Acharya N. G. Ranga Agricultural University

ఆచార్య ఎన్ జి రంగా వ్యవసాయ విశ్వవిద్యాలయం

Under Graduate

  •  

    Admission To Indian Students:

    The University offers various Under Graduate degree courses in the faculties of Agriculture, Agricultural Engineering & Technology and Community Science at its constituent colleges in State  of Andhra Pradesh  with Head Quarters at Lam, Guntur. The medium of instruction for all the Under Graduate Courses in English.

    Duration of the Programmes Min : 4 Years , Max : 7 Years (from the data of Admission)

    Criteria for admission: The students are admitted into all U.G courses except B.Sc. (Hons) Community Science based on their performance in the state level Common Entrance Test (EAMCET) conducted during the year of admission by the AP Sate Council of Higher Education, Government of Andhra Pradesh. In case of B.Sc. (Hons) Community Science, the eligibility criteria is a pass in two year intermediate Examination either M.P.C. or Bi.P.C.  Candidates holding three years Diploma in Home Science are also eligible. The University shall invite applications from eligible candidates through notification in some of the leading news papers generally in the month of June (G.O.Ms.No.184, dated 20-08-1993 of Education (E.C.2) Department).

    Age: The candidates for admission into First Year Under Graduate courses in the University shall be required to have completed 17 years of age as on 31st December of the year of admission with an upper age limit of 22 years for all the candidates, 25 years in case of SC and ST candidates and 27 years for Physically challenged.

    The eligible candidates shall be required to attend counseling in person perusing as per the notification in the News papers and be admitted to different U.G Programmes depending on their individual merit as determined by the rank' obtained in EAMCET following the presidential order (Regional allotment), the rule of reservation as per orders of the Government of Andhra Pradesh.

    Reservation of Seats

    Allocation of seats in favour of local candidates in relation to Local Area:

    Out of total intake, 15% of seats shall be Un- reserved (UR). For these seats any candidate from AU/SVU region can compete with intermediate marks of A.P. Candidates from Osmania University (OU) region (Telangana State), also are eligible to compete for these seats with intermediate marks of Telangana State.

    Admission to 85% of the seats, the seats shall be allocated in of 42 : 22 ratio in Andhra University and Sri Venkateswara University,   respectively among the candidates in relation to local area.

     

    Backwad Classes (BC) 29% of seats are reserved under this category. ( BC-A -7%; BC-B – 10%;  BC-C – 1%: BC-D – 7%; BC-E– 4 % ).

    Scheduled Caste (SC)  :   15%

    Scheduled Tribe (ST)  :    06%

    Other Reservations:

    1. Defence  Personnel (CAP)          -   2%
    2. National Cadet Corps. (NCC)   -    1%
    3. Games & Sports                          -  0.5%
    4. Differentially Abled (PH)           -    3%
    • 1% for Visually Handicapped
    • 1% for Hearing Impaired
    • 1% for Orthopedically Handicapped

    Reservation of Seats for Women : In each course, 331/3 % of the seats shall be reserved  in favour of women candidates from each category. (G.O.Ms. No. 75 / Edn., dated 13-3-1996 of Govt. of A.P.)

    Reservations for the candidates coming from families of Agriculturists cum Rural area:

    • Forty (40) per cent of the seats in B.Sc. (Hons) Agriculture, B.Tech. (Agricultural Engineering), and B.Tech. (Food Technology) courses are reserved for candidates coming from families of Agriculturists actually engaged in agriculture and owning not less than 1 acre of land and who have studied for a minimum of 4 years in schools located in Non-Municipal areas.
    • Candidates seeking admission under this category shall produce (i) a certificate in Form - I of application containing patta numbers and extent of land obtained from a Revenue Officer not below the rank of Mandal Revenue Officer of the Mandal Concerned or a certificate copy of Pattadar Pass Book issued by the Mandal Revenue Officer and (ii) also a Certificate in Form – II of Application from the Heads of Institutions that the candidate has studied for a minimum period of four years in Schools located in Non-Municipal areas during their period of study from 1st class to 12th class ( or Intermediate).
    • Form - I  and  Form - II  need to be filled in with the signatures of concerned officials viz., Mandal Revenue Officer / Tahsildar and concerned Head of Institution, respectively, along with office seal. Otherwise, the claim of the candidates under this category will be summarily rejected.

    Admission To Foreign Students

    The University encourages foreign students to seek admission into various undergraduate and postgraduate degree Programmes. Their application for admission should be routed through the Asst. Director General (HRD-II), Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR), Krishi Anusandhan Bhavan, New Delhi- 110012.

