Department of Agriculture

Department of Agriculture

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  • Vision & Mission
  • Program Educational Objectives (PEO's)
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About BSc Agriculture (Hons.)

BSc Agriculture (Hons.) is a four-year undergraduate program focused on the study of Agriculture and its practical applications. A Bachelor of Science in Agriculture provides students with a comprehensive grasp of various aspects of the field, encompassing agricultural production, study of all aspects of soil, animal farming, and agricultural economics. The subjects within the BSc Agriculture (Hons.) program are designed to impart a comprehensive understanding of the principles and methodologies inherent in agriculture. The curriculum encompasses Agricultural Science, emphasizing the proficient utilization of modern agricultural techniques and equipment in real-world scenarios. Academic and industrial visits, along with excursions and exposure to real-world scenarios, are integral parts of curriculum.

Objectives
  • Enable students to comprehend the rural context in the context of agriculture and related activities.
  • Provide practical training to equip students with diagnostic and remedial knowledge applicable to real-world field scenarios.
  • The B.Sc. Agriculture program at MIT aims to impart essential technical knowledge in agriculture and instill a sense of professional ethics in students.
  • Design the B.Sc. Agriculture degree to furnish students with both functional and integrative skills in the agricultural field.
  • Facilitate students' exposure to agro-industries, enhancing their understanding of the industrial environment for increased job opportunities and potential business ventures.

The four-year curriculum for a BSc Agriculture (Hons.) program encompasses various subject areas, including:

1. Crop Production and Management:  In-depth study of agronomy, plant breeding, crop physiology, and effective agricultural practices aimed at optimizing crop yield.  

2. Animal Science:  Emphasis on livestock management, animal nutrition, genetics, breeding techniques, and strategies for maintaining animal health.

3. Soil Science: Exploration of soil properties and management techniques to support optimal crop growth, with a focus on soil fertility, conservation, and sustainable land use practices.

4. Agricultural Economics: Examination of the principles of agricultural economics, farm management, agricultural marketing, rural development, and the formulation of agricultural policies.

5. Agricultural Engineering: Coverage of topics related to farm machinery, equipment, irrigation systems, post-harvest technology, and the development of agricultural infrastructure.

6. Agricultural Extension and Communication: Involvement in understanding various methods of disseminating agricultural knowledge, facilitating technology transfer, and participating in farmer outreach programs.

After obtaining a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture, individuals have the opportunity to pursue various career paths, including roles such as Land Surveyor, Forest Officer, Soil Analysis Expert, Genetic engineers, Grafting Expert, and Nursery Manager.

BSc  Agriculture (Hons.): The Top Choice

BSc (Hons.) Agriculture emerges as a prime educational program for those aspiring to establish successful careers in this sector. This specialized degree equips students with fundamental knowledge and the latest advancements in the field of agriculture in India. The BSc Agriculture (Hons.) program at Meerut Institute of Technology (MIT) is a full-time four-year degree Programme comprising eight semesters. The institution holds an "A" accreditation from National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC), affirming the excellence of its courses, faculty in the field of B.Sc. Agriculture, and the quality of its facilities and infrastructure. MIT, renowned for its technological innovation, extends its expertise to agriculture, blending traditional farming practices with modern technologies. The faculty at MIT is a standout feature. Comprising accomplished experts and researchers in agriculture, they bring a wealth of knowledge and practical experience to the classroom.

Individuals who aspire to establish a career in the agricultural sector, driven by a keen interest in farming, crop production, livestock management, sustainable agriculture, or agribusiness, typically opt for a BSc Agriculture Hons. degree programme.

Versatile Career Avenue

BSc Agriculture (Hons.)  graduates in India have also a broad array of career opportunities within the significant agricultural sector. This industry is vital to the country's economy, offering diverse prospects for individuals with a background in agricultural sciences. Students can join various Institutes like:

  • Government Research centers
  • Agricultural State Universities
  • Industry for Seed Manufacturing
  • Banking or Financial Institutions and Micro financing
  • Industry for Fertilizer Manufacturing
  • Industries in Food Processing
  • Agriculture Departments of the Central and State Governments
  • Educational Institutions, including Schools, Colleges, and Universities
  • Manufacturing of Agricultural Machinery
  • Agribusiness and Agricultural EntrepreneurshipTop of Form
  • Agricultural Economics
  • Management of Farms
  • Quality Assurance
  • Agricultural Banks
  • Multinational Corporations in the Agricultural Sector
Vision

The Department of Agriculture committed to disseminate knowledge of integrated agricultural and environmental systems to students and society. We strive to support student success through a creative, engaging, and fulfilling work environment that facilitates excellence and personal satisfaction among its personnel.

