Course Outcomes

Fundamentals of Horticulture

  • Students will be able to identify plant vegetative structure
  • Students will understands basic principles, processes and plant propagation methods.
  • Students will understands how to propagate plant, manage and harvest a variety of plant.
  • Students will learn how horticulture relates to the economy and environments, bothcurrently and in the future.

Fundamentals of Plant Biochemistry and Biotechnology

At the end of the course, a student will be able to understand –

  • Role of cell organelles and their functions
  • Functions of biomolecules and their utility in cell
  • Identify the deficiency symptoms of biomolecules
  • Synthesis pathways of biomolecules and regulations
  • Identification of biomolecules in given sample
  • Application of plant tissue culture in crop improvement
  • Tackled the problems in convention breeding
  • Plant tissue culture is an area of entrepreneurship

Fundamentals of Soil Science

At the end of the course, Students will be able to understand:

  • To be able about physical and chemical properties of soil and their effect on plant’s health.
  • To aware the students about causes, effects and remedies to prevention and mitigation ofsoil pollution.
  • Knowledge about soil forming rocks and minerals, their weathering and soil formingprocesses and climatic factors affect them.

Introduction to Forestry

  • Students will understand recognize various harvesting, transportation, and processingsystems used in the management of forest resources and production of forest products
  • Students will understand develop and evaluate management plans with multipleobjectives and constraints.
  • Students will learn how to develop and apply silvicultural prescriptionsappropriate to management objectives.
  • Students will understand analyze forest inventory information and project future forest,stand, and tree conditions.

Comprehension and Communication Skill in English

At the end of the course students will be able to understand:

  • Students will identify and explain their goals to the semester and also identify the needsofcommunication helps us meet .They will able to understand the common misconceptions aboutcommunication and the reasons, people use language.
  • Students can differentiate the action, interaction and transaction models ofcommunication. They can define the process of both perception and listening .Students can recallthe importance of listening effectively and can identify strategies for communicating the culturalawareness.
  • Students will able to introduce themselves to the class and begin getting to know oneanother and will apply communication strategies by preparing and participating in classdiscussion.
  • Students will prepare and present messages with the intent of persuading an audience.Students will able to analyze basic communication skills, intercultural communication skills,interpersonal communication skills and public- speaking skills.
  • Students can demonstrate critical and innovative thinking. Display competence in oral,written and visual communication. They can able to use current technology related to thecommunication field.

Fundamentals of Agronomy

  • In modern terminology however the word has come to mean and denote a branch ofscience dealing with all aspects of crop cultivation and production.
  • A study of agronomy often involves a summoning of resources from related disciplinessuch as Botany, Soil Science, Irrigation, plant protection, Plant Genetics and Breeding, Agro-meteorology etc.
  • In a more fundamental sense it can be categorized as an applied Science, the object ofwhich is crop cultivation and management for the purpose of producing food for humans, feedfor animals as well as raw materials for the industry.
  • Knowledge about Indian Agriculture and importance, present status, scope and futureprospect.
  • Cropping seasons of India. Soil formation, classification, physical, chemicalproperties.Identification of important crops and crop seeds.

Elementary Mathematics

  • Demonstrate competency in the areas that comprise the core of the mathematics major
  • Demonstrate the ability to understand and write mathematical proofs
  • Be able to use appropriate technologies to solve mathematical problems
  • Be able to construct appropriate mathematical models to solve a variety of practicalproblems
  • Obtain a full-time position in a related field or placement

Agricultural Heritage

  • Ancient Agricultural Practices & Its relevant to modern agriculture practices.
  • Traditional Technical Knowledge.
  • Our Journey (Developments) in Agriculture and Vision for the Future.

