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    zeba fatima
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    What is the syllabus of B.Sc Agriculture?

    hello
    someone please tell me the syllabus of bsc agriculture....





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    Re: What is the syllabus of B.Sc Agriculture?

    Quote Originally Posted by zeba fatima View Post
    hello
    someone please tell me the syllabus of bsc agriculture....
    hello
    B.sc agriculture is a graduation course.
    this is three year course.
    you did not mention that in which university you are doing. because syllabus of B.sc vary from university to university.
    Syllabus of B.Sc is vary from university to university.so i am sending to you syllabus of b.sc.
    But i am sending you syllabus of B.Sc.
    good luck
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    Re: What is the syllabus of B.Sc Agriculture?

    Here is the detail of B.sc agriculture Syllabus
    1st semester
    ACSS-111 Fundamentals of Soil Science
    AGRO-111 Principles of Agronomy
    AGROMET-112 Physics& Agril. Meteorology
    BOT-111 Elements of Genetics
    EXTN-111 Fundamentals of Extension Education &Rural Development
    STAT-111 Elementary Statistics
    HORT-111 Fundamentals of Horticulture
    MIBO-111 Microbiology
    LANG-111 Structural and Spoken English
    MATH-111 Mathematics (Deficiency course)
    2nd Semester
    AGRO-123 Irrigation Water Management
    AGRO-124 Weed Management
    EXTN-122 Rural Sociology & Educational Psychology
    BOT-122 Elementary crop Physiology
    BOT-123 Principles of Plant Breeding
    ENT-121 Introductory Entomology
    ACSS-122 Elementary Plant Biochemistry & Chemistry of Plant Products
    MATH-122 Applied Mathematics
    MIBO-122 Soil Microbiology
    3rd Semester
    AGRO-235 Field Crops-I (Kharif Crops including Forages) Cereals, Millets and Pulses
    AGRO-236 Practical Crop Production I
    ACSS-233 Principles ofSoil Physics & Conservation
    AHDS-231 Livestock Breeds and Nutrition (including poultry)
    BOT-234 Environmental Science & Agro-ecology
    ENT-232 Economic Entomology (including Bee Keeping Sericulture and Lac Culture)
    PATH-231 Introductory Plant Pathology
    HORT-232 Vegetable Production
    ECON-231 Introduction to Agricultural and Natural Resources Economics and Farm Management Economics
    4th Semester
    AGRO-247 Field Crops-II (Rabi Crop includingForages / Oilseeds and Commercial crops)
    AGRO-248 Practical Crop Production-II
    HORT-243 Fruit, Production including Plantation Crops
    ACSS-244 Soil Fertility,Fertilizer and Integrated Nutrient Management
    PATH-242 Crop Disease and Management-I
    ENGG-241 Watershed Management (including surveying)
    ECON-242 AgriculturalMarketing, Export andCo-operation
    5th Semester
    AGRO-359 Rainfed Agriculture
    BOT-355 Introduction of Plant Bio-technology
    AHDS-352 Livestock Production & Management (including Poultry)
    ENT-353 Crop Pest and Management-I
    PATH-353 Crop Diseases and Management-II
    BOT-356 Breeding of Field Crops
    HORT-354 OrnamentalHorticulture
    ENGG-352 Farm Structure, Power & Machinery
    ENGG-353 Post Harvest Technology
    6th Semester
    AGRO-3610 Farming Systems and Sustainable Agriculture
    BOT-367 Principles of Seed Technology
    EXTN-363 Communication and Diffusion of Agril. Innovations
    PATH-364 Mushroom Cultivation
    HORT-365 Post Harvest Management of Fruits and Vegetables
    HORT-366 Silviculture and Agroforestry
    ECON-363 AgriculturalFinance, Business Management and Trade
    ENGG COMP-361 Computer Application
    ENT-364 Crop Pest and Management C II
    7th Semester
    RAWE Programme
    RAWE AGRO-471 Crop Production
    RAWE AHDS 472 Livestock & Nutritional Management
    RAWE ECON-474 Agricultural Economics
    RAWE ACSS-475 Soil Test and Integrated Nutrient Management
    RAWE ENT-474 Integrated Plant Protection-I
    RAWE ENTN-474 Extension Education and Rural Sociology
    RAWE HORT-477 Horticulture
    RAWE PATH 476 Integrated Plant Protection-II
    8th Semester
    AGRO-481 Farm Layout Development Management and Field Plot Techniques
    AHDS-483 Sheep and Goat Production
    AHDS-484 Technology of Milk and Milk Products
    ENGG-485 Micro-irrigation and Drainage Engineering

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    Re: What is the syllabus of B.Sc Agriculture?

    Hi Dear Friend,

    The Bachelor of Science in Agriculture, usually abbreviated as either B.Sc.(Agr)
    is the undergraduate degree awarded by university faculty of agriculture and agricultural colleges.
    The program is 4 years of study above Grade 12 High School graduation.
    The B.Sc.(Agr.) degree differs from a B.Sc. degree in that the courses focus on agriculture.


    Here is the list of colleges in india:

    Acharya N. G. Ranga Agricultural University
    Aliah University, Kolkata, West Bengal
    Anand Agricultural University
    Assam Agricultural University
    Bidhan Chandra Krishi Vishva Vidyalaya
    Birsa Agricultural University
    Central Agricultural University
    Chandra Shekhar Azad University of Agriculture & Technology
    Chaudhary Charan Singh Haryana Agricultural University
    Chaudhary Sarwan Kumar Himachal Pradesh Krishi Vishvavidyalaya
    Doon College of Agriculture, Science and Technology (DCAST)
    Dr. Balasaheb Sawant Konkan Krishi Vidyapeeth
    Dr. Panjabrao Deshmukh Krishi Vidyapeeth
    Dr. Yashwant Singh Parmar University of Horticulture & Forestry
    Govind Ballabh Pant University of Agriculture & Technology
    Indira Gandhi Krishi Vishwa Vidyalaya
    Jawaharlal Nehru Krishi Vishwa Vidyalaya
    Junagadh Agricultural University
    Kerala Agricultural University
    Khalsa College, Amritsar
    Maharana Pratap University of Agriculture and Technology
    Maharashtra Animal & Fishery Sciences University
    Mahatma Phule Krishi Vidyapeeth
    Marathwada Agricultural University
    Narendra Dev University of Agriculture and Technology
    Navsari Agricultural University
    Orissa University of Agriculture and Technology
    Punjab Agricultural University
    Rajasthan Agricultural University
    Rajendra Agricultural University
    Sam Higginbottom Institute of Agriculture, Technology and Sciences
    Sardar Vallabh bhai Patel University of Agriculture & Technology
    Sardarkrushinagar Dantiwada Agricultural University
    Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology of Jammu
    Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology of Kashmir
    Tamil Nadu Agricultural University
    Tamil Nadu Veterinary and Animal Sciences University
    University of Agricultural Sciences, Bangalore
    University of Agricultural Sciences, Dharwad
    University of Agricultural Sciences, Raichur
    Uttar Banga Krishi Vishwavidyalaya
    West Bengal University of Animal and Fishery Sciences


    Syllabus of B.Sc agricultere is given below:-
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    Re: What is the syllabus of B.Sc Agriculture?

    "the syllabus is as follows:-basic science and humanities ,comprehension and communication skill,rural sociology ang constitution of india,educational psychology,introduction to computer application,plant biochemistry,agricultural sciences,principles of agriculture economics,general enatomology,economic entomology,crop pest and there management,seri culture,agricultural extension,dymension of agriculture extension,agriculture microbiology.

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    Re: What is the syllabus of B.Sc Agriculture?

    Hello Friend !!

    B.Sc Agriculture -- Bachelor of Sciences in Agriculture.

    This is a Graduation Course.

    Agricultural B.Sc is special Course which is more encouraged in Countries like India, Korea, America etc.

    But you can find this Course in all the Local Colleges offering Graduation.

    You must be passed in 10+2 for getting into this Course.

    The Duration of the Course is 3 years.

    The 3 years Course is further divided into many Semesters.

    Top Institutions in India offering this Course are :




    Also,

    Allahabad agriculture Institute

    Benaras Hindu University

    G.B Pant College of Agriculture

    RCA Udaypur

    INST.OF AGRI.SC

    CCSU College of Agriculture, HISSAR

    RCA, UDAIPUR

    Agriculture University, LUDHIANA.

    SKN College of Agriculture,

    COA College of Agriculture, BIKANER

    MDSU College of Agriculture, AJMER


    SYLLABUS


    1st Semester

    Fundamentals of Soil Science
    Principles of Agronomy
    Physics & Agril. Meteorology
    Elements of Genetics
    Fundamentals of Extension Education & Rural Development
    Elementary Statistics
    Fundamentals of Horticulture
    Microbiology
    Structural and Spoken English
    Mathematics (Deficiency course)

    2nd Semester

    Irrigation Water Management
    Weed Management
    Rural Sociology & Educational Psychology
    Elementary crop Physiology
    Principles of Plant Breeding
    Introductory Entomology
    Elementary Plant Biochemistry & Chemistry of Plant Products
    Applied Mathematics
    Soil Microbiology

    3rd Semester

    Field Crops-I (Kharif Crops including Forages) Cereals, Millets and Pulses
    Practical Crop Production I
    Principles of Soil Physics & Conservation
    Livestock Breeds and Nutrition (including poultry)
    Environmental Science & Agro-ecology
    Economic Entomology (including Bee Keeping Sericulture and Lac Culture)
    Introductory Plant Pathology
    Vegetable Production
    Introduction to Agricultural and Natural Resources Economics and Farm Management Economics

    4th Semester

    Field Crops-II (Rabi Crop including Forages / Oilseeds and Commercial crops)
    Practical Crop Production-II
    Fruit, Production including Plantation Crops
    Soil Fertility, Fertilizer and Integrated Nutrient Management
    Crop Disease and Management-I
    Watershed Management (including surveying)
    Agricultural Marketing, Export and Co-operation

    5th Semester

    Rainfed Agriculture
    Introduction of Plant Bio-technology
    Livestock Production & Management (including Poultry)
    Crop Pest and Management-I
    Crop Diseases and Management-II
    Breeding of Field Crops
    Ornamental Horticulture
    Farm Structure, Power & Machinery
    Post Harvest Technology

    6th Semester

    Farming Systems and Sustainable Agriculture
    Principles of Seed Technology
    Communication and Diffusion of Agril. Innovations
    Mushroom Cultivation
    Post Harvest Management of Fruits and Vegetables
    Silviculture and Agroforestry
    Agricultural Finance, Business Management and Trade
    Computer Application
    Crop Pest and Management II

    7th Semester

    Crop Production
    Livestock & Nutritional Management
    Agricultural Economics
    Soil Test and Integrated Nutrient Management
    Integrated Plant Protection-I
    4 Extension Education and Rural Sociology
    Horticulture
    Integrated Plant Protection-II

    8th Semester

    Farm Layout Development Management and Field Plot Techniques
    Sheep and Goat Production
    Technology of Milk and Milk Products
    Micro-irrigation and Drainage Engineering

    Elective Subjects :

    Seed Production
    Medicinal & Aromatic Crop Production
    Biochemistry of Food and Nutrition
    Evaluation of Agril. Development Programmes
    Production Techniques for Biological Control Agents
    Agricultural Communication and Journalism
    Commercial Protected Floriculture
    Hydrological Studies in Watershed Management
    Seed Pathology
    Biofertilizers
    Project Planning, Evaluation and Formulation

    Good Luck !!

