Our country, India, is mostly depended upon agricultural products. Farming is the main occupation of people across the country. Agricultural Engineering course thus has high demand in major Indian Universities where farming has been developed. This engineering course does differ from civil engineering subject because in this course “soil engineering” is the main rasa. Agricultural engineering subject comprises of not only soil testing mechanisms but also some portions of “bio technology” of modern biology. In this subject one has to study soil engineering along with biology to understand the variability of soil conditions under different climatic states. In our country there are 26 states where climate has their own individual roles & impact upon farming. So, to mitigate farming unresolved natural issues, agricultural engineering is the only dependable way to make out the farming process smooth. Irrigation is the common paper to agricultural engineering since without understanding of proper irrigation system the farming process may lose without cultivating farming products.
In soil testing mechanisms, one has to study precepts of soil test reports to understand the condition of soil, the impact of climate, the role of natural bacteria into soil etc. To get admission into prestigious India Universities one has to sit for JEE or AIEEE. Agricultural Engineering & Irrigation offers best career into various agricultural government sectors such as FDI or Food Department of India, Researcher in Indian Agricultural Universities like BU, VHS or you may start your career as an eminent professor in agricultural College in different states in India.
ACRI-Agricultural College and Research Institute
Tamil Nadu Agricultural University
BE BTech-Bachelor of Engineering or Technology
The college was started in 1965 to provide agricultural education to the aspirants in southern part of India.