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Bachelor of Science (Honours) Agriculture

Bachelor of Science (Honours) Agriculture

School of Agricultural Sciences (SAS)

  • Program Code

    00026

  • Level

    Graduate

  • Duration

    4 Years

About the Programme

B.Sc. (Hons.) Agriculture is a 4 years professional bachelor degree programme. The curriculum includes theory and practicals over eight semesters and visits and hands-on experience in the laboratories polyhouses experimental plots and fields within and outside the university in peri-urban rural and industrial settings. It includes topics related to agricultural and allied sciences use of modern scientific instruments machinery and techniques in plant and animal based farming systems land surveying soil science water resource management animal and poultry management basics of biotechnology etc. The programme is to get the students acquainted with various facets of agriculture and its related specializations in the well equipped laboratories as well as in real environment in related industry and farming. The main aim of this programme is to use the above mentioned concepts to train students understand and improve agriculture productivity manage processes & products and pave way for future developments through fundamental and mission oriented applied research with a thrust on evolution of bio-safe and eco-friendly high value agricultural production systems.
This ensures that the graduates will be eligible for higher education leading to

This course is for individuals who...

Who have interest in agriculture may opt B.Sc.(Hons.) Agriculture programme which is a great alternate to the B.E/B/Tech/ Agriculture Engineering. Since India is an agrarian country this field will never run out of job opportunities. To be honest qualified professionals are always valued when it comes to agriculture sector.

Students who are looking for...

Career in agriculture sector as Agronomist Soil Scientist Plant breeder Entomologist and many government and private sector jobs.

Course Fee
For National Students
1st Year 110000 2nd Year 113300 3rd Year 116700 4th Year 120200
For International Students
Fee Per Semester Fee Per Year
1950 3800*
Syllabus

S.No.

Course Code

Course Title

L

T

P

Credits

1

BAG 100

Agricultural Heritage

1

0

0

1 (1+0)

2

BAG 101

Fundamentals of Soil Science & Management of problematic soils

2

0

2

3(2+1)

3

BAG 102

Forestry and Environmental studies

1

0

2

2(1+1)

4

BAG 103

Fundamentals of Agronomy

3

0

2

4(3+1)

5

BAG 107

Fundamentals of Horticulture

1

0

2

2(1+1)

6

BAG 109

Fundamentals of Rural Sociology Educational Psychology

2

0

0

2(2+0)

7

ENG 107

Functional basic English-1

2

0

2

3(2+1)

8

ENG 109

Functional intermediate English-1

2

0

2

3(2+1)

9

MSM 101

Foundation course in Mathematics

4

0

0

4(4+0)

10

BGB 101

Introduction to Life Sciences

3

0

0

3(3+0)

 

Credits in Term 1

 

 

 

27

Syllabus for the Courses:

BAG 100: Agricultural Heritage

The course traces back the history of agriculture traditional knowledge and growth of agriculture including the application of science & technology leading to green revolution and achievements in production of other commodities present status and lessons learnt from the past.

BAG 101: Fundamentals of Soil Science & Management of problematic soils

The course will introduce the students to the physical chemical and biological aspects of soil and its role as substrate for plants microflora and soil-borne fauna. Further the course will provide knowledge of the various kinds of problem soils and amelioration for improving agricultural production.

BAG 102: Forestry and Environmental studies

This course introduces the composition features and  of different kinds of forests and their importance to climate and agriculture.

BAG 103: Fundamentals of Agronomy

In this course different kinds of production technologies of various kinds of crops are explained. Possibilities of their improvement for more safer and profitable produce are also discussed.

BAG 107:Fundamentals of Horticulture

The course provides different kinds of fruit flowers flower and other ornamental plants and various practices of their production as well as limiting factors and opportunities for improved production protection diversification agribusiness etc.

 

BAG 109:  Fundamentals of Rural Sociology Educational Psychology

This course provides insights into the composition and structure of rural societies education beliefs and attitudes of community to various socioeconomic problems and towards adoption of new technologies.

ENG 107: Functional basic English-1

The course improves the English reading writing and speaking abilities of students who have not been adequately exposed to English  at school eve.

ENG 109:    Functional intermediate English-1

This course targets those students who have fair understanding of English and wish to further improve their writing and speaking abilities in their course programmeand  future profession and in the society.

