Tamil Nadu Agricultural University - History

History

  • The Tamil Nadu Agricultural University traces its roots to the Agricultural School at Saidapet, Chennai, established in 1868.
  • In 1906 the school was relocated to Coimbatore.
  • On 1 June 1971 the university itself was established. with erstwhile Faculty of Agriculture of University of Madras as nucleus

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