The completion of M. Sc. in Botany the students are able to:

  • Knowledge and understanding of the range of plant biology in terms of structure, function and environmental relationships.
  • Think logically and organize tasks into a structured form and assimilate knowledge and ideas based on wide reading of text books and through the internet.
  • Transfer of appropriate knowledge and methods from one topic to another within the subject.
  • Carry out practical work, in the field and in the laboratory, with minimal risk.
  • Apply the scientific knowledge of basic science, life sciences and fundamental process of plants to study and analyse any plant form.
  • Conduct investigations of complex problems by the use research-based knowledge on an independent term project.
  • Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess plant diversity, and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the biodiversity conservation practice.