MBA, BBA, B.Sc(H) in agriculture is a blooming domain. Hundreds of thousands of aspiring students are trying to enroll themselves in agribusiness because they know that the path is paved with great career opportunities and a highly rewarding career. But for people, who don’t have the slightest idea about this domain, let us first see what MBA, BBA, B.SC(H), B.Tech is, and then we will come to the agricultural part. So, without any further ado, let us get the basic introduction of MBA, BBA, B.Tech, B.Sc(H)
MBA or Master’s in Business Administration & BBA or Bachelor in Business Administration is a 2/3-year full-time course respectively that is provided by the premier. In India, MBA, BBA generally focuses on the theoretical part whereas B.Tech and B.Sc(H) is diligently designed keeping the latest industry trends and requirements in mind
Now, let us delve deeper into agriculture. Agribusiness is a wide sector of business that encompasses farming and all farming-oriented commercial and non-commercial activities. Agribusiness is also concerned with the required steps that are needed to send the agricultural goods to the market for distribution, processing, and production. Agribusiness is a vital constituent of Indian and foreign economies; and according to the 2011 agricultural census of India, 61.5% of 1.3 billion people living in India are rural population and they are primarily dependent on agriculture. FYI, the number of farming households in India is around 160 million.
Agribusiness treats various aspects of farming and cropping that include producing agricultural products in a single unit. In India, the farmers raise animals and harvest crops – fruits, grains, and vegetables via sophisticated cropping and harvesting techniques that use GPS to govern the operations concerning harvesting. The manufacturers are trying their level best to develop highly efficient machines and equipment that will make the farmers’ task easier in every sense.
PS: So, in short, agribusiness management will teach you how to assist and help the farmers via strategic planning, thinking, and decision-making skills that you will attain via completing your MBA & BBA in agribusiness.
MBA, B.Tech, B.Sc(H), BBA in agribusiness are of high importance. Agriculture is an important sector for numerous developing countries like India and in the past several decades we have come to our senses that besides great engineers, doctors, lawyers, and scientists a country also need great agribusiness managers who are efficient with the technical and non-technical aspects off arming, cropping, and harvesting.
In this blog, we will cover the scope of all our courses in agribusiness management in India, job opportunities after MBA, BBA, B.Tech, B.Sc(H) in agribusiness, salary after completion of course in the school of agriculture, and the industries that hire students in agribusinesses professionals. So, let the journey begin!
Objectives of Swami Vivekananda University , Barrackpore, West Bengal
1.To provide the corporate a steady stream of qualified young talent with the necessary knowledge, skills, values and attitudes to occupy positions of management and administration in business, industry, public system and the government.
2. To offer the latest opportunities to students for developing necessary skills in their field.
3. To impart the latest and relevant knowledge from the relative field theory and practice.
4. To develop the right kind of values and attitudes to function effectively in their managerial and administrative positions wherever they got posted