Master of Science [M.Sc] - Course Overview

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    SCIENCE

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    2 YEARS

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    Post Graduation

    MSc (Master of Science) Admissions, Colleges, Syllabus, Jobs and Scope 2020-21

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    MSc, or Master of Science is a  course typically of 2 years duration, aimed for graduates who want to excel and make a career in the field of science and academics

    This course is usually pursued right after completing a BSc degree. The basic MSc Eligibility is a minimum aggregate of 50-60 percent at graduation level in a relevant subject. 

    Admissions are based on the performance in a valid entrance exam such as BITSAT, JNUEE, TISS NET, etc.

    MSc: Key Highlights

    • MSc Full Form: Master of Science
    • Average Fees: INR 30,000-2 LPA
    • Distance Education/Correspondence/Online: Yes. 
    • Popular Specializations: MSc Computer Science, MSc IT, MSc Microbiology, MSc Anthropology, MSc Agriculture, MSc Maths, MSc Physics, MSc Chemistry, MSc Botany, MSc Economics, etc.
    • MSc Jobs: Project Assistant, Research Associate, Junior Scientist, JRF/SRF, Assistant Professor, Market Research, Clinical Research Associate, Scientific Writer, Teacher, Research Fellow, Pharma Associate, Subjects Matter Expert etc.
    • MSc Average Salary: INR 3-6 LPA
    • Top Recruiting Companies: Google, Amazon, TCS, HCL Technologies, Oracle, Sopra, Siemens, Novartis, Novozymes, Sapient, Nestle, Apollo, Genpact, Deloitte, KPMG, etc.
    • MSc Scope: MPhil , PhD, and MBA.


     IGNOU, Annamalai University, Karnataka State Open University, etc are some of the colleges offering MSc through distance education. It may take 2-5 years to complete the course from distance.

    With the average fees of MSc distance education ranging between INR 10,000 to 40,000, admission to the course is offered  directly to the colleges within the given application deadline.

    There are many integrated MSc degrees also that can be pursued by the students such as MSc + PhD provided by IITs,IISc like IISc Bangalore, NITs and other top institutes.

    Tabulated below are some of the top MSc colleges in India, as per the NIRF rankings, 2020.

    NIRF Rank, 2020CollegeAdmission ProcessAverage Fees (INR)Average Placement (INR)
    2Jawaharlal Nehru UniversityEntrance-Based1,3118-10 LPA
    3Banaras Hindu UniversityEntrance-Based6,24515-20 LPA
    4Amrita Vishwa VidyapeethamEntrance-Based1,09,8004-9 LPA
    5Jadavpur UniversityEntrance-Based20,0003.5-5 LPA
    6University of HyderabadEntrance-Based9,2555-8 LPA
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    MSc Eligibility

    MSc Eligibility

    The following is the basic MSc Eligibility criteria that are followed in almost all the colleges and universities across India:

    • Students must have a Bachelor’s degree in a relevant discipline.
    • A minimum of 50-60% at graduation level to be able to secure admission.
    • Usually a 5% relaxation is provided to the reserved category candidates.

    The minimum aggregate marks that are required might vary depending upon the college. Usually, there is no age bar to join any Master of Science course.

    MSc Admission Process

    MSc Admission Process

    The MSc admission process generally involves entrance examinations. Since a Master of Science is an advanced degree, hence through entrance exams the caliber and skills of the deserving students can be judged quite easily.

    Few private colleges such as Amity University offer admission on the basis of merit or marks obtained in the Bachelor’s degree course.

    Check:

    JNU Admission 2020BHU Admission 2020
    admission process

    Read in detail:  MSc Admission 2020.

    MSc Entrance Exams

    There are various entrance examinations to secure admission in this course. Following are the few important university level entrance exams required to take admission in Master of Science courses.

    MSc Entrance ExamsConducting BodyRegistration (Tentative)Exam Dates (Tentative)Exam Mode
    JNUEENational Testing AgencyMarch 2- June 30, 2020 (Upto 11:20 PM)Postponed Online
    BHU PETBanaras Hindu University, VaranasiJanuary 2021Postponed Offline 
    BITSATBITS PilaniJanuary 2021August 6 to 10, 2020Online
    TISS NETTata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS) October 2020January 2021Online
    DUETDelhi University Entrance TestJune 20-July 04, 2020 (Available)To be AnnouncedOnline

    How to get admission into a top MSc college ?

