“Agriculture is the most healthful, most useful, and most noble employment of man.”

George Washington.

One out of every two people on this planet struggles to feed and educate their children. When powered by opportunity, they have a chance to work their way out of poverty and transform their lives. The importance of agriculture cannot be over-emphasized, and today’s world still relies heavily on what the land can produce. The difference in modern times is that, in many countries, agriculture has become a fast-moving, high-tech industry that is continually developing. The aim is to constantly improve land yield, whether through genetically modified crops, protecting rare seed varieties and advancing new farming methods.

Therefore, our objective is to create a positive learning environment that will support the integration of our academic and agricultural programs. We also provide opportunities for students to study Agricultural Science with the goal of developing marketable skills so that our children can help to combat the problems our nation as well as the world as a whole is facing. Keeping in mind that the arable land is fixed in supply however the population is increasing at a geometric rate and the pressure lies on the shoulders of the agriculturists. Therefore, not only agriculturists but each and every individual should start immediately with subsistence backyard farming which would ease the problem of food shortage, malnutrition and poverty. This would also enhance agricultural education beginning at home, supply of fresh crops, vegetables and livestock, form of exercise and huge savings for the family.

Finally, a sincere appreciation goes to our hardworking department teachers; Mrs Roshlin Prasad, Miss Marica Talemailagi, Mr Kavnil Reddy and the administrators for the guidance and support.