Acharya N. G. Ranga Agricultural University (ANGRAU) was established under the name of Andhra Pradesh Agricultural University (APAU) on the 12th of June 1964 through the APAU Act 1963. Later, it was renamed as Acharya N. G. Ranga Agricultural University in honour and memory of the noted Parliamentarian and Kisan Leader, Acharya N. G. Ranga. In 2007, ANGRAU was awarded with ICAR awards.
ANGRAU is situated at Karlapalem road, Guntur District, Bapatla, Andhra Pradesh. Nearest railway station is Appikatla railway station, Andhra Pradesh. Students can take bus or cab from the nearest railway station to reach the college.
Accreditation and Collaborations:
- ANGRAU is collaborated with several National Organizations like, Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR), University Grants Commission (UGC) and the Government of India. It is having collaborative research programmes with most of the All India Coordinated Research Projects (AICRP) for which funds are received from ICAR.
- This college is also collaborated with international universities like Alabama A & M university, USA, Alcorn State University, Auburn University, Cornell University, North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, USA, etc.
Exams and Cutoffs
For Undergraduate Courses:
- Admission of the student will be based on the performance in the state level Common Entrance Test (EAMCET) conducted during the year of admission by the AP State Council of Higher Education, Government of Andhra Pradesh.
- In the case of B.Sc. (Hons) Community Science, the eligibility criteria is a pass in two year intermediate Examination either M.P.C. or Bi.P.C.
For Postgraduate courses:
- The candidates should have passed the relevant Bachelor's Degree examination specified against each course from the ANGRAU or from any State Agricultural University (SAU) or Central Agricultural University (CAU).
- Only women candidates are eligible for M.Sc. (Home Science) course.
- The upper age limit is 40 years.
- 10% seats are reserved for NRIs / Industry Sponsored Candidates.
For Doctoral Courses:
- Admission to this course will be made by a Selection Committee constituted by the Vice-Chancellor.
- The candidates should appear for the entrance test and interview at specified places at Bapatla.
Clubs, Societies and Committee:
- Krishi Vigyan Kendras(KVKs): Farm Science centres: KrishiVigyan Kendra (Farm Science Centre) is an innovative institution of ICAR established at district level. The first KVK was established during 1974. KVKs play a vital role in conducting on farm testing to identify location specific agricultural technologies and demonstrating the production potential of crops at farmers’ fields through front-line demonstrations.
- District Agricultural Advisory and Transfer of Technology Centres (DAATTCs): This centre was established in 1998. The main motive of this centre is to assess and refine the technologies generated by the research scientists and their suitability to different farming situations.
- Agricultural Information and Communication Centre (AI&CC): The Agricultural Information and Communication Centre (AI&CC) is an extension unit at headquarters of ANGRAU which supports the university in dissemination of farm information. Objective of this centre is printing and sale of ANGRAU publications along with arranging exhibitions at national and state level as forums.
- Farmers Call Centre: First and foremost in the history of Indian Agriculture “Farmers Call Centre” with an innovative idea of transferring novel scientific technology in Agriculture to the farming community. It is accessible to the farmers of Andhra Pradesh on toll free number 1800 425 0430 connected to all villages.
- Geospatial Tech. Centre: Geospatial technology encompasses a broad range of modern tools including remote sensing, geographical information system, global positioning system and internet mapping applications contributing to the collection, analysis, interpretation and mapping of spatial data. Geospatial tools enable quantification of spatial and temporal variability of climate and soil conditions across regions.
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what is the cutoff ranks for 2020 AP EAMCET for College of agricultural engineering Bapatla joining
Cut Off for Acharya NG Ranga Agricultural College in Baptla is not yet released. Compared to the last year there are 85% of seats for the applicants in Andhra Pradesh. The eligibility criteria for this college is 10+2 with 75% marks and minimum of 65% marks in EAMCET. There are 29% seats reserved for the BC category, 15% for SC category, 6% for SC category and 3% for the PH category. And the rest 15% seats are for the open category students. So, if you score a minimum of 65% score in EAMCET you have great chances to get seat in Acharya NG Ranga Agricultural College.
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College of agricultural engineering Bapatla cut off ranks 2019
As you must know that the entrance exam held by the Engineering Agricultural and Medical Common Entrance test under the state of Andhra Pradesh. So, their released 2019 cut-off rank was different regarding numerous categories , as-
For general aspirants the rank is around 92122.
For OBC candidates the rank is almost close to the general category.
For SC and ST category the ranks were 49282 and 81278 respectively.
For PWD candidates the rank was around 92122
For BC-B category the rank was 59805
For BC-E category the rank was 103116
For BC-D category the rank was 54449
And for Economically weaker sections the rank was around 92112
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