Mission

To develop knowledge about the various streams of Agriculture viz. Crops management, Forestry, Horticulture and Animal husbandry for the enhancement of production and productivity for the benefit of agriculture community and society.

Program Education Objectives (PEO's):

  • PEO-1 To Produce graduates who pursue careers in the field of agriculture and agricultural based industry.
  • PEO-2 To Produce graduates who is having grater awareness of the role of agriculture in economy, society and environment, so that may become citizen who support wise agricultural policies. 
  • PEO-3 To produced knowledgeable graduates who can play an important role in bringing about sustainable innovation in agriculture.
  • PEO-4 To produce graduates who bridge the gap between lab and field.
  • PEO-5 To produce graduates who assume professional leadership role.
  • PEO-6 To produced graduates who demonstrate a commitment to lifelong learning.
Semester- 1
S.N. Name of the Subject  Subject Code Course Outcomes
1 Principals of Agronomy D-191 CO1 :  To understand about Indian Agriculture and importance, present status, scope and future prospect.
CO2 :  To understand the Cropping seasons of India, Soil formation and its properties.
CO3 :  To understand  the crops and crops seeds
CO4 :  To apply the understanding of Agronomy for crops cultivation and management for the purpose of    producing food for human, feed for animal and raw material for industries.
CO5 : To analyze the relation of Agronomy with other disciplines such as Botany, Soil Science, crop physiology, plant ecology, plant protection, Plant Genetics and Breeding, Agrometeorology etc.
CO6: To make students practically strong in the areas of field preparation,s owing and harvesting of crops,  fertilizer and crooping pattern. 
2 Fundamentals of Soil Science D-192 CO1: To understand  about soil forming rocks and minerals, their weathering and soil forming processes .
CO2: To understand about physical and chemical properties of soil and their effect on plant’s health.
CO3: To understand students about causes, effects and remedies to prevention and mitigation of soil pollution.
CO4: Student will able to evaluate physical and chemical properties of soil.
3 Elements Of Genetics D-193 CO1:To understand about the historical development aspect of genetics.
CO2:To understand the concept of inheritance and cell division.
CO3:To understand the linkage and crossing over and its significance in plants.
CO4:To understand the causes of various genetic disorders proper. CO5: To know proper handling during laboratory work.
4 Elementary Statistics and Applied Mathematics D-194 CO1: To  understand of basic concepts of statistics and applied mathematics.
CO2: To compute various measures of central tendencies, dispersion , probability, sampling
techniques, differentiation and their implementation in solving the numerical problems.
CO3: To analyse the data using various statistical test like Z- Test, T-Test, F- Test, Chi- Square  
Test.
CO4: To take appropriate decision by applying the concepts of analytics and experimental
design.
 
5 Agricultural Meteorology  D-195 CO1: To understand roles of agrometeorology in agriculture and its relation to other areas of agriculture.                    CO2:To acquaint with recent developments in agrometeorology with historical development of climate change.
CO3: To understand the  meteorological and hydrological factors in relation to agriculture.
CO4: To understand weather and climate are the factors determining the success or failure of agriculture.
CO5: To analyse agrometeorology studies the behavior of the weather elements that have direct relevance to agriculture and their effect on crop production.
 
