Ph.D in Environmental Sciences receive a broad interdisciplinary education and become skilled in communicating and problem solving, two major components needed to succeed in policy making and management. Candidates also gain competence in research techniques ranging from experimental and sampling design to hypothesis testing and estimation. Department has been offering Ph.D in Environment Chemistry, Systematic studies on Environment pollution, (Groundwater & surface water pollution), Ecosystem & Ecology, Plant Ecology, Environment Biotechnology, Environment Microbiology, Environment monitoring, Environment impact assessment, Biodiversity conservation etc.
Career prospects in environmental sciences exist in academia, where candidates can teach and conduct research and can work in capacities such as Lecturers, Ecologist, Environmentalist, Geographer, Conservation Scientist, Hydrologist, Energy Conservationist, Climate Change Analyst, Botanist, Wildlife Biologist and so on.
Other career possibilities are available in Government and Industry, such as in environmental consulting firms/Wastewater Treatment plants/STPs and major oil companies. Government positions in various agencies, such as Geological Survey, the Environmental Protection Agency, and national laboratories, are other options.