Agriculture is the mainstay of our economy. It provides food to our millions and raw materials for our industries. Work in agricultural sectors ranges from the totally academic pursuits of research and teaching to inspection and other supervisory work to commercial activities of e... More >>>
The list of Apex Bodies for various functions related to education in the field of agriculture and allied subjects is given below:Indian Council of Agricultural ResearchKrishi Bhavan,Dr. Rajendra Prasad Road,New Delhi-110 114Website: http://www.icar.org.inAgricultural & Pr... More >>>
Agriculture has always been a sought after career among students. Many of them also continue with the research work in agriculture. This page gives us information on various Agricultural Research Institutes in India.
Central Agricultural Research Institute, Port Blair... More >>>
We have compiled a list of agricultural universities in India offering courses at various levels of study – Bachelor, Master, Research and others. Few other universities in India are also offering courses in Agricultural Sciences and allied fields, these are li... More >>>
The list of entrance exams for admission to undergraduate and postgraduate courses in agriculture is given below:
I. All India Entrance Examination for Undergraduate Programmes - Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR)
ICAR conducts All India entrance examination for... More >>>
Are you planning to study agriculture at the graduate or postgraduate level? You can find all the relevant information on various courses at the undergraduate and postgraduate level in this page.Bachelor Degree Program in Agriculture in IndiaA variety of courses ... More >>>
Modern agriculture practices are increasingly turning out to be knowledge-based and hence gaining expertise in them is not an easy task for many of our rural farmers.
India does require education at all levels so that India farmers are better equipped to handle the threats of global... More >>>
Despite many setbacks, Indian agricultural scenario has surely undergone many drastic changes and has achieved many milestones. The green revolution (1967-1978) transformed India from a food deficient stage to a surplus food market. In a span of 3 decades, India establishe... More >>>
India, being an agrarian society, has always regarded agriculture as the back-bone of her economy. Time and again, the agriculture sector has highlighted its importance by contributing towards the overall growth of the whole nation. About 65 per cent of our population still relies on agricult... More >>>