B.Sc. Agriculture is an undergraduate degree in the domain of agricultural studies. The course aims at providing knowledge about disciplines of Agriculture (Agronomy), Veterinary Science, Forestry, Fisheries, Horticulture, Home Science, etc.
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It is a 4-year professional degree course pursued by aspirants willing to make a career in agriculture science and related disciplines.
B.Sc. Agriculture syllabus is broad and consists of courses in Agronomy, Horticulture, Plant Pathology, Entomology, Agricultural Economics, Extension education, Genetics and Plant Breeding, Soil Science, Food Technology, Animal Husbandry apart from supporting courses in Basic Sciences, Humanities, and Agricultural Engineering.
The subjects ofB.Sc. Agriculturecourse are designed in such a way that students grasp all the knowledge related to agriculture and environmental science. The course has specialization like majoring in animal science, plant protection, soil science or agricultural engineering.
|Basic Science & Humanities|
|Subjects of Study|
|Plant Biochemistry||Fundamentals of Information Technology|
|Applied Mathematics||Principles of Analytical Chemistry|
|Principles of Environmental Sciences||Introduction to Computer Applications|
|Educational Psychology||Production Economics and Farm Management|
|Agricultural Marketing, Trade and Prices||Sericulture|
|Crop Pests and their Management||Principles of Plant Biotechnology|
|Breeding of Field and Horticulture Crops||Irrigation Water Management|
|Name of the Book||Author|
|History of Agriculture||M.S. Randhawa|
|The Future of Indian Agriculture||Y.K. Alagh|
|Principles of Agronomy||S.R. Reddy|
|The Nature and Properties of Soil||N.C. Brady and Ray Weil|
|Principles of Vegetable Production||S.P. Singh|
|Land and Water Management Engineering||V.V.N. Murty|
|The Insects: Structure and Function||R.F. Chapman|
|Principles of Plant Breeding||R.W. Allard|
|Plant Physiology||R.K. Sinha|