Agriculture is the basic source of food supply of all the countries of the world whether underdeveloped, developing or even develop. Due to heavy pressure of population in underdeveloped and developing countries and its rapid increase the demand for food increasing at a fast rate. If agriculture fails to meet the rising demand of food products, it found to affect adversely the growth rate of the economy raising supply of food by agricultural sector. Therefore, it is great importance for economic growth of our country.
As an agriculture graduate, you’ll be able to offer employers a strong understanding of the scientific principles of crop and animal production, combined with business management and practical skills. Prospective employers include landowners, public and private research agencies, manufacturing companies, food processing companies, supermarkets, farms, land agents, conservation and environmental organizations, watchdog organizations, livestock dealers and logistics companies. You could consider roles within farm management, research and development, sales and marketing, sourcing and purchasing, quality control, agency and surveying – amongst many other options.
Agricultural consultants are specialist advisors who advise and support clients such as farmers, growers and landowners, to ensure their business is running as effectively as possible. You’ll typically specialize in offering either business or technical expertise. The former involves giving advice on finance and business strategy, while technical consultants help with agronomy, livestock, nutrition and other practical issues. For this agriculture career path, it would be useful to study business management as part of your degree.
Faculty of Agriculture
4 Years (8 Semesters)
On the Basis of Merit.