The objectives of the B. Tech. degree programme in Agricultural and Environmental Engineering are to:
Train engineers capable of applying engineering principles to agricultural mechanization, crop and food production, preservation and storage, farm and agricultural business management, irrigation, farm structures, rural electrification, waste water and effluent management and environmental planning and management.
Train engineers for the economic selection, optimum utilization, operation, maintenance and repair of labour saving equipment that are used in agriculture and environmental management with the objective of maximizing the benefits derived from them.
Train engineers who can relate their activities to the needs of the society in general and to develop in them a sense of responsibility that is required for their professional work.
- Identify the limitation of our students and to make a real effort to provide compensating measures.
Make continuing reappraisal of our curriculum to ensure its consistency with the goal of training the most productive agricultural engineer that the given parameters of time and financial outlay will permit.