Friday, 25 October 2013

Scope and job opportunities for BSc Agriculture


Learning is no doubt a continuous process ........... for a learner and a teacher as well

एग्रीकल्चर एडमिशन The 24th All India Entrance Examination for Admission to Undergraduate degree programmes (AIEEA-UG-2019), (AIEEA-PG-2019) for Postgraduate admission & award of PG Scholarship and AICE-JRF/SRF(PGS)-2019 for Ph.D. admission & award of JRF/SRF(PGS) is to be conducted by ICAR. CLICK website of the Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) for more information



SCOPE for B.Sc.(Agri) and M.Sc.(Agri.) Students



  


  

                
   







 
 


 
 
 

                                 


 
                                   



 
                                             








                                                                      B.Sc.(Agri.) degree holder agriculture graduates pursue higher education in AGRICULTURE AND ALLIED SCIENCES to become agriculture specialists in various fields of agriculture science such as Agronomy, Horticulture, Plant Physiology, Plant Pathology, Agricultural Entomology, Plant Breeding & Genetics, Agricultural Economics, Agricultural Statistics, Agricultural Meteorology, Agricultural Extension and many more subjects you may CLICK www.facebook.com/someshjhaa to TALK more on Agri                                            
                                                                                                                                                                              

 



    agri guys having technical SKILL,soft SKILL and behavioural SKILL can achieve and succeed in this competitive world.SKY is the limit but one has to cross the invisible ceiling in his/her route to success.Hesitation is the only invisible barrier.Get rid of your hesitation if you too believe its true.PRIVATE company JOB OPPORTUNITY in AGRI......................these r sectors where agriculture and allied field students can see their career - an answer to their query"where can i look for a job after completion of studies in agriculture "............................A- Administrative Services;B- Banking Services;C- Commercial TISSUE CULTURE Labs;D-Dept.of Agriculture;E- Education Dept,F- Dept.of FOREST;G-GREENHOUSE Installing C'mpany;H- Horticulture Officer;I- INSPECTOR Organic Certification;J- JRF -Junior Research Fellow;K- KISAN WELFARE Organization;L- LABORATORY Manager;M- Municipality HORTI. Dept;N- NABARD;O- Organic FARM MANAGER;P- Pest Management C'mpany;Q- Quarantine Inspector;R- RESEARCH SCIENTIST;S -Seed Inspector;T- Tissue Cuture Incharge in SUGAR MILL;U- URBAN PLANNING Dept.;W- Wildlife Department;X- Explore Agrotourism;Y- Your own Business ;Z- Zonal Manager Pesticide Companies Sugar Biotech,Tissue Culture based Companies,Greenhouse Makers,Micro-Irrigation Companies,Organic Certification ompanies,Rural Retail,Pesticide companies,agri machinery and implements manufacturing companies,lawn and garden machinery makers,polyhouse installing companies,drip irrigation companies and many more........e.g.sonalika,mahindra,jain irrigation,rajdeep,finolex plasson,netafim,mother dairy(safal-procurement and processing);godrej agrovet- realgood chicken,amul,Nunhems,Advanta,Indo-American,Seimens,Century,Nuziveedu,Mahyco,Raasi,Pioneer,Monsanto,Proagro,Vibha,Syngenta,Krishidhan,Shriram Bioseed,Tulsi,Kaveri,Vikram seeds,Advanta,Nath,Kanchan,Prabhat,Nandi seeds,Cane Dev.Manager in Govt or PRIVATE Sugar Mills. Banking services as Relationship Manager Agri loans etc offer good career  NAUKRI hee NAUKRI.......future is not andhera jee !!!!! qualify ICAR exam and you shall have a bright future. ICAR’s ALL INDIA ENTRANCE EXAMINATION FOR ADMISSION TO BACHELOR (AIEEA-UG) MASTER (AIEEA-PG) AND DOCTORAL [AICE-SRF (PGS) ] DEGREE PROGRAMS IN AGRICULTURE AND ALLIED SCIENCES AT AGRICULTURAL UNIVERSITIES                                                                                                                                              





































