Biology Introduction, Career, Scope, Jobs, Degrees & Tips

Biology Introduction, Career, Scope, Jobs, Degrees & Tips

Biology Definition, Branches, Career, Scope, Jobs, Salary, Required Skills, Degrees, Nature of Job & Tips
Introduction To Biology 
Biology is the basic life science. In Biology we study living organisms (Both plants and animals including human beings) and their relationship with each other and their surroundings. We mainly study origin, evolution, structure and function of living things in Biological Sciences. A biologist studies microorganism to giant whales. He tries to discover the new species and missing link in the evolution theory. All the medical sciences are the branches or subbranches of Biology.

Nature of Job 
Biologists have made our life much easier than before. They have solved our many problems related to food shortage, agriculture, diseases. They are also playing vital role in pharmaceutical industry, Biotechnology, Bio informatics, Ecology, food Industry, Biochemistry, water Conservation, Agriculture, Gene Therapy, global warming, chemical industry, medical, dental and veterinary fields. Biologists work on new medicines, treatments, modern diagnostic tests, increase crop yields and develop new bio-fuels.

Biology Introduction, Career, Scope, Jobs, Degrees & Tips

Biology Introduction, Career, Scope, Jobs, Degrees & Tips

Degrees in Biology
B.Sc – Two Years – After FSc Pre Medical
M.Sc – Two Years – After BSc in Medical Subjects
BS – Four Years – After FSc Pre Medical
MS/ M.Phill – Two Years – After BS and M.Sc
Ph.D – Three to Five Years After MS/MPhill

Career & Scope
There is a great scope of Biology in our practical life. You may find jobs in following areas as an expert of Biological Sciences.

Employment Areas 
Green Houses
Zoo
Botanical Gardens
Forest Department
Safari zoo
Educational Institutes
Agriculture department
National Parks
Pesticide companies
Food Department
Drug Testing Labs
Seed industry
Pesticide Industry
Nurseries
Research and development (R&D) organization
Food Industry
Agri-Research institutes
Fertilizer factories
Farm houses of all kinds
Soil testing labs
Tissue culture Labs
Pharmaceutical companies
Genetic Engineering Labs
Animal Food Industries
Horticulture Department
NGO’s like WWF and Green Peace
Research institutes
Private Farming
Agri-based industries all over the world
Consultancies

Biology Introduction, Career, Scope, Jobs, Degrees & Tips

Job Types
Science Teacher
Veterinarian
Lecturer
Director of Conservation
Curator
Quality Control Officers
Researcher
Farmer
Lab Operator
Scientific Writer
Lab Technician
Tutor
Food Inspector
Industrial Researcher
Consultant
Aquarist
Medical Representative
Forest Inspector
NGO Activist

For a non-research job like school teacher, research assistant, lecturer, lab technician etc you must get at least a 4 year BS or MSc degree in Biological Sciences. After graduation again you can get admission in MBBS, BDS, DVM, Pharm D, DPT and other healthcare professions. For a job of assistant professor or researcher you will have to go for MPhil/MS and PhD. I will personally suggest you to get a doctorate degree as it will be helpful for you in finding a job in universities, research institutes, Industrial research centers and international journals. You will also be able to work as a scientific scientific writer, administrator, manager, inspector and even Principal. Even graduates can get better position after few years experience in the field, so we recommend you to accept an offer even below your expectations.

Areas of Specialization & Branches of Biology
There are many areas of specialization and branches of Biology but here we have given the list of only those branches of Biology which have great scope in practical life.
Geobiology
Herpetology
Parasitology
Virology
Nanobiology
Psychobiology
Neurobiology
Nothology
Population genetics
Phyopathology
Sociobiology
Mycology
Pathobiology
Ichthyology
Ornithology
Population ecology
Physiology
Ethology
Mammalogy
Primatology
Entomology
Ichnology
Biogeography
Biosemiotics
Bioinformatics
Veterinary science
Biomedical research
Biomathematics
Bioclimatology
Bioengineering
Biophysics
Agriculture
Anatomy
Paleontology
Biomechanics
Pharmacology
Biomusicology
Aerobiology
Epigenetics
Embryology
Cryobiology
Astrobiology
Epidemiology
Hematology
Morphology
Ecology
Chronobiology
Cryobiology
Biochemistry
Molecular biology
Limnology
Important Note/Tips

1-All research minded students of Biological Sciences must read the books of Turkish scholar Harun Yahya (Adnan Oktar). He a great Islamic creationist, who have scientifically proved that evolution theory is a 100% wrong theory. His books will enable you to think out of the box.

2- Many students think that MBBS and BDS are the two only choices for Biology students. Its not a right perception at all. There are many alternatives of MBBS and BDS. In short you may succeed in any field where you will concentrate.

Who Should Study Biology?
A person with curious and observant nature must study this subject.
Those who have soft nature and love for plants and animals.
Who have Analytical mind and urge to serve the humanity.
Patient, self-discipline and research lovers can also join this line.
For field tours and out door research in far flung areas you must have strong mental and physical stamina.
Who have ability to work as a team or independently.
Ability to communicate in international languages is also required for researcher in Biological Sciences.
For administrative posts you must have strong research, management and communication skills.
You must love this field otherwise you can never get any distinction in your career.

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