About School of Agricultural Sciences | K.R. Mangalam


The School of Agriculture, K.R. Mangalam University is dedicated to nurturing the highly skilled and exceptional agricultural entrepreneurs and business managers of the future.

We strive to provide students with a strong foundation of knowledge and practical skills in agriculture. Our experienced academicians deliver engaging and innovative teaching methodologies that combine theory with hands-on learning experiences. Students have access to state-of-the-art laboratories, research facilities, and experimental farms where they can apply their knowledge and conduct research.

Students gain exposure to the real world and build strong professional networks through internships, fieldwork, and industry partnerships. We enable students to actively participate in seminars, industry talk shows, debates, etc. to become familiar with the most pressing issues on a national and international level.


  • Experiential & Interactive learning
  • Module selection as per the preference & Interests
  • Preparations for competitive Exams including UPSC, Banking, Insurance, Railway & SSC
  • Dedicated clubs & societies for Engagement & Networking

Teaching and Pedagogy

The teaching and pedagogy at the school of Agricultural Sciences focuses on providing students with comprehensive understanding of agricultural principles,practices and technologies.

Group Discussion

Group discussions in a class involve students collectively discussing important topics related to the curriculum. These discussions offer numerous benefits, including improved collaboration, critical thinking, communication, and problem-solving skills. Centre of Excellence

Experiential Learning

The school places a strong emphasis on opportunities for the practical application of knowledge. Students participate in hands-on activities like farm visits, lab experiments, and fieldwork. With the help of experiential learning, students may put their knowledge to use, hone their practical abilities, and comprehend agricultural ideas more thoroughly.


Students are given any course-related topic by their professors and then use PowerPoint to deliver it in class.

Field trips and internships in industry

The School of Agricultural Sciences organizes field trips to farms, agricultural areas and research centres. These outings provide visitors with a firsthand look at agricultural methods, advancements, and technologies. Additionally, industrial placements or internships give students the chance to develop their professional abilities, obtain real-world experience, and apply their education.

Continuous Assessment

To assess students' progress, the school employs a variety of assessment tools, such as homework, tests, presentations, and exams. Students can track their learning and make the necessary changes as a result of timely feedback and opportunities for development provided through continuous assessment.


  • Innovation and Adaptability
  • Scientific Inquiry and Evidence
  • Responsibility
  • Problem-solving
  • Community Engagement