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    NILKANTA ADHIKARI
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    Re: What is the syllabus of B.Sc Agriculture?

    Syllabus of BSC Agriculture:

    1st semester

    ACSS-111 Fundamentals of Soil Science
    AGRO-111 Principles of Agronomy
    AGROMET-112 Physics & Agril. Meteorology
    BOT-111 Elements of Genetics
    EXTN-111 Fundamentals of Extension Education & Rural Development
    STAT-111 Elementary Statistics
    HORT-111 Fundamentals of Horticulture
    MIBO-111 Microbiology
    LANG-111 Structural and Spoken English
    MATH-111 Mathematics (Deficiency course)

    2nd Semester

    AGRO-123 Irrigation Water Management
    AGRO-124 Weed Management
    EXTN-122 Rural Sociology & Educational Psychology
    BOT-122 Elementary crop Physiology
    BOT-123 Principles of Plant Breeding
    ENT-121 Introductory Entomology
    ACSS-122 Elementary Plant Biochemistry & Chemistry of Plant Products
    MATH-122 Applied Mathematics
    MIBO-122 Soil Microbiology

    3rd Semester

    AGRO-235 Field Crops-I (Kharif Crops including Forages) Cereals, Millets and Pulses
    AGRO-236 Practical Crop Production I
    ACSS-233 Principles of Soil Physics & Conservation
    AHDS-231 Livestock Breeds and Nutrition (including poultry)
    BOT-234 Environmental Science & Agro-ecology
    ENT-232 Economic Entomology (including Bee Keeping Sericulture and Lac Culture)
    PATH-231 Introductory Plant Pathology
    HORT-232 Vegetable Production
    ECON-231 Introduction to Agricultural and Natural Resources Economics and Farm Management Economics

    4th Semester

    AGRO-247 Field Crops-II (Rabi Crop including Forages / Oilseeds and Commercial crops)
    AGRO-248 Practical Crop Production-II
    HORT-243 Fruit, Production including Plantation Crops
    ACSS-244 Soil Fertility, Fertilizer and Integrated Nutrient Management
    PATH-242 Crop Disease and Management-I
    ENGG-241 Watershed Management (including surveying)
    ECON-242 Agricultural Marketing, Export and Co-operation

    5th Semester

    AGRO-359 Rainfed Agriculture
    BOT-355 Introduction of Plant Bio-technology
    AHDS-352 Livestock Production & Management (including Poultry)
    ENT-353 Crop Pest and Management-I
    PATH-353 Crop Diseases and Management-II
    BOT-356 Breeding of Field Crops
    HORT-354 Ornamental Horticulture
    ENGG-352 Farm Structure, Power & Machinery
    ENGG-353 Post Harvest Technology

    6th Semester

    AGRO-3610 Farming Systems and Sustainable Agriculture
    BOT-367 Principles of Seed Technology
    EXTN-363 Communication and Diffusion of Agril. Innovations
    PATH-364 Mushroom Cultivation
    HORT-365 Post Harvest Management of Fruits and Vegetables
    HORT-366 Silviculture and Agroforestry
    ECON-363 Agricultural Finance, Business Management and Trade
    ENGG COMP-361 Computer Application
    ENT-364 Crop Pest and Management II

    7th Semester

    RAWE Programme
    RAWE AGRO-471 Crop Production
    RAWE AHDS 472 Livestock & Nutritional Management
    RAWE ECON-474 Agricultural Economics
    RAWE ACSS-475 Soil Test and Integrated Nutrient Management
    RAWE ENT-474 Integrated Plant Protection-I
    RAWE ENTN-474 Extension Education and Rural Sociology
    RAWE HORT-477 Horticulture
    RAWE PATH 476 Integrated Plant Protection-II

    8th Semester

    AGRO-481 Farm Layout Development Management and Field Plot Techniques
    AHDS-483 Sheep and Goat Production
    AHDS-484 Technology of Milk and Milk Products
    ENGG-485 Micro-irrigation and Drainage Engineering

    Elective Courses

    ELE BOT-481 Seed Production
    ELE BOT-482 Medicinal & Aromatic Crop Production
    ELE ACSS-481 Biochemistry of Food and Nutrition
    ELE ECON-481 Evaluation of Agril. Development Programmes
    ELE ENT-481 Production Techniques for Biological Control Agents
    ELE EXTN-481 Agricultural Communication and Journalism
    ELE HORT-481 Commercial Protected Floriculture
    ELE ENGG-481 Hydrological Studies in Watershed Management
    ELE PATH-481 Seed Pathology
    ELE PATH-482 Biofertilizers
    ELE ECON-482 Project Planning, Evaluation and Formulation
    ELE ENT-482 Sericulture
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    Re: What is the syllabus of B.Sc Agriculture?

    You have not specified for which university or college you want the syllabus.
    But as per your interest we are providing the Syllabus prepared by the UGC for the year 2012 which is to be followed by all the universities and colleges of India.

    These are:-

    >>AGRONOMY
    Topics which are covered in this are :-
    @Principles of agronomy and agriculture meterology.
    @field crop.
    @weed management.
    @water management including micro irrigation.
    @Farming system ad sustainable agriculture.
    @Practical crop production.
    @Introductory agriculture.
    @Organic farming.

    >>GENETICS AND PLANT BREEDING.
    Topic which are covered under this are:-
    @Principles of genetics.
    @Principles of seed technology.
    @principles of plant breeding.
    @principles of plant biotechnology.
    @Breeding of field / horticulture.


    >>SOIL SCIENCE AND AGRICULTURAL CHEMISTRY
    The topics which are covered under this are:-
    @Introduction to soil science.
    @Manure:fertilizers and agrochemicals.
    @soil chemistry.


    >>ENTOMOLOGY
    The topics which are covered under this sections are:-
    @Insects morphology and systematics.
    @Insects ecology and integrated pest management.
    @crop pests and stored grain pests and their management.


    >>AGRICULTURE ECONOMICS
    Topics which are covered under this sections are:-
    @Principles of agriculture economics.
    @Agriculture finance and co-operation.
    @Agriculture marketing.
    @Production economics and farm management.
    @fundamentals of farm business management.

    >>AGRICULTURE ENGINEERING
    The topics which are covered under this sections are:-
    @Fundamentals of soil,water and conservation engineering.
    @Farm power and machinery.
    @protected cultivation and post harvest technology.
    @renewable energy.

    >>PLANT PATHOLOGY
    The topics which are covered under this sections are:-
    @plant pathogens and principles of plant technology.
    @diseases of field crops and their management.
    @diseases of horticulture crops and their management.
    @Introductury nematology.


    >>HORTICULTURE
    The topics which are covered under this sections are:-
    @production technology of fruit crops.
    @production technology of vegetables and flowers.
    @Post harvest management and value addition of fruits and vegetables.

    >>AGRICULTURE EXTENSION
    The topics which are covered under this sections are:-
    @Dimensions of agriculture extension
    @Extension methodologies for transfer of agriculture of agriculture technology.
    @Entrepreneurship development and communication skills.


    >>BIOCHEMISTRY/PSYCHOLOGY MICROBIOLOGY/ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES
    Topics which are covered under this sections are:-
    @biochemistry
    @crop psysiology
    @agriculture microbology.
    @environmental sciences.

    >>STATISTICS AND COMPUTER APPLICATION
    Topics which are covered under this sections are:-
    @statistics.
    @Introduction to computer application.


    >>ANIMAL PRODUCTION
    The topics which are covered under this sections are:-
    @Livestock production and management.

    >>NON CREDIT COURSES
    Topics which are covered under this sections are:-
    @Comprehension and communication skills.
    @NSS/NCC/Physical education.






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    pabolu manikanta
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    Re: What is the syllabus of B.Sc Agriculture?

    Hello Dude...........

    Bachelor of Science:
    This is one of the Bachelor degree course of study which deals with the science related subjects and the Bachelor of Science in the Agriculture is one of the bachelor degree course of study which has the duration of 4 years and this course is mainly done for the sake of the agriculture improvements and techniques needed to improve the agriculture and there are many jobs which are available for the B.Sc Agriculture Graduates.....



    Syllabus for the B.Sc Agriculture:
    1st year Semester1-
    >>Principles of Agronomy
    >>Agriculture Micro Biology
    >>Fundamentals of Information Technology
    >>Applied Mathematics
    >>Principles of Analytical Chemistry
    >>Introduction to Agriculture Botany
    >>English
    >>Physical Education
    1st year Semester2-
    >>Fundamentals of Agriculture
    >>Fundamentals of Biochemistry
    >>Principles of Genetics
    >>Dimensions of Agricultural Extensions
    >>Crop Physiology
    >>Fundamentals of Horti culture
    >>Principles of Environmental Sciences
    >>Food Science and Processing
    *2nd year Semester3-
    >>Weed Management
    >>Irrigation Management
    >>Fundamentals of Entonomy
    >>Plant Ptahology
    >>Soil Science
    >>Poultry Production
    >>Rural Sociology
    >>Fram Power
    >>Introduction to Nematology
    *2nd year semester4-
    >>Agronomy
    >>Production technology and fruits
    >>Seed Technology
    >>Fundamentals and Soil and Water
    >>Biotechnology
    >>Applied Statistics
    >>Renewable energy
    *3rd year semester5-
    >>Crop Production
    >>Crop and Pesticide Chemistry
    >>Diseases of Field Crops
    >>Production technology of vegetables
    >>Applied Plant Biotechnology
    >>Food engineering
    *3rd year semester6-
    >>Cropping an and Farming
    >>Soil Resource Inventory
    >>Production of Flower Crops
    >>Extension Methodologies
    >>Agriculture Marketing
    *4th year semester7-
    >>Rural Agriculture Work Experience
    >>Project
    *4th year Semester8-
    >>Organic Farming
    >>Breeding field Crops
    >>Diseases of Horti Culture Crops
    >>Nutrient Management
    >>Agriculture Finance
    These are the syllabus for the B.Sc Agriculture
    REGARDS:

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    Re: What is the syllabus of B.Sc Agriculture?

