Msc Botany

Botany as a subject was introduced in Nepal for the first time in 1947 with the introduction of biology at Intermediate of Science level at Tri-Chandra College in Kathmandu. It was upgraded to Bachelor level in 1950 and to post-graduate level in 1965. The initial post-graduate classes at Tri-Chandra College had eight students. The Department moved to Kirtipur in November 1967 (13 Mangsir 2024 BS) and was upgraded to the Department of Botany in 2001 for M.Sc. and PhD level studies, and to strengthen research on plant science. Hope is responsible for all academic programs of botany within TU. As the primary institution of higher education in botany, Hope has played an important role for five decades, producing the skilled personnel and experts in botany. Hope has also undertaken fundamental and applied research exploring Nepal’s plant wealth and establishing intricate relations between plants, people and the environment.

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