Agriculture - Career Queries

Dear Aspirant, It definitely appears that you are not satisfied with the education you have taken and also do not wish to get a job in that field that is IT/Computers. Suddenly you are thinking of MPSC RTO and Forest Service Exams. May I know why this drastic decision? Hope you understand if you go for those exams of MPSC, your graduation is useless in terms of domain skills and knowledge. I would not suggest you to go for those exams but look for jobs in IT. IT industry is the most growing industry in India and worldwide and there are good jobs available with good salaries. If you are confuse


Dear Aspirant, If you are interested in Information Technology or IT Engineering career, then doing BE IT is highly recommended and not BSc IT. If the case is that you are not getting admission into engineering for some reason, then I would suggest that you may choose BCA and not BSc IT. BSc IT is also a good course, but I would like to recommend that do not settle for a second level course if you are getting admission to superior course. Plain BSc would not help you to get into IT industry and in this case, BSc IT is fine. However you will be much more in demand for jobs if you complete MSc I

1 answer Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Agriculture category

Dear sameera, Agriculture accounts for about 1/4th of the Indian economy but employs about 2/3rd of its population. India has about 161 million hectares of arable land of which 55 million is irrigated. A whole range of new career opportunities can be taken up in the agriculture sector. Please have a look at some popular career option under Agriculture industry : Agriculture & Allied Fields Biological Scientist Dietitian Environmental scientist Fishery Scientist Food Technologists Geographers   Geologists Indian Forest Service Officer   Meteorologist Nutritionists Oceanographers

1 answer Ajit  Kumar in Agriculture category

Dear Aspirant, I would recommend that if possible you should try to get into agri business. For this, after BTech Agriculture, you can go for MBA Agri-Business Management. This will give you learning of business in agriculture. Ofcourse, apart from this, you can go for jobs in research, farm related industries, food technology, etc. Best wishes

2 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Agriculture category

Yes Dear It is surely a good option, just go for it. It has a wider scope and bright future in India. These days everyone is Quite conscious about their physique and maintenance of weight and figure, so they need to follow a proper diet plan and hence seek an expert advice. You can earn beyond your imagination if you get a good start. You may consider these institutions for admission - Amrita School of Engineering, Coimbtore,........................Alliance College of Engineering and Design,Bangalore,...........................Lovely Professional University, Phagwara

2 answers Dr. Ashwani Rana in Agriculture category

Dear Aspirant, With 12th PCB combination, you can definitely opt for BSc Agriculture.  For this you will have to go through an entrance test of the concerned college in which you are seeking admission. Post BSc Agriculture, you can opt for MSc or MBA Agri Business Management. Best wishes

2 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Agriculture category

Dear Aspirant, With 12th PCB combination, you can definitely opt for BSc Agriculture.  For this you will have to go through an entrance test of the concerned college in which you are seeking admission. Post BSc Agriculture, you can opt for MSc or MBA Agri Business Management. Best wishes

1 answer Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Agriculture category

Dear Aspirant, With 12th PCB combination, you can definitely opt for BSc Agriculture.  For this you will have to go through an entrance test of the concerned college in which you are seeking admission. Post BSc Agriculture, you can opt for MSc or MBA Agri Business Management. Best wishes

1 answer Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Agriculture category

Dear Aspirant, Food Technology is picking up and is very well developed in western countries. In India, Food Technologists are now getting demand due to rise in processed foods and fast food industry. There are good quality jobs available in India and the need for Food Technologists / Engineers is increasing. The salaries are also very good and there is growth potential. You can definitely go ahead in Food Technology and pursue it by doing BTech. Best wishes

2 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Agriculture category

As a BPharm Student, you can pursue MSc in Food Technology. The leading institutes to pursue the course are Lovely Professional University, Pondicheri University etc. You can appear for the entrance exam of these institutes and to qualify for the admission. A degree in Food Technology will help you to find a promising career for sure. 

