(Rural Agricultural Work Experience Programme)
During the VII semester of B.Sc. (Agri.) degree programme the students are given in- depth knowledge about the principles and practices of agriculture through theory and practical in the field under rural situations. However, the agricultural production situation in rural areas is complicated as it is controlled by many factors including socio-economic ones.
The learning process essentially provides a direction to the students to think and act and eventually creates self-confidence. RAWE programme helps the students to create competence, capability, capacity building, skills, expertise, in short a holistic development. However, it requires an individual’s total commitment, involvement, participation, reception, active interest, dedication, skill, curiosity, vision and mission.
The final year VII semester students are deputed in the villages, where they interact with rural community in general and farmers in particular to understand their problems, apply knowledge and skills they acquired during first six semesters of the degree programme. During this period, the students will have in-depth knowledge of Agronomy, Agril. Botany, Agril. Entomology, Plant Pathology, Agril. Engineering, Animal Husbandry and Dairy Science, Horticulture, Soil Science and Agril. Chemistry, Agril. Economics and Extension Education in relation to the production environment of plants and animals through theory and practical.