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    What are the career options after B.Sc Agriculture?

    Hello...

    What are the career options after B.Sc Agriculture?


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    amit000
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    Re: What are the career options after B.Sc Agriculture?

    hi frind
    Once aspirants complete their graduate level program in agriculture, they can go for the M.Sc program in the same field.


    M.Sc in Agric Botany
    M.Sc in Agriculture Bio-Technology
    M.Sc in Agriculture Chemistry
    M.Sc in Agriculture Economics
    M.Sc in Agriculture Extension
    M.Sc in Agriculture Engineering
    M.Sc in Agriculture Statistics
    M.Sc in Agriculture Zoology
    M.Sc in Agriculture Entomology
    M.Sc in Agronomy

    These are a few certification courses available for those aspirants who have completed their graduate level course in horticulture.

    Certificate course in Bio-fertilizer Production
    Certificate course in Food & Beverage Service
    Certificate Course in Food Production
    Certificate Course in Mushroom Spawn Production and Cultivation
    Certificate Course in Organic Agriculture
    Certificate course in Seed Technology

    Jobs are also available for aspirants as Agriculture Development Officers (ADO) or as Block Development Officers. A few other areas where employment is offered to students of B.Sc horticulture encompass banks, Dairy consultancies, insurance companies and the animal industry.

    Some of the best colleges in India offering you B.Sc(Agriculture) courses are:-

    Punjab Agriculture University,Ludhiana.

    Acharya NG Ranga Agricultural University,Hyderabad.

    G.B.PANT College Of Agriculture,Pantnagar.


    Indira Gandhi Krishi Vishwavidyalaya, Raipur

    University of Agricultural Sciences,Bangalore

    Narendra Deva University of Agriculture and Technology,Faizabad

    Kerala Agricultural University, Vellanikkara,

    Jawaharlal Nehru Vishwavidyalaya, Jabalpur

    Indian Agricultural Research Institute, Pusa, New Delhi
    good luck




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    watermelon
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    Re: What are the career options after B.Sc Agriculture?

    Hello Dear Friend ...


    There are so many career opportunities as well as Job opportunities for you ...

    You can get jobs in the various sectors like

    <> BANKING

    <> HORTICULTURE

    <> AGRICULTURE MARKETING

    <> HOME SCIENCE

    <> FORESTRY

    <> SERICULTURE

    <> FISHIRIES SCIENCE

    <> VETERINARY SCIENCE

    <> FOOD SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY




    GOOD LUCK

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    Prince09
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    Re: What are the career options after B.Sc Agriculture?

    hello . .



    After B.Sc agriculture jobs with firms of the private or public sectors are applicable.

    With public sector firms, You can get employed as Agricultural Research Scientist (ARS).

    But to get employed into this position, you have to apply and write an admission test.

    Job opportunities are also available for as teachers.

    You can write the ARS-NET exam and get employed with colleges as lecturers.

    Jobs are also available for aspirants as Agriculture Development Officers (ADO) or as Block Development Officers.

    A few other areas where employment is offered to students of B.Sc horticulture encompass banks, Dairy consultancies, insurance companies and the animal industry.

    You can even do further studies like M.Sc in your specialized area . .

    Options are wide ; best among to choose as per your requirement . .

    Good Luck . .

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    maxwell
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    Re: What are the career options after B.Sc Agriculture?

    hi,,,

    the career options after B.Sc Agriculture

    1.veterinary science
    2.forestry
    3.home science
    4.seed techno.
    5.certificate course in food production
    6.food science & techno.
    7.banking


    all the best---------------------------

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    Re: What are the career options after B.Sc Agriculture?

    Respected sir/mam, here by i inform you that i have passed my 12th science with 'B' group with 81% and i have interest in chemistry and biology but not at all in physics and i have confution for what to do either B.Sc or Pharmacy ? And if to opt for B.Sc then which is good for me B.Sc in chemistry or biochemistry ? kindly reply me

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    Re: What are the career options after B.Sc Agriculture?

    I have mentioned the name of companies/organizations where you can get job:

    Research Organization.
    Forest Departments.
    Education Industry (college/university/institution)
    Block Development and Agricultural Development Offices.
    Dairy Farm.
    Pharmaceutical Industries.

    Choosing a job depends on your specialization, the work culture you want to be in, compensation and above most job satisfaction. It depends on you, where or in which sector you want to work in.

    Thanks..

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    shyambabu
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    Re: What are the career options after B.Sc Agriculture?

    hiii

    Following are some of the job profiles for B.Sc in Agriculture graduates.

    1.Agriculture officer
    2.Assistant Plantation Manager
    3.Territory Manager
    4.Trial coordinator
    5.Technical Manager
    6.Agricultural Research Scientist
    7.Agriculture Development Officers

    B.Sc in Agriculture graduates can specialize in a wide variety of specializations including the following, which enables them to work comfortably in various industries.