6 Rural Sociology and Educational Psychology D-196 CO1 : To Understand and analyze social, economic and political aspects of rural society.
CO3 :   To Understand the changes that are taking place in rural society.
CO4 :   To Understand the psychological concepts and Rural leadership.
CO5 :   To understand basic rural institution and their role.  
CO2 :   To be able to demonstrate nature, subject-matter and importance of studying Rural Sociology.
7 Fundamental of Horticulture  D-197 CO1 : To understand horticulture relates to the economy and environments, both currently and in the future.
CO2 :Students will understand basic principles, processes and plant propagation methods.
CO3 :Students will be able to understand plant vegetative structure
CO4 :Students will apply his understanding  in plant propagations, harvest and management.
8 Structural & Spoken English D-199 CO1:Student will able to understand the functional aspects of english grammar.
CO2:The course will acquaint students with the common english sentence structures, enable them to form new sentences and detect common errors.
CO3:Student will understand the different styles of reading and develpo their english comprehension.
CO4:Strudent will able to write application and report. It will develop written communication  skills of the students.
CO5:To increase the vocabulary of students and develop their understanding english.
9 Environmental Studies D-008 CO1: To understand the basics aspects associated with structure and function of ecological systems.
CO2 : To understand the importance of natural resources and the need of their conservation for a sustainable environment.
CO3 : To identify their roles, responsibilities as a citizen, consumers and environmental actors in a complex interconnected world.
CO4 : To analyze the impact of human and pollution on environment.
CO5 :Students will able to write and communicate effectively about environmental issues and problems
Semester- 2
S.N. Name of the Subject  Subject Code Course Outcomes
1 Irrigation and water management D-291 CO1: To understand the  importance of water in crop production.
CO2: To understand  the irrigation scheduling, system and methods of irrigation.
CO3: To understand about the  quantity and quality of irrigation water, WUE, factors affecting W.U.E. and agronomic techniques to boost W.U.E.
CO5: Student will apply their understanding in  the elementary idea of drainage and its importance.
CO4: Student will able to analyze the water requirement of crops and factors affecting it.
2 Fundamentals of extension education and rural development D-292 CO1:To understand of the rural development schemes.
CO2:To understand of the problems of rural development.
CO3:To understand different methods for transfer of agricultural technology.
CO4:To understand of aids for extension activities as projector, display board, field demonstrations.
CO5:To be able to create plan for developmental activities.
 
