The Government of Kerala, the Walk-in interview for Kerala Agricultural University has issued a notification for the recruitment of 3 Teaching Assistants Post vacancies. The candidates who have passed required qualification for Teaching Assistants posting, are eligible to apply Kerala Agricultural University Teaching Assistants Posts Recruitment 2016-17.
Educational qualification for the Kerala Agricultural University recruitment 2017 must have completed in MSc. Agricultural Economics, MSc. Agronomy & MSc. Agronomy /Agricultural Meteorology Kerala Agricultural University recruitment 2017. Age of candidates should not be above 36 years as on 01.02.2017. Relaxation as per rules will be given
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Name of the Organization: Kerala Agricultural University
Total no of vacancies: 3 posts
Official Website: www.kau.in
Location of Exam centers: Wayanad
Name of the Post (Designation): Teaching Assistants
Educational Qualification: MSc. Agricultural Economics, MSc. Agronomy & MSc. Agronomy /Agricultural Meteorology
Pay Scale: 35000/- per month
Age Limit: 36 years
The last date for receipt of applications & Date of interview 25th February 2017
Agricultural economists employ principles and concepts of economics to learn more about the supply and demand of goods and services in the agricultural sector.
Agronomists have varied duties that require them to think critically to solve problems. First and foremost, agronomists experiment and plan studies to improve crop yields.
The history of agricultural education in Kerala can be traced back to the year 1896 when a scheme was evolved in the erstwhile Travancore State to train a few young men in scientific agriculture at the Demonstration Farm, Karamana, Thiruvananthapuram, presently, the Cropping Systems Research Centre under Kerala Agricultural University. Agriculture was introduced as an optional subject in the middle school classes in the State in 1922 when an Agricultural Middle School was started at Aluva, Ernakulam District. The popularity and usefulness of this school led to the starting of similar institutions at Kottarakkara and Konni in 1928 and 1931 respectively. Agriculture was later introduced as an optional subject for Intermediate Course in 1953. In 1955, the erstwhile Government of Travancore-Cochin started the Agricultural College and Research Institute at Vellayani, Thiruvananthapuram and the College of Veterinary and Animal Sciences at Mannuthy, Thrissur for imparting higher education in agricultural and veterinary sciences, respectively. These institutions were brought under the direct administrative control of the Department of Agriculture and the Department of Animal Husbandry, respectively. With the formation of Kerala State in 1956, these two colleges were affiliated to the University of Kerala. The post-graduate programmes leading to M.Sc. (Ag), M.V.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees were started in 1961, 1962 and 1965 respectively. On the recommendation of the Second National Education Commission (1964-66) headed by Dr. D.S. Kothari, the then Chairman of the University Grants Commission, one Agricultural University in each State was established. The State Agricultural Universities (SAUs) were established in India as an integral part of the National Agricultural Research System to give the much needed impetus to Agriculture Education and Research in the Country. As a result the Kerala Agricultural University (KAU) was established on 24th February 1971 by virtue of the Act 33 of 1971 and started functioning on 1st February 1972. The Kerala Agricultural University is the 15th in the series of the SAUs