M.Sc. Agronomy – UCBMSH, Dehradun, Uttarakhand – India

M.Sc. Agronomy – UCBMSH, Dehradun, Uttarakhand – India
Starts from:Mon, August 1, 2016 10:00AM - 4:00PM
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Campus Location

Uttaranchal (P.G.) College of Bio-Medical Sciences & Hospital, Near I.S.B.T, Sewla Khurd, GMS - Transport Nagar Road,Dehradun,Uttarakhand,India

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Course Feature
  • Course Type Master Degree
  • Min Qualification B.Sc. Agriculture
  • Duration 2 years
  • Seats 30
Class Description

UCBMSH is the best M.Sc. Agronomy College in Dehradun India.

The term agronomy is derived from the two Greek words agros, meaning field, and nomos, meaning to manage. Thus agronomy has been defined as the art and science of field crop production and management.

  • Agronomy is the application of science and technology from the fields of biology, chemistry, economics, ecology, soil science, water science, pest management and genetics to the improvement and management of the major food crops of the world.
  • Agronomy is differentiated from the plant sciences of horticulture, pomology, range science, and other applied plant sciences by the specific crops considered and the scope. Agronomic crops are those that occupy large acreage, and are the bases of the world’s food and fiber production systems, often mechanized. Examples are wheat, rice, corn, soybean, alfalfa and forage crops, beans, sugar beets, canola, and cotton. Also called ‘field crops’, these crops typically consist of a large majority of a country’s agricultural acreage and crop revenue.
  • Agronomy is a science that looks at agriculture from an integrated, holistic perspective, informing practical decisions pertaining to food and fiber production.
  • Agronomy considers the whole range of influences on crop production, including climate and adaptation, soil, water and water availability, crop genetics, the properties of the soil and how the soil interacts with the growing crop; what nutrients the crop needs; the ways that crops grow and develop; and how best to control weeds, insects, fungi, and other crop pests. Non-biological considerations such as economic requirements and consumer and farmer behavior also inform agronomic practices, as do environmental constraints.

M.Sc. Agronomy course is 2 year post graduate program which  is the best suited for those students who want to be an Agronomist after being  a part of  M.Sc. Agronomy college in Dehradun.
After completing the course, Students get prior options in diversified field either they can join Ph.D. program or work as an Agronomist in any industry. Since many years, UCBMSH is first preference of the students to be a part of the best M.Sc. Agronomy colleges in Dehradun India.
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