College of Agriculture - Bengaluru

College of Agriculture - Bengaluru, Bangalore

  NH7, near L&T Factory,Gandhi Krishi Vignana Kendra (GKVK) Campus, Bangalore-560065, Karnataka
Affiliation: University of Agricultural Science   Government  
Established: 1899

Other Courses:

B.Sc.- Agriculture;
Duration: 3 Years; UnderGraduate Degree; Full Time;
Min Qualification: 10+2;Entrance Exams: CET;
B.Sc.- Agricultural Marketing & Co-Operation;
Duration: 3 Years; UnderGraduate Degree; Full Time;
Min Qualification: Pass in Pre-Degree or 10+2 or its equivalent;Entrance Exams: CET;
B.Tech.- Food Technology;
Duration: 4 Years; UnderGraduate Degree; Full Time;
Min Qualification: 10+2 with Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics, Biology/ Home Science as the main subjects, Pass with 45%;Entrance Exams: CET;
M.Sc.- Agriculture;
Duration: 2 Years; PostGraduate Degree; Full Time;
Ph.D.- Agricultural Microbiology;
Duration: 3 Years; Doctorate Degree; Full Time;
Affiliation: University of Agricultural Sciences, Bangalore;
Min Qualification: PG in Agriculture;

Institute Brief
University of Agricultural Sciences Bangalore, a premier institution of agricultural education and research in the country, began as a small agricultural research farm in 1899 on 30 acres of land donated by Her Excellency Maharani Kempa Nanjammanni Vani Vilasa Sannidhiyavaru, the Regent of Mysore and appointed Dr. Lehmann, German Scientist to initiate research on soil crop response with a Laboratory in the Directorate of Agriculture. Later under the initiative of the Dewan of Mysore Sir M. Vishweshwaraiah, the Mysore Agriculture Residential School was established in 1913 at Hebbal which offered Licentiate in Agriculture and later offered a diploma programme in agriculture during 1920. The School was upgraded to Agriculture Collegein 1946 which offered four year degree programs in Agriculture. The Government of Mysore headed by Sri. S. Nijalingappa, the then Chief Minister, established the University of Agricultural Sciences on the pattern of Land Grant College system of USA and the University of Agricultural Sciences Act No. 22 was passed in Legislative Assembly in 1963. Dr. Zakir Hussain, the Vice President of India inaugurated the University on 21st August 1964.