College of Agriculture, Lalsot

College of Agriculture

Lalsot (District: Dausa)

The College of Agriculture, Lalsot (District: Dausa) came into existence on August 17, 2007 and is under progressively developing phase. This Under Graduate College was started as constituent college of Swami Keshwanand Rajasthan Agricultural University, Bikaner that recently became a constituent college of newly instituted agricultural university (2013) named as Sri Karan Narendra Agriculture University, Jobner- Jaipur. The college possesses a land area of 51 ha and is situated at nearby state highway 11 -A about 33 km away from Dausa and 7 Km from Lalsot on Dausa- Lalsot Road. The nearest railway station is Dausa. The lead function of the college is development of well equipped human resource by way of imparting quality education to young students aspiring for their UG degree in Agriculture. This college has the annual intake capacity of 62 students at B.Sc. (Hons.) Ag. Pt- I, out of which 15% seats are filled through AIEEA conducted by ICAR, 2 students from merit basis and the rest through state level Joint Entrance Test (JET). Besides this, the college has 20 seats available on payment of professional fee. The first batch admitted during the academic session of 2007-08 passed out in 2011 after successful completion of their UG degree and total nine batches have been passed till now. The university and college administration are striving hard to develop this college in a well reputed institute by acquiring necessary physical infrastructural facilities and engaging well qualified human resource in form of faculty

Accreditation: Our College was accredited by Indian Council of Agricultural Research, New Delhi in March, 2017.

Dean Profile and Contact Details


Dr. Mahesh Dutt

Dean & Professor 

College of Agriculture, Lalsot (Dausa)- 303 511



Dr Mahesh Datt was born on 05th September1965. He did his BSc(Hons) Ag in 1986 from Meerut University, Meerut  and MSc in Animal Breeding and Genetics and PhD in Animal Breeding and Genetics from  NDRI, Karnal. He started his scientific career as Assistant Professor (Animal Production) at College of Veterinary and Animal Science (CVAS) Bikaner in 1996 where he worked as Scientist upto 30.09.2001 in Network Project(ICAR) on Embryo Transfer Technology in Rathi Breed of cow. He was the member of scientific team who received first Rathi calf with Embryo Transfer Technology (ETT) in Rajasthan. Subsequently, he worked in breed conservation project on Tharparkar at LRS, Beechwal, Bikaner from 01.10.2001 to 31.01.2003 where large number of young Tharparkar bulls were trained for semen collection. The breed conservation project was funded by CIRC, Meerut. He joined department of Livestock Production and Management, SKNCOA, Jobner on 01.02.2003 where he served upto 16.12.2022 after completing five RKVY projects as Principal Investigator(PI) and CO-PI. He established demonstration unit of Sirohi Goat and Backyard poultry unit at SKNCOA, Jobner under RKVY. He was CO-PI in Gir cow project of RKVY for four years at SKNCOA, Jobner where a herd of Gir cows was established by purchasing Gir cows from Gujarat. Looking to importance of Sirohi goat and backyard poultry project at SKNCOA, Jobner, these projects were also made operational at five KVKs of SKNAU, Jobner. He established demonstration units of Sirohi goat and backyard poultry at five KVKs of SKNAU, Jobner as CO-PI. He was Incharge of Dairy Farm, Poultry farm and Goat unit. He established one experiential unit on Sirohi goat at Livestock Production and Management, SKNCOA, Jobner. He had been Head of the department of Livestock Production and Management, SKNCOA, Jobner for two full terms. He published 04 books,02 book chapter, 35 research papers in various national journals. He published 70 popular articles in various newspapers and magazines on animal production and dairying. He guided 12 MSc students in the discipline of Livestock Production Management.  He acted as member and convener in various committees at SKNCOA, Jobner. He has been member in Board of Studies  at Rajasthan ILD Skill University, Jaipur since 2018 and acting as expert in the field of Animal production. He also acted as PG Coordinator at SKNCOA, Jobner. Presently, he has been working as Dean, College of Agriculture, Lalsot (SKNAU, Jobner) since 17.12.2022.

Dr. Mahesh Dutt

Dean & Professor 

College of Agriculture, Lalsot (Dausa)- 303 511



Aims and objectives

Goal: The institute came into existence with a view point of – “Creating an enriched open source in terms of availability of sustainable human resource ready to take on the responsibilities of accelerating all round growth of the agriculture sector in the country.”


(i) To impart technologically advantaged education in agricultural and allied sciences.

(ii) To take on the responsibilities of transferring upcoming technological interventions to stakeholders of agriculture sector.

(iii) To discourse the innovative means for exploring skill development and employment oriented programmes and interacted issue of applied sciences and corporate.

(iv) To undertake the integrated issue of agricultural curricula based applied corporate and research oriented outlook for its further exploitation for human welfare.