    Quote Originally Posted by zeba fatima View Post
    hello
    someone please tell me the syllabus of bsc agriculture....
    My dear Friend,

    Here i am providing you syllabus of BSc Agriculture,kindly go through it.

    There are lot of opportunities after completion of Bsc (Agri).

    Before entering into a goal fixing, first of all you should have to know about your self i.e. your interest, sustainability in a particular field,your physical and mental strength and weakness, families financial position and near future commitments. On basis of these you can fix up your goal.

    There are lot of ways

    1. If interested in research and teaching and to be posted in Government jobs you can go for PG studies

    2. Starting consultancy services

    3. Establishing Agri clinics

    4. Overseas opportunity

    5. Establishing Nurseries

    6. Export of Agriculture produce

    But if you selected a way you have to be firm in that and your mind should not be wavery.

    good luck!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Re: What is the syllabus of B.Sc Agriculture?

    syllabus for Bsc is as following-

    1 principal of agronomy

    2 agricultural microbiology

    3 fundamental of information technology

    4 mathematics

    5 principal of agricultural chemistry

    6 physical educarion

    7 NSS

    8 agricultural botany

    9 communication english

    10 biochemistry

    11 fundamental of agricultural meteorology

    12 crop psychology

    13 genetics

    14 fundamental of agricultural economics

    15 fundamentals of agricultural horticulture

    16 fundamental of agricultural extension

    17 principal of food science

    18 environmental science

    19 weed management

    21 fundamentals of entomology

    22 fundamentals of plant pathology

    23 soil science

    24 poultry management
    25
    25 farm machinery and farm power


    this is the syllabus up to third semester.

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    Re: What is the syllabus of B.Sc Agriculture?

    Hi Dear Friend,

    B.Sc Agriculture is Bacholar of Science in Agriculture.

    Syllabus of B.sc Agriculture:

    See attach pdf file


    GOOD LUCK
    Attached Files

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    Re: What is the syllabus of B.Sc Agriculture?

    Dear friend,
    The syllabus of B.Sc Agriculture can be seen from the below link:
    http://www.tnau.ac.in/syll2011/AGRI.pdf

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    Re: What is the syllabus of B.Sc Agriculture?

    Syllabus of BSC Agriculture:
    1st semester
    ACSS-111 Fundamentals of Soil Science
    AGRO-111 Principles of Agronomy
    AGROMET-112 Physics & Agril. Meteorology
    BOT-111 Elements of Genetics
    EXTN-111 Fundamentals of Extension Education & Rural Development
    STAT-111 Elementary Statistics
    HORT-111 Fundamentals of Horticulture
    MIBO-111 Microbiology
    LANG-111 Structural and Spoken English
    MATH-111 Mathematics (Deficiency course)

    2nd Semester
    AGRO-123 Irrigation Water Management
    AGRO-124 Weed Management
    EXTN-122 Rural Sociology & Educational Psychology
    BOT-122 Elementary crop Physiology
    BOT-123 Principles of Plant Breeding
    ENT-121 Introductory Entomology
    ACSS-122 Elementary Plant Biochemistry & Chemistry of Plant Products
    MATH-122 Applied Mathematics
    MIBO-122 Soil Microbiology

    3rd Semester
    AGRO-235 Field Crops-I (Kharif Crops including Forages) Cereals, Millets and Pulses
    AGRO-236 Practical Crop Production I
    ACSS-233 Principles of Soil Physics & Conservation
    AHDS-231 Livestock Breeds and Nutrition (including poultry)
    BOT-234 Environmental Science & Agro-ecology
    ENT-232 Economic Entomology (including Bee Keeping Sericulture and Lac Culture)
    PATH-231 Introductory Plant Pathology
    HORT-232 Vegetable Production
    ECON-231 Introduction to Agricultural and Natural Resources Economics and Farm Management Economics

    4th Semester
    AGRO-247 Field Crops-II (Rabi Crop including Forages / Oilseeds and Commercial crops)
    AGRO-248 Practical Crop Production-II
    HORT-243 Fruit, Production including Plantation Crops
    ACSS-244 Soil Fertility, Fertilizer and Integrated Nutrient Management
    PATH-242 Crop Disease and Management-I
    ENGG-241 Watershed Management (including surveying)
    ECON-242 Agricultural Marketing, Export and Co-operation

    5th Semester
    AGRO-359 Rainfed Agriculture
    BOT-355 Introduction of Plant Bio-technology
    AHDS-352 Livestock Production & Management (including Poultry)
    ENT-353 Crop Pest and Management-I
    PATH-353 Crop Diseases and Management-II
    BOT-356 Breeding of Field Crops
    HORT-354 Ornamental Horticulture
    ENGG-352 Farm Structure, Power & Machinery
    ENGG-353 Post Harvest Technology

    6th Semester
    AGRO-3610 Farming Systems and Sustainable Agriculture
    BOT-367 Principles of Seed Technology
    EXTN-363 Communication and Diffusion of Agril. Innovations
    PATH-364 Mushroom Cultivation
    HORT-365 Post Harvest Management of Fruits and Vegetables
    HORT-366 Silviculture and Agroforestry
    ECON-363 Agricultural Finance, Business Management and Trade
    ENGG COMP-361 Computer Application
    ENT-364 Crop Pest and Management II

    7th Semester
    RAWE Programme
    RAWE AGRO-471 Crop Production
    RAWE AHDS 472 Livestock & Nutritional Management
    RAWE ECON-474 Agricultural Economics
    RAWE ACSS-475 Soil Test and Integrated Nutrient Management
    RAWE ENT-474 Integrated Plant Protection-I
    RAWE ENTN-474 Extension Education and Rural Sociology
    RAWE HORT-477 Horticulture
    RAWE PATH 476 Integrated Plant Protection-II

    8th Semester
    AGRO-481 Farm Layout Development Management and Field Plot Techniques
    AHDS-483 Sheep and Goat Production
    AHDS-484 Technology of Milk and Milk Products
    ENGG-485 Micro-irrigation and Drainage Engineering

    Elective Courses
    ELE BOT-481 Seed Production
    ELE BOT-482 Medicinal & Aromatic Crop Production
    ELE ACSS-481 Biochemistry of Food and Nutrition
    ELE ECON-481 Evaluation of Agril. Development Programmes
    ELE ENT-481 Production Techniques for Biological Control Agents
    ELE EXTN-481 Agricultural Communication and Journalism
    ELE HORT-481 Commercial Protected Floriculture
    ELE ENGG-481 Hydrological Studies in Watershed Management
    ELE PATH-481 Seed Pathology
    ELE PATH-482 Biofertilizers
    ELE ECON-482 Project Planning, Evaluation and Form

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    B.Sc Agriculture Syllabus :

    Basic Science & Humanities

    Comprehension & Communication Skills in English
    Rural sociology & Constitution of India
    Educational psychology
    Introduction to computer Applications
    Plant Biochemistry

    Agricultural Science

    Principles of Agricultural Economics
    Agricultural Finance & Co-operation
    Production Economics & Farm Management
    Agricultural Marketing , Trade & Prices
    Fundamentals of Agribusiness Management

    Agricultural Engineering

    Principles of Soil & Water Engineering
    Farm Power & Machinery
    Protected cultivation structures & Agro-Processing
    Energy Sources & their Application in Agriculture

    Agricultural Entomology

    General Entomology
    Economic Entomology
    Crop Pests & their Management
    Sericulture

    Agricultural Extension Education

    Dimensions of Agricultural Extension
    Extension Methodologies for Transfer of Agricultural Technology
    Entrepreneurship Development & Communication Skills

    Agricultural Microbiology

    Agricultural Microbiology
    Soil Microbiology

    Attached Files

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    Re: What is the syllabus of B.Sc Agriculture?

    hello . .



    After B.Sc agriculture jobs with firms of the private or public sectors are applicable.

    With public sector firms, You can get employed as Agricultural Research Scientist (ARS).

    But to get employed into this position, you have to apply and write an admission test.

    Job opportunities are also available for as teachers.

    You can write the ARS-NET exam and get employed with colleges as lecturers.

    Jobs are also available for aspirants as Agriculture Development Officers (ADO) or as Block Development Officers.

    A few other areas where employment is offered to students of B.Sc horticulture encompass banks, Dairy consultancies, insurance companies and the animal industry.



    You can even do further studies like M.Sc in your specialized area . .

    Options are wide ; best among to choose as per your requirement . .

    Good Luck . .

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    Re: What is the syllabus of B.Sc Agriculture?

    full syllabus in this attachment
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    Re: What is the syllabus of B.Sc Agriculture?

    hai friend

    the detailed syllabus of B.sc agriculture according to the semister wise is given below

    Syllabus of BSC Agriculture:

    1st semester
    ACSS-111 Fundamentals of Soil Science
    AGRO-111 Principles of Agronomy
    AGROMET-112 Physics & Agril. Meteorology
    BOT-111 Elements of Genetics
    EXTN-111 Fundamentals of Extension Education & Rural Development
    STAT-111 Elementary Statistics
    HORT-111 Fundamentals of Horticulture
    MIBO-111 Microbiology
    LANG-111 Structural and Spoken English
    MATH-111 Mathematics (Deficiency course)

    2nd Semester
    AGRO-123 Irrigation Water Management
    AGRO-124 Weed Management
    EXTN-122 Rural Sociology & Educational Psychology
    BOT-122 Elementary crop Physiology
    BOT-123 Principles of Plant Breeding
    ENT-121 Introductory Entomology
    ACSS-122 Elementary Plant Biochemistry & Chemistry of Plant Products
    MATH-122 Applied Mathematics
    MIBO-122 Soil Microbiology

    3rd Semester
    AGRO-235 Field Crops-I (Kharif Crops including Forages) Cereals, Millets and Pulses
    AGRO-236 Practical Crop Production I
    ACSS-233 Principles of Soil Physics & Conservation
    AHDS-231 Livestock Breeds and Nutrition (including poultry)
    BOT-234 Environmental Science & Agro-ecology
    ENT-232 Economic Entomology (including Bee Keeping Sericulture and Lac Culture)
    PATH-231 Introductory Plant Pathology
    HORT-232 Vegetable Production
    ECON-231 Introduction to Agricultural and Natural Resources Economics and Farm Management Economics

