Punjab Agricultural University

The Punjab Agricultural University (PAU) in Ludhiana, Punjab is one of the State Agricultural Universities in India. It was established in 1962 and is the nation's oldest agricultural university, after Govind Ballabh Pant University of Agriculture & Technology, Pantnagar. It has an international reputation for excellence in agriculture. It pioneered the Green Revolution in India in 1960s and is considered as one of the best agricultural universities in Asia.

It was bifurcated in 2005 with the formation of Guru Angad Dev Veterinary and Animal Sciences University.

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Punjab Agricultural University - Programs and Facilities
... At present the university offers five bachelor's degrees, 51 master's degree and 42 doctorate programmes in 50 departments of five constituent colleges ... Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) College of Agricultural Engineering - Bachelor of Technology (BTech), Master of Engineering (MTech), PhD College of Home Sciences College of Basic Sciences ... In 1988 the university switched from the trimester to semester system and in 1993 it switched from the letter grade system to a 10.00 credit point average system ...
Baldev Singh Dhillon
... Baldev Singh Dhillon Born 1947 Amritsar, Punjab, British India Residence India Nationality Indian Fields Agricultural science (Genetics) Institutions Punjab Agricultural ... Guru Nanak Dev University ... University of Hohenheim ...

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