Rajat Shukla

I really like studying chemistry... what all chemistry related career options are available?


madhu

biotech (food process) or biotech, b.sc chemistry are the options.......


Shalini Sharma

For JEE Advanced 2018 aspirants its essential to solve JEE Advanced 2017 Paper to prepare well for the exam. By solving it they get an idea related to the question types which will be asked in the exam. And "Practice" is a success mantra of JEE Advanced Exam and the best method of practicing is solving previous years question papers.


Ritika Bhardwaj

If you are interested in chemistry, then go for B. Sc. chemistry, studying chemistry opens doors to a range of sectors and opportunities.
Job opportunities after graduation such as Analytical chemist, Chemical engineer, Healthcare scientist, clinical biochemistry, Forensic scientist, Nanotechnologist, Pharmacologist, Research scientist (physical sciences), Toxicologist, etc.
Many chemistry graduates undertake further study at Masters or PhD level to increase their knowledge of one of the branches studied at undergraduate level, such as organic, inorganic, physical or analytical chemistry. You may also specialise in areas of applied chemistry, such as cheminformatics or biochemistry, or develop knowledge in an area where chemistry graduates may be in demand.
List of some universities which are doing good: Delhi Technological University, Delhi, Lovely Professional University, Jalandhar, Cochin University of Science and Technology, Kochi, Assam Don Bosco University, Guwahati


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