A master in chemistry is a post graduate degree in chemistry. The minimum time required to complete the course is 2 years. Talking about the scope there are various higher studies option for student who have a post graduation in chemistry. One can even enroll for research programs after completing masters in chemistry.
There exists enormous opening for candidates who have completed their master’s degree in chemistry. A M.Sc. course allows the students to get specialized in diverse areas of chemistry such as organic chemistry, inorganic chemistry and physical chemistry etc. The candidates can seek job in both government and private sector organization also those who are interested to work outside India can opt for that as well.
Application of chemistry is needed in almost all industrial fields. One can be chemist which is one of the most common jobs in this field. The job requires one to identify the chemical composition of a substance, its chemical properties and its behavior when exposed to chemical reaction Dabur, Ranbaxy, Hindustan lever etc.
|1||Admission fee||INR 5,000/-||-||-||-|
|2||Tuition Fee||INR 22,500/-||INR 22,500/-||INR 22,500/-||INR 22,500/-|
Candidates seeking admission in M. Sc. (Chemistry) in Alpine Dehradun must register online.
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|1||Admission Open Date||10th May 2018|
|2||Admission Last Date||31st July 2018|
Public health microbiologists try and control the spread of diseases by monitoring water and food supplies. Agricultural microbiology is focused on the health of crops, increasing yield and soil fertility. Microbial ecologists study the habitats of microorganisms to determine their contribution to the chemical cycles in soil and water; they also study the effects of pollution on the same, and develop methods to use microorganisms to combat pollution. Food and dairy microbiology prevents microbial spoilage of consumables, fights food borne transmission of diseases, and also makes food like cheese, yoghurt and wine.
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