- SKILL SET
- ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Tea Management is an interesting choice of course to pursue. It is certainly an off-beat course and provides some of the most unique job opportunities in scenic and beautiful locations of India.
Tea Management course will teach you about tea production, quality, tasting, marketing and more. Pursuing these courses is a good idea for those who have an interest in outdoor life, are physically fit, love to take initiative, have geographic knowledge, leadership and communication skills for dealing with laborers.
Tea Management is a sector of education in India that is still undiscovered by most students. However, it comes with its own unique flavor of career prospects while providing good opportunities for growth and earnings.
|Assam Agricultural University||Assam, Jorhat|
|Indian Institute of Plantation Management (IIPM)||Bengaluru|
|Dipras Institute of Professional Studies (DIPS)||Kolkata|
|The Tea Research Association (TRA)||Calcutta|
|NITM, Darjeeling Tea Research and Management Association||Darjeeling,
|Assam Darjeeling Tea Research Centre||Darjeeling|
|UPASI Tea Research Institute||Tamil Nadu|
|Birla Institute of Futuristic Studies||Kolkata|
|The Tea Tasters Academy||Kerala|
|North Bengal University (NBU)||Siliguri|
- Team Work
- Customer Service
- Management Skills
- Organizational Skills
- Adaptable and self-reliant
- Leadership Skills
- Good Assistance
- Knowledgeable about Tea market
- Willing to undertake Strenuous work
- Good rapport with producers and buyers
- Fair knowledge about the Topography and Geographical location of the Tea estate
- A candidate must have passed Higher Secondary/10+2/ Intermediate examination with Physics , Chemistry and Biology (PCB) or Physics , Chemistry and Agriculture from a recognized University or Board.
- Plantation Manager
- Tea Taster
- Tea Brokers
- Marketing Research
- Nurturing tea plants in the plantations which include preparing the soil, applying the appropriate fertilizers, choosing the right variety best suited for the prevailing condition.
- Supervising the pinching and plucking of the leaves.
- Processing work involves the crushing, tearing and curling of the leaves, which takes place in the factories.
- Packed and dispatched to auction centers. The various samples of tea from different plantations to be tested blended and branded by the tea tasters in the auction centers.