    Apart from fulfilling the MSc eligibility criteria, students need to crack entrances in order to get into top universities like JNU, DU, BHU, etc, for MSc.

    Here are a few points  to help you in clearing the MSc entrance exams:

    •  Prepare thoroughly for the general aptitude and general science. We suggest you start  your preparation 2 years in advance.
    • Solve and practice last year’s question paper, apart from the model tests which are available on their official websites or on the internet. 
    • Mock tests should be given in case of online exams to get a hang of the computer-based entrance tests.
    • In almost all the MSc Entrance exams, usually 60% questions are simple, 20% are relatively analytical and 20% are extremely difficult.

    The below drawn table shows some of the important sections of MSc entrance exams:

    Life Science StreamMathematicsGeneral Aptitude
    Life Sciences (Biochemistry, Molecular Biology & Immunology of post graduate levelCalculus and analytic geometry andTrigonometry etc.Current affairs
    Physics/Chemistry (undergraduate level).Real series analysis, Theory of Equation and Differential equations.General Science
    Computer & Information Sciences (10+2 level).Statistics and probability, Modern Algebra and Matrix Theory and Numerical analysis.History of India etc.

    Lastly, keep a track of eligibility, course cut-off, the application process, application deadline, application fee and other updates in newspapers, official websites, educational magazines, etc.

    Important Links:

    JNUEE 2020 PRACTICE PAPERSBHU PET 2020 PRACTICE PAPERSDUET 2020 PRACTICE PAPERS
    MBA skill set

    MSc: Quick Facts

    • MSc has a total number of 6.79 lakh students enrolled in India.
    • MSc has 37.28% male and 62.72% female in India.
    • There are 1391 MSc foreign students with 71.3% of  male students in India.
    • M.Sc foreign students in India are from countries like Nepal, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Sudan, Bhutan, Nigeria, United States of America, Sri Lanka and  Iran.
    • As per one of the recent data released by ‘MHRD’, there are 74103 students enrolled in Msc distance mode of education.
    MSc Specializations

    MSc Specializations

    There are numerous specializations in this course. Some of the highly pursued MSc Specializations are mentioned below:

    • MSc Computer Science:

    This course aims to develop core competence in Computer Science subjects and prepare the students to take up a career in the highly competitive IT industry. After completing MSc Computer Science, you are eligible enough to carry out individual research and development in the field of IT, networking and computer programming.

    Average Annual FeesINR 30,000- 35,000
    Average Starting SalaryINR 4,50,000
    MSc Computer Science Colleges in India
    • MSc Biotechnology:

    It is a pure science course which involves a wide range of subjects such as Engineering, Genetics, Biochemistry, Microbiology, Chemistry, Bioinformatics, etc. MSc Biotechnology is mostly pursued by students who are interested in a career in the biotechnology aspect of the biological science field.

    Average Annual FeesINR 50,000
    Average Starting SalaryINR 4,00,000
    MSc Biotechnology Colleges in India
    • MSc Mathematics:

    This course aims to teach students various theoretical concepts and algorithms in the field of mathematics. MSc Maths includes subjects like Graph Theory, Mathematical Modelling, Geometry, Matrix Theory, Functional Analysis, Optimization Techniques etc. 

    Average Annual FeesINR 30,000
    Average Starting SalaryINR 6,50,000
    MSc Maths Colleges in India
    • MSc Physics:

    It is a postgraduate physics course that consists of studies related to the field and its allied subjects such as maths, chemistry, etc. MSc Physics comprises subjects like Nuclear Physics, Classical mechanics, Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics, Quantum Mechanics, etc.

    Average Annual FeesINR 25,000
    Average Starting SalaryINR 7,00,000
    MSc Physics Colleges in India
    • MSc Chemistry:

    It is a specialized postgraduate course in Chemistry and related study. MSc Chemistry comprises subjects like Analytical Chemistry, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Biochemistry, etc. After completing the courses, students are hired in capacities in the field of chemistry research and development.

    Average Annual FeesINR 25,000
    Average Starting SalaryINR 3,50,000
    MSc Chemistry Colleges in India 
    • MSc Nursing:

    This course is one of the most pursued MSc degrees in India because of it’s high need and importance. MSc Nursing is a postgraduate professional course to train students and develop skills and thinking required in the nursing profession and midwifery. Some of the common job options after this course is that of a Head Nurse, Nursing Educator, Home Nurse, Midwife, etc.

