Jagannath university: Jaipur-Rajastan
B.Sc. (Ag) Hons. – Bachelor of Science (Agriculture Hons. )
Introduction

Agriculture plays a vital role in the Indian Economy. Almost 60 percent of the Indian work force is involved in agriculture and there is potential for the substantial growth of the sector. The demand for the trained professionals in this field is very high both nationally and internationally. A student after completing B.Sc. in Agriculture from Jagan Nath University, which is one of the best among Rajasthan agriculture universities/colleges, gets a well paying job right after graduation and he can also progress towards Post Graduate degree and Research.

Programme Duration
4 Years

Jagannath university: Jaipur-Rajastan
B.Sc. (Ag) Hons. – Bachelor of Science (Agriculture Hons. )
Introduction
Agriculture plays a vital role in the Indian Economy. Almost 60 percent of the Indian work force is involved in agriculture and there is potential for the substantial growth of the sector. The demand for the trained professionals in this field is very high both nationally and internationally. A student after completing B.Sc. in Agriculture from Jagan Nath University, which is one of the best among Rajasthan agriculture universities/colleges, gets a well paying job right after graduation and he can also progress towards Post Graduate degree and Research.

Programme Duration
4 Years

Programme Eligibility
10+2(Bio/Ag/Math)with min. 50% marks

Selection Procedure
 JET/ICAR
Programme Highlights
Quality, practical project based education. To provide an opportunity to students to develop self confidence in training and better understanding of practical problems faced in the field by the farmers socio-economic aspects of the villages more closely. The programme also includes a compulsory one semester of internship (Rural Agricultral work experience). Prepare students to face the challenges in the fields related to agriculture. Industrial exposure through internship, Industrial visit and interaction with the experts in the field of agriculture. Course curriculum is very broad ,inter disciplinary consist of courses in Agronomy, Horticulture, Plant Pathology, Agricultural Economics, Entomology, Genetics Plant breading , Soil Science, Food Technology, Animal Husbandry

LPU-Jalandar-Punjab:
B.Sc. (Hons.) Agriculture
Duration : 4 yrs. (8 Semesters)
(Approved by ICAR)
 Programme Details

A four-year undergraduate degree programme that primarily focuses on students understanding in agricultural and allied sciences. It includes discipline like Agronomy, Horticulture Genetics and Plant Breeding, Soil Science, Plant Pathology, Entomology, Economics, Extension, etc. The major emphasis of the program is to get the students acquainted with knowledge and hands-on experiences in above mentioned discipline and apply that knowledge to high value agricultural production in a sustainable manner.

Programme’s Discipline Overview: Agriculture Discipline
Eligibility Criteria (Qualifying Exam)
Qualifying LPUNEST and Pass with 60% aggregate marks in:

(a) 10+2 or Intermediate (with English*, Physics, Chemistry and Maths or Biology or Forestry)
OR
(b) 10+2 or Intermediate (Agriculture)
OR
(c) 2 years Diploma in Agriculture after 10th or equivalent

*Condition of English as a subject may be waived off provided the candidate has studied in English medium.

(5% relaxation to North East states and Sikkim candidates/ Defence Personnel and their Dependents/ Wards of Kashmiri Migrants)

Note:
The minimum age to take admission in B.Sc. (Hons.) Agriculture is 16 years.
Admission Criteria
Merit in qualifying examination LPUNEST, subject to eligibility criteria.

Related Programmes
B.Sc. (Hons.) AgricultureDuration : 4 yrs. (8 Semesters)

Fee
Programme Fee (per semester)
120000
Details
Scholarship Amount
(per semester)
Applicable Fee after Scholarship
(per semester)
LPUNEST score more than or equal to Category I cut-off
Or
95% or above aggregate marks in 12th or Diploma or 10th
30000
(i.e. 25% of Programme Fee)
90000
LPUNEST score more than or equal to Category II cut-off
Or
90% – 94.99% aggregate marks in 12th or Diploma or 10th
24000
(i.e. 20% of Programme Fee)
96000
LPUNEST score more than or equal to Category III cut-off
Or
80% – 89.99% aggregate marks in 12th or Diploma or 10th
18000
(i.e. 15% of Programme Fee)
102000
Examination Fee
3000 (per semester)
Programme Fee (for International applicants Except Sri Lanka, Bhutan, Nepal and Bangladesh)
US $2450 (Per Semester)
Programme Fee (for International applicants from Sri Lanka, Bhutan, Nepal and Bangladesh)
120000 (per semester)
Fee details and Allied Issues
Fee for successive semesters will be payable before the end of teaching of preceding semester.
Examination fee (per semester) is Rs. 3000 and examination fee of 1st semester is payable along with fee of 2nd semester or before.
For Fee other than programme fee, please refer the head ‘Fee for Additional Services/ Facilities’ of ‘General Guidelines for Admissions’ in Part C of the Prospectus-2021.
‘Terms and Conditions for LPU – Scholarship and its different phases’ as mentioned in Part B of Prospectus-2021 must be referred.
The term ‘Programme fee’ as mentioned above, includes – Tuition and Development fees; University Fee for Registration/ Enrolment, Cultural, Sports, Club activities, Co-curricular activities etc.; Fee for Additional Services/ Facilities for Contingency, Outreach, Placement, Medical, Counselor etc. as prescribed by the University.
If the Fee of the programme is reduced due to any reason,scholarship amount for all the brackets/ categories will be reduced proportionately i.e. fee after scholarship etc. will not be reduced and will remain same.
For aggregate marks in qualifying exam, refer clause ‘Eligibility’ under General Guidelines for Admissions etc. in Part C of Prospectus-2021.
Modes of Payment
Demand Draft/ Pay Order in favor of “LOVELY FACULTY OF TECHNOLOGY AND SCIENCES“ payable at JALANDHAR.
Cash can be deposited only at Division of Admissions at the University Campus in Phagwara (Punjab).
Credit Card/ Debit Card (only for online submission of Application).
Requisites & Highlights
Requisites/ Conditions
Procuring atleast one textbook for each course and carry bag in all semesters/ years and Laptop is compulsory.
Students will be required to spend approximately Rs.3000 for University Uniform. It would include a set of Blazer, Trousers, Shirt and Tie/ Scarf as per the requirement of the respective programme.
The minimum age to take admission in B.Sc. (Hons.) Agriculture is 16 years.
Highlights
International Exposure Option
Student may be given an option to go for 4 weeks study tour to USA/ European countries or any other country as decided by the University subject to conditions.
Semester Exchange
Student may be given an option to join partner/ receiving university abroad for a semester as decided by the University subject to conditions.

