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The university established in 1974, has completed four decades of its existence as the pioneer institute of Agricultural Education, Research and Extension. The main objective of this Viswavidyalaya is to provide facilities for the study of Agriculture, Horticulture and Agricultural Engineering. It is also to conduct researches in these sciences and undertake the educational and extension programmes in agriculture among the rural clientele base, keeping in view the requirements of the state.
 

NIRF - India Ranking 2018 (MHRD, GOI)
BCKV ranked 75 in University Category-                              Click here

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NIRF Ranking-2016

BCKV Ranked 1st among State Agricultural Universities & 31st among Top 100 Universities of India.
National Ranking of Indian Universities – 2016 by MHRD, Govt. of India.
 

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From the Vice Chancellorís Desk

 

Dr. D.D. Patra
Vice-Chancellor

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