3 Elementary crop Physiology D-293 CO1: To understand the physiology of plants. CO2:To understand the plant cell and its function.
CO3:To understand the deficiency and disorder of Nutrients in plants. CO4:To understand the plant growth photosynthesis democracy etc.
4 Introductory Entomology D-294 CO1:To understand the knowledge of Insects. O2:To understand about the insects morphology, anatomy, sense organs.
CO3:To understand general introduction of phylum Arthropoda, its various classes & their character with reference to class-Insecta.
CO4:To understand the pre development & post embryonic development.
5 IntroductoryPlant Pathology D-295 CO1:To understand the knowledge of Plant Pathology.
CO2:To understand the reasons of plant pathogens.
CO3:To understand the pathogen fungi and classification.
CO4:To understand the pathogen bacteria and morphology, reproduction and role of causes the diseases.
CO5:To understand about virus and it nature
6 Elementary plant bio chemistry and chemistry of plant products D-296 CO1: To acquaint understanding on different theories of formation coordination compounds.
CO2: To understand the role of cell organelles and their functions.
CO3: To understand the deficiency symptoms of biomolecules.
CO4: To understand  the biomolecules in a given samples.
7 Introduction to Agricultural & Natural Resource Economics and Farm management economics D-297  CO1:To understand the markets and their role.
 CO2:To understand the market agents and controlled market
 CO3: To understand  the problems of marketing of Agriculture produce.
 CO4: To gain fundamental understanding of demand and supply of a commodity.
 CO5: To undertstand about importance of cooperative system and corporative Banks
Semester- 3
S.N. Name of the Subject  Subject Code Course Outcomes
1 Cereals, Millets and Pulses Crop (Kharif crops) D-391 CO1: To understand about origin, geographical distribution, and economic importance of Kharif crops.
CO2: To understand about the Soil and climatic requirements, varieties, cultural practices and yield of Kharif crops.
CO3: To uderstand  the constraints in production of oilseeds and pulses.
CO4: To understand the production technology of kharif cereals and millets to
fulfill the need of human consumption and milch cattle.
CO5: To analysis of comparative benefits of the different kharif crops. CO6:To impart practical knowledgeof operations from sowing to harvesting of kharif crops.
2 Principals of Plant Breeding D-392 CO1: To understand the  history and objectivity of plant breeding. CO2: To understand the mode of reproduction in crops.
CO3: To understand the emasculation and pollination in plants and its importance in crops in prevent.
CO4: To be able to  analyze a selection experiment.
CO5: To Communicate background information and original ideas related to breeding a specific crop
CO5: To start a consultant company to guide & supply the better varieties to the farmers.
3 Farm Structures, Power and Machinery D-393 CO1: To understand about the various sources of farm power and their uses.
CO2: To understand about working of IC Engines and their uses in modern equipments.
CO3: To understand about various parts of tractors and their mechanism.
CO4: To understand about the financial aspects of using farm power.
CO5: To understand about the various implements used in agriculture farm for various purposes.
4 Environmental Science and Agro Ecology D-394 CO1. To understand the basics aspects associated with structure and function of ecological systems.
CO2. To understand how the organisms that compose an agro-ecosystem interact with each other and with their environment.
CO3. To make the students to apply their knowledge for efficient environmental decision-making, management and sustainable development.
CO4. Students will analyze the ecological problems occurring in agriculture and selecting viable solutions to solve problems.
CO5. Laboratory and field experience allowing students to gain specific practical skills.
5 Agriculture Marketing, Export and Cooperation D-395 CO1. To gain understanding on agricultural marketing, challenges and prospects for improving agricultural marketing system
CO2 . To understand  the Markets and Market Structure
CO3.  Imparting understanding to marketing efficiency and agricultural prices.
CO4. To gain skills to analyze Marketing Functions, Market Information and Intelligence
6 Vegetable Production D-396 CO1: Students will understand  importance of vegetables in human nutrition improved and national economy. CO2:To gain understanding about quality requirement and production and techniques
CO3:To apply horticultural principles to the successful growth and production of horticultural plants. CO4: Student will apply the knowledge  for solving field problems.
CO5: To analyze the Importance of crop physiology in horticulture.     
CO6:Students will understand practical understanding on specialized production techniques of vegetables.
7 Elementary Microbiology and Soil Microbiology D-397 CO1: Student will understand the basics of different types of microorganism.
CO2: Student will understand about micro-organisms and their general characteristics.
CO3: To be able to understand  how to sterilization and disinfection.
CO4: Student will able to evaluate  about the micro-organism present in soil rhizosphere.
Semester- 4
S.N. Name of the Subject  Subject Code Course Outcomes
1 Rabi Crops Oil Seeds and commercials (Fields crops-II) D-491 CO1:To be able to understand the importance of Rabi crops.
CO2:To be able to write the origin and distribution of Rabi crop.
CO3: To understand the improved varieties and climatic requirements for Rabi crops.
CO4: To understand the improved agronomic practices for harvesting the good economical yield under different agro climatic conditions of U.P.
CO5: To be able to understand the processing of Rabi crop for values addition.
2 Breeding of field crops D-492 CO1: To understand the origins and distribution of plants
CO2: To understand the systematic description and economics important of crop plants.
CO3: Student will able to develop consultant company to guide and supply the better varieties to the
farmers.
CO4: Student will able to create the insects and diseases resistant varieties for eco- friendly
 management.
3 Principals of Soil physics and conservation D-493 CO1: To be able to understand  the physical properties of soil and their determination.
CO2: To understand the importance of soil conservation in agriculture.
CO3:To be able to understand history of Soil conservation in India.
CO4: To understand soil erosion, definition type’s mechanics and causes of erosion, factors affecting soil erosion.
4 Livestock production and management and including poultry D-494 CO1: To understand the importance and contribution of livestock in the state and national economy.
CO2: Students will be able to understand the mechanisms and role of reproductive physiology in livestock production.
CO3: Students will understand  the application of modern animal production technologies and management practices impact the production facilities, the communities and the world.
CO4: To have minimum basic understanding  of different disease encountered in the farm animal and poultry and their preventive and control measures.    
CO5: Students will able to apply concepts of breeding, physiology, nutrition, herd-health, economics and management into practical and profitable animal production programs. CO6: To make students practically stronger to undertake entrepreneurship in the livestock and poultry sector.          
5 Economic Entomology D-495 CO1:To gain understanding of Economic Entomology
CO2: To understand the life Cycle of different pests (ex. Pest of Paddy, Pests of Jawer Maize Pest of sugarcane, Pest of cotton, Pest of pulses, fruit crop, vegetable& stored grain)
CO3:To understand about nature of damage.
CO4:To understand about Control strategies.
CO5:To understand about scientific names of different pests.
6 Fruit Production D-496 CO1:To understand importance of different fruit crops and plantation crops.
CO2:To understand canopy architecture for higher productivity in mango and grapes.
CO3: Students will understand package of practices for the major crops like mango, banana,
guava, lemon, pineapple, coffee, coconut and rubber.
CO4: To understand the concept of high density planting in different fruit crops. 
Semester-5
S.N. Name of the Subject  Subject Code Course Outcomes
1 Introduction to Plant Biotechnology D-591 CO1:To understand the biotechnological tools used in Agriculture biotechnology lab.
CO2:To understand the application of biotechnology/Genetics engineering in crop improvement.
CO3:To understand  the tissue culture media.
CO4:To understand  the plant tissue culture and micro propagation. CO5:Apply learned techniques in new or similar situations 
2 Milk and Milk Processing and human Nutrition D-592 CO1:To be able to write the definition and chemical composition of milk and colostrums.
CO2: To be able to understand the physical properties of milk and colostrums.
CO4: To be able to understand the factors affecting the quality and quantity of milk.
CO3: To be able to analyze the difference in the milk of  cow and buffalo and colostrums.
CO5: To be able to write the name of microorganism of milk and their functions.
3 Preservation of Fruit and Vegetable Post Harvest Management of Fruits and Vegetables D-593 CO1: To understand the post harvest technology of horticultural crops.
CO2: To understand the value addition of horticulture crops.
CO3: To understand the work space, tool and equipment design for PHT and value addition.
CO4: To understand  the various certification and accreditation i.e. FPO, ISO and other leveling. CO5: To understand post harvest loss reduction through processing of fruits and vegetables.:
4 Crop Pests and Integrated Pest Management D-594 CO1: To gain general understanding of crop Pests.
CO2:To understand about Integrated Pest Management.
CO3:To understand Insect Vectors transmitting plant diseases.
CO4: To gain understanding of Insect Control Methods.
CO5:To understand about Plant Protection equipments
5 Weed Management D-595 CO1: To understand why to undertake environmental weed control.
CO2: Students will able to understand different approaches of weed management.
CO3: Students will apply the understanding for planning of weed management and processes.
CO4: Students will able to evaluate about harmful and beneficial effects of weeds in Agriculture.                        CO5: Trained to workout collection and preservation of weeds.
6 Crop Diseases and their Management D-596 CO1: The course will acquaint students with the  general understanding of Plant diseases.
CO2: To understand how to control the disease and management of the diseases of crops.
CO3: Student will able to apply their understanding in identifying of disease symptoms, pathogens
CO4: To be able to understand  the disease and about plant quarantine.
7 Soil Fertility, Fertilizers and Integrated Nutrient Management D-597 CO1: To gain understanding of different manure and fertilizers used in different crops according to soil 
condition.
CO2: To understand essentiality of plant nutrients and mechanism of nutrient transport to plant.
CO3: Students will evaluate  the deficiency symptoms of plant nutrients.
CO4: To be able to establish soil testing laboratory in future as a entrepreneur.
Semester- 6
S.N. Name of the Subject  Subject Code Course Outcomes
1 Principles of Seed Technology  D-691 CO1: To provide students with the basic knowledge of seed formation, development, and morphology, seed chemical composition. CO2: To understand the storage of pure variety seed and to avoid the availability crises of pure variety seed due to adverse environmental conditions. CO3:To understand production of hybrid seed of different crops to increase the farm income. CO4: Provide students with the methodology of conducting and applying the industrial tests for monitoring seed quality. CO5:  Students will acquire skills & handling operations of different equipment's in seed science laboratory.
2 Dairy products technology D-692 CO1: Students will understand  about traditional systems of cattle and concepts of farming. CO2: To understand about cream separation, pasteurization , homogenization of milk chemistry and microbiology of milk. CO3: To understand  about general classification, characteristics, scope of microbes in dairy industry. CO4: To understand about mechanism of different dairy equipments.
3 Post-Harvest Technology D-693 CO1: To understand the importance of pre-harvest physiology for fruit and vegetables on the long term storage of horticultural crops. CO2: To learn about the importance of atmospheric composition on the eating quality and shelf life of horticultural crops. CO3: To evaluate the damage caused by post-harvest pest and diseases under different storage regimes. CO4: To Contrast the design of controlled atmosphere stores and modified atmosphere packaging. CO5:  To Determine various properties & parameters of Agriculture Produce.
 
