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Professor Jayashankar Telangana State Agricultural University Hyderabad

WELCOME TO
PROFESSOR JAYASHANKAR
TELANGANA STATE
AGRICULTURAL UNIVERSITY

Historical Background

Prof. Jayashankar Telangana State Agricultural University (PJTSAU) named in honour and memory of Professor Jayashankar, an eminent educationist and an ardent Telangana ideologue is the only Farm University of Telangana state which came into being in the event of the bifurcation from Acharya NG Ranga Agricultural University , the only farm university for erstwhile United State of Andhra Pradesh.
The state of Telangana was born on June 2nd 2014, as per the notification of Andhra Pradesh Reorganization Act.2014 and the Prof.

Jayashankar Telangana Agricultural University was established as per the Telangana Govt’s G.O. Ms No.7, Agricultural and Cooperation (Agri III) Department, Govt. of Telangana dated 31-07-2014 adapting the ANGRAU Act 1963 as “The ANGRAU Act of 1963 (Telangana Adaptation) order, 2014”.

It caters to the needs of an enterprising farming community of Telangana, which is endowed with abundant natural resources, diverse soil and agro-climatic conditions suitable for varied cropping systems and has the potential to become the ‘Seed bowl of India’
A bust size bronze statue of Professor Jayashankar was unveiled by Sri. K.Chandrasekhar Rao, the Hon’ble Chief Minister of Telangana on 6th August, 2014 at the main campus of the University.

After bifurcation, the PJTSAU has five constituent colleges with three of those devoted to faculty of Agriculture, one to faculty of Agricultural Engineering and Technology and one to faculty of Home Science. In addition, there are nine polytechnics (seven in Agriculture, one each in Seed Science and agricultural Engineering).
There are 16 Agricultural research stations, including three Regional Agricultural Research stations, Nine District Agricultural Advisory and Transfer of Technology centres (DAATTCs), six Krishi Vigyan Kendras (KVKs), one each of Extension Education Institute(EEI), Agricultural Information and Communication Centre(AI&CC), Agricultural Technology Information Centre(ATIC, Electronic Media Wing and Farmers call Centre spread across the state with scientific ,supporting and administrative staff, apart from a good contingent of labour force.

Mandate of Institution

Education:

  • Train human resource needed for agricultural, home Science and allied sectors for the development of the State of Andhra Pradesh.

Research:

  • Constantly strive to generate technologies for increasing production in the agriculture and home science and allied sectors.

Extension:

  • Assist in the process of transfer of technology through the dissemination of knowledge in collaboration with the Development Departments of the Government.

Institution’s Mission and Goals

  • In tune with the mandate of the university which “among others shall be to make provision for education mainly of the rural people of the state of Andhra Pradesh in agriculture in its broad sense and to promote research, field and extension programmes in agriculture and agricultural production”, the university has set for itself the following goals.
  • Provide opportunities for the citizens of the state and the country for education in the field of agriculture in its broad sense and to promote research, field and extension programmes in agriculture and allied sciences. Strengthen UG and PG teaching through periodic revision of syllabi.
  • Establish the required infrastructure to conduct location specific research in the field of agriculture and allied sciences.
  • Generate technologies to improve farm production and income to farmers.
  • Provide the needed assistance to the development departments of the Government and other agencies to test and disseminate the improved technologies developed.
  • Provide opportunities for rural youth and women for learning and adoption of improved agro-technologies.
  • Revitalize the extension activities through the creation of specific infrastructure in each district.
  • Adopt advancements in information technology and computers to improve the formal academic programmes and introduce non-formal distance and contact learning programmes for the benefit of farmers, rural youth and women.

Infrastructure

PROFESSOR JAYASHANKAR TELANGANA STATE AGRICULTURAL UNIVERSITY

The Professor Jaya Shankar Telangana State Agricultural University is considered as the largest in India with an infrastructure of 5 Colleges (3 in Agriculture, 1 in Agricultural Engineering, and 1 in Home Science) 16 Research stations distributed in 3 Agro-climatic zones of the State, 9 Agricultural Polytechnics (7 in Diploma in Agriculture, 1 in Diploma in Seed Technology and 1 in Diploma in Agricultural Engineering) 9 District Agricultural Advisory and Transfer of Technology Centres (DAATTCs), 6 Krishi Vigyan Kendras (Farmer Science Centre), one Agricultural Technology and Information Centre (ATIC) and Electronic Media Wing apart from one Extension Education Institute (EEI) and Agricultural Information and Communication Centre ( AI&CC). Thus, it is an unique multi campus University in the country having its units functioning all over the State with the two Faculties of Agriculture and Home Science showing splendid performance of exemplary nature.

