Agricultural University (Peshawar) - History

History

The history of Agricultural University can be traced to the College of Agriculture established in 1957 as a constituent college of theTemplate:???}. In 1974, the college became a Faculty of Agriculture under the University of Peshawar. It attained its autonomous status as Agricultural University, Peshawar in 1981.

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