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The aim of the study is to understand the e-KrishiShiksha, an e-Learning platform for agriculture education in India. An e-learning portal called e-KrishiShiksha had a significant impact on India's agricultural research and extension programs. According to the study, out of seven-degree programs, most students (56.2%) registered for the B.Sc. (agricultural) degree program. This was followed by the B.Sc. (Horticulture) 15.3%, B.Tech. (Agricultural Engineering) 11.3%, and B.Tech. (Dairy Technology) 6.4%. According to the report, university-wise across the country majority of users registered in MPKV Rahuri University (8.9%), followed by IGKV Raipur (5.6%) and TNAU, Coimbatore (4.7%). Furthermore, it has been noted that the majority of undergraduate students across all seven disciplines have registered for e-KrishiShiksha.