Rajasthan College of Agriculture is constituent college of MPUAT, Udaipur and is considered as one of the oldest amongst Agricultural Colleges in the country. It was established in July, 1955 as an entity of State Government and remained affiliated to the University of Rajasthan, Rajasthan Agricultural University, University of Udaipur, which was presently renamed as Mohan Lal Sukhadia University (MLSU). The institution is located in the heart of Udaipur city on covering the sprawling area of 98 ha comprising administrative building, various departments and instructional farms. The establishment of Rajsathan College of Agriculture was an important milestone in the history of Udaipur. Standing at the threshold of its Golden Jubilee, it has acquired a status of a premier agricultural institution and stands as a monument of hard work and dedication the esteem of which has from all corners of India. The archery of its success and glory was laid by its founder principal, Late Dr. A. Rathore in 1955. He brought to the college a degree of erudition and wealth of experience rarely found anywhere, which have been emulated by its learned faculty and alumni. This noble institute has been the scholastic field of legendary people like Padmabhushan Dr. R.S. Paroda, Former DG,. ICAR & Secretary DARE; Dr. A.S. Faroda, Former Chairman ASRB and Founder Vice-Chancellor of MPUAT. Dr. S.L. Mehta, Former, Dy. DG, ICAR and National Director NATP and presetn Vice-Chancellor of MPUAT; Dr. S.S. Acharya, Former Chairman-Commission for Ag. Costs and Prices; Dr. B.S. Chundawat, Vice-Chancellor, SDAU, S.K. Nagar; Dr. S.K. Pancholi, Assoc. Dean, A&M University, Tallhassee, USA and so on, all of whom have contributed significantly towards food security and self reliance in agriculture. The college has so far produced 2858 graduates, 2084 post-graduates and 431 Ph.Ds. during the last 3 years about 25 students have availed JRF, 13 SRF, - NET and ARS.