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Certification Sericulture Admissions 2017 - 2018 Academic Year


Are you interested interested in silkworm rearing? Want to learn the processes and techniques of producing silkworm and yarns? Then choose the course Certificate in Sericulture. Learn the course details, the eligibility criteria and the job prospects. Know the list of colleges and the universities that offers this course in India.

Course Name: Certification Sericulture
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Stream: Engineering
Course Category: General
Duration: 1year

Course Description of Certification in Sericulture


India leads in the production of silk and occupies second position in the world. Sericulture is an agro-based industry. The cultivation of silkworm to produce silk is called silk farming / sericulture. The mulberry leaves are fed to silkworm larvae and after the moulting process, the larva climbs a twig and spins silk cocoons with its fluid secretions. The cocoons are placed in hot water and the silk filaments separates which are then processed into yarns. The program aims at imparting information about scientific cultivation of mulberry and silk worm production. Students learn about the principles and practices of silk worm farming and prepares them to become professionals in the field. The certificate course infuses in- depth knowledge and practical experiences to students in silk production.

Eligibility Criteria


The students should have completed 10 Class and have knowledge about sericulture. Students should have interest in rearing of silkworms.



Colleges offering Certification Sericulture course in India

College NameUniversityState
Government Degree College for BoysUniversity of JammuJammu and Kashmir
Government Degree College of WomenJammu and Kashmir
School of AgricultureIndira Gandhi National Open UniversityDelhi

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Additional Description of certification in sericulture


Silk farming is the most integral unit of cottage industry and the program exposes students in various activities in sericulture farming such as unwinding of silk filaments, processing of yarn making and weaving. Sericulture provides high employment prospects, high returns, its ecofriendly acitivity and the programs are ideal for farmers and youth of weaker society. The program aims at imparting information about scientific cultivation of mulberry and silk worm production. Students learn the principles and practices of silk worm farming and prepares them to become professionals in the field. Emphasis is laid on rural farmers for silk farming and encourages youth to promote awareness of silk farming and the job opportunities available in the silk sectors. The course emphasis on developing resources of sericulture and apply the knowledge in the industry. The program provides cutting edge technology and innovate methodological approaches for enhancing silk production. The training covers cultivation of silkworm food plants, cocoon raising, producing and processing of yarn and fabric. The areas of study includes bivoltine sericulture, production of quality leaves, improved cultivation packages, silkworm rearing and technology, management of diseases and pests in mulberry and silkworms. It prepares them for various self employment opportunities in different sectors such as egg production, weaving, marketing industries.

Job Prospects


The qualified students find jobs available in various sectors of silk units such as silk production, weaving-units, yarn production, mulberry production, silk worm food products, marketing, reeling. There are ample job opportunities in self employments and other products.

Certification Sericulture Admissions for 2017 - 2018 Academic Year

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