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    What is the scope of Agriculture field in India?

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    What is the scope of Agriculture field in India?





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  3. #2
    amit000
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    Re: What is the scope of Agriculture field in India?

    hi friend

    in agriculture feild You can become an :

    Agriculture Scientist
    Agriculture Technician
    Agriculturists
    Business Development Executive
    Data Curator.
    Marketing Executive
    Rice Breeder
    Seed Technologist
    Junior Agriculture Specialist
    Junior Associate - Research

    Government Sector Jobs after Bachelor of Agriculture

    Indian Agricultural Research Institute
    National Diary Development Board
    National Seeds Corporation Limited
    North Eastern Region Agricultural Marketing Corporation
    State Farms Corporation of India

    All the Best !!




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    pabolu manikanta
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    Re: What is the scope of Agriculture field in India?

    Hello Friend..............

    Agriculture Engineering:
    This is one of the Engineering course of study which is studied after the completion of the 12th class of study and this Agriculture engineering course of study also offers many of the job prospects in both the private and also in the Public sectors also.
    The Candidates who had the Science course of study as the study in the Higher secondary school of education can take up this Agriculture course of study.This Agriculture Engineering course of study is studied.This course of study is the one of the important career prospects which are available.




    There are also many of the job prospects which are available for the candidates in the Agriculture engineering course of study and after this course of study there are many of the areas of the work which are available for the candidates of the Agriculture Engineers and some of the areas of the work which are available are the.........
    *Fields Officers
    *Research Laboratories
    *Scientists
    *Data Base Specialists
    *Business Analysts
    These are some of the fields or the areas where you will be appointed after the completion of your Agriculture Engineering course of study..........

    The Renumeration of these Agriculture Engineers is also high and it will be of the 5,000 to the 30,000 per month as per the experience and the specialization courses you had done,
    Those who had completed the Master Degree course of study in the Agriculture Fields of study can earn up to the 54,000 per month.
    There are many of the private firms are also available which are recruiting the Agriculture Firms and the Agriculture Engineers and the candidates who had completed the Agriculture Engineering course of study can enter in to the many of the fields of the work either in the private sectors and also in the Public sectors also.............

    This Agriculture Engineering course of study is the 4 years under graduate degree course of study which is available for the candidates who wish to do the agriculture engineering course of study.
    REGARDS:

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    kitkat
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    Re: What is the scope of Agriculture field in India?

    hai,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
    dear Agriculture in India is the means of livelihood of almost two thirds of the work force in the country. It has always been INDIA'S most important economic sector.Modern agriculture practices are increasingly turning out to be knowledge-based and hence gaining expertise in them is not an easy task for many of our rural farmers.
    The Agriculture Course identifies the developments and changes happening in the food and agriculture industry. This course makes you to about the importance of agriculture and its related sectors. By this study, you can become efficient to develop national policies and Schemes that benefits farmers to a great extent. This course is developed to protect the interest of farmers by providing adequate supply of inputs and services. The inputs refers to fertilizers, seeds etc where as services refers to financial aids such as agricultural credit. As a whole this subject takes care of all areas of
    • production,
    • distribution and
    • marketing of agricultural products.
    Some of the specializations in Agriculture include:
    • Agronomy
    • Turf-grass management
    • Plant pathology
    • Horticulture
    • Hydroponics
    • Weed sciences
    • Pasture management
    • Animal nutrition and husbandry amongst several other agriculture-related disciplines
    The study of this science includes
    • Brainstorming sessions
    • Exposure visits
    • Field study
    • Interactive sessions
    • Lectures with audio visual aids
    • Theoretical study
    Various Courses in Agriculture and Allied Practices after 12th
    • Degree Courses in Agriculture and Allied Practices
    • B.Sc. (Agricultural Biotechnology)
    • B.Sc. (Agricultural Economics & Farm management)
    • B.Sc. (Agricultural Meteorology)
    • B.Sc. (Agricultural Statistics)
    • B.Sc. (Agriculture)
    • B.Sc. (Agriculture Marketing & Business Management)
    • B.Sc. (Agronomy)
    • B.Sc. (Biochemistry & Agricultural Chemistry)
    • B.Sc. (Crop Physiology)
    • B.Sc. (Entomology)
    • B.Sc. (Hons) (Agriculture)
    • B.Sc. (Rural Agricultural Work Experience)
    • B.Sc. (Soil Science)
    • B.Sc. (Tea Husbandry & Technology)
    • B Tech. (Agricultural and Food Engineering)
    • Post Graduate Course
    • 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. (Agriculture in 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)
    • Ph.D. (Agri Business Management)
    • Ph.D. (Agricultural Entomology)
    • Ph.D. (Agriculture - Extension Education)
    • Ph.D. (Agriculture Biotechnology)
    • Ph.D. (Agriculture Economics)
    • 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. (Vetinary Science & A.H.)
    all the best

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    Re: What is the scope of Agriculture field in India?

