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Masters in Botany at Don Bosco University offers unique opportunities for research and specializations in the cutting-edge Botanical technologies. The University’s campus is rich with flora and fauna which makes it a perfect place to immerse in Botanical studies - to explore various plants right from single celled algae to the giant banyan trees, toxic mushrooms to medicinal plants and further develop scientific curiosity and knowledge.

Intensive laboratory exercises and exposure to field study and hands on experience in tissue culture, biofertilizer technology, plant pathology and protection will prepare a Master Degree student in Botany at Don Bosco University to work in various government departments and private companies including environment and wildlife conservation, agriculture, horticulture, ecotourism, forestry, food technology, biotechnological firms and pharmaceutical companies.

Number of Seats

  • 30 Seats in each programme (40 for Botany and Zoology)

Eligibility Criteria

  • Graduation in any area of Life Sciences with 50% of the aggregate and Chemistry as a subject. Those who have a background in Botany at Bachelor’s Degree will have an advantage.
  • Provisional Admission: Applicants who have not yet obtained their Bachelor’s Degree also may apply for admission. Such candidates would be offered provisional admission until they furnish evidence of fulfilling the eligibility criterion stated in (1) above within 3 months of the commencement of the programme.

Location

  • Tapesia Campus

COURSE STRUCTURE

Semester I
Phycology
Mycology
Bryophytes, Pteridophytes and Gymnosperms
Angiosperms
Lab
Lab
Semester II
Plant Ecology
Microbiology
Cytogenetics and Plant Breeding
Plant Physiology
Lab
Lab
Semester III
Plant Biochemistry and Biotechnology
Cell and Molecular Biology
Environmental Management, Research Methodology and Biostatistics
Biochemical, Molecular Techniques, and Bioinformatics
Lab
Lab
Dissertation Phase I
Semester IV
Microbial Genetics and Applied Microbiology
Plant Cell and Tissue Culture
Plant Pathology and Plant Protection
Biofertilizer Technology
Herbal Medicine
Biodiversity and its Conservation
Lab
Field Study
Dissertation Phase II
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