Rural Sociology & Educational Psychology

  • Understand concept of rural sociology, its importance in agricultural extension,characteristics of Indian rural society.
  • Understand social groups, social stratification, culture, social values, social control andattitudes, leadership and training.
  • Understand concept of educational psychology, intelligence, personality, perceptions,emotions, frustration, motivation, teaching and learning
  • Acquaint with characteristics of rural society, village institutions and social organizations.Select lay leaders and train them.
  • Assess personality types, leadership types and emotions of human beings iv. Create atraining situation under village conditions

Human Value and Ethics

At the end of the course, a student will be able to understand –

  • Understand the significance of value inputs in a classroom and start applying them in theirlife and profession.
  • Distinguish between values and skills, happiness and accumulation of physical facilities,the Self and the Body, Intention and Competence of an individual, etc.
  • Understand the value of harmonious relationship based on trust and respect in theirlifeandprofession.
  • Understand the role of a human being in ensuring harmony in society and nature.
  • Distinguish between ethical and unethical practices, and start working out the strategy toactualize a harmonious environment wherever they work.

Fundamentals of Genetics

  • Comprehensive, detailed understanding of the chemical basis of heredity specially in cropplants to improve and develop the new varieties of plants.
  • Understanding of how genetic concepts affect broad societal issues including health anddisease, food and natural resources, environmental sustainability, etc.
  • The knowledge required to to design, execute, and analyze the results of geneticexperimentation in plant systems.
  • Insight into the mathematical, statistical, and computational basis of genetic analyses thatuse genome-scale data sets in systems biology settings.
  • Understanding the role of genetic technologies in industries related to biotechnology,pharmaceuticals, energy, and other fields.

Agricultural Microbiology

  • Student will understand the basic microbial structure, function and study the comparativecharacteristics of prokaryotes and eukaryotes.
  • To know the various Physical and Chemical growth requirements of bacteria
  • Impart knowledge about production of beneficial bacteria.

Soil and Water Conservation Engineering

  • Various causes of soil erosion and forms of water erosion, classification of gully controlmeasures or structures.
  • Course will give the knowledge of soil loss equation and it can estimate long – termannual soil loss and guide conservationists on proper cropping, management, and conservationpractices.
  • This course will help the students to learn about Contour strip cropping designed tominimize soil erosion and Contour bunds which can save soils from erosion.
  • By this course student get the knowledge about Grassed waterways designed to movesurface water across farmland without causing soil erosion and various water harvestingtechniques.
  • Students will be able to understand the wind erosion, centrifugal pumps and variouspressurized irrigation methods. So overall the importance of this technology in farm is given tostudents by teaching this course.

 Fundamentals of Crop Physiology

  • Role of crop physiology in crop health.
  • Identification of deficiency symptoms of nutrients.
  • To understand the metabolic and synthetic pathway of biomolecules.
  • To know the difference between C3, C4 and CAM plant.
  • Importance of growth Harmon in Agriculture.

 Fundamentals of Agricultural Economics

  • Identify elements of business success in agriculture and food-processing as well aselements that determine economic role of agriculture in national economy.
  • Propose methods of micro- and macroeconomic decision making in agriculture indifferent agro-ecological and agro-economic circumstances.
  • Describe and explain models of production, supply and demand of agricultural and foodproducts on national and international markets
  • Understand the concepts of consumer choice and how it affect the farm / ranch levelagriculture firm.
  • Understand the macroeconomics aspects of the economy as they affect the agriculturalsector.
  • Apply economics principles to understand the conduct and performance of the agriculturalindustry.

Introductory agro meteorology& Climate change

  • To understand roles of agro-meteorology in agriculture and its relation to other areas ofagriculture to acquaint with recent developments in agro-meteorology with historicaldevelopment of climate change.
  • Agro-meteorology or Agricultural meteorology studies meteorological and hydrologicalfactors in relation to agriculture.
  • Agro-meteorology studies the behavior of the weather elements that have direct relevanceto agriculture and their effect on crop production.
  • Weather and climate are the factors determining the success or failure of agriculture.
  • To develop weather based agro advisories to sustain crop production utilizing various

Fundamentals of Plant Pathology

  • Student will acquaint about concepts of plant pathogens, major disease causing organismsand their etiology
  • To provide specific knowledge about host pathogen interactions.
  • Recognition of plant disease is the first step in doing something about them.
  • To give specific knowledge about environment and disease development.

