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Polytechnic in Horticulture

Junagadh Agricultural University

Junagadh

Year of Establishment : 2009-2010
History
 
:
Previously, it was a diploma school for Horticulture. Considering the present trend towards the horticultural crops, Government of Gujarat has sanctioned the new scheme entitled “ Establishment of Polytechnic in Horticulture “ at Junagadh Agricultural University, Junagadh vide their resolution no. JKV- 122008-377 –k-2, dated 31-05-2008. This course is started medium English with three years including six semester
(1) ADMISSION PROCEDURE:
1.1 Central Admission Committee
As per the powers conferred on State Council under Section 25(7)(g) of the Gujarat Agricultural Universities Act-2004, Council of State Agricultural Universities  constituted a Committee called “ Central Admission Committee  for Diploma  Courses to regulate the admission of candidates to  all  diploma courses.
1.1
Central Admission Committee
Registrars  of  SAUs
2
Principals of  Polytechnics of  SAUs
3
Member Secretary of the Council of State Agricultural Universities or a representative of the State Council nominated by Member Secretary Provided that the State Council may nominate one of the Vice-Chancellors as Nodal Officer (Academic) to supervise and co-ordinate centralized admissions till State Council becomes functionally viable. The Committee is to carry out the admission process in a fair and transparent manner. The admission process is conducted by this Committee strictly on the basis of merit and the preference of the candidate.
The functions of the Committee are as follows:
  • The Committee shall supervise, monitor and control the entire process of admission to the candidates seeking admissions to the all Diploma programmes.
  • The Committee shall prepare the merit list in accordance with the provisions of the acts and the rules made there under.
  • The Committee shall perform such other functions as may be assigned to it by the Council and Government.
1.2
While preparing the merit list, the committee will observe rules or instructions as laid down in this regard by the State Council from time to time.
1.3
The Principals of the Polytechnics of SAUs shall verify normal physical fitness, original mark sheets, Certificates, etc. of the candidates called at the time of reporting for admission.
1.2 Availability of Seats: 35
 
