AGRICULTURE & ALLIED DISCIPLINES

Faculties / Domains

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A. Mission

To provide high quality education at various levels that results in knowledge and abilities for meaningful employment, entrepreneurship, value education and lifelong learning in the areas of Agricultural Sciences, food, natural resources and life sciences as they relate to the environment, farmer communities and society at large.

B. Graduate Attributes

  • Agricultural Knowledge 

    Able to acquire Agricultural concepts, understanding of Agricultural Production Systems and its marketing at National and International level. Competent in applying acquired knowledge and skills to support the farmers and other stakeholders

  • Research & Analytical Ability 

    Able to analyse critical Agricultural issues, to evaluate the source of information using quantitative and qualitative research techniques and develop effective solutions to intricate problems.

  • Information & Communication Technology 

    Able to find solutions to bridge the communication gap with farming community using Information & Communication Technology. Able to diffuse innovations and information to end users along with transfer of Agricultural Technologies

  • Problem Solving 

    Able to provide solutions to field and scientific problems in crop production, protection, value addition and marketing.

  • Effective Horti-Extension & Communication 

    Develop and Design effective communication methods and materials targeted predominantly for easy comprehension by farming community. React and respond proactively in verbal, non-verbal and written modes to all issues addressed, able to receive, process, comprehend and convey information on timely basis. Communicate clearly and confidently, and listen and negotiate effectively with others.

  • Leadership and Behaviour skills 

    Demonstrate initiativeness and confidence to participate in complex organizational situations, strive for Self-management skills, expression of values and trust in empowering team members, able to be an emotionally intelligent manager, encourage intellectual autonomy to meet management challenges among managers, able to collaborate and synthesis personal goals and organizational objectives to avoid conflicting interest.

  • Global Techno-Managers 

    Demonstrate personal accountability by applying solutions to diverse challenges facing agricultural systems. Ability to understand gain cross cultural knowledge for developing adaptability, valuing human diversity in resolving complex situations.

  • Ethics and professional conduct 

    Demonstrate a critical understanding of environmental, economic, social and ethical factors related to plant and animal-derived food and fibre production nationally and Internationally. Learn to appreciate diversity and equality, demonstrate ethical behaviours at all situations.

  • Horti business Entrepreneurship 

    Able to identify, plan and develop opportunities within the disciplines of Agricultural Domain. Learn the skills necessary to independently plan and execute a business idea.

  • Lifelong learning 

    Understand the value of industry and professional networks and their importance to self reliance, lifelong learning and career progression.

C. List Of Institutes