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Old 30th January 2017, 01:43 PM
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Can you tell me about the number of seats for B.Sc. (Agriculture) Program in TNAU or Tamil Nadu Agricultural University? Also provide me the syllabus of the course?
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Old 30th January 2017, 02:38 PM
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B.Sc. (Agriculture) Program in TNAU or Tamil Nadu Agricultural University initially offered as 3 year degree from 1920 till 1959 and metamorphic into 4 year program since 1960. It is being offered in 4 constituent campuses.

The student will learn basics of crop production, protection, management and value addition. One has dual degree option with Dalhousie University, Canada.

Number of Seats

There is nothing mentioned regarding the number of sears for B.Sc. (Agriculture) Program in TNAU on its official website. So here I am providing you the contact number of the University where you can enquire:

B.Sc. (Agriculture): 2011 Syllabus

I Year
I Semester
Principles of Agronomy and Agricultural Heritage
Agricultural Microbiology
Fundamentals of Information Technology
Applied Mathematics
Principles of Analytical Chemistry
Introduction to Agricultural Botany
English for effective communication
National Service Scheme / National Cadet Corps
Physical Education
I Year II Semester

Fundamentals of Agricultural Meteorology
Fundamentals of Biochemistry
Crop Physiology
Principles of Genetics
Dimensions of Agricultural Extension
Principles of Agricultural Economics
Fundamentals of Horticulture
Principles of Environmental Sciences
Principles of food science and processing

B.Sc. (Agriculture): 2011 Syllabus

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