What is MSc (M.Sc)?

If seen, there are very few people in our country who try to get the highest degree of any course , because most of the people think that if they have done graduation, then they have studied a lot. Which to a large extent also fits according to the scale of the government job.

Because in most government jobs only graduate pass people are asked to apply, but if you get a post-graduation degree, then it can be of more use to you. If we talk about MSc (M.Sc), then it is a post-graduation degree program which is of total 2 years and in this, you can get admission after completing the course of Bachelor of Science i.e. B.Sc. can.

What is MSc (M.Sc)

Let us tell you that this course comes under the category of postgraduate degree program. After doing this course you become a postgraduate. To get admission in this course, you have to do a Bachelor of Science (B.Sc) course, which is a total of 3 years course. After completing this course of B.Sc, if you want to pursue further studies in the subject of science itself, then you have to take admission in the course of Master of Science.

After doing this course, you get practical information about many things related to the field of medicine. After completing this course you can apply to get a job in a hospital, nursing, lab, research industry, pharma industry.

What is the full form of MSc (M.Sc) ?

The abbreviation for MSc is “Master of Science” . MSc in Hindi language is called “Niculant in science” i.e. MSc pass out person has a lot of knowledge about the field of science.

What is the eligibility for MSc (M.Sc) course?

You can get admission in MSc course only after completing Bachelor of Science course. Thus, if you want to get admission in this course, then you have to pass this course of Bachelor of Science with at least 40 percent to 60 percent marks. Apart from this, you should try that you can get maximum percentage in B.Sc course.

How to do MSc (M.Sc) ?

Let us tell you that the course of MSc (M.Sc) is of total 2 years. During the period of these 2 years, candidates have to study for a total of 4 semesters and there are exams for all these 4 semesters . If the candidates clear all the 4 semester exams, then they get the degree of M.Sc. At present, below we are telling you the process of how to do MSc.

Pass 10th class.

We all know that there are board exams in class 10th. Thus, if you want to go to MSc course later, then you will have to prepare for it from class 10th itself. Therefore, you have to pass class 10th with good marks by focusing especially on the subject of science in class 10th .

Passed 12th with Science Stream.

After passing 10th class, you have to choose Physics, Chemistry, Biology or Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics under Science stream in class 11th and pass 12th class with good percentage.

Take admission in B.Sc (B.Sc).

After passing the 12th class, you have to take admission in the course of Bachelor of Science. Some universities give admission in this without entrance exam, while some universities organize entrance exam.

Take admission in the course of M.Sc.

After completing the course of B.Sc, you have to take admission in the course of MSc. Here you may have to give an entrance exam. So start preparing for the exam well in advance and after passing the exam get admission in this course and successfully complete the MSc course in 2 years.

What is the fee for MSc (M.Sc) course?

If you do the MSc course from a government college, then you will have to pay less fees and if you have got admission in this course in a private college, then you will have to pay more fees.

Here we cannot tell you about the specific fees of any institute, because the fees of every institute, college or university are different. In this way, when you take admission to the university, only then you will be able to get the correct and accurate information about the fees.

Which are the top colleges in India for MSc (M.Sc) course?

The course of Master of Science is a general course. That’s why this course is mostly offered by universities and colleges. In this way you can get admission to do this course in the university/college located at the local level. Below we have given you the names of top such colleges in India, which are considered to be the best colleges to do this course.

  • Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi |
  •  Sambalpur University, Sambalpur, Orissa |
  •  Ahmedabad University, Ahmedabad |
  • Hemwati Nandan Bahuguna Garhwal University, Garhwal |
  • Devi Ahilya University, Indore |
  • Sri Venkateswara University, Tirupati |
  • Mount Carmel College, Bangalore |
  •  University of Rajasthan, Jaipur |
  • Shivaji University,Kolhapur |
  • Savitribai First Pune University, Pune |
  •  Banaras Hindu University , Varanasi |

What are the benefits of MSc (M.Sc) course?

