Category : Career Counseling Posted : 24/05/2013 Price : Check with seller Location : Bangalore(Karnataka)
B.Sc. in Medical Microbiology:
Duration: 3 years / 6 semesters
Eligibility: Candidates must have passed in higher secondary examination or its equivalent with 60% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Biology/Biotechnology taken together.
M.Sc in Microbiology:
Duration: 3 years/6 semesters of 6 months each
Eligibility: Candidates must have completed graduation with either of the subjects like MBBS, BDS, B.Pharma, Ayurveda Medicine, Homeopathy Medicine, Physiotherapy, B.Sc Nursing or B.Sc in any Science subjects from a recognized university. A minimum of 55% of marks is required, where as there is a relaxation of 5% for SC/ST candidates. One must have learnt subjects like physics, chemistry, zoology or botany in the bachelors degree, as well as 12th board examination.
Medical microbiology course is a branch within the field of medicine which focuses on micro organisms of medical interest which include the bacteria, viruses, fungi and parasites which are of medical importance and are capable of causing infectious diseases in human beings. Microbiologists can rather be called as detectives who investigate in the microscopic world - a world that holds much wonder and mystery, the world which much people cannot see.
Medical Microbiology Course includes the study of microbial pathogenesis and epidemiology and is related to the study of disease pathology and immunology. Microbiologists study micro organisms which can cause disease in people, looking into life cycles of such organisms, on how they cause infection, how they spread, and cause disease, the means to treat the diseases and irradiate the disease causing microbes.
This field of microbiology is constantly engaged with identifying new micro organisms, monitoring changes in rapidly mutating species and dealing with the ongoing challenges in medicine, ranging from the development of resistance to antibiotics in bacteria to contamination of water supplies with protozoans. They work in all ways to contribute to mankind and improve humans and environmental quality of life and living.
SCOPE AND CAREER PROSPECTS FOR A MICROBIOLOGIST: