A degree in Botany equips your sis with a range of skills which can be applied in many different careers, from research to teaching, to applied fields. Research careers include working for universities, the National Botanical Institute, the Agricultural Research Council and other research institutes. Botanical expertise is required in resource management, nature conservation, government departments like Water Affairs, environmental consulting, policy making and rural development. People with Botany degrees have also moved into careers such as science publishing and research for the private sector. They were able to do so because their Botany degree equipped them with widely applicable skills in independent research, data analysis, report writing and verbal communication.
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I am not sure about the CTC part.
21st May 2008 From India, Thana