M.Sc.(Botany)

Programme Details

Botany refers to the science involving study of plants and other flora. A tremendously interesting field, botanists get opportunities in bio-sciences, drug companies, fruit growers, seed companies and biological supply houses. Job opportunities often vary but large firms often hire M.SC botanists for their research, lab testing and other research related to the field. In academia too there is tremendous opportunity for employment, as Botany students join as senior faculty in colleges and institutes of merit.

Students interested in pursuing a Master of Science degree in Botany must look at completing the same from institutes of repute in India. As botany is a vast science, one needs to be taught and mentored by skilled teachers. They should be adept at bringing the best from an aspiring botany student and also mentor them for further opportunities.

Sandip University is one such all inclusive institute where in its sprawling campus it has a complete two years program for pursuing Masters in Botany. Located in a scenic region, students of botany will enjoy learning in a floral landscape that has benefits like a full stocked botanical library, premier faculty, and an ultra modern bio lab having all the necessary learning aids.

Students of botany are fueled with a deep passion that only gets further refined in this exclusive masters course. Come join us at Sandip University and allow us to make you bloom in your botanical career.

Eligibility Graduation from respective stream or equivalent course or in from any recognized University with minimum 50% marks for general (open) category and 45% marks for students of SC and ST category.
Duration 2 years

1st Year Fee : Rs 45000 per annum

Hostel Fee Rs. 65000 per annum + 5000 security deposit.

Please note fees for (examination, eligibility, sports etc.) will be charged extra,

Ist Semester IInd Semester
• Non-Vascular and Cryptograms • Systematic Vascular Plants [Pteridophytes, Gymnosperms & Angiosperms]
• Techniques in Botany • Applied Phycology and Mycology
• Cells and Molecular Biology • Plant Physiology
• Taxonomy and Plant Anatomy • Plant Biotechnology and Bioinformatics
• Laboratory — I • Laboratory — III
• Laboratory - II • Laboratory - IV
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