MSM 101:Foundation course in Mathematics

Having a good knowledge and skill in mathematics is one of the most important subjects useful in understanding scientific processes relationships and their implications to achieve success in any applied science including agriculture. This course will provide a revision and further strengthen the knowledge of  mathematical techniques relevant to scientific research and applications..

BGB 101:  Introduction to Life Sciences

This course gives insights into the structure and function of living organisms biochemical and genetic interrelationships inheritance and genetic manipulation techniques besides introduction to other aspects of applied biology.

S.No.

Course Code

Course Title

L

T

P

Credits

11

BAG 104

Fundamentals of Plant Pathology

3

0

2

4(3+1)

12

BAG 105

Fundamentals of Agricultural Microbiology

1

0

2

2(1+1)

13

BAG106

Fundamentals of Genetics

2

0

2

3(2+1)

14

BAG 108

Fundamentals of Crop Physiology

1

0

2

2(1+1)

15

BAG 110

Introductory Soil & Water Conservation Engineering

1

0

2

2(1+1)

16

BAG 111

Fundamentals of Agricultural Economics

2

0

0

2(2+0)

17

BAG 112

Fundamentals of Entomology

3

0

2

4(3+1)

18

BAG 113

Fundamentals of Agricultural Extension Education

2

0

2

3(2+1)

 

Credits in Term 2

 

 

 

22

BAG 104: Fundamentals of Plant Pathology

This course will provide the knowledge about different viruses bacteria fungal diseases and nematodes affecting plants their structure identification symptoms dispersal life cycle and methods of their management.

BAG 105: Fundamentals of Microbiology

This course covers the study of agriculturally important microbes. It introduces the origin of life forms of life culturing of microbes structures of bacteria fungi viruses growth of microbes microbial control catabolic energy yielding and anabolic energy consuming metabolic reactions special features of microbial metabolism microbial genetics microbes of importance in environment agriculture and soil health.

BAG 106: Fundamentals of Genetics

This course includes Mendel s laws of inheritance structure and function of genes chromosomes and genomes biological variation resulting from recombination mutation and selection population genetics use of genetic methods to analyze protein function gene regulation and inherited disease.

BAG 108: Fundamentals of Crop Physiology

This course imparts knowledge about crop physiology growth functions metabolism and catabolism Plant cell Diffusion and osmosis Absorption of water transpiration and Stomatal Physiology Mineral nutrition of Plants Photosynthesis Respiration Senescence and Plant growth regulators.

BAG  110: Introductory to Soil & Water Conservation Engineering

This course will introducesdifferent methods to conserve soil and water: agronomic as well as engineering measures. Different types of soil and water erosion and their control in plains and hilly regions.

BAG 111: Fundamentals of Agricultural Economics

It covers the economics of our agricultural system role agricultural economics in agricultural farming systems demand-supply relationships profits and losses optimization demand generation different Indian policies in agriculture agreements in agriculture for betterment of farming community trade and policies types of taxes etc.

BAG 112: Fundamentals of Entomology

This course outlines the useful and harmful insects and their classification morphological study feeding behavior of different insects their reproductive system and their classification up to order sub-order economic importance of insects and other arthropods. Study of biology feeding habits and methods of management of pests and rearing of useful insents.

BAG 113: Fundamentals of Agricultural Extension Education

This course introduces extension education extension system in India in Pre-independence and Post-independence period new trends in agricultural extension rural development and different schemes for rural development by Govt. of India Community development.

S.No.

Course Code

Course Title

L

T

P

Credits

19

BAG 114

Crop production technology-I (Kharif crops)

1

0

2

2(1+1)

20

BAG 115

Fundamentals of Plant Breeding

2

0

2

3(2+1)

21

BAG116

Agricultural Finance and Cooperation

1

0

2

2(1+1)

22

BAG 117

Agri- Informatics

1

0

2

2(1+1)

23

BAG 118

Farm Machinery and Power

1

0

2

2(1+1)

24

BAG 119

Production Technology for Vegetables and Spices

1

0

2

2(1+1)

25

BAG 120

Environmental Studies and Disaster Management

1

0

2

2(1+1)

26

BAG 121

Livestock and Poultry Management

3

0

2

4(3+1)

27

BAG 122

Statistical Methods

1

0

2

2(1+1)

 

Credits in Term 3

 

 

 

22

BAG 114: Crop Production technology-I (Kharif crops)

This course gives detailed knowledge about the origin geographical distribution economic importance soil and climatic requirements varieties production technology including cultural practices and harvesting of Kharif crops.

