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Faculty of Agriculture and Allied Sciences

Agriculture and Allied Sciences - United University Faculty of Agriculture and Allied Sciences is another applied discipline of higher education that aims to focus on all those areas of Agriculture and Natural Resources that need informative, formative, persuasive and holistic roles of humans blended with scientific and technological research.

Courses offered under this faculty have been proved to be the largest decision-oriented and problem-solving courses that involve technological intervention and its practice with Science and Human Capital addressing the desired changes and developments in the environment, health, agriculture, home economics, small industries and energy. Faculty of Agriculture and Allied Sciences at United University encourages proactive approach towards extension of rural development activities.

Programs offered

Labs and Workshop

  •  Agricultural Labs and Smart Classrooms
  •  Hi-Tech Nursery and Crop Cafeteria with Poly House, Drip Irrigation system and Mist Chamber
  •  Advanced equipments like RT PCR, PCR, Spectrophotometer (U-V), Flame Photometer, Fluorescence Microscope, Binocular Microscope, Compound Microscope, Automatic Seed/Grain Counter, pH meter, Hot Air Oven, BOD Incubator, EC Meter Autoclave, Automatic Seed/Grain Counter, Micro Kjeldahl Digestion & Distillation apparatus
  •  Well established Crop Museum for the identification of Crops, Seed, Weed & Agro-chemicals and Crop demonstration field
  •  Well equipped Research Farm with advanced agricultural equipments like Transplanter, Zero Tillage, Seed Drill, Working Models of MB Plough, Disk Plough and Indigenous Plough, Self-recording rain gauge, Sunshine recorder for field work and other agricultural activities.
  •  Facilities of Dairy and Poultry Units

Career Prospects

Careers in Agriculture make up one of the largest industries and sources of long-term employment in the country supplying us with a multitude of food products and alternative energies, among many other important resources for sustaining our country and contribution to the world economy. Many of the careers in the Agriculture industry are considered “Green Careers,” meaning that the careers are involved in preserving or protecting our environmental resources including farms, hatcheries, and nurseries. The ability to work independently in potentially isolating environments is also a good trait to possess.