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B.Tech. Agricultural

B.Tech. Agricultural

B.Tech Agricultural Engineering

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B.Tech Agricultural Engineering
Duration
ELIGIBILITY
ADMISSION PROCESS
FEES
4 Years (08 Semesters)
60% in 10+2 with PCM
Entrance examination or merit at 10+2 or a combination
Fee is Rs. 60,000 per semester & Rs. 1,20,000 per annum
About

BTech Agriculture

Agricultural Engineering is a branch of engineering which deals with the study of agricultural process and technological practices in food processing and efficient production of food. Agriculture is the largest participant in the Indian Economy. It is needless to say that a career in Agriculture in India is nothing but bright and shining. Agricultural engineers in BTech Agriculture in Jaipur apply their knowledge of engineering technology and biological science to design agricultural machinery, equipment, and structures. They also develop ways to conserve soil and water and help improve the processing of existing agricultural products. Graduates in this stream of BTech Agriculture in Jaipur help improve crop production systems, design animal facilities, test machinery and analyze food production systems. They should be able to work well in teams as they often have to work in groups with other engineering graduates, and not necessarily those only of this field.

Career Prospects

BTech Agriculture

B. Tech AE graduates can find various Career Options and Jobs in sectors such as:

  • Agri-business firms
  • Food processing
  • Agricultural research and development firms
  • Government sectors
  • Research scientist
  • Lecturer, Microbiologist

Course Structure

BTech Agriculture

Semester 1

    • Engineering Mathematics-I
    • Engineering Physics
    • Engineering Chemistry
    • Principles of Soil Science
    • Surveying and Levelling
    • Engineering Mechanics
    • Engineering Drawing
    • Heat and Mass Transfer

Semester 2

  • Engineering Mathematics-II
  • Environmental Science and Disaster Management
  • Entrepreneurship Development and Business Management
  • Fluid Mechanics and Open Channel Hydraulics
  • Strength of Materials
  • Workshop Technology and Practices
  • Theory of Machines
  • Web Designing and Internet Applications

Semester 3

  • Principles of Horticultural Crops and Plant Protection
  • Principles of Agronomy
  • Communication Skills and Personality Development
  • Engineering Mathematics-III
  • Soil Mechanics
  • Design of Structures
  • Machine Design
  • Thermodynamics, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning
  • Electrical Machines and Power Utilization

Semester 4

  • Building Construction and Cost Estimation
  • Auto CAD Applications
  • Applied Electronics and Instrumentation
  • Tractor and Automotive Engines
  • Engineering Properties of Agricultural Produce
  • Watershed Hydrology
  • Irrigation Engineering
  • Sprinkler and Micro Irrigation Systems
  • Fundamentals of Renewable Energy Sources
Skill Development Training-I Summer break June-July after 4th Semester (Student READY)

Semester 5

  • Tractor Systems and Controls
  • Farm Machinery and Equipment-I
  • Agricultural Structures and Environmental Control
  • Post Harvest Engineering of Cereals, Pulses and Oil Seeds
  • Soil and Water Conservation Engineering
  • Watershed Planning and Management
  • Drainage Engineering
  • Renewable Power Sources
  • Skill Development Training-I (Student READY)

Semester 6

  • Computer Programming and Data Structures
  • Farm Machinery and Equipment-II
  • Post Harvest Engineering of Horticultural Crops
  • Water Harvesting and Soil Conservation Structures
  • Groundwater, Wells and Pumps
  • Tractor and Farm Machinery Operation and Maintenance
  • Dairy and Food Engineering
  • Bio-energy Systems: Design and Applications
Skill Development Training-II in Summer break June-July after 6th Semester (Student READY)

Semester 7: Student READY (Rural and Entrepreneurship Awareness Development Yojana)

  • 10- weeks Industrial Attachment /Internship (Student READY)
  • 10- weeks Experiential Learning On campus (Student READY)
  • Skill Development Training-II (Student READY)
  • Educational Tour
Educational tour during winter/January break

Semester 8: Student READY (Rural and Entrepreneurship Awareness Development Yojana)

  • Elective course
  • Elective course
  • Elective course
  • Project Planning and Report Writing (Student READY)

Teaching

The typical percentage of time spent in different learning activities for this course based on student choices. This information is collated from the previous year and will not be available if the course is new.

Year 1

Lectures, seminars, elocution
40%
Lab/Field practical
60%

Year 2

Lectures, seminars, elocution
40%
Lab/Field practical
60%

Year 3

Lectures, seminars, elocution
40%
Lab/Field practical
60%

Year 4

Lectures, seminars, elocution
40%
Lab/Field practical
60%

Assessment

Typically how work is assessed for this course based on student choices. This information is collated from the previous year and will not be available if the course is new.

Year 1

Written Exams
70%
Practical Exams
30%

Year 2

Written Exams
70%
Practical Exams
30%

Year 3

Written Exams
70%
Practical Exams
30%

Year 4

Written Exams
70%
Practical Exams
30%
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