    Average Annual FeesINR 50,000
    Average Starting SalaryINR 4,00,000
    MSc Nursing Colleges in India
    • MSc Economics:

    This MSc course is designed to build advanced skills in economic reasoning. MSc Economics provides training in constructing and estimating economic models using quantitative techniques and econometrics. The common subjects include Micro Economic Analysis, Public Economics, Environmental Economics, Quantitative Research, etc.

    Average Annual FeesINR 50,000
    Average Starting SalaryINR 5,00,000
    MSc Economics Colleges in India

    More MSc Specializations

    Some of the other important specializations are:

    MSc AnthropologyMSc Food Technology
    MSc Earth ScienceMSc Biochemistry
    MSc MicrobiologyMSc Zoology
    MSc PsychologyMSc Data Science
    MSc Forensic ScienceMSc IT
    MSc Analytical ChemistryMSc Geography
    MSc Environment ScienceMSc Hospital Administration
    Msc Specializations  Fees and Salary

    Source: University websites and Payscale.

    Why study MSC

    Types of MSc

    Types of MSc

    Students can go for MSc online as well as MSc distance education, if not willing to pursue a regular MSc course. However, MSc courses are not usually offered via online mode by Indian universities, but via various foreign universities.

    Tabulated below are some of the important informations related to the types of MSc;

    ParameterMSc Distance EducationMSc online 
    ModeAway from university infrastructureOnline through web facility
    Duration2-5 Years1-4 Years
    EligibilityBachelor's degreeBachelor’s Degree
    AdmissionMerit/Entrance-BasedMerit-Based
    Average FeesINR 10,000 to 40,000INR 6 to 10 LPA
    Top CollegesIGNOUQueen Mary, London
    Annamalai UniversityArden University, United Kingdom
    Karnataka State Open UniversityUniversity of Birmingham, United Kingdom

    Read in detail:

    MSc Distance EducationMSc online 
    MSc Syllabus

    MSc Syllabus

    MSc syllabus varies on the basis of subjects and specializations that a stdnets has selected. It mainly consists of core subjects of 3-4 credits and there are multiple elective subjects that basically have to be selected in the last year, which is of 2-3 credits. 

    All the compulsory core subjects have practical classes and lab sessions as well, specially in the case of Applied Science and Research based courses.

    Below we have tabulated some of the important subjects of the most pursued MSc specializations in India.

    MSc MathematicsAdvanced Differential Equations
    Advanced Abstract Algebra
    Differential Geometry
    Real Analysis
    Numeral Analysis
    Linear Algebra
    Measure and Integration Geometry of Numbers
    Complex Analysis
    MSc PhysicsClassical Mechanics
    Classical Electrodynamics
    Quantum Mechanics
    Electronics
    Advanced Optics
    Nuclear and Particle Physics
    Statistical Mechanics
    Advanced Quantum Mechanics
    Atomic and Molecular Physics
    Computer Applications in Physics
    Astrophysics
    MSc Chemistry Inorganic Chemistry
    Organic Chemistry
    Physical Chemistry
    Analytical Chemistry
    Chemistry of Materials
    Advanced Quantum Chemistry
    Advanced Chemical Kinetics and Electrochemistry
    Modern Techniques and Scope of Chemical Biology
    Chemical Dynamics and Electrochemistry
    Transition and Non-transition Metal Chemistry
    Computational Chemistry
    MSc BiologyMetabolism and Metabolomics
    Cell Biology
    Genes and Genomics
    Molecules of living systems
    Microbiology
    Methods in Applied Sciences
    Biochemistry
    Biostatistics and Bioinformatics
    Clinical Immunology
    Plant physiology
    Introduction to Pharmacology
    Recent Advances in Biology
    Animal Physiology
    Biophysics and Structural Biology
    Computational Biology and Bioinformatics

    MSc JNU vs MSc BHU

    The table below shows some of the major differences between what it’s like to pursue MSc programs from JNU and from BHU:

    ParametersMSc JNUMSc BHU
    College OverviewJawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) is one of India’s top-ranked universities for Post-graduate and research studies. It has received the Best University Award from the President of India in 2017. It offers MSc courses in Biotechnology, Environmental Science, Chemistry, Life Science, Mathematics Physics, etcBanaras Hindu University (BHU) is a central university situated in Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh. It offers MSc courses in Botany, Zoology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Mathematics, Home Science, etc.
    LocationNew DelhiVaranasi
    NIRF Ranking23
    Average Total FeesINR 1,311INR 6,245
    Average Placement PackageINR 8-10 LPAINR 15-20 LPA
    Top Recruiting CompaniesTCS, Hitachi, Barclay, Akash Institute, HSBC, TCS CTO, 3I Infotech, Zoom Tech, Spring Talent, Acxiom, Aganita, Thin CI, etc.Accenture, Blue Star, Cognizant, NIIT, PCS, HCL-Tech, Infosys, Canbay, TCS, Wipro Technologies, Yahoo, Impetus etc.

