A vision to impart in depth knowledge of agricultural sciences
M.Sc. Agronomy is a postgraduate Agriculture course. Agronomy is the application of the various soil and plant sciences to soil management and crop production. Subjects studied under this degree are modern concepts in crop production, physiology of drought, herbicides and crop production, physiological aspect of crop yield, principles of crop nutrition, physiology of crop plants, advanced irrigation agronomy, agricultural research organizations, advanced crop ecology, applied conservation agronomy, arid zone agronomy, cropping and farming systems and agro-meteorology. After passing the course, students have many opportunities in various fields.
Aspiring students should have passed B.Sc. (Agriculture) or an equivalent qualifying examination recognized by the University with at least 50% marks in aggregate.
Learn about what is the future scope of M.Sc Agronomy
After passing the Master Degree course, students have further teaching and research studies options. They can also join the Indian Agricultural Research Institute (IARI), Delhi as a junior fellow researcher. Candidates can work in the private sector on applied research and product development or engage in basic research, mainly in universities or government agencies. They can also become an agricultural scientists who can also work as consultants to business firms, private clients or to government.
|Semester Fee||Examination Fee||Eligibility||Affiliation||Course Duration|
|₹30,000 / Semester||As per University Norms||B.Sc Agriculture||Affiliated to Sri Dev Suman UttarakhandUniversity, Badshahithol (Tihri)(A State Govt. University of Uttarakhand)||Two years|
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