Pushpavalli Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] (Agriculture), batch of 2016
CLUBS & ASSOCIATIONS
College itself owns a zoopark called maharaja Bagh.
Youth fest is celebrated every year at College of Agriculture.
Other college events like shiv jayanti is enthusiastically celebrated every year. But gathering and study tours are not taken up by the college. Although students are willing to attend classes taking least number of leave, lectures are not taken regularly.
Thus life in this college is boring.
INFRASTRUCTURE & TRANSPORTATION
There are two hostels for boys and girls each at College of Agriculture
Facilities are more for girls relatively. Since the college comes under archaeological department of India.
No great changes can be done in the building. Infrastructure is comfortable with tables and benches. E-teaching facility is also available. The college itself offers PG courses. Also it has high input capacity for PG students.
ACADEMICS & FACULTY
It's a historical college established in 1906 before independence.
Quality and method of teaching is average at College of Agriculture.
Examinations are held regularly and strictly for all semesters. Overall experience is not much satisfactory.
FEES AND SCHOLARSHIP
Fee is reasonable as it's a government college.
Per year it may cost 10,000 rupees.
Scholarships are given to students of reserved category only.
PLACEMENTS & ALUMNI NETWORK
There is an internship in 7th semester called RAWE programme College of Agriculture
There is also a placement cell. Here campus interviews are held for pass out students.
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process
There was no entrance exam at College of Agriculture. Admissions were made based on merit at HSC.
Seats were filled accordingly.
There was an additional weightage for candidates bearing land or fisheries. Spot admission procedure is also available at the end of all the rounds.