 

Institutional Infrastructure and Expansion of Facilities

As far as basic infrastructure is concerned, the University had the support of the Government of Andhra Pradesh and the Indian Council of Agricultural Research for establishing a strong base. Therefore, the infrastructure, which was transferred to the University at the time of its establishment, has been further strengthened with addition of classrooms, farmlands, laboratories, computer facilities, workshops and hostels. The irrigation facilities in the teaching campuses have been improved through the installation of lift and micro irrigation facilities and sinking of bore wells. Staff quarters have also been built in most of the colleges. The present status of certain important infrastructural facilities existing in Colleges, is presented below:

The future emphasis is to maintain the strong infrastructure base, which has been developed, and to strengthen certain critical essentials such as hostels for boys in the three main campuses and additional hostel accommodation for girl students at the Rajendranagar campus.

The University is also proposing to establish Centres of Excellence and Advanced Research in areas such as Sustainable Agriculture, Integrated Pest Management, in addition to the existing Centre for Advance Studies in Foods and Nutrition, under the Faculty of Home Science.

Infrastructural facilities available in Colleges of Faculty of Home Science The central library building with a carpet area of 4645 sq. mts., can accommodate over 2 lakhs books and sitting capacity of about 200 readers. Separate library buildings / spacious and functional halls are available at other branch libraries. All the libraries are well furnished with a congenial atmosphere for in-house use of books and periodicals.

CD-ROM facilities are available in all major campuses with a view to provide access to world agricultural literature.

Number of Books and Periodicals The University has total collection of over 2,00,000 books and subscribes to 500 Indian and foreign periodicals . The Central Library receives 125 copies of PJTSAU Research Journal from the University press to be exchanged with various National and International Institutes.

The Agricultural Information and Documentation Centre (AGRIDOC) located in the central Library takes care of information need of the scientists at all the 67 University research stations. The publications include union catalog of periodicals in PJTSAU libraries, agricultural dissertations index, agricultural dissertations abstracts, APAU guidelines of presentation of thesis and “Current Agricultural Titles” backed-up with supply of free photocopies of papers from foreign and Indian periodicals.

University Computer Centre

The Computer Centre at Rajendranagar, as a central computing facility of the University, was established in 1982. The centre is equipped with the latest generation computers and operating on various kinds of Operating systems catering to all computing needs of the University.

Recently, computer networking has been introduced in the University to gain access to latest scientific advances and related information across the globe. Almost all departments of the colleges were provided with computers for use by the staff and students. Installation of Local Area Network (LAN) is in progress in all the seven zonal headquarters, colleges as well as University headquarters. The Computer Center and Central Library at Rajendranagar are equipped with the latest facilities including Internet connectivity, to cater to the needs of the faculty and students.

University Auditorium

  • The University has well-designed multi purpose auditorium of International standards constructed at Rajendranagar Campus during the year 2001. It has sophisticated infrastructure to conduct meetings, seminars, symposia, and international conferences covering a plinth area of 5000 square meters. The main hall of the auditorium can accommodate 1000 delegates. It has two seminar halls with a seating capacity of 160 & 110 and a conference hall of 50 seating capacity. The auditorium is furnished with centralized AC facility of 90 ton capacity. It has a central canteen, a huge banquet hall and space for indoor games. The auditorium is equipped with the latest audio video equipment such as projectors, DTS system, Morten stage lighting system with Computer Control Camera coverage, 70 mm screen in the main hall, including automatic language translation system in one of the seminar halls.

Planning and Monitoring Cell

  • Individual officers concerned do the planning of various activities of the University and it is then implemented with the approval of Competent Authority. However, during the past 40 years, the University grew very much in size and activities increased enormously. Besides these, the linkages among the Universities, institutions and agencies at State, National and International levels have also increased leading to complex situations. All these necessitated to evolve a suitable mechanism not only for planning but also for monitoring the activities of the University, collecting required data and creating a Data Bank, programme appraisal, monitoring and evaluation of different schemes functioning the University and also suggest corrective measures for implementing the programes of the University from time to time. The ICAR Review Committee for Agricultural University during the year 1978 also reiterated the need for such a cell. Accordingly, the University established a Planning and Monitoring Cell in 1987 headed by a Coordinator under the direct control of the Vice-Chancellor. The cell has the following functions
  • Preparation of an overall perspective development plan of the University keeping in view the factors like student enrolment, staff requirement, developments of Colleges and Research Departments, infrastructure needs at least for a long period of 15 years and subdividing it later into short term duration plans for five years and annual plans
  • Sponsoring specific research studies on manpower requirements, admission policies, examination reforms, internal efficiency, pooling of resources etc., and to assess the status of the current programmes of Higher Education, Research etc.
  • Appointing specific Task Forces with experts to evaluate the works being carried out by Departments, Colleges etc., of the University
  • Building up knowledge base, data base etc., for making proper projections of the future
  • To maintain linkages with State, National and International funding agencies
  • Preparing feasibility reports of projects for the University.
  • The Cell prepares the annual reports of the University incorporating the developments during the year in University Administration, Teaching, Research, Extension, Finance and Budget and Building programmes besides listing the Awards and Honours won by staff etc. It also incorporates the research publications by scientists during the year. It acts as a clearing house for information to several National and international agencies and also as a model agency for agricultural planning based on agro-climatic regions. It also assists in the Preparation of status reports of different zones for submission to planning Commission, Government of India.
  • The Cell is handed by a Coordinator of the rank of a Professor, who is under the direct control of the Vice-Chancellor with following staffing pattern.
Coordinator ONE (Professor cadre)
Economist ONE (Assistant Professor cadre)
Statistician ONE (Assistant Professor cadre)
Technical Assistant ( Agri.) ONE (Asst. Professor / Assoc. Professor cadre)
Technical Assistant ( H. Sc.) ONE (Asst. Professor / Assoc. Professor cadre)
Stenographer ONE
JACT ONE

