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Kelappaji College of Agricultural Engineering and Technology is actively involved in research in the various disciplines soil and water engineering, Farm machinery and Post harvest technology and agricultural processing. The various departments of the college are Land & Water Resources and Conservation Engineering, Irrigation and Drainage Engineering and the department of Supportive and Allied Courses. Farm Power and Machinery, Post Harvest Technology and Agricultural Processing The research has been concentrated on the thrust areas identified by the university. The research proposals are approved only after presentations in the concerned research co ordination groups and Faculty research committee. The major research projects are the schemes operated under external funding. The major funding agencies are the ICAR and the Government of Kerala.

The students of the undergraduate and post graduate programmes undertake research projects as part of the curriculum. Undergraduate projects are aimed to introducing the young engineers to the field of applied engineering research. Post graduate research forms a major part of the PG programme. Post graduate research funding is by the Kerala agricultural university and part of the expenses is met from external funded projects if the student projects form a part of that scheme. The post graduate research in Soil and water engineering field are taken up in watershed management, Precision farming, micro irrigation, remote sensing and geographical information system.


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Kelappaji College of Agricultural Engineering & Technology
Kerala Agricultural University
Tavanur P.O
Malappuram District Kerala 679573