Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) Agronomy

Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) Agronomy

The Ph.D. in Agronomy programme seeks to generate individuals with the analytical research abilities required to work in business, academia, and other service-related fields. The course helps agronomists build their skills and knowledge in agronomy by looking at the fundamentals of agronomy, beginning harvests, and soils. The students in Ph.D in Agronomy learn how to grow and use plants for fuel, food, fiber, and reclamation.

The course covers a variety of topics, such as agricultural chemistry, genetics, medicinal plants and aromatherapy, biochemistry, entomology, food science, public health, agricultural meteorology, and nematology. Graduates with a Ph.D in agronomy are in great demand across a variety of industries, including agriculture, food processing, fertilizer, manure, educational institutions, organic farming, and FMCG firms.

University Fellowship Scheme 2022 (For Ph.D)

Full time Ph.D candidates will be paid a stipend of Rs. 30,000/-

Salient Features

  • 17+ years of academic experience
  • Focus on student-centered learning
  • Aside from general coursework, students will be equipped with several certification courses
  • Project-based practical pedagogy to make the students comprehend the problems in the present world
  • Problem-based learning and industry-relevant curriculum
  • Best placement opportunities to get placed in high-end and reputed companies
  • Industrial training in reputable firms and organizations
  • The privilege of 100% placement guidance and support
  • Industry visits, seminars, workshops, and guest lectures by eminent researchers and industry practitioners
  • Active student clubs and bodies
  • The multi-cultural and vibrant teaching environment

Fee Structure

Course Fee Structure

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Program Objectives (PO's)


PO-1 The capability to use science and math in agricultural applications.
PO-2 Having a thorough awareness of the principles connected to the subject and of current concerns
PO-3 Being able to develop a product or component using all applicable standards and practical restrictions
PO-4 Being capable of planning and carrying out tests as well as analysing and interpreting data
PO-5 Possessing the knowledge, abilities, and current engineering tools required for agricultural procedures
PO-6 Having the ability to solve difficulties and assist farmers
PO-7 Possessing flexibility and adaptable thinking
PO-8 Understanding professionally and ethically responsible behavior
PO-9 Demonstrating cross-cultural competence through teamwork
PO-10 A solid working grasp of English communication

Program Specific Objectives (PSO's)


PSO-1 Applying knowledge of soil and crop management, crop cultivation, and crop improvement for long-term, organic agricultural development.
PSO-2 Utilizing the principles of agricultural science, engineering, and business to analyze, find, and create ethical solutions to challenging agricultural challenges.
PSO-3 Creating novel methods, items, and technologies to address the issues facing farming and agricultural practises

Job Opportunities The Course Might Lead To



One of the top career choices given by Indian students is agronomy. It offers a wide range of professional opportunities. After completing the PhD in agronomy programme, candidates may be hired for paid roles in both public and private organizations. The employment opportunities after PhD in Agronomy are mentioned below:

  • Lecturer
  • Agronomist
  • Agronomist
  • Associate Farm Manager
  • Agricultural Economist
ADMISSION 2022
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Admission 2022-23