FEE STRUCTURE AND FACILITIES
To pursue M. Tech. from College of Agricultural Engineering & Post Harvest Technology, there are three streams available - Soil Water Conservation Engineering, Food Engineering, Farm Machinery And Power Engineering. Candidates can take any one stream they are interested in. However, fees is same for all streams which is about 12000 Rs. for complete course.
College has a well established department for placement. The department trains students and throws insights on career development. It aids in getting college students recruited. Some of the oganizations invited for campus interviews are - Jain Irrigation System Ltd., Jalgaon Mahindra & Mahindra, Guwahati Zydus Ltd., Rangpo, Sikkim
For all P.G. Degree Programmes out of 5 seats sanctioned for every field, 3 seats are to be filled through Entrance examination conducted by the University. Remaining 2 seats are filled through JRF examination conducted by ICAR. You can check the eigibility criteria on college's official website.
Faculty members of the college are very good in their behaviour. All of them believe in providing quality education to students. Along with that, faculty also believes that betterment of each and every student is important regardless of their academic excellence. Hence they keep taking classes on personality development once in a while.
College organizes many activities for students which helps students to grasp knowledge easily. Farmers visit in the campus to interact with students show them agricultural activity. College encourages students to participate in State/Regional/National Agricultural Fairs across India.
COURSE CURRICULUM OVERVIEW
Course curriculum keeps updating time to time as per industry requirements. It is designed so that initially it needs more attention towards theoretical knowledge and at the end of the syllabus practical knowledge is required to understand it properly.