Founded in 2004-2005, Agronomy and Plant Breeding Department is the oldest and the largest in the University. The Department’s mission is to make contributions to the county’s agricultural production and world science through teaching, research, and extension.
The department has six faculty members consisting of 1 professor, 2 associate professors, and 3 assistant professors. Three full time staffs also work in the dept.
Over 30 B.Sc., 15 M.Sc. and 5 Ph.D. students are enrolled in each year. Currently about 25 B.Sc., 51 M.Sc., and 46 Ph.D. students are studying in this department.