    Hi......................
    Friends,

    The Degree courses in Agriculture like ::
    ******************************
    -->> B.Sc. (Agronomy)

    -->> B.Sc. (Biochemistry & Agricultural Chemistry)

    -->> B.Sc. (Agricultural Biotechnology)

    -->> B Tech. (Agricultural and Food Engineering)

    -->> B.Sc. (Agricultural Statistics)

    -->> B.Sc. (Agriculture)

    -->> B.Sc. (Agriculture Marketing & Business Management)

    -->> B.Sc. (Crop Physiology)

    -->> B.Sc. (Entomology)

    -->> B.Sc. (Soil Science)

    -->> B.Sc. (Tea Husbandry & Technology)

    -->> B.Sc. (Hons) (Agriculture)

    -->> B.Sc. (Rural Agricultural Work Experience)

    -->> B.Sc. (Agricultural Economics & Farm management)

    -->> B.Sc. (Agricultural Meteorology)


    PG ( POST GRADUATION ) courses like ::
    ******************************
    -->> M.F.Sc. (Applied Aquaculture)

    -->> M.F.Sc. (Freshwater Aquaculture)

    -->> M.Sc. (Rural Banking & Finance Management)

    -->> M.Sc. (Wild life Sciences)

    -->> M.Sc. (Hons.) (Agriculture)

    -->> M.F.Sc. (Inland Aquaculture)

    -->> M.Sc. (Agriculture)

    -->> M.Sc. (Agriculture in Biochemistry)

    -->> Ph.D. (Veterinary Science)

    -->> M.Sc. (Cropsiology)

    -->> M.F.Sc. (Mariculture)

    -->> M.Sc. (Agricultural Sciences)

    -->> Ph.D. (Agriculture Biotechnology)

    -->> Ph.D. (Agriculture Economics)

    -->> 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)

    -->> M.Sc. (Animal Husbandry and Drying)

    -->> M.Sc. (Bioscience)

    -->> Ph.D. (Agri Business Management)

    -->> Ph.D. (Agricultural Entomology)

    -->> Ph.D. (Agriculture - Extension Education)

    -->> Ph.D. (Vetinary Science & A.H.)

    -->> M.Sc. (Co-operative Management)




    All the best....................

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    Re: What is the scope of Agriculture field in India?

    Sir I'm pass 12th in science biology and now I want to go in agriculture field.Which course is best for me..??
    NIMBARAM CHOUDHARY

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    Re: What is the scope of Agriculture field in India?

    what is the scope for B.Tech Agricultural Information Technology?

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    Re: What is the scope of Agriculture field in India?

    Hello friends..............................,

    Agriculture in India is the means of livelihood of almost two thirds of the work force in the country.
    It has always been INDIA'S most important economic sector.
    Modern agriculture practices are increasingly turning out to be knowledge-based and hence gaining expertise in them is not an easy task for many of our rural farmers.
    The Agriculture Course identifies the developments and changes happening in the food and agriculture industry.
    This course makes you to about the importance of agriculture and its related sectors.
    By this study, you can become efficient to develop national policies and Schemes that benefits farmers to a great extent.
    This course is developed to protect the interest of farmers by providing adequate supply of inputs and services.
    The inputs refers to fertilizers, seeds etc where as services refers to financial aids such as agricultural credit.

    As a whole this subject takes care of all areas of:-

    >>production,
    >>distribution and
    >>marketing of agricultural products.

    Some of the specializations in Agriculture include:-

    >>Agronomy
    >>Turf-grass management
    >>Plant pathology
    >>Horticulture
    >>Hydroponics
    >>Weed sciences
    >>Pasture management
    >>Animal nutrition and husbandry amongst several other agriculture-related disciplines
    >>The study of this science includes
    >>Brainstorming sessions
    >>Exposure visits
    >>Field study
    >>Interactive sessions
    >>Lectures with audio visual aids
    >>Theoretical study

    Various Courses in Agriculture and Allied Practices after Inter are:-

    >>Degree Courses in Agriculture and Allied Practices
    >>B.Sc. (Agricultural Biotechnology)
    >>B.Sc. (Agricultural Economics & Farm management)
    >>B.Sc. (Agricultural Meteorology)
    >>B.Sc. (Agricultural Statistics)
    >>B.Sc. (Agriculture)
    >>B.Sc. (Agriculture Marketing & Business Management)
    >>B.Sc. (Agronomy)
    >>B.Sc. (Biochemistry & Agricultural Chemistry)
    >>B.Sc. (Crop Physiology)
    >>B.Sc. (Entomology)
    >>B.Sc. (Hons) (Agriculture)
    >>B.Sc. (Rural Agricultural Work Experience)
    >>B.Sc. (Soil Science)
    >>B.Sc. (Tea Husbandry & Technology)
    >>B Tech. (Agricultural and Food Engineering)

    Post Graduate Course are as follows:-

    >>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. (Agriculture in 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)
    >>Ph.D. (Agri Business Management)
    >>Ph.D. (Agricultural Entomology)
    >>Ph.D. (Agriculture - Extension Education)
    >>Ph.D. (Agriculture Biotechnology)
    >>Ph.D. (Agriculture Economics)
    >>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. (Vetinary Science & A.H.)

    So choose the better way what to do for your good future my friend

    All the best and good luck for your bright future my friend...................................!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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