ITM University- Gwalior-MP:
Agriculture is the main source of livelihood for over 80% of the rural people in India. Although it employs about 52% of the labour force, it contributes to only 14.5% of GDP and 10.23% of all exports. Rural women, who constitute 30% of the agricultural work force, are amongst the least paid workers. Any effort of poverty reduction and economic development must address the problem being faced by the agricultural sector and turn the challenges into economic opportunities for the poor.Agriculture has important role in driving national economy as 55% population is still dependent on Agriculture as it provides raw materials to many industries. With the opening of world economy, our farmers have to be globally competitive in terms of quality and cost of agricultural produce.
Rising world population and economies are rapidly increasing the demand for food. At the same time, agricultural systems are being placed under pressure to meet environmental, social and economic goals. Modern agriculture practices are increasingly turning out to be knowledge based systems. India does require agriculture education at all levels so that Indian farmers are better equipped to handle the challenges of globalization. With the entry of Foreign Direct Investments (FDI) in the sector, many MNCs have forayed into the segment with dozens of agro-products with better packaging and high decibel marketing; subsequently this has resulted as a threat to Indian farmers who lack professional expertise to deal with these issues. Hence the need of the hour is to give agricultural education a high priority. Despite rapid strides by the agriculture sector, still there exists many grey areas which require immediate attention. Keeping into account of the fact that increased productivity and production must be the sole objective of agricultural research, our scientific community is leaving no stone unturned for bringing about paradigm changes in agriculture education in the country. ITM University Gwalior has decided to start School of Agriculture to produce practicing agriculture scientists, engineers and marketing proffesionals etc.
Programmes Offered
B.Sc. (Ag) /B.Sc. (Ag) Honours
M.Sc. (Ag) Agronomy
M.Sc. (Ag) Horticulture
M.Sc. (Ag) Soil Science
M.Sc. (Ag) Plant Pathology
M.Sc. (Ag) Genetic & Plant Breeding
MBA – Agribusines
These programmes involve a very rigorous academic and skill oriented practical knowledge transfer, along with opening a window with agriculture know- how through various courses planned with different agro- ecological situations and regional variation. Major thrust is given to include the course curriculum and syllabus as per IV Deans Committee Recommendation of ICAR. The personality development and professional capabilities courses are also imbibed in the curriculum to make the student well versed in techniques of presenting their knowledge and skill in efficient manner to deal with the concerns of sustainable development of agriculture in all the aspects.
Uniqueness
India achieved spectacular agricultural growth since 1966, after advent of the Green Revolution. The increase in food grain production from a meager 51 million tonnes in 1950 to about 265.57 million tonnes in 2013-2014 is remarkable achievement unparallel in the history of world agriculture. Similar enhancement in production of milk, fish, oilseeds and fruit & vegetables has also been observed. White, Blue, Yellow and Golden Revolution respectively have been responsible for bringing prosperity in the farming community. The cradle of this success beside government policies and high receptivity of the farming community has been the establishment of institutions of higher agriculture education. These institutions developed new breed of skilled human resources who were instrumental in not only generating new technologies but also in their assessment, refinement and dissemination to the farming community.
The School of Agriculture of ITM University Gwalior was started during the year 2013, looking to the ample scope of agricultural development in Madhya Pradesh. Initially undergraduate (B.Sc. (Ag) / B.Sc. (Ag) Hons.) and Postgraduate (M.Sc. (Ag.) in Agronomy and Horticulture) disciplines were started with total intake of 231 students in B.Sc. (Ag) / B.Sc. (Ag) Hons. and 27 students in Agronomy and 12 Student in Horticulture. At present the total intake of students in School of Agriculture is 511. This year MBAAgribusines programme is also being offered.
Technical competence Acquired
School of Agriculture has experienced faculty in the field of Agricultural and Allied sciences. The field of expertise of the faculty is in the Genetic Plant Breeding Soil science, Agronomy Horticulture, Plant Protection etc. The school is trying at her level best to develop the skill oriented sets of teaching, research and extension as per specific need of the students and farming community of the M.P. Since the School of Agriculture is initiated to act at very early stage the development of teaching, research and extension is at embryonic stage.

