Forestry : Eligibility
Forestry can be taken up for academic study in the form of a bachelor's degree programme (B.Sc (Forestry)), a 3- or 4-year degree course at about a dozen universities in the country. The minimum qualification require to join the B.Sc. (Forestry) course is a pass in plus two or equivalent examination with science or agriculture as the group of subjects. The B.sc. course may be followed up with the 2-year M.Sc. in Forestry.PGDFM is a field based course which combines managerial qualities concordant with the demands made by the forestry sector. Various courses in forestry are available, at the graduate, postgraduate and diploma level, as well as at the Ph.D. level. Further the masters level offers specialisation in subjects like Forest Management, Commercial Forestry, Forest Economics, Wood Science & Technology, Wildlife Science, Veterinary Science etc.
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