B.Sc (Hons) in Horticulture
4 Years ( 8 Semester )
Students who have passed HS/10+2 (Science) with minimum 50% marks in aggregate with PCB will be eligible to apply for admission. The minimum marks for eligibility is 45% in aggregate for reserve categories.
Plant Propagation and Nursery Management; Tropical and Subtropical Fruits; Tropical and Subtropical Fruits; Orchard and Estate Management; Plantation Crops; Temperate Fruit crops; Weed Management; Plant Breeding, Genetics and Cytogenetics; Breeding of Fruit and Plantation Crops; Dryland Horticulture; Tropical and Subtropical Vegetable crops; Spices and Condiments; Breeding of Vegetable Tuber and Spice Crops; Seed Production of Vegetable Tuber and Spice Crops; Temperate Vegetable crops; Potato and Tuber Crops; Precision Farming and Protected Cultivation; Postharvest Management of Horticultural Crops; Processing of Horticultural Crops; Food Technology; Ornamental Horticulture; Breeding and Seed Production of Flower and Ornamental Crops; Landscape Architecture; Commercial Floriculture; Medicinal and Aromatic Crops; Plant Pathology; Diseases of Fruit, Plantation and Medicinal & Aromatic Crops; Vegetable, Ornamental and Spice Crops; Entomology; Nematode Pests and their Management; Insect Pests of Fruit; Plantation, Medicinal & Aromatic Crops, Vegetable, Ornamental and Spice Crops Apiculture, Sericulture and Lac Culture, Soil Science, Soil Fertility and Nutrient Management; Soil, Water and Plant Analysis; Environmental Studies and Disaster Management; Farm Power and Machinery; Water Management in Horticultural Crops; Organic Farming; Agro-meteorology and Climate Change; Introductory Agro-forestry; Major Field Crops; Elementary Statistics and Computer Application; Elementary Plant Biochemistry; Elementary Plant Biotechnology; Crop Physiology; Growth and Development of Horticultural Crops; Introductory Microbiology; Economics and Marketing; Horti-Business Management; Extension Education; Entrepreneurship Development and Business Management; Communication Skills and Personality Development; Information and Communication Technology; Physical and Health Education; NSS/NCC; Educational Tour;Experiential learning (Professional Package); RHWE & Placement in Industries
Rural Horticultural Work Experience Programme
Horticulture basically deals with the art, science and technology of growing and cultivation of plants that include fruits, vegetables, flowers and ornamental plants, nuts, seeds, herbs, sprouts, mushrooms, flowers, and non-food crops such as medicinal & aromatic plants
The B.Sc.(Hons) Horticulture course deals with topics related to breeding of plants, plant nutrition, fertilizers, soil and Water management, Nursery management, equipments & machineries, pests & diseases, agribusiness and all the other aspects that are required to grow horticultural crops.
You could consider studying BSc Horticulture Science because it offers the following advantages it has:
The job market and career options for B. Sc. Horticulture for the aspirant performing the course for the time duration of 4-year will never fade away like other streams. Depending upon the desire aspirants may choose the career options from the vast and wide fields such as:
Horticulturist job type according to specialization: