What are the job prospects after biotechnology?

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    Pratik Gupta Fear is a opportunity to Become Great.Take it | Contributor-Level 7

    5 years ago
    Hi,* Job Prospects :Biotechnology is a rewarding and promising career option.- After completing the course, graduates can seek employment in chemical industries, agricultural sectors, pharmaceutical and manufacturing industries.- Professionals in this career can also opt for teaching jobs in universities and colleges.- Bio-technologists can seek employment in research laboratories, which are run by government or private sector.- Professionals can seek job opportunities in private sectors such as food processing and agro-based industries, pharmaceutical farms and aquaculture.- Environmental experts are also employed in different government age... view more
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    Dharamveer Dheer Educator at University | Scholar-Level 18

    a year ago
    This field, the careers in it and the functional areas are just integral in getting a meaningful biotechnology product to market. These areas include:Research and developmentSoftware engineeringQuality assurance/regulatory affairsProject managementClinical researchGovernment (policy making)ManufacturingBusiness managementFood, animal, and environmental ScienceSales and technical supportBiotechnology as a field and its knowledge has applications in many industries, so the specialist professionals can choose to work for a variety of organizations be it government agencies or private companies, regulatory bodies, or clinical laboratories. Biotec... view more
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    Renuka Rana Community Manager | Guide-Level 12

    6 years ago
    As there is increasing popularity and explosive growth, there is plenty of opportunities available in Biotechnology field. You can be a Research Scientist, Teacher, Marketing manager, Science Writer, Bioinformists, Quality Control Officer or Production in-charge in the Food, Chemical and Pharmaceutical industry. Analyst (Venture-Capitalist)Environmental / Safety Specialist .Biotechnology companies require Corporate Executives with business/management Degrees. A graduate in Biotechnology can get job in government sectors such as Universities and Colleges, Research institutes or at Private Centers as Research scientists/assistants.
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    Priya Mahajan Educationist and Career Consultant since 2010 | Scholar-Level 16

    a year ago
    HiJob prospects after biotechnology:Best Career Options In BiotechnologyPursue post-graduation in biotechnology. Work under a scientist. Apply for a job in the private sector. Work as a Laboratory Technician/Assistant. Become an entrepreneur. Apply for the job of Sales in a Biopharma company. Apply in the government sector. All this would be possible only if you pursue your studies from an enterprising institution. There are many universities which would offer scholarship. But you need a college which would cater to your all round development. The name that comes to me first is LPU which carefully nurtures its students and propels them to the... view more
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    Khushal Arora | Scholar-Level 16

    a year ago
    Hello,Biotechnology is one of the most progressive and beneficial scientific advances of the last quarter century. An interdisciplinary field that includes mathematics, physics, chemistry, engineering and others, it combines various- technologies to either create a new product or modify an existing one to suit our needs. A bio-technologist may find jobs in various quarters. Biotechnology jobs in India can be found in the following fields:Drug and pharmaceutical researchPublic funded laboratoriesChemicalsEnvironment controlWaste managementEnergyFood processingBio-processing industries. There are many universities which would offer scholarship.... view more
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    Vibha Gupta | Scholar-Level 17

    a year ago
    The department has developed extensive research facilities and infrastructure to sustain the teaching and research activities. The innovative educational programme lays an emphasis on developing an analytical approach, built upon a robust knowledge intensive foundation. The graduates of the Department of Biotechnology and biosciences are essentially taught with a strong multidisciplinary approach, being trained in both applied biological sciences and applications through a rigorous curriculum, augmented by hands-on experience during internships. They are thus well trained to handle various assignments required by the industry and are well-equ... view more
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    Ashish Sharma Education Consultant, Political Analyst, traveler. | Scholar-Level 17

    a year ago
    Hi Tahera, Biotechnology employers range in size and type from small start-ups to global pharmaceutical leadersThere are some extraordinary developments happening in the field, including industrial disease treatment, gene therapy, personalized medicine and even hazardous waste control. But whats most exciting about the industry, is that no matter what you are doing in it, you can truly have an impact on the world around you. In-Demand Biotechnology CareersBiomedical EngineerBiochemistMedical ScientistBiological/Clinical TechnicianMicrobiologistProcess Development ScientistBio-manufacturing SpecialistsBusiness Development ManagerDirector of Pr... view more
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    iam ssuhana | Guide-Level 14

    3 years ago
    Many private businessesare exploring this field and heavily investing in it. It is safe to say that there are ample job opportunities for Biotechnology graduates in private sector. Government sector too offers job opportunities, but not in the scale in which private sector does. Some prominent industries where Biotechnology professionals may find jobs are- Pharmaceuticals Industry, Healthcare sector, Chemical Industry and Research sector. Research sector in particular is quite lucrative. One may build a rewarding career in this field. You can do higher studies as well. You can do biotechnology related courses from:University of Hyderabad-Scho... view more
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    Jyotika Kalita

    6 years ago
    professor, research, jobs in pharmaceuticals.
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    Mercilena BENJAMIN

    4 years ago
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    Biotechnology projects are going on in many government research institutes and hospitals. Along with pharma companies and agricultural sectors, there are educational institutes providing research careers. You can work in government and private laboratories.

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