College of Agriculture, the constituent College of the Mahatma Phule Krishi Vidyapeeth, Rahuri. The College of Agriculture, Pune is one of the first five agriculture colleges established in India. From its very inception, there has been a close co-ordination between research and teaching. After establishment of Maharashtra Agricultural University in the year 1968, the College of Agriculture, Pune was transferred to the University as a constituent college. In 1969, the College was transferred to the Mahatma Phule Krishi Vidyapeeth (Agricultural University), Rahuri established in that year.
Gymnasium and Playgrounds: The College has two big play grounds and well equipped gymnasium and badminton hall for both indoor and outdoor games.
Auditorium: The college has Shirname Auditorium with 350 seating capacity with all modern amenities.
Library: The central library of the College of Agriculture, Pune was established in 1908. It is one of the oldest agricultural libraries in India. It has a seating capacity for 150 students in the common reading area.
The boy's hostels accommodate 800 students. A girl's hostel has accommodation facilities for 225 girls. Each of the hostel buildings has common hall with television, internet and mess arrangements.