The foundation of Tirhut College of Agriculture was laid way back on 18th August 1960, by Late Dr. Srikrishna Singh, the first Chief Minister of the State of Bihar. TcA was established with a vision to cover the fertile land of north Bihar with granary. It aims at educating the young generation about the improved methods of production, farming, harvesting crop technologies and techniques to tackle the problems persistently arising in the field of agriculture. Self employment abilities are inculcated in the students through Nursery Management Programmes and courses relating to floriculture, plant health clinic, mushroom cultivation, etc. TcA regularly conducts inter - collegiate competitions, so as to provide exposure to the students and motivate them to strive for the best. The college is connected by roadways and railways from all major cities.

Facts and Figures of Tirhut College of Agriculture

Established In


Affiliated to

Rajendra Agricultural University

Accredited By


How to Reach

25 Kms. from Muzaffarpur, Pusa Road

Total Seats


Hostel Facility

4 Hostels for boys and 1 for Girls

Why to Join Tirhut College of Agriculture?

  • Renowned Faculty: Experienced faculty helps us in imparting fine knowledge in our students. It also provides us an edge as most of the professors hold 10 years of minimum experience in their field of knowledge.

  • Extracurricular Activities: Students are encouraged to participate in NCC/NSS activities, Dramatics, Debates, Games and Cultural Events. Educational excursions along with extracurricular activities are regularly held.

  • Practical Exposure: Final year students are required to undertake 6 months field work training under Rural Agricultural Work Experience Programme.