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how many agribusiness management fee
Course fee depends totally on the institute.IIM institute charges approximately 11.6-12lakh per year.Appoximately 24% college has annual fees between 3-4 lakh per year.
how do i get admission in this college
The eligibility criteria for admissions to PGDM program in Food and Agri Business School is to have a minimum of 50% marks in graduation and a valid score in CAT/MAT/XAT/ATMA/CMAT entrance tests.Preference is given for candidates who have a bachelor's degree in Agriculture,Agriculture Engineering, Agro chemicals ,Dairy Science/ Technology ,Forestry, Home Science, Horticulture, Veterinary Science.The admission process is such that 50% marks is taken from the score in any one of the above mentioned entrance tests and 20% marks from 10+2 qualifying examination and the remaining 30% from the interview.The admission is based on the merit list prepared on the basis of these scores.
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how to get rank in food and agri business management
The food and agricultural industry plays a vital role in the Indian economy.
To get a rank in this field for a UG course you need to get 50-60% aggregate marks in your 10+2 in Science subjects.For a PG course you should clear graduation in agriculture on the related subject and get 50-60% marks.This may differ from university to university.Some of the universities which provide this course are IIM Ahmedabad,IIM Lucknow,IGNOU etc.
Hope this helps you and get succeeded in your career .
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