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    Simon Kc

    Hey! could i get some information regarding the available job opportunities after the completion of B Sc. Forestry and B Sc. Agriculture .ANY help would be appreciated


    Kadamb Sachdeva

    After BSc you can go for MSc degree. The best option after pursuing BSc degree.
    But getting admission to MSc course is not an easy task. You have to clear an entrance exam for it.
    Below are the best entrance exams through which you can get admission to MSc course.

    1. National Entrance Screening Test (NEST)
    2. IIT JAM (Joint Admission test for Masters)
    3. GSAT (GITAM Science Admission Test)
    4. MCAER CET
    5. OUAT Entrance Exam

    But before you apply for any of these exams, you must make sure you satisfy all the eligibility conditions required to appear in that exam.

    Best of Luck!


    Deepu Shah

    BSc in Agriculture or BSc in Forestry which has better scope?
    Iam a forestry graduate. So let me tell you some important points about it.

    Forestry is an allied subject under agriculture.
    There is no special advantage for us as being a forestry graduates in forest related services even in interview stages.
    For bank jobs AFO they prefer agriculture graduates
    Not much collages or univ. In India so not much opportunities in teaching.
    After graduating with agriculture you can go for more diverse fields for MSc but not much choices available in forestry.
    Not much research in forestry as we are reading the same books and laws from British era.
    So better to go for agriculture than forestry. But if you best your subject then doesn’t matter what you read, you will surely excel.

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