BSC AGRICULTURE HONS SEMESTER I to VI and PART IV ANNUAL

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B Sc AGRICULTURE HONS Semester System,Scheme of Studies Examination. Semester I, Sr Course Code Subject Periods per Week Total Marks Grand. No Th Prac Th Prac Total,1 Agron 104 Introductory Agriculture 4 3 50 25 75. 2 Agromet 102 Introductory Agrometerology 4 3 50 25 75. 3 Micro 101 Elementary Microbiology 4 3 50 25 75, 4 Soils 103 Introduction to Soil Science 4 3 50 25 75. 5 Eco 101 Principles of Agricultural 4 0 50 50,6 Bot 103 Basic Botany 2 2 25 25 50.
Maths 104 Basic Maths I 4 0 50 50,7 Eng 102 Communication Skills in 4 0 50 50. 8 Punjabi Compulsory 4 0 50 50,Basic Punjabi Mudhli Punjabi. 1 Mathematics for those students who have passed 10 2 Medical. 2 Botany for those students who have passed 10 2 Non Medical. 3 Punjabi Compulsory Basic Punjabi Mudhli Punjabi for those students who have not passed. 10 2 with Punjabi subject,B Sc AGRICULTURE HONS Semester System. Scheme of Studies Examination,Semester II, Sr Course Code Subject Periods per Week Total Marks Grand. No Th Pract Th Pract Total, 1 Agron 106 Water Management and Micro 4 3 50 25 75.
Irrigation,2 CSE 101 Introduction to Computer 3 3 25 25 50. Application,3 Ext 101 Dimensions of Agriculture 4 3 50 25 75. 4 PBG 103 Principles of Genetics 4 3 50 25 75, 5 Soils 104 Soil Chemistry Soil Fertility and 4 3 50 25 75. Nutrient Management,6 Veg 101 Vegetable Production 4 3 50 25 75. Technology,7 Zoo 103 Basic Zoology 2 2 25 25 50,Maths 108 Basic Maths II 4 0 50 50.
8 Eng 103 Communication Skills in English 35 15 50. 9 Punjabi Compulsory 50 50,Basic Punjabi Mudhli Punjabi. 1 Mathematics for those students who have passed 10 2 Medical. 2 Botany for those students who have passed 10 2 Non Medical. 3 Punjabi Compulsory Basic Punjabi Mudhli Punjabi for those students who have not passed 10 2. with Punjabi subject,B Sc AGRICULTURE HONS Semester System. Scheme of Studies Examination,Semester III,Sr Course Code Subject Periods per Marks Grand. No week Total,Th Pract Th Pract, 1 B Sc Agri Agron 203 Principles of Agronomy I 4 3 50 25 75. Kharif Crops,2 B Sc Agric Bot 206 Crop Physiology 4 3 50 25 75.
3 B Sc Agri Ent 204 Fundamentals of Insect 4 3 50 25 75. Morphology and Systematics, 4 B Sc Agri Ext 201 Extension Methodologies and 4 3 50 25 75. Communication Skills for,Transfer of Technology, 5 B Sc Agri FPM 202 Farm Power and Machinery 4 3 50 25 75. 6 B Sc Agri Soil 204 Manures and Fertilizers 4 0 50 00 50. 7 B Sc Agri Hort 203 Production Technology of 4 3 50 25 75. Fruit Crops, 8 B Sc Agri Soil 203 Soil Physics and Erosion 4 3 50 25 75. Management, 9 B Sc Agri Pl Path 201 Plant Pathogens and Principles 4 3 50 25 75. of Plant Pathology,10 ESL 221 Environmental Studies EVS 50.
Total 36 24 450 200 650, Note The marks of Paper ESL 221 Semester III Environmental Studies will not be. added in the Total Marks,B Sc AGRICULTURE HONS Semester System. Semester IV,Sr Course Code Subject Periods per Marks Grand. No week Total,Th Pract Th Pract, 1 B Sc Agri Agron 204 Principal of Agronomy II 4 3 50 25 75. Rabi Crops, 2 B Sc Agric Eco 202 Production Economics Farm 4 3 50 25 75.
Management and Agricultural, 3 B Sc Agri Ent 205 Insect Ecology and Integrated 4 3 50 25 75. PestManagement, 4 B Sc Agri Ext 202 Fundamentals of Rural 4 50 00 50. Sociology and Educational,Psychology, 5 B Sc Agri LPM 205 Livestock Production and 4 3 50 25 75. Management, 6 B Sc Agri PBG 202 Principles of Seed Technology 4 3 50 25 75. 7 B Sc Agri Pl Path 202 Diseases of Field Crops and 4 3 50 25 75. their Management, 8 B Sc Agri Agron 205 Organic Farming 4 3 50 25 75.
9 B Sc Agri SWE 101 Fundamentals of Soil and 4 3 50 25 75. Water Conservation,Engineering,10 ESL 222 Environmental Studies EVS 50. Total 36 24 450 200 650, Note The marks of Paper ESL 222 Semester IV Environmental Studies will not be. added in the Total Marks,B Sc AGRICULTURE HONS Semester System. Semester V,Course Subject Period Marks Internal Total Grand. Per Assessment Marks Total,Th Prt Th Prt Th Prt Th Prt.
