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Madhesh Agricultural University

Rajbiraj, Saptari

The Madhesh Agricultural University (MAU) was founded in Rajbiraj, Saptari, Madhesh Province of Nepal on December 13, 2021 (Mangsir 27, 2078). MAU was established to be a leading institution for higher education, agricultural research, and outreach. This is the first autonomous agricultural university in the Madhesh Province, created as the Madhesh Agricultural University ACt 2079 by the Madhesh Province Parliament.

MAU's mandate is to develop adoptable and appropriate new technologies for the Madhesh province and the country at large, as well as competent people resources through agricultural education, research, and extension. The institution is also involved in identifying and resolving the province's agrarian concerns.

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Main Aim of Madhesh Agricultural University

The main aim of the university is to produce high academic and skilled human resource in the agriculture sector for the improvement of the social and economic status of the people through modernisation and transformation of agriculture. 


The vision of Madhesh Agricultural University is to achieve excellence as a prime university committed to contributing province and nations's need through quality agricultural education, innovative research, and need-based extension in the agriculture sector.


The University's mission is to provide quality education to the graduates for the improvement and development in agriculture, livestock, fishery, food technology, forestry ad allied disciplines, and equip students with knowledge, skills, positive attitude ad values.


The University's objective is to produce skilled graduates to promote quality education, research, and development in agriculture.


  • To adapt agricultural education to the ambitions of the farming community in particular as well as the expanding and changing requirements of society as a whole.
  • To create an innovative system of agricultural education that will prepare knowledgeable workers to take on difficult duties in rapidly developing fields of research, extension, and agro-based industry.


  • To create appropriate and practical solutions for farmers' challenges, such as those involving animal husbandry, fisheries, food science, and technology directed at conceptual advancements in all areas of agriculture for long-term technology development.
  • Establishing cutting-edge infrastructure, such as fully-stocked labs, sizable, carefully managed farmlands, and a functional research management system, will assure prompt, efficient, and affordable implementation of the research programs.


  • To make certain that the research results and innovations, after being successfully demonstrated, are shared with the farmers in a logistically practical manner. By serving as a conduit between farmers and academics, this mechanism makes it possible to spot issues through positive feedback.
  • To provide knowledge and technology to farmers on a larger scale by educating local government employees, officers, and agriculturalists from the federal, provincial, and local governments on the most recent developments in their respective fields of crop improvement, horticulture, livestock, fishery, and food science.