M. Sc. (Microbiology)

M. Sc. Microbiology is a 2-year post Graduation degree in the present era of biological research, this subject is making a significant contribution towards scientific knowledge and solving human problems. Microbiology considers the microscopic sorts of life on their occurrence in nature, their reproduction, and physiology, their harmful and beneficial relationship with other living things and their significance in science and industry.

This method wont to study bacteria and other microbes include direct microscopic examination, cultivation, Biochemical tests, animal inoculation, serological reactivity, and up to date molecular biological techniques

M. Sc. Microbiology Eligibility

Eligibility criteria for the M. Sc. Microbiology are given below:

  • Graduation with Physics, Chemistry, Zoology (PCZ) with 50% marks.

M. Sc. Microbiology Fees

M. Sc. Microbiology fee structure is given below of session 2020-21:-

SN Particulars Sem-I Sem-II Sem-III Sem-IV
1 Admission & Uniform Fees INR 19,500/- - - -
2 Tuition Fees INR 22,500/- INR 22,500/- INR 22,500/- INR 22,500/-
Payable Amount INR 42,000/- INR 22,500/- INR 22,500/- INR 22,500/-

M. Sc. Microbiology Career Prospects

After completing the M. Sc. Microbiology you are eligible to apply in some of the following streams are given below:

  • Microbiologist:- Microbiologists work on research teams with other scientists and technicians. Microbiologists study microorganisms like bacteria, viruses, algae, fungi, and a few sorts of parasites. They try to know how these organisms live, grow, and interact with their environments.
  • Clinical Reviewer:- Medical reviewers perform audits on all medical records contained in health care facilities. Also referred to as medical auditors, they review data to make sure the accuracy of the record also assesses the standard of patient care.
  • Lab Technician:- Lab technicians are skilled workers that employment with complex systems or perform highly technical mechanical or diagnostic tests in medical or scientific laboratories. Lab technicians might collect samples, study and perform tests on body fluids, teeth, chemical compounds, biological specimens, or other fields of science.
  • Clinical Data Associate:- Clinical data analysts are responsible for developing and managing databases used by healthcare professionals. These individuals make sure that information for clinical trials from databases is collected, compiled and analyzed accurately.
  • Research Development Analyst:- Business Development Analysts are charged with monitoring, analyzing and improving their companys business. They accomplish this by conducting research, interpreting data and making recommendations supporting their findings.
  • Quality control Executive:- Being a high quality Control Executive develops procedures for testing of ultimate product and makes decisions regarding the issuance of recall notices. Requires a bachelors degree. Additionally, a high quality Control Executive typically reports to top management.
  • Clinical Research Executive:- Top Clinical Research Executive plans and directs all aspects of the clinical research function for a healthcare organization. Develops research studies and creates standards and guidelines for clinical research services and programs. Additionally, the top Clinical Research Executive typically reports to top management.
  • Microbiological auditor:- The optimal way to maintain good standards of quality across the microbiological function is through conducting audits. Audits can apply to the laboratory or to associated activities like the activity of sampling. Auditing is a part of Quality Management (which, in turn, is a component of Good Manufacturing Practice).

M. Sc. Microbiology Scope

M. Sc. Microbiology is a masters degree in microbiology. Microbiology has good scope in India and oversees. They will work in different hospitals and clinical laboratories as microbiologists. You can find opportunities in R&D departments in various pharmaceutical companies.

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