Research Infrastructure

  • A Regional Agricultural Research Station (RARS) of the University is located in each of the nine identified agro climatic zones of the State with a total number of 16 Research Stations spread all over the state, with at least one in each district.

Infrastructure of Transfer of Technology

  • The infrastructure for implementing extension (Transfer of Technology) activities of the University is mainly through the 9 District Agricultural Advisory and Transfer of Technology Centres (DAATTCs) functioning in all the district headquarters of the state. In addition, 6 Krishi Vigyan Kendras ATIC Electronic wing Agricultural Information and Communication Centre, Extension Education Institute and the Regional Biogas Development and Training Centre located at Rajendranagar, Hyderabad campus of the University are actively promoting the Transfer of Technology activities.

Admissions :

The Professor Jayashankar Telangana State Agricultural University offers various UG degree programmes in the faculties of Agriculture, Agricultural Engineering and Home Science at its constituent colleges in Telangana State, the main campus being Rajendranagar, Hyderabad. The medium of instruction for all the U.G. programmes is ENGLISH. The duration of the all the UG programme 4 years.

The student shall satisfy minimum residential requirements and maximum duration as below.

  • The minimum residential requirement is eight semesters for U.G. Degree Programmes in the University.
  • The maximum duration of degree programmes is fourteen semesters (7 academic years).

Age:

The candidates for admission to these courses shall be required to have completed 17 years of age on 31st December of the year of admission with an upper age limit of 22 years for all the candidates and 25 years in respect of SC and ST candidates and 27 years for Physically Challenged candidates.

The eligible candidates shall be required to attend personal counseling as per the notification in the News papers and be admitted to different U.G Programmes depending on their individual merit as determined by the rank obtained in EAMCET of Telangana State following the rule of reservation as per orders of the Government of Telangana State for time to time.

Criteria for selection:

  • The students are admitted into all U.G courses except B.Sc. (Hons.) Home Science based on their performance in the state level Common Entrance Test (EAMCET) conducted by Telangana State Council of Higher Education, Government of Telangana State. The University shall invite applications from eligible candidates through notification in some of the leading news papers generally in the months of June/July.
  • In case of a tie in ranks obtained by two or more candidates in the EAMCET, the marks secured in the optional subjects of the qualifying examination shall be taken into consideration. In case of a further tie, the age of the candidate shall be taken into consideration.

Reservation of seats for the candidates coming from families of Agriculturist cum Rural Area (Farmer�s Quota):

  • Forty per cent (40%) of the seats are reserved for candidates belonging to families of Agriculturists (Farmers) owning not less than 3 acres of land either in the name of the parents or in the name of the candidates and who have studied for a minimum of 4 years in schools located in Non-Municipal areas. If the land is owned by any other relative i.e., grandfather, grandmother or guardian, it is not acceptable.
  • FORM-I: It is a proforma indicating the patta numbers and extent of land owned by the candidate / parents duly certified by the Tahsildar with his office seal (or) the candidate has to enclose attested xerox copies of pattadar pass book as an evidence of the extent of land(Agriculturist Certificate).
  • Form-II: It is a proforma to be certified by the Head Master/Principal of the School/College with his office seal that the candidate has studied for a minimum period of four years in schools located in Non-Municipal areas during the period of study from 1st class to 12th class / Intermediate (Non-Municipal Area Certificate).
  • Form-I and Form-II need to be filled in with the signatures of concerned officials viz., Tahsildar and concerned Head of Institution, respectively, along with office seal. Otherwise, the claim of the candidates under this category will be summarily rejected.

Reservation of Seats:

Backward Classes BC – A 7%
BC – B 10%
BC – C 1%
BC – D 7%
BC – E 4%
Total : 29%
Scheduled Caste (SC) : 15%
Scheduled Tribe (ST) : 6%
Other Reservations :
a) Physically Challenged : 1% for Visually Handicapped
1% for Hearing Impaired
1% for Orthopedically Handicapped
Total : 3%
b) Defence Personnel (CAP) : 2%
c) National Cadet Corps. (NCC) : 1%
d) Games & Sports : 0.5%

 

Reservation of seats for Women : In each course, 33 1/3% of the seats shall be reserved in favour of women candidates from each category as per G.O.Ms. No. 75/Edn., dated 13-3-1996 of Govt. of A.P.