    The application should include complete details of academic record indicating courses studied, grades obtained, medium of instruction and research work conducted for the submission of a thesis/dissertation (incase of candidates seeking admission to postgraduate degree programmes only). The applications thus received are scrutinized and evaluated by the concerned department (faculty head) to determine the eligibility of the candidate for admission.

    Students applying for admission to Ph.D degree programme, should obtain a valid Research Visa from the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India.

    The fee payable by foreign Students admitted to Any UG or PG degree programme should pay institutional fee of US $ 4000 / US$2000 for SAARC Countries annually in addition to the normal fees payable by the Indian Students.
    Excellent amenities are available for foreign students like International Hostel, Internet Facility, Digital Library etc.


  • THE INTAKE OF SEATS VARIOUS UNDER GRADUATE COURSES IN ANGRAU

     

    Courses

    Intake

    B.Sc (Hons) Agriculture

    560

    B.Tech.(Food Technology)

    70

    B.Tech.(Agricultural Engineering) 

    110

    B.Sc.(Hons.) Community Science

    83

    Note (i): ICAR quota: 15% seats on total intake will be filled by ICAR through All India      Entrance Examination.
    Note (ii):

    B.Sc. (Hons) Agriculture:

    (i)      20% Supernumerary seats on total intake for candidates with Diploma in Agriculture / Seed Technology / Organic Farming through AGRICET.
    (ii)      A total 6% of seats are allotted to in-service candidates, out of which 5% are allotted to in-service AEOs from Agriculture Department and 1% for AEOs working in the University.

    B.Tech. (Agricultural Engineering): 15% Supernumerary seats on total intake will be allotted to candidates with Diploma in Agricultural Engineering and Technology through AGRIENGGCET.
    B.Sc. (Hons) Community Science: 10% Supernumerary seats on total intake will be allotted to  candidates with three years Diploma in Home Science.

  •          Evaluation of  student, examinations and  grades

    • The evaluation of the student in a course shall be based on his/her performance in various kinds of  exanimations, records, class work and other types of exercises.
    • The detailed course outlines in each course shall be prepared by the concerned teacher (S) in consultation with the University Head of the Department/Head of the Department, which will be made available to the students during the first week of the semester. A schedule of the mid-semester examinations of the academic programme shall be prepared by the Associate Dean and notified to the students at the beginning of each semester.
    • In affiliated colleges, the  mid-semester examination in each course shall be conducted by the University.
    • Answer scripts  of mid-semester examinations shall be evaluated by the concerned course teacher ( in affiliated colleges also) and shall be shown to the students. The students shall have the option to request the teacher for clarification of any doubts in scoring, provided that such clarification is requested for when the answer scripts are made available to them. This, shall not apply for final examinations.

    Mid-semester examinations

    •  There shall be one mid-semester examination to be conducted by the teacher offering the course after 50% of the working days are over in a semester. The duration for midsemester examination shall be for one and half hours.
    • The marks allotted for mid-semester and semester final theory examinations shall be 50 and 100, respectively. ordinarily no condonation for absence of mid-semester examination shall be given. However, if a student is genuinely prevented from takang examination as in the case of serious illness or accident or any other case, a special reexamination may be arranged by the concerned teacher in consultation with the Head of the department. This repeat examination shall be held within two weeks from the date of examinations so missed, and shall be a common examination for all such students.
    •  Unless a student appears for the mid-semester examination he/she shall not be permitted to appear for the semester final theory and practical examinations in the course concerned.
    • The regular mid-semester examination and the special re-examination shall be conducted as per the time to be fixed by the Associate Dean.

    Semester final examinations

    • The semester final examinations shall be held at the end of each semester in each course. The semester final examination in the theory portion shall be of two and half hours duration. lt shall be the responsibility of the university to conduct the theory portion of semester final examination.
    • Practical examinations shall be conducted by the respective colleges. ln affiliated colleges, the final practical examination shall be conducted and evaluated by the - nominated teacher from University college.

     

  • Fee to be paid by each candidate at the time of admission for first semester)

    Particulars

    B.Sc.(Hons) Agriculture /
    B.Tech.(Agricultural Engineering)
    Rs.

    B.Tech.(Food Technology) /
    B.Sc. (Hons) Community Science
    Rs.

    Tuition Fee

    4,500

    4,500

    Other Special Fee

    7,650

    8,250

    Library Deposit
    (Refundable)

    1,200

    1,200

    Laboratory Deposit
    (Refundable)

    1,200

    1,200

    Hostel Deposit
    (Refundable)

    4,500

    4,500

    Mess Advance
    (Refundable)

    4,500

    4,500

    Hostel Establishment Charges

    3,600

    3,600

    Hostel Room Rent

    1,200

    1,200

    Seat cancellation fee

    2,600 (1,300 for SC/ST/PH)

    There shall be a marginal increase of 10% in the fee structure every year as approved by the Academic council of the University from time to time.