Fundamentals of Entomology

  • To be able to identify morphological characteristics, feeding habit and habitat ofagriculturally important insect-pest.
  • To be able to apply concepts and analytical approaches in evolutionary biology, geneticsand other areas of insect biology of the student's choice.
  • To be able to categorize insects based on basic ecological, behavioural, morphological,physiological, or developmental attributes.
  • To be able to examine insects deeply within a biological level of analysis and makestrategies for successful pest management strategy.
  • To be able to understand about different families and orders of class Insecta which causeeconomic losses for human beings.

Fundamentals of Agricultural Extension Education

At the end of the course, a student will be able to understand –

  • Education; Extension Programme planning Meaning, Process, Principles and Steps inProgramme Development.
  • Extension systems in India: Extension efforts in Pre-independence era.
  • New trends in agriculture extension: privatization extension.
  • Monitoring and evaluation – concept and definition, monitoring, and evaluation ofExtension programme, Transfer of Technology- Concept and models

Communication Skills and Personality Development

  • Students will analyze basic communication skills.
  • Students will analyze intercultural communication skills.
  • Students will analyze interpersonal communication skills.
  • Students will analyze public speaking communication skills.

Farm Machinery and Power

At the end of the course, a student will be able to understand

  • Various sources of farm power and their uses
  • About working of IC Engines and their uses in modern equipments
  • About various parts of tractors and their mechanism
  • The financial aspects of using farm power
  • The various implements used in agriculture farm for various purposes

Agricultural Informatics

  • Understand analogy of computer
  • Basic knowledge of MS Office
  • Some basic knowledge of Internet and WWW
  • Use of IT application and different IT tools in Agriculture
  • Use of Decision support systems, Agriculture Expert System and Soil InformationSystems in Agriculture

Production Technology for Vegetables and Spices

  • Students will understand practical knowledge on specialized production techniques ofvegetables and spices.
  • Students understand will Importance of vegetables & spices in human nutrition improvedand national economy.
  • Students will knowledge about quality requirement and production and techniques
  • Managing skill for solving field problems.

Environmental Studies and Disaster Management

At the end of the course, the student will be able to:

  • Appreciate concepts and methods from ecological and physical sciences and theirapplication in environmental problem solving. Interdisciplinary branches of environment andtheir scopes.
  • Concepts of natural resources, Food resources, mineral resources, Concept of non-Conventional energy resources, types and various applications of renewable resources andcurrent potentials of energy resources.
  • Ecosystem Links between environmental components and their role and types ofecosystems.
  • Types of biodiversity, their values, depletion and conservation methods.
  • Basic Structure of atmosphere and their functions Current problems related issuescontext in solving environmental issues such as environmental health, food and agriculture,energy, waste and pollution, climate change, management, Basic knowledge about waterrecourses, current problems related issues, water born diseases, technologies of water treatment.
  • Composition of solid waste, sources of generation, collection and disposal methods of solidwaste, recycling, reuse of wastes.
  • Urban problems related to energy, Water conservation, rain water harvesting, and watershedmanagement. Environmental ethics: Issues and possible solutions, climate change, globalwarming, acid rain, ozone layer depletion.
  • Public awareness. Human Population and the Environment: population growth, variationamong nations, population explosion, Family Welfare Programme. Environment and humanhealth: Human Rights, Value Education, HIV/AIDS. Women and Child Welfare. Role ofInformation Technology in Environment and human health.
  • Meaning and nature of natural disasters, their types and effects and management.

Statistical Methods

At the end of the course student will be able to know

  • Acquaintance with some basic concepts in statistics.
  • Making familiar with some elementary statistical methods of analysis of data viz.Measures of Central Tendency, Dispersion, Moments, Skewness, and Kurtosis and to interpretthem.
  • Analysis of data pertaining to attributes and to interpret the results.