THE INTAKE OF SEATS INTO VARIOUS UNDER GRADUATE PROGRAMMES:

Bi.P.C. Stream Courses (EAMCET Based)

Course Name No. of seats ICAR (15%) AGRICET (15%) AEO Department (3%) AEO University (1%) Total Capacity
B.Sc (Agriculture) 312 47 47 09 03 409
B.Sc (CA & BM) 15 02 17
B. Tech (Food Technology 36 05 41

M.P.C. Stream Courses (EAMCET Based)( Counseling will be conducted by convener EAMCET along with all other courses under Engineering Stream)

Course Name No. of seats ICAR Total
B.Tech (Agricultural Engineering) 54 08 62
B.Tech (Food Technology) 36 05 41
B. Sc (CA & BM) 07 01 08

Note: College of Food Science and Technology Bapatla and Pulivendula are in the Andhra Pradesh State. But 36%(due share of Telangana) of total intake of 90 seats in Food Science and Technology of ANGRAU colleges shall be filled up by PJTSAU based on the Telangana EAMCET. Hence 16 Seats in Bi.P.C. stream and 16 seats in MPC Stream shall be filled up through counseling . 60% of M.P.C. stream seats shall be filled by TSCHE based on T-EAMCET while 40% of MPC Stream seats under Farmers Quota shall be filled by PJTSAU.

Faculty of Home Science (Selection will be made based on the marks obtained at Intermediate Level)

Course Name No. of seats Three years Diploma course in Home Science under 10% Supernumerary ICAR Total
B.Sc (Hons.) Home Science 47 05 07 59
B.Sc (Hons.) Food Science & Nutrition 14 02 16
B.Sc (Hons.) Fashion Technology 14 02 16

Enhanced tuition and other fees for all the U.G. Courses effective from the academic year 2016-17:

S.No Item Fee (in Rupees)
UNIVERSITY FEE :
1 Tuition fee for all degree courses (per semester) 3,650/-
2 Admission Fee (at the time of admission) 500/-
3 Registration fee (per semester) 450/-
4 Academic Regulation & Course Catalogue (at the time of admission) 180/-
5 Library fee (per semester) 400/-
6 Laboratory fee (per semester) 900/-
7 Medical fee (per semester) 200/-
8 Inter College / Inter University Sports, Games & Cultural meet fee (per annum) 800/-
9 Seat Cancellation fee (including ICAR) – for General 2,000/-
for SC / ST / PH 1,000/-
TOTAL : 9,080/-
OTHER PAYMENTS
1 Application Registration fee – for General 1,200/-
for SC / ST/ PH 600/-
TOTAL : 1,200/-
NON UNIVERSITY FEE
1 Hostel Room Rent (per semester) 1,000/-
2 College magazine and student activities (per annum) 500/-
3 Student Health Care Scheme (per annum) 400/-
4 Student Welfare Fund (only at the time of admission) 160/-
5 Identity card (at the time of admission) 70/-
6 Study Tour (per annum) 450/-
7 Alumni fund (in the final semester of study) 400/-
8 Hostel establishment charges (per month / head) 500/-
9 Sports & games fee (per semester) 350/-
10 Examination Fee including Stationery (per semester) 1,100/-
11 Departmental practical fee for B.Sc (Hons) Home Science / Food Science & Nutrition (per semester) 600/-
TOTAL : 5,530/-
OTHER PAYMENTS (REFUNDABLE) :
1 Laboratory Deposit (at the time of admission) 1,200/-
2 Library Deposit (at the time of admission) 1,200/-
3 Hostel Deposit (at the time of admission) 4,000/-
4 Mess deposit (at the time of admission) 4,000/-
TOTAL : 10,400/-
GRAND TOTAL : 26,210/-

NOTE:
1. Room rent has to be collected from the students during RAWEP/Implant training period
2. Fee once paid to the University shall not be refunded. In addition, the candidate has to pay a cancellation fee if the candidate leaves the institution.

Foreign candidates nominated by the GoI /ICAR who secure an aggregate of 50% marks in Optional subjects and should have passed the qualifying examination in one attempt are eligible to seek admission in the faculty of Agriculture, Agricultural Engineering and Technology and Home Science. Candidates nominated by GoI / ICAR must have passed Physics/Chemistry/Biology or Mathematics and English up to 12th standard with an aggregate of 50% marks are eligible.

There shall be a marginal increase (10%) in the fee structure every year as per the Government orders and as approved by the Academic council of the University from time to time. Hostel facilities are available for both boys and girls in all the campuses and the same will be provided subject to the availability.

