Agricultural engineers are developed and design new procedures, tools and systems for agricultural products and operations. They are must go to work sites so that they can observe whether the processes or equipment are working appropriately. They integrate technology with farming. Bio-energy conservation and production, farm mechanization and soil and water conservation methods are some exciting domains they work on. Demand of Agricultural Engineers has grown over the last few years.
Academic Entry Requirement
- Grade 12 – Clear Class XII in Science Stream with PCB/PCM (Mathematics is recommended)
- Graduation – Pursue B. Tech in Agricultural Engineering
- After Graduation – Pursue M. Tech in Agricultural Engineering
- After Post graduation – Pursue Ph.D.
- E in Agricultural Engineering
- Tech in Agricultural Engineering (B.Tech AE)
- Tech in Agricultural Engineering (M.Tech AE)
- D. in Agricultural Engineering
Who can hire?
Agricultural services, Manufacturing companies, federal government, Colleges and universities
Agricultural engineers usually work full time. Programmes may change because of weather conditions or other difficulties. When working on outdoor projects, they may work more hours to take benefit of good weather or less time in case of bad weather. They attempt to solve agricultural problems regarding the efficiency of machinery, power supplies, the use of structures and facilities, environmental and pollution issues, and the processing and storage of agricultural products.