be passed the Bachelors examination from any recognized University or its equivalent examination and secured minimum 50% marks (45% is case of SC/ST candidates) .
* Candidates who have appeared or who are likely to appear for the qualifying examination i.e. B.Sc.PCM or equivalent but whose results have not been as yet declared can also go ahead for the admission.

M.Sc. Chemistry : Career Scope
Post graduates in MSc. Chemistry can find various jobs in both public and private sector organizations. Various job profiles available for graduates in MSc. Chemistry are listed below
• Analytical Chemist
• Teacher
• Lab Chemist
• Production Chemist
• Research & Development Manager
• R & D Director
• Chemical Engineering Associate
• Biomedical Chemist
• Industrial Research Scientist
• Materials Technologist
• Quality Controller
• Production Officer
• Safety Health and Environment Specialist

Major employment areas recruiting graduates in MSc. Chemistry are given below
• Pharmaceutical Companies
• Agrochemical Industry
• Petrochemical Industry
• Toiletry Industry
• Plastic Manufacturing Units
• Chemical Manufacturers
• Food Processing Firms
• Paint Manufacturing Companies
• Plastics Industries
• Textile Industries
• Educational Institutes
• Independent laboratories
• Environmental Law
• Patent Law Firms
• Space Exploration Agencies
• Forensic Science Department
• Ceramics Industry
• Paper Industry
• Military Systems Department

Numerous public and private sector organizations recruit post graduates in M.Sc. in Chemistry. These organizations provide the graduates with high remunerations also. Graduates in this field can also find promising jobs in many of the organizations abroad also. Many chemical industries and plants abroad recruit graduates in M.Sc. in Chemistry.
Candidates who have completed their post graduation in Chemistry can pursue their career in both public and private sector organizations. Candidates can join organizations such as Advanced Centre for Treatment Research and Education in Cancer and Indian Institute of Chemical Technology as Junior Research Fellow or Project Assistant. Petroleum Industry is another major field that offers plenty of job opportunities for candidates who have competed post graduation in Chemistry. Apart from this, candidates can seek job opportunities in private firms such as Dabur, Glaxo Smith Kline etc as Junior Chemist with attractive pay packages. Experienced professional can apply for job opportunities available in various industries abroad.

M.Sc. Chemistry : Job Prospects
In Public sector
Candidates can seek employment in various job positions such as Biochemist, Industrial Research Scientist, Laboratory Assistant and Quality Controller etc in public sector companies. They can find ample career openings with government owned pharmaceutical companies or with other public sector undertaking chemical factories. Leading petroleum companies such as Indian Oil Corporation and Bharath Petroleum are the major employers in this sector. Entry level candidates can earn up to Rs. 15, 000/- to Rs. 20, 000/- per month. Candidates who have first class marks in post graduation can join as Junior Research Fellow in research institutes such as Institute of Life Sciences and Agharkar Research Institute with a salary of Rs. 12, 000/- per month. Candidates who qualify the NET exam are eligible to apply for the post of faculty in Government Colleges.
In Private sector
Candidates can start their career in Pharmaceutical Companies, Petrochemical Industry, Paint Manufacturing Companies in private sector. They can join as Analytical Chemist, Production Chemist, and Research & Development Manager in Pharmaceutical sector. Ranbaxy, Hindustan Lever and Cipla are the leading recruiters in this sector.
Candidates having industrial experience of a minimum of 2 to 3 years can apply for jobs abroad. Oil companies in gulf countries provide ample job opportunities for M.Sc Chemistry candidates having work experience.
There are many job opportunities available in the public sector for candidates who have finished their Master’s in Chemistry. Both the State as well as the Central Governments carries out exams for employing postgraduates with Chemistry. As a matter of fact, some of the public undertakings recruit candidates on a temporary basis by means of job recruitment agencies in each corporation. It is also possible for M.Sc Chemistry holders with experience to get jobs with the government sector by direct recruitment. In cases like this, they don’t have to appear for an entrance exam. As there are a lot of public sector undertakings nowadays, a wide variety of opportunities are arising for postgraduates of chemistry in the public sector.
* A candidate with a Master’s degree in Chemistry can get jobs with government chemical industries, pharmaceutical industries, factories etc.
* It is also possible for them to join petroleum companies such as the Bharath Petroleum, Indian Oil corporation etc.
* It is also feasible for candidates to get jobs as Lecturers or Assistant professors with top Universities or colleges if they have qualify in the NET exam.
Central Government Jobs
There are many research institutes in our country that require professionals in the field of chemistry. The ISRO, DRDO, Bhabha Atomic research Centre, Advanced Centre for Treatment, Research and Education in Cancer etc take in students from M.Sc Chemistry very frequently. On top of this, the UPSC, CSIR – UGC, SSC etc carry out entrance exams for the recruitment of qualified candidates into the various departments of the government. In addition to this candidates with M.Sc Chemistry can also appear in the Civil Service exams.
Teaching Profession in Government Sector
Candidates can seek employment with different universities that are accepted by the government of India. The University of Kerala, Jawaharlal Nehru University, Osmania University, Mahatma Gandhi University, Delhi University etc take in M.Sc chemistry graduates as lectures if they have cleared NET. Candidates who have a B.Ed degree can go for teaching career in schools. As one might know, an M.Ed degree alongside NET/SET is required for candidates to apply for teaching posts in Colleges or universities. After securing any of the government jobs, the candidates can later on appear for department tests. This way, they will get promoted into higher positions.

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