Nurturing Young Agri-Business Professionals for Evergreen Growth

The School of Agri-Business Management (SABM) a constituent unit of Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology of Jammu (SKUAST-J) came in to existence on 19th Nov. 2012 on self sustainable basis after its approval in 8th Univers

ity Council meeting with the sole aim to initiate MBA (Agri-Business Management) degree programme for generating professionally competent, socially responsible and technically qualified human capital with core management competencies in agribusiness. The MBA (Agri-Business Management) is a 2 year full time degree programme spread for four semesters and is offered to any graduate from the recognized university. The courses have been designed in such a way so as to  provide ideal learning opportunities for youths to become agribusiness professionals in order to meet the needs of the growing industry and  the course structure mainly focuses on Core courses, general elective courses, industrial elective courses, which includes Farm Engineering, Food Industry, Hi-tech Agriculture, Horticulture Industry, Input Supply, Vet. Pharmaceutical and Livestock Industry, besides summer internship/ industrial attachments for improving the managerial capacity through practical approach having exposure to application of knowledge with the output of preparing the report.


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Vision

"The School of Agri-Business Management (SABM),SKUAST-Jammu is having the sole vision to build and sustain a unique management institute of international standards capable of churning out a new class of devoted Agripreneurs and Agribusiness Managers kindled with fire and endowed with state-of-art management knowledge and competence to serve the nation devoutly in a climate that fosters personal and group creativity and excellence."

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Organized Program

Orientation Program Organised for fresh Batch of MBA (ABM) students in SKUAST-J.
Orientation Program for students regarding UDAAN project.

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