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M.Sc EVS – Master of Science in Environmental Science

BFIT run M.Sc EVS two year regular degree program affiliated to HNB Garhwal Central Government University. Environmental science is the branch of biology concerned with the relations between organisms and their environment. Environmental Science is an interdisciplinary academic field that integrates physical and biological sciences, (including but not limited to Ecology, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Soil Science, Geology, Atmospheric Science and Geography) to the study of the environment, and the solution of environmental problems. Environmental Science provides an integrated, quantitative, and interdisciplinary approach to the study of environmental systems. Environment has been the greatest source of life for the living beings on earth. Be it food, shelter, clothes, water, sunlight, air, or any other substance for supporting life, everything is provided to us by the environment. The rapid growth in urbanization and industrialization, however, has badly disturbed and destroyed the balance of our environment, as a result of which there has been unsustainable growth and development. Though temporarily, this growth may seem beneficial to us but in the long run, this will prove dangerous. Owing to this, there has now been greater realization and effort to protect and conserve the environment and its precious substances or components. There is a huge responsibility on the part of the environmentalist or environmental scientists to propose several environment friendly processes of development. Rising consciousness can be witnessed at all levels, international, national, state and local level to carry on the development process and yet without harming the environment in any way; but if at all that is possible or not, is a question the answer to which lies only with the environmentalist. In order to protect our environment, research institutes are in the constant process of developing eco-friendly methods or technologies. MNCs are adopting environment friendly methods in their works. Hence wide and varied areas of opportunities have been created in the field of environmental studies.
The process of cleaning air, noise abatement, water protection, pollution control, waste management etc., calls for new services and goods and services have helped in creating numerous jobs. A career in Environmental Science promises wonderful employment opportunities, for the environ-mental scientists, environmental engineers, environmental modelers, environmental biologists, environmental journalists and many more.

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Environmental Science is basically the study of conservation of energy, biodiversity, climatic change, ground water and soil contamination and also the many technologies developed for treating air pollution, water pollution, sound pollution, industrial pollution, vehicular pollution and plastic menace. Lately, Environmental Science has emerged as a sought after career since people all over the globe have become more aware about keeping the environment clean and protected.
The issue involving the protection and conservation of our environment spans to a great extent. There is the need for a specialized discipline like the Environmental Science, Ecological Sciences, Environmental Technology and many more. One way to address the environ-mental problems is by way of environmental education. Environmental education first saw its mention at Stockholm Conference on Environmental Education, held in the year 1977, in Tbilisi, Georgia Republic. Here, several guiding principles were laid down for the adoption of programs in environment education, in many countries that included India as well. From 1980 onwards, many environment related programs were started in the Indian Universities and at many places; separate departments were also established for the study of Environmental Science.
Environmental scientists work on subjects like the under-standing of earth processes, evaluating alternative energy systems, pollution control and mitigation, natural resource management, and the effects of global climate change. Environmental issues almost always include an interaction of physical, chemical, and biological processes. Environ-mental scientists bring a systematic approach to the analysis of environmental problems. Key attributes of an effective environmental scientist include the ability to relate space, and time relationships as well as quantitative analysis.
Environmental science is becoming an interesting career option because of the increase in consciousness about the environment. Environmental scientists are now playing the important role of the guardians of the environment.

* The candidate should be passed the Bachelors examination from any recognized University or its equivalent examination with any of the following subjects Environmental Sciences, Chemistry, Botany, Zoology, Microbiology, Geology, Geography, Life Sciences, Fisheries Science, B.E.(Civil Engineering), Environmental Engineering, Agriculture, Physics, Biotechnology.
* Candidates who have appeared or who are likely to appear for the qualifying examination i.e. B.Sc or equivalent but whose results have not been as yet declared can also go ahead for the admission.

M.Sc EVS : Job Prospects
There are many career options in the field of environmental science. The job opportunities in this particular area in the private and government organizations as well as industries are increasing due to the growing industrialization and realization to check the pollution levels. The global organizations engaged in pollution control and sustainable growth is offering attractive compensation to the fresh graduates.
Professionals in this career can also opt for teaching jobs in universities and colleges. Environmental scientists are engaged in research activities in private and public sector institutions. Many graduates are employed in media sector as environmental journalists.

Some job types: -
* Lecturer
* Research Fellow
* Research Assistant
* Wildlife Film-maker
* Environment Journalists
* Forest Carbon Specialist
* Conservation Hydrologist
* Senior Programme Officer
* Environment Photographer
* Director of Waste Management
* Senior Catastrophe Risk Modeler

M.Sc. EVS : Career Opportunities
Environmental Science as a career offers immense job opportunities. The word ‘Environmental Science’ incorporates within it several activities for the protection of the environment. This in turn creates immense job opportunities for the environmental scientists, Professors, environmental biologists, environmental modelers, environmental engineers and environmental journalists. A Master or Doctor degree holder in Environmental Science can get a good position/ job according to their knowledge and experience. There is the need for them in following departments/ organizations —
National Level Departments/ Organizations
* Industries, distilleries, fertilizer plants, mines, refineries, textile mills etc.
* Social Development
* Research and Development
* Forest and Wildlife Management
* NGOs
* Pollution Control Boards
* Urban Planning
* Water Resources and Agriculture
* Public Institutions and Private Industries and Firms
* Colleges and Universities
* Ministry of Environment and Forests

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