AHDS – 353

AHDS – 353: SHEEP GOAT AND POULTRY PRODUCTION Credit:2(1+1) THEORY: Importance of sheep and goat production in national economy.Important Indian and Exotic breeds of sheep and goat. Common terminologies used in sheep and goat production. Classification and study of Indigenous Read More …

ELE AGM – 361

ELE AGM – 361: SYSTEM STIMULATION AND AGRO-ADVISORY Credit:2(1+1) THEORY: System Approach for representing soil-plant-atmospheric continuum, system boundaries, Crop models, concepts & techniques, types of crop models, data requirements, relational diagrams. Evaluation of crop responses to weather elements; Elementary crop Read More …

FST – 362

FST – 362: PRINCIPLES OF FOOD SCIENCE AND NUTRITION Credit:2(2+0) THEORY: Concepts of Food Science (Properties of food: physical, chemical and sensory: their measurements); Food composition and chemistry (water, carbohydrates, proteins, fats, vitamins, minerals, flavours, colours, miscellaneous bioactives, important reactions); Read More …

ELE SSAC – 364

ELE SSAC – 364: AGROCHEMICALS Credit:3(2+1) THEORY: An introduction to agrochemicals, their type and role in agriculture, effect on environment,soil, human and animal health, merits and demerits of their uses in agriculture, management ofagrochemicals for sustainable agriculture.Herbicides-Major classes, properties and Read More …

PATH – 365

PATH – 365: DISEASES OF FIELD AND HORTICULTURAL CROPS AND THEIR MANAGEMENT – II Credit:3(2+1) THEORY: Symptoms, etiology, disease cycle and management of following diseases: Field Crops:Wheat: rusts, loose smut, karnal bunt, powdery mildew, alternaria blight, and ear cockle;Sugarcane: red Read More …

ENGG – 364

ENGG – 364: PROTECTED CULTIVATION AND SECONDARY AGRICULTURE Credit:2(1+1) THEORY: Green house technology: Introduction, Types of Green Houses; Plant response to Green house environment, Planning and design of greenhouses, Design criteria of green house for cooling and heating purposes.Materials of Read More …

ECON – 365

ECON – 365: FARM MANAGEMENT, PRODUCTION AND RESOURCE ECONOMICS Credit:2(1+1) THEORY: Meaning and concept of farm management, objectives and relationship with other sciences. Meaning and definition of farms, its types and characteristics, factor determining types and size of farms. Principles Read More …

ELE HORT – 368

ELE HORT – 368: HI-TECH HORTICULTURE Credit:3(2+1) THEORY: Introduction & importance; Nursery management and mechanization; micro propagation of horticultural crops; Modern field preparation and planting methods, Protected cultivation: advantages, controlled conditions, method and techniques, Micro irrigation systems and its components; Read More …

ELE HORT – 367

ELE HORT – 367: LANDSCAPING Credit:3(2+1) THEORY: Importance and scope of landscaping,principles of landscaping, garden styles and types, terrace gardening, vertical gardening, garden components, adornments, lawn making, rockery, water garden, walk-paths, bridges, other constructed features etc. gardens for special purposes. Read More …

HORT – 366

HORT – 366: POST-HARVEST MANAGEMENT AND VALUE ADDITION OF FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Credit:2(1+1) THEORY: Importance of fruits and vegetables, extent and possible causes of post harvest losses; Pre-harvest factors affecting postharvest quality, maturity, ripening and changes occurring during ripening; Respiration Read More …