Which one has better scope for govt. related jobs, b. Sc. Geology or b. Sc. Agriculture?
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Well, first let's look into these 2 courses in brief:
1. BSC GEOLOGY : it is a 3 year undergraduate programme whose focus is on earth science.
Eligibility: Minimum 55% aggregate in class 12 with PCM.
Fees : The average fees for bsc geology is around 10,000 to 30,000.
Scope : Several job opportunities are available after completing BSc in Geology- Geologist, Petrologist, Hydrogeologist, Mine Supervisor, etc in some of the top companies. The starting salary offered after BSc Geology is around INR 3-4 LPA.
Some of the best colleges are presidency college, hansraj college, st. Xavier's Mumbai, etc.
2. BSC AGRICULTURE
it is a four year undergraduate programme which primarily focuses on research and development of agricultural sector.
Eligibility: minimum 50% aggregate in class 12 with subjects physics, chemistry and biology.
Fees : INR 2L- 3L is the average fee for this course.
Scope : as we know, india is an agriculture based economy, almost 60%of our population is dependent on agriculture. There are various career opportunities for bsc agriculture such as
1. Agriculture officer
2. Agriculture research scientist
3. Marketing executive
5. Agriculture technician
6. Rice breeder, and many more.
The starting salary is around 2L to 4.5 L pa.
So, both of these courses are good, what matters is your interest mainly. Do whatever you feel will be more interesting for you, something you will enjoy.
But yeah,according to the statistics, bscin agriculture has more scope in government jobs.
I hope my answer helps you.