I am interested in pursuing cell biology.
I just want to know whether it is a part of biotechnology or biological sciences and what is the difference between the two.
And what should I do to pursue cell biology - Mtech or MS?
B.Tech and MTech are Engineering degrees, while BSc, MSc and MS have little inclination towards Engineering and more towards core subjects.
If you are not interested in Engineering, BSc → MSc → MS or direct PhD could be the ideal career path for you.
Core jobs are mainly:
2) Quality Process Engineer
3) Production Engineer in Food/Pharma industry
4) Researcher in Pharma companies
5) Computational Bioscientist
6) Scientist in govt research labs like CSIR
Non-core jobs represent whole array of jobs present in the corporate world, which you might land up because of you interpersonal skills and aptitude, rather than the degree you pursued. Examples can be: Software engineer, Associate consultant, Business Analyst, Finance Analyst, Officer in Banks etc
Hope it helps
Let me know if you have any other query