Livestock and Poultry Management

  • Develop and evaluate animal production and management systems by integratingknowledge of animal genetics, nutrition, reproduction, and other relevant disciplines andapplying scientific and quantitative reasoning to solve real-world challenges.
  • Locate, critically evaluate, and apply information from scholarly animal science literatureand other sources to expand personal understanding and knowledge of animal sciences,providing a foundation for lifelong learning.
  • Create and interpret graphs, tables and diagrams illustrating scientific data and concepts,and understand basic concepts relating to the design and analysis of research in the animalsciences.
  • Communicate effectively about animal sciences to a range of audiences, both orally and inwriting, using appropriate traditional and emerging media.
  • Engage actively and effectively in discussion of complex issues relevant to the animalsciences by understanding and appreciating:a. the importance of animals to the health and well-being of society;b. economic, environmental, animal welfare, and societal impacts of animal production andmanagement systems at the global and local level;c. varied ethical perspectives on animal practices;d. the role of science in informing debates.
  • Appreciate the breadth and depth of professional opportunities in animal sciences relatingto: The keeping of animals for food and fiber production and other purposes (e.g.,companionship, research and teaching, biotechnology, sports, species conservation);Theapplication of scientific principles to animal breeding, reproduction, feeding, growth anddevelopment, health management, housing, handling, and end – product safety and quality.

Crop Production Technology – II (Rabi crops)

  • To know the Origin, geographical distribution, economic importance, soil and climaticrequirements, varieties, cultural practices and yield of rabi crops.
  • Identify weeds in rabi season crops, Pulses-chickpea, lentil, peas; oilseeds-rapeseed,mustard and sunflower; sugar crops-sugarcane, Medicinal and aromatic crops-mentha, lemongrass and citronella, Forage crops-berseem, lucerne and oat.
  • Through proper knowledge of irrigation scheduling in rabi crops, additional area can beincreased of low water requiring crops.
  • Students will be able to know about the economic importance of medicinal and Aromaticcrops in present sphere.
  • It will be helpful to know about basic morphological characteristics of rabi crops.

Production Technology for Ornamental Crops, MAP and Landscaping

  • To evaluate natural herbal products from an economic perspective.
  • To use medicinal and aromatic herbs sustainably.
  • To set up business related to medicinal, aromatic and landscaping.
  • To develop effective ideas related to collecting, processing and marketing herbal naturalsources.

Renewable Energy and Green Technology

  • To understand the roleof renewable sources in agriculture sector.
  • To understand the bio fuel production and their applications in today’s world.
  • To understand and utilizing the solar energy in various aspects.

Problematic soils and their Management

  • To provide knowledge about waste land and problematic soils in India and management ofthe soils.
  • Knowledge of different reclamation and management practices for the development of thesoils.
  • To Understand different factors responsible for saline ,sodic and acidic soils and theirproperties.

Production Technology for Fruit and Plantation Crops

  • To know importance of different fruit crops and plantation crops.
  • Students will understand canopy architecture for higher productivity in mango and grapes.
  • Students will understand package of practices for the major crops like mango, banana,guava, lemon, pineapple, coffee, coconut and rubber.
  • To understanding the concept of high density planting in different fruit crops.

Principles of Seed Technology

  • Start a seed production program for fill full the requirement of quality seed in market andincrease the income.
  • Storage the pure variety seed to avoid the availability crises of pure variety seed due toadverse environmental conditions.
  • To supply the disease free seed in the market to get the environment friendly cultivation ofcrops.
  • To increase the farm income by producing high yielding disease free quality seed anddecrease the cost of cultivation also.
  • Production of hybrid seed of different crops to increase the farm income.

