The Department of Agricultural Economics started offering Agricultural Economics as major subjects after its initiation in 2012 and currently has 32 enrolled students in the department. Since its establishment, a total number of 49 students have completed their graduation in Agri. Economics. They are pursuing their career in different public and private sector organizations. The department’s faculty, staff, and students work in the areas of agribusiness management, marketing, agricultural finance and financial planning, policy, entrepreneurships, economic development, international trade and transportation, natural resource economics, and agricultural production economics. Faculty responsibilities are divided among teaching, extension, research and service. Significant emphasis is given to the international dimensions of these tasks. The Department looks forward for the commencement of post graduate level courses (M.Sc/ Ph.d) as its future endeavors. This very action may help to highlight the constraints faced by farmers in the region and to provide them with better economic initiatives by deploying market based research tools.