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    What are the job opportunities available in goverment sector for MSc. Microbiologists and How to apply for these jobs???

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    Re: Job opportunities available in Government Sector for MSc Microbiologists? How to apply for these jobs?

    hi friend
    you wanna get job in government sector through the Msc.microbiologists ,you can apply in
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    various jobs in ILBS institute of liver & biliry science
    DAMODAR VALLEY CORPORATION LIMITED
    NABARD-NATIONAL BANK FOR AGRICULTURE AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT
    INDO-TIBETAN BORDER POLICE FORCE
    EMPLOYEES' STATE INSURANCE CORPORATION(ESIC)
    various jobs in GBTU(GOUTAM BUDDH TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY) here only 1 post are remaining for you

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    What are the job opportunities available in goverment sector for MSc. Microbiologists and How to apply for these jobs???



    Hi, It is an emerging sector in the Government service sector but there is ample scope of growth. With advancement in Biological and medical studies, Microbiology is also gaining momentum.

    You can look for Government sector jobs at some places like-

    1.Government universities. Most of the Government universities nowadays have Microbiology as a subject and so you can join as Professors or lecturers.

    2.The Institute of Liver and Biliary Sciences (ILBS), New Delhi offers jobs for Microbiologists.

    3.Various Government hospitals have openings for Microbiologists.



    Being a Post Graduate degree holders, let me suggest you some other jobs apart from the field of Microbiology.

    1.Civil service exams conducted by UPSC.

    2.Banking sector jobs like P.O & Clerk.

    3.SSC Graduate level exams for various posts.

    4.Education branch officers in the Armed forces of India.


    All the best, give it your best.

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    Re: Job opportunities available in Government Sector for MSc Microbiologists? How to apply for these jobs?

    Hi,
    currently no job availability for the Microbiologist in the government sector.But dont worry about this because the recruitment will available at any time.
    You may get job in the government colleges, government hospitals,or any research laboratories.
    So wait for some time and then proceed.
    untill work for some private concern to gain experience in the field which you want.
    All the best.................

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    Re: Job opportunities available in Government Sector for MSc Microbiologists? How to apply for these jobs?

    Yes there are different types of jobs available both in private and govt sectors....

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    Re: Job opportunities available in Government Sector for MSc Microbiologists? How to apply for these jobs?

    Hi, Dear friend

    After Msc. Microbiology Job

    Advt.No.A-1-39/2008-NIAH
    National Institute of Animals(NIAH) Health

    Laboratory Assistant
    Number of Posts: 03
    Pay Scale: Rs.5200-20200 + Grade Pay Rs.2400
    Qualifications:
    Essential:
    B.sc. in Biotechnology/Microbiology/Chemistry from a recognised University/Institution.

    2. Senior Microbiologist post also available in govt. Lab.

    3. Junior Research Fellow Post also available in govt. Lab.

    4. College, school also want Msc. Microbiology candidate.

    5. Technical Jobs in National Aids Research Institute, Pune As a post of Post: Technical Officer post available after Msc. Microbiology.


    You are apply there whenever there vacancy are available.


    Good Luck.

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    Re: Job opportunities available in Government Sector for MSc Microbiologists? How to apply for these jobs?

    dear friend
    you can apply in
    CKMNT-CENTER FOR KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT OF NANOSCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
    INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY (IIT) PUNJAB
    SSB-SASHASTRA SEEMA BAL
    various jobs in ILBS institute of liver & biliry science
    DAMODAR VALLEY CORPORATION LIMITED
    NABARD-NATIONAL BANK FOR AGRICULTURE AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT
    INDO-TIBETAN BORDER POLICE FORCE
    EMPLOYEES' STATE INSURANCE CORPORATION(ESIC)
    various jobs in GBTU(GOUTAM BUDDH TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY)

    Being a Post Graduate degree holders, let me suggest you some other jobs apart from the field of Microbiology.

    1.Civil service exams conducted by UPSC.

    2.Banking sector jobs like P.O & Clerk.

    3.SSC Graduate level exams for various posts.

    4.Education branch officers in the Armed forces of India.

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    Re: Job opportunities available in Government Sector for MSc Microbiologists? How to apply for these jobs?

