Basic Agronomy Concepts: Applied knowledge of Agronomy including concepts of crop production (rabi and kharif), soil fertility, weed management, Intellectual Property rights and experimental designs
Research: Students will be competent enough in the field of Agronomy and its allied areas by giving them hands on experience in field experiments through practical in the fields and Laboratory including basic tools and techniques in their dissertation
Field Experiments: Able to calculate the need of the economy for seeds, fertilizers, pesticides, fuels and lubricants, agricultural machinery, implements and equipment, labor resources, assess the quality of field work (soil cultivation, sowing, crop care, harvesting, primary processing of cereals, etc.) keeping in view the environmental considerations.
Modern implementation usage : Use of different modern agricultural implements including tractors, harrow, mould board plough, disc plough, and using the concepts of zero tillage and its implementation using modern tools and techniques.
Modern concepts of crop production: crop growth and production in relation to sustainable environment, modeling of crop for crop yield, soil water relationship with crop, protective and precision agriculture, farming systems.
Modern farming system: Use of modern concepts for farming system including crop production, forestry, horticulture, poultry, fisheries, apiculture, livestock management. Concept of mixed farming and sustainable agriculture, Eco-friendly concept of sustainable agriculture, Create awareness about new extension programs.
Soil-water-plant relationship: Modern concept of soil and water relationship, irrigations and their types, use of Salt and water profile, infiltration, Basics of water use models for crop growth (Rabi and Kharif).
Environment and sustainability: Develop scientific, economic and environmental principles underpinning agricultural production and land use, Understanding and demonstration of knowledge on the impact of the agriculture and its allied streams on environment in relation to sustainable development in terms of conservation of soil, water and natural resources.
Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary programs.
Communication: Communicate effectively on agricultural and day to day activities with the agricultural community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.