    4th Semester
    AGRO-247 Field Crops-II (Rabi Crop including Forages / Oilseeds and Commercial crops)
    AGRO-248 Practical Crop Production-II
    HORT-243 Fruit, Production including Plantation Crops
    ACSS-244 Soil Fertility, Fertilizer and Integrated Nutrient Management
    PATH-242 Crop Disease and Management-I
    ENGG-241 Watershed Management (including surveying)
    ECON-242 Agricultural Marketing, Export and Co-operation

    5th Semester
    AGRO-359 Rainfed Agriculture
    BOT-355 Introduction of Plant Bio-technology
    AHDS-352 Livestock Production & Management (including Poultry)
    ENT-353 Crop Pest and Management-I
    PATH-353 Crop Diseases and Management-II
    BOT-356 Breeding of Field Crops
    HORT-354 Ornamental Horticulture
    ENGG-352 Farm Structure, Power & Machinery
    ENGG-353 Post Harvest Technology

    6th Semester
    AGRO-3610 Farming Systems and Sustainable Agriculture
    BOT-367 Principles of Seed Technology
    EXTN-363 Communication and Diffusion of Agril. Innovations
    PATH-364 Mushroom Cultivation
    HORT-365 Post Harvest Management of Fruits and Vegetables
    HORT-366 Silviculture and Agroforestry
    ECON-363 Agricultural Finance, Business Management and Trade
    ENGG COMP-361 Computer Application
    ENT-364 Crop Pest and Management II

    7th Semester
    RAWE Programme
    RAWE AGRO-471 Crop Production
    RAWE AHDS 472 Livestock & Nutritional Management
    RAWE ECON-474 Agricultural Economics
    RAWE ACSS-475 Soil Test and Integrated Nutrient Management
    RAWE ENT-474 Integrated Plant Protection-I
    RAWE ENTN-474 Extension Education and Rural Sociology
    RAWE HORT-477 Horticulture
    RAWE PATH 476 Integrated Plant Protection-II

    8th Semester
    AGRO-481 Farm Layout Development Management and Field Plot Techniques
    AHDS-483 Sheep and Goat Production
    AHDS-484 Technology of Milk and Milk Products
    ENGG-485 Micro-irrigation and Drainage Engineering

    Elective Courses
    ELE BOT-481 Seed Production
    ELE BOT-482 Medicinal & Aromatic Crop Production
    ELE ACSS-481 Biochemistry of Food and Nutrition
    ELE ECON-481 Evaluation of Agril. Development Programmes
    ELE ENT-481 Production Techniques for Biological Control Agents
    ELE EXTN-481 Agricultural Communication and Journalism
    ELE HORT-481 Commercial Protected Floriculture
    ELE ENGG-481 Hydrological Studies in Watershed Management
    ELE PATH-481 Seed Pathology
    ELE PATH-482 Biofertilizers
    ELE ECON-482 Project Planning, Evaluation and Formulation
    ELE ENT-482 Sericulture

    all the best

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    Hello friend
    Hello friend
    BSC agriculture is a brilliant educational course now-a-days because the availability of government seats in this feild is very high but the students are very less this creates an immediate need for the requirement which will provide us with bright future.here is the syllabus for bsc agriculture :
    SEMESTER - I :
    Principles of Agronomy and Agricultural Heritage
    Agricultural Microbiology
    Fundamentals of Information Technology
    Applied Mathematics
    Principles of Analytical Chemistry
    Introduction to Agricultural Botany
    English for effective communication
    National Service Scheme/National Cadet Corps
    Physical Education
    SEMESTER - II :
    Fundamentals of Agricultural Meteorology
    Fundamentals of Biochemistry
    Crop Physiology
    Principles of Genetics
    Dimensions of Agricultural Extension
    Principles of Agricultural Economics
    Fundamentals of Horticulture
    Principles of Environmental Sciences
    Principles of food science and processing
    SEMESTER - III :
    Weed Management
    Irrigation Management
    Fundamentals of Entomology
    Fundamentals of Plant Pathology
    Fundamentals of Soil Science
    Livestock and Poultry Production
    Management
    Animal Husbandry
    Fundamentals of Rural Sociology and Educational Psychology
    Farm Power and Machinery
    Introductory Nematology
    SEMESTER - IV :
    Agronomy of field
    Production Technology of Fruits and Plantation Crops
    Principles of Seed Technology
    Fundamentals of Soil and Water
    Conservation Engineering
    Soil and Water Conservation
    Forest Resource Management
    Fundamentals of Agribusiness Management
    Principles of Biotechnology
    Applied Statistics
    Renewable Energy
    Study Tour I
    Sericulture Technologies
    SEMESTER - V :
    Crop Production
    Agronomy of field
    StudyTour II
    Crop and Pesticide Chemistry
    Pests of Field Crops and their Management
    Diseases of Field Crops and Their Management
    Production Technology of Vegetables and Spice crops
    Fundamentals and Applications of nanotechnology
    Production Economics and Farm Management
    Applied Plant Biotechnology
    Post Harvest and Food Engineering
    SEMESTER - VI :
    Principles and practices of cropping and Farming System
    Soil Resource Inventory and Problem
    Principles and Methods of Plant Breeding
    Production Technology of Flower Crops, Medicinal and Aromatic Crops
    Extension Methodologies and Transfer of Agricultural Technology
    Agricultural Marketing, Trade and Prices
    Soft skills for Employability
    Experiential Learning - 1
    SEMESTER - VII :
    Rural Agricultural Work Experience
    Project Work
    All India Study Tour
    SEMESTER - VIII :
    Organic Farming
    Breeding Feild Crops And Horticulture Crops
    Nutrient Management and Fertilizer Technology
    Pests of Horticultural Crops and their Management
    Diseases of Horticultural crops and their management
    Agricultural Finance, Banking and Cooperation
    Experiental Learning - II
    HOPE THIS INFO HELPED YOU.....

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    Re: What is the syllabus of B.Sc Agriculture?

    Hi friend, actually B.Sc. in agriculture is a B.Sc. (General) Programme having study related about agriculture & pest control.
    This course is same as general B.sc. having subjects Chemistry, Botany & zoology.
    instead of These 3 subjects you have to study agro-chemistry, & agro-botany in all the 3 years of B.sc as a main subject.
    THE SCHEDULE OF COURSES FOR B.SC. (AGRICULTURE) ARE AS FOLLOWS :-

    I. BASIC SCIENCE & HUMANITIES
    ENG.101 Comprehension and Communication Skills in English
    AEX.101 Rural Sociology and Constitution of India
    AEX.102 Educational Psychology
    MAT.101 Introduction to Computer Applications
    BCH.101 Plant Biochemistry
    II. AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES
    AEC.101 Principles of Agricultural Economics
    AEC.102 Agricultural Finance and Co-operation
    AEC.202 Production Economics and Farm Management
    AEC.203 Agricultural Marketing, Trade and Prices
    AEC.301 Fundamentals of Agribusiness Management
    Agricultural Engineering
    AEG.101 Principles of Soil and Water Engineering
    AEG.201 Farm Power and Machinery
    AEG.301 Protected Cultivation Structures and Agro-Processing
    AEG.302 Energy Sources and their Application in Agriculture
    Agricultural Entomology
    AET.101 General Entomology
    AET.201 Economic Entomology
    AET.301 Crop Pests and their Management
    AET.302 Sericulture
    Agricultural Extension Education
    AEX.201 Dimensions of Agricultural Extension
    AEX.301 Extension Methodologies for Transfer of Agricultural Technology
    AEX.302 Entrepreneurship Development Communication Skills
    Agricultural Microbiology
    AMB.201 Agricultural Microbiology
    AMB.301 Soil Microbiology
    Agricultural Statistics
    AST.101 Fundamentals of Statistics
    Agronomy
    AGR.101 Introductory Agriculture, Principles
    Agronomy and Agricultural Meteorology
    AGR.201 Field Crops-I (Kharif)
    AGR.202 Practical Crop Production
    AGR.203 Practical Crop Production
    AGR.204 Weed Management
    AGR.301 Irrigation Water Management
    AGR.302 Field Crops-II (Rabi )
    AGR.303 Rainfed Agriculture and Watershed Management
    AGR.304 Farming Systems, Organic Farming and Sustainable Agriculture
    AGR.305 Experimental Techniques in Agricultural
    Commercial Agriculture
    i. Mushroom Cultivation (AMB)
    ii. Apiculture (AET)
    iii. Sericulture (AET)
    iv. Farm Forestry
    v. Seed Production (SST)
    I. Genetics and Biotechnology
    i. Crop Breeding
    ii. Plant Tissue Culture
    iii. Molecular Diagnostics
    iv. Hybrid Seed Production
    THANK YOU & GOOD BYE

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    Re: What is the syllabus of B.Sc Agriculture?

    Here i have attached one file containing the syllabus of B.Sc agriculture. Please go through it once.

    Top B.Sc Agriculture Colleges in India:

    NG Ranga Agricultural University

    Banaras Hindu University

    Allahabad Agriculture University

    West Bengal University of Animal and Fishery Sciences

    Marathwada Krishi Vidyapeeth

    Bidhan Chandra Krishi Vishwavidyalaya
    Attached Files

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    Re: What is the syllabus of B.Sc Agriculture?

    Quote Originally Posted by zeba fatima View Post
    hello
    someone please tell me the syllabus of bsc agriculture....

    hello friend....


    *B.Sc - Bachelor of Science

    *This is a 4 years graduation course after 12th classs

    *Mainly the course deals with the applications of the agriculture products like forestry, agricultural science


    Specializations in B.Sc (Agri)


    -Animal science

    -plant protection

    - soil science

    -Agricultural engineering.


