The University Institute of Agriculture and Horticulture (UIAH) is committed to offering high-quality education and training in the field of Agricultural Sciences through curricula that support a multidisciplinary approach while also incorporating technological advances.
As envisioned by the Indian Council of Agricultural Research, UGC, and the Government of India’s NEP-2020, the Institute strives to meet international standards while developing technologies and motivating trained human resources to foster sustainable agricultural production, protection, and processing systems.
Students are encouraged to meet with farmers and to attend seminars, symposia, conferences, and workshops where they will get the opportunity to speak with famous national and international scientists and industry experts.
The programmes under the University Institute of Agriculture and Horticulture (UIAH) are designed to enable students:
To provide students with a strong foundation in agricultural and horticulture principles and practises so that they can compete globally.
Students’ interest in agricultural and horticultural technology will be piqued by improving their problem-solving skills, which will drive them to pursue research and entrepreneurship development.
To fulfill the needs of the rising population and changing environment, a focus on peri-urban agriculture and protected farming is being placed.
To prepare students to build and exhibit technology for the purpose of generating cash and employment.
To instill in pupils a sense of responsibility for the application of scientific knowledge in agriculture for the benefit of farmers.
- Courses and syllabi in Compliance with ICAR.
- Training in the fields and climate-controlled poly-houses.
- Industry/institute visits to exhibit various methods for intensive and economically oriented peri-urban horticulture crop production for increased quality and productivity.
- Memorandums of Understanding (MoUs) with renowned ICAR and other institutions as well as industry for instructional and research purposes.