Ph.D. in Botany is 3-year doctorate degree in Botany. Botany is a branch of biological science that focuses on the study of plants and how they survive and interact with other living and nonliving components of the environment. At undergraduate and graduate levels, the curriculum of the course typically consists of lecture-based lessons, lab sessions, and field research. Doctoral programs however, focus more on research.
Eligible candidates aspiring to pursue the course need to have attained a Master’s degree in the relevant discipline with a minimum aggregate score of 55% (50% for SC/ST/PH candidates) or an equivalent grade from a recognized university/institute of higher learning.
Specialized areas for Ph.D.:
– Plant Ecology
– Plant Physiology and biochemistry
– Angiosperm taxonomy
– Cytogenetics and plant breeding
– Plant pathology
On going projects:
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ii. Development of natural cut flower preservatives