Agriculture Open Registration 2020
10+2 with minimum 45% marks in aggregate with PCB
Agronomy, general botany, general zoology, animal husbandry, field crops, plant physiology, genetics, manures & fertilizers, dairying, plant breeding & introductory seed technology, general horticulture, soil chemistry, etc.
The scope after completion of B.Sc. in agriculture is quite wide in terms of both higher education and job opportunities. As far as higher education is concerned, the most obvious choice after B.Sc. in Agriculture is Master of Science in Agriculture. The master’s degree will help a student gain more detailed and specialized knowledge about the subject as well as help to seek better jobs. MBA in Agriculture is also another option. On the other hand if students choose to opt for job rather than higher studies then also there are many options available, as there are a lot of government and private bodies who look for knowledgeable and skilled professionals to benefit their business. Organizations like banks, insurance companies, dairy consultancies, animal industry etc. employ professionals from agriculture field.