Augmented Opportunities available in the department
MOU’S with Indian Grassland and Fodder Research Institute, National Research Central for Agro- forestry, Jhansi and Central Institute of Sub-tropical Horticulture are under process.
Resources of the department
Experienced Faculty in the field of GPB Soil Science, Agronomy, Plant Pathology, Horticulture and other allied sciences are already available with the School of Agriculture.
Infrastructural resources
School of Agriculture situated at present in Sithouli Campus, however, the building of School of Agriculture is to be constructed at Turari Campus along with basic amenities such as 50 hectare Instructional Farm, Laboratory, facilities for Library, Sport and Recreation for all-round personality development of the students.
Research area:
Research areas are proposed in the field of Agronomy and Horticulture with special reference to varietal development, package and practices, INM, IPM etc.
Training offered
For the entrepreneurship development of rural youth, the seed production technology, nursery raising and management of horticulture crops are already proposed.
Career Options & Placement opportunities
There are tremendous career opportunities in Agricultural survices at national level through Agricultural Scientist Recruitment Board (ASRB). Provincial Agricultural Services (PAS) through State Public Service Commission as District Agriculture Officer (DAO), Soil Conservation Officer (SCO) District Horticulture Officer (DHO), Plant Protection Officer 101 (PPO), Extension Officer and other subordinate services. Besides, there is an ample scope in this field of griculture especially – Fertilizer, Agro-chemical, Biopesticide, Post Harvest Technology, Rural industries and Research & Development and Banking Sectors.
There is also an urgent need of agriculture graduate as entrepreneur in village based services such as diagnostic laboratories, Advisors on new innovation, markets and development officer / Asstt. in corporate and contract farming.

Shuats: UP
Faculty of Agriculture
The last half of the twentieth century has transformed our environment, perhaps radically, and brought more changes in our lives and thinking than any corresponding period in history. Frontiers of knowledge are expanding rapidly, making it possible to devise newer and more efficient methods of solving problems of the society. For this purpose of training of mind and mastering of skills and for harnessing science and technology to profitable and productive processes of economic growth and social well-being, the technological education system has been continuously reviewed and adapted to the changing needs of the society.

The faculty is committed to academic excellence and maintaining interdisciplinary approaches in its undergraduate and postgraduate teaching and research programmes. Academic programmes emphasize basic knowledge as well as its applications, pushing current frontiers of technologies, developing efficient and versatile algorithms and methodologies. Proper synthesis of technology, planning and management in engineering systems is stressed keeping in view varied the impact on the environmental, social and economic conditions

Colleges
Naini Institute of Agriculture
Ethelind College of Home Science (ECHS)
Makino School of Continuing And Non-Formal Education (MSCNFE)
College of Forestry

Naini Agricultural Institute (NAI)
The Sam Higginbottom University of Agriculture, Technology & Sciences a premier and foremost agricultural institute was established in 1910 in the form of a ‘school of agriculture’ by the American Presbyterian missionaries led by Dr. Sam Higginbottom with a mission to ‘Serve the Land’ and ‘Feed the Hungry’ by imparting training and adoption of scientific technology in production of crops and livestock together through participatory approach under the Scientist, Farmer Interaction Forum. It was the first of its kind in the country and South East Asia. Presently, the Institute is actively involved in teaching, research and extension to impart quality teaching and research-extension modules for the multi-dimensional development of the students and the farming community in and around the Allahabad region.

Departments
Department of Agronomy
Department of Genetics and Plant Breeding
Department of Horticulture
Department of Agricultural Extension and Communication
Department of Agricultural Economics
Department of Plant Pathology
Department of Entomology
Department of Soil Science and Agricultural Chemistry
Department of Animal Husbandry and Dairying

Academic Regulations

Courses Offered
SHUATS offers the following courses       Online Application Form
B.Sc. (Hons) Agriculture  (Duration: 8 Sem , No. of Seats: 300)
Eligibilty: 10+2 with PCM or PCB or PCMB or Inter Ag.
(Marks: Minimum 50% in aggregate)

B.Sc. (Hons) Horticulture  (Duration: 8 Sem , No. of Seats: 120)
Eligibilty: 10+2 with PCM or PCB or PCMB or Inter Ag.
(Marks: Minimum 50% in aggregate)

B.Sc. (Hons) Animal Husbandry and Dairying  (Duration: 8 Sem , No. of Seats: 60)
(Formerly B.Sc. (Hons.) Dairying)
Eligibilty: 10+2 with PCM or PCB or PCMB or Agri.
(Marks: Minimum 50% in aggregate)

M.Sc. Ag. (Agronomy)  (Duration: 4 Sem , No. of Seats: 60)
Eligibilty: B.Sc Agriculture (4Yr)
(Marks: Minimum 57% or 6.0 CGPA)

M.Sc. Ag. Horticulture (Vegetable Science)  (Duration: 4 Sem , No. of Seats: 40)
Eligibilty: B.Sc Agriculture (4Yr) or B.Sc. Horticulture
(Marks: Minimum 57% or 6.0 CGPA)

M.Sc. Ag. Horticulture (Floriculture and Land Scaping)  (Duration: 4 Sem , No. of Seats: 40)
Eligibilty: B.Sc Agriculture (4Yr) or B.Sc. Horticulture
(Marks: Minimum 57% or 6.0 CGPA)

M.Sc. Ag. Horticulture (Fruit Science)  (Duration: 4 Sem , No. of Seats: 40)
Eligibilty: B.Sc Agriculture (4Yr) or B.Sc. Horticulture
(Marks: Minimum 57% or 6.0 CGPA)

M.Sc. Ag. (Plant Pathology)  (Duration: 4 Sem , No. of Seats: 60)
Eligibilty: B.Sc Agriculture (4Yr) or B.Sc Biology or B.Sc, Horticulture or B.Sc. Forestry
(Marks: Minimum 57% or 6.0 CGPA)

M.Sc. Ag. (Entomology)  (Duration: 4 Sem , No. of Seats: 60)
Eligibilty: B.Sc. Agriculture (4yrs) or B.Sc. Biology or B.Sc. Horticulture or B.Sc. Forestry
(Marks: Minimum 57% or 6.0 CGPA)

