Slowly but steadily, professionalism is making its presence felt in the agriculture sector of India. Prospects of agricultural scientists and educated agriculturists are increasing, and a good number of universities are offering courses in M.Sc Agriculture and postgraduate course of M.Sc with various agricultural specializations like horticulture, forestry, marine fisheries, inland fisheries, sericulture, apiculture (beekeeping) aquaculture, tissue culture, plant breeding, plant biotechnology, environment management, irrigation, soil quality management, etc. We list the prospective jobs and its average salaries in agriculture sector as a suggestive information for B.Sc agriculture graduates.
Institute of Agriculture has M.sc (Ag) in the following subject:
Admissions in all courses which are offered by the University will be done As per Merit basis based on marks of qualifying examination, who are eligible (fulfill the eligibility as per criterion) and shall be done strictly according to it. The admission procedure will be completed before the commencement of the academic session or the last date of the admission decided by the Academic Council.
Above all degree programs are of two years (4 Semesters) duration. A student having B.Sc. (Ag) or B.Sc. Horticulture degree with 50% marks may take admission in any one of above programs.
Duration : 2 Years
Intake : As per UGC norms