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    Job in Forest Department after B.Sc in Agriculture?

    I going to college my BSC.agricultural I want to do job in forest department plz give me suggestion

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    Re: Job in Forest Department after B.Sc in Agriculture?

    Jobs in Government Sector
    The job opportunities in the government sector in the area of Forestry are significant. There are Jobs in Forest Wood based Industries, Consultancy and research areas, Development Organizations etc. Besides this the candidates can also apply to other government organizations by attending the various examinations conducted by the government such as UPSC, SSS, bank exams etc.
    Central Government Jobs after B.Sc. Forestry
    As for a B.Sc Forestry graduate, they can attend many of the central government exams which are being conducted. They can be part of the recruitment procedures in various central government departments. The forestry graduates can attend in the UPSC exams for going in to services such as IAS, IPS etc. The government also is in the need for graduates in various governmental departments. They can also attend the Staff Selection Commission exam (SSC) which is conducted at regular intervals. Hence the opportunities in the government sector for the graduates who have done their forestry course are also plenty.
    Public Sector Banking Jobs after B.Sc. Forestry
    The banking jobs have also being increasing day by day. Various public sector and private sector banks are conducting test for the recruitment of banking professionals for the post of PO and clerks. The basic eligibility criterion for attending these exams is graduation in any discipline. They should also have an aggregate of 60% in the qualifying exams. Hence the B.Sc. forestry graduates can also apply in for all these bank vacancies which are notified.
    Teaching Profession in Government Sector after B.Sc.Forestry
    Teaching is also an important field where the graduates in Forestry can enter in. The candidates who have a flair for teaching can apply in for the vacancies which are coming out in various government colleges or universities. The graduates can opt for B.Ed. course so that they can enter in schools as teachers. More over if they apply in for the Masters degree in the same field, it will help them to get better job prospects in the academic field. The master’s degree together with NET /SET will help them to be in the Lecture post. Through writing the departmental tests they can very well enter in to higher designations in the same field too.
    How to prepare for all these exams?
    The most important aspect while preparing for the exam is that the candidates should have strong basics and good knowledge about the subject. The candidates should be well aware off the different portions which they need to revise for the exams. The candidates can study the tougher portions first and then proceed to the others. The candidates if find it difficult to study by themselves they can enroll themselves in to any of the Coaching institutes which provide them practical and theoretical training in all the areas of the examinations. Students should try to solve previous years question papers for better knowledge. The time slot of the exams is very important and they should try a mock exam in order to evaluate their performance and try to rectify the mistakes if any.
    Coaching Centers for Competitive Exams for Government Jobs
    There are various coaching Institutes which provide training to candidates for various competitive examinations for government jobs. Some of the important centers of coaching are – TIME, IMS, Brilliance College, and Infinity classes etc.

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    Re: Job in Forest Department after B.Sc in Agriculture?

    Hello my dear Friend

    There are so many jobs available for the B.sc Agriculture students in The Forestrt and Wild life department

    List of Jobs and Sectors available for the B.sc Candidates in Forestry department

    <> Forester

    <> Dendrologists

    <> Enthologists


    <> Forest Range Officers

    <> Zoo Curators

    <> Silviculturistis

    <> Photography

    <> Wild life Journalism

    <> Film Making

    That is all

    Good luck

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