Agron 302 Practical Crop Production I 0 3 0 20 0 05 0 25 25. Kharif Crops, Biotech 310 Principles of Plant 4 3 40 20 10 05 50 25 75. Biotechnology, Chem 302 Chemistry of Agrochemicals 2 3 20 20 05 05 25 25 50. Plant Products and Growth,Regulators, Econ 303 Agricultural Marketing 4 3 40 20 10 05 50 25 75. Trade and Prices, Ent 302 Insect Pests of Crops and 4 3 40 20 10 05 50 25 75. stored Grain, FT 302 Introduction to Food Science 4 3 40 20 10 05 50 25 75.
and Post Harvest Value, Forst 301 Introductory Forestry 4 3 40 20 10 05 50 25 75. Biochem 301 Elementary Biochemistry 4 3 40 20 10 05 50 25 75. PBG 303 Principles of Plant Breeding 4 3 40 20 10 05 50 25 75. Total 30 27 300 180 75 45 375 225 600,B Sc AGRICULTURE HONS Semester System. Semester VI,Course Subject Period Marks Internal Total Grand. Per weak Assessment Marks Total,Th Prt Th Prt Th Prt Th Prt. Agron 303 Practical Crop Production II 0 3 0 20 0 05 0 25 25. Rabi Crops, Mgt 303 Fundamentals of Agri 4 0 40 00 10 00 50 00 50.
business Management and,Entrepreneurship,Development. Stat 301 Basic Statistics 4 3 40 20 10 05 50 25 75. EST 302 Renewable Energy 4 3 40 20 10 05 50 25 75, Flori 301 Flower Cultivation and 4 3 40 20 10 05 50 25 75. Landscape Gardening, Pl Path 303 Diseases of Horticultural 4 3 40 20 10 05 50 25 75. Crops and Their,Management, PBG 304 Breading of Field and 4 3 40 20 10 05 50 25 75. Horticulture Crops, PFE 304 Protected Cultivation and 4 3 40 20 10 05 50 25 75.
Post Harvest Technology, Hort 301 Post Harvest Management 4 3 40 20 10 05 50 25 75. of Fruits and Vegetables,Total 32 24 300 180 75 45 375 225 600. B Sc AGRICULTURE HONS PART IV ANNUAL SYSTEM,Scheme of Studies. Periods per Marks Int Total Marks Grand,Sr Course Subject Week Assessment Total. No Code Th Pract Th Pract Th Pract Th Pract, 1 B Sc Agric Farm Management 4 3 80 40 20 10 100 50 150.
F M Production Economics, 2 B Sc Agric Economic Entomology 4 3 80 40 20 10 100 50 150. 3 B Sc Agric Agricultural Extension 4 3 80 40 20 10 100 50 150. 4 B Sc Agric Agricultural Statistics 4 3 80 40 20 10 100 50 150. 5 B Sc Agric Olericulture 4 3 80 40 20 10 100 50 150. Oleri Floriculture,Flori Landscaping, Elective I II III Separate list of 12 12 240 80 60 20 300 100 400. each elective Agron Soil Hort,Agric Econ,Total 32 27 640 280 160 70 800 350 1150. B Sc AGRICULTURE HONS PART IV ANNUAL SYSTEM,Scheme of Studies. For Agronomy Elective,Periods per Marks Int Total Marks Grand.
Sr Course Subject Week Assessment Total,No Code Th Pract Th Pract Th Pract Th Pract. 1 B Sc Seed Production 4 6 80 40 20 10 100 50 150,Agric Technology. 2 B Sc Ecology and Crop 4 6 80 40 20 10 100 50 150. Agric Phsiology,3 B Sc Crop Production 4 80 20 100 100. Agric under Special,Elect III Situation Soil,Agron Fertility and. Fertilizer Use,For Soil Elective,Periods per Marks Int Total Marks Grand.
Sr Course Subject Week Assessment Total,No Code Th Pract Th Pract Th Pract Th Pract. 1 B Sc Agric Systematic Study of Soils 4 6 80 40 20 10 100 50 150. Elect I in Relation to Geology,Soil Genesis Classification. Hydrology Erosion, 2 B Sc Agric Fundamentals of Soil 4 6 80 40 20 10 100 50 150. Elect II Chemistry Fertility,Soil Biology Bio,Chemistry including. Water Fertilizer,3 B Sc Agric General Physical 4 80 20 100 100.
Elect III Chemistry,B Sc AGRICULTURE HONS PART IV ANNUAL SYSTEM. Scheme of Studies,For Horticulture Elective,Periods per Marks Int Total Marks Grand. Sr Course Code Subject Week Assessment Total,No Th Pract Th Pract Th Pract Th Pract. 1 B Sc Agric Fundamentals of 4 6 80 40 20 10 100 50 150. Elect I Hort Fruit Production, 2 B Sc Agric Systematic Pomology 4 6 80 40 20 10 100 50 150. Elect II Propagation,Hort Nursery Management,3 B Sc Agric Fruit Growing 4 80 20 100 100.
