M.Phil in Agricultural Microbiology

Science
  • Duration
  • Level
  • Programme
    Doctorate
  • Study Mode

Course Description

Master of Philosophy in Microbiology (M.Phil. Microbiology) is a postgraduate Microbiology programme. Microbiology is a discipline of biology that studies the development, features, and other aspects of microorganisms such as protozoa, algae, fungus, bacteria, and viruses throughout their life cycle. It is the study of tiny creatures, in other words. Microorganisms are microscopic organisms that cannot be seen with the naked eye. The M.Phil. (Microbiology) programme lasts around one and a half years, however it varies per institution. Institutes supply it on a regular and distance basis, among other things. The research course is crucial, and applicants who complete it tend to pursue careers in teaching. The course is job-oriented and gives a variety of professional options upon completion.

Eligibility

Level: Degree Duration: 2 years Eligibility: This program can be pursued by the students who have completed their post graduation in Agricultural Microbiology from any recognized university. The minimum aggregate is 55% marks or above. The admission is based on entrance exam and merit based.

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