MSc Agriculture (Plant Pathology)

MSc Agriculture (Plant Pathology) at Shoolini University is the study of fungi, bacteria, viruses, nematodes, and other microbes that cause plant diseases. The focus is on understanding how hosts, pathogens, and environments interact to cause plant diseases and methods to control them. Students are trained to specialise in plant health so groom experts in identifying the symptoms of different plant diseases, disease management and treatment through chemicals.

Faculty members at Shoolini University are an alumnus of leading global and Indian campuses such as NIH, Oxford, IIT and more. 

Located at the foothills of the Himalayas, along with a rural setting and clean air, Shoolini University provides the right environment for study of agriculture.

Key areas of research

Fungual Pathology | Viral Pathology | Bacterial Pathology

Career Opportunities after MSc Agriculture (Plant Pathology)

  • Gazetted Post (Agriculture Extension Officer, Agriculture Development Officer, Horticulture Extension Officer etc.)
  • Marketing officer Research and Development officer in Private Companies 
  • Non-Gazetted Post (Junior Extension Officer, Village Level Worker etc.)
  • Subject Matter Specialist in Plant Protection (KVK)  
  • Agriculture Officer in banks
  • Technical officer in plant quarantine
  • Opening of Agri-clinics
Course Name
MSc Agriculture (Plant Pathology)

Eligibility
BSc (Agri)/Horticulture with 6.00/10 OGPA or 60% marks.

Admission Criteria
Shoolini University's multiple choice entrance test, and faculty interaction.

Duration
2 years

Semester Fee
₹ 54,065
 
* One-time refundable security fee of Rs. 10,000

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