There are a lot of job opportunities after doing MSc in Chemistry in the government sector, most of them are high-level posts like scientist, research, etc. Today we will discuss Top Government jobs after MSc Chemistry.
For PGT Chemistry, the state government’s Public Service Commission and at the national level, Navodaya Vidyalaya, Kendriya Vidyalaya releases the vacancy. In all these vacancies, you should also have a B.ed with M.Sc Chemistry. If you are interested in the teaching field then you can do B.ed which is 2 years course.
So if you are fascinated by teaching then become a teacher in school/college. Talking about the job salary, it is more than 40,000. After doing B. Ed, you can apply to institutes like KVS, NVS, DSSSB, and State PCS.
PSUs Jobs after MSc Chemistry
By working in PSUs, you also get the benefits of government schemes and get the benefits of private sector jobs. That’s why most of the youth want to do jobs in Public Sector Undertaking.
Baba Atomic Research Center has a job for the post of Scientific Assistant, for which MSc Chemistry candidates can apply. To apply for this, you must have at least 60% marks in M.Sc. If we talk about salary, initially it can be from 55 thousand per month. In Barc, you can apply through GATE score and it also has its own exam. After which you have an interview round through which you get the selection.
ONGC is a Public Sector Undertaking. To get a job in this, you have to pass MSc Chemistry with at least 60% marks. Along with this, the GATE exam should also be passed. Here you can find jobs for Junior Chemistry Scientist-C posts where the salary can be up to 70,000 per month.
Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited is releasing jobs for the posts of Chemist and Junior Scientist. As it is a PSU so to get a job in it you have to clear the GATE exam with 60% marks in M.Sc Chemistry. Students are shortlisted on the basis of the GATE exam and postings are given after the final interview. If we talk about salary, then it is 60,000 per month.
UPSC Geologist Exam
This exam is organized by Union Public Service Commission / UPSC. About 10 to 20 Group-A vacancies come out in this. Its exam is in three parts: Prelims, Mains, and Interview. The main two subjects in prelims are chemistry and general science, mains is a written exam in which only chemistry subject is included, and the interview is a personality testing round where the mindset of students is noticed.
After doing BSC and MSc, you can also apply for jobs in Indian Forest Service. In this, you can get a job in the post of Forest Officer. The salary can be up to 55,000 per month.
The IFS exam is conducted for the recruitment of forest officers at the national level, which is organized by UPSC. IFS is one of the popular civil service exams in India just like IAS and IPS. IAS, IPS, and IFS come under All India Service exams.
If we talk about eligibility, then you have done Bachelor’s degree in Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Science, Botany, mathematics, life sciences, Chemistry, Zoology, Agriculture and Forestry or Engineering, then you can apply to IFS. Talking about the age limit, the minimum age can be up to 21 years, and the maximum is up to 32 years. For reserved category is given additional relaxation in age criteria. If we talk about no. of attempts allowed, then there are 6 times for the general category and there is no restriction on age for SC / ST candidates.
Its exam pattern is also similar to IAS and IPS which is in 3 parts: Prelims, Mains, and Interview which you can give in Hindi and English language.
Talking about salary, there is a different salary for different posts. The salary of the Principal Chief Conservator of Forests is ₹ 2,25,000 per month, the Inspector General of Forests is ₹ 1,75,000 per month, and the Assistant Conservator of Forests is ₹ 56,000.
Ph.D. after MSc Chemistry
If you want to pursue higher education, then after passing MSc Chemistry, first of all, fill out the UGC NET exam form. In this you try your best to get a JRF certificate. By JRF you will be able to start your PhD in India’s top research institute; In which you will also be provided Junior Fellowship by the Government; Which is currently 31,000 per month.
If your CSIR NET exam could not pass in the first attempt; So after doing MSc Chemistry, you can start any private job in the chemical industry, pharmaceutical industry, lab, etc. During your job, you can prepare for the UGC NET exam again. This will have the advantage that you will also have a secure job and you can also prepare for NET.
