M.Sc.(Ag.) Agronomy is designed to provide the knowledge and practical skills in crop management and crop improvement. Students gain a combination of practical expertise and academic understanding to develop key skills in this area of Agronomy including the latest advances in plant protection and soil health.
|Admission Fee#||INR 5,000/-||–||–||–|
|Acad/Tuition Fee||INR 22,700/-||INR 22,800/-||INR 22,700/-||INR 22,800/-|
|Development Fee||INR 1,500/-||INR 1,500/-||INR 1,500/-||INR 1,500/-|
|Enrollment Fees||INR 2,000/-||–||–||–|
|University Exam Fee||INR 4,000/-||INR 4,000/-||INR 4,000/-||INR 4,000/-|
|Security Deposit*||INR 5,000/-||–||–||–|
|Total (INR)||INR 40,200/-||INR 28,300/-||INR 28,200/-||INR 28,300/-|
M.Sc. Agronomy professionals have lot of opportunities in government, banking, NGOs, and corporate sectos.
B.Sc. (Ag.) 45% and 40% in case of SC/ST categories
Ans. M.Sc. Agronomy professionals have big responsibilities to complete the food requirement for increasing population of India. To overcome this situation Government Department of Agriculture, Department of Horticulture, Plant protection organizations, Banking sector, NGOs and private sectors require M.Sc. Agronomy post graduates every year. However, most of the students tend to pursue Ph.D. in Agronomy for better prospect.
Ans. M.Sc. (Ag.) Agronomy is the most demanding professional degree in the present scenario. Most of the government, banking, NGOs and private sectors have huge requirement to complete their targets and achievements. M.Sc. (Ag.) Agronomy focuses on providing in depth academic intellect along with skills required in field and laboratory.
Ans. Yes, it is mandatory to have agriculture in B.Sc. for opting M.Sc. agronomy.
Ans. Following institutions and industries are in the search of M.Sc. Agronomy professional Indian agriculture research Institute, New Delhi, G.B.P.U.A&T. Pantnagar, TNAU, Punjab Agriculture University etc. Government Jobs sectors- Department of agriculture, Department of horticulture, Nationalized Banks, Private banks National and state seed corporations, KVKs, NABARD, NGOs, etc. Private companies- like Monsanto, Maharastra hybrid seeds private Ltd. VNR, Rashi seeds, Syngenta, Chambal fertilizers etc.