    Hostel facilities are available for both boys and girls on first come first basis at each campus

Post Graduate

  • Candidates seeking admission into any of the following Master's Degree courses must have passed the relevant Bachelor's Degree examination specified against each course from the Acharya N.G. Ranga Agricultural University or from any State Agricultural University (SAU) or Central Agricultural University (CAU).

    List of the PG Courses offered and eligibility criteria

    S. No.

    Major Subject Group / Code No.

    Admission into Discipline

    Eligibility Qualification

    M.Sc. (Agriculture)

    1.  

    01- Plant Biotechnology

    • Molecular Biology & Biotechnology

    B. Sc. (Agriculture) / B. Sc. (Horticulture) /  B. Sc. (Sericulture)  / B. Sc. (Forestry) / B. Sc. (Hons) Agriculture of 4 years  duration.

    • Crop Physiology

    B. Sc. (Ag.) / B. Sc. (Hons) Agriculture of 4 years duration

    1.  

    02- Plant Sciences

    • Genetics & Plant Breeding
    • Plant Pathology
    • Seed Science & Technology
    • Agricultural Microbiology

    B. Sc. (Ag.) / B. Sc. (Hons) Agriculture of 4 years duration

    1.  

    03- Physical  

           Sciences

    • Soil Science

    B. Sc. (Ag.) / B. Sc. (Hons) Agriculture of 4 years duration

    • Environmental Sciences

    B. Sc. (Ag.) / B. Sc. (Horticulture) / B. Sc. (Forestry) B. Sc. (Hons) Agriculture of 4 years duration.

    1.  

    04-Entomology & Nematology

    • Entomology

    B. Sc. (Ag.) / B. Sc. (Hons) Agriculture of 4 years duration

    1.  

    05- Agronomy

    • Agronomy
    • Agronomy (Water Management)

    B. Sc. (Ag.) / B. Sc. (Hons) Agriculture of 4 years duration

    1.  

    06- Social Sciences

    • Agricultural Economics

     

    B. Sc. (Ag.) / B. Sc. (Hons) Agriculture / B. Sc. (CA&BM) of 4 years duration

    • Agricultural Extension

    B. Sc. (Ag.) / B. Sc. (Hons) Agriculture of 4 years duration

    1.  

    07- Statistical Sciences

    • Agricultural Statistics

    B. Sc. (Ag.) / B. Sc. (Hons) Agriculture of 4 years duration

    MBA (Agri Business Management)

    8

    20 - Agri Business Management

    • MBA (Agri Business Management)

    B. Sc. (Ag.) / B. Sc. (Hort.) / B. Sc. (Hons) Agriculture / B. Tech. (Ag. Engg.) / B. Tech. (Hons) Ag. Engg. or B. V. Sc. & A. H. /  B. F. Sc. / B. H. Sc. / B. Sc. (Hons) Community Science /  B. Tech. (Dairying) /  B. Tech. (Food Technology) / B. Sc. (Food Science & Technology) /  B. Sc.(CA&BM) of 4 years duration

    M. Tech. (Agril. Engineering)

    9.

    10 – Agricultural Engineering & Technology

    • Soil & Water Engineering
    • Processing & Food Engineering
    • Farm Machinery & Power Engineering

    B. Tech.  (Ag. Engg.) / B. Tech.) (Hons) Ag. Engg. / B. Tech. (FST) / B. Tech. (Hons) FST of 4 years duration.

     

     

     

    M. Sc. (Home Science) (for Women only)

    10.

    12 – Home Science

    • Foods & Nutrition,
    • Human Development & Family Studies,
    • Family Resource Management,
    • Home Science Extension and Communication Management

    B. Sc. (Home Science) / B. Sc. (Hons.) Home Science / B. Sc. (Hons.) Community Science of 4 years duration.


     
    1. List of Ph D courses offered and eligibility criteria

    S. No.

    Major Subject Group / Code No.

    Admission into Discipline

    Eligibility Criteria

    Ph. D. (Agriculture)

    1.  

    01- Crop Sciences-I

    • Genetics & Plant Breeding

    Masters degree in the same discipline / Seed Science and Technology

    1.  

    02- Crop Sciences -II

    • Plant Pathology

    Masters degree in the same discipline

    • Entomology

    Masters degree in the same discipline

    1.  