CSIR NET – JRF
The only difference between NET and JRF is if you get fewer marks then you get a NET certificate and if you get more marks then you get a JRF certificate. JRF i.e. Junior Research Fellowship is a type of scholarship which is given by the Central Government to the students doing PhD in the Central Universities of India.
Initially, Junior Research Fellowship is given for the first 2 years, which is currently ₹ 31000 per month. After completing successfully 2 of the PhD, for 3 years JRF is converted to Senior Research Fellowship/SRF which is ₹ 35,000 per month. Along with that you also get a 20% HRA. After passing CSR NET, you can do Ph.D. and also apply for the post of lecturership and assistant professor in colleges and universities. Recruitment is done by the government from time to time. If you want to do a government job, then it is necessary to have a CSIR-NET certificate for some government jobs.
Books for UGC-NET preparation
|Trueman’s UGC NET book||NET /JRF Paper 1 Teaching and Research Aptitude|
|NTA NET JRF Paper 1 teaching book||Oxford NTA UGC paper 1|
To become an assistant professor in any university or college, you must have cleared the CSIR NET exam or completed your Ph.D. If we talk about salary, then it can be more than 55 thousand per month.
Talking about eligibility for GATE, earlier it was B.Sc but now you can apply for it even in the final year of B.Sc. There are some Public Undertaking Public Sector Undertaking (PSU) exams, like BARC which conduct their own exam for recruitment or accept GATE Score.
You can do Ph.D. from top institutes through the GATE exam and also you can do MTech from IIT. As we talked about earlier, it is necessary to pass the GATE exam to take admitted to PSUs as well. The more interesting thing about GATE is if you come in the top 100 in GATE then you get direct interview calls from PSUs.
MSc Chemistry Govt Jobs
|FASSI/FCI||MSc Chemistry students can apply to become a Food Security Officer, Food Inspector, or Food Safety Officer in FSSAI (Food Safety and Standards Authority of India). If we talk about salary, then it gets 30,000 per month.|
|CGPDTM||Controller General of Patent Designs and Trademarks has a job for the post of Examiner of Internet Design, Group-A Officer, and gazetted officer, in which salary can be up to 70,000 per month.|
|GSI||You can apply for the post of Geochemist in the GSI Geological Survey of India. Talking about salary, it can be up to 65,000 per month.|
|ICFRE||Through ICFRE, MSC chemistry candidates can apply for the post of Scientist-B in the Indian Council of Forestry Research and Education. The starting salary can be up to 70,000 per month|
|NTPC||National Thermal Power Corporation has job opportunities for MSc Chemistry candidates for various posts i.e. Lab chemist, Scientist. The salary can be up to 42,000 per month.|
MSc Chemistry private job
Due to caste competition, not every MSc Chemistry candidate can get a government job. In such a scenario, the second option is in the private sector. There are a lot of job opportunities for MSc candidates in the private sector, and if we look at the initial salary package, it is slightly less, which is 15,000 to 20,000 per month. But with experience, it can increase to 60,000 per month.
The best government jobs after MSc Chemistry is that you can work in PSUs like: BARC, ONGC, and BHEL for which you have to clear the GATE exam. Apart from this, you can prepare for Combined Geo-Scientist Exam and Indian Forest Service Exam conducted by UPSC
yes, Some options are Indian forest service/IFS exam, UPSC Combined Geo-Scientist. Along with that govt jobs are an assistant professor by MSc+NET, PGT Teacher by MSc+B.ed, PSUs by Gate Exam
You can make a career after an MSc chemistry as Clinical Research Associate, Microbiologist, Forensic Scientist, or Toxicologist in a private company. Along with that, you can pursue higher studies in MPhil, Ph.D., and certification courses.
Ph.D. is the best course after MSc Chemistry which is of 3 to 6 years duration. This course focuses on research. Apart from this, you can also do courses like MBA, MPhil / Mphil, and PGDM.
After doing MSc Chemistry, the highest salary is in the post of Assistant Professor and Professor, which can be up to 55,000 per month. For this, you have to clear UGC NET exam