Welcome to All
An Overview of IAAS
B. Sc. in Agriculture
Cell no. 9845086056
Dean Prof. Dr. Sundar Man Shrestha
200 students ( Agriculture)
40 students (Veterinary)
Affiliation Tribhuvan University
The main objective of IAAS is
to train competent manpower in agriculture and
allied disciplines, and to promote research,
development and technology dissemination in
Under Graduate Program
Bachelor of Science in Agriculture (B. Sc. Ag.)
Bachelor of Veterinary Science (B. V. Sc. & A. H.)
Post Graduate Program
Situated in Chitwan district
About 10 KM south
west from Bharatpur
of Science in
. Sc. Ag
. V. Sc
Department of Agricultural Economics
Department of Agricultural Extension and Sociology
Basic Science and Humanities
Department of Agronomy
Department of Animal Breeding and Biotechnology
Department of Animal Nutrition and Fodder Production
Department of Aquaculture
Department of Entomology
Department of Environmental Science
Department of Horticulture
Department of Livestock Production and Management
Department of Plant Breeding
Department of Plant Pathology
Department of Soil Science and Agricultural Engineering
Department of Veterinary Anatomy
Pharmacology and Surgery
Department of Veterinary Pathology and Clinic
Department of Veterinary Microbiology and
Department of Veterinary
Department of Veterinary
Medicine and Public Health
Total area of Campus is 235 ha with Agronomy (51 ha.), Horticulture
(28 ha.), Livestock and fish farms (98 ha.).
Girls hostel has a capacity of 100 students & boys
hostels accommodate 600 student.
Students have formed Arts Club, health Club and Youth Red
Circle and IAAS Cultural Society.
IAAS features the first biotechnology
laboratory in Nepal; this facility has
laboratories which provide DNA and protein
based molecular analysis.
Paklihawa Campus was established in Rupandehi district only 4 km
south west of Bhairahawa, head quarter of the district.
It represents a very significant ecological region of Nepal.
The campus has moderate level of facilities to carry out
undergraduate teaching, farms research in agricultural sciences.
Lamjung Campus was established in Lamjung District, only 28 Km
away from Dumre and 114 Km from Kathmandu.
It represents mid hill ecological region of the country.
The campus is fortified with physical and trained human resources
to provide standard agricultural education in this region.
2 Semesters in a year
1 Semester= 90 effective working days
Altogether 8 Semesters in Agriculture with Work
Semesters in Veterinary with
I. Sc. Or 10+2 (Science)
Minimum 50% in total
At least 100 full marks in English,
Chemistry and Biology
At least 50 full marks in Mathematics and
3 copies of PP size photos
Copies of Citizenship, Mark sheets,
migration and Character Certificates
Total 160 Questions based on MULTIPLE CHOICE OBJECTIVE TYPE
Total 160 Marks
Note: Agriculture type questions may include in Botany whereas Veterinary
type questions in Zoology and GK is extra
terrestrial i.e., not bounded.
Result score depends upon 10% Score from SLC, 10% from
I. Sc. Or 10+2 and 80% from Entrance Examination.
Pass mark is 80 whereas Selection is done on the basis of
High Scoring i.e. Merit basis.
Results will be published within day of Entrance conducted.
Quotas/ Seat distribution
. Dwanda pidit
IDF (Institutional Development Fund
IDF (For All)
IDF fee in Agriculture Rs. 1 Lac (for 4 years)
Veterinary Rs. 2.5 Lac(for 5 years)
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