    MSc vs MS

    Both MS and MSc are Master of Science degrees. However, both are entirely different due to the following points:

    ParametersMScMS
    Degree typeAcademic degreeProfessional Research degree
    Duration2 years2 years
    EligibilityShould have done either Engineering or BSc in any of the Science subjects. Students must have completed BTech or BE or MSc course with at least 50-60%
    Pure science or industry focusedPure science degreeIndustry focussed degree
    Average Total FeesINR 30,000-2 LPAINR 1-3 LPA
    Top CollegesJawaharlal Nehru University Banaras Hindu University Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham Jadavpur University University of HyderabadIIT Madras, IIT Delhi, IIT Kanpur, BITS, International Institute of Information Technology (IIIT), etc
    Average Annual SalaryINR 3-6 LPAINR 3-8 LPA
    Career ObjectivesAcademia, M.Phil’s, PhDsResearch and Industry Jobs
    MSc vs MS

    Source: University websites and Payscale.

    MSc Jobs & Scope

    MSc Jobs & Scope

    Diverse career opportunities are available after doing a Master of Science in various private and government sectors in various departments such as Academics, Research, Medical Laboratories, Biotechnology Firms, Food Institutes, etc.

    Top Recruiters

    Tabulated below are some of the best companies offering jobs to these graduates.

    WiproBhabha Atomic Research Centre
    RanbaxyInfosys
    GAILISRO
    ONGCHCL
    BHELCipla
    GlaxoSmithKlineBARC

    Some of the common MSc Career Prospects are mentioned in the table below along with Job Description and Average salary:

    Job ProfileJob DescriptionAverage Salary (INR)
    Project AssistantA Project Assistant assists in an appointed research project in any research lab or institution. Under the guidance of project in-charge, PA is supposed to perform experiments and help in research along with the team.3 LPA
    Junior Research Fellow (JRF)JRF is a position appointed after qualifying CSIR/ICAR/UGC NET. One can also enroll in a PhD program while working as a JFR. After 2-3 years, JRF is promoted to SRF.As per the Fellowship
    Lab ManagerLab managers perform managerial duties including scheduling staff, recording supplies and maintaining security standards in the lab. He/She is also responsible for the safety and smooth lab operations.3.5 LPA
    Pharma AssociatePharma Associate is supposed to Operate automated and non-automated packaging equipment according to SOP and GMP. He/she is also responsible for preparing packaging equipment for production, and also ensuring that all the tasks are completed in a safe manner.4.5 LPA
    Regulatory Affairs SpecialistRegulatory Affairs Specialist is responsible for assisting in obtaining and maintaining government approval for drugs, medical devices, nutritional products, and related materials. 5.5 LPA
    Patent AssociatePatent Associates are employed by the government and private companies to review patent applications and decide whether to grant them or not. 5 LPA
    Food Safety AnalystJob description includes conducting and implementing all food safety requirements and documenting any food safety issues or incidents, and maintaining all grower and in house food safety documentation. 5 LPA
    QA/QC AssociateQA/QC Associate work with the team to ensure that procedures and products adhere to established quality standards, maintain legal compliance and satisfy the clients with the work or research.3.5 LPA
    Subject Matter ExpertSME, as the name suggests has a definitive source of knowledge, technique, or expertise in a specific subject area. Their basic work includes reviewing the data or materials to check the authenticity of the literature with their deep knowledge in their subject area.4 LPA
    MSc Salary Tremd

    Source: Payscale

    With so much advances in the science and engineering industry, MSc qualification provides a great opportunity to the candidates to apply for research and technical positions in many top institutes and companies known for its R&D and innovations.

    Such organizations are CSIR, ICAR & ICMR Institutes, BARC, DRDO, ISRO, TIFR, National Innovation Foundation (NIF), etc. 

    Further study options after doing MSc course:

    • Double Masters:

    Many students who are from science backgrounds, after completing MSc course often clear the GATE exam and pursue Master of Technology (MTech) for better career prospects, since the average salary after completing MTech is around 4-8 LPA, and could be higher depending upon the college, candidate’s performance in the interview and knowledge of research and technical skills.

