Dear FriendThank you for contacting CareerGuide.com for your valuable career options in food sciences, horticulture or daiy technology. You have striked the ball with the mid of bat which signifies your inner academic and technical potential to read the futue goal. I am happy with your question. As far as the listing of institutions and colleges are concerned kindly refer to the list given by my fellow colleague-Dr. Vivek Kumar. Just visit the hoempage of each and every college and then follow my instructions which could be important inputs to reach the conclusion at placement level.1. Academi

2 answers Vivek Kumar in Agriculture & Allied Fields category

Dear Sir/Madam,Greeting's for the day!!!Kindly find below points to get brief idea on Textile & Garment Industry.The Textile Industry in India:The Indian Textile Industry boasts of having an overwhelming presence in the economy of the country. the industry plays pivotal role through its contribution to industrial output, employment generation and export earnings of the country. Currently, it contributes about 14% to the industrial output, 4% to the GDP, and 17% to the Country's export earnings. Notably, it provides the employment to over 35 million people. And with the decentralization of

3 answers Rahul Shinde in Agriculture & Allied Fields category

Dear aspirant    It is appreciating to see your interest in agriculture degree. May i know what are you currently doing and what subjects you choose at school to be eligible to study agriculture at college? Moreover do you want to study bachelors degree or masters degree? Without knowing these details it is certainly difficult for me to explain the process. But i can straight away say that you can definitely study at Madurai agricultural college through a management quota system.     To study at Madurai agricultural college and research institute,  you

2 answers Gomathi Venkat in Agriculture & Allied Fields category

Hello friend,thinking you for approaching CareerGuide.com.com.I would like to give your questions answer in detail. If you think about this exam its best career opportunity. so first i wish you get success in this exam. Junior Research Fellowship (jrf-net) are invited twice in a year all over in india. this exam is conducted by UGC. candidate must have post graduate degree minimum passed with 55%marks. this degree must be a recolonized university. final year student and result waiting student of post graduate can also apply.age limit-19 to 28 years.Name of the important institute in India

1 answer ChandraKant Munde in Agriculture & Allied Fields category

Dear friend, many thanks for your question. This is rather a very prospective question and I can undestand that you really flourish in your life. Since you are a computer engineer and wish to work in agribusiness specially in fertilizers.  In India, there are many private companies which runs fertilizer manufacturing palnts. In my opinion , the indian university or institute do not exactly offer a course in fertilizer making. But the private companies which manufacture the chemical fertilizers do offer training programs. The main chemical fertilizer manufacturing companies are Chambal fer

3 answers manojjnu Kumar in Agriculture & Allied Fields category

Dear StudentThank you very much for contacting CareerGuide.com. B.Sc in Agriculture has tremendous potential in agri-biotech, biotech and other allied subjects related to plant sciences. At present you are eligible for M.Sc in agriculture through Indian Council of Agriculture Research (ICAR) which provides you  gateway to the different specialized lab oriented research platforms at the same time you could be able to crack the agriculture scientific job under the same commission. As you have shown the interest in JRFship which is possible after post-graduation which supports you financiall

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Hello Deepa,   In this century, there is no field or course restricted to a female or a male or rather gender specific.   If you are ready to do field work and ready to tred along remote areas and stay in whatever conditions available then you could opt for this course.   Please note apart from checking the soil conditions, fertilizers etc, an agriculture graduate is also involved in the R&D of the food that is supplied.   Hence you could also join the R&D position in any food processing unit.   Wish you good luck...

1 answer Meghna Mukherjee in Agriculture & Allied Fields category

Best institutes for Bachelors in Physiotherapy in India are Jamia Hamdard, Lovely Professional university, DY Patil college, JMI, Osmania Medical College, Acharya Institute of Medical Sciences, Galgotias university etc.  

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You can appear for competitive exams based on your qualification. Better options for  higher studies are MSc in basic sciences and also in allied sciences. So you can study your interesting courses in  institutes like Lovely Professional University, SRM university, Banaras Hindu university etc.                

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Hi Sourav.. You can go for B.Sc Agriculture course without any merit list and entrance exam. But the quality of the education also will be compromised there. So, it will be better to choose institutes admitting students on the basis of their 12th score or by appearing in the eligibility test conducted by universities. Such institute will help you to have a successful career with much exposure and knowledge. The best institutes for BSc course in agriculture are Lovely Professional University, Tamilnadu agricultural university etc. You may can also avail scholarships to complete your course succ

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For graduation, you have to qualify 12th exam. So, you can apply for B.Sc Chemistry after passing in all the papers. Best universities for pursuing your course are Delhi university, Lovely Professional University, SRM university etc. You can get scholarships also in some of the universities. 

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Hello Dear Aspirant, A warm welcome to CareerGuide.com Thanks for visiitngus and wriiting us your career query. After 12th science many of the students hey go for the engineering course.  Whereas students they mostly prefer for the B.Sc graduation degree.  There are many options available for them in the B.Sc degree.  As you have taken the B. Sc Mathematics, its one of the good option and there are many options job learning and job prospers after the B.Sc Mathematics.  Here re some of the job prospects available for the B.Sc Mathematics – A skilled and trained mathema

1 answer Prathamesh Kapote in Agriculture & Allied Fields category

Some of the leading institutes in India offering BSc Agriculture course are Banaras Hindu University, Tamil Nadu Agriculture University, Lovely Professional University etc. In which, some of the universities are offering honors course and ensuring placement of the students once they are completing their course. 

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2 answers Prathamesh Kapote in Agriculture & Allied Fields category
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Dear Aspirant, We could not get connected on the call. May I ask, what were you doing till October after your 12th exam? Were you enjoying your 12th result too much that you didnt bother to think about the further admissions? October is too late and colleges must have readied for their terminal / mid term examinations. How will you be able to cope up with the studies. University shall not allow admission now to a degree course like BSc.  I think it is better to visit the college in which you wish to have admitted and speak to the Principal. Best wishes

3 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Agriculture & Allied Fields category

Dear Aspirant, Going for a PG or a job depends on your priority or on the availability of the opportunity. If there is a job opportunity in sight, then definitely you should give priority to grab that job. If not, then doing MSc Agriculture or MSc BioTechnology or MSc Horticulture is best to do which will add domain knowledge for you. Best wishes

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