For agriculture students we have a piece of land on campus that students use to learn about the techniques and application of crop production. Agriculture students grow rice, potatoes, corn, sugarcane and many other crops to supplement their education in the classroom. This gives them the chance to practice the theories they learn in class as well as experience the practical aspect of crop cultivation. They also get the opportunity to visit renowned agriculture institutes to enhance their knowledge of the agriculture industry. Younger students from our school section also visit the agriculture field to support their science education, particularly when they are learning about plant life. School students get to learn about the crops on the field as well as plant their own seeds and watch their plants grow over time.