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10th April 2017, 01:49 PM
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What are the subjects followed in B.Sc Agriculture graduation?


What are the subjects followed in B.Sc Agriculture graduation? Can you please answer me on the same? It will be really helpful for me to get prepared early for the subjects so that I won't fail without knowing them. Awaiting for the response. Thanks!




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10th April 2017, 05:21 PM
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Default Re: What are the subjects followed in B.Sc Agriculture graduation?

These are the subjects of B.SC agriculture :
1. Agriculture Economics
2. Agriculture Extension
3. Agronomy 1 - Crops Production
4. Agronomy 2 - Field Crops
5. Horticulture - Study of Fruit crops and Vegetables, Landscaping
6. Genetics and Plant Breeding - Physiology and Genetics Engineering and others
7. Plant Pathology - Plant Disease
8. Entomology - Study About Insects
9. Soil Science - Soil Studies, Manures, Fertilizers
These are the main subjects of B.SC Agriculture.

Other subjects for B.SC Agriculture are :
1. Statistics
2. Computer Science - Basics
3. Agricultural Microbiology - Study About Microorganisms
4. Agricultural Engineering - Machinery, Pumps, Surveying

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10th April 2017, 06:35 PM
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Default Re: What are the subjects followed in B.Sc Agriculture graduation?

Following Main subject-

* Agronomy 1 0 crop production
* Agronomy 2 - field crops
* Entomology - study about insects
* Plant pathology - plant diseases
* Soil science - soil studies, manures, fertilisers
* Genetics and plant breeding - physiology and genetic engineering and others
* Agricultural Economics
* Agriculture Extension
* Horticulture - study of fruit crops and vegetable, Landscaping.

OTHER SUBJECTS

* Agricultural Microbiology - study about microorganisms
* Computer science - basic
* Agricultural Engineering - machinery, pumps, surveying
* Livestock and Polutry Production - study about farm animals and poultry.
* Statistics




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10th April 2017, 09:25 PM
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Default Re: What are the subjects followed in B.Sc Agriculture graduation?

# As per your query regarding the subjects following in B.Sc. Agriculture course. I am giving the list of subjects studied while B.Sc. Agriculture course here below:


* Fundamental of Soil Science
* Agriculture and Food System
* Crop Physiology
* Crop Production
* Food Science and Post Harvest Technology
* Crop Establishment
* Livestock and Poultry Production Technology
* Agricultural Practice
* Principles of Agronomy and Agricultural Heritage
* Management and Economics
* Principles of Plant Biotechnology
* Digestion Nutrition
* Agri-business Management
* Human and Changing World
* Plant Diversity
* Agronomy
* Biochemistry and Metabolism
* Cereal Agronomy
* Field Course
* Agriculture and Rural Policy
* Animal Health and Welfare
* Animal Production
* Forestry
* Land Management
* Climate Change
* Dairy Production
* Wildlife



# Here below names of few universities offering B.Sc. Agricultural course for your kind perusal:


* Kerala Agricultural University, Thrissur, Kerala
* Chaudhary Charan Singh University, Meerut, UP
* Tamil Nadu Agricultural University, Coimbatore
* Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi
* Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana
* Govind Bhallabh Pant University of Agriculture & Technology, Pantnagar, Uttrakhand
* Visva Bharti, Shantiniketan, West Bengal
* Anand Agricultural University, Anand, Gujarat
* Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, UP
* University of Agricultural Sciences, Bangalore
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