    03 – Crop Sciences -III

    • Crop Physiology

    Masters degree in the same discipline

    • Molecular Biology & Biotechnology

    Masters degree in the same discipline

    • Agricultural Microbiology

    Masters degree in the same discipline

    1.  

    13- Natural Resource Management-II

    • Agronomy

    Masters degree in the same discipline / Agronomy (Water Management)

    • Soil Science

    Masters degree in the same discipline

    1.  

    14- Agricultural Economics

    • Agricultural Economics

    Masters degree in the same discipline

    1.  

    15- Agricultural Extension

    • Agricultural Extension

    Masters degree in the same discipline

    1.  

    19- Agricultural Statistics

    • Agricultural Statistics

    Masters degree in the same discipline

    Ph. D. (Agril. Engineering)

    7.

    07 – Agricultural Engineering & Technology

    • Soil & Water Engineering,
    • Processing & Food Engineering
    • Farm Machinery & Power Engineering

    Masters degree in the same discipline

     

    Ph. D. (Home Science) (for Women only)

    8.

    10 – Home Science

    • Foods & Nutrition,
    • Human Development & Family Studies

    Masters degree in the same disciplines


     

     

     

    Admission Procedure

    From the academic year 2019-20 onwards, the admission into Master’s and Doctoral courses are given considering the marks / rank obtained in ICAR’s All Indian Entrance Examination (AIEEA) / ICAR’s All India Competitive Examination (AICE) and also previous academic performance. The student applied for a subject group has to produce rank card in that subject group only. The weightage of the academic performance and AIEEA / AICE (ICAR)   rank card / marks for admission is as follows;

    For Masters Programme Admission: The selection shall be based on the previous academic record at Under Graduate level and performance in AIEEA (ICAR) test and the weightage would be in the ratio of 30:70.

    In case of MBA (ABM), the weightage will be 30:70 i.e., previous academic record and performance in AIEEA test, group discussion & interview (70%) respectively. Again, the 70% weightage is further distributed among, the AIEEA test performance, group discussion and interview as 80:10:10 duly reducing to 70 per cent.

    For Doctoral Programme Admission: The selection shall be based on the previous academic record at Under Graduate level, Post Graduate level, AICE (ICAR) test and interview and would be in the ratio of 10:30:50:10.

    Qualifying Marks: As per AIEEA / AICE (ICAR) rules, the candidate qualified and secured rank card in AIEEA / AICE (ICAR) are eligible for admission into Masters Degree and Doctoral Degree, respectively.

    In case of a tie, the candidates who secure more marks at previous qualification shall be preferred. In case of a further tie, the marks obtained at B. Sc. level shall be considered. For further tie breaking, date of birth shall be considered and older candidates shall be preferred.

    Note: Only women candidates are eligible for M. Sc. (Home Science) & Ph.D. (Home Science) courses.

    Weightage as indicated below will be given subject to a maximum of 5 marks on production of certificates for achievements in NCC / NSS / Sports / Games / Cultural / Literary activities at B.Sc. level:

    International level - 3 marks,  Inter State Level - 2 marks, Inter University Level -1 mark

    The admission shall be on the basis of web counselling for Masters Degree Programme. The merit list of eligible candidates within the subject groups will be prepared and counselling will be conducted tentatively during last week of November, 2020. The candidates are advised to visit the University website for regular updates. The counselling will be held at the Meeting Hall, Advanced Post-Graduate Centre, Lam, Guntur. The selected candidates shall submit the necessary certificates in original, pay the prescribed fee and secure the admission at the allotted colleges. Failure to do so entails forfeiture of claim for seat. For Doctoral degree programmes, seats will be filled and displayed after preparation of merit list within the subject groups duly following the regional, social and rule of reservation as per Government Orders. The date of registration will be intimated in due course of time. Candidates are advised to visit the University website for Latest Updates.

    Rule of reservations

    A.Reservation of seats in favour of Local / Non Local candidates:

    (In accordance with the A. P. Educational Institutions (Regulation of Admissions) Order, 1974.)

    (i)   After bifurcation of the A.P State, a new University for the Telangana State was formed as Professor Jayashankar Telangana State Agricultural University (PJTSAU). The total no. of seats approved for the combined University ANGRAU were divided in the ratio of 64% (42% for AU, 22% SVU) and 36% (for OU) for ANGRAU and PJTSAU, respectively duly following the provisions under the article 371D. Admission to 85% of the total allotted seats  shall be reserved in favour of and allocated among the local candidates in relation to the local area in respect of the Andhra University & Nagarjuna University and Sri Venkateswara University in the ratio of 42:22 respectively.

    (ii)   Among the seats allotted to respective states, the local seats (85%) will be filled by the respective Universities of the respective States through their admission procedure. The remaining 15% of unreserved (non-local) seats of respective Universities will be filled in open competition.

