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Pure or applied you can try for teaching job in any field . It is not like if you want to teach biotech then you can't do after it masters . Most of the colleges ask botany as one subject in graduation for master in botany . Feel free to ask further question . Take this example of Kerala university
Bio-Chemistry: BSc with Bio-Chemistry or Chemistry as optional Main subject and any two of the following as subsidiary subjects viz. (i) Mathematics (ii) Physics (iii) Botany and (iv) Zoology under Part III securing not less than 55% marks for that part / BSc Industrial Fish and Fisheries (Vocational) / BSc Biological Techniques and Specimen Preparation (Vocational) / BSc Biochemistry and Industrial Microbiology (restructured). Subject combinations with Bio-Chemistry or Chemistry (Vocational) are also eligible. 25% seats will be reserved for candidates with BSc Biochemistry.
Biotechnology: Bachelor’s Degree with 55% marks in Part III excluding language in Botany, Zoology, Life Sciences, Microbiology, Biochemistry, BSc Agriculture, BE / BTech in Chemical Environment, MBBS, BVSc, BSc MLT, BSc Biotechnology( Voc.), BSc Botany & Biotechnology ( restructured).
Bioinformatics: Graduate in any branch of Life Sciences (Botany, Zoology, Microbiology, Biotechnology, Bioinformatics, Biochemistry, Medicinal Chemistry or any other degree recognized as equivalent by the University of Kerala) with not less than 55% marks in qualifying examination.
Botany: BSc with Botany as optional Main subject under Part III with not less than 55% marks for that part / BSc Clinical Nutrition and Dietetics (Vocational) (If Botany is one of the main subjects)/BSc Industrial Microbiology (Vocational) (If Botany is one of the main subjects) / BSc Biotechnology (Vocational) (If Botany is one of the main subjects) / BSc Botany and Biotechnology (restructured). BSc Vocational course with the subject combinations Biotechnology, Chemistry, Zoology/Botany are also eligible.
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As you are interested in studying either zoology or botany and you have appeared in 12th board exam- my first suggestion will be to try for b.SC That you can get in any university. Most of the university provide B.SC course which is of three years. The reason i am suggesting you this is that after B.SC you can continue in application based field or continue with pure science. If you want to change your field that opportunity is also there with you . At M.SC level you can go for further specialisation in zoology or botany or opt for application based field like Bio-Chemistry ,Bioinformatics ,Environmental Science,Bio Technology,Industrial Fish and Fisheries,Genetics e.t.c . Actually B.Sc degree will help you in understanding of subject , make you decide what is the further specialisation you want to do and if you are interested in making change then that it is also possible. All the application based field that i have enlisted and there are many more can be done easily at PG level. Many of these are available at graduation level but you can always do them at PG level from best colleges of country . As far as admission procedure is concerned generally admission is done on marks basis but that differ from college to college. Some of the name of colleges are Delhi University's colleges such as Hans Raj, Sri Venkateswara, Gargi, Dyal Singh, Ramjas, Daulat Ram, Kirori Mal . Apart from DU colleges, St. Xavier`s College (Mumbai), Jiwaji University (Gwalior), Maharaja's College Kochi (Kerala), University of Mumbai . Actually it is available in most of the colleges So there is not much to worry...Feel free to ask further question .... ► Read more
Hi,
You have a number of career options other than teaching after graduating in Botany:-
1) Biological Technician
2)Environment consultant
3)Plant Explorer
4) Ecologist
5)Plant biochemist
6)Molecular biologist
7)Plant pathologist
8)Environmental consultant
9)Farming consultant
please go ahead and find the right career for you.

Best of luck
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You can try for courses related with wildlife science, wildlife mangement. environmental science e.t.c
The Wildlife Institute of India, Dehradun, India,Kuvempu university, Kerala university,Samhigginbottom institute of technology and sciences,National Centre for Biological Science on its G.K.V.K Campus, Hebbal.Bangalore,the School of Environmental Science, under Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam,The School Environmental Studies under Cochin University of Science and Technology,Bangalore University, Janabharathi Campus offers M.Sc. Environmental Science,Bharathiar University, Coimbatore, offers M.Sc. Environmental Sciences. You can also try for courses like m.SC - soil and water conservation in Tamilnadu university, BHU, Chandrasekhar azad university of agriculture and technology e.t.cYou can try for management program related with this field . You can apply for one-year postgrad diploma in natural resource management offered by the Forest Research Institute, Dehradun (www.icfre.org). Yet another alternative is the one-year full-time residential post in natural resource management (M.Phil equivalent) of the Indian Institute of Forest Management, Bhopal (www.iifm.org).

Pursuing a postgrad diploma in agri-business and plantation management at the Indian Institute of Plantation Management, Bangalore (www.iipmb. com); You can also do courses like waste water management, biodiversity conservation from Guru gobind singh university, Patna university,Karpagam university. You can also find colleges on your own. You can also give me one name among these course so that we can discuss in detail among any one of these course


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After M.SC in botany you can try for job as Ecologist Plant explorer Park ranger/Forester Nursery manager Conservationist Taxonomist
Horticulturist Plant biochemist Chemo taxonomist Plant physiologist
Molecular biologist Plant pathologist Environmental consultant .Botanist High school botany teacher Farming consultant Researcher
Teacher/professor. Various specializations available at master and doctoral level are Plant Taxonomy (classification of plants); Plant Pathology (study of plant diseases); Plant Morphology (study of plant structures and organs); Plant Physiology (study of the life processes of plants); Plant Genetics (study of heredity in plants); Plant Ecology (study of the relationship between plants and their environment); Ethnobotany (study of medicinal and food plants); Paleobotany and Palynology (study of plant fossils); Economic Botany and Weed Science (study of weeds). Going into dietics will be difficult as most of the colleges ask for B.Sc in home science , nutrition and dietics. Apart from M.SC botany you can try for other M.SC courses like
Bio-Chemistry ,Bioinformatics ,Environmental Science,Bio Technology, Genetics, clinical reserach ,forestry, horticulture, agriculture, sericulture, marine biology e.t.c. You can try for management program related with this field . You can apply for one-year postgrad diploma in natural resource management offered by the Forest Research Institute, Dehradun (www.icfre.org). Yet another alternative is the one-year full-time residential post in natural resource management (M.Phil equivalent) of the Indian Institute of Forest Management, Bhopal (www.iifm.org).

Pursuing a postgrad diploma in agri-business and plantation management at the Indian Institute of Plantation Management, Bangalore (www.iipmb. com); MBA biotechnology; writing the Indian Forest Service Exam, are other options. Feel free to ask further question

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