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information about the 2020 b.sc agri admission
So the admission to B.sc agriculture admission is done basically in 2 modes.
1. By scoring good marks in examination which is a direct admission.
2. By getting qualified in a written exam conducted by the university. For, the admission the university grants merit - based admission to B.sc agriculture program.
Hope it helps.
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what is the procedure for admission?
It depends from course to course. Actually it offers B.Sc Agriculture course and M.Sc Agriculture course.
For B.Sc you need to write an entrance exam conducted by ICAR for Agriculture based course.
For M.Sc you need to write the Entrance conducted by TNAU.
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