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What are the careers possible after B Sc in Chemistry?

Girish Gadodia
created: 22nd Mar 2017 Last Modified: 27th Mar 2017
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Pushpendra Malav
created: 9th Aug 2018 Last Modified: 9th Aug 2018

Apart from the career scope that are shown in another answer, there are various different options after graduation in chemistry. The candidates after post graduation apply for the Ph.D., research and developments and teaching in your subjects at university level. The UGC NET and CSIR NET Exam are conducted for the selection of assistant professor in the universities, for the research and developments and to pursue the Ph.D. The minimum eligibility to apply for the NET exam is post graduation. The science stream candidates can apply for the CSIR NET while other stream candidates can apply for UGC NET examination. The various career scope after qualifying UGC NET or CSIR NET for Chemistry you may choose one of the following: Become assistant professor at the university Get scholarship or stipends become an entrepreneur work as lab-technician or assistant apply in PSUs Become an author Etc. Get the complete details at the official notification if you are interested. all the best!!

YoungBuzz Career Counsellor
created: 22nd Mar 2017 Last Modified: 27th Mar 2017

After higher studies in Chemistry, depending on your specialisation in M Sc or in Ph D, you can pursue a host of careers. You could be a biotechnologist, biochemist, boiler chemist, analytical chemist, industrial chemist, pollution control chemist, polymer chemist, production chemist, quality control chemist, food technologist, genetic engineer, oceanographer, perfume chemist, soil chemist, plastic technologist, oil technologist, paint technologist, intermediate and dye technologist, pharmaceutical technologist, petrochemical technologist, fire engineer, ceramic engineer, industrial safety specialist, biochemical engineer, textile technologist, rubber technologist, sugar technologist, pulp and paper technologist, environment scientist, wood scientist, molecular biologist and nuclear scientist. Take your pick.