The maximum number of candidates to be admitted in first semester of the Diploma course will be in accordance to the intake capacity decided by the University form time to time.  At present the intake capacity of Polytechnic in Horticulture is 35.
1.3 Invitation of Application:
1.3.1
The State Council / Nodal Officer shall invite online applications for the Diploma programme by an admission notice published in leading Gujarati Newspapers near the date of declaration of the results of Secondary School Certificate Examination (SSCE).
1.3.2 Candidates seeking admission to Diploma Courses will apply after declaration of SSCE results as per guidelines given in the advertisement in leading Gujarati News paper.
1.4 Eligibility for admission
1.4.1 The candidate should have passed Secondary School Certificate Examination (SSCE) from Gujarat State or other equivalent examination with Local language, Social Science/Social Studies, Science & Technology / Science, Mathematics subjects along with English as a compulsory subject.
  The minimum requirement of percentage of marks obtained in the above mentioned qualifying examination for admission to Diploma Courses shall be as under. 
  (i) Schedule Caste (SC) Candidates 33%
  (ii) Schedule Tribe (ST) Candidates 33%
  (iii) Social and Educationally Backward Communities (SEBC) Candidates 40%
  (iv) All other candidates other than those for which contrary provision has been made in the rules(General) 40%
1.4.2 For the purpose of admission a candidate should have passed the qualifying examination from
  1 The Gujarat Secondary Education Board    OR 
  2 The candidate who have passed qualifying examination from CBSE/ School of Council of Secondary School Certificate Examination, New Delhi/ National Institute of Open Schooling/ International School Board/ Maharashtra State Education Board will be considered as eligible provided that 
    (a) The School in which the candidate has studied should be located in the Gujarat State   OR
    (b) The School in which the candidate has studied should be located in the Union Territories of Diu, Daman and Dadara Nagar Haveli and whose parents are origin of Gujarat State  OR 
    (c) The student is domicile of Nizar Taluka (Gujarat State) but has passed qualifying examinations from Maharashtra State.
1.4.3
A candidate whose parents are origin of Gujarat and are serving out of Gujarat in the service of Central Government or other State Governments, Military, Boards or Corporations owned or controlled by the Central Government or other State Governments or any nationalized bank and who has passed the qualifying examination from the State where parents are serving shall be eligible for admission and his candidature shall be included in the merit list subject to submission of the document / certificate of origin of Gujarat at the time of verification of document at the Help Center.
1.4.4 A candidate who has passed the qualifying examination and,
  1 Whose parents are serving in the category of service as shown below and
  2 Who are transferred from other States to Gujarat and have resumed their duty in the place where they are transferred in Gujarat and shall remain so transferred in the State of Gujarat at the time of registration for admission shall be eligible for admission and his candidature shall be included in the second merit list. The Candidate has to provide certificate for the same (a to f) at the time of verification of application form at the help center.
    Category of Service
  a Officers or Employees of Central Government; or
  b Officers or Employees of Public Sector Undertakings of Central Government and State Government; or
  c Officers or Employees of Nationalized Banks; or
  d Officers or Employees of United Nations, UNICEF, World Health Organization and such other International Institutions located in Gujarat State; or
  e Officers or Employees of Indian Administrative Service, Indian Police Service, Indian Forest Service of Gujarat Cadre working in Gujarat or working in other States on deputation from Gujarat; or
  f Officers or Employees of Gujarat Government posted outside Gujarat State for administrative reasons.
1.4.5 Weightage of five percent of marks will be given to the farmer’s son / Daughters / Brothers / Sisters / Grand Sons / Grand Daughters subject to production of certificate 7-12 and 8-A record of current year from competent authority for having land in Gujarat under cultivation by himself / his /her Father, his / her Mother, his / her Grand Father (Paternal) his / her Grand Mother (Paternal) and his / her Brother/Sister subject to fulfillment of minimum qualifications required for admission to diploma in Agriculture and Diploma in Horticulture only.
1.4.6 The sportsmen / women will be given weightage for the admission as under :
 
No.
Event
Weightage (%)
 
(i) Participation at the International Level
  (ii) Participation at the National Level / All India Level 1
    (a)   Secured 1st position
    (b)   Secured 2nd position
    (c)   Secured 3rd position
  (iii) Participation at the State Level  
    (a)   Secured 1st position
    (b)   Secured 2nd position 0.5 
  Note:The benefit of the above weightage shall be given to the student once during his/her University career.
1.5  Age Limit:
  The minimum age requirement of a Candidate on 31st December of the yearof
his/her first admission to the diploma course shall be 15 years and maximum up to 25 years.
1.6 Reservation:
  The University shall reserve seats for admission of the candidates belonging to  following categories
Sr. No.
Particulars of Seats
Reservation (%)
Remarks
(1)
Schedule Caste (SC)
7
Reservation of these seats shall be interchangeable among SC / ST candidates.
(2)
Schedule Tribes (ST)
15
 
(3)
Socially and Educationally Backward Communities (SEBC)
27
As specified by the Government of Gujarat and does not fall under Creamy layer section.
(4)
Disables (Physically Challenged)
3
It will be adjusted against respective category.
(5)
Children of defense personnel and Ex-service man (Army)
1
__
Provided that nothing in this regulation shall require the University to admit candidates larger in number or with academic and other qualifications lower than those prescribed except in situation as in Regulation. 
1.7 Parsi Community:
One additional seat shall be reserved for Parsi Community who is domicile of Gujarat State. This seat will be non-transferable.
1.7.1
The candidate seeking admission on reserved seat shall be required to produce a certificate of Parsi community issued from the competent authority.
1.7.2
The admission of a student of Parsi community on a reserved seat shall be valid subject to verification by the authority empowered in this behalf.
In case the certificate is found invalid on verification, he shall not have right to claim his admission on reserved seat and if he has been already granted admission such admission shall be cancelled at any point of time.
 
