What are the job-oriented certification courses available after completing a master's degree in chemistry?

Updated on : January 17, 2022 by Reece Glass



What are the job-oriented certification courses available after completing a master's degree in chemistry?

Try gate 2018.

ONGC

CSIR

BARC

These are the few organizations that recruit chemistry students based on their score and knowledge. Make sure you get a range below 20. There is a wide scope of chemistry in oil and gas, such as mud services and surface sample testing.

In barc you must be very good with your concept, there is a great opportunity for you in nuclear chemistry research, since the atomic project of stage 3 is on its way.

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When I joined IIT Kanpur for my Integrated Masters in Physics in 2000, I had the exact same question and confusion in mind. It was not an information age like today and then I never got a proper answer. I wanted to study computer science like most JEE applicants, but in India you can't study what you want but what you get. I always thought to share some thoughts and the career path that I took so that my junior or my students in the future receive help.

Frankly, when I joined IIT, getting a job after graduation was just an idea in my mind. He had no intention of continuing his studies. But after a year of studying

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When I joined IIT Kanpur for my Integrated Masters in Physics in 2000, I had the exact same question and confusion in mind. It was not an information age like today and then I never got a proper answer. I wanted to study computer science like most JEE applicants, but in India you can't study what you want but what you get. I always thought to share some thoughts and the career path that I took so that my junior or my students in the future receive help.

Frankly, when I joined IIT, getting a job after graduation was just an idea in my mind. He had no intention of continuing his studies. But after a year of studying at IIT Kanpur, I realized that this place is very serious academically and that you can't pass the courses if you don't put in good effort and interests. So I started studying a lot and I started to like the physics subject. Due to confusion and disinterest in my first year of IIT, I dropped my GPA. I was only able to get it to 7.5 at the end of my graduation in 2005.

I opted to pursue a PhD in physics rather than opting for an IT job (2.5 CTC) that I got on campus. I did not get a scholarship to a big school in the USA due to a medium grade point average, but after coming to the USA, I switched university in one year to Northwestern University, a well-ranked school.

The opportunities in the US are huge as I found them very early and grabbed them with both hands. I switched my department to electrical engineering easily. I joined Intel as a process engineer after finishing my PhD in semiconductor devices in 2012. I worked hard for 5 years at Intel as an electrical engineer. But deep down I always wanted to do coding and software development as I said at the beginning. At Intel, you could switch to a developer job. After working for 4 years as a developer at Intel, I switched to Microsoft. My journey continues and I couldn't foresee a single step when I joined IIT in 2000.

My advice, please do not try to see the future, rather enjoy the opportunities you have. All of my batchmates are in great positions that they never saw beyond their rank or department during the IIT days. Once you're done with college, the floodgates of opportunity open up and come up unexpectedly. The right attitude and hard work is what will get you places. Thanks 😊

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