Admission and Application Forms

Admissions

The Registrar of the University is mandated with a task of conducting admissions for various postgraduate, undergraduate, and diploma courses. Admissions for the various courses are generally made in the month of June/July of each academic year in accordance with the regulations laid down from time to time by the University as per the rules of the Government of Telangana.

Reservation for Children of Farmers (Farmer’s Quota):

Forty per cent (40%) of the seats in the University are reserved for candidates coming from families of Agriculturists (Farmers) owning not less than ONE acre of land either in the name of the parents or in the name of the candidatesand who have studied for aminimum of 4 years in schools located in Non-Municipal areas.

If the land is owned by grandfather, grandmother or guardian or any other relations, it is not acceptable.To be eligible under the quota, a candidate has to submit Form-I along with Form-II.

FORM-I: It is a proforma to be certified by the Head Master of the School with his office seal that the candidate has studied for a minimum period of four years in schools located in Non-Municipal areas during their period of study from 1st class to 12th class / Intermediate (Non-Municipal Area Certificate).

FORM-II: It is a proforma indicating the patta numbers and extent of land owned by the candidate / parents duly certified by the Tahsildar with his office seal (or) the candidatehas to upload attested photocopies of pattadar pass book as an evidence of the extent of agricultural land.

S.No. Course No. of seats reserved under Farmer’s Quota
1. B.Sc.(Hons.)Agriculture 173
2. B.Tech.(Food Technology) 16
3. B.Tech.(Agril. Engineering) 18


Reservation for admission into B.Sc.(Hons.) Community Science and Diploma Courses for candidates who have studied in Non-Municipal (Rural) Areas:

Forty per cent (40%) of the seats in B.Sc.(Hons.) Community Science and all (100%) the seats in Diploma courses are reserved for candidates who have studied in Non-Municipal (Rural) Areas.

Candidates seeking admission under this category should produce a certificate(s) from the Heads of Institutions that the candidate has studied for a minimum period of 4 years in schools located in Non-Municipal (Rural) Areas during their period of study from 1st class to 12th class/Intermediate (any four years). The relevant information should be furnished in Form-I.

FORM-I: It is a proforma to be certified by the Headof the Institution with the office seal, that the candidate has studied for a minimum period of four years in the institutions located in Non-Municipal (Rural) Areas during their period of study from 1st class to 12th class / Intermediate(any four years).

S.No. Course No. of seats reserved under Rural Quota
1. B.Sc.(Hons.) Community Science 19
2. Diploma in Agriculture 620
3. Diploma in Seed Technology 80
4. Diploma in Agricultural Engineering 110
5. Diploma in Organic Agriculture 60