Out of the two colleges that you mentioned, Jawaharlal Nehru Krishi Vishwavidyalaya, Jabalpur is to be the better choice due to several factors. These factors are:
The course is related to the business of crop cultivation, food productions, and the various business concepts in agriculture. MBA in Agri-Business is a 2-year duration course. Eligibility:- The minimum aggregate score of 50% at the graduation level from any stream.
Admission Process:- Based on counseling sessions after clearing Entrance Tests(CAT/MAT) or direct admission.
Top colleges offering MBA in AgriBusiness are:-
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To get admission in Jawaharlal Nehru Krishi Vishwavidyalaya(JNKV), Jabalpur(UG Program). You must have the following -
- Senior School Certificate (10+2) or equivalent examination in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics with minimum 45% marks.
- The University admits students to UG programmes through Pre-Agriculture Test (PAT), a MP State level unified entrance test, conducted by the Professional Examination Board (VYAPAM), Bhopal.
- Candidates selected through the Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) entry test.
Hope that helps and feel free to ask if you have any more queries. Best of luck!
For persuing B.Tech. in agriculture in JNKVV you must have passed the your SSC and HSC with the subjects Physica, Mathematics and Chemitry ans also you must have appeared for PAT. The results of PAT are not yet announced so we are not able to tell you the cutoff marks. In order to get admission in JNKVV the Institutes have some minimum marks which you must have scored in PAT. And by reffering the website of PAT you can get yourself updated with the results and other announcements. The separate merit list will be prepared for the students who have qualified the entrance test. After the announcement of the results, the counselling will be held for those who have qualified the test. You have to register yourself on the official website. You have to go through the choicefilling round in which you have to enter the colleges of your preference and of course JNKVV in your case. You will be called for the counselling according to your choice of colleges. And you will be allotted the seat as per your rank secured in exam. So wait for the results and keep yourself updated with the cutoff marks so that you will be able to go for the counselling process. I am sending you a link where you can refer all the information regarding cutoff, results and all these things.
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