4 Farming System & Sustainable Agriculture Course Outcomes D-694 CO1. The student will be able to understand  the major aspects of agricultural practices and traditions through time and throughout the world. CO2. To understand in general the relationships among culture, economics, politics, science, and agricultural development. CO3. To understand of the cross-cultural interactions and exchange that linked the world’s people and facilitated agricultural development is also expected. CO4. To understand the attempts to minimize agricultural pollution and sustain food production adequate for the world's population. CO5. The student will  analyze the refereed-journal articles, texts which  represent the perspectives of different societies and agricultural traditions.   
5 Agricultural Finance, Business  D-695 CO1: To understand the macroeconomics aspects of the economy as they affect the agricultural sector. CO2: TO explain the broad feature of Indian financial institutions with instruments to control credit in the country.
CO3: To Understand the conditions of financial markets and its impact in the economy.
CO4: To be able to apply economics principles to understand the conduct and performance of the agricultural industry.
CO5: To be able to explain  the functions, objectives and limitations of commercial bank and other financial institution.
6 Communication diffusion of agriculture innovation D-696 CO1: To understand the communication process and agriculture innovation. CO2: To understand the diffusion of agriculture innovation. CO3: To understand the development of agriculture research of agriculture innovation. CO4: To understand  the  management and demonstration for agriculture innovation.
7 Mushroom cultivation D-697 CO1: To understand  about different edible mushrooms and basic aspects of Mushroom cultivation.                    CO2:To be able to  understand  about the precautionary measures to be followed in mushroom cultivation. CO3: Student will able to gain knowledge to overcome contaminants, pest and diseases problems. CO4: To be able to get expertise in post harvest technology. CO5: Trained in spawn and mushroom cultivation especially indigenous to latest technology.   CO6: Trained to workout cost analysis of mushroom  unit and prepare projects to funding agencies. 
8 Ornamental of horticulture D-698 CO1: To be able to use botanical nomenclature to select plants for use in annual displays. CO2: The student will gain skill in manual drawing and execution of garden  CO3: The students will able to create the garden of their own  with all the elements of garden and principles.
Semester- 7
S.N. Name of the Subject  Subject Code Course Outcomes
1 Rainfed Agriculture & Watershed Management