M.Sc. Ag. (Genetics and Plant Breeding)  (Duration: 4 Sem , No. of Seats: 60)
Eligibilty: B.Sc Agriculture or B.Sc. Biotech. or B.Sc. Life Sc. or B.Sc. Horti. or B.Sc. Forestry
(Marks: Minimum 57% or 6.0 CGPA)

M.Sc. Ag. (Seed Science and Technology)  (Duration: 4 Sem , No. of Seats: 60)
Eligibilty: B.Sc . Agriculture/ B.Sc. Bio technology or B.Sc. Life Sciences or B.Sc. Biology or B.Sc. Horticulture or B.Sc. Forestry
(Marks: Minimum 57% or 6.0 CGPA)

M.Sc. Ag. (Agricultural Extension and Communication)  (Duration: 4 Sem , No. of Seats: 40)
Eligibilty: B.Sc Agriculture (4Yr) / B.Sc Home Eco. / B.Sc Home Sc. / B.Sc. Horti./ B.Sc. Forestry
(Marks: Minimum 57% or 6.0 CGPA)

M.Sc. Ag. (Agricultural Economics)   (Duration: 4 Sem , No. of Seats: 40)
Eligibilty: B.Sc. Agriculture (4Yr) or B.Sc. Home Economics or B.Sc. Home Science or B.Sc. Horticulture or B.Sc. Forestry or B.Sc. Dairying or B.A Economics or B.A Business Economics or BBA or BBM or related field
(Marks: Minimum 57% or 6.0 CGPA)

M.Sc. Ag. (Soil Science and Agri. Chemistry)  (Duration: 4 Sem , No. of Seats: 40)
Eligibilty: B.Sc Agriculture(4Yr) / B.Sc. Geology/ B.Sc. Horti. / B.Sc. Forestry/ B.Sc. PCM/ B.Tech. Ag. Engg.
(Marks: Minimum 57% or 6.0 CGPA)

M.Sc. Ag. (Animal Nutrition)  (Duration: 4 Sem , No. of Seats: 5)
Eligibilty: B.Sc Animal Husbandry & Dairying, B.Sc Agriculture, B.Sc Biology with IDD (DH), B.Sc Dairying, B.Sc Animal Sc., B.V.Sc, B.Sc Biology
(Marks: Minimum 57% or 6.0 CGPA)

M.Sc. Ag. (Livestock Production and Mgt.)   (Duration: 4 Sem , No. of Seats: 5)
Eligibilty: B.Sc Animal Husbandry & Dairying, B.Sc Agriculture, B.Sc Biology with IDD (DH), B.Sc Dairying, B.Sc Animal Sc., B.V.Sc, B.Sc Biology
(Marks: Minimum 57% or 6.0 CGPA)

M.Sc. Ag. (Animal Genetics and Breeding)  (Duration: 4 Sem , No. of Seats: 5)
Eligibilty: B.Sc Animal Husbandry & Dairying, B.Sc Agriculture, B.Sc Biology with IDD (DH), B.Sc Dairying, B.Sc Animal Sc., B.V.Sc, B.Sc Biology
(Marks: Minimum 57% or 6.0 CGPA)

M.Sc. Ag. (Poultry Husbandry)  (Duration: 4 Sem , No. of Seats: 5)
Eligibilty: B.Sc Animal Husbandry & Dairying, B.Sc Agriculture, B.Sc Biology with IDD (DH), B.Sc Dairying, B.Sc Animal Sc., B.V.Sc, B.Sc Biology
(Marks: Minimum 57% or 6.0 CGPA)

 

GURU KASHI UNIVERSITY-BATINDA-PUNJAB:
University College of Agriculture
Agriculture Department
S.No. Courses Eligibility Duration
1 B.Sc. Agriculture (Hons.) 10+2 (Non-Medical / Medical / Agriculture) 4 Years
2 M.Sc. Agriculture (Agronomy, Fruit Science, Vegetable Science, Entomology, Plant Pathology, Soil Science,Agriculture Economics ) Bachelor’s Degree in Agriculture or equivalent 2 Years
3 Diploma in Agriculture Science Matric 1 Years
4 Ph.D (Agronomy, Fruit Science, Vegetable Science, Entomology, Plant Pathology, Soil Science,Agriculture Economics) Post Graduation in the relevent subject/field with minimum of 55% marks in aggregate or CGPA of 6.0 on a 10 point scale.
Admission is done on the basis of Entrance Test by issuing a separate notification in the newspapers and on the website of the university. Minimum 3 Years
Veterinary Science & Dairy Technology Department
5 Diploma in Livestock & Veterinary Science Matric 2 Years
6 Diploma in Veterinary Sciences and Animal Health Technology 10+2 Medical 2 Years

CENTURIAN UNIVERSITY:
About the Programme
Overview: Agricultural Education is the teaching of agriculture, natural resources, and land management through hands-on experience and guidance to prepare students for entry-level and advanced agricultural jobs. Demand for agricultural graduates is supposed to be high as compared to the demand for all other occupations in the coming years. The global trend towards standardization of all agricultural products and equipment will lead to greater demand for agricultural professionals. The increasing demand for agro-products, the efforts toward attaining greater efficiency in the agricultural industry and the emphasis of conservation of scarce resources would result in a higher job. CUTM offers 4 years B.Sc. Agriculture course from 2013-14 academic year onwards. Keeping in view of the Agricultural demand in our country, the Academic program has been framed with a balanced semester-based course structure & curricula which promote exploration, innovation, and research. This program, in turn, will be helpful for employment in various Institutes, R & D Organizations & Industries in the country.