2. PROFILE OF TEACHERS FACULTY-WISE
Sr.
Name and Designation
Education Qualification
Specialized subject
Contact No. and Email
1.
Dr. J. V. Polara
Principal
Ph.D
Ag. Chem. & Soil Science

99251 84700
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2.
Dr. S. M. Makvana
Assistant Professor
Ph.D Pl. Breeding & Genetics 99096 90770
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3.
Dr. V.L. Purohit
Assistant Professor
Ph.D Horticulture 99256 46312
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4.
Shri D.M. Nandolia
Asstt.Ext.Edu.
M. Sc. Horticulture 78742 21822
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5.
Ku. I.L.Pithia
Agril. Officer
M. Sc. Horticulture --
6.
Shri M.G. Chavda
Agril. Asstt.
Diploma in Agriculture ------ 98793 20795
7.
Shri H.M.Kunjadia
Agril. Asstt
Diploma in Agriculture ------
97265 92770
8.
Shri R.G. Vasoya
Lab. Technician
B.Sc. Chemistry 94279 85848
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9.
Shri M.P. Bhayani
Sr. Clerk
SSC (Old) ------ 98256 68155
10.
Shri H.G.Gardhariya
Peon
9th Pass ------ 99780 26826
11.
Shri C. R. Maruda
Sweeper
5th Pass ------ 73831 31692
2.1   Semester wise courses: 
Sr.
No.
Sem.
wise Sr. No
Subject code
Subject
Total Credit
 
First Semester
 
1.     
1
VEG 1.1
Fundamentals of Vegetable production
3(2+1)
2.     
2
FLR 1.1
Introductory Floriculture
2(1+1)
3.     
3
NRM 1.1
Introductory Agronomy
2(1+1)
4.     
4
PPT 1.1
Introductory Entomology
2(1+1)
5.     
5
PPT 1.2
Fundamentals of Plant Pathology
2(1+1)
6.     
6
BOT 1.1
Introductory Botany 
3(2+1)
7.     
7
FRT 1.1
Fundamentals of Horticulture
3(2+1)
8.     
8
NRM 1.2
Fundamentals of Soil Science
2(1+1)
9.     
9
P.E. 111
NSS/Physical Education
(0+1) (NC)
 
 
 
Total
19 (11+8)
 
Second Semester
 
10. 
1
FRT 2.2
Plant Propagation and Nursery Management
2(1+1)
11. 
2
VEG 2.2
Tropical and Subtropical Vegetables
3(2+1)
12. 
3
FLR 2.2
Ornamental Horticulture
3(2+1)
13. 
4
PHT 2.1
Fundamentals of Post-harvest Technology of Horticultural crops
2(1+1)
14. 
5
NRM 2.3
Manures and Fertilizers
2(1+1)
15. 
6
BSC 2.1
Introductory Economics 
2(2+0)
16. 
7
OTH 2.1
Structural Grammar and Spoken English
2(1+1)
17. 
8
OTH 2.2
Introductory Extension Education
2(1+1)
18. 
9
P.E. 122
NSS/Physical Education
(0+1) (NC)
 
 
 
Total
18 (11+7)
 
Third  Semester
 
19. 
1
FRT 3.3
Tropical and Subtropical Fruits
3(2+1)
20. 
2
FRT 3.4
Growth and Development of Horticultural Crops
2(1+1)
21. 
3
FLR 3.3
Cultivation of Commercial Flowers
2(1+1)
22. 
4
FLR 3.4
Medicinal and Aromatic Plants
2(1+1)
23. 
5
PHT 3.2
Preservation and Value Addition of Horticultural Crops
3(2+1)
24. 
6
BSC 3.2
Computer Application
2(1+1)
25. 
7
AEN 3.1
Farm Power and Machinery, Soil Survey and Conservation
3(2+1)
 
 
 
Total
17(10+7)
 
Forth  Semester
 
26. 
1
FRT 4.5
Soil Fertility and Nutrient Management
2(1+1)
27. 
2
FRT 4.6
Plantation Crops, Spices and Condiments
2(1+1)
28. 
3
FLR 4.5
Protected Cultivation of Horticultural Crops
3(2+1)
29. 
4
PHT 4.3
Fundamentals of Food Technology
2(1+1)
30. 
5
NRM 4.4
Water Management in Horticultural Crops
2(1+1)
31. 
6
BOT 4.2
Introductory Crop Physiology
2(1+1)
 