    Eligibility criteria:-


    --You should complete 12th standard or equivalent examination in science stream with

    *physics

    *chemistry

    *Biology

    --You should score minimum 60%

    Syllabus of B.Sc Agriculture

    Principles of Agronomy

    Physics & Agril. Meteorology

    Elements of Genetics

    Fundamentals of Extension Education & Rural Development

    Elementary Statistics

    Fundamentals of Horticulture

    Microbiology

    Structural and Spoken English

    Mathematics (Deficiency course)

    Irrigation Water Management

    Weed Management

    Rural Sociology & Educational Psychology

    Elementary crop Physiology

    Principles of Plant Breeding

    Introductory Entomology

    Elementary Plant Biochemistry & Chemistry of Plant Products

    Applied Mathematics

    Soil Microbiology

    Practical Crop Production I

    Principles of Soil Physics & Conservation

    Livestock Breeds and Nutrition (including poultry)

    Environmental Science & Agro-ecology

    Economic Entomology (including Bee Keeping Sericulture and Lac Culture)

    Introductory Plant Pathology

    Vegetable Production

    Practical Crop Production-II

    Fruit, Production including Plantation Crops

    Soil Fertility, Fertilizer and Integrated Nutrient Management

    Crop Disease and Management-I

    Watershed Management (including surveying)

    Agricultural Marketing, Export and Co-operation

    Farming Systems and Sustainable Agriculture

    Principles of Seed Technology

    Communication and Diffusion of Agril. Innovations

    Mushroom Cultivation

    Post Harvest Management of Fruits and Vegetables

    Silviculture and Agroforestry

    Crop Production

    Livestock & Nutritional Management

    Agricultural Economics

    Soil Test and Integrated Nutrient Management

    Integrated Plant Protection-I

    Farm Layout Development Management and Field Plot Techniques

    List of colleges for B.SC Agriculture in India


    Chandra Shekhar Azad University of Agriculture & Technology

    Chaudhary Charan Singh Haryana Agricultural University

    Chaudhary Sarwan Kumar Himachal Pradesh Krishi Vishvavidyalaya

    Doon College of Agriculture, Science and Technology (DCAST)

    Dr. Balasaheb Sawant Konkan Krishi Vidyapeeth

    Dr. Panjabrao Deshmukh Krishi Vidyapeeth

    Dr. Yashwant Singh Parmar University of Horticulture & Forestry

    Govind Ballabh Pant University of Agriculture & Technology

    Indira Gandhi Krishi Vishwa Vidyalaya

    Jawaharlal Nehru Krishi Vishwa Vidyalaya

    Junagadh Agricultural University

    Kerala Agricultural University

    Khalsa College, Amritsar

    Maharana Pratap University of Agriculture and Technology

    Maharashtra Animal & Fishery Sciences University

    Mahatma Phule Krishi Vidyapeeth

    Marathwada Agricultural University

    Narendra Dev University of Agriculture and Technology

    Navsari Agricultural University

    all the best...!!

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    Re: What is the syllabus of B.Sc Agriculture?

    hello friends

    Here is the Detail of B.Sc Agriculture syllabus

    1st Semester

    Fundamentals of Soil Science
    Principles of Agronomy
    Physics & Agril. Meteorology
    Elements of Genetics
    Fundamentals of Extension Education & Rural Development
    Elementary Statistics
    Fundamentals of Horticulture
    Microbiology
    Structural and Spoken English
    Mathematics (Deficiency course)

    2nd Semester

    Irrigation Water Management
    Weed Management
    Rural Sociology & Educational Psychology
    Elementary crop Physiology
    Principles of Plant Breeding
    Introductory Entomology
    Elementary Plant Biochemistry & Chemistry of Plant Products
    Applied Mathematics
    Soil Microbiology

    3rd Semester

    Field Crops-I (Kharif Crops including Forages) Cereals, Millets and Pulses
    Practical Crop Production I
    Principles of Soil Physics & Conservation
    Livestock Breeds and Nutrition (including poultry)
    Environmental Science & Agro-ecology
    Economic Entomology (including Bee Keeping Sericulture and Lac Culture)
    Introductory Plant Pathology
    Vegetable Production
    Introduction to Agricultural and Natural Resources Economics and Farm Management Economics

    4th Semester

    Field Crops-II (Rabi Crop including Forages / Oilseeds and Commercial crops)
    Practical Crop Production-II
    Fruit, Production including Plantation Crops
    Soil Fertility, Fertilizer and Integrated Nutrient Management
    Crop Disease and Management-I
    Watershed Management (including surveying)
    Agricultural Marketing, Export and Co-operation

    5th Semester

    Rainfed Agriculture
    Introduction of Plant Bio-technology
    Livestock Production & Management (including Poultry)
    Crop Pest and Management-I
    Crop Diseases and Management-II
    Breeding of Field Crops
    Ornamental Horticulture
    Farm Structure, Power & Machinery
    Post Harvest Technology

    6th Semester

    Farming Systems and Sustainable Agriculture
    Principles of Seed Technology
    Communication and Diffusion of Agril. Innovations
    Mushroom Cultivation
    Post Harvest Management of Fruits and Vegetables
    Silviculture and Agroforestry
    Agricultural Finance, Business Management and Trade
    Computer Application
    Crop Pest and Management II

    7th Semester

    Crop Production
    Livestock & Nutritional Management
    Agricultural Economics
    Soil Test and Integrated Nutrient Management
    Integrated Plant Protection-I
    4 Extension Education and Rural Sociology
    Horticulture
    Integrated Plant Protection-II

    8th Semester

    Farm Layout Development Management and Field Plot Techniques
    Sheep and Goat Production
    Technology of Milk and Milk Products
    Micro-irrigation and Drainage Engineering

    Elective Subjects :

    Seed Production
    Medicinal & Aromatic Crop Production
    Biochemistry of Food and Nutrition
    Evaluation of Agril. Development Programmes
    Production Techniques for Biological Control Agents
    Agricultural Communication and Journalism
    Commercial Protected Floriculture
    Hydrological Studies in Watershed Management
    Seed Pathology
    Biofertilizers
    Project Planning, Evaluation and Formulation


    all the best

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    Syllabus of BSC Agriculture:
    1st semester
    ACSS-111 Fundamentals of Soil Science
    AGRO-111 Principles of Agronomy
    AGROMET-112 Physics & Agril. Meteorology
    BOT-111 Elements of Genetics
    EXTN-111 Fundamentals of Extension Education & Rural Development
    STAT-111 Elementary Statistics
    HORT-111 Fundamentals of Horticulture
    MIBO-111 Microbiology
    LANG-111 Structural and Spoken English
    MATH-111 Mathematics (Deficiency course)

    2nd Semester
    AGRO-123 Irrigation Water Management
    AGRO-124 Weed Management
    EXTN-122 Rural Sociology & Educational Psychology
    BOT-122 Elementary crop Physiology
    BOT-123 Principles of Plant Breeding
    ENT-121 Introductory Entomology
    ACSS-122 Elementary Plant Biochemistry & Chemistry of Plant Products
    MATH-122 Applied Mathematics
    MIBO-122 Soil Microbiology

    3rd Semester
    AGRO-235 Field Crops-I (Kharif Crops including Forages) Cereals, Millets and Pulses
    AGRO-236 Practical Crop Production I
    ACSS-233 Principles of Soil Physics & Conservation
    AHDS-231 Livestock Breeds and Nutrition (including poultry)
    BOT-234 Environmental Science & Agro-ecology
    ENT-232 Economic Entomology (including Bee Keeping Sericulture and Lac Culture)
    PATH-231 Introductory Plant Pathology
    HORT-232 Vegetable Production
    ECON-231 Introduction to Agricultural and Natural Resources Economics and Farm Management Economics

    4th Semester
    AGRO-247 Field Crops-II (Rabi Crop including Forages / Oilseeds and Commercial crops)
    AGRO-248 Practical Crop Production-II
    HORT-243 Fruit, Production including Plantation Crops
    ACSS-244 Soil Fertility, Fertilizer and Integrated Nutrient Management
    PATH-242 Crop Disease and Management-I
    ENGG-241 Watershed Management (including surveying)
    ECON-242 Agricultural Marketing, Export and Co-operation

    5th Semester
    AGRO-359 Rainfed Agriculture
    BOT-355 Introduction of Plant Bio-technology
    AHDS-352 Livestock Production & Management (including Poultry)
    ENT-353 Crop Pest and Management-I
    PATH-353 Crop Diseases and Management-II
    BOT-356 Breeding of Field Crops
    HORT-354 Ornamental Horticulture
    ENGG-352 Farm Structure, Power & Machinery
    ENGG-353 Post Harvest Technology

    6th Semester
    AGRO-3610 Farming Systems and Sustainable Agriculture
    BOT-367 Principles of Seed Technology
    EXTN-363 Communication and Diffusion of Agril. Innovations
    PATH-364 Mushroom Cultivation
    HORT-365 Post Harvest Management of Fruits and Vegetables
    HORT-366 Silviculture and Agroforestry
    ECON-363 Agricultural Finance, Business Management and Trade
    ENGG COMP-361 Computer Application
    ENT-364 Crop Pest and Management II

    7th Semester
    RAWE Programme
    RAWE AGRO-471 Crop Production
    RAWE AHDS 472 Livestock & Nutritional Management
    RAWE ECON-474 Agricultural Economics
    RAWE ACSS-475 Soil Test and Integrated Nutrient Management
    RAWE ENT-474 Integrated Plant Protection-I
    RAWE ENTN-474 Extension Education and Rural Sociology
    RAWE HORT-477 Horticulture
    RAWE PATH 476 Integrated Plant Protection-II

    8th Semester
    AGRO-481 Farm Layout Development Management and Field Plot Techniques
    AHDS-483 Sheep and Goat Production
    AHDS-484 Technology of Milk and Milk Products
    ENGG-485 Micro-irrigation and Drainage Engineering

    Elective Courses
    ELE BOT-481 Seed Production
    ELE BOT-482 Medicinal & Aromatic Crop Production
    ELE ACSS-481 Biochemistry of Food and Nutrition
    ELE ECON-481 Evaluation of Agril. Development Programmes
    ELE ENT-481 Production Techniques for Biological Control Agents
    ELE EXTN-481 Agricultural Communication and Journalism
    ELE HORT-481 Commercial Protected Floriculture
    ELE ENGG-481 Hydrological Studies in Watershed Management
    ELE PATH-481 Seed Pathology
    ELE PATH-482 Biofertilizers
    ELE ECON-482 Project Planning, Evaluation and Formulation
    ELE ENT-482 Sericulture



    Best of luck...........

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    Re: What is the syllabus of B.Sc Agriculture?

    dear friend,

    My friend if you want to do B.Sc (Agriculture) then you should know that it is a course of 3 yrs.

    Many universities offers this course,But every university has different syllabus.

