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Old April 28th, 2014, 05:44 PM
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Default Re: After B.Tech Agricultural Engineering what to do??

Agricultural Engineering is the discipline that applies engineering science and technology to agricultural production and processing.

Courses after B.Tech Agricultural Engineering--

PG Courses--

M.B.A. (International Agribusiness)
M.Sc. (Rural Technology)
M.Tech. (Agricultural Engineering)
M.Tech. (Agricultural Process and Food Engineering)
M.Tech. (Agricultural Systems and Management)
M.Tech. (Aqua Cultural Engineering)
M.Tech. (Farm Machinery and Power Engineering)
M.Tech. (Farm Power & Machinery)
M.Tech. (Irrigation and Drainage Engineering)
M.Tech. (Post Harvest Engineering and Technology)
M.Tech. (Post Harvest Processing and Food Engineering)
M.Tech. (Renewable Energy Engineering and Management)
M.Tech. (Renewable Energy)
M.Tech. (Rock Engineering and Underground Structures)
M.Tech. (Soil Water Conservation Engineering)

PhD courses --
Ph.D. (Agri-Informatics)
Ph.D. (Agriculture Engineering)
Ph.D. (Farm Machinery & Power)
Ph.D. (Rural Technology)

Agricultural Engineering Diploma Courses
Diploma in Agricultural Engineering
Post Graduate Diploma in Agricultural Water Management
Post Graduate Diploma in GIS and Remote Sensing
Post Graduate Diploma in Renewable Energy
Post Graduate Diploma in Food Safety and Quality Management (PGDFSQM)

Agricultural Engineering Certificate Courses
Certificate Course in Fruit Production
Certificate course in Seed Technology

Jobs after B.Tech. Agricultural Engineering ---

Job Types--
Agricultural Sales Engineer
Manager - Manufacturing (Agricultural Tractors)
Senior Agriculture Manager
Farming Consultant and Agronomist
Sales Manager - Agricultural Products
Subject Matter Specialist - Agriculture
Program Manager - Agriculture
Agriculture Portfolio Manager
Researcher / Fundamental Analyst - Agriculture commodities
Primary Production Managers - Expert Agriculture

Some of the Central Government Sectors where they can be recruited:
Directorate of Oil Palm Research
Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur
Food Corporation of India
Indian Agricultural Research Institute
National Seeds Corporations
National Dairy Development Board
Indian Council of Agricultural Research
United India Insurance Company Ltd.
Dr. Balasaheb Sawant Konkan Krishi Vidypeeth
Natural Agricultural Innovative Project, Maharashtra
Cabinet Secretariat, Govt. of India, New Delhi
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Old October 21st, 2015, 11:59 AM
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Hello sir I am Amrit and I have done B.Tech in Agricultural Engineering and I am confuse what to do now so please provide me best guideline with respect to this field???
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Old October 21st, 2015, 12:06 PM
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Agricultural Engineering also known as Biological engineering is one of the diverse disciplines in the engineering field

The course mainly aims in the development and creation of tools and equipments that are required for the development of farming techniques.

This field has become a major contribution for various agricultural productions both directly and indirectly.

Professionals from this field can specialize in areas such as

Designing power and machine systems

Animal or plant production

Environmental management

Food and bioprocess

There are various option present for you as if you want to go for Higher studies than there are various options present for this such as

Master of Engineering - Agricultural Engineering

Master of Engineering - Hydrology and Water Resources Engineering

Master of Engineering - Integrated Water Resources Management

Master of Engineering - Irrigation Water Management

Master of Engineering - Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering

Master of Engineering - Water Recourse Engineering

Master of Engineering - Water Resources and Irrigation Engineering

Master of Technology - Agricultural Engineering

Master of Technology - Agricultural Water Management

Master of Technology - Water Resource Engineering

And if you want to do jobs than also there are various field present for you some of them are

Government & Public sector organizations

Food processing & Retail industry

Agribusiness firms

Research organizations or Laboratories

Sales & Management

Banks & Finance Corporations
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