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About B.Sc (Agriculture) Degree Programme


            B. Sc. Agriculture Degree programme is based on the development of national human resource capital in the field of agriculture and allied sciences. It was felt that highest priority to agriculture is required for the alleviation of hunger, under nutrition and poverty. It was a general consensus that the country needs creation of skilled, talented, entrepreneurial human resource and knowledge pool, especially of young graduates, along the value chain. Thus course curricula for Agricultural Sciences and their delivery systems should be so designed that the graduates produced become job providers rather than job seekers. Their skill, scale and speed should harness demographic dividends, meet the fast growing demand for quality products and democratically promote inclusiveness. In other words, our educational system and course curricula must be designed and geared to ensure excellence, relevance and high quality of products, zero environment footprint, climate resilience, high efficiency, and competitiveness. In doing so, the voices of the farmers, industry, corporate sector, NGOs, Civil Society, scientists, teachers and, of course, students must be heard and duly internalized in the curricula.

             B.Sc. Agriculture is 4 academic years i.e. 8 Semesters degree programme. The period of academic programme w.e.f. from July/ August to June / July in each calendar year and consist two semesters. Academic term is of 16 to 20 weeks duration. A part of subject matter carrying a specific number of credits in a semester. It is a unit of instruction on a segment of subject matter.

Credit:

Theory - One clock hour per week.

Practical - Two clock hours per week. (Laboratory / field / tutorial)

Credits undertaken by a student in a semester


Minimum Credit Load / Semester Maximum Credit Load / Semester
courses of Regular Semester 25 credits 30 credits (With permission from Principal)
For Repeat courses with F grade 10 credits
Maximum credit load should not be exceed more than 40 credits including F Grade.
Total 160 Credits should completed by students during degree programme.

Evaluation


         Result of individual course is evaluated in Grade Point ie.Percentage of marks obtained /10.

         Result of semester is evaluated in Grade Point Average ie. Total grade points obtained in the course during a semester / Total number of credits of courses successfully completed in that semester.

         Result of degree programme is evaluated in Cumulative Grade Point Average ie. Total grade points obtained in the courses during degree programme /Total number of credits of courses successfully completed in degree programme.

   Examination board: Maharashtra Agricultural Universities Examination Board ( MAUEB)

Scope and Opportunities


Ample opportunities are available for the agricultural graduates in Central/ State Governments, Banks, Semi-governments, NGO’s and various sectors such as State Department of Agriculture, State Agricultural Universities, ICAR, Zilla Parishad, Development Officers (Agriculture, Irrigation and Water Management), Civil Services examination conducted by MPSC & UPSC, Soil Testing Laboratories and Pesticide Residues Analysis Laboratories, Training Organizer / Subject Matter Specialists in KVKs, Food Inspector, Technical Officers and Technical Assistants (Staff Selection Commission), Cotton Corporation of India, Food Corporation of India, Nationalized and Private Banks, Agril. Insurance company, MAHABEEJ, Agril. Machinery Manufacturing Organizations, Seed, Fertilizer & Agro-chemical Industries, Quality control, R & D department, Research assistant in NCL, NCCS, DBT, ARI, VSI, Universities, QC executive in Herbal, Cosmetics, Pharma Industries, Supervisors in Food Industries and Plant Tissue Culture Laboratories, Self Employment

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