The Central Agricultural University is fully residential and has seven constituent colleges and three Krishi Vigyan Kendras. The university has extensions in six North-eastern states: Manipur, Meghalaya, Tripura, Sikkim, Arunachal Pradesh and Mizoram.
|Name of the Institution||Central Agricultural University|
|Type of Institution||Agriculture|
|Location||Iroisemba, Imphal- 795 004
|Courses Offered||Undergraduate Courses in:
Postgraduate Courses in:
|Admission Procedure||The admission for undergraduate programs is done on the basis of the applicants’ score in the entrance test that is conducted by the ICAR (Indian Council of Agricultural Research). Admissions are also done through nominations of the NE states.
For the post graduation courses, 75% of the seats are taken up by the students of the university who have passed their graduation (on merit basis). The remaining 25% students are screened from the applicants who have appeared for the all-India entrance test.
|Fee Structure||Fees at the time of admission:
Undergraduate : INR 1,500
Postgraduate : INR 2,100
|Examinations & Results||Semester system of examinations|
|Eligibility Criteria||Usually the applicants for undergraduate courses have to pass their higher secondary examinations with Physics, Chemistry, and Biology. They need to score a minimum of 50% marks in the same.|
|Established in the Year||The university was established in 1992 through the Central Agricultural University Act but became functional in 1993 after the first Vice-Chancellor joined office.|
|Facts & Figures||43% of the students in this university are girls.|