2 answers in Agriculture category

Dear Aspirant, Food Technology and Occupational Therapy are too different courses and options leading to different career paths. You are asking me to compare oranges and apple and tell you which is good. My answer would be "every career is good however it is more important to know whether you are suitable for that particular career or no. Good career is an ambition of every person, however you should ensure that you have the right educational qualifications, employability skills and positive attitude".  Good salary does not come instantly and you have to buil

1 answer Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Agriculture category

Dear Aspirant, You are at a very right platform and I will be happy to guide you. Always remember that every career is good however it is more important to know whether you are suitable for that particular career or no. Good career is an ambition of every person, however you should ensure that you have the right educational qualifications, employability skills and positive attitude.  Climate Science is a good career option and there are courses in Metereology. Also, if you ar not clear about your career interests, I would recommend you to appear for the Ideal

1 answer Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Agriculture category

Dear Aspirant, For BSc Agriculture, you need PCB at your 12th Science level. You will have to appear for an entrance test for BSc Agriculture course with the respective college you wish to do the course from. Based on your performance in the entrance test and 12th science PCB marks, you will get admission to BSc Agriculture. Further BSc Agriculture it is recommended that you complete Masters in either Agriculture or take up MBA Agri Business Management. Best wishes  


Dear Aspirant, Basically from your question, it appears that you are not too much inclined towards science subjects and only want subjects apart from Chemistry. I feel you are not suitable for Science careers. I would recommend you to appear for the Ideal Career Test from CareerGuide.com. This psychometric test will ascertain which career option you are suitable for. This test will judge your aptitude, interests, inter personal abilities, etc. After that you can speak to me through this system. Best wishes

4 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Agriculture category

Dear Friend, these days people are turning their steps towards organic vegetables and the things grown this way, they do not prefer visiting green grocers and buying vegetables from them rather they prefer to visit nearby agricultural universities or super markets offering organic vegetables, So, these days there has come a revival of learning and yes, there is a brighter scope and sound future in the field of agriculture. You may choose this line without any second thought at - Amrita School of Engineering, Coimbtore,......................Lovely Professional University, Phagwara,.............

2 answers Dr. Ashwani Rana in Agriculture category

Dear Student, if you are pursuing medical or non-medical branch, then Chemistry subject is a mandatory one but otherwise if we talk about B.sc. IT/ B.Sc. CS/ B.Sc. Home Science then there is no role of Chemistry, thus it depends which B.Sc. you are going through. Let me guide you highly reputed institutions for pursuing degree - Alliance College of Engineering and Design, Bangalore,.................GITAM University, Vishakhapatnam,.....................Lovely Professional University, Phagwara

2 answers Dr. Ashwani Rana in Agriculture category

Dear Aspirant, What is the reason you are not able to get a job? I believe there are jobs for Agriculture graduates. I feel, enhancing your knowledge in agrciculture by diong MSc or MBA Agri Business Management would be a solution to this. Also please think over on why you are not able to get a job? Have you other batch mates got a job or no? If yes, you need to study and see why and how they got their jobs? Best wishes

1 answer Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Agriculture category

Dear Student, be clear whether you wish to make your career in this field or it's just a long cherished dream with you, if you wish to excel in this field and opt as a career then you must start anew with a degree program based on your 10+2 marks, or else you may go for a diploma etc. for the same after your graduation as well. i suggest you to visit some chosen institutions' official website and get to know the requisite eligibility criteria, these institutions are - Gitam University, Vishakhapatnam,............................SRM University, Chennai,..........................Lovely Professio

2 answers Dr. Ashwani Rana in Agriculture category

Dear Rajiv, The scholastics, research and preparing arrangement of Indian agribusiness is globally recognized for its quality. In the wake of finishing an agribusiness course, you can discover work in Agricultural Marketing, Farming, Dairy Farming, Food Science and Technology and other fluctuated disciplines. Rural studies have distinctive qualification criteria for the shifted courses that are advertised. There are transient recognitions, affirmations, lone ranger's courses and additionally experts and PhD courses that can be sought after in the wake of passing school with science, trade or e

1 answer Preetha Ajit in Agriculture category

Hello Shrestha, A career as a dietitian will suit you if you have an interest in people, food, health and science. I would recommend you to opt for Bsc Home Science doing Majors in Food, Nutrition and Dietetics from a well-known university. Wishing you good luck.

2 answers Yesha Doshi in Agriculture category