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Who Else Wants to make career After BSc Agriculture?

BSc agriculture jobs

Eligibility, Entrance Exams, Scope, Jobs, Salary, Syllabus 2020-21


The students who wish to pursue this course should have completed his higher secondary with Physics, Chemistry, Biology(PCB) or Agriculture, Chemistry, Biology (ACB) with a minimum of 50% marks in 10+2. The PCM Students can also take part in this course.
The question paper consists of all Five subjects in it i.e. Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Agriculture, Mathematics, in which you have to choose any three. The minimum age limit for BSc agriculture is 18Yrs.

Statewise Entrance Exams



There is almost every state who conducts their separate admission exam for their state.

But there is a common All India Entrance exam for the whole country which is ICAR-AIEEA (Indian Council of Agricultural Research) to shortlist the candidates for further admission process in undergraduate, postgraduate and Ph.D. programs (New Delhi)



On behalf of Andhra Pradesh State Council of Higher Education (APSCHE) organizes AP EAMCET  (Andhra Pradesh Engineering, Agriculture, Medical Common Entrance Test)–Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Kakinada, (Andhra Pradesh)

PAU Entrance Exam

It is organized by Punjab Agricultural University for candidates seeking admission in various UG programs offered by it. (Punjab)


The Indira Gandhi Krishi Vishwavidyalaya (IGKV) conducts a common entrance exam i.e. IGKV CET (Chhattisgarh state)


It is a state-level examination conducted by the Madhya Pradesh Professional Examination Board, also known as MP Vypam, for (Madhya Pradesh)


The Jharkhand Combined Entrance Competitive Examination Board (JCECEB) is responsible for conducting JCECE, (Jharkhand)


Telangana State–Agriculture and Medical Common Entrance Test is organized by Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Hyderabad on behalf of TSCHE (Telangana State Council of Higher Education). (Telangana)


It is a state-level joint entrance exam conducted by Maharana Pratap University of Agriculture and Technology, Udaipur, (Rajasthan)

Govt. & Private Jobs and Scope After BSc Agriculture

jobs in BSc agriculture

The growth and expansion in the sectors like irrigation facilities, Food Storage, Cold Storages, Usage of Agriculture Machinery, and sustainable use of Agriculture Infrastructure. eventually, increase job opportunities in this sector.

The government and private institutions and industries promote the agriculture field because of its never-ending technological advancement. The need for professionals in Agri courses these days increased.

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• Below are some government as well as private job opportunities for Bsc agriculture students
 Agricultural Manager Agricultural Inspector
 Agricultural Engineer Soil Surveyor
 Food Scientist Plant Geneticist
 Fertilizer Sales Repres. Crop Specialist
 Food Researcher Food Microbiologist
 Farm Manager Production Manager
 Agricultural Scientist Agronomist
 Aquatic Ecologist Aquatic Ecologist
 Horticulturalist Arborist
 Conservation Planner Forester
 Soil And Plant Scientist Water Conservationist
 Soil Engineer Silvicultural Researcher
 Assistant Professor Agriculture Graduate Trainee
 Agriculture Develop. Officer Agriculture Junior Engineer
 Agricultural Field Officer Agriculture Forest Officer
 Agricultural researchers Lab Assistance

The UPSC Indian Forest Service (IFS)

Apart from IAS and IPS, the IFS which also lies under one of the All India Services. One of the best government jobs for a BSc aspirant is UPSC Indian Forest Service (IFS). Those aspirants who crack UPSC IFS get the post of Officers, Deputy Inspector and Assistant Inspector, etc. under the Forest department.

Indian Forest Service Eligibility


Students completed BSc Agriculture, Veterinary Science, Animal Husbandry, Forestry, or B.Tech in Agriculture can appear in the UPSC IFS examination.

The Staff Selection Commission (SSC)

The job offers an Agriculture Officer, Laboratory Assistant, Foreman, Scientific Assistant,  etc.

IBPS Specialists Officer

IBPS SO is a job in banks. The yearly test is conducted by IBPS.

IBPS SO Eligibility

Candidates with 4 years Agriculture/ Veterinary Science/ Dairy Science/ Fishery Science/ Food Science/ Horticulture/ Animal Husbandry/ Food Technology/ Agriculture Business Management (ABM) can appear in IBPS SO exam.

Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR)

It offers various jobs to like Technologists, Researchers, Junior Research Fellows, Senior Research Fellows in Agriculture, etc.

Food Corporation of India (FCI)

Food Corporation of India (FCI) is an organization that is under the government of India, Food and Public Distribution, and the Ministry of Consumer Affairs. It plays an important role in a stable security system for food management.
FCI offers jobs like Technical Managers, technical officers, etc. Along with the entrance examination, there is a Personal Interview also.

National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD)

NABARD is a Financial Institution for The Rural and Agriculture Development Within India. There are several jobs offering like financial and non-financial intervention, innovations, security, sustainable agricultural, and rural development through technology.
NABARD Every year releases job posts like Assistant Officers/ ManagersOffice, Attendant, Agriculture Officers, etc.

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National Dairy Development Board (NDDB)

There are subsidiaries of the National Dairy Development Board like NDDB Dairy Services, Mother Dairy, Hyderabad, and IDMC Limited-Anand Delhi and Indian Immunologicals Limited.

BSc agriculture salary

  • The Average Salary Of Agriculture Graduates in India is 8.00 Lacs(INR) to 13.00 Lacs(INR) per annum.

Common FAQs About BSc Agriculture

Q: I have secured 52 percent marks in my final year MSc exams. Am I eligible to pursue a specialized course in Agriculture?
A: The eligibility criteria varies as per the college/ university in which you are applying for admission. However, a majority of educational institutions accept 45-50 percent marks as the minimum eligibility criteria.
Q: Can I pursue an agriculture course in distance education mode?
A: Yes, agricultural programs can be pursued as distance education courses. Popular open universities such as Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) offer part-time Agriculture courses to students.
Q: Which are the popular Agriculture branches?
A: Some of the popular Agriculture branches in which courses are offered to students include Crop Production, Agricultural Engineering, Agronomy, Horticulture, Forestry, Dairy Technology, and Fisheries Science.
Q: What is the starting salary of a graduate in Agriculture?
A: The starting salary of a graduate in Agriculture course ranges between Rs 10,000 and Rs 25,000.
Q: Which are the popular job profiles in Agriculture?
A: Some of the popular Agriculture job profiles include Agriculture Officer, Agricultural Scientist, Farm Manager, Production Manager, Agronomist, Agricultural Engineer, Forester, Arborist, and Soil Engineer.

BSc Agriculture Subjects/ Syllabus

 Human value and Ethics Agricultural Economics
 Agricultural Engineering Agricultural Entomology
 Agricultural Extension Agronomy
 Applied Mathematics Forestry
 Sericulture Agricultural Marketing, Trade and Prices
 Soil Science Rural Sociology and Educational Psychology
 Plant Genetics Principles of Environmental Sciences
 Agriculture Heritage Principles of Plant Biotechnology
 Animal Husbandry Breeding of Field and Horticulture Crops
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