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Dolphin (PG) College of Science and Agriculture

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18 Kms, Chandigarh-Sirhind State Highway 12-A, P.O.- Chunni kalan , Fatehgarh Sahib - 140406
District: Fatehgarh Sahib (Punjab)
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Established      :    2006
Affiliated to     :    Punjabi University
Approved By    :    Government of Punjab

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Dolphin (PG) College of Science & Agriculture (formerly Dolphin (PG) College of Life Sciences) started functioning on 2006. The college is sponsored by the Yuva Education Society- New Delhi. It has grown to its Present stature under the able and dynamic leadership of Managing Director Dr. VINOD MITTAL. Dolphin (PG) College is an independent, coeducational,premier institution provides opportunities to the student community to make mark as Life Sciences/Agriculture professionals and to transform & globalize their personalities. Currently the College offers 16, Post graduate and Undergraduate courses in the field of Life Sciences & Agriculture Sciences.

 
 
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 Course(s) Offered by Dolphin (PG) College of Science and Agriculture  in Zoology
M.Sc. Zoology
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Eligibility
50% in aggregate (45% marks for SC/ST students) in B.Sc. with Zoology, Botany and Chemistry or B.Sc. Hons. School in Zoology or B.Sc. in Industrial Fish and Fisheries and 50% in the subject of Zoology
 
Duration
2 years (4 semesters)