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Ans: Applicants must have a degree of 10+2 or equivalent from any affiliate or recognized institution.
Ans: Top Agriculture Entrance Exams in India: ICAR, Bihar Combined Entrance Competitive Exam, Kerala KEAM, Orissa OUAT, Madhya Pradesh MP PAT.
Ans: Certificate Courses, Diploma Courses of 2 years, Bachelor of Science (Honours) or BSc (Hons) which is a 3-year course, Bachelor of Science or BSc is a 4-year Graduate course, B. Tech is a 4-year graduation degree, an MSc is a post-graduate degree of 2 years, an MBA in the administration aspect of agriculture of 2 years, an MTech in agriculture can be obtained in 2 years, a Master's of Philosophy or MPhil is an advanced post-graduate degree of 2 years, and Ph.D. of 3 to 5 years, is the Agriculture Courses Available in India.
Ans: IIT Kharagpur, Birla Institute of Technology Ranchi, BHU Varanasi, Khalsa College Amritsar, Osmania University Hyderabad, Annamalai University Tamilnadu, Panjab University Chandigarh, CCSHAU Hisar, GB Pant University Uttrakhand are some the top agricultural colleges in India.
Ans: After clearing the exam and completing the post graduate degrees one can serve in several posts pertaining to agricultural fields, fisheries, veterinary sciences, and animal husbandry, etc. There are a lot of Government and Private Job opportunities at the state and the central level. These include lectureships in colleges, officer-level posts in Banks (esp. those which deal in agricultural loans, etc), officers in plantations, food processing firms, products marketing firms, farm managers, horticulturists, floriculturists, agricultural geneticists, food scientists, an environmental engineer.One can go into the research sector and pursue Ph.D. in any specialization field of agriculture. One can also become a freelance consultant, so as to improve agricultural practices and yield in India. One can also serve in the government departments and the Ministry of Agriculture by clearing the UPSC or State PSC Exams.