Bachelor of Science, Agriculture

B.Sc. (Agriculture) is considered as a 'professional' degree by Government of India. The demand of trained professionals in Agriculture is very high. B.Sc. Agriculture graduates can find jobs in both public and private sectors.The Gazetted post of Government of India like Agricultural Officer (Agronomist) is one of the most prestigious jobs in public sector after B.Sc. Agriculture. . Agriculture is a source of employment for over 50% of the population.

Why Shivalik

Since India is an agrarian country, this field will never run out of job opportunities. To be honest, qualified professionals are always valued, when it comes to agriculture sector. Thus, it is evident that there is more than just one reason to pursue this course!

B.Sc. Agriculture program consists of topics such as- agriculture science, use of modern scientific equipment and techniques in agriculture, land surveying, soil science, water resource management, animal and poultry management, basics of biotechnology etc.

The main aim of this program is to use the above mentioned concepts to train students improve agriculture productivity, manage products and pave way for future developments through research activities.

Lots of Government as well as Private Job opportunities are present in front of Graduates. Talking about Government jobs, State Agriculture Departments recruits Graduates to fill up Officer level posts. Government Banks also recruits Graduates to fill up Officer level posts (generally dealing with Loans).

Talking about Private Sector jobs, graduates may find jobs as Managers at Plantations, as Officers at Fertilizer Manufacturing firms, Agriculture Machinery Industries, Agricultural Products Marketing firms, Food processing units etc.

Some well known job posts available in front of Graduates are-

  • Research Officer
  • Quality Assurance Officer
  • Agriculture Officer
  • Agriculture Loan Officer (in Banks)
  • Production Manager
  • Operations Manager
  • Farm Manager

One may also work as an autonomous consultant after gaining work experience in the above mentioned fields. After B.Sc. Agriculture, one may also go for M.Sc. Agriculture and take up a teaching job, or even go for PhDand build a career in the Research sector related with the field of Agriculture.

Course objective

B.Sc. Agriculture involves study of agriculture sciences and use of modern scientific equipment and techniques in agriculture, land surveying, soil science, water resource management, animal and poultry management, basics of biotechnology etc. The objective of the course is to use these concepts to train students to improve agricultural productivity.

Eligibility for the Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] (Agriculture)

The minimum qualification for entry to B.Sc. (Ag.) is Intermediate (12 years of school education) in Science (with Physics, Chemistry, Biology and/or Mathematics) or Intermediate in Agriculture stream (limited states). Depending on the university, the eligibility varies in terms of a combination of subjects. Eligibility criterion also varies for reserved categories as per the reservation guidelines of GOI.


4 years/ 8 Semesters


  • To establish Departmental Centre of Excellence in the field of sustainable agriculture to meet the needs.
  • Improving Quality of Agricultural Education through innovative approaches in teaching, research, outreach activities.
  • To become a center of excellence in the field of agriculture Committed to impact quality agriculture education.
  • To provide job opportunities in government as well as private sector.


  • College has provided several training practices in Sericulture, Apiculture, Mushroom production, and many more Agricultural field.
  • Visits, Field work, Practical classes are organized regularly.


  • National conference organized by Agricultural Department viz; Mushroom training, general awareness and development programs.
  • Numbers of students have been selected in Government training.
  • Conduction of beyond curriculum courses such as marketing in agriculture and various other activities related to agriculture.
  • ICARconducts several activities in which the college participates and are invited by ICAR viz; Farmer’s day.
  • Assessment, practical awareness, Field work activities.