    (iii)   While determining the number of seats to be reserved in favour of the local candidates under Sub-Para (i) any fraction of a seat shall be counted as one provided that there shall be at least one unreserved seat.

    (iv) While allocating under Sub-Para (i) the reserved seats among the local candidates in relation to the different local areas, frac­tion of a seat shall be adjusted by counting the greatest frac­tion as one and if necessary also the greater of the remaining fractions as another, and where the fraction to be so counted cannot be selected by reason of the fractions being equal, the selection shall be by lot, provided that there shall be at least one seat allocated for local candidates in respect of each local area.

    (v)   If a local candidate in respect of a local area is not available to fill any seat reserved or allocated in favour of a local candidate in respect of local area, such seat shall be filled as if it had not been reserved.

    Local Candidates:

    1.    A candidate for admission to any course of study shall be regard­ed as a local candidate in relation to a local area:

    a)    If he has studied in an educational institution or educational institutions in such local area for a period of  not less than four consecutive academic years ending with the academic year in which he appeared, or as the case may be, first appeared in the relevant qualifying examination:  OR

    b)    Where, during the whole or any part of the four consecutive academic years ending with the academic year in which he appeared or, as the case may be, first appeared for the relevant qualify­ing examination, he has not studied in any educational institu­tion, if he has resided in that local area for a period of not less than four years immediately preceding the date of commence­ment of the relevant qualifying examination in which he appeared or, as the case may be, first appeared.

    2.    A candidate for admission to any course of study who is not regarded as a local candidate under sub-paragraph (1) in relation to any local area shall:

    a)    If he has studied in educational institutions in the State for a period of not less than seven consecutive academic years ending with the academic year in which he appeared or, as the case maybe, first appeared for the relevant qualifying examination be regarded as a local candidate in relation to;

    i) Such local area where he has studied for the maximum period out of the said period of seven years;                                                          OR

    ii) Where the periods of his study in two or more local areas are equal, such local area where he has studied last in such equal periods:

    OR

    b)    If, during the whole or any part of the seven consecutive acade­mic years ending with the academic year in which he appeared or as the case may be, first appeared for the relevant qualifying examination, he has not studied in the educational institutions in any local area, but has resided in the State during the whole of the said period of seven years, be regarded as a local can­didate in relation to:

    1. Such local area where he has resided for the maximum period out of the said period of seven years;                  

    OR

    ii)    Where the periods of his residence in two or more local areas are equal, such local area where he has resided last in such equal periods.

    Explanation: For the purpose of this paragraph.

    i)     "Educational Institution" means a University or any educational institutions recognised by the State Government or a University or other competent authority;

    ii)     "Relevant Qualifying Examination" in relation to admission to any course of study, means the examination a pass in which is minimum educational qualification of admission to such course of study:

    iii)      In reckoning the consecutive academic years during which a can­didate has studied, any period of interruption of his study by reason of his failure to pass any examination shall be disregard­ed.  Any period of his study in a State wide University or a State-wide Educational Institution shall also be disregarded:

    iv)    The question whether any candidate for admission to any course of study has resided in any local area shall be determined with reference to the places where the candidate actually resided and not with reference to the residence of his parent or other guard­ian.

    Local Area:

    The part of the State comprising the districts of Srikakulam, Vizianagaram, Visakhapatnam, West Godavari, East Godavari, Krishna, Guntur and Prakasam shall be regarded as the local area in respect of the Andhra University / Nagarjuna University. The part of the State comprising the districts of Anantapuramu, YSR Kadapa, Kurnool, Chittor and Sri Potti Sreeramulu Nellore shall be regarded as the local area in respect of Sri Venkateswara University.

    (i)

    Andhra University Area

    1.

    Srikakulam, Viziayanagaram & Visakhapatnam Districts

    Agricultural College, Naira

     

    2.

    East Godavari, West Godavari, Krishna, Guntur & Prakasam Districts

    Agricultural College, Bapatla

    (ii.)

    S.V. University Area

    1.

    Chittoor, YSR Kadapa and Sri Potti Sreeramulu Nellore Districts

    S.V. Agricultural College, Tirupati

    2.

    Anantapuramu and Kurnool Districts

    Agricultural College, Mahanandi

     

    B.    The following categories of candidates will be considered against the 15% of the available seats left unreserved.

    1.   All candidates belonging to Andhra Pradesh and Telangana States.
    2.   Candidates who have resided in the State for a total period of ten years excluding periods of study outside the State or either of whose parents have resided in the State for a total period of ten years excluding period of employment outside the State;

    c)    Candidates who are children of parents who are in the employment of this State or Central Government, Public Sector, Corporations, Local Bodies, Universities and similar other Quasi- Government Institutions within the State.

    d)    Candidates who are spouses of those in the employment  of the State or  Central Government, Public Sector, Corporations, Local Bodies, Universities and similar other Quasi-Government Institu­tions with in the state.