Program Outcomes (POs)

  • PO-1 Apply the knowledge of Agricultural Science, Forestry, Livestock and other allied branches to the solution of complex agricultural problems. 
  • PO-2 Understand the impact of the professional agricultural solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
  • PO-3 Able to understand and demonstrate research based knowledge of the legal and ethical environment impacting agriculture organizations and exhibit an understanding and appreciation of the ethical implications of decisions.
  • PO-4 Able to demonstrate an understanding of and appreciation for the importance of the impact of globalization and diversity in modern agriculture organizations. Understanding of globalization, and NGO working.
  • PO-5 Able to demonstrate an ability to engage in critical thinking by analyzing situations and constructing and selecting viable solutions to solve problems. Ability to work effectively with others. To develops analytical ability and team work spirit.
  • PO-6 Understand and analyze the current events and issues that are occurring in agriculture and how they affect futuristic agriculture.
  • PO-7 Able to recognize and examine the relationships between inputs and outputs in their agricultural field to make effective and profitable decisions. To understand mechanics of agri- entrepreneurship.
  • PO-8 Understand how all aspects of agriculture combine and are used by scientists, marketers, producers and understand how employer characteristics and decision-making at various levels enhance the success of an agricultural enterprise. To understand components of agri business and economics of market.
  • PO-9 Able to demonstrate critical thinking and problem solving skills as they apply to a variety of animal and or plant production systems .To understand problem solving skills in crop production and animal husbandry.
  • PO-10 Knowledge of Weather codes and Symbols, Reading and Recording of weather and climatic data. To get trained for climatologically records, soil data and soil nutrition.
  • PO-11 Able to develop critical and self-critical opinion and approach aiming at solving the most important practical problems in the field of plant protection by applying gained competencies and in accordance with high standards of academic integrity (ethics and moral) both in the profession and in society as a whole. To develop competence to work in Government, public and private sectors.
  • PO-12 Demonstrate knowledge and understanding in horticulture section: The breadth and depth of the profession of horticulture. Basic horticulture biology: taxonomy, anatomy, morphology, and physiology. The characteristics of the environment and their influence on plant growth and development. Current applications of horticultural principles and practices: propagation, pest management, production, maintenance, and business practices. Comprehensive knowledge of horticultural production.
  • PO-13 This programme will also help students to enhance their employability for jobs in different sectors.

