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What is the scope of microbiology in india?

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03 Feb '07 11:54 am
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Microbiology is a vast field and has lot of scope. Jobs exist in R&D as well as for managerial tasks.

After BSc. one can go for MSc.. MSc. too has good career prospects. Biotech is a booming sector and the growth oppurtunities are high. The Biotech sector includes - Biopharma, Biotech, Biotech services, Bioindustrial, Bioinformatics etc. After BSc., those who want to go for research, choose MSc. and then go for Phd. On the other hand, some go for MBA-Biotechnology. Career oppurtunities for both these courses are good.

After doing MSc. Microbiology or Biotech, one can join R&D dept. of any good Biotech company. US is the best destination for Biotechnology. It stands out in the field of research as well as the biotech market is much developed in the US. Similar, is the case with UK, Canada and a few EU countries. Coming to India and China, these countries are really trying hard. Australia is good study destination as well for BT studies in Asia-Pacific region. For various courses on Mi ...more
Answered by r d, 06 Apr '07 11:49 pm

 
  
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Not much! There is not much demand for microbiologists, how many ads have you seen in paper calling for microbiologists? Research is never a priority in India, may be it will sometime later. Right now Biotech would be a better option that microbiology. M.Sc in medical microbiology is a STRICT NO NO.
Answered by Sridhar Rao, 15 Apr '07 08:20 pm

 
  
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Lytic cycle(T4 phage)
Answered by dhiraj ingale, 07 Sep '11 04:50 pm

 
  
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At present microbiology has great scope.
Answered by vipin mehrotra, 03 Feb '07 04:43 pm

 
  
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