Punjab Agricultural University was established in 1962. It was inaugurated by Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru, Prime Minister of India in 1963. The university spreads over an area of 494 hectares at Ludhiana with an off-campus area of 1793 hectares. It has four constituent colleges which are, College of Agriculture, College of Agricultural Engineering & Technology, College of Home Science, and College of Basic Science & Humanities, besides PAU Pre-Graduation Institutes of Agriculture at Gurdaspur and Bathinda.
|Established | Institute Type||1962 | Public|
|Courses Offered||83 Courses across various streams|
|Admission Criteria||Merit-based & Entrance Test|
|Facilities Available||Library, Hostel, Auditorium, Sports|