About The Department

Agricultural engineering is started in the year 2017 with an intake of 60.

Agricultural engineering is a branch of engineering that deals with the design of farm machinery, the location and planning of farm structures, farm drainage, soil management and erosion control, water supply and irrigation, rural electrification, and the processing of farm products.

Agricultural Engineering is to find out the solution of the problems in the field of agriculture for increasing agricultural productivity, increasing the standard of living of the farmers. It is a technologically sophisticated field that offers bright career prospects and opportunity in any country around the world, and in various sectors.

Agricultural Engineers utilize engineering principles to all activities related to agriculture and horticulture.


         To develop agricultural engineering professionals, create and disseminate knowledge, and promote the application of engineering  principles to meet societal needs with respect to agricultural, farm mechanization, irrigation, soil and water conservations, agricultural processing and natural resource systems etc.


  • To provide  education to the students in Agriculture, Processing, Farm power and machines, soil and water management and natural resources management.
  • To produce skilful and high quality engineers supported by up-to-date curriculum and scientific and industrial research to suit the Agro based industries both within the country and abroad.
  • To educate agricultural engineers who can follow and utilize the technological developments that may occur during their careers and eco-friendly development of the society.

Programme Educational Objectives

PEO1: To provide a sound theoretical knowledge in engineering principles applied to agriculture.

PEO2: To train and educate students with general knowledge and skills in agricultural water management, farm machinery and management, processing and energy management in agriculture.

PEO3: To develop innovative capacity of students for increasing agricultural production with scarce water resources available.

PEO4: To pursue higher education, research and entrepreneurship in agricultural and related fields.   

PEO5: To understand ethical issues and responsibility of serving the society and the environment at large.  

Program Outcomes 

     At the end of a programme a students will be able to demonstrate ability to

a Engineering Knowledge PO1 An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering principles for providing engineering solutions pertaining to agriculture
b Problem Analysis PO2 An ability to identify, formulate analyze and solve problems related to agriculture
c Design and Development of Solutions PO3 An ability to design a system, components or process to increase agricultural production to meet the growing population
d Investigation of Complex Problems PO4 An ability to conduct experiments, analyze and interpret experimental results to provide valid conclusion.
e Modern Tool Usage PO5 An ability to apply techniques, skills and modern engineering tools required for agriculture engineering practices.
f The Engineer and Society PO6 An ability to perform in multidisciplinary areas with social consciousness.
g Environment and Sustainability PO7 An ability to display social responsibility in sustaining natural environment.
h Ethics PO8 An ability to apply professional and ethical principles with responsibility.
i Individual and Team Work. PO9 An ability to function effectively as an individual, as a part of team and in a multi-disciplinary environment.
j Communication PO10 An ability to communicate effectively.
k Project Management and Finance PO11 An ability to devise a strategy or action plan to utilize the acquired knowledge in increasing water-use efficiency, farm mechanization and post harvest technology
l Lifelong Learning PO12 An ability to engage in independent and lifelong learning in  agricultural production processes









Program Specific Outcome

PSO1: To design, develop agricultural implements for effective and efficient agricultural production.

PSO2: To engage in lifelong learning, commitment to quality and continuous improvement in agricultural production system.

PSO3: Ability to work in multidisciplinary teams.

PSO4: Effectively use the technology in post harvest operations.