BAG 115: Fundamentals of Plant breeding

This course introduces the fundamental concepts of plant breeding and plant adaptation that are applicable to agricultural and natural systems. The topics covered include: genetic diversity in relation to adaptation productivity pest and disease resistance and end-use quality strategies for setting breeding objectives and maximizing yield and improvement of key traits breeding methodologies for self or cross pollinated plants.

BAG 116: Agricultural finance & Co-operation

This course will provide the students with an understanding of problems of rural people accessing the financial services and special challenges of rural areas that are traditionally associated with rural and agricultural credit directed to the poor also about the cooperation from Indian government agencies cooperative societies for the betterment of rural peoples.

BAG 117: Agri-informatics

This course involves lessons in introduction to computers basic knowledge of MS-office and its application in agriculture in document creation and editing. This knowledge will also be applied in e-agriculture and application use of different ICT s in agriculture to make agriculture more profitable with the help of e-technology for advanced application of engineering and technology to agricultural production.

BAG 118: Farm machinery & Power

This course covers the different farm power systems in India agricultural engineering tools   and machines that are used in agriculture study of  engines and their types familiarization with types of engines tractor types etc. tillage implements sowing & planting and spraying equipment harvesting and threshing equipments etc.

BAG 119: Production Technology for Vegetables and Spices

This course   introduces the importance of vegetables & spices in human nutrition and national economy kitchen gardening brief about origin package of practices of cultivation of important vegetable and spices.

BAG 120: Environmental studies and Disaster management

This course introducesvarious kinds of natural resources ecosystem and it s types biodiversity and it s conservation environmental pollution and control social issues related to environment and resources population pressure on earth and environment.

BAG 121: Livestock and Poultry Management

This course gives detailed introduction about the role of livestock in the national economy reproduction of animals and poultry management of livestock and poultry different breeds of livestock and poultry in India digestion system in livestock and poultry feeding of poultry and livestock their diseases and control.

BAG 122: Statistical Methods

This course provides a background in the statistical methods collection analysis and presentation of data summarizing and describing data and techniques for inference. Topics include basic probability distributions (e.g. normal binomial) expected value estimation (maximum likelihood confidence intervals) hypothesis testing and multiple regression analysis.

S.No.

Course Code

Course Title

L

T

P

Credits

28

BAG 123

Crop Production Technology-II (Rabi crops)

1

0

2

2(1+1)

29

BAG 124

Production Technology for Ornamental Crops MAP and Landscaping

1

0

2

2(1+1)

30

BAG 125

Renewable Energy and Green Technology

1

0

2

2(1+1)

31

BAG 126

Problematic Soils and their Management

2

0

0

2(2+0)

32

BAG 127

Production Technology for Fruit and Plantation Crops

1

0

2

2(1+1)

33

BAG 128

Principles of Seed Technology

2

0

2

3(2+1)

34

BAG 129

Farming System & Sustainable Agriculture

1

0

0

1(1+0)

35

BAG 130

Agricultural Marketing Trade & Prices

2

0

2

3(2+1)

36

BAG 131

Introductory Agro-meteorology & Climate Change

1

0

2

2(1+1)

37

Credits in Term 4

 

 

 

19

BAG 123: Crop Production Technology-II (Rabi crops)

This course gives detailed knowledge about the origin geographical distribution economic importance soil and climatic requirements varieties cultural practices and yield of Rabi crops.

BAG 124: Production Technology for Ornamental Crops MAP & Landscaping

This course will introduce the students about the importance of ornamental crops medicinal and aromatic plants and Landscaping of trees shrubs. Brief about origin package of practices of important ornamental crops medicinal and aromatic plants.

BAG 125: Renewable Energy & Green Technology

This course will give the detailed knowledge about the energy sources and their contribution in agriculture. Use of renewable energy for biofuel production. Familiarization with types of biogas plants solar energy gadgets etc.

