Dr. Yashwant Singh Parmar University of Horticulture and Forestry has earned a unique distinction not only in the country but also in whole of Asia to impart teaching, research and extension education in horticulture, forestry and allied disciplines with Himalayan perspective. Its milestones in teaching, research and extension education have strengthened the path of sustainable development of horticulture and forestry in Himachal Pradesh and have further presented a model of prosperity for eco-conscious development before Indian Himalayan states & entire region of Hindu Kush Himalayas.
The admission in MBA programme (General and Agribusiness) in Dr YS Parmar University of Horticulture & Forestry, Nauni, Solan will be on the basis of the merit list of entrance test HPU-MAT-2017, which is being conducted by HP University, Shimla. All aspiring students are requested to appear in entrance test HPU-MAT-2017. The last date to apply online is 17-05-2017 (www.hpuniv.in/admission.hpushimla.in/PostGraduation/HPUMAT or www.hpubsshimla.org/HPUMAT) and date of entrance exam is 03-06-2017. For details and Hand book information please visit http://www.hpubsshimla.org
Strategic, need based and farmer oriented development of horticulture and forestry in Himachal Pradesh through excellence in education and research for food and ecological security, improved livelihood opportunities and economic prosperity of farming communities.
Human resource development through excellence in education and skill upgradation with intensive practical trainings.
Creation of sound scientific base for research and extension education in horticulture, forestry and allied sectors.
Dissemination of generated technologies to farming community through region specific transfer of technology modules.
Effective management of financial, structural and administrative resources of the university for competitive result oriented initiatives.
Human resource development in horticulture, forestry and allied sciences.
Advancement of basic and applied research pertaining to horticulture, forestry and allied sciences.
Extension and dissemination of scientific information among the rural masses of the state.
Development of linkages with state, central, international institutions, NGOs, orchardists, farmers and industrialists for ensuring nutritional, economic and ecological security in the state.
"Management and Sustainability of horticulture & forest resources are the basis of our future economic prosperity.
It is now simply a question how judicious use we make of them"- Dr. Y.S. Parmar, First Chief Minister of HP