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As per your question asked above, i can tell you from my research and knowledge which i have done for it when i was through the same stage that, btech is always preffered more than bsc even in case of agriculture.
Btech agri studuent are given much more preference than bsc agri as btech is equivalent to bsc+msc. The syllabus of btech covers more teachical and more information, knowledge on agriculture than a bsc syllabus as it has only theoretical concepts.
So basically and technically a btech graduate sounds better for skill required in Agriculture sector jobs as compard to bsc.
But at last it totally depends whether the candidate can study the btech syllabus properly or not as its tougher than bsc. It totally depends on the students interest and capacity nd career goals and then decide btech or bsc as btech students have technical line job want and bsc students have research oriented career goals.
Ultimately depends on students skills and interest and future goals.
Details of all faculty is not available in their official website either. You have to go and check with the college personally regarding such details. Ideally, a college hires professors from diverse research backgrounda so you would most likely find a mentor for your area of interest.
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In the UK, candidates apply for (most) university courses through the UCAS system. Once this has been submitted, universities for nursing degrees will be in touch to invite candidates to an interview. This can take place as a one-on-one session with a single or several interviewers, could be a group interview with other candidates or could be the multiple mini interview (MMI) which has been used by medical schools for many years and is becoming more popular for prospective nurses.
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