Agriculture is the field of science that involves the study of various scientific, technical, and business subjects related to agriculture, horticulture, farm management, poultry farming, dairy farming, agricultural biotechnology, etc.
In India half, the workforce is living on agriculture and there is a demand for professionals and skilled people in the agriculture industry. After a bachelor’s and masters in agriculture, students can avail of tremendous job opportunities in government as well as private sectors.
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Some of the popular undergraduate Agriculture courses are:
- B.Sc. in Agriculture
- B.Sc in Agriculture Economics and Farm Management
- B.Sc in Animal Husbandry
- B.Sc in Forestry
- B.Sc Soil and water management
- B.Sc in Horticulture
- B.Sc Agriculture and Food Business
- B.Sc in Fisheries
Students can choose courses in Agriculture both at undergraduate (UG) and postgraduate (PG) levels.
UG Level: Candidates should clear class 12th in the Science stream with at least 45%-50% aggregate marks.
PG Level: Candidates should obtain a bachelor’s degree with at least 45%-50% aggregate marks.