M.Sc Agriculture


By the year 2050, an enormous increase in food production to needed to sustain global food security. Because the students of today will be the professionals of 2050, it is extremely important that a sufficient number of students are being educated in Agriculture to realize this increasing food demand.

Higher Agricultural Education evolved to educate the professional & technical human resources needed to push the frontiers of technology for agriculture. M.Sc. in Agronomy at DBS School of Agriculture & Allied Sciences is a 2-year long full- time course divided into 4 semesters, with each semester lasting a period of 6 months. The course is designed to offer to eligible candidates an advanced insight to establish strong relationships between Science and Agriculture to provide options for sustainable, eco-friendly & high agriculture production.

Students are taught the proper ways to communicate with the public, farmers and scientists through a wide range of methods. With an increase in the need of new ways for improving sustainable agricultural practices, the discipline is fast gaining popularity in the country, in both government and private sectors. The program is affiliated to Sriv Dev Suman University


  • Dehradun - A Safe, Beautiful & Cosmopolitan Education City.
  • Students from 23 States & 5 Countries on campus.
  • Degree from Govt. Universities.
  • Multiple Placements for all.
  • Impressive scholarship schemes for meritorious students.
  • Separate in campus Girls & Boys hostels with Modern Sporting & Gym facilities.
  • Happening campus life with a variety of sports and cultural events.

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Life @ DBS

Why M.Sc. Agriculture at DBS School of Agriculture and Allied Sciences

  • No capitation fee.
  • Scholarships up to 100% in tuition fee for meritorious students.
  • Course structure as per ICAR (Indian Council of Agricultural Research) approved syllabus.
  • Agricultural Farm attached with the college campus.
  • Fine tuned with the industrial and Govt. jobs requirements.
  • Highly experienced well qualified (Doctorates) from institutes of repute, engaged in consultancy, research and publication to add immense value to academic life.
  • Live Projects and demonstrations in the areas of crop production, nursery raising, organic farming, floriculture, vegetable crop production, medicinal plants, orchard management, ornamental horticulture etc.
  • Experiential Learning Activities: Students are exposed to Commercial farms to know-how that create an opportunity for students to engage and tone up their endurance, confidence and management skills.
  • Innovative Pedagogy : Emphasis on case studies and inter-personal based teaching to develop skills in analytical thinking and reflective judgment by reading and discussing complex, real-life scenarios.
  • Well equipped Labs with necessary field equipments and research facilities for demonstration and independent project work.

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At DBS each student gets the opportunity to appear for more than 100 companies each year and each student is able to get the optimum placement deserved. In 2017-18 the maximum take home salary has been Rs.20.5 Lac & CTC 23.5 Lakhs. PGDM Global students are offered Mid-level Manager/Functional Expert/Consultant (Entry Level) profiles.

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Comparison Chart of Deliverables for



B.Sc Agriculture Degree from any Recognized University with a minimum of 55 percent marks.

Course Structure

The Post Graduate Diploma in Management PGDM program is spread over a period of two years, divided into six trimesters. Each trimester is of 12 weeks duration in which each subject is taught in classrooms for 30 sessions each of one hour duration. All the papers in the first, second and third trimesters are compulsory. The student shall choose their Major and Minor Specialization at the end of their 3rd Trimester and shall take up summer training in the field of their Major Specialization. All Papers of Major specialization shall be compulsory, where as the student can choose two papers for their minor specialization in the IV and V Trimester and one in the sixth trimester. Thesis/Project work shall be done in the VI semester in the field of super specialisation.

Trimester I (8 Common)
SN Code Subject Name VAC Subject
1 PG101 Organisational Behaviour-I   Common
2 PG102 Managerial Accounting and Control - I- TALLY Common
3 PG103 Business Communication BEC Common
4 PG104 Managerial Economics (Microeconomics)   Common
5 PG105 Quantitative Techniques – I   Common
6 PG106 Operations Management –I   Common
7 PG107 CAB-SAP-ERP-I   Common
8 PG108 Elementary French ½ Credit   Common
9 PG208 Business News Analysis & Review ½ Credit   Common
Trimester II  (8 Common)
SN Code Subject Name VAC Subject
1 PG201 Organisational Behaviour-II   Common
2 PG202 Managerial Accounting and Control –II TALLY Common
3 PG203 Financial Management I   Common
4 PG204 Macroeconomics   Common
5 PG205 Quantitative Techniques – II   Common
6 PG206 Marketing Management – I   Common
7 PG207 CAB- SAP-ERP-II   Common
8 PG208 Business News Analysis & Review ½ Credit   Common
9 PG108 Elementary French ½ Credit   Common
Trimester III  (8 Common)
SN Code Subject Name VAC Subject
1 PG301 Management Information System BIG DATA Common
2 PG302 Research Methods   Common
3 PG303 Financial Management – II   Common
4 PG304 Human Resource Management   Common
5 PG305 Marketing Management– II   Common
6 PG306 Operations Management-II   Common
7 PG307 CAB-SAP-ERP-III   Common
8 PG308 Financial Institutions & Capital Market NISM Common
Trimester IV (2 Common, 3 Major, 2 Minor) 7
SN Code Subject Name VAC Subject
1 PG401 Business Environment (Indian & World Economy)   Common
2 PG402 Strategic Management   Common
3 PG-M-404 Consumer Behaviour   Minor
4 PG-M-405 Sales & Distribution Management   Minor
5 PG-M-406 Product & Brand Management   Major
3 PG-F-404 Securities & Portfolio Analysis   Minor
4 PG-F-405 International Finance   Major
5 PG-F-406 Corporate Tax & Planning   Minor
3 PG-H-404 Performance Management   Major
4 PG-H-405 Training & Development   Minor
5 PG-H-406 Human Resource Planning & Recruitment   Minor
3 PG-IB-404 Import Export Management   Minor
4 PG-IB-405 International Documentation System   Minor
Trimester V (2 Common 3 Major, 1 Minor, 1 SIPR) 7
SN Code Subject Name VAC Subject
1 PG501  SIPR (Summer internship Project Report)   Common
2 PG502 Business Law   Common
3 PG503 SAP SCM/HCM/FICO   Common
4 PG-M-501 Advertising and Sales Promotion   Major
5 PG-M-502 Marketing Research   Major
6 PG-M-503 Marketing of Services Minor
4 PG-F-501 Insurance & Risk Management   Minor
5 PG-F-502 Financial Derivatives  NISM - FD Major
6 PG-F-503 Financial Services   Major
4 PG-H-501 Industrial Relations & Labor Laws   Major
5 PG-H-502 Social Security & labor Welfare   Minor
6 PG-H-503 International Human Resource Management   Major
4 PG-IB-501 International Logistics Management   Minor
Trimester VI (2 Common, 3 Major, 1 Minor, 1 CIS) 7
SN Code Subject Name VAC Subject
1 PG 601 Total Quality Management & Six Sigma  Six Sigma Green Belt Common
2 PG 602 Project Management & ED   Common
3 PG-M-601 Consumer Relationship Management   Major
4 PG-M-602 Retail Marketing   Major
5 PG-M-603 Social Media Marketing   Minor
3 PG-F-601 Investment & Merchant Banking   Major
4 PG-F-602 Mergers and Acquisitions   Major
5 PG-F-603 Micro Finance Management   Minor
3 PG-H-601 Compensation Management   Major
4 PG-H-602 Organizational Development and Change   Minor
5 PG-H-603 Corporate Leadership   Major
5 PG-IB-602 Cross Cultural Business Environment   Minor
6 PG-P-604 CIS (Course Of Independent Studies)   Common