Other Payments for all the U.G.Programmes from the academic year 2016-17

S.No Item Enhanced Fee (in Rupees)
1 Bonafide (Studentship Certificate) 80/-
2 Bonafide Certificate (Duplicate) 150/-
3 Certificate of awarding degree (in lieu of lost degree) 2,500/-
4 Conduct Certificate 80/-
5 Conduct Certificate (Duplicate) 150/-
6 Convocation fee (In absentia) 1,500/-
7 Convocation fee (In person) 1,400/-
8 Degree Certificate late fee per year 150/-
Maximum Amount (Fine) 2,500/-
9 Transcript of marks 300/-
10 Transcript of Marks (Duplicate) 600/-
11 Migration Certificate 200/-
12 Provisional Certificate 200/-
13 Provisional Certificate (Duplicate) 400/-
14 Recounting of Marks (per paper) 100/-
15 Transfer Certificate 80/-
16 Transfer certificate (Duplicate) 150/-
GRAND TOTAL : 10,540/-

Under Graduate Courses:

Faculty Degree Duration (Years) Minimum qualifications required for admission
Agriculture B. Sc. (Ag.) 4 A pass in two year Intermediate Examination conducted by the Board of Intermediate Education, T.S. or any other examination recognized as equivalent thereto by the University or Intermediate Board with the following subjects namely:

i) Physical Sciences
ii) Biological or Natural Sciences
iii)Telangana State EAMCET Rank

B. Sc.(CA & BM) 4 A pass in two year Intermediate Examination conducted by the Board of Intermediate Education, T.S. or any other examination recognized as equivalent thereto by the University or Intermediate Board with the following subjects namely:

i) Physical Sciences
ii) Biological or Natural Sciences or Mathematics

Agricultural Engineering & Technology B. Tech. (Ag. Engg.) 4 A pass in two year Intermediate Examination conducted by the Board of Intermediate Education, T.S. or any other examination recognized as equivalent thereto by the University or Intermediate Board with the following subjects namely: i) Physical Sciences ii) Mathematics
B. Tech. (Food Technology) 4 A pass in two year Intermediate Examination conducted by the Board of Intermediate Education, T.S. or any other examination recognized as equivalent thereto by the University or Intermediate Board with any two of the following subjects namely:

i) Mathematics or Biological or Natural Sciences
ii) Physical Sciences

Home Science B.Sc. (Hons) Home Science (only Girls) 4 A pass in two year Intermediate examination (10+2) with BPC/MPC/MBPC subjects.

Candidates passed in a three year Diploma course in Home Science can also apply for admission into B.Sc. (Hons) Home Science course under 10% supernumerary seats.

B.Sc. (Hons) Fashion Technology (for Boys & Girls) 4 A pass in two year Intermediate examination (10+2) including Intermediate Vocational & Polytechnic (Home Science related)

Out of 40 seats – 20 students shall be admitted from the Intermediate vocational course of Commercial Garment Designing and Making (CGDM)

B.Sc. (Hons) Food Science & Nutrition (Boys and Girls) 4 A pass in two year Intermediate examination (10 + 2) with BPC / MBPC subjects or (10+2) Vocational with Home Science related subjects / Nutrition / Biochemistry / Human Physiology / Polytechnic (Home Science).

Under Graduate Colleges:

S.No College and Location Course Offered Phone Number
Faculty of Agriculture
1 The Associate Dean College of Agriculture, Rajendranagar, Hyderabad – 500030 B.Sc.(Ag.) 040-24014573,
Email: ad_ca_rnagar@yahoo.com
2 The Associate Dean Agriculture College Polasa, Jagtial – 505327 B.Sc.(Ag.) 08724-277355,
Email: agcjgl@gmail.com
3 The Associate Dean Agriculture College Aswaraopet – 507301 B.Sc.(Ag.) 08740-255466,
Email: adaswaraopet@gmail.com
4 The Associate Dean Agriculture College Palem – 509215 B.Sc.(Ag.) 08540-221177,
Email: adr_palem@rediffmail.com
5 The Associate Dean College of Agriculture, Rajendranagar, Hyderabad – 500030 B.Sc.(CA & BM) 040-24014573,
Email: ad_ca_rnagar@yahoo.com
Faculty of Home Science
6 The Associate Dean College of Home Science, Saifabad, Hyderabad – 500004 B.Sc.(Hons.) Home Science 040-23230781, 23244058,
Email: deanhsc.pjtsau@gmail.com
7 The Associate Dean College of Home Science, Saifabad, Hyderabad – 500004 B.Sc.(Hons.) Food Science and Nutrition
8 The Associate Dean College of Home Science, Saifabad, Hyderabad – 500004 B.Sc.(Hons.) Fashion Technology
Faculty of Agricultural Engineering and Technology
9 The Associate Dean College of Food Science and Technology, Rudrur – 503188 B.Tech. (Food Technology) 08467-284333,
Email: cfstrdr@gmail.com
10 The Associate Dean College of Agricultural Engineering and Technology, Sangareddy – 502001 B.Tech.(Agricultural Engineering) 08455-270003,
Email: caesrd@gmail.com

Note: The University issues a detailed admission notification during the month of June every year. The relevant information (Courses, Colleges and Seats etc…) shall be placed in the University website www.pjtsau.ac.in.

Admissions :

The Professor Jayashankar Telangana State Agricultural University offers various UG degree programmes in the faculties of Agriculture, Agricultural Engineering and Home Science at its constituent colleges in Telangana State, the main campus being Rajendranagar, Hyderabad. The medium of instruction for all the U.G. programmes is ENGLISH. The duration of the all the UG programme 4 years.

