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Message From The Dean
Dr. V. D. Khanpara

Agriculture is the backbone of our country and the major segment of our population depends on agriculture for their livelihood. The Government of India has supported Agricultural Education and Research through their successive five-year plan, thereby achieving green revolution which resulted in a significant jump in the agriculture production. India’s Green Revolution programme went a long way in making India self-sufficient in wheat and rice production. Today we have great challenges to overcome the problems of climate change, green house effect, global warming,environmental pollution, ozone depletion, change in the pest scenario, production of healthy food and many more. Therefore, there is a tremendous scope for agricultural development in India.

Marwadi University’s offering B. Sc. (Hons.) Agriculture is our foray into creating the finest agriculture professionals for the country. With the support of profound academicians, a superlative top management and industrial contacts we will make a mark in this prestigious profession. Marwadi University is emphasizing more on practical work compared to classroom teaching. The students of faculty of Agriculture Science go through the following practical work:

  1. Rural Awareness Works Experience (RAWE)
  2. Experiential Learning Programme (ELP)
  3. Training about Practical Crop Production

After pursuing the degree of B.Sc. (Hons.) Agriculture one can build a career in either, private or public sector. One can pursue MBA in Agricultural Business Management or M.Sc. (Agri.) or Ph.D. in specialized subjects of Agricultural Science.


The course of B. Sc. ( Hons. ) Agriculture at Marwadi University is designed to fulfill the following objectives:

  • To acquire requisite knowledge, skill and attitudes to deal with existing and emerging challenges of the agricultural sector.
  • To motivate the students towards innovative thinking.
  • To develop strong leadership, interpersonal team-building and entrepreneurial skills required to identify and utilize opportunities in agriculture science.
  • To obtain solid ground in scientific as well as technical principles
  • To provide practical in-field knowledge in agricultural science.

Scope of

  • One can build a career in either, private or public sector after pursuing the degree of B. Sc. (Hons.)  Agriculture .
  • Students have tremendous scope in industries like Pesticides, Fertilizers, Seeds, Micro irrigation, Tractor, Agro based industries etc.
  • Agro processing units, Export-import units, banking sector.
  • Plant tissue culture labs.
  • Cold storage units.
  • One can pursue MBA in Agriculture Business Management, M. Sc. (Agri.) and Ph.D. in specialized subjects for better future.
  • Whatever the option, opportunities are plenty.


After completion of this course, the students will be able to;

  • Develop the ability to apply the knowledge of agricultural science.
  • Gain the aptitude to design and conduct experiments, as well as analyze and interpret results
  • Function as part of the multidisciplinary team for various academic or industrial interests
  • Develop a flair for creative thinking to design a system or process to meet the required needs for a related industry
  • Develop the ability to communicate effectively with peers, professionals and society
  • Develop the ability to undertake higher level academic as well as industrial research
  • Develop  sense of contemporary and relevant issues in the field of agriculture


The candidate should have passed Higher Secondary School Certificate Examination in Science stream with English, Physics, Chemistry and Biology from any statutory Board / University in Gujarat State as well as in other states.English is compulsory subject.

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Graduate Programs


Semester I
Serial No. Course code Course name Credits Total Syllabus
1 16AS0101 Agricultural Heritage 1+0 1 View
2 16AS0102 Fundamentals of Soil Science 2+1 3 View
3 16AS0103 Introductory Agro meteorology and Climate Change 1+1 2 View
4 16AS0104 Agricultural Microbiology 1+1 2 View
5 16AS0105 Agri- Informatics 2+1 3 View
6 16AS0106 Introductory Botany 1+1 2 View
7 16AS0107 Fundamentals of Horticulture 1+1 2 View
8 16AS0108 Fundamentals of Plant Pathology 2+1 3 View
9 16SL0101 Comprehension & Communication Skills in English 1+1 2 View
10 16MA0101 Elementary Mathematics 2+0 2 View
11 16PE0101 NSS/NCC/Physical Education & Yoga Practices (Non-gradial) 0+1* 1 View
Semester II

