B.Sc Agriculture

B.Sc. Agriculture is a 4-year undergraduate degree awarded by Indian Universities for 10+2 students preferably with Science stream. Like, BE/B. Tech or MBBS, B.Sc. in Agriculture is considered as a professional degree by Government of India. Admission to the course is through the entrance exam based. There are 42 State Agricultural Universities (SAUs), 1 Central Agricultural University (CAU), 5 Deemed Universities (DUs) and 4 general Central Universities with Agriculture faculty in India. These institutions provide admission at UG level in 11 disciplines and about 15,000 students get enrolled every year. There are large numbers of private colleges and general universities too which admit a large number of students in B.Sc. Agriculture course few of which are:

B.Sc. Agriculture involves the study of agriculture sciences and use of modern scientific equipment and techniques in agriculture, land surveying, soil science, water resource management, animal, and poultry management, basics of biotechnology etc. The objective of the course is to use these concepts to train students to improve agricultural productivity. B.Sc. Agriculture Syllabus includes subjects such as Agronomy, Plant Biochemistry, Water Management Engineering, Study of Pests and Crops, amongst many others. The syllabus is designed to provide an overall knowledge of agriculture and all its related disciplines. B.Sc. Agriculture graduates can find jobs in both public and private sectors.

Students Information A.C. Pune

Academic Year 2017-18

 

Degree

Year

Semester

Capacity

Girls

Boys

Total

B.Sc Agri.

2014-2015

VII

257

113

102

215

2015-2016

V

276

113

153

266

2016-2017

III

247

116

150

266

2017-2018

I

238

109

107

216