Planation Labourer, Agriculture Labourer, Farm Labourer

Minimum ? No entry barrier

Will be updated

The tasks a Labourer, Plantation is expected to perform include:

Performing a variety of simple and manual tasks connected with plantation crops

Collecting seeds, insecticides, manure, fertilisers, equipment, etc.

Attending to tasks in field in connection with planting, weeding, spraying, plucking, etc.

Preparing the land, tilling the soil, sowing, etc.

Undertaking pruning and harvesting activities

Picking tea leaves, plucking coffee seeds, fruits or flowers, threshing, drying, storing, etc

Consulting fieldman in different assignments as and when necessary

Skilled in crop plantation and related activities

Knowledge of pest control

Efficient in harvesting activities

Knowledge of irrigation equipment, tractors, tilling tools, etc.Efficient in keeping operational areas clean and maintained

Skilled in basic repair functions regarding machinery, farm buildings, etc.Knowledge of the latest techniques in plantation

Proficient in basic arithmetic

Will be updated

Good communication skills

Problem solving skills

Attention to detail


Physical co-ordination and fitness

It is a field job

Work from home option is not available

Part-time work and contractual jobs maybe available

Local travelling is not part of the job

Supervising is not required

Working hours

Working hours are not fixed

Overtime maybe required

Shift system maybe available

Is the job suitable for a candidate with special needs?No

This job is considered mildly hazardous or dangerous

Health risks include exposure to extreme temperatures, dust, chemicals, manure, pesticides, fertilizers, constant use of farm equipment, etc.Occupational hazards include physical strain, accidents and injury to body while using farm machines, sharp tools, etc.

For daily wage worker - INR 90 to INR 340 per day (These figures are indicative and subject to change)

Growth of Agricultural Activities in India

According to a report by NSDC, agriculture and allied activities accounts for about 15.7 % of country?s GDP and is estimated to employ about 124.7 million people as cultivators and 106.8 million as agricultural labour (Census 2001).

The Agriculture industry inIndiahas seen a strong volume growth in the last few years backed by strong domestic demand and initiation of exports. India has witnessed a considerable rise in demand of agricultural food products and to meet those hands on, there is a high demand for Plantation Labourers. Rising worldwide demand of Indian cash crops such as Tea, Coffee, Rubber and Tobacco has alsoled to enhanced production, resulting in more employment opportunities for Labourer, Plantation across India.

Tea plantation farms across India

Coffee plantation farms across India

Rubber plantation farms across India

Tobacco plantation farms across India

Job openings are available in many Tier II and Tier III cities across India.