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what is scope for agricultural?

Discussion in 'Top Other Colleges' started by dhivyaa4n, Sep 1, 2016.

  1. dhivyaa4n

    dhivyaa4n Member

    pls share ur ideas....
     
  2. a4ndinesh

    a4ndinesh Member

    Agriculture has an more innovates ideas and scopes and best future for it
     
  3. Agricultural education in India is presently regulated by Indian Council of Agricultural Research(ICAR) New Delhi. Many universities and colleges in India offer 4-year degree course as the Bachelor of Science in Agriculture(hons) where students get to study the scientific principles underlying the disciplines practiced in different specializations like etc Agronomy, Horticulture, Plant Pathology, Entomology, Agricultural Economics, Extension education, Genetics and Plant Breeding, Soil Science, Food technology, Animal Husbandry apart from supporting courses in Basic Sciences, Humanities and Agricultural Engineering etc. Those who are keen to work in this sector can also opt to do Master of Science in Agriculture which is the study of the scientific principles underlying the disciplines practiced in Agronomy and Entomology. Most of the courses are infused with practicality with emphasis on ‘hands on’ experience and ‘learning by doing’.
     
  4. jyoti das

    jyoti das Member

    Hello,
    Career Scope Abroad for Agricultural Science & Technology
    Around 27% will be in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields. Jobs in sustainable food and biomaterials production will make up 15%, while 12% of the openings will be in education, communication, and governmental services.

    Read also : Top colleges in Agriculture

    Hope this answer will help you
    Good luck!
     

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