About the Faculty

Agriculture is considered important for the economic and social development of Afghanistan. Due to the natural and climatic conditions of the country, the economic and social development of Afghanistan significantly depends on agricultural activities. Faculty of Agriculture Kabul University is one of the oldest and most famous faculties in the country, which was established 55 years ago. Graduates of this faculty obtain sufficient information from the agricultural sector.

The Faculty of Agriculture was established in 1956 and is one of the earliest known faculties of Kabul University in Afghanistan, with departments consisting of three sections: Animal Sciences, Plant Sciences and Agricultural Economics. Its first graduates were nine who graduated in 1959. The faculty later expanded into seven departments: agronomy, economics and agricultural development, animal sciences, plant protection, horticulture, forests and natural resources, and soil science and agricultural machinery. Currently, the Faculty of Agriculture has 8 departments, which are: agronomy, economics and agricultural development, animal sciences, plant protection, horticulture, forests and natural resources, soil science and biotechnology, and seed production.

From its inception until 1975, the Faculty of Agriculture had an exchange program with American universities such as Wyoming, Colorado and Nebraska. The Soviet Union also provided some support as well as funding under a special project by the UNDP, FAO, from 1979 to 1992. Prior to 1979, the faculty had more than 70 faculty members, most of whom studied at American and foreign universities. The faculty publishes a scientific journal entitled "Elm-O-Fun" monthly. At present, this number of academic staff reaches 80 people, most of whom are masters. Various countries and international organizations have expressed their support for the reconstruction and development of the faculty buildings.

The Faculty of Agriculture was first established in 1956 in combination with the Faculty of Engineering at Kabul University. Later, this faculty was named the Faculty of Agriculture and Engineering, which was controlled by the Faculty of Sunni Sciences. In 1958, both faculties separated from the Faculty of Science and began their activities as independent faculties, with only nine graduates in 1959. First, this faculty was located in the building of the Faculty of Science and Medical Sciences in Kabul, and in 1965, a new building with a total area of ​​2800 square meters was built for the use of this faculty.

The Faculty of Agriculture initially consisted of three separate sections (Agronomy, Animal Sciences and Economics and Agricultural Development), which was later divided into eight different departments (Economics and Agricultural Development, Agronomy, Forestry and Natural Resources, Horticulture, Animal Sciences, Soil Science and Biotechnology). Seed egg production) is divided. The main purpose of this faculty is to provide professionals in the field of agriculture for the country to implement international standards in the field of agriculture. School graduates who are interested in this faculty can be included in this faculty by obtaining standard scores through the entrance exam.

گالری رسانه

A part of the speech of the Honorable Minister of Higher Education Sheikh Nada Mohammad Nadeem to the teachers of Kabul University

A meeting was held to share ideas about the curriculum of the new master's program in the Faculty of Social Sciences

An exhibition of research posters of the Faculty of Agriculture was held

The graduation ceremony of the students of Kabul University 2022 was celebrated

Pictures Album of Kabul University Graduation Ceremony 2022

Pictures album of the courtyard of Kabul University after a gentle and beautiful rain

Honorable Latifullah Khairkhah's speech Academic deputy of the Ministry of Higher EducationIn the art exhibition of the spring semester of the Faculty of Fine Arts of Kabul University