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S. No. Name of the Full-time teacher Designation Name of the Department
1 Dr. RAGHUVIR SINGH Professor B.Sc (Ag.)
2 Dr. ASHISH KUMAR Associate Professor B.Sc (Ag.)
3 Dr. JAY PRAKASH KANNAUJIA Assistant Professor B.Sc (Ag.)
4 Dr. HEMA NEGI  Professor B.Sc (Ag.)
5 Mr. SUMIT KUAMR Assistant Professor B.Sc. (Ag.)
6 Mr. SANDEEP KUMAR Assistant Professor B.Sc. (Ag.)
7 Mr. AJAY YADAV Assistant Professor B.Sc. (Ag.)
8 Mr. KAPIL KUMAR Assistant Professor B.Sc. (Ag.)
faculty
Dr. Deepak Singh
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Sc. Ag. (Hons)
Highest Education Animal Husbandry and Dairying
Teaching experience 1 years
Industrial Experience Nil years
Email id deepak.kumar1@mitmeerut.ac.i n
Area of interest Research & Education

 

MIT Professional Courses B.Sc. (Agriculture) Affilaition Letter Click Here

S.No

Name

Designation

1

Dr. Neeraj Pratap

Chief Proctor

2.

Dr. Ashish Kumar

Additional Chief Proctor

3.

Ms. Sonam Tomar

Member

4.

Mr. Akhilesh Pandey

Member

5.

Ms. Sakshi Goyal

Member

6.

Mr. Ankit Galiyan

Member

7.

Dr. Digvijay Singh

Member

8.

Ms. Nidhi Parashar

Member

9.

Mr. Sanjay Kumar

Member

10.

Mr. Ankit Gupta

Member

11.

Mr. Jonee Panwar

Member

12.

Ms. Sultana Zakiya

Member

13.

Dr. Mohd. Sadim (Warden, Boys Hostel)

Ex officio Member

14.

Ms. Ritima (Warden, Girls Hostel)

Ex officio Member

15.

Mr. K.N. Tripathi

(Special Invitee)

 

S. No.  Name of Faculty Designation 
1 Mr. Kailash Nath Tripathi Asstt. Professor
2 C A Swati Gupta Controller of Account & Finance
3 Mr. Ravi Ranjan Kumar Asstt. Professor
4 Dr. Mohd. Sadim Asstt. Professor
5 Dr. Jay Prakash Kannaujia Asstt. Professor
6 Mr. Ankit Gupta Asstt. Professor
7 Mr. Lalit Kumar  Asstt. Professor
8 Mr. Ayush Goel Student
9 Ms. Shivangi Garg Student

 

S. No.  Faculty Name  Designation 
1 Mrs. Nidhi Parashar  Asstt. Professor 
2 Mrs. Himani Mishra Asstt. Professor
3 Ms. Ritima Hostel Warden
4 Ms. Ruchi Mittal Asstt. Professor 
5 Ms. Sheetal  Asstt. Professor
6 Ms. Sonam Tomar Asstt. Professor
7 Ms. Ayushi Raj Student
8 Ms. Aasma Siddiqui Student

 

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A training programme of plant vegetative propagation by Meerut Udyami foundation
Agriculture demonstration field Mustard cultivation
Field Preparation for Practical Crop Production
Visit of Pusa Kisan Mela -2023 ICAR-IARI New Delhi dated 03-03-2023