I think the best approach is to flee abroad on scholarship. Germany is good and you can easily get it there. Doing Mphil from abroad means you have to complete PhD also from there. So if you can manage 5-6 years of studies abroad that will be good. If you are planning going abroad then I will advice go for Mphil leading to PhD program. It will be easy to once get into uni and graduate as PhD scholar.
Job is the place where you might struggle. I mean vacancies are short and more applicants are present. Luckily I got into first job I applied at Chugtais Lahore Lab as Molecular Biologist. Its a diagnostic lab and I am serving at its Molecular Pathology Department.
Already completed BSC and also Mphil. Finding Internship wasn't problem. Easily got 3 months internship at CAMB. My classmates got into SBS, PPSC etc.
Well in BSC there wasn't such Research thing. Only Internship was required from any institute or private lab. I mean you don't need a proper research proposal. In MPhil research is compulsory. And the funding thing depends on your scale of work. I had to spend around 40-50K on my research but the work was little expensive. I knew that thing from start. My other batch fellows spent around 3000 to 5000 and got their thesis done. Also HEC provides 75K funds to Mphil students but the procedure takes usually 2-3 months for approval. Few of my class mates also applied for fund and used them in their research.
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