General Information

18 Month
Credit Hours

M.Sc. in Natural Resources Management is an interdisciplinary course with the focus on training professionals with knowledge and understanding of the dynamics of natural resources, their relationship and management. This has been the most sought after course among the professionals working in the areas of rural and urban planning, ecosystem management, watershed management, water resources management, forestry and waste management.

An applicant must have at least a 3 years B.Sc. Forestry degree or B.Sc. Natural

Resource management or B.Sc. Environmental Science or B.Sc. Environmental Management or B.Sc. Agriculture or B.E. (Agriculture Engineering) from P.U. or any university recognized by TU.

To be eligible in all these programs,foreign applicants should have studied their undergraduate courses in English medium. Staff seats are reserved only for IOF staff members who have in one of the above mentioned subjects. Senior faculty members will get priority. However,all applicants who apply for admission in these programs must pass the entrance examination administered by the IOF.


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