    Education and Training:
    Doctoral degree
    Salary: Median—$54,840
    per year
    Employment Outlook:
    Good
    Definition and Nature of
    the Work
    Microbiologists are
    biological scientists who
    study organisms so small
    that, generally, they can
    only be seen with a
    microscope. These
    microorganisms include
    bacteria, algae, yeasts,
    fungi, protozoa, viruses,
    and other microscopic
    forms of life.
    Microbiologists isolate and
    make cultures of
    microorganisms, identify
    their characteristics, and
    observe their reactions to
    chemicals and other kinds
    of stimuli. They also study
    how microorganisms
    develop and reproduce as
    well as their distribution
    in nature.
    Many microbiologists
    work for universities,
    where they teach and do
    research. Others work at
    medical centers or in
    private industry. Some
    work for government
    agencies. Although their
    jobs have different aspects
    and responsibilities, most
    microbiologists do some
    research or laboratory
    work. They use special
    equipment to study
    microorganisms including
    light microscopes, electron
    microscopes, centrifuges,
    glass tubes, slides, and
    computers. They are often
    assisted by biological
    technicians.
    Microbiology is a broad
    field that includes the
    study of viruses as well as
    microscopic organisms
    found in all kingdoms of
    life: plants, animals,
    protists, fungi, and
    bacteria. Some
    microbiologists specialize
    in one type of
    microorganism. For
    example, bacteriologists
    concentrate on bacteria
    and virologists study
    viruses.
    Microbiologists work in
    several areas. Many do
    basic research to increase
    knowledge about the life
    processes common to
    microbes. Their work helps
    to answer basic questions
    such as those pertaining
    to the use of food and
    oxygen in cells. Other
    microbiologists are
    employed in medicine.
    Medical microbiologists
    study the relationship
    between microorganisms
    and disease. They isolate
    and identify disease-
    producing organisms and
    study their distribution.
    They also study the ways
    that the organisms enter
    the bodies of humans and
    animals, establish
    themselves, and cause
    disease. Immunologists,
    for example, study the
    body's defensive
    responses to
    microorganisms. Other
    medical microbiologists
    study the
    Microbiologists study
    microscopic forms of life
    such as bacteria, algae,
    yeast, fungi, protozoa, and
    viruses. ( CDC/PHIL/
    Corbis.)
    effects of antibiotics on
    bacteria. Some are
    concerned with the role of
    viruses in cancer. Others
    help to develop new ways
    to treat and prevent
    disease.
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    Microbiologists are also
    employed in the related
    field of public health. They
    work to combat problems
    such as outbreaks of
    epidemics, food poisoning,
    and the pollution of air
    and water. For example,
    public health
    microbiologists test blood
    samples sent in by
    physicians to see whether
    patients have a
    communicable disease.
    They also test drinking
    water, milk supplies, and
    other substances that can
    affect the health of the
    general public.
    Other fields in which
    microbiologists work
    include agriculture, marine
    microbiology, and
    industry. Agricultural
    microbiologists study the
    microorganisms found in
    soil and their effects on
    plant growth. Marine
    microbiologists seek ways
    to control the growth of
    harmful bacteria in oceans
    and rivers. Industrial
    microbiologists work in a
    variety of industries,
    including food processing,
    chemicals, and drugs. They
    may work to control the
    activities of
    microorganisms in such
    processes as the tanning
    of leather and the
    fermentation of wine.
    Education and Training
    Requirements
    You generally need a
    doctoral degree to
    become a microbiologist.
    You can major in
    microbiology or any of the
    other biological sciences
    as an undergraduate.
    Although those who have
    bachelor's degrees can
    find jobs in the field, they
    are technicians and their
    opportunities for
    advancement are limited.
    They are usually assigned
    such tasks as doing
    diagnostic or quality
    control testing in
    laboratories or in industry.
    Those who have earned
    master's degrees in
    microbiology or in related
    fields such as bacteriology
    are qualified for many jobs
    in industry, teaching, and
    applied research. You need
    a doctoral degree to
    obtain most teaching and
    research positions in
    universities or to get a job
    as an administrator. It
    generally takes four years
    to earn a bachelor's
    degree and another one or
    two years to earn a
    master's degree. You need
    to study an additional
    three or four years to
    receive a doctoral degree.
    Some microbiologists have
    earned the degree of
    doctor of medicine (M.D.)
    in addition to a doctoral
    degree (Ph.D.).
    A combination of
    academic courses and
    laboratory experience is
    required for a clinical
    laboratory license, which
    is a prerequisite for
    admission to the
    certification examinations
    for some state
    departments of health.
    Many employers
    encourage and assist
    microbiologists who want
    to further their education
    in this field. In order to
    keep up with new findings
    in their field,
    microbiologists must
    continue studying
    throughout their careers.
    Getting the Job
    Your college instructors or
    placement office may be
    able to help you find a job
    in the field of
    microbiology. Some
    companies send recruiters
    to college job fairs. You
    may find job openings in
    newspaper classifieds, job
    banks on the Internet, or
    professional journals. You
    can also apply directly to
    colleges and universities,
    medical centers, private
    firms, and government
    agencies that hire
    microbiologists. You may
    need to pass a civil service
    examination to get a
    government job.
    Advancement
    Possibilities and
    Employment Outlook
    There are many possible
    avenues of advancement
    for microbiologists,
    especially for those with a
    doctoral degree.
    Microbiologists can
    become directors of
    research in medical
    centers, private firms, or
    government agencies.
    Those who hold a
    teaching and research
    position in a university can
    advance to the rank of full
    professor. They can also
    make significant
    discoveries in their
    research and gain the
    recognition of other
    microbiologists. Many
    scientists consider this to
    be the highest form of
    advancement.
    The number of job
    opportunities for
    microbiologists will
    increase at a rate as fast as
    the average for all
    occupations through the
    year 2014. However, the
    federal government has
    recently increased its
    budget and increased the
    number of grants awarded
    to researchers. At the
    same time, the number of
    advanced degrees
    awarded has continued to
    increase. As a result, there
    will be considerable
    competition for research
    positions. Colleges and
    universities will add only a
    few positions each year.
    Nonetheless, increased
    public awareness in
    preserving the
    environment, providing
    sanitary food production
    and storage, and finding
    cures for such diseases as
    AIDS, cancer, and heart
    disease are likely to
    provide the stimulus for
    increased spending by
    private companies.
    Opportunities for those
    with bachelor's or master's
    degrees in microbiology
    are expected to be better
    than the opportunities for
    those with doctoral
    degrees. These workers
    can fill jobs in science-
    related sales and
    marketing, and can take
    on technician roles. Some
    can become high school
    teachers.
    Working Conditions
    Working conditions for
    microbiologists vary. Most
    spend at least part of their
    time in clean, well-lighted
    laboratories. Some
    microbiologists have to
    collect samples of soil,
    seawater, and other
    substances that contain
    microorganisms. Some
    microbiologists spend part
    of their time in classrooms
    and offices. The workweek
    for many microbiologists
    in medical centers and
    private industry is
    generally forty hours.
    Those who work in
    universities and other
    research centers may have
    more flexible hours, but
    their workweeks generally
    total more than forty
    hours. Some overtime or
    shift work may be
    necessary when a project
    must be completed or
    when an experiment must
    be monitored around the
    clock. Microbiologists
    usually spend some time
    reading and studying to
    keep up with the newest
    findings of other scientists.
    Microbiologists must take
    precautions to prevent
    specimens from being
    contaminated and to keep
    harmful microorganisms
    from reproducing
    uncontrollably. They
    should have skill in
    scientific experimentation
    and mathematics and be
    willing to do the precise,
    detailed work required in
    microbiology.
    Microbiologists should be
    able to work either
    independently or as part
    of a team. They must be
    able to keep careful
    records and to
    communicate their ideas
    and findings to others.
    Where to Go for More
    Information
    American Institute of
    Biological Sciences
    1444 I St. NW, Ste. 200
    Washington, DC 20005
    (202) 628-1500
    http://www.aibs.org
    American Society for
    Microbiology
    1752 N St. NW
    Washington, DC 20036
    (202) 737-3600
    http://www.asm.org
    Earnings and Benefits
    The earnings of
    microbiologists vary
    widely depending on their
    education and experience,
    the location, and the kind
    of job. The median annual
    salary of microbiologists
    was $54,840 in 2004. In
    2005 those working for
    the federal government
    earned an average of
    $80,798 per year. Benefits
    generally include paid
    holidays and vacations,
    health insurance, and
    pension plans.