    1. Candidates who are employees in the State, Central Government undertakings, Public Sector Corporations, Local Bodies, Universi­ties and other similar Quasi-public Institutions with in the state.
    1. Reservation for S.C.,S.T., and B.C. candidates: 15%, 6% and 29% of the seats in each course of     study in each faculty shall be  reserved for the candidates belonging to SCs, STs and BCs respec­tively.
    2. Reservation for differently abled candidates: 3% seats in each course are reserved as per the Govt. norms.
    3. Reservation for Economically Weaker Sections of citizens other than the SC, ST & BC: 10% reservations in admissions (supernumerary) are provided.

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    Note:

    • State means Andhra Pradesh
    • In the case of candidates who passed  B. Sc.(Ag.) / B. Sc.(Hort.) / B. Sc. (Home Science) / B. Tech. (Dairy­ing / B. Sc.(Dairy Technology) / B. V. Sc. Degree etc. from A.N.G.R. Agricultural Uni­versity (formerly A.P. Agricultural University), only the period of study prior to joining the University will be reckoned for determining the Local / Non-local status of the candidate.

      Admission to Foreign Students

    The University encourages foreign students to seek admission into various postgraduate degree Programmes. Their application for admission should be routed through the Asst. Director General (HRD-II), Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR), Krishi Anusandhan Bhavan, New Delhi- 110012.

    The application should include complete details of academic record indicating courses studied, grades obtained, medium of instruction and research work conducted for the submission of a thesis/dissertation. The applications thus received are scrutinized and evaluated by the concerned department (faculty head) to determine the eligibility of the candidate for admission. Students applying for admission to Ph. D. degree programme, should obtain a valid Research Visa from the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India.

    The fee payable by foreign Students admitted to any PG degree programme should pay institutional fee of US $ 4000 / US$2000 for SAARC Countries annually in addition to the normal fees payable by the Indian Students.

     

  • Courses Offered and Intake of Students

    Courses Offered and Intake of Students in Masters Programme for the Academic Year 2020-21

    Masters Programme

    Group Code

    Major Subject Group

    MAJOR FIELD
    (CODE)

    No. of Seats (AY 2020-21)

    Campus
    Agricultural College

    Regular

    EWS (10%)

    Total

    Bapatla

    Tirupati

    Naira

    Mahanandi

    Guntur

    Faculty of Agriculture

    1

    Plant Sciences

    Genetics & Plant Breeding (GP)

    20

    2

    22

    12

    7

    -

    3

    -

    Plant Pathology (PL PATH)

    8

    1

    9

    5

    4

    -

    -

    -

    Seed Science & Technology (SST)

    4

    -

    4

    -

    -

    -

    -

    4

    Agricultural Microbiology (MICRO)

    3

    1

    4

    -

    -

    -

    -

    4

    2

    Physical Sciences

    Soil Science (SOILS)

    10

    1

    11

    6

    5

    -

    -

    -

    Environmental Sciences (EST)

    3

    -

    3

    -

    -

    -

    -

    3

    3

    Plant Biotechnology

    Molecular Biology & Biotechnology (MBB)

    5

    1

    6

    -

    3

    -

    -

    3

    Crop Physiology (CP)

    6

    -

    6

    3

    3

    -

    -

    -

    4

    Entomology & Nematology

    Entomology (ENT)

    13

    1

    14

    6

    5

    3

    -

    -

    5

    Agronomy

    Agronomy (AGRON)

    19

    2

    21

    9

    6

    3

    3

    -

    Agronomy (Water Management) (AWM)

    3

    -

    3

    -

    -

    -

    -

    3

    6

    Social Sciences

    Agricultural Economics (AGECON)

    8

    1

    9

    5

    4

    -

    -

    -

    Agricultural Extension (EXT)

    6

    1

    7

    4

    3

    -

    -

    -

    7

    Statistical Sciences

    Agricultural Statistics (STAT)

    4

    -

    4

    2

    2

    -

    -

    -

       

    Total

    112

    11

    123

     

     

     

     

     

    10

    Agricultural Engineering & Technology

    Soil and Water Engineering (SWE)

    5

    1

    6

    Dr. NTR College of Agricultural Engineering, Bapatla

    Process and Food Engineering (APF)

    5

    -

    5*

    Farm Machinery and Power (FMP)