Farming System & Sustainable Agriculture

  • The student will be able to explain the major aspects of agricultural practices andtraditions through time and throughout the world.
  • The student will be able to explain in general the relationships among culture,economics, politics, science, and agricultural development.
  • A solid understanding of the cross-cultural interactions and exchange that linked theworld’s people and facilitated agricultural development is also expected.
  • The student will study and analyze the refereed-journal articles, texts, and practicesthat represent the perspectives of different societies and agricultural traditions.
  • To show how agricultural scientists are attempting to minimize agricultural pollutionand sustain food production adequate for the world's population.

Agricultural Marketing, Trade and Prices

  • Optimization of Resource use and Output Management: An efficientagricultural marketing system leads to the optimization of resource use and output management.An efficient marketing system can also contribute to an increase in the marketable surplus byscaling down the losses arising out of inefficient processing, storage and transportation. A well-designed system of marketing can effectively distribute the available stock of modern inputs, andthereby sustain a faster rate of growth in the agricultural sector.
  • Increase in Farm Income: An efficient marketing system ensures higher levels ofincome for the farmers by reducing the number of middlemen or by restricting the commissionon marketing services and the malpractices adopted by them in the marketing of farm products.
  • Growth of Agro-based Industries: An improved and efficient system of agriculturalmarketing helps in the growth of agro-based industries and stimulates the overall developmentprocess of the economy. Many industries depend on agriculture for the supply of rawmaterials.
  • Adoption and Spread of New Technology: The marketing system helps the farmersin the adoption of new scientific and technical knowledge. New technology requires higherinvestment and farmers would invest only if they are assured of market clearance.
  • Addition to National Income: Marketing activities add value to the product therebyincreasing the nation’s gross national product and net national product.
  • Price Signals: An efficient marketing system helps the farmers in planning theirproduction in accordance with the needs of the economy. This work is carried out throughprice signals.
  • Better Living: The marketing system is essential for the success of the developmentprogrammes which are designed to uplift the population as a whole.

Insect Ecology and Principles of Integrated Pest Management

  • Students knowledgeable about the effects of biotic and abiotic factors on insectdevelopment, population growth, species interactions, physiological requirements and insectbehavior.
  • Students are skilled in determining pest levels and impact on plant and animal hosts andthe management of these pests by Integrated Pest Management approach.
  • To be able to address complex problems facing entomology or toxicology professionalstaking into account related ethical, social, legal, economic, and environmental issues.
  • To be able to surveillance and forecasting of insect pests and assessment of insect pestpopulation and recent pest outbreaks and manage them by using different tools and recentmethods pest management.
  • To Understands about different classes of insecticides, their formulation, toxicity,poisoning, first aid and antidotes and their effect on plants, animals and environment.

Weed Management

  • Students will be acquainted about why to undertake environmental weed control.
  • Students will be acquainted about different approaches of weed management.
  • Students will be acquainted about harmful and beneficial effects of weeds in Agriculture.
  • Students will be acquainted planning for weed management and weed managementprocesses.

Epidemiology and Integrated Disease Management

  • Student will know importance of sign and symptoms for detection of pathogens anddisease
  • Student acquire the knowledge of integrated methods of disease management.
  • Learn about biological and chemicals in disease management.
  • Gain the knowledge about IDM modules of wheat, rice, groundnut, mustardpotato,cumin,citrus and chickpea diseases.

Manures, Fertilizers and Soil Fertility Management

  • Knowledge of different manure and fertilizers used in different crops according to soilcondition
  • To understand essentiality of plant nutrients and mechanism of nutrient transport to plantand factor affecting nutrient availability.
  • To be able about procedure of soil testing and establish soil testing laboratory in future as anentrepreneur.

