Our Agriculture stream at CHS offers a comprehensive and practical curriculum that prepares students for a rewarding career in the agricultural sector. With a focus on sustainable farming practices, technological innovation, and rural development, our Agriculture program equips students with the knowledge, skills, and hands-on experience needed to address the global challenges facing agriculture and food security.

Explore the Vast Horizons of Agriculture at CHS:

Core Subjects:

  1. Agronomy: Delve into the science of crop production and soil management, studying topics such as plant physiology, crop cultivation techniques, and soil fertility management.
  2. Animal Husbandry: Learn about livestock management, animal nutrition, breeding, and health care, gaining insights into the principles of animal science and husbandry practices.
  3. Agricultural Economics: Understand the economic aspects of agriculture, including market analysis, farm management, agricultural policy, and agribusiness development, exploring the intersection of economics and agriculture.
  4. Agribusiness Management: Explore the business side of agriculture, studying topics such as marketing, finance, supply chain management, and entrepreneurship, gaining skills to effectively manage agricultural enterprises and value chains.

Practical Learning:

  1. Engage in hands-on training and fieldwork, gaining practical experience in crop cultivation, livestock management, and agricultural research.
  2.  Access state-of-the-art agricultural facilities, laboratories, and demonstration farms where you can apply theoretical knowledge to real-world agricultural scenarios.
  3.  Collaborate with local farmers, agricultural experts, and industry professionals to address real-world challenges and explore innovative solutions in agriculture.

Career Opportunities:

  1.  Graduates of our Agriculture program have a wide range of career opportunities available to them, including roles in farming, agribusiness, agricultural research, extension services, rural development, and agricultural policy.
  2.  Our program also prepares students for further education and professional certifications in specialized areas such as agronomy, animal science, agricultural economics, and agricultural engineering.

Community Engagement:

  1. At CHS, we believe in the importance of community engagement and service learning. Students have the opportunity to participate in community-based projects, agricultural extension programs, and outreach initiatives to support local farmers and rural communities.