Godawari Municipality - 11 , Chapagaun,Lalitpur Phone : 9864592337 / 5574599

Welcome to Valley Krishi Campus

Email

valleykrishicampus@gmail.com

Visit Us

Godawari Municipality - 11 , Chapagaun,Lalitpur

10:00 AM - 04:00 PM

Sunday to Friday

Godawari Municipality - 11 , Chapagaun,Lalitpur Phone : 9864592337 / 5574599

Welcome to Valley Krishi Campus

Email

valleykrishicampus@gmail.com

Visit Us

Godawari Municipality - 11 , Chapagaun,Lalitpur

10:00 AM - 04:00 PM

Sunday to Friday

About Us

Our Vision

  • To develop technically competent graduates who can apply their acquired knowledge and skills to diversify and industrialize agriculture for the socio-economic transformation of the rural society.
  • To improve the grain yield and value-added traits of different crops; improve the agronomic characteristics of these crops; and provide educational opportunities for students in Agri-extension, Agrieconomics, Agronomy, plant breeding, pathology, soil sciences, entomology etc..
  • To generate wealth and employment in the sector of agriculture and make Nepalese agriculture competitive.
  • To conduct various aspects of research about the problems faced by farmers, change agents and agro-industrialists with a view to recommend possible measures in dealing with them.
  • To achieve economic and environmental sustainability through integrated management of productivity, production, marketing, and end-use of farm produce and to promote the local initiative to address issues like climate change and food security.
  • To participate effectively in agriculture campaigns, academics and farm-related activities launched by the government, AFU and other agencies.
  • To support and strengthen the capacity of the farming communities and its association in terms of policy, research, development, and advocacy.

Who We Are

Valley Krishi Campus is affiliated to Agriculture and Forestry University (AFU), Rampur, Chitwan and located at Godawari Municipality-11, Chapagaun, Bajrabarahi, Lalitpur, Province-03, Nepal, in the vicinity of sacred Bajrabarahi temple and Bajrabarahi forest. Moreover, near to Nepal Agriculture Research Council (NARC), Khumaltar, Lalitpur. It’s peripheral district like Kavrepalanchok, Sindhupalchowk, Makawanpur, Bhaktapur, and Dhading have been ever booming for urban and peri-urban agriculture as well. It is regarded as an agricultural-hub of southern Lalitpur and eminent for commercial production of different agricultural items like milk, vegetables, tea, coffee, fish, flowers, poultry, and mushroom, etc. A well organized and coordinated effort in the village level and organizational level could lead this to be a high potential area for agro-tourism.