The student shall satisfy minimum residential requirements and maximum duration as below.

  • The minimum residential requirement is eight semesters for U.G. Degree Programmes in the University.
  • The maximum duration of degree programmes is fourteen semesters (7 academic years).

Age:

The candidates for admission to these courses shall be required to have completed 17 years of age on 31st December of the year of admission with an upper age limit of 22 years for all the candidates and 25 years in respect of SC and ST candidates and 27 years for Physically Challenged candidates.

The eligible candidates shall be required to attend personal counseling as per the notification in the News papers and be admitted to different U.G Programmes depending on their individual merit as determined by the rank obtained in EAMCET of Telangana State following the rule of reservation as per orders of the Government of Telangana State for time to time.

Criteria for selection:

  • The students are admitted into all U.G courses except B.Sc. (Hons.) Home Science based on their performance in the state level Common Entrance Test (EAMCET) conducted by Telangana State Council of Higher Education, Government of Telangana State. The University shall invite applications from eligible candidates through notification in some of the leading news papers generally in the months of June/July.
  • In case of a tie in ranks obtained by two or more candidates in the EAMCET, the marks secured in the optional subjects of the qualifying examination shall be taken into consideration. In case of a further tie, the age of the candidate shall be taken into consideration.

Reservation of seats for the candidates coming from families of Agriculturist cum Rural Area (Farmer�s Quota):

  • Forty per cent (40%) of the seats are reserved for candidates belonging to families of Agriculturists (Farmers) owning not less than 3 acres of land either in the name of the parents or in the name of the candidates and who have studied for a minimum of 4 years in schools located in Non-Municipal areas. If the land is owned by any other relative i.e., grandfather, grandmother or guardian, it is not acceptable.
  • FORM-I: It is a proforma indicating the patta numbers and extent of land owned by the candidate / parents duly certified by the Tahsildar with his office seal (or) the candidate has to enclose attested xerox copies of pattadar pass book as an evidence of the extent of land(Agriculturist Certificate).
  • Form-II: It is a proforma to be certified by the Head Master/Principal of the School/College with his office seal that the candidate has studied for a minimum period of four years in schools located in Non-Municipal areas during the period of study from 1st class to 12th class / Intermediate (Non-Municipal Area Certificate).
  • Form-I and Form-II need to be filled in with the signatures of concerned officials viz., Tahsildar and concerned Head of Institution, respectively, along with office seal. Otherwise, the claim of the candidates under this category will be summarily rejected.

Reservation of Seats:

Backward Classes BC – A 7%
BC – B 10%
BC – C 1%
BC – D 7%
BC – E 4%
Total : 29%
Scheduled Caste (SC) : 15%
Scheduled Tribe (ST) : 6%
Other Reservations :
a) Physically Challenged : 1% for Visually Handicapped
1% for Hearing Impaired
1% for Orthopedically Handicapped
Total : 3%
b) Defence Personnel (CAP) : 2%
c) National Cadet Corps. (NCC) : 1%
d) Games & Sports : 0.5%

 

Reservation of seats for Women : In each course, 33 1/3% of the seats shall be reserved in favour of women candidates from each category as per G.O.Ms. No. 75/Edn., dated 13-3-1996 of Govt. of A.P.

THE INTAKE OF SEATS INTO VARIOUS UNDER GRADUATE PROGRAMMES:

Bi.P.C. Stream Courses (EAMCET Based)

Course Name No. of seats ICAR (15%) AGRICET (15%) AEO Department (3%) AEO University (1%) Total Capacity
B.Sc (Agriculture) 312 47 47 09 03 409
B.Sc (CA & BM) 15 02 17
B. Tech (Food Technology 36 05 41

M.P.C. Stream Courses (EAMCET Based)( Counseling will be conducted by convener EAMCET along with all other courses under Engineering Stream)

Course Name No. of seats ICAR Total
B.Tech (Agricultural Engineering) 54 08 62
B.Tech (Food Technology) 36 05 41
B. Sc (CA & BM) 07 01 08

Note: College of Food Science and Technology Bapatla and Pulivendula are in the Andhra Pradesh State. But 36%(due share of Telangana) of total intake of 90 seats in Food Science and Technology of ANGRAU colleges shall be filled up by PJTSAU based on the Telangana EAMCET. Hence 16 Seats in Bi.P.C. stream and 16 seats in MPC Stream shall be filled up through counseling . 60% of M.P.C. stream seats shall be filled by TSCHE based on T-EAMCET while 40% of MPC Stream seats under Farmers Quota shall be filled by PJTSAU.