 
 
Total
13(7+6)
 
Fifth Semester
 
32. 
1
FRT 5.7
Watershed Management and Dry Land Horticulture
2(1+1)
33. 
2
VEG 5.3
Vegetable Seed Production and Certification
2(1+1)
34. 
3
BSC 5.3
Elementary Statistics
3(2+1)
35. 
4
BSC 5.4
Environmental Science
3(2+1)
36. 
5
OTH 5.3
Social and Farm Forestry
2(1+1)
37. 
6
OTH 5.4
Agri. Business  Management
2(1+1)
38. 
7
BSC 5.5
Introductory Microbiology
2(1+1)
 
 
 
Total
16(9+7)
 
Sixth Semester
 
39. 
1
HPWE 6.1
Protected Cultivation of Horticultural Crops
4 (0+4)
40. 
2
HPWE 6.2
Nursery Production, Management of Horticultural Crops and Micro-propagation
4 (0+4)
41. 
3
HPWE 6.3
Value Addition of Fruits and Vegetables
4 (0+4)
42. 
4
HPWE 6.4
Floriculture and Landscape Gardening and Value Addition of Flowers
4 (0+4)
43. 
5
HPWE 6.5
Educational Tour
4 (0+4)
 
 
 
 
20(0+20)
 
 
 
Grand Total  (Theory + Practical)
48+55=103
 
 
 
NSS/Physical Education
(0+1)
(NC)
3. CALENDER ACTIVITIES :
1. Growing and maintaining the crop museum in Kharif and Rabi season to provide practical experience to students.
2. Visit different research stations located at campus and crop production week celebrates using advance research activities and crop technology.
3. Sports - volley ball, Table Tanis, athletics, Kho-Kho and other indoor games are played with different groups of other polytechnics.
4. Cultural programmes are arranged to celebrate the annual day or during other special events.
5. A student shall be required to earn credits specified for the Diploma programme inclusive of those for physical education, NCC/NSS, intensive field training, study tour and Internship etc.
6. Regular teaching, Internal theory/ practical examination and semester end theory/ practical examination
4. ACADEMIC CALENDER:
System of Teaching
4.1
There will be six semesters during which the student shall complete the requirements of course credits under the semester system of teaching and continuous evaluation.
4.2
An academic year shall normally commence in the month of July/August and end in the month of June/July of the following calendar year. It shall be divided into two semesters each of 20 to 22 weeks (including semester- end -examinations).
4.3
The medium of instruction and examination shall be English.
4.4
The first semester shall commence within two weeks after admission.
4.5
There shall be two semesters in an academic year. The semester will be announced in every academic calendar year by the Registrar. Suitable adjustment in a semester will be made to accommodate Diwali vacation, summer vacation and other holidays as may be notified by the University / State Government.
4.6
Odd semester will normally be from July to December and even semester will be from January to June.
4.7
Maximum time limit to obtain three years Diploma Courses after first registration is 6 (six) years.
5. CENTRIC FACILITIES FOR THE STUDENTS IN THE INSTITUTION:
Polytechnic in Horticulture
One   (It is located at University main campus, Near to Timbawadi bus stop, Gate no. 4, Vanthali road) 
Hostel
One   (It is located at University main campus, Near to Timbawadi bus stop, Gate no. 4, Vanthali road) 
Library
One (Main Campus Library located in the University Campus, Junagadh)
One at Polytechnic.
Sport Complex
One (It is located as Gymkhana ground in the University Campus, Junagadh)
Seminar Hall
Available in Main Campus, Junagadh
One at Polytechnic.
Conference Hall
Available in Main Campus, Junagadh as well as in Polytecnic in Horticulture
 
