Agriculture Engineering Admissions
What is Agriculture Engineering?
Agricultural engineering incorporates many science disciplines and technology practices to the efficient production and processing
of food, feed, fiber and fuels. It involves disciplines like mechanical engineering (agricultural machinery and automated machine
systems), soil science (crop nutrient and fertilization, etc.), environmental sciences (drainage and irrigation), plant biology (seeding
and plant growth management), animal science (farm animals and housing) and much more.
Areas of interest to Agricultural Engineers
Design of ag. machinery, equipment, and structures
Environmental control systems, cooling and ventilation
Crop production-seeding, tillage and irrigation practices
Soil & water conservation
Animal production and care
Biofuel production and utilization on the farm
Post harvest processing, handling and storage
Precision farming technologies, machine vision, gps
Farm operations and management
Farm safety, security and ergonomics
Agricultural engineers must have a wealth of knowledge and skills to function effectively in the diverse agricultural and agribusiness
industries. The agricultural engineer obtains training in design and engineering problem solving based on an understanding of engine
ering sciences including mathematics, physics and biology. They must also have skills in computers, communication, teamwork and
instrumentation. The feature distinguishing agricultural engineers from other engineers is their interest and commitment to solving
Agricultural engineers are employed as:
Land Development Engr.
Electrification and Power Systems Designer
Precision Agriculture Applications Engr.
Environmental Controls Engr.
Are you interested in becoming an agricultural engineer?
Contact : 9492066112
F.No.103, Prashanti Ram Towers
Near Saradhi Studio Road, Ameerpet,
Hyderabad- 500016 Telangana, India.