The B.Sc. Agriculture program at C.V Raman Global University is structured to provide students with a well-rounded education in agriculture. The curriculum is designed to equip students with a deep understanding of the various aspects of agriculture, including plant breeding, crop protection, irrigation management, food technology, and agricultural biotechnology. The program is divided into eight semesters, each focusing on different courses. The curriculum also includes practical training in farming practices, such as planting, harvesting, and processing crops.

The faculty members of the B.Sc. Agriculture program at CGU are highly qualified and experienced in the field of agriculture. They use theoretical and practical training methods to deepen students’ understanding of the subject. Faculty members also mentor students in research projects, internships, and field visits. With their guidance, students are well-prepared for a career in agriculture.

C.V Raman Global University provides students with state-of-the-art research and practical training facilities. The university has well-equipped laboratories for conducting research and experiments related to agriculture. The university also has a farm where students can gain hands-on experience in various agricultural practices. The farm is equipped with modern farming tools and equipment to ensure that students receive practical training that is up-to-date and relevant.

Program Educational Objectives (peo’s)

  • PEO1
    Graduates will be able to develop the conceptual and practical knowledge, skills and competency related to the various disciplines of agriculture and allied sciences.
  • PEO2
    Graduates will be agricultural professionals or experts who will help to solve technological as well as production problems in the agriculture and allied fields.
  • PEO3
    Graduates will be able to develop entrepreneurial skills, creativity and innovation in the field of agricultural science and related sectors.
  • PEO4
    Graduates will be able to develop professional skills with ethical and moral responsibilities in the workplace/society and contribute to the country's economic growth &development.
  • PEO5
    Graduates will have the opportunity to pursue higher education in agriculture or allied sectors.
  • PEO6
    Graduates will be engaged in independent and life-long learning in the ever changing agricultural production system or enterprise.

Program Outcomes (PO’s)

  • PO1
    Understanding-depth knowledge of agriculture and its allied fields.
  • PO2
    Apply professional agricultural solutions and demonstrate the knowledge and need for sustainable development.
  • PO3
    Deliver relevant extension services effectively by providing quality services and assistance to agriculture sectors.
  • PO4
    Identify various business opportunities and demonstrate scientific knowledge and skills of a prospective entrepreneur.
  • PO5
    Demonstrate legal and ethical practices impacting agriculture enterprises and exhibit an understanding of the ethical implications of decisions.
  • PO6
    Engage in critical thinking by analyzing the situations and communicating & work effectively in a team
  • PO7
    Develop the decision-making ability for the selection of higher studies in agriculture or allied fields.
  • PO8
    Practice lifelong learning using various skills to analyze, interpret and present relevant data and reports in the field of agriculture


Semester - 1

Sl.No.Course CodeTitle of CourseCredit Hours
1AGA101Fundamentals of Agronomy4(3+1)
2AGH102Fundamentals of Horticulture2 (1+1)
3AGB103Fundamentals of Plant Biochemistry and Biotechnology3(2+1)
4AGC104Fundamentals of Soil Science3(2+1)
5AGF105Introduction to Agro-forestry2 (1+1)
6AGX106Rural Sociology & Educational Psychology2 (2+0)
7ENG107Comprehension & Communication Skills in English2 (1+1)
Remedial Course
8AGA108Agriculture Heritage*1(1+0) *
9RB109/RM109Introductory Biology*/Elementary Mathematics*2 (1+1) /2(2+0) *
Non-Gradial Course
10AGX110Human Values & Ethics (non-gradial)1(1+0) **
11NSS111/NCC111/ PE111NSS/NCC/Physical Education & Yoga Practices**1(0+1) **
12CSE 1001Computer Programming (Non-gradial)1 (1+0)
* Remedial course; **NC: Non-gradial courses18(12+6 ) +1(R)+

Semester - 2

Sl.No.Course CodeTitle of CourseCredit Hours
1AGG 201Fundamentals of Genetics3(2+1)
2AGT 202Farm Machinery and Power2(1+1)
3AGA 203Introductory Agro-meteorology & Climate Change2(1+1)
4AGO 204Fundamentals of Crop Physiology3(2+1)
5AGE 205Fundamentals of Agricultural Economics2(2+0)
6AGP206Fundamentals of Plant Pathology3(2+1)
7AGI 207Fundamentals of Entomology4(3+1)
8AGX208Fundamentals of Agricultural Extension Education3(2+1)
9AGX209Communication Skills and Personality Development2(1+1)
10CS24351C++ & Objective Oriented Programming**1 (0+1)

Semester - 3

Sl.No.Course CodeTitle of CourseCredit Hours
1AGA301Crop Production Technology – I (Kharif Crops)2 (1+1)
2AGG302Fundamentals of Plant Breeding3 (2+1)
3AGE303Agricultural Finance and Cooperation3 (2+1)
4AGC304Agricultural Microbiology2(1+1)
5AGT305Soil water conservation Engineering2 (1+1)
6AGH306Production Technology for Vegetables and Spices3 (2 +1)
7AGC307Environmental Studies and Disaster Management3(2+1)
8AGM308Statistical Methods2(1+1)
9AGL 309Livestock and Poultry Management4 (3+1)

