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Even Semester Registration are starting from 27/01/2020 and classes will start from 30/01/2020.
mit bulandshahr

Department of Agricultural Engineering

Department of Agricultural Engineering at Marathwada Institute of Technology (MIT) is among the newest department at MIT which started in year 2008 with a view to create technocrats that will take the challenge to solve the problem of food security for the mammoth population.

At present department is having advanced GIS LAB with state-of-the art technology to train and develop technocrats with latest technology of Geographic Information Sysytem and Remote Sensing.

The students are under training to apt with soft-computing techniques of AutoCad, simulation softwares - Cropwat, Instat and programming on MATLAB.


The department is proud of its laboratories. They are spacious, well laid out and have all experiment set ups for B.Tech students. The department has following well equipped labs:

Agricultural Engineering Lab

  1. GIS and Remote Sensing Laboratory

  2. Surveying and Levelling Laboratory

  3. Irrigation and Drainage Engineering Laboratory

  4. Farm Power and Machinery Laboratory

  5. Food Process Engineering Laboratory


  1. Hydrological evaluation of soil conservation structures in watershed

  2. GIS based approach to study agricultural watershed

  3. Stochastic modelling of rainfall time series of Bulandshar region

  4. Nutrition quality of fruit and vegetable study as influenced by sun drying method and mechanical methods

  5. Comparative performance evaluation of happy seeder machine

  6. Performance evaluation of paddy weeder with ergonomic considerations

  7. Estimate the morphological parameter of agricultural watershed

  8. Quality and evolution of mixed fruit beverages


G.S.Mandal has achieved its goals of carving technologies that will contribute to the industrial developments and nation building. It is constantly ...

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