Our Courses

Academic Programmes

We believe in the theory of survival of best fit. Hence we develop students not only academically but also bloom them in such a way so that they may best fit themselves in any type of environment.

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Bachelor of Science in Agriculture [B.Sc.( Ag.)]

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M.Sc.(Ag) in Agronomy and Horticulture

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Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.)

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Bachelor of Physical Education (B.P.Ed.)

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Basic Teacher Training Course(B.T.C.)-in Progress

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(A) Bachelor of Science in Agriculture [B.Sc.( Ag.)]
B.Sc. Year I

(1) Foundation Course-A-Languages. Candidate shall have to offer either English or Hindi.
(2) Candidate core courses paper no 1 to 6.

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Paper I

Agricultural Statistics and Mathematics.

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Paper II

Soils, Fertilizers and manures.

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Paper III

Agricultural Botany (Internal morphology, crop systematic and physiology)

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Paper IV

Agronomy I.

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Paper V

Livestock production and management.

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Paper VI

Agriculture Economics.

B.Sc. Year II

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Part I

Dairy quality control and animal nutrition.

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Part II

Agronomy II

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Part III

Plant Chemistry

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Part IV

Agricultural Engineering

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Part V

Genetics and plant Breeding

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Part VI

Olericulture Floriculture

B.Sc. Year III

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Paper I

Entomology

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Paper II

Plant Pathology

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Paper III

Agricultural Extension

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Paper IV

Dairying

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Paper V

Pomology

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Paper VI

Soil and Water Conservation Engineering

(b) A candidate who has passed the B.Sc. (Ag.) part I & part II Examinations (Four Year Degree Course) of any other university duly incorporated by any law in force for the time being may also be permitted to appear at the B.Sc.(Ag.) Part II Examination of the university provided that (i) he offered for above mentioned B.Sc. (Ag.) part I & part II Examination of such other university, course of an equivalent standard with such syllabii taken into account as a whole as is prescribed for B.Sc. (Ag.) part I & part II examinations of the University, and (ii) has attended in an affiliated college fro one academic year the regular course of study as per clause (a) here in above.

A candidate who has passed the B.Sc. (Ag.) part I & part II Examination of the university in the course laid down in ordinance 7 herein above and has attended in an affiliated college for one academic year the following regular courses of study as prescribed may be permitted if otherwise eligible to appear at the B.Sc. (Ag.) part IV Examination in these courses .

Core Course Paper No. 1 to 6.

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Paper I

Production Economics and Farm Management

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Paper II

Social Psychology and Rural Change

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Paper III

Agronomy III

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Paper IV

Plant Protection

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Paper V

Plant Propagation and Nursery Husbandry

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Paper VI

Agriculture and Environment

 (b) Master of Science in Agroculture[M.Sc.(A.G.)]

There shall be two examinations, one at the end of each year, the first being the M.Sc. (A.G.) Previous examination and second M.Sc. (A.G.) final examination. The marks of that two examinations (previous and final ) obtained in aggregate in theory and practical will count together for a place in the pass list of the final examination. A candidate is required to pass in writen and the practical examination separateley.

Any three papers may be taken in ne years provided that paper III (statistics) is taken in the previous examination and paper VI (with practical) or thesis is taken in the final examination research work for thesis may be begin in the written and the practical examination separately.

AGRONOMY

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Crop producation and fertilizer management .

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Crop physiology and soil water management

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Statistics

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Soil & water conservation and weed management

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Commercial and forage crops and seed production technology

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Ether Paper or Thesis - VI- Crop production,forestry and Agrostolwy

 

HORTICULTURE

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Vegetable Science

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Floriculture and ornamantal gardening

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Statistics

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Fruit Science

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Production of Fruit and plantation crops

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Either paper or Thesis- VI- Fruit Technology

 

 

(C) Bachelor of Education [B.Ed.] Courses

Compulsory Papers :Every student has offer the following compulsory papers.

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Philosophical and Sociological Foundation of education.

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Indian education and its problems

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Educational Psychology and Measurement

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School Administration

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Educational Technology

Optional Paper :Every student is required to opt any of the among the following paper.

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Sanskrit

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English

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Hindi

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Civics

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History

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Commerce

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Geography and Social Science

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Science

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Biology

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Mathematics