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M.Sc. Horticulture

(2 Years Full Time)


M.Sc. Horticulture
  • MSc. Horticulture is a postgraduate program that focuses on the study of plants, their growth, cultivation, and management techniques.
  • This course provides students with advanced knowledge and skills in the field of horticulture, enabling them to pursue careers in various areas of plant science.

Course Features

  • The curriculum includes both theoretical and practical components, allowing students to gain hands-on experience in horticultural techniques and research methods.
  • The course covers a wide range of topics, from plant biology and genetics to crop management and marketing, providing students with a comprehensive understanding of horticultural systems and practices.
  • The program is designed to meet the needs of students with different backgrounds and interests, offering a variety of elective courses and research opportunities.
  • The course is taught by experienced faculty members with expertise in various areas of horticulture, providing students with access to the latest research and industry trends.
  • The course includes opportunities for students to engage in industry partnerships, internships, and research projects, enabling them to apply their skills and knowledge in real-world settings.
  • Students will gain a deep understanding of the principles and practices of horticulture, including plant growth and development, plant genetics, and plant propagation.
  • Students will learn to apply scientific techniques and methods to horticulture research and practice, including plant breeding, crop management, and disease control.
  • Students will develop skills in plant identification, classification, and preservation, as well as in the use of specialized horticultural tools and equipment.
  • Students will acquire knowledge of sustainable horticultural practices, including organic farming, integrated pest management, and greenhouse production.
  • Students will be able to analyze and evaluate horticultural systems and practices and develop solutions to horticultural problems.



  • A bachelor's degree in Agriculture/Horticulture
  • 6.00/10 or equivalent OGPA/equivalent percentage of marks for general category candidates and 5.50/10 or equivalent OGPA/equivalent percentage of marks for SC/ST/PH category candidates at Bachelor's degree level.
  • Candidates with 3-year Bachelor Degree should undergo one-year remedial courses before registering for regular courses




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