    Following is the syllabus of Hisar university which is famous in world for its agriculture program:

    As whole course is divided in to 6 semesters:


    Syllabus of 1st Semester:

    Fundamentals of Extension Education & Rural Development
    Elementary Statistics
    Fundamentals of Horticulture
    Microbiology
    Structural and Spoken English
    Fundamentals of Soil Science
    Principles of Agronomy
    Physics & Agril. Meteorology
    Elements of Genetics
    Mathematics

    Syllabus of 2ndSemester:

    Irrigation Water Management
    Weed Management
    Rural Sociology & Educational Psychology
    Elementary crop Physiology
    Principles of Plant Breeding
    Introductory Entomology
    Elementary Plant Biochemistry & Chemistry of Plant Products
    Applied Mathematics
    Soil Microbiology

    Syllabus of 3rd Semester:

    Field Crops-I (Kharif Crops including Forages) Cereals, Millets and Pulses
    Practical Crop Production I
    Principles of Soil Physics & Conservation
    Livestock Breeds and Nutrition (including poultry)
    Environmental Science & Agro-ecology
    Economic Entomology (including Bee Keeping Sericulture and Lac Culture)
    Introductory Plant Pathology
    Vegetable Production
    Introduction to Agricultural and Natural Resources Economics and Farm Management Economics

    Syllabus of 4th Semester:

    Field Crops-II (Rabi Crop including Forages / Oilseeds and Commercial crops)
    Practical Crop Production-II
    Fruit, Production including Plantation Crops
    Soil Fertility, Fertilizer and Integrated Nutrient Management
    Crop Disease and Management-I
    Watershed Management (including surveying)
    Agricultural Marketing, Export and Co-operation

    Syllabus of 5th Semester:

    Rainfed Agriculture
    Introduction of Plant Bio-technology
    Livestock Production & Management (including Poultry)
    Crop Pest and Management-I
    Crop Diseases and Management-II
    Breeding of Field Crops
    Ornamental Horticulture
    Farm Structure, Power & Machinery
    Post Harvest Technology

    Syllabus of 6th Semester:

    Farming Systems and Sustainable Agriculture
    Principles of Seed Technology
    Communication and Diffusion of Agril. Innovations
    Mushroom Cultivation
    Post Harvest Management of Fruits and Vegetables
    Silviculture and Agroforestry
    Agricultural Finance, Business Management and Trade
    Computer Application
    Crop Pest and Management II

    best of lk..

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    Red face Re: What is the syllabus of B.Sc Agriculture?

    HI...
    1st semester
    ACSS-111 Fundamentals of Soil Science
    AGRO-111 Principles of Agronomy
    AGROMET-112 Physics & Agril. Meteorology
    BOT-111 Elements of Genetics
    EXTN-111 Fundamentals of Extension Education & Rural Development
    STAT-111 Elementary Statistics
    HORT-111 Fundamentals of Horticulture
    MIBO-111 Microbiology
    LANG-111 Structural and Spoken English
    MATH-111 Mathematics (Deficiency course)

    2nd Semester
    AGRO-123 Irrigation Water Management
    AGRO-124 Weed Management
    EXTN-122 Rural Sociology & Educational Psychology
    BOT-122 Elementary crop Physiology
    BOT-123 Principles of Plant Breeding
    ENT-121 Introductory Entomology
    ACSS-122 Elementary Plant Biochemistry & Chemistry of Plant Products
    MATH-122 Applied Mathematics
    MIBO-122 Soil Microbiology

    3rd Semester
    AGRO-235 Field Crops-I (Kharif Crops including Forages) Cereals, Millets and Pulses
    AGRO-236 Practical Crop Production I
    ACSS-233 Principles of Soil Physics & Conservation
    AHDS-231 Livestock Breeds and Nutrition (including poultry)
    BOT-234 Environmental Science & Agro-ecology
    ENT-232 Economic Entomology (including Bee Keeping Sericulture and Lac Culture)
    PATH-231 Introductory Plant Pathology
    HORT-232 Vegetable Production
    ECON-231 Introduction to Agricultural and Natural Resources Economics and Farm Management Economics

    4th Semester
    AGRO-247 Field Crops-II (Rabi Crop including Forages / Oilseeds and Commercial crops)
    AGRO-248 Practical Crop Production-II
    HORT-243 Fruit, Production including Plantation Crops
    ACSS-244 Soil Fertility, Fertilizer and Integrated Nutrient Management
    PATH-242 Crop Disease and Management-I
    ENGG-241 Watershed Management (including surveying)
    ECON-242 Agricultural Marketing, Export and Co-operation

    5th Semester
    AGRO-359 Rainfed Agriculture
    BOT-355 Introduction of Plant Bio-technology
    AHDS-352 Livestock Production & Management (including Poultry)
    ENT-353 Crop Pest and Management-I
    PATH-353 Crop Diseases and Management-II
    BOT-356 Breeding of Field Crops
    HORT-354 Ornamental Horticulture
    ENGG-352 Farm Structure, Power & Machinery
    ENGG-353 Post Harvest Technology

    6th Semester
    AGRO-3610 Farming Systems and Sustainable Agriculture
    BOT-367 Principles of Seed Technology
    EXTN-363 Communication and Diffusion of Agril. Innovations
    PATH-364 Mushroom Cultivation
    HORT-365 Post Harvest Management of Fruits and Vegetables
    HORT-366 Silviculture and Agroforestry
    ECON-363 Agricultural Finance, Business Management and Trade
    ENGG COMP-361 Computer Application
    ENT-364 Crop Pest and Management II

    7th Semester
    RAWE Programme
    RAWE AGRO-471 Crop Production
    RAWE AHDS 472 Livestock & Nutritional Management
    RAWE ECON-474 Agricultural Economics
    RAWE ACSS-475 Soil Test and Integrated Nutrient Management
    RAWE ENT-474 Integrated Plant Protection-I
    RAWE ENTN-474 Extension Education and Rural Sociology
    RAWE HORT-477 Horticulture
    RAWE PATH 476 Integrated Plant Protection-II

    8th Semester
    AGRO-481 Farm Layout Development Management and Field Plot Techniques
    AHDS-483 Sheep and Goat Production
    AHDS-484 Technology of Milk and Milk Products
    ENGG-485 Micro-irrigation and Drainage Engineering

    Elective Courses
    ELE BOT-481 Seed Production
    ELE BOT-482 Medicinal & Aromatic Crop Production
    ELE ACSS-481 Biochemistry of Food and Nutrition
    ELE ECON-481 Evaluation of Agril. Development Programmes
    ELE ENT-481 Production Techniques for Biological Control Agents
    ELE EXTN-481 Agricultural Communication and Journalism
    ELE HORT-481 Commercial Protected Floriculture
    ELE ENGG-481 Hydrological Studies in Watershed Management
    ELE PATH-481 Seed Pathology
    ELE PATH-482 Biofertilizers
    ELE ECON-482 Project Planning, Evaluation and Formulation
    ELE ENT-482 Sericulture

  28. #27
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    Re: What is the syllabus of B.Sc Agriculture?

    syllabus for Bachelors in agriculture is different with different universities...
    some common subjects for all Universities include

    ANIMAL HUSBANDARY

    LIVE STOCK MANAGEMENT

    CROP MANAGEMENT

    NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

    FIELD OPTIMIZATION

    NATURAL DISASTER CONTROL

    PEST CONTROL

    WATER MANAGEMENT

    SEED GERIMINATION

    BIO CHEMISTRY

    YIELD OPTIMIZATION ETC..

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    Re: What is the syllabus of B.Sc Agriculture?

    HAI,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
    dear B.SC agriculture is a 4 years course in the field of general agriculture as a composite course .
    you have syllabus like 8 semesters
    SEMESTER - I :
    • Principles of Agronomy and Agricultural Heritage
    • Agricultural Microbiology
    • Fundamentals of Information Technology
    • Applied Mathematics
    • Principles of Analytical Chemistry
    • Introduction to Agricultural Botany
    • English for effective communication
    • National Service Scheme/National Cadet Corps
    • Physical Education
    SEMESTER - II :
    • Fundamentals of Agricultural Meteorology
    • Fundamentals of Biochemistry
    • Crop Physiology
    • Principles of Genetics
    • Dimensions of Agricultural Extension
    • Principles of Agricultural Economics
    • Fundamentals of Horticulture
    • Principles of Environmental Sciences
    • Principles of food science and processing
    SEMESTER - III :
    • Weed Management
    • Irrigation Management
    • Fundamentals of Entomology
    • Fundamentals of Plant Pathology
    • Fundamentals of Soil Science
    • Livestock and Poultry Production
    • Management
    • Animal Husbandry
    • Fundamentals of Rural Sociology and Educational Psychology
    • Farm Power and Machinery
    • Introductory Nematology
    SEMESTER - IV :
    • Agronomy of field
    • Production Technology of Fruits and Plantation Crops
    • Principles of Seed Technology
    • Fundamentals of Soil and Water
    • Conservation Engineering
    • Soil and Water Conservation
    • Forest Resource Management
    • Fundamentals of Agribusiness Management
    • Principles of Biotechnology
    • Applied Statistics
    • Renewable Energy
    • Study Tour I
    • Sericulture Technologies
    SEMESTER - V :
    • Crop Production
    • Agronomy of field
    • StudyTour II
    • Crop and Pesticide Chemistry
    • Pests of Field Crops and their Management
    • Diseases of Field Crops and Their Management
    • Production Technology of Vegetables and Spice crops
    • Fundamentals and Applications of nanotechnology
    • Production Economics and Farm Management
    • Applied Plant Biotechnology
    • Post Harvest and Food Engineering
    SEMESTER - VI :
    • Principles and practices of cropping and Farming System
    • Soil Resource Inventory and Problem
    • Principles and Methods of Plant Breeding
    • Production Technology of Flower Crops, Medicinal and Aromatic Crops
    • Extension Methodologies and Transfer of Agricultural Technology
    • Agricultural Marketing, Trade and Prices
    • Soft skills for Employability
    • Experiential Learning - 1
    SEMESTER - VII :
    • Rural Agricultural Work Experience
    • Project Work
    • All India Study Tour
    SEMESTER - VIII :
    • Organic Farming
    • Breeding Feild Crops And Horticulture Crops
    • Nutrient Management and Fertilizer Technology
    • Pests of Horticultural Crops and their Management
    • Diseases of Horticultural crops and their management
    • Agricultural Finance, Banking and Cooperation
    • development education for Tamil students.
      Experimental Learning - II
    all the best

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    Re: What is the syllabus of B.Sc Agriculture?

    1st semester:

    Principles of Agronomy and Agricultural Heritage
    Agricultural Microbiology
    Fundamentals of Information Technology
    Applied Mathematics
    Principles of Analytical Chemistry
    Introduction to Agricultural Botany
    English for effective communication
    National Service Scheme/National Cadet Corps
    Physical Education

    2nd semester:

    Fundamentals of Agricultural Meteorology
    Fundamentals of Biochemistry
    Crop Physiology
    Principles of Genetics
    Dimensions of Agricultural Extension
    Principles of Agricultural Economics
    Fundamentals of Horticulture
    Principles of Environmental Sciences
    Principles of food science and processing




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    Re: What is the syllabus of B.Sc Agriculture?