Course Fee
Fee Per Semester Fee Per Year
FOR PARALAKHEMUNDI CAMPUS  2,00,000

Syllabus
Basket I
Basket II
Basket III
Basket IV
Basket V – Domain Course
Basket V – Skill Course

Eligibility Criteria
10+2 (Physics, Chemistry, Biology) – 60% from Odisha Board/CBSE/ICSE/Other board, 80% for AP Board And Centurion University Entrance Exam (CUEE) Score

Career path you can choose after the course
Agricultural consultant
Estates manager
Farm manager
Fish farm manager
Plant breeder/geneticist
Rural practice surveyor
Soil scientist

10+2(Bio/Ag/Math)with min. 50% marks

Selection Procedure
JET/ICAR
Programme Highlights
Quality, practical project based education. To provide an opportunity to students to develop self confidence in training and better understanding of practical problems faced in the field by the farmers socio-economic aspects of the villages more closely. The programme also includes a compulsory one semester of internship (Rural Agricultral work experience). Prepare students to face the challenges in the fields related to agriculture. Industrial exposure through internship, Industrial visit and interaction with the experts in the field of agriculture. Course curriculum is very broad ,inter disciplinary consist of courses in Agronomy, Horticulture, Plant Pathology, Agricultural Economics, Entomology, Genetics Plant breading , Soil Science, Food Technology, Animal Husbandry

LPU-Jalandar-Punjab:
B.Sc. (Hons.) Agriculture
Duration : 4 yrs. (8 Semesters)
(Approved by ICAR)
Programme Details

A four-year undergraduate degree programme that primarily focuses on students understanding in agricultural and allied sciences. It includes discipline like Agronomy, Horticulture Genetics and Plant Breeding, Soil Science, Plant Pathology, Entomology, Economics, Extension, etc. The major emphasis of the program is to get the students acquainted with knowledge and hands-on experiences in above mentioned discipline and apply that knowledge to high value agricultural production in a sustainable manner.

Programme’s Discipline Overview: Agriculture Discipline
Eligibility Criteria (Qualifying Exam)
Qualifying LPUNEST and Pass with 60% aggregate marks in:

(a) 10+2 or Intermediate (with English*, Physics, Chemistry and Maths or Biology or Forestry)
OR
(b) 10+2 or Intermediate (Agriculture)
OR
(c) 2 years Diploma in Agriculture after 10th or equivalent

*Condition of English as a subject may be waived off provided the candidate has studied in English medium.

(5% relaxation to North East states and Sikkim candidates/ Defence Personnel and their Dependents/ Wards of Kashmiri Migrants)

Note:
The minimum age to take admission in B.Sc. (Hons.) Agriculture is 16 years.
Admission Criteria
Merit in qualifying examination LPUNEST, subject to eligibility criteria.

Related Programmes
B.Sc. (Hons.) AgricultureDuration : 4 yrs. (8 Semesters)

Fee
Programme Fee (per semester)
120000
Details
Scholarship Amount
(per semester)
Applicable Fee after Scholarship
(per semester)
LPUNEST score more than or equal to Category I cut-off
Or
95% or above aggregate marks in 12th or Diploma or 10th
30000
(i.e. 25% of Programme Fee)
90000
LPUNEST score more than or equal to Category II cut-off
Or
90% – 94.99% aggregate marks in 12th or Diploma or 10th
24000
(i.e. 20% of Programme Fee)
96000
LPUNEST score more than or equal to Category III cut-off
Or
80% – 89.99% aggregate marks in 12th or Diploma or 10th
18000
(i.e. 15% of Programme Fee)
102000
Examination Fee
3000 (per semester)
Programme Fee (for International applicants Except Sri Lanka, Bhutan, Nepal and Bangladesh)
US $2450 (Per Semester)
Programme Fee (for International applicants from Sri Lanka, Bhutan, Nepal and Bangladesh)
120000 (per semester)
Fee details and Allied Issues
Fee for successive semesters will be payable before the end of teaching of preceding semester.
Examination fee (per semester) is Rs. 3000 and examination fee of 1st semester is payable along with fee of 2nd semester or before.
For Fee other than programme fee, please refer the head ‘Fee for Additional Services/ Facilities’ of ‘General Guidelines for Admissions’ in Part C of the Prospectus-2021.
‘Terms and Conditions for LPU – Scholarship and its different phases’ as mentioned in Part B of Prospectus-2021 must be referred.
The term ‘Programme fee’ as mentioned above, includes – Tuition and Development fees; University Fee for Registration/ Enrolment, Cultural, Sports, Club activities, Co-curricular activities etc.; Fee for Additional Services/ Facilities for Contingency, Outreach, Placement, Medical, Counselor etc. as prescribed by the University.
If the Fee of the programme is reduced due to any reason,scholarship amount for all the brackets/ categories will be reduced proportionately i.e. fee after scholarship etc. will not be reduced and will remain same.
For aggregate marks in qualifying exam, refer clause ‘Eligibility’ under General Guidelines for Admissions etc. in Part C of Prospectus-2021.
Modes of Payment
Demand Draft/ Pay Order in favor of “LOVELY FACULTY OF TECHNOLOGY AND SCIENCES“ payable at JALANDHAR.
Cash can be deposited only at Division of Admissions at the University Campus in Phagwara (Punjab).
Credit Card/ Debit Card (only for online submission of Application).
Requisites & Highlights
Requisites/ Conditions
Procuring atleast one textbook for each course and carry bag in all semesters/ years and Laptop is compulsory.
Students will be required to spend approximately Rs.3000 for University Uniform. It would include a set of Blazer, Trousers, Shirt and Tie/ Scarf as per the requirement of the respective programme.
The minimum age to take admission in B.Sc. (Hons.) Agriculture is 16 years.
Highlights
International Exposure Option
Student may be given an option to go for 4 weeks study tour to USA/ European countries or any other country as decided by the University subject to conditions.
Semester Exchange
Student may be given an option to join partner/ receiving university abroad for a semester as decided by the University subject to conditions.

