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Master of Science (Horticulture-Vegetable Science)

  • Duration

    4 Semester (2 Years)

  • Course Fee

    60,000 (Per Annum)

  • Exam Fee


  • NSQF

    8 To 9

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The title of the programme is approved u/s 22 of University Grants Commission (UGC) Act 1956.

It is a postgraduate course under the aegis of Agriculture Sciences with specialization concerning the study of vegetables. The duration of M.Sc in Horticulture (Vegetable Science) is about 2 years, which are divided into four semesters.

In this course offering, the students are made aware of the innovative scientific approaches and practices of vegetable cultivation. The postgraduates are imbued with diversified skills and tools of horticulture science, and the related technologies and plant production strategies that would have to be put into actual use. The course also encapsulates the pest and insect management approaches to enhance the yield of the vegetable crops.  A macro consideration is that of the production fields and the distinct aspects of it. The post-graduates can also employ their skills and talent for further research fields or avenues of it being essentially vegetable science.

60,000 (Per Annum)

B.Sc. (Agriculture/ Allied Stream) or eq.

The basic eligibility criteria required to pursue M.Sc in Horticulture (Vegetable Science) is a pass degree of Graduation in Horticulture, second class degree with honors from a recognized college or university.

Candidates who have accomplished graduation in agriculture and botany are also eligible for admission to this PG course.

  • A candidate who possesses a M.Sc. degree in horticulture, and that too with specialization in vegetable science, has enormous potential that would fit across numerous job profiles.
  • The most prominent of these involve the posts of professor, lecturer, associate lecturer or assistant professor across many agricultural colleges and universities.
  • Whether you have your own piece of land or you want to be full time or part-time horticulturist, completion of the course implies full knowledge to actually become successful in such independent business endeavors.
  • A growing export industry, increasing product demands and advances in horticultural technology actually has the potential to diversify the different aspects of professional opportunities.
  • One can work in a wide range of areas in botanical gardens, agribusiness, crop management, etc.
  • One can also render services as a scientist in the field of vegetable sciences.
  • Moreover, the training institutes welcome such candidates for the posts of training organizers.
  • They can go for higher degree programs for further research work.