BAG 126: Problematic Soils & Their Management

In this course there will be study of problematic soils like saline and sodic soils acid soils acid sulphate soils and their distribution in India. Reclamation and management strategies of problematic soils study about irrigation water its quality for irrigation purpose remote sensing GIS techniques and their use in agriculture etc.

BAG 127: Production Technology for Fruits & Plantation crops

This course introduces the importance of fruits and plantation crops in India and cultivation practices of important fruits and plantation crops maintenance of orchards common problems and solutions.

BAG 128: Principles of Seed Technology

This course will help preparing students to use seed quality testing and analysis in broad seed management applications research seed testing facilities seed business and other related fields.

BAG 129: Farming System & Sustainable Agriculture

The focus of this course is to impart knowledge on the types nature characteristics and attributes of farming systems of the regions. To acquaint the student from agricultural as well as other disciplines with conventional and alternative agricultural production practices throughout the world and their effect on long-term sustainability and environmental quality.

BAG 130: Agricultural Marketing Trade & Prices

The purpose of this course is to provide an introduction to agricultural marketing emphasizing applications of economic principles to marketing firms functions and problems.

BAG 131: Introductory Agro-meteorology & Climate Change

This course provides climatological information for the purposes of improving farming practices and increasing agricultural productivity in both quantity and in quality   to understand the role of agro-meteorology in agriculture and its relation to other areas of agriculture to acquaint with recent developments in agro meteorology with historical developments effect of climate change on agriculture.

S.No.

Course Code

Course Title

L

T

P

Credits

38

BAG 132

Principles of Integrated Pest and Disease Management

2

0

2

3(2+1)

39

BAG 133

Manures Fertilizers and Soil Fertility Management

2

0

2

3 (2+1)

40

BAG 134

Pests of Crops and Stored Grain and their Management

2

0

2

3 (2+1)

41

BAG 135

Diseases of Field and Horticultural Crops and their Management -I

2

0

2

3 (2+1)

42

BAG 136

Crop Improvement-I (Kharif Crops)

1

0

2

2 (1+1)

43

BAG 137

Entrepreneurship Development and Business Communication

1

0

2

2 (1+1)

45

BAG 138

Geoinformatics and Nano-technology and Precision Farming

1

0

2

2 (1+1)

46

BAG 139

Practical Crop Production – I (Kharifcrops)

0

0

2

2 (0+2)

 

Credits in Term 5

 

 

 

20

BAG 134: Pests of Crops and Stored Grain and their Management

The course gives the general account on nature and type of damage by different arthropod pests and management practices for field vegetables fruits plantation ornamentals spices and condiments. It also provides knowledge of the storage pests and fundamental principles of stored grain pest management.

 

BAG 135: Diseases of Field and Horticultural Crops and Their Management - I

This course gives description of the symptoms etiology disease cycle and methods of management of major diseases of field crops cereals horticultural crops caused by viruses bacteria fungi and nematodes.

BAG 136: Crop Improvement - I (Kharif Crops)

This course introduces the origin distribution of spices in cereals pulses oilseeds fibres fodders cash crops vegetables and horticultural crops their limitations and methods for their improvement for various desirable traits. Major breeding objectives and procedures are also covered in this course.

BAG 137: Entrepreneurship Development and Business Communication

The course introduces the concept of entrepreneur entrepreneurship development and impact of economic reforms on agri-business. It also discusses the opportunities for agri-entrepreneurship and rural enterprise.

BAG 138: Geo-informatics and Nano-Technology and Precision Farming

This course introduces the concepts and techniques related to precision farming and possibilities for application in Indian agriculture. Remote sensing concepts and their applications in agriculture are also covered in this course. Use of nanotechnology in various aspects of agriculture is also taught.

BAG 139: Practical Crop Production - I (Kharif crops)

This course introduces the crop planning raising field crops weed management and management of insect-pests diseases of crops harvesting storage and marketing of produce. Emphasis is given on production mechanization and resource conservation technologies.

S.No.

