Who is a farmer and How to become a expert?

Who is a Farmer?

Art is not what you see, but what you make others see. Farmers are such artists. Once in a while you need a Doctor, Lawyer, Police, but everyday, at least three times, you need a farmer to keep you alive and healthy. It’s the Right time to Sow Good Seed (Farming Profession) into the Young Souls of India.

Who is a Farmer?

A Farmer is not the one who just grows crops and leaves the rest to machines to turn them into food. They are creators who work long hours beneath the shade of scorching sun to create an environment where the crops can grow and become food served on plates. Farmers have their own lifestyle, they live, work, play their game of creation in a farm that is typically located outside of the town. 

Running a Farm today is not an easy profitable business and essential service to meet the demand. Because, farmers are witnessing various challenges today, not restricting with weather and inadequate or compromised raw materials. However, farmers are on duty to feed us. But as a trained agro specialist or farmer, one can cultivate the best with limited supplies or even at adverse conditions.  Agriculture specialists with special skills sets and advanced level knowledge in harvesting, perhaps can do that.

But how to become an expert or a specialist in farming?

To become an expert or a specialist in agriculture, all you need is adequate knowledge about fields and environment,  and proper training on handling resources. That comes ready in two ways – One is a professional course and the other is through experience. The second takes time and needs someone passionate. But the first choice demands interest and dedication towards learning. Here in the article below, we broke down about the course and institution one should join to expertise in the field of agriculture.

students can join certified courses where they can study subject specific courses  such as Organic Farming, Mushroom Production, Sericulture etc. Other than those, students  can join Bachelor in Agriculture courses at recognised Institutions.

UG Specialization 

The Eligibility Criteria for Bachelor Of Science in Agriculture Courses is 50% – 60 % (depends on the institute) in academic and vocational groups (Depending upon specialization and institution).

  • Bsc Agriculture 
  • Bsc Sericulture
  • Bsc Agriculture Business Management 
  • Bsc Agronomy 
  • Bsc Plant Pathology 
  • Bsc Soil Science 
  • Bsc Entomology 
  • Bsc Horticulture Science 
  • Bsc Hons Forestry
  • B.Tech Agriculture Information Technology  
  • B.Tech Food Technology 


Top agriculture colleges in Tamilnadu, one should join


S.No Name of the Institutions
1 Don Bosco College of Agriculture
2 Nammazhvar College of Agriculture and Technology
3 Imayam Institute of Agriculture and Technology
4 Adhiparasakthi Agricultural and Horticultural College
5 Adhiyamaan College of Agriculture and Research
6 Vanavarayar Institute Of Agriculture
7 Nalanda College of Agriculture
8 Thanthai Roever Institute of Agriculture and Rural Development
9 Sethu Bhaskara Agricultural College & Research Foundation
10 R.V.S Agriculture College


Admission Process for the academic year 2021 – 2022

❖  Age: Candidates, whose date of birth falls on or after July 1, 1999.

❖  Educational Qualification : A pass in 10, + 2 (Class XII) or its equivalent examination with a minimum 50% aggregate of marks in academic or vocational programmes.

❖  Students have to register at the official website with marks scored in class 12 for counselling.

❖  Rank list will be published and a call letter will be sent to the student’s contact address.

❖  Further, Seats are allotted through counselling  at the college campus.


For any queries on admission and courses or direct admission to B.Sc Agri or related courses at top agriculture colleges in Tamilnadu, call +91 99621 37421.