M.Sc. (Chemistry)Sahaswi Group of Institutions
MSc Chemistry deals with physical chemistry, organic chemistry, inorganic chemistry, pharmaceutical chemistry and analytical Chemistry. MSc Chemistry is a 2 year career oriented postgraduate course. The MSc Chemistry subjects is curated so that students get the best scope and jobs.
The basic MSc Chemistry eligibility criteria is a graduate degree in Chemistry or an allied discipline from a recognized college with at least 50% or more marks.
MSc Chemistry Distance Education
After successfully completing a bachelor degree in the field of science, students often look to pursue MSc Chemistry distance education. There are few colleges which provide MSc Chemistry Distance Education as well.
- In order to be eligible for this course at distance students need to have a bachelor’s degree from a recognized university.
- The minimum duration required to complete this course from distance is 2 years and the maximum duration of the same is 5 years.
- The common method of admission to MSc Chemistry distance education offered on the basis of scores obtained in the graduation level.
- The fees range from INR 12,000 to 60,000 on average annually to pursue MSc Chemistry distance education.
- There is no age limit set for the aspirants eager to pursue this course from a distance.
MSc Chemistry Eligibility
A candidate must qualify the following eligibility criteria in order to pursue the course from any college or university. The MSc Chemistry eligibility criteria mentioned below are common to most of the universities and colleges across the country.
- Higher and Senior Secondary levels of education (classes X and XII) with a minimum aggregate score of 60%.
- BSc Chemistry Hons. or BSc with Chemistry as one of the main subjects with a minimum aggregate score of 50% (45% for SC/ST candidates).
- Colleges offer admissions based on the score of the entrance test to select students for admission. Therefore, candidates are required to qualify the entrance exams of the respective colleges and university by securing minimum qualifying marks