There is no particular syllabus on BHU Website however the exam is Graduation level. You can also prefer the previous year papers to know the level of the questions.
see in india master in medical lab technology program is not available in any reputed institution.
however if you want to pursue master you may go for abroad. as you have already completed your bachelor degree you are surely eligible.
Aspirants having B.Sc degree in Botany can find lot of career opportunities in public sector. They can join Botanical Survey of India (BSI), National Institute of Oceanography (NIO), Indian Agricultural Research Institute (IARI), Indian Council of Forestry Research and Education (ICFRE) etc. as Project Assistant, Technical Assistant, Field Assistant or Scientific Assistant. Relatively there are less opportunities available for them in private sector when compared to public sector. It is possible for them to work in private firms like Nursery Farms, Environmental Consultancies etc. as Environmental Consultant, Nursery Manger or Greenhouse Manager.
Opportunities available in private sector
B.Sc degree holders in Botany can pursue their career as Environmental Consultants in various Environmental Consultancies like ABC Environ Solutions Private Limited. Remuneration package of Environmental Consultants will be in the range of Rs. 1, 00, 000/- to Rs. 7, 00, 000/- per annum. They can also join private nursery farms as Nursery Manager or Greenhouse Manager and earn up to Rs. 4, 00, 000/- per annum. They can render their service as Farming Consultant by joining any private consultancies or starting their own consultancies. Farming Consultants can earn up to Rs. 5, 00, 000/- per annum. Other jobs available for these B.Sc graduates in private sector are
Remuneration generally offered for these kinds of jobs available in private sector will be in the range of Rs. 1, 00, 000/- to Rs. 4, 00, 000/- per annum.
Opportunities available in public sector
B.Sc graduates in Botany can join Botanical Survey of India (BSI) as Botanical Assistant and earn a salary package between Rs. 9, 300/- and Rs. 34, 800/- per month. They can also join this institution as Preservation Assistant with salary package ranging from Rs. 5200/- to Rs. 20, 200/- per month. It is also possible for them to join Agharkar Research Institute as Junior Scientific Assistant. Monthly emoluments generally offered for this Scientific Assistant post is between Rs. 4, 500/- to Rs. 7, 000/-.
Another job opportunity available for them is to become Project Assistant in National Institute of Oceanography (NIO). After getting into this post in NIO, one can earn up to Rs. 8, 000/- per month. Indian Agricultural Research Institute (IARI) offers the job of Lab Assistant to these graduates with a starting salary package of around Rs. 10, 000/- per month. They can get into the post of Forest Range Officer in Forest Department by qualifying the relevant exam held by State Public Service Commission. Salary package for this post will be in the range of Rs. 15,000/- to Rs. 40, 000/- per month.
These graduates can also work as Field Assistant in Indian Council of Forestry Research and Education (ICFRE) and earn up to Rs. 12, 000/- per month. Kerala Agricultural University recruits them for the post of Project Assistant with monthly emoluments of Rs. 8, 000/-. They can pursue their career as Technical Assistant in Kerala Forest Research Institute and earn up to Rs. 6, 000/- per month.
Admission process varies from college to college. Kindly specify you are seeking admission in which college?
Yes, with a degree in b.sc botany (hons) you are completely eligible for the duet entrance exam to pursue m.sc. in botany.
The syllabus is as follows :-
plant physiology,genetics,statistics,ecology,plant kingdom,biotechnology,plant reproduction,ethnobotany.
For more details and informations you can check out the official sites too.
To the best of my knowledge, in majority of the streams of B.Sc courses for life science candidates, definitely, there will be a combination of Botany and Zoology. So, you will have to go through both the subjects in Graduation with B.Sc.
As per the best choice between Botany and Zoology, you can choose the one as per your interest. Botany is purely related to Plants. All your study is related to various kinds of plants which belong to various families.
Zoology deals with the study of animals. You have to study various metabolic systems and metabolic processes of animals like
So, I suggest you to make the choice as per your interest.
Admission is offered on the basis of an interview held typically a month prior to the starting of the semester for which admission is looked for. The interview can be supplemented by an entrance exam, if necessary.
Following are a few entrance tests that are conducted by some of the PhD in Biological sciences colleges in India:
JNU PhD Entrance
NCBS Joint Graduate Entrance Examination for Biology and Interdisciplinary Life Sciences (JGEEBILS)
NIPER PhD Entrance Exam
TIFR Graduate School Admission Entrance Test
DBT JRF Biotech Entrance Test
CSIR-UGC NET exam
See there are very less universities which allow you to join for MSC Agriculture is you are a non agricultural student ie from BSC BOTANY. Assam Agricultural University Jorhat of lately has started incorporating non Agriculture background students in MSc courses specially in Agricultural Biotechnology department. For that you need to appear for an entrance test followed by an interview. Once you get enrolled you have to go through some basic courses in pure Agriculture called Bridge courses alongwith your normal courses in order to be at par with the Agriculture background students since they have spent four years in graduation instead of three as in case of yours.
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