For Agric Economics Elective, Periods per Marks Int Assessment Total Marks Grand. Sr Course Subject Week Total,No Code Th Pract Th Pract Th Pract Th Pract. 1 B Sc Agric Economic Problems 4 6 80 40 20 10 100 50 150. Elect I of Indian Agriculture,Agric Rural Sociology. 2 B Sc Agric Agricultural 4 6 80 40 20 10 100 50 150. Elect II Marketing,Agric Co operation,3 B Sc Agric Micro Macro 4 80 20 100 100. Elect III Economics,B Sc AGRICULTURE HONS Semester I.
Agron 104 Introductory Agriculture,Time 3 Hours Max Marks 75. Practical 25,Periods per Week 4 3,Instructions for the Paper Setters. 1 Question paper should be set strictly according to the syllabus. 2 The language of questions should be straight simple. 3 Not more than one question should be based on one topic. 4 The question paper should cover the whole syllabus and questions should be evenly. distributed, 5 At least eight questions should be set out of which the candidates should be required to. attempt any five, Art science and business of crop production Basic elements and factors affecting crop. production History of agricultural development Ancient Indian agriculture in civilization era. Chronological agricultural technology development in India Agricultural growth Contrasting. food chains Diversity in physiography soil groups marine livestock and water Liabilities soil. and weather factors Dry and irrigated agriculture Farming systems approach Nutritional and. rural life standards, Identification of various crops and their seeds Weeds identification and Control measures.
Working of Agricultural implements Calibration of seed drills Identification computation of. Doses and methods of application of fertilizer farm visit for acutance with field problems. B Sc AGRICULTURE HONS Semester I,Agromet 102 Introductory Agrometeorology. Time 3 Hours Max Marks 75,Practical 25,Periods per week 4 3. Instructions for the Paper Setters, 1 Question paper should be set strictly according to the syllabus. 2 The language of questions should be straight simple. 3 Not more than one question should be based on one topic. 4 The question paper should cover the whole syllabus and questions should be evenly. distributed, 5 At least eight questions should be set out of which the candidates should be required to. attempt any five, Agrometeorology Definition practical utility and scope General climatology Structure and.
composition of earth s atmosphere Elements and factors of weather and climate temperature. pressure wind solar radiation and moisture Impact of climate on crops and livestock. distribution and production Agro climatic indices definitions and applications in agriculture. Effect of environmental factors on crop growth Weather hazards in agriculture Climatic. classifications Agro climatic regions of Punjab and India Basics of field microclimate. modification Introduction to monsoons Elementary aspects of weather forecasting Effects of. climate change on agriculture, Site selection for Agrometeorological Observatory Project on setting up recording and. maintenance of instruments in a meteorological observatory Measurement of temperature. rainfall evaporation atmospheric pressure sunshine duration solar radiation wind direction. wind speed and relative humidity Study of weather forecasting and synoptic charts Processing. presentation and interpretation of climatic data in relation to crops. B Sc AGRICULTURE HONS Semester I,Micro 101 Elementary Microbiology. Time 3 Hours Max Marks 75,Practical 25,Periods per week 4 3. Instructions for the Paper Setters, 1 Question paper should be set strictly according to the syllabus. 2 The language of questions should be straight simple. 3 Not more than one question should be based on one topic. 4 The question paper should cover the whole syllabus and questions should be evenly. distributed, 5 At least eight questions should be set out of which the candidates should be required to.
attempt any five, History of Microbiology its applied areas Discovery of microorganisms and their role in. fermentation Germ theory of disease and protection Structure of eukaryotic and prokaryotic. cell Major groups of eukaryotes fungi algae and protozoa Major groups of prokaryotes. actinomycetes cyanobacteria arhaebacteria rickettsias and chlamydia Bacterial growth. Metabolism in bacteria ATP generation chemoautotrophy photoautotrophy respiration. fermentation Bacteriophages structure and properties lytic and lysogenic cycles viriods. prions Genetic recombinations Microbial groups in soil Microbial transformation of carbon. nitrogen phosphorus and sulphur Biological nitrogen fixation Microbes in composting. Microbiology of water and food Beneficial microorganisms in agriculture biofertilizers. microbial pesticides Biodegradation Biogas production Plant microbe interactions. Introduction to mushrooms and mushroom growing Edible and poisonous mushrooms. Cultivation technology of mushrooms, Familiarization with instruments and other materials in a Microbiology laboratory Practice of. aseptic methods on nutrient broth slants and agar plate Methods of sterilization and preparation. of media and glassware Sterilization of nutrient broth by filtration Plating methods for isolation. and purification of bacteria Identification of bacteria by staining methods Enumeration of. B Sc AGRICULTURE HONS Semester System Scheme of Studies amp Examination Semester II Sr Periods per Week Total Marks No Course Code Subject Th Pract Th Pract Grand Total 1 Agron 106 Water Management and Micro Irrigation 4 3 50 25 75 2 CSE 101 Introduction to Computer Application 3 3 25 25 50 3 Ext 101 Dimensions of Agriculture Extension

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