Course Code

Course Title

L

T

P

Credits

47

BAG 140

Rainfed Agriculture & Watershed Management

1

0

2

2 (1+1)

48

BAG 141

Protected Cultivation and Secondary Agriculture

1

0

2

2 (1+1)

49

BAG 142

Diseases of Field and Horticultural Crops and their Management-II

2

0

2

3 (2+1)

50

BAG 143

Post-harvest Management and Value Addition of Fruits and Vegetables

1

0

2

2 (1+1)

51

BAG 144

Management of Beneficial Insect

1

0

2

2 (1+1)

52

BAG 145

Crop Improvement-II (Rabi crops)

1

0

2

2 (1+1)

53

BAG 146

Practical Crop Production –II (Rabi crops)

0

0

2

2 (0+2)

54

BAG 147

Principles of Organic Farming

1

0

2

2 (1+1)

55

BAG 148

Farm Management Production & Resource Economics

1

0

2

2 (1+1)

56

BAG 149

Principles of Food Science and Nutrition

1

0

0

2 (1+0)

 

Credits in Term 6

 

 

 

21

BAG 140: Rain-fed Agriculture and Watershed Management

This course introduces the types history of rain-fed agriculture and watersheds in India. It also describes the problems and prospects of rain-fed agriculture importance of water harvesting and techniques.

BAG 141: Protected Cultivation and Secondary Agriculture

This course introduces green house technology planning and design. it gives the important engineering properties of cereals pulses oil seeds and their importance in PHT equipment design.

BAG 142: Diseases of Field and Horticultural Crops and Their Management - II

This course gives the knowledge about the symptoms etiology disease cycle and management of wheat sugarcane sunflower mustard cotton cucurbits and fruit crops.

BAG 143: Post Harvest Management and Value Addition of Fruits and Vegetables

This course introduces post harvest processing of fruits and vegetables extent and possible causes of post harvest losses. It also gives idea of harvesting field handling and storage value addition concepts and methods of preservation.

BAG 144: Management of Beneficial Insects

This course gives introduction of the insects that are used in pest management and their mass multiplication techniques. It gives importance of beneficial insects like bees silkworm and lac.

BAG 145: Crop Improvement- II (Rabi crops)

This course imparts knowledge of the methods of genetic improvement of different cereals pulses oilseeds fodder crops vegetables and horticultural crops grown in Rabi season.

BAG 146: Practical Crop Production-II (Rabi crops)

This course describes crop planning raising field crops in different cropping systems. Emphasis will be laid on seed production mechanization resource conservation and management of Rabi crops.

BAG 147: Principles of Organic Farming

This course describes organic farming its principles techniques and scope in India. Processing labeling of organic produce are also covered.

BAG 148: Farm Management Production and Resource Economics

This course describes the concepts of farm management objectives and relationships with other sciences. It gives exposure to farm business analysis importance of farm records concepts of risk and uncertainty in agricultural production.

BAG 149: Principles of Food Science and Nutrition

This course introduces the concepts of food science food consumption and chemistry. It also gives introduction to the principles and methods of food processing and preservation food and nutritional disorders.

S.No.

Course Code

Course Title

L

T

P

Credits

57

 

Activities

No. of weeks

 

 

Credit hours

 

 

General orientation & On campus training by different faculties

1

 

 

14

 

 

Village attachment

8

 

 

 

 

 

Unit attachment in Univ./ College. KVK/ Research Station Attachment

5

 

 

 

 

 

Plant clinic

2

 

 

02

 

 

Agro-Industrial Attachment

3

 

 

04

 

 

Project report preparation Presentation and Evaluation

1

 

 

 

 

 

Total weeks for RAWE & AIA

20

 

 

20

 

Credits in Term 7

 

 

 

20

General Orientation and On-Campus Training by Different Faculties:

The student would get training in varying environment and working by the faculties of the university so that they are ready to get external exposure.

Village attachment:

The course will expose students to training in different universities/KVK/colleges/ research stations for hands-on experience in agriculture industrial and allied activities.

Plant clinics:

Students shall be placed in agri-cottage industries acquaintance with industry and staff would be done. They would get exposure to structure functioning of plant clinics.

Project Report Preparation Presentation an Evaluation:

Documentation of the activities and task performed by students performance evaluation appraisal and ranking.

S.No.

