The GPS Institute of Agricultural Management is established under the aegis of Dr. G. P. Shetty Agri Research and Education Trust, and named after him, a great visionary in agriculture from Karnataka. The institute has started PG Diploma/Diploma in Agricultural Management and ASCI-NSDC affiliated programmes for the benefit of Agricultural and allied science graduates to enhance and elevate their skills, knowledge and competencies in applied aspects of agricultural technologies, agribusiness, and transfer of technologies and entrepreneurship so as to empower them in choosing their career path. Since most of the students are hailing from the rural areas with poor socio-economic background, the institute has introduced an unique scheme of loan linked with assured placement.
The AIM of the GPS Institute is to educate,elevate and empower the students in Agri-business management. There is a significant gap between theoretical and practical knowledge among the students in the agricultural sector. The GPS Institute will rectify this gap and provides holistic practical training to the upcoming students in the Agricultural field
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Diploma in Agricultural Extension Services for Input Dealers (DAESI) Inauguration by Chief Guest Dr. M.S. Nataraju, vice chancellor, UAS (B), GKVK.
Lions club organized Blood Donation at GPSIOAM
Conducted Fruit and vegetables preservation & Nutrition Training under Government of India, Ministry of women & child development food and nutrition board from 05.02.2018 – 09.02.2018
Celebrated Republic Day
Organized Field internship programs for Diploma and PG Diploma students in Agricultural Management from 8th Jan 2018 to 20th Jan 2018 simultaneously in Mandya, Magadi and Hirehalli, Karnataka.
The Stake holders of Indian Agriculture namely Agricultural Universities, Scientists, Departments, Input industry and most importantly Farmers contribute to the sustenance of Agriculture. In the present circumstances, wide range of research material and products which are essential for modern farming are not reaching the farming community timely.Read More