UHF combined entrance examination for horticulture and forestry streams. The merit of entrance examination is the sole criteria for selection at that time. It is the best institute.
Very good keeping in view the requirement of corporate and public sector. My electives in MBA agribusiness are finance, and got credit manager job in private sector bank easily. The course is very effective gives all round information about agriculture horticulture, credit structure, marketing retrospectives etc.
Yes, in B Sc topper get internship for performance and other facilities in hostel as well, in Post graduation also there are stipend for each students at that time.
The opportunities were less at that time but later on it improved in great way as hiring of agriculture graduates were very high after 2005. But best education level helped the students to get better jobs. Due to rise in vacancies in finance sector more Particularly in banking sector as agricultural officers helped the students to get better jobs in banks.
The campus was full of life. Hostel life was more exciting two cultural clubs are there competition is there for best performance. One is Environment sports and cultural club (ESCC) and other is TEAS. Both organise cultural and sports events. Almost all students take part in atleast on activity.
At that time it is quite feasible. I still remember the initial semester fee was about 4000 per semester. In MBA it was around 6000 per semester. Students also got stipend. The monthly hostel expenses were around 2000-3000. it was very much feasible at that time.
The scholarships are there for toppers, but not having more idea. I got only stipend as fee was very nominal at that time, hence there was no need of education loan there.
I gave entrance test. My streams are PCM with 50% marks in 10+2. Got a rank in entrance examination and got admitted in college of Horticulture. After B.Sc. Horticulture, gave entrance of MBA agribusiness and got the rank there.
The faculty of college at that time was very good. every teacher is expert in his discipline. Some teachers are world renowned in horticulture and forestry sector. At that time it was the only university of horticulture and forestry in asia, hence best faculty was there. Although there is political intervention is there but it teaches best toward the corporate politics in future.
Scenic and green environment. Good quality education. Safe and clean campus. Fields are nearby and very well maintained. Numerous ways to enhance Practical knowledge about the subjects. Proximity to the main market.
The college was established on 1st november, 1978. Vice chancellor is Ashok kr. Sarial. University is accredited by Indian council of agricultural research. Ranked 11th among 75 ICAR institutes of India.
Positive Remarks - Campus is good, Location of the college is good, Weather is excellent, No ragging. Negative Remarks - Some of the teachers are non cooperative, Very low mentality some of the people.
The overall grading of university is fine. Being a government university it has some issues and problems also but as we see the all-over progress , the university is doing well in it's own place and there is also good ranking of university as compared to all other universities and it is the only one university of horticulture and forestry in state collaborated with ICAR.
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