Faculty of Home Science (Selection will be made based on the marks obtained at Intermediate Level)

Course Name No. of seats Three years Diploma course in Home Science under 10% Supernumerary ICAR Total
B.Sc (Hons.) Home Science 47 05 07 59
B.Sc (Hons.) Food Science & Nutrition 14 02 16
B.Sc (Hons.) Fashion Technology 14 02 16

Enhanced tuition and other fees for all the U.G. Courses effective from the academic year 2016-17:

S.No Item Fee (in Rupees)
UNIVERSITY FEE :
1 Tuition fee for all degree courses (per semester) 3,650/-
2 Admission Fee (at the time of admission) 500/-
3 Registration fee (per semester) 450/-
4 Academic Regulation & Course Catalogue (at the time of admission) 180/-
5 Library fee (per semester) 400/-
6 Laboratory fee (per semester) 900/-
7 Medical fee (per semester) 200/-
8 Inter College / Inter University Sports, Games & Cultural meet fee (per annum) 800/-
9 Seat Cancellation fee (including ICAR) – for General 2,000/-
for SC / ST / PH 1,000/-
TOTAL : 9,080/-
OTHER PAYMENTS
1 Application Registration fee – for General 1,200/-
for SC / ST/ PH 600/-
TOTAL : 1,200/-
NON UNIVERSITY FEE
1 Hostel Room Rent (per semester) 1,000/-
2 College magazine and student activities (per annum) 500/-
3 Student Health Care Scheme (per annum) 400/-
4 Student Welfare Fund (only at the time of admission) 160/-
5 Identity card (at the time of admission) 70/-
6 Study Tour (per annum) 450/-
7 Alumni fund (in the final semester of study) 400/-
8 Hostel establishment charges (per month / head) 500/-
9 Sports & games fee (per semester) 350/-
10 Examination Fee including Stationery (per semester) 1,100/-
11 Departmental practical fee for B.Sc (Hons) Home Science / Food Science & Nutrition (per semester) 600/-
TOTAL : 5,530/-
OTHER PAYMENTS (REFUNDABLE) :
1 Laboratory Deposit (at the time of admission) 1,200/-
2 Library Deposit (at the time of admission) 1,200/-
3 Hostel Deposit (at the time of admission) 4,000/-
4 Mess deposit (at the time of admission) 4,000/-
TOTAL : 10,400/-
GRAND TOTAL : 26,210/-

NOTE:
1. Room rent has to be collected from the students during RAWEP/Implant training period
2. Fee once paid to the University shall not be refunded. In addition, the candidate has to pay a cancellation fee if the candidate leaves the institution.

Foreign candidates nominated by the GoI /ICAR who secure an aggregate of 50% marks in Optional subjects and should have passed the qualifying examination in one attempt are eligible to seek admission in the faculty of Agriculture, Agricultural Engineering and Technology and Home Science. Candidates nominated by GoI / ICAR must have passed Physics/Chemistry/Biology or Mathematics and English up to 12th standard with an aggregate of 50% marks are eligible.

There shall be a marginal increase (10%) in the fee structure every year as per the Government orders and as approved by the Academic council of the University from time to time. Hostel facilities are available for both boys and girls in all the campuses and the same will be provided subject to the availability.

Other Payments for all the U.G.Programmes from the academic year 2016-17

S.No Item Enhanced Fee (in Rupees)
1 Bonafide (Studentship Certificate) 80/-
2 Bonafide Certificate (Duplicate) 150/-
3 Certificate of awarding degree (in lieu of lost degree) 2,500/-
4 Conduct Certificate 80/-
5 Conduct Certificate (Duplicate) 150/-
6 Convocation fee (In absentia) 1,500/-
7 Convocation fee (In person) 1,400/-
8 Degree Certificate late fee per year 150/-
Maximum Amount (Fine) 2,500/-
9 Transcript of marks 300/-
10 Transcript of Marks (Duplicate) 600/-
11 Migration Certificate 200/-
12 Provisional Certificate 200/-
13 Provisional Certificate (Duplicate) 400/-
14 Recounting of Marks (per paper) 100/-
15 Transfer Certificate 80/-
16 Transfer certificate (Duplicate) 150/-
GRAND TOTAL : 10,540/-

Under Graduate Courses:

Faculty Degree Duration (Years) Minimum qualifications required for admission
Agriculture B. Sc. (Ag.) 4 A pass in two year Intermediate Examination conducted by the Board of Intermediate Education, T.S. or any other examination recognized as equivalent thereto by the University or Intermediate Board with the following subjects namely:

i) Physical Sciences
ii) Biological or Natural Sciences
iii)Telangana State EAMCET Rank

B. Sc.(CA & BM) 4 A pass in two year Intermediate Examination conducted by the Board of Intermediate Education, T.S. or any other examination recognized as equivalent thereto by the University or Intermediate Board with the following subjects namely:

i) Physical Sciences
ii) Biological or Natural Sciences or Mathematics

Agricultural Engineering & Technology B. Tech. (Ag. Engg.) 4 A pass in two year Intermediate Examination conducted by the Board of Intermediate Education, T.S. or any other examination recognized as equivalent thereto by the University or Intermediate Board with the following subjects namely: i) Physical Sciences ii) Mathematics
B. Tech. (Food Technology) 4 A pass in two year Intermediate Examination conducted by the Board of Intermediate Education, T.S. or any other examination recognized as equivalent thereto by the University or Intermediate Board with any two of the following subjects namely:

i) Mathematics or Biological or Natural Sciences
ii) Physical Sciences

Home Science B.Sc. (Hons) Home Science (only Girls) 4 A pass in two year Intermediate examination (10+2) with BPC/MPC/MBPC subjects.

