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Placements and Companies visited at Tamil Nadu Agricultural University, Coimbatore

  • TNAU Placements: Tamil Nadu Agricultural University focuses on extensive training programs for its students. Campus interviews are conducted regularly. The Institute is visited by approximately 60 companies annually with about 450-500 students being placed every year. The job fair is conducted in March/April coinciding with the ending of the final session.

Tamil Nadu Agricultural University, Coimbatore


TNAU Placement Companies:

Federal Bank

Mahindra Agri Solutions Ltd, Mumbai

HDFC Bank

Akay Flavours & Aromatics Pvt Ltd, Kerela

ITC Ltd, Coimbatore

MTR Foods Pvt Ltd, Bangalore
Coromandel Fertilizers, Bangalore

Tata Rallis India Ltd, Mumbai

Zifo Technologies Pvt. Ltd

Associate Decor, Mumbai

Janalakshmi Financial services

Green Earth Fresh, Ooty

Monsanto India Ltd, Mumbai

Nagarjuna Fertilizers, Hyderabad

Rasi Seeds, Salem

Heritage Foods, Hyderabad

Yara Fertilizers India Pvt Ltd,

Parijath Agro Chemicals, New Delhi

Dow Agro, Mumbai

Genome Life Science, Chennai

Sathyam Bio, Madurai

Bannari Amman Sugars Ltd, Sathyamangalam

Texno Industries, Coimbatore

Shanmuganathan Farms, Tirunelveli

Cadbury India Ltd, Mumbai

B & B Developers, Vellore

Swarna Pragati Housing Microfinance Pvt Ltd (SPHM) Trichy

Sinochem, New Delhi

Syngenta, Hyderabad

Hi-Tech Horticulture, Secunderabad

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Reviews on Placements of Tamil Nadu Agricultural University, Coimbatore

Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] Reviews


S Lalatendu
S Lalatendu
Bachelor of Science [B.Sc], batch of 2017
9/10
PLACEMENTS & ALUMNI NETWORK
  • I did my internship for 3 months without any stipend.
  • Some nationalised bank like HDFC and UCO banks and agri-based industries recruit students from Tamil Nadu Agricultural University campus.
  • The average salary is Rs. 30,000-40,000 pm provided at Tamil Nadu Agricultural University.
  • We have a good contact with the alumni.


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Bachelor of Technology [B.Tech] Reviews


karnica
Karnica
Bachelor of Technology [B.Tech] (Biotechnology), batch of 2014
7/10
PLACEMENTS & ALUMNI NETWORK
  •  I did my Internship in South Korea, there was no stipend available.
  • Placements are not that great and the package is also low the best way would be to acquire a master degree from Tamil Nadu Agricultural University, Coimbatore.
  • The Alumni network is quite wide and strong, Since its a century old college.


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Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] {Hons.} Reviews


Venkateswarao
Venkateswarao
Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] {Hons.} (Agriculture), batch of 2017
8/10
PLACEMENTS & ALUMNI NETWORK

There are no internships available. The average salary is INR 25000 per month. Many seed companies and govt jobs are available.



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How are the placements at Tamil Nadu Agricultural University?

Asked By Meenakshi,

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Placements at Tamil Nadu Agricultural University, Coimbatore

The university has a strong placement cell. The university has the Directorate of Students’ Welfare (DSW) which serves as the hub of students’ counseling and placement activities for all ten constituent colleges of the university. The job available for agri-graduates include banking sector, agro-based industries, input sales and marketing, NGOs and entrepreneurship etc.

Campus Interviews and Job Fairs:

  • Campus Interviews are regularly conducted in relation to employers’ intent.
  • About 60 companies and other organizations participate annually in Campus Interviews.
  • About 450-500 graduates get placed every year.
  • The selection process includes written test, Group Discussion, and Personal Interview.
  • Job Fair benefits 300-350 students to get placed at once.
  • Job Fair is conducted in March / April coinciding with the closure of academic programs.
  • Job seekers are introduced to a plethora of industries. 
  • Placement Officers meet of constituent colleges is held once in a year for further development of placement and higher education.
  • Placing of Diploma Students of Agriculture studying in constituent colleges of TNAU


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What is the features and uses of studying agriculture engineering course? I want to know job oppertunities of this course? Please give your kind reply

Asked By L.V.VISHWAJANANI,

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HII L.V.VISHWAJANANI!!

Agricultural Engineering Careers

Is Agricultural Engineering right for me?

Do you like to solve problems? Are you continuously thinking of better ways to accomplish a task? Does mathematics come easy to you? Do you like to understand how things are made? Are you interested in the environment? Would you like to help provide safe food for future generations? Are you interested in the biological sciences? Do you have an interest in agriculture? If so, you should consider the Agricultural Engineering (AE) major as you plan for college.

The future of agriculture depends on the next generation of problem solvers. Creative and skilled individuals, like you, can use their knowledge of agriculture and life sciences, along with the problem-solving skills of engineering, to create new systems and solutions for the 21st Century.  Agriculture is changing faster than any time in history. That’s why, if you are interested in helping direct the future of agriculture, a degree in agricultural engineering is what you need.

Agricultural engineering is a very diverse engineering major.  Students who consider this major typically don’t picture themselves just working behind a desk solving problems; they are people who like hands-on problem solving and design implementation. They like to work in teams to solve societal problems related to agriculture. Agricultural engineers solve problems related to agricultural equipment, water quality and water management, biological products, livestock facilities, food processing, and many other agricultural areas.

What kind of jobs can I get after college?

An AE degree is a valuable resource when it comes to starting your career.  Agricultural engineers design and develop new processes, systems, and products. The job opportunities are plentiful and diverse.

Currently, the demand for AE’s is at an all time high. Leading agricultural firms, government services, and consulting agencies seek after graduates in AE. An AE degree will open doors around the world in large corporations and small businesses, including careers in water quality, food processing, environmental systems, structural design, erosion control, materials handling, agricultural power and equipment design and more.

Graduates in this well-respected program are employed for the purpose of

  • designing and managing food production systems
  • protecting surface and ground water quality
  • designing natural resource management systems
  • developing and managing bioprocessing systems
  • designing off-road vehicles and agricultural equipment
  • designing animal production facilities and environmental control systems


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