    3

    -

    3

       

    Total

    13

    1

    14

     

    *Two seats in process and Food Engineering are reserved for students of B.Tech (Food Technology)

    12

    Home Science

    Foods & Nutrition (F&N)

    5

    1

    6

    APGC, Lam

    Human Development & Family Studies (HDFS)

    3

    -

    3

    Family Resource Management (FRM)

    2

    -

    2

    Home Science Extension and Communication Management (HECM)

    2

    -

    2

       

    Total

    12

    1

    13

     

    20

    Agribusiness Management

    Agribusiness Management (ABM)

    16

    2

    18

    IABM, S.V. Agricultural College, Tirupati

     

    Intake of Students in Ph. D. Courses for the Academic Year 2020-21

     

    Group Code

    Major Subject Group

    Major Field

    No. of Seats
    (AY 2020-21)

    Campus

    Regular

    EWS 10%)

    Total

    Bapatla

    Tirupati

    Guntur

    Faculty of Agriculture

     

     

     

     

     

    01

    Crop Sciences -1

    • Genetics & Plant Breeding

    6

    1

    7

    4

    3

    -

    02

    Crop Sciences -2

    • Plant Pathology

    3

    1

    4

    2

    2

    -

    • Entomology

    3

    -

    3

    -

    3

    -

    03

    Crop Sciences -3

    • Crop Physiology

    2

    -

    2

    2

    -

    -

    • Molecular Biology & Biotechnology

    3

    -

    3

    -

    3

    -

    • Agricultural Microbiology

    1

    -

     

    -

    -

    1

    13

    NRM-2

    • Agronomy

    4

    1

    5

    3

    2

    -

    • Soil Science

    3

    -

    3

    -

    3

    -

    14

    Agricultural Economics

    • Agricultural Economics

    3

    -

    3

    3

    -

    -

    15

    Agricultural Extension

    • Agricultural Extension

    3

    -

    3

    -

    3

    -

    19

    Agricultural Statistics

    • Agricultural Statistics

    2

    -

    2

    2

    -

    -

     

     

    Total

    33

    3

    36

     

     

     

    Faculty of Agricultural Engineering & Technology

     

     

    07

    Agricultural Engineering & Technology

    Soil and Water Engineering

    1

    -

    1

    CAE, BPT

    Process and Food Engineering

    1

    -

    1

    Farm Machinery and Power

    2

    -

    2

     

     

    Total

    4

    -

    4

     

     

    Faculty of Home Science

     

     

    10

    Home Science

    Foods & Nutrition

    1

    -

    1

    APGC, Lam

    Human Development & Family Studies

    1

    -

    1

     

     

    Total

    2

     

    2

     

     

     

Doctoral Degree

  • Selection of candidates for admission to Ph.D. courses shall be made by a Selection Committee constituted by the Vice-Chancellor. The candidates should appear for entrance test and interview at specified places at Bapatla, Guntur (District) at their own expenses.
    QUALIFICATIONS: Master of Science or an equivalent examination in Agriculture or Home Science/ (or) Agricultural Engineering, as the case may be, in the concerned field of specialisation atleast with 50% marks in the aggregate under traditional system of examination or an OGPA of 3.25 or above in 4.00 point scale or OGPA of 7.50 or above in 10.00 point scale in grade point system. In the case of SC and ST candidates, a pass in the Degree of Master of Science in Agriculture or Home Science as the case may be under traditional system or OGPA of 3.00 out of 4.00 or 7.00 out of 10.00 under Grade Point system is sufficient. The Basic Degree i.e., B.Sc.(Ag.)/ B.Sc.(Home Science)/ B.H.Sc.(Rural) / B.Tech.(Ag. Engg. & Tech.) of 4 years duration

    • Candidates belonging to Andhra Pradesh are admitted to Master's degree programmes based on their performance in an Entrance Examination conducted separately for Agriculture, Home Science and their previous academic record. Based on their performance in the entrance examination, candidates are allotted to different disciplines within a faculty.
    • Twenty five percent (25%) of the seats in Mastersdegree courses are reserved for candidates belonging to other states. The selection of these candidates is based on the All India Entrance Examination conducted by the Indian Council of Agriculture Research (ICAR), New Delhi, Notification may be issued around March and examination conducted in May - June every year.
    • Post-Graduate courses leading to Masters Degree are offered in 15 disciplines in Agriculture and 4 in Home Science and 4 in Agricultural Engineering. Doctoral Degree programmes are available in
      10 disciplines in Agriculture, 2 disciplines in Home Science and 3 in Agricultural Engineering.
      In addition, inter-faculty Master degree programmes are being offered in MBA(Agribusiness Management), Consequent to the establishment of Sri Venkateswara Veterinary University at Tirupati in 2005 the teaching, research and extension programmes pertaining to Veterinary Science, Dairying and Fishery Science have been transferred to the new University.

