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I am agree with the advise of Harsha & your decision of taking Biotech, Chemistry And Zoology as your subjects for B.Sc after your excellent research!!!!

Looking the matter I wanted to add the following lines…..

Biotech Job Careers in India

Biotechnology is an integration of several science subjects. This discipline deals with producing substances and compounds that are essential for the well being of human and other living organisms. This interdisciplinary science encompasses not just biology, but also other subjects like chemistry, physics, mathematics and engineering. This is a mostly a research oriented field.

The areas of biotech include healthcare, medicine, animal husbandry, environment & agriculture.

Entry and Eligibility for Admission into biotechnology courses is generally at the postgraduate level. Some of the undergraduate courses have been designed to help students who wish to make an early entry into the field of biotechnology. Science students having a background with chemistry, physics, biology and agriculture as subject-combinations can perform well in this field. A science background in the plus-two level is necessary for admission in the B Sc and B Tech Degree courses in biotechnology.
The job opportunities for postgraduates in biotechnology are increasing in India. Students can explore job options in Drug and pharmaceutical research ,Public funded laboratories, Chemicals ,Environment control ,Waste management ,Energy ,Food processing &Bio-processing industries. The Government of India also provides large-scale employment to most biotechnologists in its research laboratories.


!!!!Yeah there r many job opportunities in india even after B.Sc in biotechnology.

Don’t think in negative …...

Excel your talent in your chosen subjects!!!!
Decide early!!!
Go for hunting!!!

Very Best of Luck for your further studies!!!
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Hi Manik,

Admission to B.Sc. program in BHU is made through an All India Admission Test (UET) conducted by the University sometime around the month of May every year at Varanasi and other centres such as Delhi, Kolkata, Chennai and Hyderabad. The advertisement is made in the month of Jan - Feb in almost all newspapers.

To talk about the Admission test, it comprises of 1 Paper carrying 450 marks of 150 minutes duration, containing 150 multiple choice questions based on +2 examination or equivalent. The Paper shall comprise of 3 sections Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics, each containing 50 questions.

Do well in your exam and all the best.
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Sowmya you will be suited more to research job as these jobs don't require much interaction , . I am currently telling you career option which are suited to introvert . But it might be possible that because of repetitive work or not much scope in work is resulting in boredom ( If these are the reason then you can explore other alternatives for people who like interacting . See to it )
Try for M.SC course in subjects you have done B.SC or masters in biotechnology, bioinformatics, biochemistry , clinical research , microbiology, molecular biology e.t.c . Actually it will be good if you tell me which science subjects or area seems interesting to you. I will suggest you courses according to that . There are also career option suited to people having introvert personality but it all depend on your interest and capabilities for example- Writer ,Animal Keeper ,Accounting , drawing/painting/designing , pharmacists , doing some technical work with machines and tools( engineering) or computers( M.SC in It or MCA , M.SC in computer science ). Anyway you are b.Sc , master studies will be helpful in career growth and increasing job opportunities. Take up masters course as per your interest. It is good that you know your personality and it will become better if you select career according to that. Feel free to ask further question....
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