This field has a bright future. Nanotechnologists can work in each and every department and field. A nanotechnologist has to work on research and development strategies. The field of nanotechnology has been too supportive field for the Indian economy. Tremendous job opportunities are present. It is said that, by 2016 2.2 million jobs are made available for the nanotechnologists. They can work in the areas of:- Aerospace industries, Biotechnology, Cosmetics, Environmental monitoring and control, Food science, Lab research, Materials science, Pharmaceuticals and Military. The pay scale offered to the nanotechnologist is compatibly very high. This field has opened doors for many career opportunities in India for the students.
To be a nanotechnologist, you have to clear 10+2 examination with 60% marks in CM group. Then you can take admissions in BSC. Then you can do MSC in the same field and profession. This will also add to your additional skills and qualifications.
Taking admissions in the bachelor’s degree, all you need to do is to crack of the entrance examinations that are conducted every year in June. You have to crack the entrance examinations. Then you are allowed to take admissions in the respective colleges and universities. A bachelor’s degree in engineering will also be very helpful to become a nanotechnologist. Good analytic skills and tendency to do research work is what is needed to become a nanotechnologist. Good programming and communication skills will be a surplus advantage to be in this profession.
JOB PROFILE:- The key responsibility of a nanotechnologist is do research work and development work.
The salary given to the nanotechnologist varies with the variation in the industry standards and formats. There are various job opportunities in this field. People have wider career options as a nanotechnologist.