Pests of Crops and Stored Grains and Their Management

  • Familiarized with identification of different insect pest of field, horticulture, ornamentals,vegetables and stored grains at the field level.
  • Understand how insects affect animal and Plant health and agricultural production, and beable to safely manipulate populations of beneficial and destructive species in habitats and inproduction agro-ecosystems with minimal environmental impact.
  • To be able about the biology, diversity, distribution of insects, and their relationships tocrop and the environment condition of a particular area.
  • To understand identification of nature of damage and symptoms caused by the pest sosuitable technique of pest management can be apply for effective control.
  • Management of crop pest through Integrated Pest Management approach without sideeffect on plant, animal and environment health.

Diseases of Field and Horticultural Crops and their Management-I

  • Student will know the common pathogens of different diseases.
  • Student acquire the knowledge about etiology, and symptoms of thesediseases whichhelps in diagnosis of the diseases of field and horticultural crops
  • By knowing means of dispersal of these diseases suitable management methods can beapplied.
  • Eco-friendly and economically suitable management practices may be adopted.

Crop Improvement-I (Kharif crops)

  • In this course Students learn importance of wild relative to produce new varieties ofkharif crop.
  • Learner learns Gene preservation method for further use to improve kharif crops.
  • Learner learns to apply breeding method to improve kharif crops.
  • Learner learns identification of resistance gene relate to kharif crop with high yieldpotential against Pest and pathogen and utilization genes.
  • Learner learns new genetic approaches to achieve a definite ideotype of khaif crop.

Entrepreneurship Development and Business Communication

  • Define basic terms,
  • Analyze the business environment in order to identify business opportunities,
  • Identify the elements of success of entrepreneurial ventures,
  • Consider the legal and financial conditions for starting a business venture,
  • Evaluate the effectiveness of different entrepreneurial strategies,
  • Specify the basic performance indicators of entrepreneurial activity,
  • Explain the importance of marketing and management in small businesses venture,
  • Interpret their own business plan

Geo-informatics and Nanotechnology and Precision Farming

  • The concept of "doing the right thing in the right place at the right time" has a strongintuitive appeal which gives farmers the ability to use all operations and crop inputs moreeffectively.
  • More effective use of inputs results in greater crop yield and/or quality, without pollutingthe environment.
  • Precision agriculture can address both economic and environmental issues that surroundproduction agriculture today.
  • Encourage the farmers to study of spatial and temporal variability of the input parametersusing primary data at field level.
  • Creating awareness amongst farmers about consequences of applying imbalanced doses offarm inputs like irrigation, fertilizers, insecticides and pesticides.

Practical Crop Production – I (Kharif crops)

  • In the course study students will be acquainted with the knowledge of profitable cropproduction technology.
  • Course content will help to students/farmers about ruminative crop production techniques.
  • It helps to adopt diversified farming system according to available farming situation.
  • It will assist to encourage the sustainable agriculture system.
  • Profitable based farming system can we adopted with the help of course content

Intellectual Property Rights

  • Skill to understand the concept of intellectual property rights.
  • Develops procedural knowledge to Legal System and solving the problem relating tointellectual property rights.
  • Skill to pursue the professional programs in Company Secretaryship, Law, Business,Agriculture, International Affairs, Public Administration and Other fields.
  • Employability as the Compliance Officer, Public Relation Officer and Liaison Officer.
  • Establishment of Legal Consultancy and service provider.

Bio-Pesticides and Bio-Fertilizers

At the end of the course, Students will be able to understand:

  • To acquaint with the importance of bio-pesticides in present scenario.
  • To educate about concept and classification of bio-concepts.
  • Role of bio-fertilizers in quality parameters of various agricultural products and key role ofbio-fertilizer in maintain soil health.