1216PE0201NSS/NCC/Physical Education & Yoga Practices(Non-gradial)0+1*1View

Serial No. Course code Course name Credits Total Syllabus
1 16AS0201 Fundamentals of Agronomy 3+1 4 View
2 16AS0202 Manures, Fertilizers and Soil Fertility Management 2+1 3 View
3 16AS0203 Statistical Methods 2+1 3 View
4 16AS0204 Fundamentals of Agricultural Economics 2+0 2 View
5 16AS0205 Introductory Soil and Water Conservation Engineering 1+1 2 View
6 16AS0206 Fundamentals of Plant Biochemistry 2+1 3 View
7 16AS0207 Fundamentals of Genetics 2+1 3 View
8 16AS0208 Production Technology for Fruit and Plantation Crops 1+1 2 View
9 16AS0209 Introductory Plant Nematology 1+1 2 View
10 16GS0201 Human Values & Ethics (Non-gradial) 1+0 1 View
11 16SL0201 English for Special Purpose 1+1 2 View
Semester III
Serial No. Course code Course name Credits Total
1 16AS0301 Crop Production Technology-I (Kharif Crops) 1+1 2
2 16AS0302 Problematic Soils and their Management 2+1 3
3 16AS0303 Fundamentals of Entomology 2+1 3
4 16AS0304 Agricultural Finance and Co-operation 2+1 3
5 16AS0305 Farm Machinery and Power 1+1 2
6 16AS0306 Fundamentals of Agricultural Extension Education 2+1 3
7 16AS0307 Fundamentals of Plant Breeding 2+1 3
8 16AS0308 Production Technology for Vegetables and Spices 1+1 2
9 16AS0309 Fundamentals of Crop Physiology 2+1 3
10 16PE0301 NSS (Non-gradial) 0+1* 1
Semester IV
Serial No. Course code Course name Credits Total
1 16AS0401 Crop Production Technology-II (Rabi Crops) 1+1 2
2 16AS0402 Weed Management 2+1 3
3 16AS0403 Soil, Plant and Water Testing 0+2 2
4 16AS0404 Principles of Integrated Pest Management 1+1 2
5 16AS0405 Management of Beneficial Insects 1+1 2
6 16AS0406 Agricultural Marketing, Trade and Prices 2+1 3
7 16AS0407 Renewable Energy and Green Technology 1+1 2
8 16AS0408 Rural Sociology and Educational Psychology 2+0 2
9 16AS0409 Principles of Integrated Disease Management 1+1 2
10 16AS0410 Principles of Seed Technology 2+1 3
11 16AS0411 Intellectual Property Rights 1+0 1
12 16AS0412 Production Technology for Ornamental Crops, MAP and Landscaping 1+1 2
13 16PE0401 NSS (Non-gradial) 0+1* 1
Semester V
Serial No. Course code Course name Credits Total
1 16AS0501 Farming System and Sustainable Agriculture 1+0 1
2 16AS0502 Geoinformatics and Precision Farming 1+1 2
3 16AS0503 Practical Crop Production- I (Kharif Crops) 0+1 1
4 16AS0504 Introductory Biotechnology 1+1 2
5 16AS0505 Pest of Field Crops and Stored Grains and their Management 2+1 3
6 16AS0506 Protected Cultivation and Secondary Agriculture 1+1 2
7 16AS0507 Communication Skills and Personality Development 1+1 2
8 16AS0508 Diseases of Field and Horticultural Crops and Their Management- I 2+1 3
9 16AS0509 Crop Improvement-I (Kharif Crops) 1+1 2
10 16AS0510 Ruminant Production and Management 2+1 3
11 16AS0511 Post-harvest Management and Value Addition of Fruits and Vegetables 1+1 2
Semester VI
Serial No. Course code Course name Credits Total
1 16AS0601 Principles of Organic Farming 1+1 2
2 16AS0602 Rainfed Agriculture and Watershed Management 1+1 2
3 16AS0603 Practical Crop Production- II (Rabi Crops) 0+1 1
4 16AS0604 Farm Management, Production and Resource Economics 2+1 3
5 16AS0605 Pest of Horticultural Crops and  their Management 2+1 3
6 16AS0606 Entrepreneurship Development and Business Communication 1+1 2
7 16AS0607 Diseases of Field and Horticultural Crops and Their Management- II 2+1 3
8 16AS0608 Crop Improvement-II (Rabi Crops) 1+1 2
9 16AS0609 Commercial Plant Breeding 1+1 2
10 16AS0610 Landscaping 1+1 2
11 16AS0611 Poultry Production and Management 1+1 2
12 16ES0601 Environmental studies and Disaster Management 2+1 3