The Faculty of agriculture started in the academic year 1959/1960. Our programs focus on four major resources: biological, natural, environmental, and human resources.
The biological resources include horticulture, vegetables, fruits, ornamentals, field crops, live stock and poultry.
The natural resources include soil and water; dairy and food technology.
The environmental resources include genetics, plant pathology and plant protection. Finally, the human resources include rural sociology and agricultural economics.





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