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19 Agricultural Engineers Interview Questions

Question 1 of 19
What was your most challenging agricultural related, design project?
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Designing of centrifugal pump, and design of Hydraulic Bench.
Sandy and stone where there is unoften temperature.
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Question 2 of 19
When is listening important on your job? When is listening difficult?
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When some one giving me advice in my work its listening important for me in my job, and when someone just talking to me irrelevant then its difficult for me to listen.
Listening is a critical component for teamwork.
Question 3 of 19
Tell us about a time when you had to defend a decision you made even though other important people were opposed to your decision.
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Hygiene issues are main and serious for us.
When I have belief that I am going on right path.
When I belief that I am going on right path.
Whilst acting as manager for my section, I made a decision to have section supervisors get company emails for ease of communication and to keep them in the loop of operations so that when their foremen are not available, we have no problems of getting them up to speed and executing tasks. I explained this to my superiors who opposed this because they felt there were too many people on emails. I have tried to convince them on two other occasions. I will persevere until they agree.
Question 4 of 19
What made you choose to apply to Agriculture?
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Because I was an interest in this field due to problems in our country about food shortages, water scarcity and other environmental impacts.
I have always wanted to learn about plants and work with plants this was my passionate.
I always wanted work with plants and leaving creature also I have always interested in science. I enjoy to work with my hand and see how plants are growing . I used plant flower all my childhood.
Because I want to develop Easy and reliable technology which will more production for Indian with less expenditure.
The region where I live is well known for its Agriculture and this is the main reason I was interested in this from beginning, second is that my country is facing many problems related to Flood, food scarcity, energy and water shortage problems so I thought an agricultural engineer could be the leader to solve these problems and this maybe I am. This attracted me to choose agriculture.
As our family is involve in this profession from recently two decades, it grew my interest in agriculture, I also want to share my knowledge of agriculture in this vast field to enhance my skills and abilities and do some thing usefull for mankind.
Question 5 of 19
What type of agricultural equipment are you most familiar with?
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Pumps, Sprinklers, Drip irrigation system, Basic agricultural Machinery, hydraulics equipment etc.
Drip irrigation, tractor, broadcost spreader.
I most familiar with the pumping, discharge measurement and surveying equipment. Also well known about planting and harvesting equipment.
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About Agricultural Engineers

September 3rd, 2017

Agricultural engineers work in the agricultural industry where they use their knowledge of engineering technology to design customized agricultural machinery, structures, equipment, and processes. They perform extensive research to identify better ways to conserve water and soil, more efficient sowing and harvesting techniques and improve how agricultural products are processed and stored. Their specific responsibilities may differ depending on the exact field they are working in within the agricultural industry.
Agricultural engineers must have strong mathematics, critical thinking, complex problem-solving, and communication skills. They must also have extensive knowledge of technology design and be able to determine which tools and equipment are the best choices for a particular job.
You need to have a bachelor's degree in agricultural or biological engineering to work as an agricultural engineer. Some employers may also require applicants to have a license as a professional engineer or PE.
At your interview, be prepared to convince the interviewer that you have what it takes to be an agricultural engineer. Answer all questions confidently and honestly. Prospective employers are more likely to hire applicants who are confident in their abilities and skills. Think about how you will answer those common interview questions about your interests, strengths, weaknesses, and career goals. Not sure what questions to expect at your interview. Go to Mock Questions to know more.