Staff Information




Area of Specialization


Phone No.

AEIS Profile Link


Dr. Mahesh Datt

Dean & Prof (LPM)

Vegetable Breeding




Dr. M.L. Meena

Assoc. Prof. (Plant Pathology)

Plant Pathology (Seed Pathology)



Dr. Babita Deegwal

Assistant Professor



Sh. R.K. Meena

Assistant Professor




Dr. R.C. Asiwal

Assistant Professor (Agril. Economics)

Agril. Economics



Dr. Omprakash

Assistant Professor (P.B.G)

Plant Breeding & Genetics



Dr. J.K. Gupta

Assistant Professor





Sh. Rakesh Tanwar

Sanction Officer




Sh. Manoj Kumar Meena


Accounts & Store



Sh. Paras Chand Mali

Book Lifter




Mahendra Kumar Verma

Class IV



Project/ Scheme:

All India Coordinated Research Project on Integrated Farming System is running at Sri Karan Narendra Agriculture University, Jobner, Jaipur with its two components as (1) IFS Main-center at RARI, Durgapura (2) On Farm Research (OFR) at Lalsot, Dausa.

Farming system enterprises at the farmers’ field                  Guava+ Papya Intercropping at KalyanPura Village 

iii) Courses running: The four year B.Sc. (Hons.) Agriculture degree programme is available in faculties of Agriculture. 

iv) Facilities and infrastructure:

The college campus is well spread having a lush green lawn and characterized by traditional high ceiling buildings creating monumental spaces with minimal décor. The serene ambiance has inspired students to strive for excellence. The college is well equipped with students’ friendly infrastructure.

Administrative Block Academic Block
Vindhyachal Hostel Arawali Hostel
Farm Pond College Farm
College Farm Library

Administrative & Academic Blocks:

Institute comprises two building namely administrative block and academic block. Experimental laboratories, classrooms and teaching staff rooms are in academic block. Administrative block has Dean Office, Library, Store, Student section, Examination Cell, Seminar hall etc.

Students Hostels:

The College is having  residential facilities to the students, which includes, two boys hostels namely; Arawali (32 rooms) and Vindhyachal  (14 rooms) having total occupancy of 92 students, each hostel provided with  common room, television room, water cooler and mess facility. There is one Girls hostel (Meera) which is under construction.

Farm: Farm area is spread approximately 44 ha out of 51 ha, in which 4.5 ha area is under cultivation. Seed production was taken during Rabi Season (2018-19) of Mustard Variety – DRMR IJ-31 and Taramera Variety – RTM-1351.

Seed Production Programme During Rabi 2018-19
Mustard Variety – DRMR IJ-31 Taramera Variety – RTM-1351
Seed Production Programme During Kharif-2019
Breeder Seed Production Cluster Bean Var. RGC-1038
Seed Production Programme During Rabi-2019-20
Breeder Seed Production Wheat  Var. Raj-4238 Breeder Seed Production Mustard  Var. DRMR IJ 31 ( GIRRAJ)
Breeder Seed Production Mustard  Var. DRMR IJ 31 ( GIRRAJ) Breeder Seed Production Gram  Var. CSJ 515


The College of Agriculture, Lalsot has a well-established library which was setup in 2008. It has a seating capacity for 60 students in the common reading area. The library has total 4174 books which include 4010 in library and 164 books in the book bank. It also has the internet facility for the students and staff.


More than fifty per cent of students get financial assistance for their studies from different sources namely ICAR, Government of Rajasthan (Chief Minister Higher Education, Social Justice and Empowerment Department, Labour Department, Department of Agriculture etc.), donors etc.

Placement Cell:

A placement cell is also functioning for shaping students in accordance to the aspirations of various employers exploring the possible and / or potential employers for the young graduates of this college. Students are getting jobs in Agriculture Universities, banks, government/private sector and NGO. They are also motivated for higher education or for self employment.

NSS Unit: A mandatory NSS unit is also functioning at this campus in which 100 NSS volunteer enrolled every year and financial assistance is given by Directorate of NSS, Jaipur. NSS organises various activities viz; One day camps, Special camp seven day, plantation, Blood donation, rallies, awareness programmes, celebration of special day, Shramadaan  etc.

Young Farmers' Association

All students automatically become members of the Young Farmers' Association-the students union at the college level. Objectives of the association are to encourage activities pertaining to farming and rural life and to instill among the members consciousness regarding the problems of farming and rural population.

Linkage between line departments: 

College faculties also participate in different extension activities like Farmer’s training organized by ATMA, Department of Agriculture, Department of Horticulture and Dausa Dairy. Kisan mela, Kisan gosthi, organized by different extension agencies working in the district in order to make attempts to address the problems of farmers.

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