Agricultural engineers work in production, sales, management, research, and development, or applied science. A large percentage of agricultural engineers work in academia or for government agencies such as the United States Department of Agriculture or state agricultural extension services. Some are consultants, employed by private engineering firms, while others work in an industry, for manufacturers of agricultural machinery, equipment, processing technology, and structures for housing livestock and storing crops.
|Course Name||Agricultural Engineering|
|Level of Study||Graduation|
|Eligibility||12th Pass (PCM/ PCMB)|