Agricultural Education

Agricultural education shows understudies horticulture, food, and natural assets. Through these subjects, farming instructors show understudies a wide assortment of abilities, including science, math, interchanges, authority, management, and technology. Agriculture Education is the instructing of agribusiness, management of land and natural resources. At more elevated levels, education is essentially attempted to get ready understudies for work in the rural area.

Agricultural Universities, Research Institutes, and some other organizations have been creating abundant advancements to work on the efficiency and benefit of the farmers.

51% of test farmers who were important for association cultivating India knew about soil testing contrasted with just 28% of the control bunch. Mulching and intercropping as training were not generally embraced by control groups of farmers. They were less mindful of other natural manures. Fertigation is a technique for the utilization of manures that was not broadly rehearsed by the control bunch. Farmers who got data from universities and magazines were less in number in the benchmark group.

Over 85% of the farmers needed essential instruction on farming and harvest creation and prepared to pay for going through such fundamental schooling and preparing. There was a reasonable interest in the farmers to work on their ability and information and they were prepared to pay for the assistance.

How to Increase in profitability and productivity

  • Blending practical knowledge with scientific technologies
  • Efficient use of natural resources
  • Adopting time-specific management practices
  • Giving priority to quality-driven production
  • Adopting suitable farming systems like Integrated, Mixed farming/Multi-level Farming
  • Adoption of location-specific technology
  • Market demand-driven production
  • Adopting low cost and no-cost technologies

There are Factors influencing decisions on the selection of crops and cropping systems:

  • Climatic
  • Soil conditions
  • Water
  • Cropping system
  • Past and present experiences of farmers
  • Expected profit, loss, and risk
  • Economic conditions of farmers including land holding
  • Labor availability and mechanization potential
  • Technology availability and suitability
  • Market demand and availability of market development/infrastructure
  • Policies and schemes
  • Availability of required agricultural inputs including agricultural credit
  • Post-harvest storage and processing technologies

Agriculture Courses

One can pursue graduation, diploma, and agricultural certification courses at UG, PG, and Ph.D. levels. Bachelor’s or master’s degree in farming/agriculture, learners can get high-paid jobs/positions in both government and private areas. They can be delegated as agricultural researchers, agribusiness officials, production managers, managers, etc. Interested students can likewise choose options in the different fields of banking, teaching, and insurance/protection. Students can study courses full-time/part-time as per their requirements.

List of agriculture courses at different levels:

UG Level courses PG & PhD Level Agriculture Courses
Bsc MSc
BTech MTech
Diploma PhD
BVoc PG Diploma

Agricultural Branches

The broad range of branches/specializations of Agricultural courses in India are:  
Popular Agriculture Branches
Livestock Production Crop Production
Agricultural Economics Agricultural Engineering
Soil Science and Agricultural Chemistry Plant Breeding and Genetics
Agronomy Horticulture
Plant Pathology Entomology
Agricultural Biotechnology Food Production
Agriculture Statistics Extension Education
Plant Physiology Forestry
Food & Beverage Service Agricultural Entomology
Seed Technology Nematology
Dairy Technology Dairy Engineering
Fisheries Science Poultry Farming