Chaudhary Charan Singh Haryana Agricultural is the one of the famous Agricultural University at Haryana. The university offers few UG and PG level courses along with the Ph.D. program under multiple specializations. As we know that admissions of 2020 have been opened. Candidates who want to join this university should get qualified in Entrance Test (ET)/ Agriculture Aptitude Test (AAT) which is held by Chaudhary Charan Singh Haryana Agricultural University. For some courses like B.Tech and M.Sc. Programs it accepts the Common Entrance Test (CET). This university takes students only on a merit basis.
The first Kisan Sewa Kendra (Agricultural Technology Information Centre) was established at the university main campus in 2002,  and currently there are a total of three Kisan Sewa Kendra (KSKs) (c. 2012)  with Toll-free helpline agricultural services for the farmers.  Seeds of various crops, fruits, vegetables, fertilisers and Animal products are provided to farmers at subsidised rates through these centres. 
The main campus of the University is situated at Hisar at a distance of162 km North-West of Delhi on National Highway No.10 and is 2 km from the railway station and 3 km from the Bus Stand. University is spread over an area of 7219 Acres at Hisar and 1426 Acres at outstations. Area at Hisar under farms is 6483 Acres and under buildings and roads is 736 Acres.
All candidates seeking admissions to B.Sc. (Hons.) Ag. 4-year programme will have to appear in Entrance Test (ET)/ Agriculture Aptitude Test (AAT) to be held at Chaudhary Charan Singh Haryana Agricultural University.
resident status can appear. Admission is made on the basis of merit in entrance test.
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26 Jul, 2011, 10:17AM IST
Chaudhary Charan Singh Haryana Agricultural University, Hisar has developed two high yielding and disease resistant varieties of wheat and barley.