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MBA in Food & Agribusiness Management

ABOUT THE PROGRAM

Food and agribusiness management involves the application of management principles and practices to the agricultural and food sectors. It encompasses a wide range of activities related to the production, processing, distribution, marketing, and consumption of food and agricultural products. Idea behind the program is to prepare industry fit agribusiness managers having real time decision making, problem solving and agile for achieving the desired targets.

SCOPE OF FOOD AND AGRIBUSINESS MANAGEMENT:

  • Agricultural Production: Managing farms, ranches, and agricultural enterprises to optimize productivity, efficiency, and sustainability.
  • Food Processing and Manufacturing: Overseeing the processing, packaging, and manufacturing of food products to ensure quality, safety, and compliance with regulations.
  • Supply Chain Management: Managing the flow of agricultural inputs, raw materials, and finished products from farm to table, including transportation, logistics, and distribution.
  • Marketing and Sales: Developing marketing strategies, branding, and distribution channels to promote agricultural products and capture market share.
  • Finance and Investment: Managing financial resources, budgeting, and investment decisions in agricultural enterprises and food businesses.
  • Policy and Regulation: Understanding and navigating government policies, regulations, and trade agreements affecting the agricultural and food sectors.
  • Sustainability and Environmental Management: Incorporating sustainable practices, environmental stewardship, and resource management into food and agribusiness operations.

SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS :

  • Strong analytical, problem-solving, and decision-making skills.
  • Knowledge of agricultural production practices, food science, and agribusiness operations.
  • Understanding of market dynamics, consumer behavior, and marketing principles.
  • Financial management skills, including budgeting, financial analysis, and risk management.
  • Familiarity with regulatory requirements, food safety standards, and industry best practices.
  • Communication, teamwork, and leadership abilities for working effectively in multidisciplinary teams and diverse stakeholder environments.

Overall, food and agribusiness management offers diverse and rewarding career opportunities for individuals interested in contributing to the sustainable growth, resilience, and innovation of agricultural and food systems.

EVALUATION CRITERIA

Applicants shall be evaluated and assessed based on their Profile, Interest and Performance at ISA’BEST exam.

PROGRAM DURATION & SEATS

Max 60 students will be allowed for 2-year MBA – FABM program including classroom teaching, internship, Live assignment & placement assistance

TOTAL FEE OF THE PROGRAM

# Fee Type Amount (INR) inclusive of GST
1 Online application Fee 650
2 Registration Fee 30,000
3 Total Program Fee 7,35,000*(Registration fee included)

CAREER OPTIONS

In the field of food and agribusiness management, there are various job options available across different sectors of the industry. Here are some common job roles:

1. Farm Manager :
  • Responsibilities include overseeing day-to-day operations of farms, managing crop production or livestock, implementing agricultural practices, and ensuring compliance with regulations.
  • Farm managers may also be involved in financial management, budgeting, procurement of inputs, and marketing of farm products.
2. Agribusiness Consultant :
  • Consultants provide advisory services to farmers, agribusinesses, and organizations in areas such as business planning, market analysis, financial management, and strategic decision-making.
  • They may work independently or as part of consulting firms, providing expertise to clients to improve productivity, efficiency, and profitability.
3. Food Production Manager :
  • Food production managers oversee the manufacturing and processing of food products in facilities such as food processing plants, manufacturing units, and commercial kitchens.
  • Responsibilities include production planning, quality control, inventory management, ensuring food safety standards, and compliance with regulations.
4. Supply Chain Manager :
  • Supply chain managers are responsible for managing the flow of agricultural inputs, raw materials, and finished products from suppliers to customers.
  • They coordinate logistics, transportation, warehousing, and distribution activities to optimize efficiency, reduce costs, and ensure timely delivery of products.
5. Marketing Manager :
  • Marketing managers develop and implement marketing strategies to promote agricultural products, food brands, and agribusiness services.
  • They conduct market research, identify consumer trends, develop advertising campaigns, manage digital marketing channels, and build relationships with customers and partners.
6. Sales Representative :
  • Sales representatives work for agribusiness companies, food manufacturers, distributors, or retail chains, selling agricultural products, equipment, or food items.
  • They engage with customers, negotiate contracts, provide product information, and achieve sales targets within assigned territories or markets.
7. Quality Assurance Manager :
  • Quality assurance managers ensure that food products meet regulatory standards, quality specifications, and safety requirements.
  • They develop and implement quality control processes, conduct inspections, monitor production processes, and address issues related to product quality and safety.
Research Analyst :
  • Research analysts work in research institutions, universities, or agricultural technology companies, conducting studies, analyzing data, and generating insights on trends, innovations, and opportunities in the food and agriculture sector.
  • They may contribute to research projects, publish reports, and provide recommendations for policy makers, industry stakeholders, and decision-makers.

These are just a few examples of job options in food and agribusiness management. The industry offers a wide range of career paths and opportunities for individuals with diverse skills, interests, and backgrounds.

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