ITM University- Gwalior-MP:
Agriculture is the main source of livelihood for over 80% of the rural people in India. Although it employs about 52% of the labour force, it contributes to only 14.5% of GDP and 10.23% of all exports. Rural women, who constitute 30% of the agricultural work force, are amongst the least paid workers. Any effort of poverty reduction and economic development must address the problem being faced by the agricultural sector and turn the challenges into economic opportunities for the poor.Agriculture has important role in driving national economy as 55% population is still dependent on Agriculture as it provides raw materials to many industries. With the opening of world economy, our farmers have to be globally competitive in terms of quality and cost of agricultural produce.
Rising world population and economies are rapidly increasing the demand for food. At the same time, agricultural systems are being placed under pressure to meet environmental, social and economic goals. Modern agriculture practices are increasingly turning out to be knowledge based systems. India does require agriculture education at all levels so that Indian farmers are better equipped to handle the challenges of globalization. With the entry of Foreign Direct Investments (FDI) in the sector, many MNCs have forayed into the segment with dozens of agro-products with better packaging and high decibel marketing; subsequently this has resulted as a threat to Indian farmers who lack professional expertise to deal with these issues. Hence the need of the hour is to give agricultural education a high priority. Despite rapid strides by the agriculture sector, still there exists many grey areas which require immediate attention. Keeping into account of the fact that increased productivity and production must be the sole objective of agricultural research, our scientific community is leaving no stone unturned for bringing about paradigm changes in agriculture education in the country. ITM University Gwalior has decided to start School of Agriculture to produce practicing agriculture scientists, engineers and marketing proffesionals etc.
Programmes Offered
B.Sc. (Ag) /B.Sc. (Ag) Honours
M.Sc. (Ag) Agronomy
M.Sc. (Ag) Horticulture
M.Sc. (Ag) Soil Science
M.Sc. (Ag) Plant Pathology
M.Sc. (Ag) Genetic & Plant Breeding
MBA – Agribusines
These programmes involve a very rigorous academic and skill oriented practical knowledge transfer, along with opening a window with agriculture know- how through various courses planned with different agro- ecological situations and regional variation. Major thrust is given to include the course curriculum and syllabus as per IV Deans Committee Recommendation of ICAR. The personality development and professional capabilities courses are also imbibed in the curriculum to make the student well versed in techniques of presenting their knowledge and skill in efficient manner to deal with the concerns of sustainable development of agriculture in all the aspects.
Uniqueness
India achieved spectacular agricultural growth since 1966, after advent of the Green Revolution. The increase in food grain production from a meager 51 million tonnes in 1950 to about 265.57 million tonnes in 2013-2014 is remarkable achievement unparallel in the history of world agriculture. Similar enhancement in production of milk, fish, oilseeds and fruit & vegetables has also been observed. White, Blue, Yellow and Golden Revolution respectively have been responsible for bringing prosperity in the farming community. The cradle of this success beside government policies and high receptivity of the farming community has been the establishment of institutions of higher agriculture education. These institutions developed new breed of skilled human resources who were instrumental in not only generating new technologies but also in their assessment, refinement and dissemination to the farming community.
The School of Agriculture of ITM University Gwalior was started during the year 2013, looking to the ample scope of agricultural development in Madhya Pradesh. Initially undergraduate (B.Sc. (Ag) / B.Sc. (Ag) Hons.) and Postgraduate (M.Sc. (Ag.) in Agronomy and Horticulture) disciplines were started with total intake of 231 students in B.Sc. (Ag) / B.Sc. (Ag) Hons. and 27 students in Agronomy and 12 Student in Horticulture. At present the total intake of students in School of Agriculture is 511. This year MBAAgribusines programme is also being offered.
Technical competence Acquired
School of Agriculture has experienced faculty in the field of Agricultural and Allied sciences. The field of expertise of the faculty is in the Genetic Plant Breeding Soil science, Agronomy Horticulture, Plant Protection etc. The school is trying at her level best to develop the skill oriented sets of teaching, research and extension as per specific need of the students and farming community of the M.P. Since the School of Agriculture is initiated to act at very early stage the development of teaching, research and extension is at embryonic stage.

Augmented Opportunities available in the department
MOU’S with Indian Grassland and Fodder Research Institute, National Research Central for Agro- forestry, Jhansi and Central Institute of Sub-tropical Horticulture are under process.
Resources of the department
Experienced Faculty in the field of GPB Soil Science, Agronomy, Plant Pathology, Horticulture and other allied sciences are already available with the School of Agriculture.
Infrastructural resources
School of Agriculture situated at present in Sithouli Campus, however, the building of School of Agriculture is to be constructed at Turari Campus along with basic amenities such as 50 hectare Instructional Farm, Laboratory, facilities for Library, Sport and Recreation for all-round personality development of the students.
Research area:
Research areas are proposed in the field of Agronomy and Horticulture with special reference to varietal development, package and practices, INM, IPM etc.
Training offered
For the entrepreneurship development of rural youth, the seed production technology, nursery raising and management of horticulture crops are already proposed.
Career Options & Placement opportunities
There are tremendous career opportunities in Agricultural survices at national level through Agricultural Scientist Recruitment Board (ASRB). Provincial Agricultural Services (PAS) through State Public Service Commission as District Agriculture Officer (DAO), Soil Conservation Officer (SCO) District Horticulture Officer (DHO), Plant Protection Officer 101 (PPO), Extension Officer and other subordinate services. Besides, there is an ample scope in this field of griculture especially – Fertilizer, Agro-chemical, Biopesticide, Post Harvest Technology, Rural industries and Research & Development and Banking Sectors.
There is also an urgent need of agriculture graduate as entrepreneur in village based services such as diagnostic laboratories, Advisors on new innovation, markets and development officer / Asstt. in corporate and contract farming.

