Bachelor of Science in Agriculture (Hons.)

Bachelor of Science in Agriculture (Hons.)

4 years

BSc Agriculture (Hons.) is a four-year degree program in agriculture that equips graduates with a broad understanding of the subject and related fields, as well as expertise gained through carefully planned fieldwork and the understanding of fundamental concepts in disease, insect pests, weeds, and nutrient disorders to boost output. Agriculture refers to the science or art of farming, which includes the preparation of the land for plant growth and the raising of animals for food.

Agriculture encompasses the study of diverse farming techniques, the application of contemporary fertilizers to enhance crops, and the exploration of ways to advance the practice of agriculture with the aid of contemporary technology. The utilization of various technological factors for improving agriculture is covered in the Bachelor of Science in Agriculture (Honors) program of study. The degree program is crucial because the majority of people work in this field, and after successfully completing it, candidates have several employment options.



I.Sc (Science/Agriculture/Animal/Forestry), 10+2 Science/Agriculture or equivalent examination and secured English, Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, and Biology at least 50 (fifty percent) of the total marks,


Under Letter Grading System must have obtained 'C' CGPA/GPA or 2.0 in aggregate.

Job Prospects

Graduates with a BSc in agriculture can work in both the public and private sectors. Some of the job roles connected to the training include agriculture officer, assistant plantation manager, agricultural research scientist, agriculture development officer, agriculture technician, agriculturist, business development executive, marketing executive, etc.