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    Which subject is better for future aspects among Biotech, Zoology and Chemistry

    Respected Sir\madam
    I have recently completed my B.Sc in Biotechnology from Bangalore University.
    In Biotech i had optional subjects mainly Zoology, Chemistry and Biotechnology.
    I want to do M.Sc but i'm totally confused which subject is best from all these three, which is helpful to get job in good salary job in India both in Public and private sector ,Please advice me U can save my future by providing better advice. God will help if U help a Poor people.

    Thank you

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    Saritakumari is offline Junior Member
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    Re: Which subject is better for future aspects among Biotech, Zoology and Chemistry


    Boitechnology being a professional course has an edge over chemistry and zoology which are pure sciences. There are a number of vacancies in govt. as well as pvt. sectors for PG in Biotech students. If you will do M.sc. from a national level institute or university e.g. JNU,BHU, Anna University, and other central universities, then there are a very good chances of you directly getting a good job through campus interview only. Many good companies visit these universities for hiring biotech students having PG degree. Zoology and chemistry are also good options but you will have to go for PhD to get a good job.

    Best of luck.

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