Shuats: UP
Faculty of Agriculture
The last half of the twentieth century has transformed our environment, perhaps radically, and brought more changes in our lives and thinking than any corresponding period in history. Frontiers of knowledge are expanding rapidly, making it possible to devise newer and more efficient methods of solving problems of the society. For this purpose of training of mind and mastering of skills and for harnessing science and technology to profitable and productive processes of economic growth and social well-being, the technological education system has been continuously reviewed and adapted to the changing needs of the society.

The faculty is committed to academic excellence and maintaining interdisciplinary approaches in its undergraduate and postgraduate teaching and research programmes. Academic programmes emphasize basic knowledge as well as its applications, pushing current frontiers of technologies, developing efficient and versatile algorithms and methodologies. Proper synthesis of technology, planning and management in engineering systems is stressed keeping in view varied the impact on the environmental, social and economic conditions

Colleges
Naini Institute of Agriculture
Ethelind College of Home Science (ECHS)
Makino School of Continuing And Non-Formal Education (MSCNFE)
College of Forestry

Naini Agricultural Institute (NAI)
The Sam Higginbottom University of Agriculture, Technology & Sciences a premier and foremost agricultural institute was established in 1910 in the form of a ‘school of agriculture’ by the American Presbyterian missionaries led by Dr. Sam Higginbottom with a mission to ‘Serve the Land’ and ‘Feed the Hungry’ by imparting training and adoption of scientific technology in production of crops and livestock together through participatory approach under the Scientist, Farmer Interaction Forum. It was the first of its kind in the country and South East Asia. Presently, the Institute is actively involved in teaching, research and extension to impart quality teaching and research-extension modules for the multi-dimensional development of the students and the farming community in and around the Allahabad region.

Departments
Department of Agronomy
Department of Genetics and Plant Breeding
Department of Horticulture
Department of Agricultural Extension and Communication
Department of Agricultural Economics
Department of Plant Pathology
Department of Entomology
Department of Soil Science and Agricultural Chemistry
Department of Animal Husbandry and Dairying

Academic Regulations

Courses Offered
SHUATS offers the following courses       Online Application Form
B.Sc. (Hons) Agriculture  (Duration: 8 Sem , No. of Seats: 300)
Eligibilty: 10+2 with PCM or PCB or PCMB or Inter Ag.
(Marks: Minimum 50% in aggregate)

B.Sc. (Hons) Horticulture  (Duration: 8 Sem , No. of Seats: 120)
Eligibilty: 10+2 with PCM or PCB or PCMB or Inter Ag.
(Marks: Minimum 50% in aggregate)

B.Sc. (Hons) Animal Husbandry and Dairying  (Duration: 8 Sem , No. of Seats: 60)
(Formerly B.Sc. (Hons.) Dairying)
Eligibilty: 10+2 with PCM or PCB or PCMB or Agri.
(Marks: Minimum 50% in aggregate)

M.Sc. Ag. (Agronomy)  (Duration: 4 Sem , No. of Seats: 60)
Eligibilty: B.Sc Agriculture (4Yr)
(Marks: Minimum 57% or 6.0 CGPA)

M.Sc. Ag. Horticulture (Vegetable Science)  (Duration: 4 Sem , No. of Seats: 40)
Eligibilty: B.Sc Agriculture (4Yr) or B.Sc. Horticulture
(Marks: Minimum 57% or 6.0 CGPA)

M.Sc. Ag. Horticulture (Floriculture and Land Scaping)  (Duration: 4 Sem , No. of Seats: 40)
Eligibilty: B.Sc Agriculture (4Yr) or B.Sc. Horticulture
(Marks: Minimum 57% or 6.0 CGPA)

M.Sc. Ag. Horticulture (Fruit Science)  (Duration: 4 Sem , No. of Seats: 40)
Eligibilty: B.Sc Agriculture (4Yr) or B.Sc. Horticulture
(Marks: Minimum 57% or 6.0 CGPA)

M.Sc. Ag. (Plant Pathology)  (Duration: 4 Sem , No. of Seats: 60)
Eligibilty: B.Sc Agriculture (4Yr) or B.Sc Biology or B.Sc, Horticulture or B.Sc. Forestry
(Marks: Minimum 57% or 6.0 CGPA)

M.Sc. Ag. (Entomology)  (Duration: 4 Sem , No. of Seats: 60)
Eligibilty: B.Sc. Agriculture (4yrs) or B.Sc. Biology or B.Sc. Horticulture or B.Sc. Forestry
(Marks: Minimum 57% or 6.0 CGPA)

M.Sc. Ag. (Genetics and Plant Breeding)  (Duration: 4 Sem , No. of Seats: 60)
Eligibilty: B.Sc Agriculture or B.Sc. Biotech. or B.Sc. Life Sc. or B.Sc. Horti. or B.Sc. Forestry
(Marks: Minimum 57% or 6.0 CGPA)

M.Sc. Ag. (Seed Science and Technology)  (Duration: 4 Sem , No. of Seats: 60)
Eligibilty: B.Sc . Agriculture/ B.Sc. Bio technology or B.Sc. Life Sciences or B.Sc. Biology or B.Sc. Horticulture or B.Sc. Forestry
(Marks: Minimum 57% or 6.0 CGPA)

