This field, albeit not as respected and supported in India, is however of prime importance in developed countries, being the base of the economy, and it supports "Green Careers", which are careers which are involved in preserving the environment and its resources. These careers provide the economy with food, alternative sources of energy and ensure plentiful resources for the future generations. As such the workers in this field are the ones supporting humanity from the shadows and without them, the economy and life itself will collapse.
Developed countries have recognized this and have been supporting the industries with "Green Careers" with heavy subsidies and incentives, to promote its citizens in indulging themselves in such important tasks. One may be expected to work in hatcheries, nurseries, food production environments, even in wild forest locations where extraction of commodities takes place.
Germany is one such location wherein this field is very respected and the industry's size complements this. Over 80% of German land is used for agriculture. Its value of agricultural exports is around 22 billion Euros. Educational institutions have recognized its importance, hence there are bachelors and master’s courses offered in this field.
The demand for food will exist as long as humans exist. In the economy wherein most are shifting to the technological sector, be Different. Go into the Primary Sector. Be of service to humanity.
Study Agriculture and Forest Sciences in Germany!