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About the Program
There is also an increasing demand for life scientists to contribute to the public understanding of science as journalists and information officers in view of the ethical and environmental issues that arise, for example, by developments in molecular biology and biotechnology. The study revolves around the biological structure of microorganisms, cellular and molecular functioning, ecology, division and as a subject of the human resource.
Graduation in science with minimum 50% marks aggregate and Chemistry and Biology as one of the subjects.
In the public sector, Microbiology graduates are in demand in research institutes, government departments, the National Health Service, forensic science and the Environment Agency. There is also an increasing demand for Microbiologists to contribute to the public understanding of science as journalists and information/liaison officers.