M.Sc. Ag. (Agricultural Extension and Communication)  (Duration: 4 Sem , No. of Seats: 40)
Eligibilty: B.Sc Agriculture (4Yr) / B.Sc Home Eco. / B.Sc Home Sc. / B.Sc. Horti./ B.Sc. Forestry
(Marks: Minimum 57% or 6.0 CGPA)

M.Sc. Ag. (Agricultural Economics)   (Duration: 4 Sem , No. of Seats: 40)
Eligibilty: B.Sc. Agriculture (4Yr) or B.Sc. Home Economics or B.Sc. Home Science or B.Sc. Horticulture or B.Sc. Forestry or B.Sc. Dairying or B.A Economics or B.A Business Economics or BBA or BBM or related field
(Marks: Minimum 57% or 6.0 CGPA)

M.Sc. Ag. (Soil Science and Agri. Chemistry)  (Duration: 4 Sem , No. of Seats: 40)
Eligibilty: B.Sc Agriculture(4Yr) / B.Sc. Geology/ B.Sc. Horti. / B.Sc. Forestry/ B.Sc. PCM/ B.Tech. Ag. Engg.
(Marks: Minimum 57% or 6.0 CGPA)

M.Sc. Ag. (Animal Nutrition)  (Duration: 4 Sem , No. of Seats: 5)
Eligibilty: B.Sc Animal Husbandry & Dairying, B.Sc Agriculture, B.Sc Biology with IDD (DH), B.Sc Dairying, B.Sc Animal Sc., B.V.Sc, B.Sc Biology
(Marks: Minimum 57% or 6.0 CGPA)

M.Sc. Ag. (Livestock Production and Mgt.)   (Duration: 4 Sem , No. of Seats: 5)
Eligibilty: B.Sc Animal Husbandry & Dairying, B.Sc Agriculture, B.Sc Biology with IDD (DH), B.Sc Dairying, B.Sc Animal Sc., B.V.Sc, B.Sc Biology
(Marks: Minimum 57% or 6.0 CGPA)

M.Sc. Ag. (Animal Genetics and Breeding)  (Duration: 4 Sem , No. of Seats: 5)
Eligibilty: B.Sc Animal Husbandry & Dairying, B.Sc Agriculture, B.Sc Biology with IDD (DH), B.Sc Dairying, B.Sc Animal Sc., B.V.Sc, B.Sc Biology
(Marks: Minimum 57% or 6.0 CGPA)

M.Sc. Ag. (Poultry Husbandry)  (Duration: 4 Sem , No. of Seats: 5)
Eligibilty: B.Sc Animal Husbandry & Dairying, B.Sc Agriculture, B.Sc Biology with IDD (DH), B.Sc Dairying, B.Sc Animal Sc., B.V.Sc, B.Sc Biology
(Marks: Minimum 57% or 6.0 CGPA)

 

GURU KASHI UNIVERSITY-BATINDA-PUNJAB:
University College of Agriculture
Agriculture Department
S.No . Courses Eligibility Duration
1 B.Sc. Agriculture (Hons.) 10+2 (Non-Medical / Medical / Agriculture) 4 Years
2 M.Sc. Agriculture (Agronomy, Fruit Science, Vegetable Science, Entomology, Plant Pathology, Soil Science,Agriculture Economics ) Bachelor’s Degree in Agriculture or equivalent 2 Years
3 Diploma in Agriculture Science Matric 1 Years
4 Ph.D (Agronomy, Fruit Science, Vegetable Science, Entomology, Plant Pathology, Soil Science,Agriculture Economics) Post Graduation in the relevent subject/field with minimum of 55% marks in aggregate or CGPA of 6.0 on a 10 point scale.
Admission is done on the basis of Entrance Test by issuing a separate notification in the newspapers and on the website of the university. Minimum 3 Years
Veterinary Science & Dairy Technology Department
5 Diploma in Livestock & Veterinary Science Matric 2 Years
6 Diploma in Veterinary Sciences and Animal Health Technology 10+2 Medical 2 Years

CENTURIAN UNIVERSITY:
About the Programme
Overview: Agricultural Education is the teaching of agriculture, natural resources, and land management through hands-on experience and guidance to prepare students for entry-level and advanced agricultural jobs. Demand for agricultural graduates is supposed to be high as compared to the demand for all other occupations in the coming years. The global trend towards standardization of all agricultural products and equipment will lead to greater demand for agricultural professionals. The increasing demand for agro-products, the efforts toward attaining greater efficiency in the agricultural industry and the emphasis of conservation of scarce resources would result in a higher job. CUTM offers 4 years B.Sc. Agriculture course from 2013-14 academic year onwards. Keeping in view of the Agricultural demand in our country, the Academic program has been framed with a balanced semester-based course structure & curricula which promote exploration, innovation, and research. This program, in turn, will be helpful for employment in various Institutes, R & D Organizations & Industries in the country.

Course Fee
Fee Per Semester Fee Per Year
FOR PARALAKHEMUNDI CAMPUS  2,00,000

Syllabus
Basket I
Basket II
Basket III
Basket IV
Basket V – Domain Course
Basket V – Skill Course

Eligibility Criteria
10+2 (Physics, Chemistry, Biology) – 60% from Odisha Board/CBSE/ICSE/Other board, 80% for AP Board And Centurion University Entrance Exam (CUEE) Score

Career path you can choose after the course
Agricultural consultant
Estates manager
Farm manager
Fish farm manager
Plant breeder/geneticist
Rural practice surveyor
Soil scientist