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Are you thinking to make your career in farming and in agriculture industry? Agriculture is one of the booming sectors in India and there are many courses on agriculture that aspiring students can pursue upon. There are many colleges, universities and institutions in India, where students can take admission.


Undergraduate agricultural programs help the students to develop skills that are necessary for farming. Agricultural courses can include internships, which help them further to enhance their skills in farming. These programs also focus on the biological sciences. Careers in agricultural scientist require a more specialized type of training and that is usually found in agricultural graduate level programs. Agricultural courses focus on original research work and also include laboratory work.



 

Agriculture Admission 2018 - 2019 Application Enquiry

 
 
 
 
 
 

Agriculture Courses

Click on a course name below to find the list of colleges offering Agriculture courses for 2018 - 2019 academic year. Also, find admission announcements and application form to download and apply for Agriculture course.

  1. B.E Agricultural and Irrigation Engineering
  2. B.E Agricultural Engineering
  3. B.E Water Resource Engineering
  4. B.Sc Agricultural Marketing
  5. B.Sc Farm Science & Rural Development
  6. B.Tech Agricultural Engineering
  7. B.Tech Agricultural Information Technology
  8. B.Tech Food Science
  9. Certification Horticulture Assistant
  10. Diploma Agri Business Management
  11. Diploma Agriculture Technology
  12. Diploma Biopesticides Tech & Biofertilizer Tech
  13. Diploma Fruit Production
  14. Diploma in Seed Production Technology
  15. M.Sc (Agriculture) Entomology
  16. M.Sc (Agriculture) Genetics & Plant Breeding
  17. M.Sc (Agriculture) Hort(Floriculture & Land Scaping)
  18. M.Sc (Agriculture) Horticulture (Vegetable Science)
  19. M.Sc (Agriculture) Seed Science & Technology
  20. M.Sc Agricultural Extension
  21. M.Sc Agricultural Statistics
  22. M.Sc Agriculture
  23. M.Sc AgricultureHort.FruitProduction&Post Harvest&Tech
  24. M.Sc Agro-forestry
  25. M.Sc Animal Husbandry
  26. M.Sc Plant Pathology
  27. M.Sc. ICT in Agriculture and Rural Development
  28. M.Tech Agricultural Eng Process & Food Engineering
  29. M.Tech Food Technology
  30. Post-Graduate Certificate Agriculture Policy


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The economy of our country is primarily based on agriculture and to improve the economic condition of our country, the Indian Government is promoting the students to pursue agriculture education. The education, training system and research in the field of agriculture in our country is recognized internationally. After completion of agriculture course, students can get a job in farming, agricultural marketing, dairy farming, technology, food science and other such disciplines.
In agricultural programs, the students can find some of the following core courses.

Natural Resources


Topics that are covered in a natural resource include wildlife, soil and forestry. Students learn about power sources such as combustion engines and electric motors as well as Government programs and regulations relating to natural resources. The effects of the power sources on agriculture are also addressed in this course.

Basic Horticulture


In this course, a student study about gardening, plants and natural growth of plants. The students learn skills in controlling the plant’s development and growth. Topics that a student may learn include plant production, regulation of plant growth, storage processes and pruning.

Animal Science


In this course, students focuses on specific animals such as cows, horses and other farm animals. Students learn about the development in animals. Specific topics in animal products, animal breeding and animal feeding are also covered. In animal science course, students learn about the history of specific animals, animal breeding animal feeding and current trends in animal rearing.

Soil and Pesticides


To understand the chemical makeup of the soil and the effects that the elements may have on crop growth, students learn about soil and pesticides. In this course, students learn about conservation of soil and water, use of fertilizer and formation of soil. This course is delivered through lectures and in laboratory so that the students may apply it in real life scenarios. Students also learn about the different types of soil and also state specific soil where the agriculture program is taught.