Candidates passed in a three year Diploma course in Home Science can also apply for admission into B.Sc. (Hons) Home Science course under 10% supernumerary seats.

B.Sc. (Hons) Fashion Technology (for Boys & Girls) 4 A pass in two year Intermediate examination (10+2) including Intermediate Vocational & Polytechnic (Home Science related)

Out of 40 seats – 20 students shall be admitted from the Intermediate vocational course of Commercial Garment Designing and Making (CGDM)

B.Sc. (Hons) Food Science & Nutrition (Boys and Girls) 4 A pass in two year Intermediate examination (10 + 2) with BPC / MBPC subjects or (10+2) Vocational with Home Science related subjects / Nutrition / Biochemistry / Human Physiology / Polytechnic (Home Science).

Under Graduate Colleges:

S.No College and Location Course Offered Phone Number
Faculty of Agriculture
1 The Associate Dean College of Agriculture, Rajendranagar, Hyderabad – 500030 B.Sc.(Ag.) 040-24014573,
Email: ad_ca_rnagar@yahoo.com
2 The Associate Dean Agriculture College Polasa, Jagtial – 505327 B.Sc.(Ag.) 08724-277355,
Email: agcjgl@gmail.com
3 The Associate Dean Agriculture College Aswaraopet – 507301 B.Sc.(Ag.) 08740-255466,
Email: adaswaraopet@gmail.com
4 The Associate Dean Agriculture College Palem – 509215 B.Sc.(Ag.) 08540-221177,
Email: adr_palem@rediffmail.com
5 The Associate Dean College of Agriculture, Rajendranagar, Hyderabad – 500030 B.Sc.(CA & BM) 040-24014573,
Email: ad_ca_rnagar@yahoo.com
Faculty of Home Science
6 The Associate Dean College of Home Science, Saifabad, Hyderabad – 500004 B.Sc.(Hons.) Home Science 040-23230781, 23244058,
Email: deanhsc.pjtsau@gmail.com
7 The Associate Dean College of Home Science, Saifabad, Hyderabad – 500004 B.Sc.(Hons.) Food Science and Nutrition
8 The Associate Dean College of Home Science, Saifabad, Hyderabad – 500004 B.Sc.(Hons.) Fashion Technology
Faculty of Agricultural Engineering and Technology
9 The Associate Dean College of Food Science and Technology, Rudrur – 503188 B.Tech. (Food Technology) 08467-284333,
Email: cfstrdr@gmail.com
10 The Associate Dean College of Agricultural Engineering and Technology, Sangareddy – 502001 B.Tech.(Agricultural Engineering) 08455-270003,
Email: caesrd@gmail.com

Note: The University issues a detailed admission notification during the month of June every year. The relevant information (Courses, Colleges and Seats etc…) shall be placed in the University website www.pjtsau.ac.in.

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International Programmes

1. Guidelines for foreign visits and Application for participation in Training Programme/Conference/Workshoop/Seminar etc.
2. Daily allowance rates for various countries

INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMMES
To respond to the rapidly changing global environment, the office of the Director (International Programmes), PJTSAU, Rajendranagar, Hyderabad serves as an internal and external liaison for the University, providing assistance to faculty, administrators and students in enhancing their ability to pursue and develop international activities and initiatives. It promotes the process of actively partnering with the International Universities and Organizations to effectively utilize and apply the university’s knowledge, resources and expertise to mutually address the needs and problems facing the global society.

OBJECTIVES

  • Facilitate collaborative faculty and student exchange and research to address issues and problems of global significance.
  • Extend the University’s international engagement through research programs designed in collaboration with faculty from international organizations, institutions and governments.
  • Enhance access to world-wide information through extensive resources as well as the exchange of print and electronic media through international networks.
  • Build strong and effective international alumni network to promote international research, education and related university goals.

ACTIVITIES
It offers a wide range of support services to help faculty advance their international research, education and extension and create international linkages with leading universities and institutions. It plays a prominent role in implementing the following activities:

  • International Agreements
  • Collaborative Research Projects
  • Coordinate faculty participation in overseas programmes
  • Coordinate the visit of foreign delegations

It extends itself globally through international agreements, which are facilitated through the Director (International Programmes). International agreements made between PJTSAU and other international institutions provide for the reciprocal exchange of students and general collaboration on faculty visits, academic interchange, or other matters of mutual interest.

Contact Information
The Director (International Programmes)
Administrative Office

Professor Jayashankar Telangana State Agricultural University
Rajendranagar
Hyderabad – 500 030
Telangana State, India
Phone/Fax (O): +91 – 040-24017868
Email ID: pjtsau.ip@gmail.com

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