Rain-fed Agriculture & Watershed Management

  • The term Rain fed agriculture is used to describe farming practices that rely on rainfallfor water.
  • A major study into water use by agriculture, known as the Comprehensive Assessment ofWater Management in Agriculture, coordinated by the International Water ManagementInstitute, noted a close correlation between hunger, poverty and water. However, it concludedthat there was much opportunity to raise productivity from rain-fed farming.
  • Rainfall water can be use for a larger area by suitable watershed management techniques
  • Conservation of soil by adopting latest soil conservation techniques will help in obtaininghigher production of Rain-fed crops

Protected Cultivation and Secondary Agriculture-

  • To get knowledge about green house technology, types of green houses and constructionof green houses.
  • Course will give the knowledge of Green houseequipments, materials of construction fortraditional and low cost green houses.
  • This course will help the students to learn about Irrigation systems used in greenhouses,shade net house in protected cultivation.
  • By this course student get the concepts of cleaning and grading Moisture measurement.
  • Students will be able to understand the Material handling equipment, principle andworking.

Diseases of Field and Horticultural Crops and their Management-II

  • Student will know the common pathogens of different diseases.
  • Student acquire the knowledge about etiology, and symptoms of these diseases which helpsin diagnosis of the diseases of field and horticultural crops.
  • By knowing means of dispersal of these diseases suitable management methods can beapplied.
  • Eco-friendly and economically suitable management practices may be adupted.

Post-harvest Management and Value Addition of Fruits and Vegetables

  • Understand the post-harvest technology of horticultural crops.
  • Understand the value addition of horticulture crops.
  • Understand the work space, tool and equipment design for PHT and value addition.
  • Study the various certification and accreditation i.e. FPO, ISO and other leveling.

Management of Beneficial Insects

  • Students can adopt apiculture, sericulture and lac culture as an entrepreneur according toagro climatic zone.
  • To understand commercial methods of rearing, equipment, seasonal management, insect-pest and disease and important species for commercial use of honey bee, silkworm and lacinsect.
  • Identification of different bio control agents (Predator, Parasite and Parasitoids) and theiruse for sustainable pest management.
  • Learn about mass multiplication technique of biological control agents and established abio control lab in future as an entrepreneur.

Crop Improvement-II (Rabi crops)

  • In this course Students learn importance of wild relative to produce new varieties ofRabi crop.
  • Learner learns Gene preservation method for further use to improve Rabi varieties.
  • Learner learns to apply breeding method to improve Rabi crops.
  • Learner learns identification of resistance gene relate to Rabi crop with high yieldpotential against Pest and pathogen and utilization genes.
  • Learner learns new genetic approaches to achieve a definite ideotype of Rabi crop.

Practical Crop Production – II (Rabi crops)

  • In the course study students will be acquainted with the knowledge of profitable cropproduction technology.
  • Course content will help to students/farmers about ruminative crop production techniques.
  • It helps to adopt diversified farming system according to available farming situation.
  • It will assist to encourage the sustainable agriculture system.
  • Profitable based farming system can we adopted with the help of course content

Principles of Organic Farming

  • Initiative from Government for organic produce.
  • Role of NGOs in producing organic products.
  • Selection of crops and varieties for organic produce
  • Certification of organic produce.

Farm Management, Production & Resource Economics

  • The course contains a comprehensive treatment of the traditional agricultural productioneconomics topics employing both detailed graphics and differential calculus.
  • Focus on the neoclassical factor-product, factor-factor and product- product models, andis suitable for an advanced undergraduate or a beginning graduate –level course in staticproduction economics.
  • Understand limited resources available in the economy. Realize the need to exploitand utilize through development and improvement of production techniques.
  • Make them aware of the availability of rich natural endowments to achieve sustainableagricultural development with this knowledge they can challenge the problems of unemploymentinequality shortage of food productions, poverty and be useful to compete advanced agriculturaleconomies.
  • Gain knowledge of the causes of regional variations in productivity and production, socialand economic inequality,size of land holdings and lack of quality inputs ets. And suggestappropriate measures for the whole economy.

Principles of Food Science & Nutrition

  • Critically evaluates information on food science and nutrition issues appearing in thepopular press.
  • Discuss the important pathogen and spoilage microorganism in foods.
  • Discuss basic principles and practices of cleaning and sanitation in food preparationoperation.
  • Identity and explain nutrients in foods and the specific functions in maintaining health.