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M.Sc. (Hort.) Fruit Science is a two year post graduate programme which involves the study of plant harvesting, growing trees and landscape architecture of fruit trees. It also includes breeding, storage, packaging and shipment of fruit crops.
B.Sc. (Hons) Agriculture/ related degrees with minimum 60% marks for general and 55% for SC/ ST/ PH/ other reserved category candidates or equivalent CGPA
Employ horticultural science expertise to the resolution of farming-related problems.
Have knowledge and aptitude for problem-solving and critical thinking towards horticulture production
Develop and use the most appropriate fruit production methods, resources, and IT tools while being aware of their constraints.
Assess societal, health, safety, legal, and cultural issues, as well as the resulting duties, in relation to the professional practice of horticulture.
Recognize the effects of expert horticultural solutions in the context of society and the environment for sustainable development.
Develop into tenacious individuals who challenge, practice, and use the knowledge gained to develop solutions to problems in horticultural production.
Effectively perform on a personal level, as a team player or leader in a varied agribusiness organization, and in multidisciplinary situations.
Incorporate moral principles to teaching and research in the various agricultural science fields.
Get the in-depth knowledge of plants with good production potential and rootstock tolerance.
Demonstrate scientific skills for maintaining high yielding varieties and nutrient management in horticultural crops.
Possess interpersonal abilities, professionalism in their creative work, a sense of moral obligation, and a dedication to society on both local and global scale.
To demonstrate written and oral communication (PSO1).
To understand the basic concept of crop production technologies in fruit crops (PSO2).
To collect data, analyze data in solving problems of farmers by conducting applied research in horticulture (PSO3).
Apply their research expertise in recommending good agriculture practices in fruits for enhancing production and income of the farming communities.