PSOs

(Program Specific Outcomes )

  • PSO1 : Applied knowledge of basic agriculture and allied branches from sowing of crop to harvesting, Post-harvest management, hands on experience in field experiments, analysis of data regarding survey in rural areas based on Rural Agricultural Work Experience, implementations of new technology to the farmers through extension education, Use of different modern agricultural implements including tractors, harrow, mould board plough, disc plough, mist chambers, greenhouses, apiculture, concepts of zero tillage and its implementation using modern tools and techniques.
  • PSO2 : Development of scientific, economic and environmental principles underpinning agricultural production and land use, understanding and demonstration of knowledge on the impact of the agriculture and its allied streams on environment in relation to sustainable development.
  • PSO3 : Work with professional ethics in agriculture with due responsibilities and norms.

  • PSO1 : Graduates from the B. Tech. (Agricultural Engineering) UG programme would take the role to serve the society by way of providing practical based solutions in the field of agriculture.
  • PSO2 : They would development of scientific, economic and environmental principles underpinning agricultural production and land use, understanding and demonstration of knowledge on the impact of the agriculture and its allied streams on environment in relation to sustainable development.
  • PSO3 : They would function with high standards in private, public and government sectors with high competence.
  • PSO4 : They would draft and design advanced tools, implements and methods for sustainable agricultural production and service.
  • PSO5 : Graduate would uphold ethical knowledge and good communication skills.
  • PSO6 : Work with professional ethics in agriculture with due responsibilities and norms.
  • PSO7 : They will have enriched knowledge and will be prepared for service commission examinations.

  • PSO1 : Applied knowledge of basic agronomy and allied branches from sowing of crop to harvesting, hands on experience in field sowing of different crops, analysis of data and survey in rural areas based on nature of work, implementations of new technology to the farmers through extension education, Use of different modern agricultural implements including mist chambers, greenhouses, tractors, harrow, mould board plough, disc plough, apiculture, concepts of zero tillage and its implementation using modern tools and techniques.
  • PSO2 : Development of scientific, economic and environmental principles underpinning agricultural production and land use, understanding and demonstration of knowledge on the impact of the agronomy of major crops and its allied streams in relation to sustainable development.
  • PSO3 : Work with professional ethics in agronomic aspects of agriculture with due responsibilities and norms.

  • PSO1 : Model, analyse, design and realize major constraints of fruit and vegetable production and their solutions, enhance the deeper insight into the nutrient and plant growth regulator on horticultural plants.
  • PSO2 : Apply principles of training and pruning; identification of different flowers present on plants, incompatibility; alternate bearing; methods of propagation of horticultural crops, field visit to identify nutrient disorder and insect-pest damage. Post-harvest management of fruits and vegetables; identification of problem associated with storage.
  • PSO3 : Understanding of the importance of rootstock, high density planting to overcome production problem.
  • PSO4 : Help in identifying climacteric and non-climacteric fruits and vegetables, principles and methods of preservation.

  • PSO1 : Model, analyse, design and realize major constraints of crop production and their solutions, enhance the deeper insight into the genetic basis supporting plant breeding, from the individual gene to the complete genome.
  • PSO2 : Apply Mendelian principles; Gene interactions, Mechanisms of sex determination, Mutations; induction, detection and mechanisms, Numerical exercises related to Mendelian principles, gene interactions, Linkage and gene mapping; Induction and detection of sex-linked recessive lethal ; Analysis of quantitative inheritance in plants, different breeding methods, mode of reproduction in plants and genetic consequences, hybridization.
  • PSO3 : Understanding of the importance of identifying genes, isolating them, determining their function, and controlling their expression, genome analysis projects of certain model plant species and the possibilities offered by their comparison with the genomes of other species of agronomic interest.
  • PSO4 : Help in identifying the importance of plant genetic resources as a source of variability in plant breeding programmes and appropriate processes for their collection, conservation, evaluation and use.

  • PSO1 : Post Graduates from the MBA (Agribusiness Management) would take the role to serve the society by way of providing practical based solutions in the field of management and agribusiness.
  • PSO2 : They would develop and enhance the managerial, economic and environmental principles underpinning agricultural production and agricultural economics, understanding and demonstration of knowledge on the impact of the agriculture and its allied streams on environment in relation to sustainable development.
  • PSO3 : They would function with high standards in private, public and government with full competitive advantages.
  • PSO4 : They would draft and design sophisticated management tools/ techniques and also implement the same for sustainable development of organization and society as whole.
  • PSO5 : Students from agribusiness would uphold ethical knowledge and good communication & presentation skills.
  • PSO6 : They would easily work with professional ethical practices in management and agribusiness organization with due responsibilities and norms.
  • PSO7 : They will have enriched knowledge and will be prepared for service commission other competitive examinations.

Department Information

Director, IIAST Prof. Mohd Haris Siddiqui
Email diriiast@iul.ac.in
Contact(Ext. No.) 2101 / 3012
Admissions Email admission@iul.ac.in
Admissions Call +91-9335177775

Contact Information

Integral Institute of Agricultural Science & Technology,
Agricultural Block, Integral University,
Dasauli, Bas-ha Kursi Road,
Lucknow(U.P.) – 226026

0522- 2890730, 2890812
info@iul.ac.in