Course Code

Course Title

L

T

P

Credits

Term 8 Modules for Skill Development and Entrepreneurship: A student has to register 20 credits opting for two modules of (0+10) credits each (total 20 credits) from the package of modules in the VIII semester

58

BAS 101

Production Technology for Bioagents and Biofertilizer

5

0

10

0+10

59

BAS 102

Seed Production and Technology

5

0

10

0+10

60

BAS 103

Mushroom Cultivation Technology

5

0

10

0+10

61

BAS 104

Soil Plant Water and Seed Testing

5

0

10

0+10

62

BAS 105

Commercial Beekeeping

5

0

10

0+10

63

BAS 106

Commercial Horticulture

5

0

10

0+10

64

BAS 107

Organic Production Technology

5

0

10

0+10

 

Credits in Term 8

 

 

 

20

BAS 101: Production Technology for Bio-agents and Fertilizers

This course gives the importance and scope of bio-agents and Bio-fertilizers their Preparation and Application. It also gives Production Technologies for their Development and Use.

BAS 102: Seed Production and Technology

This course gives introduction to seed and seed technology causes of deterioration and their control. It also gives knowledge of seed marketing their production and marketing strategy.

BAS 103: Mushroom Cultivation Technology

This course gives introduction to cultivation of mushrooms and their importance in agri-markets. It also gives knowledge of methods to increase production and productivity of mushrooms.

BAS 104: Soil Plant Pater and Seed Technology

This course gives brief introduction of the different technologies used in analysis of soil plant water and seed production and processing techniques.

BAS 105: Commercial Beekeeping

This course describes scientific techniques to develop bee keeping and its development as an entrepreneurship business and importance of various other bee products like royal jelly pollen etc. in the national and international markets.

BAS 106: Poultry Production Technology

This course gives exposure and experience of poultry mass multiplication of poultry and their disease management for increase in production.

BAS 107: Commercial horticulture

In this course exposure is given to horticultural crops which are especially grown for commercial purposes so as to have high market value and profits.

S.No.

Course Code

Course Title

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Credits

Elective Courses (DSE/Project/Dissertation and GE) A student can select three elective courses out of the following and offer

during 4th 5th and 6th semesters.

65

BAE 101

Agribusiness Management

2

0

2

3(2+1)

66

BAE 102

Landscaping

2

0

2

3(2+1)

67

BAE 103

Food Safety and Standards                    

2

0

2

3(2+1)

68

BAE 104

Protected Cultivation

2

0

2

3(2+1)

69

BAE 104

Hi-tech. Horticulture 3(2+1)                     

2

0

2

3(2+1)

70

BAE 105

Agricultural Journalism

2

0

2

3(2+1)

 

Credits in Term 4th 5th and 6th

 

 

 

9

Total Credits: 167 + 9(elective) = 176

Minimum Credits essential for the Programme:167

Electives

BAE 101: Agri-business Management

This course gives orientation to ways of transforming agriculture into agri-business systems. Importance of agri-business in agri-economy and new agricultural policy.

BAE 102: Landscaping

In this course importance and scope of landscaping garden styles and types are described. Knowledge of landscaping of schools public places lawn establishment and management is also given.

BAE 103: Biopesticides and Biofertilizers

In this course the importance history and concepts of biopesticides and biofertilisers methods of quality control impediments and limitations in production and use are described and demonstrated.

BAE 104: Micro-Propagation Techniques

This course describes the history types of cultures stages of micropropagation organogenesis and cryopreservation techniques.

BAE 105: Hi-tech Horticulture

This course gives introduction to modern high-tech methods of production of horticultural crops and importance of nursery management and mechanization modern field preparation and planting methods components of precision farming and its applications.

BAE 106: Agricultural Journalism

This course gives introduction to nature and scope of mass-communication agricultural journalism characteristics and training of agricultural journalists and how agri-journalism in different forms and media and is similar to other types of journalism.

Eligibility Criteria
For National Students
  • Sr. Secondary (10+2) with minimum 55% marks in PCM/PCB.
  • Proficiency in English Communication
For International Students The eligibility criterion for all programs for international applicants is minimum 50% in the qualifying examination and having studied the pre-requisite subjects for admission in to the desired program.
Career path you can choose after the course

This ensures that the graduates will be eligible for higher education leading to

  • Masters Management and Doctorate degrees as well as for employment in
  • Government and Non-Government Institutions including academic managerial and administrative civil services not only in India but also in most countries of Asia Africa middle-east and rest of the world.

Students of this programme are placed in companies with an average annual package of 4.50 LPA to 6.00 LPA

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