The Agricultural Institute was founded as an ecumenical body of Christian Churches and Church organisations in India, under the leadership of Dr. Sam Higginbottom, in 1910. Dr. Sam Higginbottom landed in India in 1903, and entered the Presbyterian Church's North India Mission. From 1903 to 1909, at Allahabad Christian College, now known as Ewing Christian College, he taught economics and science, while at the same time studying local dialect. He became a familiar figure within the surrounding villages during this period. He often saw and studied the villagers' living standards, and was profoundly involved with the ancient farming method.He was often deeply troubled by the wide gap between the metropolitan and rural Christian populations. He considered the Christian poverty of the villagers for many months and eventually, by the end of 1909, he resolved to bridge this gulf by creating an agricultural school which he envisaged would educate the village people, adopt improved farming methods and cooperate with the local farmers in solving their practical problems related to agriculture. He also took responsibility for running a lepers' shelter.
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