6. RESEARCH OUTPUT OF THE INSTITUTION: - N.A. –
7. THE PLACEMENT PROFILE OF THE PASSED-OUTS OF THE INSTITUTES:
   Placement for passed out students has been done by our placement centre during every year.
8. ALL RELEVANT APPROVALS FROM STATUTORY BODIES:
   All relevant approvals are being taken from the concerned statutory body of the university.
9. THE STUCTURE OF THE FEE CHARGED FOR EACH COURSE ALONG-WITH OTHER FUNDS LIKE INSTITUTION DEVELOPMENT:
9.1  Fees and Deposits
The kinds of fees and deposits for this Diploma course shall be as under:
Sr.
No.
Fees / Deposit
Amount (Rs.)
Boys
Girls
A
Fees and deposits for all new student to be paid once at the time of Registration
 
 
1.
Caution Money
100
100
2.
Hostel Deposit
100
100
3.
Mess Deposit
***
***
4.
Electric Charge
100
100
5.
Identity Card Fee
030
030
6.
Test fee for Thealesemia
150
150
                                                                                              TOTAL  A
480
480
B
Fees to be paid annually in the beginning of each odd semester by all students
1.
University Medical Test
020
020
2.
Magazine Fee
050
050
3.
Student Aid Fund
020
020
4.
General Amenities
010
010
                                                                                              TOTAL  B
100
100
C
Semester fees to be paid at beginning of each semester
 
 
1.
Registration Fee
010
010
2.
Tuition Fee
200
-
3.
Library Fee
020
020
4.
Examination Fee
050
050
5.
Gymkhana Fee
010
010
6.
Cultural Activities Fee
020
020
7.
Laboratory Fee
020
020
8.
Hostel Fee
050
-
9.
Fees for Marks sheets, Certificates, Transcripts, etc.
050
050
                                                                                             TOTAL  C
430
180
                                                                                 TOTAL A+B+ C =
1010
760
D
Provisional Certificate and Grade verification fee
 
 
1.
Provisional Certificate
050
050
2.
Grade verification fee
200
200
3.
Migration Certificate
As per University Rules
As per University Rules
4.
Duplicate Migration Certificate
As per University Rules
As per University Rules
5.
Duplicate Diploma Certificate
As per University Rules
As per University Rules
6.
Re-registration
As per University Rules
As per University Rules
7.
Duplicate Marksheet
As per University Rules
As per University Rules
8.
Duplicate Transcript
As per University Rules
As per University Rules
9.
Rechecking/Verification of grade per each course
As per University Rules
As per University Rules
10.
Attestation of Educational Documents (per document)
As per University Rules
As per University Rules
11.
New Identity Card
As per University Rules
As per University Rules
                                                                                             TOTAL  D
250
250
Note : Indicated fee in ***A (3) shall be changed according to local condition.
9.2
The rate of fees shall be as determined by the University from time to time.
9.3
The girl students shall be exempted from paying the tuition fees and hostel fees as per the policy of the State Government from time to time.
Other founds for institute development is given by the State Government
10. DETAILS OF STUDENTS GRIEVANCES REDRESSAL MECHANISM:
      Students grievances redressal mechanism is carried out by Director of Student’s welfare (DSW).
11. NAME OF THE NODAL OFFICER FOR STUDENT’S FACILITATION SERVICES:
a
The Director of Student’s welfare (DSW).
b
The Dean
c
The Principal of the Polytechnic
12.SCHOLARSHIPS/FREE-SHEEPS AVAILABLE IN THE INSTITUTION:
     Scholarship is being given for year to SC, ST and SEBC categories students as per the Government rules.
13. ACCREDIATION RANKING OF INSTITUTION: - N.A. -
14. DETAILS OF THE DEPARTMENTS WHICH HAVE BEEN RECOGNIZED AS CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE BY THE STATUTORY AND FUNDING BODIES: - N.A. -
 
Contact Us
Principal
Polytechnic in Horticulture
Junagadh Agricultural University
Gate No. 3, Near Timbavadi Bus Stop
Junagadh - 362001
0285-2670204
Mo. 99251 84700
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