Hai my dear friend.See many of the biotech freshers asking
this same question. Actually the scenario is totally
different. master's in biotechnology is totally related to
research field. if you have a clear mind set to do ph.d for
4-5 years in abroad(not in India) means that course will
perfectly matches to you. if you have a mind set to work in
any biotech company means you have minimum opportunity only
to get an offer as a fresher. you can apply to the BCIL
program and get trained for six months, after that you have
some chance to work in the biotech company. last but not
least, see the recruiters give more preference for
chemistry or B.Tech students.
see my friend ,i myself m doing msc biotech now
and people who say that u dnt get jobs in india after msc
biotech is totaly untrue
r&d is the best option no doubt, bt u get jobs in
colleges ,research labs,pharma companies etc
and also in drug control as well as in microbiology nd
biotech departments in companies.bt u hv t search ...bt u ll
i hv seen my seniors get it.
i have completed bsc in microbilogy and msc in
biotechnology,in 2009 but i never did job beceause some
personal reason ,now i want persue my career in my feild
...currently i m leaving in usa is their any diploma
courses realted to my feild?pls suggest me...
I've completed my BSc Biotechnology this year only with an
aggregate of 76%.......Now I am in great confusion whether I
go in this line only or opt for MBA......
Because I want to do a job......
Is that doing MSc biotech from U.K will help me more in
finding job.....What kind of job I'll get after doing MSc