    The intake for different PG / Ph.D. courses are as follows:

    Course

    Intake

    M. Sc. (Ag) - 15 Disciplines

    122

    M. Sc. (Home Sci.) - 4 Disciplines

    12

    M.Tech.(Agril. Engg.) - 4 Disciplines

    16

    M.Tech.(Food Technology) - 1 Discipline

    03

    Ph. D. Agriculture - 10 Disciplines

    37

    Ph. D. Home Science - 2 Disciplines

    02

    Ph.D. (Agril. Engg. & Tech.) - 3 Disciplines

    04

    Inter Faculty Courses

    MBA(Agribusiness Management)

    16

     

  • Regulations Under Construction

  •                  The    following     fee    are    payable   by    the    candidates   selected    for    admission    into

    M.Sc. & Ph.D. level Courses admitted during the Academic Year 2018-19 and also to all earlier admitted batch students.

    S.No.

    Fee Particulars

    Amount

     

     

     

    (Rs.)

    UNIVERSITY FUNDS

    1.

    Admission Fee (at the time of admission)

    590/-

    2.

    Identity Card (at the time of admission)

    160/-

    3.

    Registration Fee (per semester)

     

    530/-

    4.

    Tuition Fee (per semester)  All P.G. & Ph.D. Courses

    5140/-

    5.

    Library Fee (per semester)

     

    740/-

    6.

    Laboratory Fee (per semester)

     

    2200/-

    7.

    Medical Fee (per semester)

     

    220/-

    8.

    Inter College / Inter University Sports, Games & Cultural meet fee

    980/-

     

    (per annum)

     

     

    9.

    Seat Cancellation Fee (including ICAR) –  for General

    2350/-

     

    -for SC / ST / PH

    1180/-

    10.

    Academic Regulation & Course Catalogue

    230/-

    (at the time of admission)

     

     

     

    NON - UNIVERSITY FEE

     

     

    11.

    Hostel Room Rent (per semester / per head)

    1200/-

    12.

    Sports & Games Fee (per semester)

     

    450/-

    13.

    Hostel Establishment Charges  (per head / per month)

    670/-

    14.

    Examination fee including stationary (per semester)

    1330/-

    15.

    College Magazine and student activities

    (per annum)

    670/-

    16.

    Student Health Care Scheme (per annum)

    490/-

    17.

    Student Welfare Fund (only at the time of admission)

    220/-

    18.

    Alumni Fund (in the final semester of study)

    670/-

     

    OTHER FEE (REFUNDABLE):

     

     

    19.

    Library Deposit at the time of Admission  (Refundable)

    1460/-

    20.

    Laboratory Deposit at the time of Admission(Refundable)

    1460/-

    21.

    Hostel Deposit at the time of Admission

    (Refundable)

    4850/-

    22.

    Mess Deposit at the time of Admission

    (Refundable)

    4850/-

    OTHER CERTIFICATE FEE

     

    23.

    Thesis Guidelines

     

    70/-

     

    Thesis Evaluation Fee for P.G. Students

    1690/-

     

    (in the final semester of study)

     

    24.

     

     

    Thesis Evaluation Fee for Ph.D. Students

    5000/-

     

     

    (in the final semester of study)

     

     

    25.

    Transcript of Academic Record - cum – Provisional

     

    530/-

    Degree Certificate   ( TARPC)

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    26.

    Migration Certificate

     

     

    230/-

    Note: Other fee for the remaining certificates etc. Shall be common for both UG, PG & Ph.D. Courses (Annexure-II).

    The selected candidates has to pay the entire fee (Approximately Rs.29,000/-) at the time admission on the day of counselling itself.

Polytechnics

  •    

    Faculty

    Diploma

    Duration ( Years)

    Minimum qualifications required for admission

    Agriculture

    Diploma in Agriculture

    2 Years

    S.S.C ( 10th Class)

    Agricultural  Engineering & Technology

    Diploma in Agricultural Engineering

    3 Years

    S.S.C ( 10th Class)

    Agriculture

    (Organic Farming )  

    Diploma in Agriculture (Organic Farming)

    2 Years

    S.S.C ( 10th Class)

    Agriculture

    (Seed Technology)

    Diploma in Agriculture

    ( Seed Technology)

    2 Years

    S.S.C ( 10th Class)

     

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  • Regulations Under Construction

  • Fee structure Under Construction

  • Academic calendar Under Construction

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