    Dear friend,

    [COLOR="rgb(46, 139, 87)"]Now a days Agriculture is Growing Field. Agriculture is good file from the point of View of reputation.
    Agriculture Fields Required Talented Students which have Ability for Innovation. Agriculture is Base of Any Country.
    Agriculture gives 50% -60% Contribution In Economy of Country.[/COLOR]


    I add a pdf file for syllabus -
    Attached Files

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    Re: What is the syllabus of B.Sc Agriculture?

    wht is the syllabus of bsc agriculture of ccs university???

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    Re: What is the syllabus of B.Sc Agriculture?

    hello
    someone please tell me the syllabus of bsc agriculture....

    Here are the details of B.Sc (Agriculture) course

    Duration:- 3 years full time course

    Eligibility:- Pass 10 + 2 in Science stream.



    B.Sc Agriculture Have following sub branch....
    • Department of agronomy
    • Department of Botany
    • Department of Horticulture
    • Department of Agri Economics
    • Department of Agricultural Extension
    • Department of Entomology
    • Department of Plant pathology
    • Department of Agricultural Engineering
    • Department of Animal science & Dairy Science
    • Department of Soil Science & Agril Chemistry
    Kindly find attachment for Syllabus...........

    All the best
    Attached Files

  34. #33
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    Re: What is the syllabus of B.Sc Agriculture?

    Hai,

    BSc Agriculture is one of the most demanded course in India..

    As India is a farming country there are huge opportunities for Agricultural graduates..

    This is not like a general degree program.

    The duration of this degree is of 4 years..

    Syllabus for B.Sc Agriculture is:-

    First Semester:
    • Fundamentals of Soil Science
    • Principles of Agronomy
    • Genetic Elements
    • Fundamentals of Extension Education and Rural Development
    • Elementary Statistics
    • Micro-biology
    • Fundamentals of Horti-culture
    • Mathematics
    • Communication skills

    Second Sem:
    • Irrigation Management
    • Weed Management
    • Elementary Crop Physiology
    • Principles of plant breeding
    • Enotomy basics
    • Soil Micro-Biology

    Third Sem:
    • Field Crops
    • Practical Crop Production
    • Principles of Soil Physics & Conservation
    • Livestock Breeds and Nutrition
    • Environmental Science & Agro-ecology
    • Economic Entomology
    • Introduction for Plant Pathology
    • Vegetable Production
    • Introduction to Agricultural and Natural Resources Economics
    • Farm Management Economics

    Fourth Sem:
    • Fruit, Production including Plantation Crops
    • Soil Fertility, Fertilizer and Integrated Nutrient Management
    • Crop Disease and Management
    • Watershed Management
    • Agricultural Marketing, Export and Co-operation

    Fifth Sem:
    • Rainfed Agriculture
    • Introduction of Plant Bio-technology
    • Livestock Production & Management
    • Crop Pest and Management
    • Breeding of Field Crops
    • Ornamental Horticulture
    • Farm Structure, Power & Machinery
    • Post Harvest Technology

    Sixth Sem:
    • Farming Systems and Sustainable Agriculture
    • Principles of Seed Technology
    • Communication and Diffusion of Agril. Innovations
    • Mushroom Cultivation
    • Post Harvest Management of Fruits and Vegetables
    • Silviculture and Agroforestry
    • Agricultural Finance, Business Management and Trade
    • Computer Application

    Seventh Sem:
    • RAWE Programme
    • Crop Production
    • Livestock & Nutritional Management
    • Agricultural Economics
    • Soil Test and Integrated Nutrient Management
    • Integrated Plant Protection

    Eighth Sem:
    • Farm Layout Development Management and Field Plot Techniques
    • Sheep and Goat Production
    • Technology of Milk and Milk Products
    • Micro-irrigation and Drainage Engineering

    Some of the jobs you can get after completion of BSc in Agriculture are:-
    • Agriculture Officer
    • Assistant Plantation Manager
    • Territory Manager
    • Trial Co-ordinator
    • Technical Manager
    • Agricultural Research Scientist
    • Agriculture development Officer

    Some of the government jobs for Bsc agricultute degree holders are:-
    • Indian Agricultural Research Institute
    • National Seeds Corporation Limited
    • North Eastern Region Agricultural Marketing Corporation etc..,
    All the best..

  35. #34
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    Re: What is the syllabus of B.Sc Agriculture?

    Hello,
    B.sc agriculture is a graduation course.
    this is three year course.
    The detail of B.Sc agriculture Syllabus are given below there are-
    1st semester
    ACSS-111 Fundamentals of Soil Science
    AGRO-111 Principles of Agronomy
    AGROMET-112 Physics& Agril. Meteorology
    BOT-111 Elements of Genetics
    EXTN-111 Fundamentals of Extension Education &Rural Development
    STAT-111 Elementary Statistics
    HORT-111 Fundamentals of Horticulture
    MIBO-111 Microbiology
    LANG-111 Structural and Spoken English
    MATH-111 Mathematics (Deficiency course)
    2nd Semester
    AGRO-123 Irrigation Water Management
    AGRO-124 Weed Management
    EXTN-122 Rural Sociology & Educational Psychology
    BOT-122 Elementary crop Physiology
    BOT-123 Principles of Plant Breeding
    ENT-121 Introductory Entomology
    ACSS-122 Elementary Plant Biochemistry & Chemistry of Plant Products
    MATH-122 Applied Mathematics
    MIBO-122 Soil Microbiology
    3rd Semester
    AGRO-235 Field Crops-I (Kharif Crops including Forages) Cereals, Millets and Pulses
    AGRO-236 Practical Crop Production I
    ACSS-233 Principles ofSoil Physics & Conservation
    AHDS-231 Livestock Breeds and Nutrition (including poultry)
    BOT-234 Environmental Science & Agro-ecology
    ENT-232 Economic Entomology (including Bee Keeping Sericulture and Lac Culture)
    PATH-231 Introductory Plant Pathology
    HORT-232 Vegetable Production
    ECON-231 Introduction to Agricultural and Natural Resources Economics and Farm Management Economics
    4th Semester
    AGRO-247 Field Crops-II (Rabi Crop includingForages / Oilseeds and Commercial crops)
    AGRO-248 Practical Crop Production-II
    HORT-243 Fruit, Production including Plantation Crops
    ACSS-244 Soil Fertility,Fertilizer and Integrated Nutrient Management
    PATH-242 Crop Disease and Management-I
    ENGG-241 Watershed Management (including surveying)
    ECON-242 AgriculturalMarketing, Export andCo-operation
    5th Semester
    AGRO-359 Rainfed Agriculture
    BOT-355 Introduction of Plant Bio-technology
    AHDS-352 Livestock Production & Management (including Poultry)
    ENT-353 Crop Pest and Management-I
    PATH-353 Crop Diseases and Management-II
    BOT-356 Breeding of Field Crops
    HORT-354 OrnamentalHorticulture
    ENGG-352 Farm Structure, Power & Machinery
    ENGG-353 Post Harvest Technology
    6th Semester
    AGRO-3610 Farming Systems and Sustainable Agriculture
    BOT-367 Principles of Seed Technology
    EXTN-363 Communication and Diffusion of Agril. Innovations
    PATH-364 Mushroom Cultivation
    HORT-365 Post Harvest Management of Fruits and Vegetables
    HORT-366 Silviculture and Agroforestry
    ECON-363 AgriculturalFinance, Business Management and Trade
    ENGG COMP-361 Computer Application
    ENT-364 Crop Pest and Management C II
    7th Semester
    RAWE Programme
    RAWE AGRO-471 Crop Production
    RAWE AHDS 472 Livestock & Nutritional Management
    RAWE ECON-474 Agricultural Economics
    RAWE ACSS-475 Soil Test and Integrated Nutrient Management
    RAWE ENT-474 Integrated Plant Protection-I
    RAWE ENTN-474 Extension Education and Rural Sociology
    RAWE HORT-477 Horticulture
    RAWE PATH 476 Integrated Plant Protection-II
    8th Semester
    AGRO-481 Farm Layout Development Management and Field Plot Techniques
    AHDS-483 Sheep and Goat Production
    AHDS-484 Technology of Milk and Milk Products
    ENGG-485 Micro-irrigation and Drainage Engineering

    For more detail leave message here

    *THANK YOU*

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    Re: What is the syllabus of B.Sc Agriculture?

    Hi..........
    Friends,

    the B.Sc Agriculture course syllabus ::

    B.Sc Ist Semester ::
    ***************
    --> ACSS-111 Fundamentals of Soil Science

    --> AGRO-111 Principles of Agronomy

    --> AGROMET-112 Physics& Agril. Meteorology

    --> BOT-111 Elements of Genetics

    --> EXTN-111 Fundamentals of Extension Education &Rural Development

    --> STAT-111 Elementary Statistics

    --> HORT-111 Fundamentals of Horticulture

    --> MIBO-111 Microbiology

    --> LANG-111 Structural and Spoken English

    --> MATH-111 Mathematics (Deficiency course)


    B.Sc IInd Semester ::
    ****************
    --> AGRO-123 Irrigation Water Management

    --> AGRO-124 Weed Management

    --> EXTN-122 Rural Sociology & Educational Psychology

    --> BOT-122 Elementary crop Physiology

    --> BOT-123 Principles of Plant Breeding

    --> ENT-121 Introductory Entomology

    --> ACSS-122 Elementary Plant Biochemistry & Chemistry of Plant Products

    --> MATH-122 Applied Mathematics

    --> MIBO-122 Soil Microbiology


    B.Sc IIIed Semester ::
    *****************
    --> AGRO-235 Field Crops-I (Kharif Crops including Forages) Cereals, Millets and Pulses

    --> AGRO-236 Practical Crop Production I

    --> ACSS-233 Principles ofSoil Physics & Conservation

    --> AHDS-231 Livestock Breeds and Nutrition (including poultry)

    --> BOT-234 Environmental Science & Agro-ecology

    --> ENT-232 Economic Entomology (including Bee Keeping Sericulture and Lac Culture)

    --> PATH-231 Introductory Plant Pathology

    --> HORT-232 Vegetable Production

    --> ECON-231 Introduction to Agricultural and Natural Resources Economics and Farm Management Economics


    B.Sc IVth Semester ::
    ****************
    --> AGRO-247 Field Crops-II (Rabi Crop includingForages / Oilseeds and Commercial crops)

    --> AGRO-248 Practical Crop Production-II

    --> HORT-243 Fruit, Production including Plantation Crops

    --> ACSS-244 Soil Fertility,Fertilizer and Integrated Nutrient Management

    --> PATH-242 Crop Disease and Management-I

    --> ENGG-241 Watershed Management (including surveying)

    --> ECON-242 AgriculturalMarketing, Export andCo-operation


    B.Sc Vth Semester ::
    ***************

    --> AGRO-359 Rainfed Agriculture

    --> BOT-355 Introduction of Plant Bio-technology

    --> AHDS-352 Livestock Production & Management (including Poultry)

