Faculty Details

Faculty of Natural Resources


  • To collect, organize and analyze range resource data by applying various inventory and survey methods and compose suitable results for management and planning of rangeland and its resources.
  • To assess and apply appropriate range animal management practices such as proper stocking rates, monitoring, application of appropriate grazing systems and mixing of different kinds of animals to ensure resource stability for sustainable utilization of rangelands.
  • To identify the different land use systems, interpret Land Act and other related Acts and also use these as frameworks to regulate and bring about sustainable management and utilization practices in consultation with other land users.
  • To demonstrate skills in managing integrated range resources at commercial, subsistence and recreational levels by identifying the socio-economic values of range products and showing how to process, package and market range products.