hi guys! perhaps you will be able to help me out!

India
December 3, 2006 10:34am CST
You see, I want to become an astrophysicist, but I have found out that in India(my country) there isn't much facility or scope for this branch, except in research, but even thta isn't exactly fabulous, so please tell me about various opportunities and avenues you know for a student(undergraduate) like me? please help, I will appreciate any help, big or small! Thanks for hearing me out!
2 responses
@kaniam (582)
• India
19 Dec 06
infacti am a senior b.tech studentthan you optingforthe same streme for learning. i have decided to a plan to start the opperchunity for me .as for me i will first complete the degree and sit for the GRE exam there after the toefl and finally you have to decide for the continenetof yourcontainment . i mean whetheryouwant tostudy at america or the europe , i personally suggest you the america and england. becausethese are the two countries whereyou can study in english until the end of yourM/sdegree allother european countries and japan anad chinese colleges teach the first year in english and theresfterthe shift to their vernacular , so the choiceis yours andthe opperchunoity awaits
@kaniam (582)
• India
19 Dec 06
ican help you feel free toask any problem i am from Electronics and communications department
@kaniam (582)
• India
19 Dec 06
i can help you feel free to ask any help i am from thestremeelectronics and communications department
@mvsrao (4370)
• India
3 Dec 06
After Post Graduation , you can try for higher studies (PhD) at United States / United Kingdom / Germany / Russia ... if you are hardworking then you might get scholarship to study abroad ...
• India
6 Dec 06
thanks for replying, and I am sorry for not coming earlier, Mr. Rao. anyways, can you please tell me about any universityies you know about? And are you in some related field?
@mvsrao (4370)
• India
6 Dec 06
at present , I'd suggest to aim for research at abroad . you know that you have to achieve merit in studies for this ... I am not on a related field . you may see wikipedia for general information : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Astro_physics