The major task of Agricultural Engineering is to apply technological and engineering tools to increase agriculture production, improve product quality and increase system efficiency while preserving the quality of the environment.
Agricultural Engineering is used for new land development and thereby increase corp yield. It is responsible for enhancing agricultural production by optimizing irrigation, drainage and soil convertion. The rapidly expanding world needs food and agricultural raw materials, together with the requirement to conserve, preserve and efficiently use agricultural resources.
Agricultural Engineers boost systems that involve machinery, food processing techniques and efficient ways to conserve water resources of the country. Environmental and social problems are the part of this new dimension.
Academic Programs The department offers the following degree programs: