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Sir,I wanted to become astronomer and wanted to know in which institutions I can pursue B.Sc in Astronomy after 12th with PCM.Iam in need of your guidance right now because Iam going to appear 12th Council exam in the month of Vfebruary ,2016.

  Posted by : Momuon Haokip , Manipur
On : 2.1.2016
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A doctoral degree is the usual educational requirement to become an astronomer, since most of the work tends to be related to research and development. Since universities offering undergraduate programme in Astronomy are rarely found, one can join for a major/ honours in Physics with Mathematics as a subsidiary subject. Thereafter, take a master's degree in Physics or Astronomy. After the successful completion of MSc, one can do specialization in astronomy leading to Ph. D. which enables one to become an astronomer/ astronaut/ astrophysicist or a scientist/ research officer etc. in the field of space research.
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  Posted By : RAHUL , SHIMLA
On : 2.1.2018

I don't know whether there is any institute offers B.Sc astronomy courses in India.
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  Posted By : Roseline Regite , Kochi
On : 7.1.2016

i appear for hsc science this year and i wants to become an astronomer .i wanted to know if there any institute in pune offering bsc in astronomy and cut off for that college and admission date.

  Posted by : soha , mumbai
On : 30.4.2015
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i am doing +2 in science and i want to become a astrochemist but i don't know what to do after +2 , what to do in graduation and the institute give graduation in astrochemistry in India so can you help?

  Posted by : neel , mumbai
On : 21.4.2015
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Even I am going to the astrophysics.But astrophysics or astrochemistry UG programmes are not available in India as there is not much scope for this field.However I have decided to take physics or mathematics as major in UG.After completion of undergraduation programme I will take astrophysics in PG programme along with integrated phd.So even you can follow my method.Take chemistry as you can get perfection in this field because astrochemistry is the branch of chemistry.

  Posted By : Bihaag.S.Desai , Dharwad
On : 17.5.2015
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