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History
ABOUT FACULTY

History

Vision & Mission

Organization Structure


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DEPARTMENTS & ACADEMIC PROGRAMS

Agronomy

Crop Protection

Soil Science

Agricultural Socio-Economics

Fisheries

Agricultural Microbiology


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SUPPORTING FACILITY

Academic Facilities

Biotechnology Laboratory


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POST GRADUATES

Academic Program


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PHOTO GALLERY

Around UGM

Art & Culture

Temples Around Yogyakarta

Tropical Agriculture Field Course

Tropical Agriculture Laboratory Course

Brief History of The Faculty

The Faculty of Agriculture, Gadjah Mada University was founded in 1946, one year after Indonesia proclaimed its independence on August 17, 1945 in Jakarta. In that moment, the Ministry of Prosperity established 3 agri­cultural higher learning in Klaten (Central Java), Malang (East Java), and Yogyakarta. On September 27, 1946 the Agricultural Higher Learning in Klaten and Agricultural Academy at Yogyakarta was formally established by the Ministry of Prosperity of the Republic of Indonesia.

In December 1948, The Agricultural Higher Learning was closed due to post independence war. Afer re-establishment of new government of the Republic of Indonesia, the higher education as one attribute of the state had also to be re-established, including Faculty of Agriculture. In November 1, 1949 the Faculty of Agriculture was emerged under the institute of higher learning in the campus of Ngasem, located in the side palace of Sultan Yogyakarta. On December 19, 1949 Gadjah Mada University was formally inaugurated and the Faculty of Agriculture to be part of the Faculty of the Gadjah Mada University. The name of the faculty then changed to the Faculty of Agriculture and Forestry (1955‑1963). On August 17, 1963 the faculty was split into 3 faculties, namely The Faculty of Agriculture, The Faculty of For­estry, and The Faculty of Agricultural Technology.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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