  • After getting the degree of Master of Science, where does the Master of Science go to you?
  • After completing this course, when you get a degree, then you can apply to work in a research institute.
  • After completing the course, you get a chance to make a career in the highest institute or company.
  • After completing MSc degree, you can also apply for jobs in institutes like DRDO or Bhabha Atomic Research Center.
  • After completing this course you become eligible to get various types of government and private jobs.

What are the subjects of MSc (M.Sc) ?

We have already told you that this is the 1st course under the field of science and in this you are taught mostly about science. Below we have given you a list of subjects taught under MSc. You have to study the same subject in the course of B.Sc.

  • zoology |
  • Botany |
  • Chemistry/Chemistry |
  • Physics/Physics |
  • Biochemistry |
  • Mathematics |
  • Computer Science |
  • Environmental Science |
  • Electronics |
  • Clinical Psychology |

What is the syllabus of MSc (M.Sc)?

Below we have given you information about the syllabus for different subjects of MSc.

MSc (M.Sc) Biology Syllabus

  • Genes and Genomics
  • Biophysics and Structural Biology
  • Microbiology
  • Recent Advances in Biology
  • Introduction to Pharmacology
  • Clinical Immunology
  • Metabolism and Metabolism
  • Biostatistics and Bioinformatics
  • Cell Biology
  • Computational Biology and Bioinformatics
  • Animal Physiology
  • Plant physiology
  • Molecules of living systems
  • Biochemistry
  • Methods in Applied Sciences

MSc (M.Sc) Mathematics Syllabus

  • Advanced Differential Equations
  • Complex Analysis
  • Measure and Integration Geometry of Numbers
  • Linear Algebra
  • Advanced Abstract Algebra
  • Differential Geometry
  • Numeral Analysis
  • Real Analysis

MSc (M.Sc) Chemistry Syllabus

  • Inorganic Chemistry
  • Chemical Dynamics and Electrochemistry
  • Physical Chemistry
  • Computational Chemistry
  • Chemistry
  • Organic Chemistry
  • Transition and Non-transition Metal
  • Analytical Chemistry
  • Biology
  • Advanced Chemical Kinetics and Electrochemistry
  • Chemistry of Materials
  • Modern Techniques and Scope of Chemical
  • Advanced Quantum Chemistry

MSc (M.Sc) Physics Syllabus

  • Classical Mechanics
  • Computer Applications in Physics
  • Classical Electrodynamics
  • Nuclear and Particle Physics
  • Advanced Optics
  • Atomic and Molecular Physics
  • Statistical Mechanics
  • Quantum Mechanics
  • Advanced Quantum Mechanics
  • Electronics
  • Astrophysics

What to do after my MSc (M.Sc)?

After completing the MSc course, you become a postgraduate and you get very good information about a specific subject. In this way, after completing the MSc course, you can try to get a job at a high post in a big company and institute. After doing this course, if you get a job somewhere, then you get a very good salary in a month in the beginning itself. If you want, after completing the course, you can also work in a research company.

What are the career options after MSc?

After completing an MSc degree, you can try to make a career in any of the below-mentioned career options.

  • field officer
  • lab technician
  • scientist
  • research assistant
  • lecturer
  • Wildlife and Fishing Department
  • Agriculture Research Organization
  • Bio Medical Chemist
  • laboratory technician
  • marine geologist
  • research and accountant
  • junior software engineer
  • quantitative developer
  • assistant professor
  • manager
  • clinical research specialist
  • Professor

What is the salary after MSc (M.Sc)?

After completing MSc degree, when you get a job in any post, then the salary can be decided accordingly, because different posts are available in different fields and the salary of all the posts is different. But still, if you guess, then in starting you can get a job on any post from ₹ 25,000 to ₹ 30,000 in a month. On the other hand, if your job is engaged in a multinational company, then starting salary can range from ₹ 40000 to ₹ 50000 in a month. Your salary will be higher if you get a big post.

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