What to do after M.Sc in Mathematics in India-Jobs in Mathematics

Career in Mathematics in India:
Mathematics as a subject has a huge scope to make a career for both in Govt & Non-Govt Sectors.

Govt jobs in India:

 RBI takes Statistical Research Officer for the purpose of Statistical Data Analysis & Research work. Eligibility: M.Sc in Mathematics & a post-graduate diploma in Statistics.

 There are various research organisations in India for research in the fields of Mathematics after M.Sc. And to be a professor in Colleges or Universities or Institutions an M.Sc degree is essential & Ph.d holders will get advantages. To be a school teacher B.Sc in Mathematics is the required eligibility.

(3) RESEARCHER: Mathematics as a core subject has various dimensions in the field of research. Some government organisations took Mathematics students for various research fields. Also after M.Sc in Mathematics you can go for a ph.d through GATE,NET,NBHM.Also apply for TIFR,IISC,ISI,CMI,IISER for ph.d in Mathematical fields.

(4) COMBINED DEFENCE SERVICE: Indian Air Force,Naval Academy recruits Mathematics graduates for different posts in Defence through UPSC exam.

(5) Public Sector & Banks: A Mathematics graduate can also apply in Govt Banks for the post of officer in Banks.

Private Jobs in Mathematics:-

(1) Operations Research Analysts: Operations research has been defined as an interdisciplinary branch of applied mathematics and formal science that uses advanced analytical methods such as mathematical modeling, statistical analysis, and mathematical optimization to arrive at optimal or near-optimal solutions to complex decision-making problems. Eligibility: M.Sc in Mathematics with specialization in Operations Research/M.Sc in Operations Research.

(2) Mathematician: mathematician is a person whose primary area of study or research is mathematics. Mathematician are concerned with particular problems related to logic, space, transformations, numbers and more general ideas which encompass these concepts. They do research, come up with problems and solutions, etc.

(3)Computer Systems Analysts: Professionals in this field use IT tools to help enterprises of all sizes achieve their goals. Most systems analysts work with specific types of computer systems – for example, business, accounting, and financial systems or scientific and engineering system to prepare cost-benefit and return-on-investment analysis to help management decide whether implementing the proposed technology would be financially feasible.

(4)Data Analyst: The leading job in modern times is the job of data analysis. A good knowledge of SAS,SPSS can help you to get this type of job with a marginal ability in the fields of Mathematics. After M.Sc in Mathematics,if you take some courses on SAS then it will help you to make a career as an Analyst.

(5) Financial Advisor:- This is also a good option after M.Sc in Applied Mathematics. Finance sectors has a huge demand of Mathematicians.

Mathematics offer opportunities in Software, Insurance, Market Research, Education, Securities, Banking Sector, Economics, Engineering, Computer Science, Physics, etc.