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    How to apply for government job after B.Sc in Chemistry?

    iam bsc chemistry how to apply government job

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    mona.carrer is offline Junior Member
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    Re: How to apply for government job after B.Sc in Chemistry?

    1.U can apply for Civil service exam conducted by UPSC.
    2.U can apply for jobs conducted by SSC.
    3.U can apply for Railway jobs.
    4.U can apply for bank PO jobs.
    All these exams contain questions from GK,Aptitude,Reasoning,English.
    So u should follow diff books to qualify the written exam.

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    Re: How to apply for government job after B.Sc in Chemistry?

    BSC in chemistry is undoubtedly a Graduate degree he/she can apply for Govt.jobs.:-

    1.UPSC jobs

    **Civil Services.

    **IAS

    **IPS

    **IRS.

    **CDS
    IBPS Bank JOb.

    **CLERK JOB.

    **PO job.

    **IT Officer Job.

    SBI & ASSOCIATE BANK:-

    **SBI CLERK>

    **SBI PO.

    SBI.I T OFFICER

    SSC-CGL: for various Govt.Jobs.

    There are vast opportunities for you as far as GOVT.PVT job is concerned.

    Thank YOu,



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    Re: How to apply for government job after B.Sc in Chemistry?

    The Chemistry graduates can find career openings in Government Pharmaceutical companies as well as with chemical factories. The Chemistry graduates have high demand in petroleum sector. The Petroleum companies that recruits the chemistry graduates are Bharat Petroleum and Indian Oil Corporation. The graduates those who successfully qualify the NET exam are eligible to apply for the post of Asst professor in Government colleges.

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    Re: How to apply for government job after B.Sc in Chemistry?

    Hello
    you can apply in various job like civil services conducted by UPSC and you can apply in state level exam Railway jobs and bank sector jobs
    you should choose that which kind job are you interesting and what do you want to do in your future then you should follow that kind job

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    Re: How to apply for government job after B.Sc in Chemistry?

    B.sc chemistry you are study well and apply the employee office you are easily getting the government jobs in schools and colleges.

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    Re: How to apply for government job after B.Sc in Chemistry?

    Dear friend after your B.Sc of Science in Chemistry lots of jobs are waiting for you.
    After your Bsc you can join Research institute like Agharkar Research Institute , Institute of Life Science (ILS) , Central Drug Research Institute (CDRI) , and Indian Institute of chemical Technology (IICT) etc. Here you can getting a job as a Junior Research fellow or Project assistant.
    And If you are interested in Manufacturing sector than you can work in Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited (BPCL) , Oil and Natural Gas Corporation ltd. (ONGCL) etc. Here you can get a job as a post of Junior Research officer , Management Trainees or Chemist...
    In Agharkar Research Institute as Junior Research Fellow your salary package is of Rs.11000pm. And in ILS also recruit the postgraduates to the post of junior Research fellow having salary of Rs. 15,600/-per month. And in Central Drug Research Institute employs them as Research Assistant with a salary of Rs. 19500/- per month. And in IICT as a junior Research fellow post your salary package will be of Rs. 20,000/- per month. But such candidates need to have minimum of 2 years of Experience in the area of Organic chemistry..

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