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Old 3rd October 2014, 11:29 AM
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Default Re: After B.Sc in Biochemistry M.Sc in Microbiology & M.Sc in Biochemistry which is b

First of all its totally depends on your interest to choose any one course from them.

Soon after the completion of B.Sc in Biochemistry, it is a better choice to go for M.Sc in Biochemistry.

Here are details after M.Sc in Biochemistry details:

M.Sc. Biochemistry or Master of Science in Biochemistry is a postgraduate Biochemistry Science course.

Eligibility
The candidate must have secured 40% marks in aggregate and studied Chemistry or Bio-chemistry securing 50% marks in this subject at the B.Sc. level and studied Biology at 10+2 or Pre-University.

Employment Areas available
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Pharmaceutical Industries
Diagnostic Centres
Biotechnology firms
Health care centres and Clinical Laboratories
Join in as scientific writers in life science companies
Medical transcriptionists
Clinical trial and drug designing
Scientists in national and international research labs
Entering into Ph.D. program

Job Types available

Consultant - Clinical Biochemistry
Guest Lecturer - Biochemistry
Assistant Professor - Biochemistry
Technician - Biochemistry
Reader - Physiology & Biochemistry
Medical Laboratory Technician
Business Specialist – Bioscience

Top colleges:
Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education & Research (PGI)
Jamia Millia Islamia
Calicut University/University of Calicut
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