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    Job opportunity in the field of agriculture?

    I want to study bsc.agriculture,is there any job opportunity in this field?what is the maximum duration for this course?how much income should get from it?which job in this field has grade first quality?

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    satyavivek is offline Junior Member
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    Cool Re: Job opportunity in the field of agriculture?

    Hello Friend,

    Organizations like banks , food corporations , Dairy Consultancies , Animal Industry employ professionals for Agriculture field.

    After B Sc in Agriculture you can find various jobs in Government and Private sectors.

    Specialist in this field of employment can find jobs very easily in any of the sectors.

    ***Some of the jobs in Government sector are:

    • National Seeds Corporation
    • Food Corporation
    • Warehouse Corporation of India
    • UPSC sector
    • IBPS sector
    • RRB sector
    ***Some of the Private jobs are:
    • Kissan Seeds
    • Gromor Urea
    • Amul Dairy
    • Visakha Dairy
    • Heritage
    • TATA Farms , etc
    ***Eligibility Criteria:
    • You must get good percentage in your B Sc ,i.e, more than 60%.
    • Your age must be in between 18 to 28 years.
    • You must be good at your Discipline subject.
    National Banks for Agriculture and Development also employ professional from the field.


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    KAVITAGOPANI is offline Junior Member
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    Re: Job opportunity in the field of agriculture?


    For agriculture you can get following types of jobs-

    Required Development Officer
    Purvanchal Agriculture Marketing Corporation Ltd - Agra, Uttar Pradesh

    Agriculture Field Officer
    Bank of India - Mumbai, Maharashtra
    Pay Scale:- Rs. 14500- 600/7 -

    Area Manager
    MARKS - Delhi, Delhi

    Trade Commissioner
    Consulate General Of Canada Mumbai - Mumbai, Maharashtra
    Agriculture and AgriFood Canada, 3 years Term Position, Starting Salary Rs 1,146,009 per annum

    Agriculture Officers

    And generally the course sapn is for 3 to 4 yrs...........

    This is a growing field which very few students opt for and so it almost garantees you the job..........


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    rickykumar24 is offline Senior Member
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    Re: Job opportunity in the field of agriculture?

    Dear friend
    B.sc agriculture is one of the best field in india for securing government job. As we all know that india is a agriculture based country and thats why the demand of Agricultur candidates in demand. so you have taken very good decission to go for b.sc in agriculture. Dont worry about job opportunities you have numerious job opportunities after b.sc agriculture.

    Jobs after B.Sc Agriculture :

    after completion of this course you have many options like;.further studies or go for job sector side.

    So if you interested to join in higher studies,then you can go M.Sc Agriculture through entrance exams conducted by the respective college or university.

    Other wise you can go for job sector side in this sector you have jobs in private sector as well as in govt sectors.If you want job in the govt sectors,then you need to write the entrance exam conducted by the offering company.

    Govt Jobs After B.Sc Agriculture :

    After completion of this course you can apply for public sector jobs and you can apply for Agricultural Research Scientist (ARS).Other wise you can apply for NET entrance exam conducted by the central govt of india for lecturer post in govt universities or colleges.

    Also apply for Block Development Officers or Agriculture Development Officers or Public sector banking jobs or railway sector jobs etc;..And you can also apply for following organizations and these organizations are conducted by the state govt or UPSC govt,they include;..
    • Indian Agricultural Research Institute
    • National Seeds Corporation Limited
    • North Eastern Region Agricultural Marketing Corporation
    • State Farms Corporation of India
    Private Sector Jobs After B.Sc Agriculture :

    After completion of this course you have many offering private as well as govt organizations for the following positions, they include;.

    Agriculture officer,Assistant Plantation Manager,Territory Manager,Trial coordinator,Technical Manager,Agricultural Research Scientist,Agriculture Development Officers.SO ,if you want job in private sector then you can search job in following areas;..
    • Agriculture Marketing
    • Banking
    • Forestry
    • Home Science
    • Horticulture
    • Dairy Technology
    • Fisheries Science
    • Food Science & Technology
    • Sericulture
    • Veterinary Science
    For these you need to write the entrance exams conducted by the respective organization.After completion of entrance exams some of organizations are conducted the personal interview is final selection stage.

    all the best

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    kinshuk sarkar is offline Senior Member
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    Re: Job opportunity in the field of agriculture?

    Hello Guest, Here i am giving you the complete details of B.SC in Agriculture.

    Candidates who want to pursue B.Sc in Agriculture should be 10 2 pass in Science stream withPhysics Chemistry and Biology as subjects. Candidates should have obtained not less than 50% marks in aggregate for admission under General, UPS and OBC categories, 40% marks in aggregate for admission under SC, ST and PH categories in 10 2 examination with PCM/PCB/PCMB/PCA/PCH subject combinations.
    Candidates having compartment/supplementary in any subject in 10 2 examination are not eligible for admission. Candidatesappearing for 10 2 examination can also apply but will have to produce 10 2 pass certificate with appropriate Percentage marks during counselling. Pass in English in 10 2 examination is essential for admission in some of the Universities.
    Candidates should not have completed the age of 21 years onthe first day of July of the admission year. Indian Council of Agriculture Research (ICAR) conducts All India Entrance Examination (AIEEA-UG) for Admission to Bachelor's degree in Agriculture. A candidate need to clear this exam to get admission into his desired Institution.

    >>Bachelor of Agriculture Subjects:
    Bachelor of Agriculture Subjects are dependant on one's chosen field of specialisation.
    >> Bachelor of Agriculture Specialisations -
    *. Agronomy.
    *. Agricultural Economy.
    *. Agricultural Biochemistry.
    *. Agricultural Meteorology and Physics.
    *. Genetics.
    *. Animal Science and Biotechnology.
    *. Instrumentation and Environmental Sciences.

    >>Employment Areas:
    *. Tea Gardens.
    *. Coffee and Rubber Plantations
    *. Fruit Orchards.
    *. Research Organizations.
    *. Educational Institutes.
    *. Research and Development.
    *. Agricultural Production Centres
    *. National Seed Companies.
    *. Cotton/ Jute/ Tobacco Companies.
    *. Agricultural and Food Products Related Companies.
    *. Pesticide Control.
    *. Fertilizer Companies.
    *. National Bank For Agriculture And Rural Development.

    >>Job Types:
    *. Agriculture Technician.
    *. Senior Agriculture Specialist.
    *. Deputy General Manager (Production).
    *. Seed Technologist.
    *. Senior Associate - Research.
    *. Business Development Executive.
    *. Agriculturists.
    *. Agriculture Scientist .
    *. Data Curator.
    *. Rice Breeder.
    *. Marketing Executive.

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