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Department of
Agricultural Engineering
Course Name:
For AY 23-24

B.Tech Agricultural  Engineering 
Course  Duration: 
4 Years | 8 Semesters - 30 Seats

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Eligibility: For Regular students

Only M.P.C Students can apply in EAMCET or can join through Management Quota.

Eligibility: For Lateral Entry

Students who have completed 3 years diploma in agricultural engineering from any recognized university can join into the second year course directly either through ECET or can join directly in management quota.

About the Course:

B.Tech Agriculture Engineering program offers students a unique curriculum that is hard to find anywhere else.

  • Classroom learning combined with real-world experiences - Access to outstanding agriculture facilities with an in-campus 20 Acres of Standalone agricultural farm with modern & Technical agricultural implements

  • The College Farm operates primarily as a commercial farm, providing a realistic laboratory where you will observe actual agricultural production practices. Practical experience in production agriculture helps you to develop management skills as a student.  

  • Students also use the College Farm to study applications of precision agriculture technologies (an advanced agricultural management system that uses specialized electronic equipment, Drip irrigation & Sprinklers and also updated agricultural implements

  • Internships: College provides a solid internship opportunities, you can develop real world experience and make valuable contacts needed after graduation and gain a better understanding of a specific career field.These experiences not only give you an in-depth Agriculture education, but they also enhance your resume and prepare you for an exciting career in agriculture.

Potential Employers at National and State level

The need for agricultural engineers is increasing day by day because the agriculture is intensified and modified. The agricultural engineers have to play a significant role in increasing the production and productivity. The tremendous role of agricultural engineers in effectively utilizing the precious agricultural inputs as seed, fertilizer, irrigation water, farm implements and machines as well as plant protection equipment's can not be denied at this stage. The research carried out by agricultural engineers has significantly benefited the agriculture.

 The rate of increase in number of Agricultural Engineering graduates produced was low during the period till 1966. There after the number increased at a faster rate as more number of institutions started the agricultural engineering programmes. At present, the country could meet 25 per cent of the demand. As far as the employment of agricultural engineers in our country is concerned, the agricultural engineers are playing the important roles in various spheres as listed

  • ICAR, CIAE and other Central Govt. Institutions.

  • Directorate of Agriculture, State. Govt.

  • Directorate of Agril. Engg. (Especially in the States likes M.P.,Tamil Nadu, Orissa, etc.)

  • Agricultural Universities.

  • Command Area Development, DPAP schemes etc.

  • Irrigation Department.

  • National Seeds Corporation.

  • State Land Development Corporations.

  • Food Corporation of India.

  • State Agro Industries Corporations.

  • Water and Land Management Industries.

  • Forest Department.

  • Agricultural Finance Corporation, NABARD, etc.

  • Ground Water Boards/Corporations.

  • Rural Development Corporations.

  • Nationalized Banks.

  • Food Processing Industries.

  • Tractor Industries.

  • Public and Private Sector Industries.

  • Irrigation Equipment Industries.

  • Farm Implements Manufacturers.

  • Post Harvest Equipment’s Manufacturing Industries, etc.

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