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B.Sc. Botany – 3 years/ B.Sc. Botany (Honours) – 4 years/ B.Sc. Botany (Honours with Research) – 4 years
Key Facts & Figures
B.Sc. Botany / B.Sc. Botany (Hons./Hons. with Research)
Semester Fee
28,000 INR
Mode of study
Medium of Instruction
Credit Points
DAV University Campus
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Explore our B.Sc. Botany programme designed to provide comprehensive knowledge in plant science, conservation, and research.

B.Sc. Botany Programme:

Our B.Sc. Botany programme is meticulously crafted to foster essential botanical knowledge crucial for roles in plant science, conservation, and research. Throughout the program, students delve into core botanical principles, including plant anatomy, taxonomy, physiology, and ecology. With a focus on innovation, sustainability, responsibility, and professionalism, our curriculum meets the evolving needs of modern botanical landscapes. Practical fieldwork and laboratory experiences are integral to our approach, providing students with hands-on learning opportunities. Our goal is to equip students not only with theoretical knowledge but also with practical skills and insights needed to excel in diverse botanical roles.


Passed with 50% aggregate marks (45% marks in case of candidate belonging to SC/ST) in 10+2 examination or equivalent with English, Physics, Chemistry and Biology.

Flexible Pathways

At DAV University, we offer flexible pathways for students to tailor their educational journey according to their aspirations and commitments.

Those who complete the entire three-year undergraduate programme, accumulating 120 credits, are granted a coveted bachelor's Degree in B.Sc. Botany.

Alternatively, students have the option to exit the programme at various stages, each milestone marked by academic recognition.


Students opting to exit the programme after earning a minimum of 40 credits get an undergraduate certificate in the relevant discipline/subject. This certification acknowledges their foundational knowledge and skills acquired during their academic pursuit. To ensure practical applicability, students must also accrue at least 4 credits in work-based vocational courses, providing hands-on experience through internships or apprenticeships.


Similarly, students who attain a minimum of 80 credits can opt to exit the programme with an undergraduate Diploma in the relevant disciplines/subject. Alongside academic excellence, students are required to earn an additional 4 credits in skill-based vocational courses, enhancing their proficiency in specialized areas and augmenting their employability.

B. Sc. Botany (Honours / Honours with Research)

Candidates maintaining a cumulative grade point average (CGPA) of 7.5 (75%) throughout the first three years are eligible to opt for Bachelor's Degree (Honours) with Research, a testament to their academic prowess and commitment to scholarly inquiry. This pathway opens doors to advanced research opportunities, allowing students to delve deeper into their areas of interest and contribute meaningfully to the academic community.

The programme offers an esteemed pathway for motivated students to pursue Bachelor's Degree (Honours) in their fourth year.

Why this programme?
  • Global demand for botanical expertise
  • Understanding of plant biology and ecosystems
  • Development of analytical and research skills
  • Enhancement of communication and presentation skills
  • Acquisition of superior fieldwork and laboratory skills
  • Cultivation of ecological awareness and critical thinking
Career Opportunities:

B.Sc. Botany graduates can pursue rewarding careers as:

  • Botanist
  • Conservation Officer
  • Plant Geneticist
  • Ecologist
  • Horticulturist
  • Environmental Consultant
  • Research Scientist
The Programme Outline:

The curriculum is designed to cater to the evolving needs of botanical sciences. Various field trips and laboratory exercises are organized to provide students with practical experience, allowing them to apply botanical theories in real-world settings. Additionally, a range of co- curricular and extracurricular activities are integrated to achieve Outcome-Based Education, a student-centered approach demonstrating the attainment of defined educational goals. OBE is implemented to develop knowledge, design learning tasks, and assess graduates' achievements effectively. The modern case-based approach is utilized to simulate authentic botanical scenarios, enabling students to absorb botanical principles and theories while applying analytical and leadership skills.

Semester I
Semester II
B.Sc. Honours / Honours with Research

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