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Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Job opportunities

Agricultural giants such as ITC, Monsanto and Cargill, which are beginning to establish their presence in commercial farming as well as small farmer-led production initiatives are on the look out for young executives to handle extension services. Since agriculture is a priority area in achieving financial inclusion, many insurance companies and banks also recruit agriculture graduates. 

Also, look at research and advocacy-based organisations such as Centre for Science and Environment (CSE). “Extension, that is, taking your expertise from the lab to the land and vice-versa, is the most challenging aspect,” says Dr. K M Manjaiah, Registrar (Academic), IARI, enthusiastically. For instance, the AME Foundation, an NGO which focuses on promoting agriculture in difficult circumstances, helps families which thrive on dry farming in Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu.



There are lot of opportunities after completion of Bsc (Agri).

Before entering into a goal fixing, first of all you should have to know about your self i.e. your interest, sustainability in a particular field,your physical and mental strength and weakness, families financial position and near future commitments. On basis of these you can fix up your goal.

There are lot of ways

1. If interested in research and teaching and to be posted in Government jobs you can go for PG studies

2. Starting consultancy services

3. Establishing Agri clinics

4. Overseas opportunity

5. Establishing Nurseries

6. Export of Agriculture produce

But if you selected a way you have to be firm in that and your mind should not be wavery.

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