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    Re: Job opportunities available in Government Sector for MSc Microbiologists? How to apply for these jobs?

    hi dear
    if you have following ability then you easily get the job in any sector:-

    • Utmost dedication.
    • Scientific and analytical temper.
    • Observant attitude, diligence, ability to work in team of professionals.
    • Good statistical, mathematical and computational skills.
    • Methodical and having ability to work neatly and accurately.
    • A passion for laboratory and field work.
    • Ability to work independently.
    • Problem solving, huge data handling skills, data analyzing and interpreting skills.

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    hi
    yes there are lot of govt jobs available after master degree...u can also work as a lecturer by qualifying UGC NET exam....for details u can check out at www.ugc.ac.in.

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    Re: Job opportunities available in Government Sector for MSc Microbiologists? How to apply for these jobs?

    Government sector jobs at some places like-

    1.Government universities. Most of the Government universities nowadays have Microbiology as a subject and so you can join as Professors or lecturers.

    2.The Institute of Liver and Biliary Sciences (ILBS), New Delhi offers jobs for Microbiologists.

    3.Various Government hospitals have openings for Microbiologists.

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    dear friends,
    You can look for Government sector jobs at some places like-
    1.Government universities. Most of the Government universities nowadays have Microbiology as a subject and so you can join as Professors or lecturers.
    2.The Institute of Liver and Biliary Sciences (ILBS), New Delhi offers jobs for Microbiologists.
    3.Various Government hospitals have openings for Microbiologists.
    Being a Post Graduate degree holders, let me suggest you some other jobs apart from the field of Microbiology.
    Best of luck.

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    Re: Job opportunities available in Government Sector for MSc Microbiologists? How to apply for these jobs?

    Hi Friend,
    currently no job availability for the Microbiologist in the government sector.But dont worry about this because the recruitment will available at any time.
    You may get job in the government colleges, government hospitals,or any research laboratories.
    So wait for some time and then proceed.
    untill work for some private concern to gain experience in the field which you want.

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