    Some of the highly pursued MTech courses are MTech in Computer Science & Engineering, MTech in Food Technology, MTech in Information Technology etc.

    However, students often consider to study MSc abroad for their double masters as well.

    • Master of Philosophy (MPhil): 

    Doing an MPhil after a Master of Science course is considered to be a good option to score better career opportunities in the field of academics and research. It is an advanced postgraduate research degree of 1-2 years course duration that students pursue before heading for higher education or PhD. Many good opportunities can be opted in teaching and academics after doing MPhil.

    • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD): 

    Most of the students want to pursue PhD after completing a Master of Science course to fulfill their dream to become a professor and contribute in high-quality research. PhD can be done in various fields of science and technology in India and abroad.

    There is also an option of pursuing MBA courses to enter the demanding and challenging field of Management and leading a Corporate life. Apart from MBA, students can also pursue Executive MBA that is especially designed for working professionals.

    Other highly pursued management courses are PGDM and PGPM, which are almost similar and equivalent to MBA degrees. The average salary that you can expect after these courses can be around INR 5-12 LPA, and even more if you are graduated from IIMs, SPJIMR, Jamia Millia Islamia, etc. 

    MSc: FAQs

    MSc: FAQs

    Ques. What is the MSc full form?

    Ans.  The MSc full form is Master of Science.

    Ques. Which MSc course is best in India?

    Ans. Any MSc course is best for a student based on their interest and the choice of career opportunities they want to pursue after MSc, since it is an academic postgraduate degree.

    Some of the most pursued Master of Science courses in India which are considered to be best like MSc Biology, MSc Chemistry, MSc Applied Physics, MSc Economics, MSc Statistics, MSc Computer Science, MSc Biochemistry, MSc Biotechnology etc. 

    Ques. What is the use of MSc courses?

    Ans. MSc is a postgraduate academic degree and should be pursued only if you are interested in research and academics. Although it is not a professional degree, vast and diverse career options are available after completing MSc in several domains and in government, private and public sectors. The degree helps to establish a high-end career in a specific domain in which you have completed your MSc course.

    Ques. How is the integrated physics MSc course at IIT Roorkee?

    Ans. IIT Roorkee provides three famous integrated courses, ie. Integrated MSc Chemistry, Integrated MSc Physics and Integrated MSc Applied Mathematics. The course fee of these courses is around INR 8.67 LPA. 

    Integrated MSc Physics is the most popular among them all. The course structure includes subjects such as Physical Science, Computer Programming, Electromagnetic Theory, Nuclear Physics, Lasers and Photonics, Applied Instrumentation, Nanotechnology, Condensed Matter Physics, Nuclear Astrophysics, etc, along with laboratory work and practical sessions. The program structure is best to gain collective insight in the field of physics. 

    Apart from academics, there are a lot of opportunities for research work, seminars and workshops about scientific writing in which you can participate in order to enhance your science career. 

    Integrated are usually pursued by students who want to enter the field of research and academics. Students can hope for a bright future after completing this integrated course, and earn around INR 6-12 LPA and even more in some cases. 

    Ques. How can I join ISRO after MSc?

    Ans. One can join ISRO after doing Master of Science in Physics or Maths or other related courses. The basic eligibility is to obtain 65% in an appropriate course. After that, they should qualify an entrance exam conducted by ISRO Centralised Recruitment Board (ICRB) in order to join the released job positions by the organization. 

    Ques. How is BITS Goa MSc course?

    Ans. BITS Goa offers Master of Science degree in specializations like Economics, Physics, Chemistry, Biological Sciences and Maths. The course is one of the best MSc courses in India, and many students from India aspire to pursue it from BITS Goa, because of its high credibility that offers great career prospects, and there are lots of financial aids provided to the students in order to provide assistance in fees and other things.

    The course fee is around INR 7.56 LPA for two years. The college is quite famous for its placement cell, hence you can expect an average salary of around INR 5-10 LPA or you can get into research and pursue PhD later.

    Ques. Is MSc better than MBA?

    Ans. MSc is an academic degree and MBA is a professional job oriented degree. MSc can be pursued directly after graduation in a relevant subject (mostly BSc). For an MBA, few years of professional work experience is required, and is even a necessary eligibility in some of the Top B-Schools in India such as IIM, FMS, etc.

    MSc degree is best for those who want to pursue a career in research and academics. MBA degree is best for those who want to pursue a leadership position in an organization and develop skills required to find success in business and management industry. 

