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Which are the best engineering colleges in Pune?

Asked 2018-05-29 21:07:55 by Harsh Rajput

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Some good engineering colleges in Pune are- College of Engineering (COEP), Pune Institute of Computer Technology (PICT), D. Y. Patil College of Engineering (Akurdi), Bharati Vidyapeeth University College of Engineering (BVUCOE), MIT World Peace University, among others.

Which are the best colleges in Bangalore for BTech?

Asked 2018-05-29 21:06:36 by Harsh Rajput

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Some good colleges for B.Tech in Bangalore are- International Institute of Information Technology Bangalore, R. V. College of Engineering, M. S. Ramaiah Institute of Technology, B. M. S. College of Engineering, PES University, New Horizon College of Engineering, NITTE Meenakshi Institute of Technology, among others.

Which are the best colleges that offer in Karnataka?

Asked 2018-05-27 15:30:05 by Zunaid Nirary

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Can you tell me any good college for biotech in Lucknow with low fees?

Asked 2018-05-27 14:27:14 by Varshika Chaurasia

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Some colleges offering B.Tech/B.E Biotechnology in Lucknow with low fees are- SR Institute Of Management and Technology, [SRIMT] Lucknow, RR Institute of Modern Technology, [RRIMT] Lucknow, Sarontj Institute of Technology and Management, [SITM] Lucknow, MG Institute of Management and Technology, [MGIMT] Lucknow, Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Technical University [APJAKTU], Lucknow among others.

I want to be a researcher of human medicine. So, what are the colleges and courses that I should opt for?

Asked 2018-05-27 13:29:46 by Deepshikha Yadav

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There are various courses offered under Human Medicine like Dialysis Therapy, Anaesthesia Technology, Physician Assistant, Optometry, Cardio Vascular Technology, Neuro Electro Physiology, Diabetes Sciences, Echocardiography Technology, Emergency Medical Technology, Medical Radiologic Technology, Respiratory Therapy, Cardiac Perfusion Technology, Medical Laboratory Technology and more. You can consider Amrita University for these courses if you find it suits you.

How is the physiotherapy from the point of income and career opportunities in India? Which is advisable between doing physio in India or overseas?

Asked 2018-05-27 12:12:53 by timal modi

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Physiotherapists can work in hospitals, orthopedic departments, rehabilitation centers for the handicapped, schools for the mentally retarded and physically disabled children among others. Opportunities and money in this sector are increasing. Choosing between India and abroad depends on a number of factors. India houses some really good physiotherapy institutes like AIIPMR, National Institute of Occupational Health, NIRTR, etc. Check full details here.

Any college for cardiovascular technology and surgical technology in India?

Asked 2018-05-27 09:17:06 by Khushbu Sharma

How are the job opportunities in biomedical engineering?

Asked 2018-05-27 08:55:17 by Rekha Jayakrishnan

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There are various industries in which biomedical engineering has a scope like- Biomedical manufacturing industries, Healthcare and medical facilities, Consultancies, Government medical organizations, Research organizations. Various recruiting companies include- Wipro GE Medical System, BPL Healthcare, P.K.Morgan (India) Pvt.Ltd., Medtronics- Medico Health Care System, Clarity Medical Pvt. Ltd., B.Braun Medical (India) Ltd., Siemens, Philips Electronics Ltd.- Medical Division, etc. For more, check this link.

If we want to go in Botany research, how's that as a career option? What to do for that?

Asked 2018-05-27 08:51:31 by White Horse

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If you are so passionate about Botany and want to do research in it then you have to do B.Sc Botany (preferably), after that you can specialize by pursuing M.Sc Botany. Finally, you can do Ph.D. in your desired branch in Botany. Employment opportunities in Botany are as follows- Environment Protection Agencies, Botanical Gardens, Botanical Survey of India, Toxicology Labs, Academic Institutions, etc. More.

What about the course BSc Forensic Science? Does it have a scope? Can you name some top colleges?

Asked 2018-05-27 08:05:09 by Usha Usha

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A Career in Forensic Sciences largely depends on one's area of specialization. Successful graduates in this field can find work in both government and private agencies, hospitals, and laboratories. Some corporate organizations also hire graduates as Document Experts. Some good universities offering B.Sc Forensic Sciences are- Amity University Noida, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Dr. Hari Singh Gour University, Galgotias University, Mangalayatan University. More.

Is B.Sc forestry better than BSc biotechnology? Which has a better future?

Asked 2018-05-26 23:00:33 by Pranusha pandu

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B.Sc Forestry career prospects would include jobs in zoological parks wildlife ranges, timbering plantations, wildlife research institutes, Indian Council of Forestry Research and Education (ICFRE) and its affiliated institutes, wildlife department, forest departments, national parks & sanctuaries, forest nurseries, etc. B.Sc biotechnology career options include a future in research and development, government labs, academic departments, private organizations, etc.

Can a PCB student make a career in cosmology?

Asked 2018-05-26 22:39:33 by Scientific Indians

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For a career in cosmology, you have to study Physics and Maths at the undergraduate level and after that take up the specialized degree program for your Master's or Doctorate program. So, it is very difficult for a PCB student to pursue Cosmology.

I need to know college in Mumbai for doing BSc in dietician and nutrition, can you help me with this?

Asked 2018-05-26 20:53:26 by Aruhi dubey

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Dr. BMN College of Home Science, Mumbai offers B.Sc. in Nutrition and Dietetics (ND) [Unaided]. Also, SNDT Women's University in Mumbai offers Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) - Food Science and Nutrition.

Is it important to opt maths with PCB for BSC in genetics?

Asked 2018-05-26 20:24:27 by iswar mahata

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Generally, the basic criterion of eligibility required for admission to B.Sc Genetics is a Higher Secondary (10+2) or equivalent qualification from a recognized educational Board, with Physics, Chemistry, and Biology as main subjects and a minimum aggregate score of 50%. Although, it might differ for a few colleges which require Maths as well. For more information on this, you can check this link.

Is Biomedical science a good option or not?

Asked 2018-05-26 19:38:32 by Dipika Yadav

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There are numerous opportunities for students pursuing a course in biomedical sciences in India. Biomedical science students have a scope to secure jobs in sectors like laboratory work, management, research, education, and consultancy. Students can work both for private companies and in government laboratories. Students can also work in health protection agencies, forensic science departments, etc, Rest it is upto your interest to decide.