    --> ENT-353 Crop Pest and Management-I

    --> PATH-353 Crop Diseases and Management-II

    --> BOT-356 Breeding of Field Crops

    --> HORT-354 OrnamentalHorticulture

    --> ENGG-352 Farm Structure, Power & Machinery

    --> ENGG-353 Post Harvest Technology


    B.Sc VIth Semester ::
    ****************
    --> AGRO-3610 Farming Systems and Sustainable Agriculture

    --> BOT-367 Principles of Seed Technology

    --> EXTN-363 Communication and Diffusion of Agril. Innovations

    --> PATH-364 Mushroom Cultivation

    --> HORT-365 Post Harvest Management of Fruits and Vegetables

    --> HORT-366 Silviculture and Agroforestry

    --> ECON-363 AgriculturalFinance, Business Management and Trade

    --> ENGG COMP-361 Computer Application

    --> ENT-364 Crop Pest and Management C II


    B.Sc VIIth Semester ::
    ****************
    --> RAWE Programme

    --> RAWE AGRO-471 Crop Production

    --> RAWE AHDS 472 Livestock & Nutritional Management

    --> RAWE ECON-474 Agricultural Economics

    --> RAWE ACSS-475 Soil Test and Integrated Nutrient Management

    --> RAWE ENT-474 Integrated Plant Protection-I

    --> RAWE ENTN-474 Extension Education and Rural Sociology

    --> RAWE HORT-477 Horticulture

    --> RAWE PATH 476 Integrated Plant Protection-II


    B.Sc VIIIth Semester ::
    *****************
    --> AGRO-481 Farm Layout Development Management and Field Plot Techniques

    --> AHDS-483 Sheep and Goat Production

    --> AHDS-484 Technology of Milk and Milk Products

    --> ENGG-485 Micro-irrigation and Drainage Engineering



    All the best............

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    Re: What is the syllabus of B.Sc Agriculture?

    Hi friend


    The syllabus of B.Sc Agriculture is given bellow-
    You have to be complete the 8th semester as follows-


    In your 1st semester:

    Fundamentals of Soil Science
    Principles of Agronomy
    Physics & Agril. Meteorology
    Elements of Genetics
    Fundamentals of Extension Education & Rural Development
    Elementary Statistics
    Fundamentals of Horticulture
    Microbiology
    Structural and Spoken English
    Mathematics (Deficiency course)


    In your 2nd semester:

    Irrigation Water Management
    Weed Management
    Rural Sociology & Educational Psychology
    Elementary crop Physiology
    Principles of Plant Breeding
    Introductory Entomology
    Elementary Plant Biochemistry & Chemistry of Plant Products
    Applied Mathematics
    Soil Microbiology


    In your 3rd semester:

    Field Crops-I (Kharif Crops including Forages) Cereals, Millets and Pulses
    Practical Crop Production I
    Principles of Soil Physics & Conservation
    Livestock Breeds and Nutrition (including poultry)
    Environmental Science & Agro-ecology
    Economic Entomology (including Bee Keeping Sericulture and Lac Culture)
    Introductory Plant Pathology
    Vegetable Production
    Introduction to Agricultural and Natural Resources Economics and Farm Management Economics


    In your 4th semester:

    Field Crops-II (Rabi Crop including Forages / Oilseeds and Commercial crops)
    Practical Crop Production-II
    Fruit, Production including Plantation Crops
    Soil Fertility, Fertilizer and Integrated Nutrient Management
    Crop Disease and Management-I
    Watershed Management (including surveying)
    Agricultural Marketing, Export and Co-operation


    In your 5th semester:

    Rainfed Agriculture
    Introduction of Plant Bio-technology
    Livestock Production & Management (including Poultry)
    Crop Pest and Management-I
    Crop Diseases and Management-II
    Breeding of Field Crops
    Ornamental Horticulture
    Farm Structure, Power & Machinery
    Post Harvest Technology


    In your 6th semester:

    Farming Systems and Sustainable Agriculture
    Principles of Seed Technology
    Communication and Diffusion of Agril. Innovations
    Mushroom Cultivation
    Post Harvest Management of Fruits and Vegetables
    Silviculture and Agroforestry
    Agricultural Finance, Business Management and Trade
    Computer Application
    Crop Pest and Management -II


    In your 7th semester:

    Crop Production
    Livestock & Nutritional Management
    Agricultural Economics
    Soil Test and Integrated Nutrient Management
    Integrated Plant Protection-I
    4 Extension Education and Rural Sociology
    Horticulture
    Integrated Plant Protection-II



    In your 8th semester:

    Farm Layout Development Management and Field Plot Techniques
    Sheep and Goat Production
    Technology of Milk and Milk Products
    Micro-irrigation and Drainage Engineering



    All the best.

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    Re: What is the syllabus of B.Sc Agriculture?

    hello friends:-

    The Syllabus for B.sc agriculture are as follows:-


    >>1st semester

    >ACSS-111 Fundamentals of Soil Science

    >AGRO-111 Principles of Agronomy

    >AGROMET-112 Physics & Agril. Meteorology

    >BOT-111 Elements of Genetics

    >EXTN-111 Fundamentals of Extension Education & Rural Development

    >STAT-111 Elementary Statistics

    >HORT-111 Fundamentals of Horticulture

    >MIBO-111 Microbiology

    >LANG-111 Structural and Spoken English

    >MATH-111 Mathematics (Deficiency course)

    >>2nd Semester

    >AGRO-123 Irrigation Water Management

    >AGRO-124 Weed Management

    >EXTN-122 Rural Sociology & Educational Psychology

    >BOT-122 Elementary crop Physiology

    >BOT-123 Principles of Plant Breeding

    >ENT-121 Introductory Entomology

    >ACSS-122 Elementary Plant Biochemistry & Chemistry of Plant Products

    >MATH-122 Applied Mathematics

    >MIBO-122 Soil Microbiology

    >>3rd Semester

    >AGRO-235 Field Crops-I (Kharif Crops including Forages) Cereals, Millets and Pulses

    >AGRO-236 Practical Crop Production I

    >ACSS-233 Principles of Soil Physics & Conservation

    >AHDS-231 Livestock Breeds and Nutrition (including poultry)

    >BOT-234 Environmental Science & Agro-ecology

    >ENT-232 Economic Entomology (including Bee Keeping Sericulture and Lac Culture)

    >PATH-231 Introductory Plant Pathology

    >HORT-232 Vegetable Production

    >ECON-231 Introduction to Agricultural and Natural Resources Economics and Farm Management Economics

    >>4th Semester

    >AGRO-247 Field Crops-II (Rabi Crop including Forages / Oilseeds and Commercial crops)

    >AGRO-248 Practical Crop Production-II

    >HORT-243 Fruit, Production including Plantation Crops

    >ACSS-244 Soil Fertility, Fertilizer and Integrated Nutrient Management

    >PATH-242 Crop Disease and Management-I

    >ENGG-241 Watershed Management (including surveying)

    >ECON-242 Agricultural Marketing, Export and Co-operation

    >>5th Semester

    >AGRO-359 Rainfed Agriculture

    >BOT-355 Introduction of Plant Bio-technology

    >AHDS-352 Livestock Production & Management (including Poultry)

    >ENT-353 Crop Pest and Management-I

    >PATH-353 Crop Diseases and Management-II

    >BOT-356 Breeding of Field Crops

    >HORT-354 Ornamental Horticulture

    >ENGG-352 Farm Structure, Power & Machinery

    >ENGG-353 Post Harvest Technology

    >>6th Semester

    >AGRO-3610 Farming Systems and Sustainable Agriculture

    >BOT-367 Principles of Seed Technology

    >EXTN-363 Communication and Diffusion of Agril. Innovations

    >PATH-364 Mushroom Cultivation

    >HORT-365 Post Harvest Management of Fruits and Vegetables

    >HORT-366 Silviculture and Agroforestry

    >ECON-363 Agricultural Finance, Business Management and Trade

    >ENGG COMP-361 Computer Application

    >ENT-364 Crop Pest and Management II

    >>7th Semester

    >RAWE Programme

    >RAWE AGRO-471 Crop Production

    >RAWE AHDS 472 Livestock & Nutritional Management

    >RAWE ECON-474 Agricultural Economics

    >RAWE ACSS-475 Soil Test and Integrated Nutrient Management

    >RAWE ENT-474 Integrated Plant Protection-I

    >RAWE ENTN-474 Extension Education and Rural Sociology

    >RAWE HORT-477 Horticulture

    >RAWE PATH 476 Integrated Plant Protection-II

    >>8th Semester

    >AGRO-481 Farm Layout Development Management and Field Plot Techniques

    >AHDS-483 Sheep and Goat Production

    >AHDS-484 Technology of Milk and Milk Products

    >ENGG-485 Micro-irrigation and Drainage Engineering

    >>Elective Courses

    >ELE BOT-481 Seed Production

    >ELE BOT-482 Medicinal & Aromatic Crop Production

    >ELE ACSS-481 Biochemistry of Food and Nutrition

    >ELE ECON-481 Evaluation of Agril. Development Programmes

    >ELE ENT-481 Production Techniques for Biological Control Agents

    >ELE EXTN-481 Agricultural Communication and Journalism

    >ELE HORT-481 Commercial Protected Floriculture

    >ELE ENGG-481 Hydrological Studies in Watershed Management

    >ELE PATH-481 Seed Pathology

    >ELE PATH-482 Biofertilizers

    >ELE ECON-482 Project Planning, Evaluation and Formulation

    >ELE ENT-482 Sericulture

    here it is the sayllabus of B.sc Agriculture but you need to work hard for that.
    best of luck

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    Re: What is the syllabus of B.Sc Agriculture?

    syllabus of B.Sc Agriculture



    1st semester:


    Fundamentals of Soil Science

    Principles of Agronomy

    Physics & Agril. Meteorology

    Elements of Genetics

    Fundamentals of Extension Education & Rural Development

    Elementary Statistics

    Fundamentals of Horticulture

    Microbiology

    Structural and Spoken English

    Mathematics (Deficiency course)




    2nd semester:


    Irrigation Water Management

    Weed Management

    Rural Sociology & Educational Psychology

    Elementary crop Physiology

    Principles of Plant Breeding

    Introductory Entomology

    Elementary Plant Biochemistry & Chemistry of Plant Products

    Applied Mathematics

    Soil Microbiology

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    Re: What is the syllabus of B.Sc Agriculture?

    Respected sir
    I applied for bsc agri
    and i want to know if there syllabus is change in this year

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