If villages are the backbone of the country.. Farmers are the pillars of those villages. Agricultural scientists and researchers are constantly working to make agriculture profitable for rice farmers and develop crops that give them high yields. This Agriculture College is preparing such agricultural scientists and researchers. Bhadradri Kothagudem (Bhadradri Kothagudem) Agricultural College in Ashwaraopet of District Telangana is recognized as the second largest agricultural college in the state. Although established in 1996, this college was started by the then Minister of Agriculture SV Subbareddy in the united state of Andhra Pradesh. Known as NG Ranga Agricultural University, this agricultural college was initially affiliated to Andhra Pradesh Agricultural University. After the accession of Telangana state, Telangana government changed the name of Njiranga Agricultural University and named it as Acharya Jayashankar Agricultural University. This is the second largest agricultural college established in Telangana state.
While Rajendranagar Agriculture College in the state capital Hyderabad is recognized as the first largest college in the state, Acharya Jayashankar Agricultural College in Ashwaropet is the second largest. It was set up with the aim of providing cultivation experiments, good seed preparation and technical methods in an agriculture based state.
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It is one of the college that laid the foundation for agricultural education and research in the state. This college has produced many agronomists. It is an educational institution that stands by the farmer who provides rice to the country. Agricultural education was taught according to the needs of the country. Acharya Jayashankar Agricultural College is distinguished by inviting modernity while giving importance to traditions in cultivation. Those who have studied here are not only in the field of agriculture but also in the fields of science, technology, administration and politics. The services and achievements of all of them in the field of cultivation are few. The college is spread over an area of about 254 acres amidst a variety of orchards and agricultural crops in a completely rural environment.
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Nestled in the midst of natural beauty in a pleasant environment, this college offers seats to 120 students every year for the four-year agricultural education courses on the basis of ensemble rank. The college has adopted a village called Maddikunta, which is far away from the college, and the students of this college are conducting various programs to impart cultivation skills to the farmers and produce high yield with less labor investment. It is noteworthy that in the research center of this college, training classes are also given to farmers in the field of mango, cashew mango, palm oil and other crops. Quality mango and cashew mango plants have also been developed for the farmers of the surrounding area and are being offered to the farmers at low cost through the college nurseries.
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