• Code120302
  • DeliveryFull-time
  • Length2 Years
  • CredentialM.Sc. (Master of Science in Agriculture)

Program Description

Crop growth analysis in relation to environment; agro-ecological zones of India. Quantitative agro-biological principles and inverse yield nitrogen law; Mitscherlich yield equation, its interpretation and applicability; Baule unit. Effect of lodging in cereals; optimization of plant population and planting geometry in relation to different resources, concept of ideal plant type and crop modeling for desired crop yield. Scientific principles of crop production; crop response production functions; concept of soil- plant relations; yield and environmental stress. Integrated farming systems, organic farming, and resource conservation technology including modern concept of tillage; dry farming. Determining the nutrient needs for yield potentiality of crop plants, concept of balanced nutrition and integrated nutrient management; precision agriculture

Tuition Fee



  • 1st Year ₹2,60,000
  • 2nd Year ₹2,30,000
  • 1st Sem ₹1,45,000
  • 2nd Sem ₹1,15,000
  • 3rd Sem ₹1,15,000
  • 4th Sem ₹1,15,000

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M.Sc. (Master of Science in Agriculture)
Admission Requirement

The student should have secured a minimum of 50% aggregate marks or equivalent grade in B.Sc/B.Tech (Agriculture/Forestry/Horticulture or other allied disciplines) from a UGC recognized University, to be eligible for this program.

M.Sc. (Master of Science in Agriculture) Syllabus

Semester 1
Semester 2
Semester 3
Semester 4
List of Minor Courses
List of Supporting Courses
List of Common Compulsory Courses

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