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Students of Agronomy in field.

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Students of Agronomy in field.

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Lab Demonstration

Students during lab practical.

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Lab Practical

During Laboratory Practical

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Field Work

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Primitive human lived on wild plants and animals. They started facing starvation due to increase in food demand with the increase in number. The domestication of botanical plants and their cultivation marks the dawn of civilization. Modern crop production is the application of the principles of physical, biological and social sciences for growing of domesticated plants to meet the diversity of human needs in a profitable manner. It is a continuous challenge to increase the crop yields to remain ahead of human population increase. The dynamic process of crop production is facing the challenge of global climatic change now. New potent crop varieties and technologies must be searched for the survival of ever increasing people on limited resource base under various climatic conditions. The continuous concern in crop production is to use optimally the resources necessary for crop production in a sustainable manner.

Head of Department (HoD)

Muzammal Hussain Siddiqui
Ph.D. (UAF)

+92 5824-960010 +92 5824-960012

Programmes Offered

  • Credit Hours : 18
    Duration : 3 years
    Eligibility : M.Sc. (Hons.) Agronomy with CGPA 2.50
    Description :

  • Credit Hours : 45
    Duration : (2-year)
    Eligibility : : A student at least with 2.00 CGPA or 50% marks in B.Sc (Hons) agriculture is eligible for registra
    Description :

    (2-year) M.Sc. (Hons) Agronomy

  • Credit Hours : 147
    Duration : 4 Years
    Eligibility : A student at least having second division in intermediate with pre-engineering or pre-medical can ge
    Description :

    4 Years B.Sc (Hons) Agronomy

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