The department of Agricultural and Extension is one of the first established seventeen academic departments in the Institution. It had its first set of undergraduate students in October, 1990 and has one of the largest student populations in the institution.
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The Department of Agricultural Economics offers studies leading to post graduate diploma (PGD), Master of Technology (M.Tech), and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph. D) in either Agricultural Economics or Agricultural Extension. Over 30 graduate students are enrolled in the Department. The M. Tech. program stresses a strong foundation in economic theory and quantitative analysis, and their application in agriculturally related areas.
Our undergraduate program in the Department of Agricultural Economics and Extension has a long-standing reputation for excellence in teaching, advising, and commitment to students. The department offers a B. Tech. in Agriculture with a major in Agricultural Economics and Agricultural Extension.