ELE FST – 351

ELE FST – 351: FOOD SAFETY AND STANDARDS  Credit: 3(2+1) THEORY: Food quality: physical, nutritional, microbial and sensory, quality control; Hazards in supply chain, biological, chemical and physical hazards, natural contaminants, allergens, Food adulteration, toxicities due to hazards, Food infection Read More …

AHDS – 353

AHDS – 353: TECHNOLOGY OF MILK AND MILK PRODUCTS Credit: 2(1+1) THEORY: Present status of dairy industry  in India. Definition and composition of milk.Physico-chemical properties of milk.Microbial quality of raw milk and standards for different market milk.Factors affecting yield and Read More …

SSAC – 353

SSAC – 353: MANURES, FERTILIZERS AND SOIL FERTILITY MANAGEMENT Credit: 3(2+1) THEORY: Introduction and importance of organic manures, properties and methods of preparation of bulky and concentrated manures.Green/leaf manuring. Fertilizer recommendation approaches. Integrated nutrient management. Chemical fertilizers: classification, composition and Read More …

PATH – 354

PATH – 354: DISEASES OF FIELD AND HORTICULTURAL CROPS AND THEIR MANAGEMENT – I Credit: 3(2+1) THEORY: Symptoms, etiology, disease cycle and management of major diseases of following crops: Field Crops: Rice: blast, brown spot, bacterial blight, sheath blight, false Read More …

EXTN – 355

EXTN – 355: ENTREPRENEURSHIP  DEVELOPMENT AND BUSINESS COMMUNICATION Credit: 2(1+1) THEORY: Entrepreneurship development Entrepreneur : Meaning, definitions, characteristics of entrepreneurship Assessment of entrepreneurship skills, identifying potential entrepreneurs Entrepreneurship development –Concept of entrepreneurship, Process of entrepreneurship development, Achievement motivation and entrepreneurship Read More …

ELE ECON – 354

ELE ECON – 354: AGRIBUSINESS MANAGEMENT Credit: 3(2+1) THEORY: Transformation of agriculture into agribusiness, various stakeholders and components of agribusiness systems. Importance of agribusiness in the Indian economy and New Agricultural Policy.  Distinctive features of Agribusiness Management: Importance and needs Read More …

ECON – 353

ECON – 353: AGRICULTURAL MARKETING TRADE AND PRICES Credit: 3(2+1) THEORY: Agricultural Marketing: Concepts and definitions of market, marketing, agricultural marketing, market structure, marketing mix and market segmentation, classification and characteristics of agricultural markets; demand, supply and producer’s surplus of Read More …

ELE HORT – 355

ELE HORT – 355: PROTECTED CULTIVATION OF HORTICULTURAL CROPS Credit: 3(2+1) THEORY: Protected cultivation- importance and scope, Status of protected cultivation in India and World types of protected structure based on site and climate. Cladding material involved in greenhouse/ poly Read More …

HORT – 354

HORT – 354: PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY FOR ORNAMENTAL CROPS, MAP AND LANDSCAPING Credit: 2(1+1) THEORY: Importance and scope of ornamental crops, medicinal and aromatic plants and landscaping.Principles of landscaping.Landscape uses of trees, shrubs and climbers. Production technology of important cut flowers Read More …