    1.Agri Botany
    2.Agri Biotechnology
    3.Agri Chemistry
    4.Agri Entomology
    5.Agronomy
    6.Extension Education
    7.Forestry
    8.Social Forestry
    9.Agri Economics
    10.Agri Extension
    11.Agri Engineering
    12.Agri Statistics
    13.Agri Zoology
    14.Farming System Management
    15.Horticulture Mycology
    16.Micro Biology
    17.Crop Production
    18.Plant Physiology
    19.Soil Conservation
    20.Sericulture
    21.Tea Husbandry and Technology
    22.Plant Ecology
    23.Plant Pathology
    24.Seed Technology
    25.Soil Science

    Private Sector Jobs after B.Sc in Agriculture

    Private sector provides a lot of career options for B.Sc in Agriculture graduates. They are offered with attractive remuneration as well. Some of the areas that offer a good platform for B.Sc in Agriculture graduates include the following.
    1.Agriculture Marketing
    2.Banking
    3.Forestry
    4.Home Science
    5.Horticulture
    6.Dairy Technology
    7.Fisheries Science
    8.Food Science & Technology
    9.Sericulture
    10.Veterinary Science

    Government Sector jobs after B.Sc in Agriculture

    Government Sector companies also have good n B.Sc in Agriculture graduates. These aspirants need to clear several tests being organized by PSC, UPSC and also SSC to get placed in the reputed firms in this promising sector. Some of the top organizations that recruit B.Sc in Agriculture graduates include the following.

    1.Indian Agricultural Research Institute
    2.National Seeds Corporation Limited
    3.North Eastern Region Agricultural Marketing Corporation
    4.State Farms Corporation of India

    ...........all the best
    ..........all the best

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    soumya@prince
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    Re: What are the career options after B.Sc Agriculture?

    Hi aspirant,

    Agriculture:

    Graduates from this field are known for their talent and skills and flexibility to function effectively in agricultural and agribusiness industries. The agricultural engineering has helped Indian farmers to sustain the harsh climatic conditions and the shortage of capital.

    Professional from this field analyzes different agricultural operations and develop new technologies and methods to increase yields, improve land productivity and fertility, and resources conservation like seed, water, fertilizers, pesticides and fuel.

    You can try in industries associated with agriculture such as equipment companies, seed manufacturers and food companies / distributors. Some agricultural engineers like to work directly with farmers and agricultural technicians to solve issues with crop, land and livestock.

    Large Government Organisation and private organisation are hiring agricultural engineers to resolve many farming issues related its management and technical advancement. A good number of engineers are recruited into government agencies that are supervising agricultural entities.

    You can get opportunities in following organizations:

    Council on Agricultural and Science Technologies (CAST)
    Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM)
    Farm Equipment Manufacturers Association (FEMA)
    National Fluid Power Association (NFPA)
    American Society of Biological and Agricultural Engineers (ASABE)
    Agricultural Safety & Health Council of America (ASHCA)
    Indian Agriculture research institute
    National Dairy Research Institute
    Indian Veterinary research institute
    Central institute on Fisheries education

    You can also go for Post Graduation like Master of Science. It will increase in your range of post application and also you can perform any research works if you want. Post Graduation will be a best choice if You want to join Indian Agricultural Research Institute or any other research organisation.

    Some of the specialization you can try are:

    Food science
    plant science
    soil science
    Animal science

    ALL THE BEST

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    Re: What are the career options after B.Sc Agriculture?

    Salary for agriculure officers?

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    Re: What are the career options after B.Sc Agriculture?

    what is sallry of agriculture officer?

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    Re: What are the career options after B.Sc Agriculture?

    Respected sir / mam
    I'm compeleting my Bsc ag from up I want to ask
    What is the nice option for me and
    Which coaching center is the best for me there I study
    Plz sgest me.

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    Ckanth143
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    Re: What are the career options after B.Sc Agriculture?

    Hi Friend,
    Don't Worry,
    The Government Recruiting Large no.of Members to resolve the Farming issues:
    Council on Agriculture and Science Technologies
    Association of Equipment Manager
    Farm Equipment Manufacture Associations
    National Fluid Power Association
    Indian Agriculture Research Institutes
    Indian Dairy Research Institutes
    Indian Veterinary Research Institutes and
    Central Institute on Fisheries Institutes

    And You May Get Jobs in this Areas Also
    Food Science
    Plant Science
    Animal Science
    Agri Economics and
    Soil Sciences

    Thank you.,

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    bindas
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    Re: What are the career options after B.Sc Agriculture?

    hello
    my dear sur
    Higher study options in Agriculture after B.Sc

    M.F.Sc. (Applied Aquaculture)
    M.F.Sc. (Freshwater Aquaculture)
    M.F.Sc. (Inland Aquaculture)
    M.F.Sc. (Mariculture)
    M.Sc. (Agricultural Sciences)
    M.Sc. (Agriculture Biotech.)
    M.Sc. (Agriculture Botany)
    M.Sc. (Agriculture Chemistry)
    M.Sc. (Agriculture)
    M.Sc. (Agril. Biochemistry)
    M.Sc. (Animal Husbandry and Drying)
    M.Sc. (Bioscience)
    M.Sc. (Co-operative Management)
    M.Sc. (Cropsiology)
    M.Sc. (Rural Banking & Finance Management)
    M.Sc. (Wild life Sciences)
    M.Sc.(Hons.) (Agriculture)
    Master of Business Administration in Agriculture
    Ph.D. (Agri Business Management)
    Ph.D. (Agricultural Entomology)
    Ph.D. (Agriculture Biotechnology)
    Ph.D. (Agriculture Economics)
    Ph.D. (Agriculture - Extension Education)
    Ph.D. (Agriculture)
    Ph.D. (Agril. Biochemistry)
    Ph.D. (Agronomy)
    Ph.D. (Animal Reproduction Gynaecology & Obstretrics)
    Ph.D. (Crop Physiology)
    Ph.D. (Entomology)
    Ph.D. (Extension Education)
    Ph.D. (Mariculture)
    Ph.D. (Plant Biotechnology)
    Ph.D. (Veterinary Science)
    Ph.D. (Vety. Science & A.H.)
    all the best
    thank you sir

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