    Hence, both these courses are best in their respective fields. If you want to pursue research, then Master of Science would be a better course for you. If you want to enter the corporate industry and enhance your management skills then you should pursue an MBA course.

    Ques. What is the age limit for MSc Admission in India?

    Ans. There is no age limit as such to pursue a Master of Science course, but a minimum eligibility to pursue this degree is graduation in a similar course from a recognized college or university.

    Ques. Can I give GATE after completing my MSc course?

    Ans. Primarily, GATE examinations provide admissions in MTech courses across IITs, NITs, etc. But it is also an important factor to select for top-level ons in organizations such as NTPC, ONGC, and others.

    In short, yes you are eligible to give the GATE exam after completing your MSc degree.

    Ques. What are the best universities for MSc courses in India?

    Ans. Some of the best Indian Universities are:

    • Delhi University (DU)
    • Jawaharlal nehru University (JNU)
    • Banaras Hindu University (BHU)
    • University of Calcutta
    • Mumbai University
    • IITs
    • BITS
    • AIIMS
    • Bangalore University
    • Andhra University
    • Christ University
    • Anna University
    • Punjab University, etc.

    Ques. Can I become a teacher after MSc?

    Ans. One can become a teacher after doing a Master of Science, if they have completed BEd also side by side or later. Most of the students who want to become a teacher while pursuing MSc pursue BEd from distance education from colleges like IGNOU. After getting BEd qualification, there are several national and state-level entrance examinations one needs to qualify to become a teacher in India like CTET and other State Board teaching Entrance Tests.

    Ques. How many institutes are offering Master of Science by research (MSc research) in India?

    Ans. There are many institutes in India that offer this master research course in India. Here are a few of them:

    • IISc Bangalore- Master of Science in Engineering
    • IIT Madras- MS by Research in Engineering, Science and Management courses. There are dual degree options as well such as BS+MS course in Biological Science and Physics.
    • IIIT Hyderabad- MS by Research in various engineering courses.
    • Chennai Mathematical Institute (CMI)- Master of Science by Research in Mathematics, computer Science and Physics.
    • TIFR- Integrated MSc-PhD program
    • Institute of Mathematical Sciences (IMS)- Integrated MSc-PhD program

    Ques. Is Master of Science a good idea after BTech?

    Ans. Honesty, it depends on the course curriculum and the specialization. But generally, it is not advised to pursue MSc in India after BTech course since MTech offers greater career prospects than MSc in India.

    In the US, Canada, and other countries, MSc or MS provides better career opportunities after BTech, and many Indian students want to pursue an MS course after completing BTech. 

    Overall, if you want to pursue a master course in India after BTech then you should go for MTech or MBA rather than MSc, but if you want to pursue Master of Science Abroad then the chances of better prospects will be there than in India.

    Ques. What is the salary after MSc?

    Ans. The average MSc salary can be around 3-6 LPA depending on the course specialization and college. In the government sector, the compensation is usually fixed and can be around INR 4-10 LPA in different departments.

    Ques. Is there any delay in the admission process because of COVID-19 crisis?

    Ans. Many Master of Science entrance exams such as BHU PET, BIT SAT, etc. have been postponed because of COVID-19 crisis and lockdown situation in India.

    Master of Science [M.Sc] Fee Structure in India


    2.33 K (Minimum Fee)PUBLIC COLLEGES2.01 L (Maximum Fee)
    58.82 K (Average Fee)
    4.24 K (Minimum Fee)PRIVATE COLLEGES2.5 L (Maximum Fee)
    74.54 K (Average Fee)

    Master of Science [M.Sc] Fee Structure by State


    Maharashtra

    20 KPUBLIC COLLEGES2.01 L
    95.09 K
    11 KPRIVATE COLLEGES97.26 K
    57.1 K

    Uttar Pradesh

    42 KPUBLIC COLLEGES42 K
    42 K
    4.24 KPRIVATE COLLEGES1.52 L
    41.81 K

    Karnataka

    40.87 KPUBLIC COLLEGES1 L
    70.44 K
    2.5 LPRIVATE COLLEGES2.5 L
    2.5 L

    Rajasthan

    2.33 KPUBLIC COLLEGES2.69 K
    2.51 K
    21 KPRIVATE COLLEGES60.4 K
    45.8 K

    Madhya Pradesh

    48 KPUBLIC COLLEGES48 K
    48 K
    18 KPRIVATE COLLEGES40 K
    29 K

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