GH Raisoni University, Saikheda, M.P. offers MSc (Agri) in the Plant Pathology Programme. GHRU’s MSc in Plant Pathology entails learning about Plants infected by diseases caused due to environmental factors. This course offers Plant Bacteriology and Virology, Biological Control, Seed Pathology, Crop Ecology etc. MSc (Argi) in Plant Pathology is a great field to build your career in. The MSc Agri Department has laid out some specific goals. To develop synergy between creativity, innovation and in-depth knowledge in the chosen field of study.
Students must have a BSc (Agri)/ BSc (Horticulture)/ BSc Forestry Degree or any equivalent degree to be eligible for the MSc Plant Pathology Programme. Students must have a four-year graduate degree from an Agriculture Based Universities.
Students need to appear for the CET i.e. the Common Entrance Test for MSc Plant Pathology conducted by GH Raisoni University for the academic year.
Admissions for this postgraduate programme are on a merit basis. The admissions will be based on CET for the current year organized by the Maharashtra Agricultural Universities Examination Board (MAUEB) and CGPA of the graduate degree exam in the proportion of 70:30 without weightages, respectively. Minimum 55% marks for open category students and 50% marks for SC, ST, VJ (a), NT(b), NT(c), NT (d), OBC, SBC, SEBC, EWS PH category students is compulsory for admission in MSc in (Agri)in Plant Pathology Programme.
MSc in Plant Pathology graduates can develop a career in the Agrochemical sector, Diagnostic Facilities, Laboratory Researchers, Seed and Plant Production Companies etc. With a high demand in the private and government sector, plenty of opportunities are available for Plant Pathologists. Students wishing to gain an in-depth knowledge of this field can also pursue research studies in genetic engineering.
Pursue a career in Plant Pathology Tissue culture, Agri Based Experiments, Lecturership, Plant Research etc.
Here are the job opportunities that are available after MSc (Agri) in Plant Pathology