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What's the agricultural growth rate in india

what's the agricultural growth rate in india

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RE: What's the agricultural growth rate in india

Meghna Mukherjee
Meghna Mukherjee
Verified Career Expert
Counselor at Adaptive Minds
  • Mumbai

Hi Sumit,

Wow... First time heard of a question like the one you have asked here.

Though its purely statistics lent out by the government, so would not be able to help you much.
But my question to you here is, Why do you wish to know the growth rate??

Are you planning to make a career based on such statistics??

If Yes. Then I would suggests, you to rethink.
Since this is a volatile field. It depends on many factors and one of them majorly is the climate / rainfall.

Rather I would suggests, if you are inclined or have some interests in this field, get into Research and try and reach out to this sector and make a difference.

Wish you good luck.........

RE: What's the agricultural growth rate in india

Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD
Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD

Dear Aspirant,

Your question seems like to be an academic one. Reading your question, made me remember my MA Economics days.

Do you also want to know the career in agriculture? If yes, then you are thinking right.

Let us know some more details and we shall be happy to help you.

Best wishes

RE: What's the agricultural growth rate in india

Prathamesh Kapote
Prathamesh Kapote
Verified Career Expert
Founder And Director At Canvas Career
  • Nasik

Hello Sumit,
Welcome to career guide.com
Thanks for approaching us and writing us your career query.

Its an interesting question you have. I am pleased to hear that you have been giving a thought to make a career in agriculture and have been gathering the information about the same.

Agriculture is the traditional occupation of the Human Civilisation on the earth. It has been carried from centuries from generation to generation. Agriculture is nothing but the cultivation of crops,fruits,vegetables,grains etc. which are edible for the Human Beings. The cultivation all depends on the surrounding environment,climate,availability of water,type of soil etc. factors are taken into considertaion and according to that the agriculture is practised. However you will also find the techniques and methods of agriculture cultivation is also quite different from area to area or country to country depending on the climatic conditions and availability of resources.

Agriculture has played an very important role in the development of the Human Civilisation and still its playing an very important role. Agriculture is the backbone of the Indian Economy. Around 70% of the professions are dependent on the agriculture in India. Agriculture plays an very important role in the Indian economy as the major contribution is made by the agriculture in the economy of India.

The agriculture in India is mostly dependent on the Monsoons and India also have a divers climatic conditions that contributes for the diverse agriculture cultivation practices.

India is the major producer and exporter of various agricultural products like Wheat,Spices,Pulses etc. Along with this India is major producer of Fruits and Vegetables and also of Floriculture and Horticulture.

So if you see their is a wide scope for the students pursuing the courses like BSc Agriculture/Flori culture/Horticulture etc. or B.Tech/B.E Agricultural Engineering or Agriculture Scientist.

While their is also a wide scope for the Agri Business and Agri Products especially in the field of Marketing,Merchandising etc.

Their is also a good scope Agriculture Biotechnology as India is the Big Hub of Asia for the Agriculture Biotechnology.

While many of the Agriculture products have been exported, so this also given a big room for the career in Agriculture and its products Export and Import.

There has been many universities and institutes set up by the central and state government for the agriculture studies and research and students are encouraged by the scholarships to opt for such courses.

So if you see their is a broad scope for agriculture and its related fields in India and initiatives are being taken by the government to expand the field of agriculture.

You can make a good career in this field.

I hope you find this information relevant to your career query.

Wish you Good Luck

Feel free to get in touch again.

Thank You

Warm Regards,
Prathamesh Kapote

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