M. Sc. (Genetic and Plant breeding)

M. Sc. Genetics and Plant breeding course is a branch of agriculture through genetic technology, it is a 2- year postgraduate degree that is affiliated by the Shri Dev Suman University. The program is truly interdisciplinary, with membership from agronomy, biochemistry, botany, forest and wildlife ecology, genetics, horticulture, plant pathology, and statistics. Plant Breeding is the science and art of improving crop plants through the study and application of genetics, agronomy, statistics, plant pathology, entomology, and related sciences.

M. Sc. Genetics and Plant Breeding Eligibility

Eligibility criteria for the M. Sc. Genetics and Plant Breeding are given below:-

  • B. Sc. Agriculture with a minimum of 50%

M. Sc. Genetics and Plant Breeding course fees

M. Sc. Genetics and plant Breeding course fee structure is given below of session 2020-21

M. Sc. Genetics and Plant breeding subjects

Subjects for the M. Sc. Genetics and Plant breeding students studying in

M. Sc. Genetics and Plant Breeding Career

These are the profile there you are applying after the course are given below to the content:-

  • Plant Breeder:- Plant breeders (also known as geneticists) conduct scientific research in plant and crop-based agriculture to improve plant breeding techniques and develop new strains of crops. Plant breeders work to grow disease and drought-resistant crops while increasing yields to meet consumer needs.
  • Agronomist:- Agronomists are scientists who search for ways to increase soil productivity (in other words, to raise more food on the same amount of soil). They also work to improve seed quality and nutritional value of crops. They may serve in soil testing, land assessment or planning, and management positions.
  • Research Associate:- Research partners help companies increase workload and improve products. They gather data, conduct design tests and help ensure that the information is properly recorded and evaluated. They can also participate in clean and administrative duties.
  • Professor:- Professors (Level E) provides academic leadership to the University, primarily promoting excellence and performance in research, teaching, professional activities, and policy development at various levels - within the academic discipline, within the academic unit, within the institution.
  • Lecturer:- Lecturers are subject matter experts who design, develop and deliver content using multiple methods and platforms. They build course materials, lesson plans, and syllabi, conduct research and fieldwork, engage with students, assist with processing applications, and also participate in interviews, conferences and meetings.
  • Cotton Agronomist:- Agronomists experiment to develop the best methods to increase the quality and production of crops. Based on their experiments, agronomists work with farmers to help them grow the best possible crops such as corn, cotton, soybeans, and wheat.

M. Sc. Genetics and Plant Breeding Scope

The M. Sc. is a 2-year post-graduate course in genetics and plant breeding, divided into 4 semesters of 6 months each. There is an advanced study of the course: Methods of improvement of crops and plants by giving them desirable traits. The M. Sc. Generic and plant breeding can build their career in the following fields such as Agriculture Ministry, Agriculture Sector, Nurseries, Plant Breeding Centres, Plantation Crop Farms, Colleges & Universities

Ask & Answer

What to do after M. Sc. Genetics and Plant Breeding?
After the M. Sc. Genetics is such a postgraduate course they are hired as senior scientific officers - molecular genetics, technical assistants - molecular genetics, associate professors - medical genetics, national sales managers - genetics, sales and marketing executive, etc.
What can I do after M. Sc. Genetics and Plant Breeding?
One can pursue genetics as a career by taking courses such as bachelors, masters and doctoral degrees. Genetics is a wide field and assesses applicability in cancer research, neonatal defects, nutrigenomics, DNA sample analysis, etc. The field of genetics allows you to work in medicine as well as scientific research.
What is M. Sc. Genetics and Plant breeding?
M. Sc. genetics is the branch of science that deals with the study of animals, plants, and humans. Genetic candidates usually study genetic variation, genes, and heredity in living organisms.
What are the jobs after M. Sc. Genetics and plant breeding?

These are the jobs where M. Sc. Genetic and plant breeding students can build their career:

  • Vegetable Discovery Genetic
  • Scientist - Discovery Plant/Crop Breeder
  • Assistant Grower
  • Plant Research Associate
  • Research Associate
  • Plant Research Specialist
  • Assistant Breeding Project Lead
  • Plant Delivery Team Lead
What should I do after M. Sc. Genetics?

These are the profile there you are applying after the M. Sc. Genetics:-

  • Assistant Professor
  • Genetics Laboratory Technician
  • Clinical Geneticist
  • Regulatory Process Manager
  • Biotech Sales Engineer
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