Semester - 4

Sl. No.Course CodeTitle of CourseCredit Hours
1AGA401Crop Production Technology –II (Rabi Crops)2(1+1)
2AGH402Production Technology for Ornamental Crops,MAP and Landscaping2(1+1)
3AGT403Renewable Energy and Green Technology2(1+1)
4AGC404Problematic Soils and their Management2(2+0)
5AGH405Production Technology for Fruit and Plantation Crops3(2+1)
6AGS406Principles of Seed Technology2(1+1)
7AGA407Farming System & Sustainable Agriculture1(1+0)
8AGE408Agricultural Marketing Trade & Prices3(2+1)
10AGN410Introductory Nematology2(1+1)
11Elective Course3 credits
Total21(13+9) +3cr.=24
ELECTIVE Courses (Any one course)
AGE411EAgribusiness Management3(2+1)
AGA413EWeed Management3(2+1)
AGH414EProtected Cultivation3(2+1)

Semester - 5

Sl. No.Course CodeTitle of CourseCredit Hours
1AGP 501Principles of Integrated Pest and Disease Management3(2+1)
2AGC 502Manures, Fertilizers and Soil Fertility Management3 (2+1)
3AGI 503Pests of Crops and Stored Grain and their Management3 (2+1)
4AGP 504Diseases of Field and Horticultural Crops and their Management -I3 (2+1)
5AGG 505Crop Improvement-I (Kharif Crops)2 (1+1)
6AGX 506Entrepreneurship Development and Business Communication2 (1+1)
7AGA 507Geoinformatics and Nano-technology for Precision Farming2 (1+1)
8AGR 508Practical Crop Production – I (Kharif crops)2 (0+2)
9AGG 509Intellectual Property Rights1(1+0)
10AGS 510Seed Quality testing1(0+1)
Elective Course3 credits
Total22(12+10) + 3 Credit=25
Elective Course (anyone)
11AGC 511 EBiopesticides & Biofertilizers3(2+1)
12AGA 512 EAgricultural Waste Management3(2+1)
13AGG 513 ECommercial Plant Breeding3(1+2)
14AGH 514 ELandscaping3(2+1)

Semester - 6

Sl.Course CodeTitle of CourseCredit Hours
1AGA601Rainfed Agriculture & Watershed Management2 (1+1)
2AGT 602Protected Cultivation and Secondary Agriculture2 (1+1)
3AGP 603Diseases of Field and Horticultural Crops and their Management-II3 (2+1)
4AGH604Post-harvest Management and Value Addition of Fruits and Vegetables2 (1+1)
5AGI 605Management of Beneficial Insects2 (1+1)
6AGG606Crop Improvement-II (Rabi crops)2 (1+1)
7AGR607Practical Crop Production –II (Rabi crops)2 (0+2)
8AGA608Principles of Organic Farming2 (1+1)
9AGE609Farm Management, Production & Resource Economics2 (1+1)
10FSN 610Principles of Food Science and Nutrition2(2+0)
Elective Course3 credits
Total21 (11 + 10) + 3 cr.=24
11AGH 601EHi-tech. Horticulture3(2+1)
12AGC 602ESoil, Plant, Water and Seed Testing3(1+2)
13AGB 603EMicro propagation Technologies3(2+1)

Semester - 7

Sl.No.Course codeTitleCredit hours
1Village Attachment/ Unit Attachment in Univ./ College KVK/ Research stations.AWE-7010+14
2Agro-Industrial AttachmentAWE-7020+6

Semester - 8

Sl. No.Title of CourseCredit Hours
1Experiential learning programme0+10
2Experiential learning programme0+10 20(0+20)
Experiential Learning Programme/ HOT (Hands on Training)
Sl. No.Course CodeTitle of CourseCredit Hours
1EL801Production Technology for Bio-agents and Bio-fertilizer0+10
2EL802Seed Production and Technology0+10
3EL803Mushroom Cultivation Technology0+10
4EL804Soil, Plant, Water and Seed Testing0+10
5EL805Commercial Horticulture0+10
6EL806Floriculture and Landscaping0+10
7EL807Agriculture Waste Management0+10
8EL808Organic Production Technology0+10
Total Course Credit0+20

Eligibility Criteria

B.Sc. in Agriculture

B.Sc. in Agriculture
The candidate must have passed his/her 10+2 level in Science from a recognized Board or University with minimum 60% marks in aggregate.
Qualifying subjects: Candidates must have passed his/her 10+2 level with Physics, Chemistry, MathematicsorBiologyassubjects

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Career path you can choose after the course

This course opens the door to many possible careers.
  • Agricultural Scientist
  • Farm Manager
  • Agri-Business Manager
  • Food Technologist
  • Extension Officer
  • Agricultural Consultant