Toxicologists work mainly in industry and governments, but also at universities. Their tasks range from testing for the effects of particular chemicals, determining their concentrations, assessing risks by interpreting data, and searching for mechanisms of toxicity. There are many subspecialties such as Clinical Toxicology, Industrial Toxicology and Environmental Toxicology, offering opportunities for specialized employment. Toxicology is a major component in the pharmaceutical industry. The B.Sc Toxicology Program at Guru Nanak University prepares students for a career in industry, private consulting, and government. We thrive best in our teaching and research program. The secret of success of the department lies in the academic environment and close ties between teachers and students. While one enjoys such flexibility, a rigid discipline is maintained as far as the classes and projects are concerned.
- The job profiles after the B.Sc Toxicology course are Biomedical / Biotechnology Industry, Chemical Industry, Pharmaceutical Industry / Science, Healthcare Companies etc. Students after graduation can pursue Post graduation and PhD in relevant field.
Passed 10+2 examination in Science stream with Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics / Biology as compulsory subjects with atleast 50% marks from a recognized board of the country