It doesn't matter from which university you pursue your graduation from, because honestly.. BSc Agriculture is not the most popular choice among students.
Even after you're done with your graduation, you can't expect anything (in terms of placements, even if you’ve done it from Swami Vivekanand institute of Technology. But if you want to get that “tag”, go for it. They've paid seats aswell). So, really no use of going anywhere, find such an institution which will be nearby your home. Because ultimately, you'll have to prepare for higher competitions for PG, or literally anything.
Keeping that in mind, choose a college in your own state. If you're from north, I wouldn't recommend you to join TNAU. There are plenty of decent uni in UP itself. A simple Google search will do!
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