College of Agriculture Bhusawar (Weir) Bharatpur was established on 7 April 2021 vide letter no P1(7) Ag-3/2021 Govt of Rajasthan under Sri Karan Narendra Agriculture University (SKNAU) Jobner. Presently COA Bhusawar is a constituent College of SKNAU established with the mandate to quality education for undergraduate (Hons.) in the discipline of Agriculture. The mandate of the University is tri-pillar development of agriculture i.e., Teaching, Research and Extension. As students of this college are getting technical knowledge related to all the aspect of modern agricultural technologies and tools are imparted for improvement in farm production with environment protection and sustainable practices. Skill enhancing curriculum like nursery management, food processing and value addition, commercial horticulture, protected cultivation, livestock production management, bee keeping, organic farming, mushroom cultivation, farm mechanization and adoption of AI based cultivation. The college farm provides opportunities to learn and gain experience in organic farming, apiculture, vermi composting, horticulture, plant pathogens, soil analysis and extension activities. Bhusawar is situated between latitude 27°02'43.3"N and longitude 77°02'30.3"E with height of 183 m above sea level in agroclimatic zone III B (Flood Prone Eastern Plain Zone) of Rajasthan. The soil type of Bhusawar is sandy loam with medium quality ground water for irrigation and drinking purpose. Major crops of this region are bajra, green gram, black gram, sunhemp and cluster bean, sesamum in kharif season and mustard, wheat, barley, chickpea in Rabi crops. Vegetable crops mainly tomato, cucurbits, chilli, brinjal cole crop and potato and fruit crops mainly mango, citrus, ber, gauva, phalsa, jamun, lasoda, karonda and jackfruit etc. College is running in modern academic and administration building which is equipped with well-furnished smart class rooms and initial stage of library and laboratories. Bharatpur is no doubt one of the biggest attractions for the travel enthusiasts visiting this state. It is better called as the eastern gateway of Rajasthan. It is the administrative headquarters of Bharatpur district, it is North-eastern part of Rajasthan. The city is known for the boldness and bravery of its kings and common people. Some call it as iron city. Gambhir, Rooparel and Ban Ganga are the three major rivers that surround Bharatpur. It is popular for the Keoladeo Ghana National Park. This nature’s wonderland was declared as a reserve for bird in the year 1956 and later became National Park. Moreover, it has been listed as a world heritage site by the UNESCO. Bhusawar (Weir) established by Raja Pratap Singh in the year 1726 this is known as town gardens and “Laghukashi”. Bhusawar is famous for pickles in Rajasthan.


To develop quality education and to generate appropriate, efficient & effective technology for sustainable growth in agriculture and allied fields ensuing enhanced food & nutrition security, income generation and environmental safety.


  1. Providing agriculture education to young aspirants

  2. Tackling the problems of Agriculture

  3. Dissemination of agriculture knowledge /technologies

  4. To develop skills in farmers and enterpreunurship in agriculture