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Friday, January 19, 2018

B.Sc Agriculture|subjects, eligibility , admission, course fees , entrance exam

  Ch.Charan Singh Meerut       Friday, January 19, 2018
B.Sc.Agriculture a four-year undergraduate (UG) degree that have more than one abbreviation in India such as B.Sc. (Ag.), B.Sc. (Agr.), or B.S.A (Bachelor of Science in Agriculture).

The career rising course in agriculture with contribution to Indian economics.
Yes!!! Apart from engineering and medicine, here are several others course after 12th in science available that equally paying top level jobs or career playing, for example B.Sc. Agriculture (good one for boys students) and the B.Sc. Home Science (specially for girl students), these courses are now in trends as well as offering good salary jobs to the aspirants.

after 12th
The time has gone, when the students were not aware about the courses after 12th in science, and the B.Sc. Agriculture is exploring among the science stream students.

As CCS University students, you are so lucky, that the university offering both of these courses as well as such other best courses after 12th Science cum job-oriented course.

B.Sc Agriculture - Course Overview

Lots of courses or professions match with your eligibility (be clear is it match also with your interest?), but you have not to be part of Bhed Chaal, the course must according to your personality or your interest.

When it is about science stream, where our mind stuck?
  • PCB(Combination of Physics, Chemistry, and Biology).
  • PCM(Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics).
  • PCMB(Physics, Chemistry, Math and Biology)
And, the final result As Doctor or Engineers. Yes off-course, it is true.

The demand of the agriculture trained and expert high, you can speciation in any field for getting a well paying job in Agriculture in India.

Career opportunity in Agriculture field is varying you can go with…
  • Agriculture-Botany.
  • Agriculture-Biotechnology.
  • Agriculture-Chemistry
  • Agriculture-Economics
  • Agriculture-Extension
  • Agronomy
  • Agriculture-Engineering and
  • Social forestry
The demand for trained professionals in the field of agriculture is high. The course fee is negligible, barely Rs. 5,000 per year. Scholarships are also available. A student who has completed a B. Sc in Agriculture will get a well-paying job right after graduation.

Agriculture is extremely varied and the set of courses allows you to choose areas of interest to you.
“Students interested in physical, biological, chemical, and computer science can specialize, based on their interest and aptitude.

Even an interest in engineering or journalism (writing about agriculture), finds an avenue here,” shares Prof. H. S. Gaur, Dean and Joint Director Education (Former), Indian Agricultural Research Institute.

B.Sc Agriculture Eligibility or Are you eligible?

You must have completed your 10+2 with Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Mathematics as subjects. Depending on the university, the eligibility varies in terms of a PCB/PCMB/PCA/PCM combination.

Typically, admission notifications appear in newspapers with the details such as application deadlines and specific quotas for the state, central, general, and reserved candidates. Admission process varies across agricultural universities (AUs), just visit the specific university websites.

Indian Agriculture Universities Interesting facts

The state with the most agricultural universities in India is Uttar Pradesh with eight universities. While the seven states
  • Arunachal Pradesh
  • Goa
  • Meghalaya
  • Mizoram
  • Nagaland
  • Sikkim
  • Tripura
Including no any of the union territories, except Delhi has no any Agriculture University.

B.Sc AgricultureMyths

Unfortunately, several myths stick with the B.Sc Agriculture course such as:
  • This course is only for rural area’s students.
  • A low paying career opportunity after the UG course
  • This course is not a professional course.
The list shown, while no need to mention but the truth is just opposite. Due to loss of knowledge, the students not interested to choose this course for making a career.

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