Agribusiness is emerging as a popular choice among students to tape the benefits of this sector. India is primarily a rural economy with a dependence on agriculture and the allied industries. In 2018, agriculture employed more than 50% of the workforce. Agriculture and allied sectors like fisheries and animal husbandry accounted for around 15% of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP). India ranks second in the world in terms of agricultural output. Even in 2021, agriculture continues to be the mainstay of the Indian economy.
The Agribusiness course’s goal is to create well-qualified and trained professionals to cater to the various needs of the agribusiness sector. It incorporates developing, sourcing, assembling, marketing, and distributing food across regions and countries.