Difference between B.Sc Agriculture and B.Tech Agriculture Engineering

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B.Sc Agriculture is an under graduate course of 3 year duration which deals with the study of fundamental principles of agriculture. Bachelor of Technical Education (B.Tech) in Agriculture is a professional course of 4 years duration which deals with the study of engineering principles in agriculture. Both these courses are a very good option for the aspirants seeking for a higher study after 10+ 2 level pass. Both these graduates have an amazing career ahead not only in India but also abroad as well.

B.Sc Agriculture and Opportunities

Aspirants with B.Sc Agriculture degree have an amazing career ahead. They have a lot of higher study options available which can be pursued to improve their career scope. Some of the firms suitable for a B.Sc Agriculture degree holder include the following.

  • Research organizations
  • Seed Companies
  • Pesticide companies
  • Fertilizer Companies
  • NABARD
  • Educational Institutes

The main job profiles being enjoyed by them include the following.

  • Agriculture Technician
  • Rice Breeder
  • Agriculturists
  • Seed Technologist
  • Agriculture Specialist

B.Tech Agriculture Engineering and Opportunities

Aspirants with B.Tech in Agriculture Engineering degree have numerous job opportunities in India. They also have a lot of higher study options available. They can go for various short term and long term certification courses which will reflect in better job opportunities and also good salary packages. Some of the firms recruiting them include the following.

  • National Seeds Corporations
  • Indian Agricultural Research Institute
  • United India Insurance Company Limited
  • Natural Agricultural Innovative Projects
  • Indian Council of Agricultural Research
  • Directorate of Oil Palm Research
  • National Dairy Development Board
  • Food Corporation of India
  • Cabinet Secretariat, Government of India, New Delhi

Some of the work profiles suitable for them include the following.

  • Agricultural Sales Engineer
  • Farming Consultant
  • Agriculture Manager
  • Agronomist
  • Researcher

Key difference between B.Sc Agriculture and B.Tech Agriculture Engineering

B.Sc Agriculture is an under graduate three year course which deals with the study of fundamental principles of agriculture whereas B.Tech in Agriculture is a professional course of four years which deals with the study of engineering principles of agriculture. The reputation of the job profiles and also the remuneration of the B.Tech in Agriculture graduate are better than that of a B.Sc Agriculture graduate. The job opportunities available for a B.Tech in Agriculture graduate are comparatively better than that of a B.Sc Agriculture graduate.

 
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11 Responses to “Difference between B.Sc Agriculture and B.Tech Agriculture Engineering”

  1. 11
    Tejas:

    there is any entrance exam for admission in B.tech agriculture?

  2. 10
    pritesh nandy:

    what is the scope in BE agriculture engineering. Is it better than btech agriculture engineering?

  3. 9
    Mohit Mahajan:

    like onother engineerings,is btech have scope in pritate job

  4. 8
    MAHESH:

    WHO MUCH FEE IN AGRICULTER B.TECH

  5. 7
    md sharukh:

    good college in nepal for bsc agriculture.

  6. 6
    kalandar:

    what i have to do after bsc
    agriculture

  7. 5
    gururaj navale:

    for the B.Tech agri course in karnatak any enterence exams are there means please tell me the information

  8. 4
    santosh sarode:

    Pl tell me b tech colledges list in maharashtra

  9. 3
    John calvin:

    What can I do after completing Btech agri?

  10. 2
    ARUP MOHAPATRA:

    What are the job oppurtunities after b.tech agriculture?will there be posting in blocks?

  11. 1
    suresh:

    what is diff between b.sc in agriculture and agriculture b.sc,and also i want know about fee structure of those two,colleges in ap