Course outcome and Objectives

                                                                Bharat Group of Colleges

                                                             Department of Agriculture

                                                     Course Objective and Course Outcome

Course Code

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Student will try to



1 .Knowledge and understanding of: The range of plant diversity in terms of structure, function and environmental relationships.


2. Intellectual skills – Able to: Think logically and organize tasks into a structured form.



3.Scientific Knowledge: Apply the knowledge of basic science, life sciences and fundamental process of plants to study and analyze any plant form.









Student will able to



1.Critically evaluation of ideas and arguments by collection relevant information about the plants, so as recognize the position of plant in the broad classification and phylogenetic  level.

2 . Identify problems and independently propose solutions using creative approaches, acquired through interdisciplinary experiences, and a depth and breadth of knowledge/expertise in the field of Plant Identification.

3.  Accurately interpretation of collected information and use taxonomical information to evaluate and formulate a position of plant in taxonomy.



2. BAGE1-102










































Student will try to


To provide students with an understanding of some of the important physiological principles to crop and pasture production and how these principles can be applied to agricultural systems.

 The course has two modules:

(a) physiological bases of crop and pasture growth and resource utilization.

 (b) Impact of management practices on productivity, resource utilization, weed management and soil health.





Student will able to


1.Describe the role of physiological processes controlling plant growth and development.

2.Understand the effect of environment and management on crop growth, rate of development, water and nutrient use efficiency.

3.Describe the impact of latest crop management practices on crop productivity and resource use efficiency.

4.Undertake sampling of plants and soils for routine analysis of soil water and crop growth and development.


3. BAGE1-103










































Student will try to


1 . To develop an understanding and knowledge of the basic and applied chemical, physical, and biological concepts in soil.

 2. To develop an understanding of the origin, classification, and distribution of soils and their relationship to people and food production.

3. To develop an understanding of the management and conservation of soils.

4. To develop an understanding of the environmental impact of soil use.





Student will able to


Learn the importance of soil analysis and its relation to sustainable use and be able to plan, undertake, analyse and report soil physical, chemical and biological investigations.

Gain general, analytical understanding of tests pertinent to soil chemical, physical and biological assessment.














4. BAGEI-105

























Vegetable Production Technology


















Student will try to


1 . To create awareness about  vegetable  gardening.

2. To improve skills for growing fresh and safe vegetables without use of any pesticide.


3. To provide complete set of production technology including quality seedlings and potted plants of summer and winter vegetables.









Student will able to



1. Understand and analyze the factors that  affect the distribution of the industry at the global to regional levels form small community and roof to gardens to  large acreage commercial production for local consumption processing and export.

2.Understand and challenges and opportunities   facing  the vegetable industry in the 21 century