|B.Sc||₹25,010 (1st Year Fees)||10+2|
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Classes are good but lacks infrastructure and practical labs. Those who joined recently are excellent. Dr. S. K. Singh. Plant breeding department. He teaches us with very much effort. The best part I like about him. His knowledge in every field. Infrastructure condition is improving slowly.
6330 rs per semester. Very affordable. At the time of admission they take 18890 but from 2nd semester 6330 rupees is required. Quite feasible.Mess charges are not included. 3000 per month extra for food we need to spend for it.
Course gives you ample space for research and labs of our college is ok not great. The infrastructure needs more development.From this course you will get knowledge about agricultural Economics, marketing,finance. With this course you will have good knowledge of how to increase the yield of crops.
Fee structure is feasible for an average student. The fees is decided by the University and it is around 80-90 k per annum. Fees is not too high. Education loan is available in the campus itself by showing the fee receipt. Fees is worth the facilities provided by the college.
Course curriculum is good enough for overall technical development of the students and to prepare for the competition. Emphasis is given to the course in order to cover complete syllabus All important subject are covered in the curriculum and in a proper sequence
Rajendra Agriculture University , one of 65 agriculture universities in India, is near Pusa Bazaar, in Samastipur District, Bihar. The foundation stone of the Agricultural Research Institute and college was laid by Lord Curzon on the 1st of April, 1905. It has five coll