Zoology

After completing M.Sc. in Zoology, you become Zoologists. It has a large scope for job and you can also go for higher studies:

You can do specialization in

Taxonomy

physiology

Embryology etc.
A part from jobs you can do also good jobs:

Teachers and Researchers

Conservationists

Biological Laboratory Technicians

–>>Curators of Zoo or Educators

–>>Animal Behaviouristes

Also you can do jobs at TV channels like Wild and Animals etc……..
Career in private sector after M.S.c in Zoology
Biological Laboratory Technician
Conservationist
Environmental Consultant
Herpetologist
Veterinary Technologist
Wildlife Educator
Wildlife Rehabilitator
Zookeeper
Zoologist
medical laboratories
Wildlife rehabilitation centers
hatcheries,
agricultural departments
museum services
conservation agencies
scientific civil services
Media
Environmental or ecosystem management sector
Environmental consulting firms

Career in Public sector after M.Sc. in Zoology
Various government departments such as the UPSC, SSC, state PSC, etc
forensic science department
agriculture,
transportation
banking,
railways,
In Research field
Research organizations such as

 CSIR (Counsil of Scientific And Industrial
 Research)
 BARC (Bhabha Atomic Research Center)
 ISRO (Indian Space Research Organization)
 VSSC (Vikram Sarabhi Space Center)
 CCMB (Center For Cellular & Molecular Biology)
 NIN ( National Institute Nutrition
 CCMB (Center For Cellular & Molecular Biology)

 NIN ( National Institute Nutrition)

 ICRISAT ( International Crop Research Institute For Semi- Arid Topic)
 CMFRI ( Central Marine Fisheries Research Institute
 Teaching Profession after M.Sc in Zoology
clear the net or set exam after their post graduate
programmed, various prominent universities / institutes
 The candidates those have interest in teaching field have to
A Perfect Blend of
Science, Medicine and Biotechnology

Would you like to know….
• How you can join an expanding field with multiple and flexible career opportunities?
• How you can be a medical detective to investigate and find causes of illness?
• How you can have an exciting and rewarding career helping to save lives and cure disease
• Consider A Career in the Clinical Laboratory Sciences

Why Choose to Become a Clinical Laboratory Professional…
Clinical laboratory professionals analyze blood, body fluids, tissues and cells to determine the presence or absence of disease
They are highly skilled in the use of the latest in biomedical techniques and instrumentation
Important Work!
Clinical laboratory professionals are vital members of the health care team
Up to 70% of physician decisions regarding patient diagnosis and therapy are based on lab test results
Modern medicine could not function without clinical laboratory professionals

Unlimited Opportunities!
Clinical lab professionals are in great demand!
• Multiple employment opportunities immediately after graduation
• Flexibility in working hours and shifts
• Highly versatile skills that translate into an unlimited choice of practice settings
• An excellent background for careers in research, medicine and biotechnology
• Join a Large Component of Healthcare!
• Clinical lab professionals are the third largest group of health professionals after doctors and nurses
• Over a quarter of a million clinical lab professionals work in clinical labs nationwide
• There are over a thousand different clinical lab tests
• Over 7 billion clinical lab tests are performed each year in 171,000 laboratories in the US
• Job Ratings!
• Medical technologist and medical laboratory technician ranked 16 and 18 in a list of 250 jobs according to Jobs Related Almanac (Les Krantz, 1999)
They also ranked 3rd and 4th in the healthcare and medicine occupational category based on factors such as salary, stress levels, work environment, outlook, security and physical demands
Where Do Clinical Laboratory Professionals Work?
Although most clinical laboratory professionals work in:
 Hospital clinical labs
 Physician office labs
 Commercial or reference labs
 Public Health labs
There are many other exciting employment opportunities for clinical laboratory professionals
Clinical Lab Professionals Also Work In…………..
 Pharmaceutical and Chemical Industries
 Biotechnology Companies
 Forensic and Law Enforcement Laboratories
 Veterinary Clinics
 Research and Teaching Institutions
 Transplant and Blood Donor Centers
 Fertility Clinics
 Cosmetic and Food Industry
 A Degree in a Medical Laboratory Science is an Also Excellent Starting Point for Career Advancement in:

 Medicine
 Dentistry
 Public Health
 Biomedical Technology
 Health Care Management and Administration

And more….
 Medical Informatics
 Basic Science and Cancer Research
 Sales, Marketing, Product Development
 Law and Public Advocacy
 Education
 Many others
 The Clinical Lab is a Biomedical Environment

Who Works in a Clinical Laboratory?
Clinical Laboratory Scientists
and Technicians
Analyze body fluids for many diverse proteins, sugars, enzymes, lipids, hormones and drugs
Provide information to physicians to help diagnose:
• Cancer
• Diabetes and kidney disease
• Drug overdoses
And many other conditions

Clinical Laboratory Scientists
and Technicians

Detect and identify disease-causing bacteria and parasites
Determine the best antibiotics to use for bacterial infections
Clinical Laboratory Scientists
and Technicians

Examine and count blood cells to detect abnormalities found in anemias, leukemias and infections so appropriate therapy can be started
Clinical Laboratory Scientists
and Technicians

Analyze blood to find causes for abnormal bleeding or clotting
Test plasma to monitor therapy with anticoagulant drugs
Clinical Laboratory Scientists
and Technicians
Prepare red blood cells, platelets, plasma for safe transfusion

Use techniques to detect antibodies to Strep Infections, Lyme Disease, Infectious Mono, and many other diseases
Clinical Laboratory Scientists

Perform testing on DNA, RNA or chromosomes to help identify genetic causes of disease or to identify pathogens and their drug resistance mutations
Cytotechnologists

Examine cell samples on slides to determine the presence of cancerous or benign diseases
Analyze microscopic cellular changes that can directly affect a patient’s course of treatment
Assist in early detection of cancer

Examine cells from all body sources taken by swab or fine needle biopsy
A Pap Smear is a commonly performed test
Histotechnologists and Histotechnicians
Section, stain and analyze tissues from surgery for examination by a Pathologist
Allow pathologists to determine if disease is present in that tissue