icar jrf  एग्रीकल्चर एडमिशन AIEEA-UG AIEEA-PG AICE-JRF/SRF (PGS) exams ICAR PG Scholarship (erstwhile JRF) ICAR-JRF/SRF (erstwhile ICAR-SRF) भारतीय कृषि अनुसंधान परिषद (आई.सी.ए.आर.) ICAR-AU system is known for total 75 Agricultural Universites comprising of 64 State Agricultural Universities, Veterinary Universities, Horticultural Universities and Fisheries Universities (SAUs), 4 ICAR-Deemed-to-be-Universities (DUs), viz. IARI, IVRI, NDRI and CIFE, 3 Central Agricultural Universities (CAU, Imphal, Dr. RPCAU, Pusa, Bihar and RLB CAU, Jhansi), 4 Central Universities (CUs) having faculty of agriculture (BHU, AMU, Viswa Bharati and Nagaland University) and 1 Sam Higginbottom University of Agriculture, Technology & Sciences (SHUATS), Allahabad
 
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The degrees awarded by the Universities associated with the ICAR are well recognized and accepted for higher education globally.  

Agri admissions ICAR एग्रीकल्चर एडमिशन can be taken up through All India Entrance Examination for Admission to Undergraduate degree programmes (AIEEA-UG), (AIEEA-PG) for Postgraduate admission and AICE-JRF/SRF (PGS) for Ph.D. admission. CLICK website of the Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) for more information. Agri admissions ICAR एग्रीकल्चर एडमिशन The 23rd All India Entrance Examination for Admission to Undergraduate degree programmes (AIEEA-UG-2018), (AIEEA-PG-2018) for Postgraduate admission & award of PG Scholarship and AICE-JRF/SRF(PGS)-2018 for Ph.D. admission & award of JRF/SRF(PGS) is to be conducted by ICAR detailed information can be CLICKed on https://www.aieea.net/ or CLICK website of the Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR)for more information







By the way ............. B.Sc.(Agriculture) is a Bachelor degree prog. of 4 years duration in AGRICULTURAL UNIVERSITIES under ICAR The Indian Council of Agricultural Research. Candidate must have passed in 10+2 Exam with PCB/PCMB/PCA/ Inter (Agri.) with PC.ICAR’s ALL INDIA ENTRANCE EXAMINATION FOR ADMISSION TO BACHELOR (AIEEA-UG) MASTER (AIEEA-PG) AND DOCTORAL [AICE-SRF (PGS) ] DEGREE PROGRAMS IN AGRICULTURE AND ALLIED SCIENCES AT AGRICULTURAL UNIVERSITIES. Sky is the limit for agri guys passed either from GOVT. run COLLEGE of AGRICULTURE or a PRIVATE INSTITUTE only when they have acquired technical SKILL,soft SKILL and behavioural SKILL to achieve and succeed in this competitive world.One has to cross the invisible ceiling in his/her route to success.Hesitation is the only invisible barrier.Get rid of your hesitation if you too believe its true




Eligibility Criteria 

The Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) conducts All India Entrance Examination to fill 15% seats for Bachelor degrees AND award of NATIONAL TALENT SCHOLARSHIPS in ACCREDITED AGRICULTURAL UNIVERSITIES (100% SEATS AT NDRI KARNAL,RLB CAU JHANSI AND DR.RP CAU PUSA) other than Veterinary Sciences and 25% seats for Master degrees AND award of ICAR-PG SCHOLARSHIP/NTS (PGS)  (100% SEATS OF ICAR DEEMED UNIVERSITIES & DR. RP Central Agricultural University, PUSA, Bihar) and Doctoral degree programmes in accredited Agricultural Universities (except the 4 ICAR-DUs where 100% seats are filled through their own separate national level entrance examination i.e IARI, IVRI, NDRI and CIFE) and award of ICARJRF/SRF(PGS)  in the field of Agriculture and Allied Sciences click ICAR website for information in detail

Eligibility of Qualifying Examination for UG
Candidate must have passed 10+2 Senior Secondary Examination of the Central Board of Secondary Education or any other examination within scope and standard found to be equivalent to the Senior Secondary Examination of a recognised  Indian Board/university (Annexure-VII) after a period of 12 years of study. The medium of instruction in the admitting University will be English.
Candidate must have passed any one of the qualifying examinations enumerated above securing not less than 50% marks in aggregate for General, OBC(NCL) and UPS categories and 40% marks in aggregate for SC, ST and PC categories. There will be no rounding-off of the OGPA/percentage of marks of qualifying examination while deciding the basic eligibility of any candidate for admission e.g. if a candidate obtained 49.99% marks in his/her qualifying examination, then it will not be rounded-off to 50%.             
Candidate having a compartment/ supplementary in any of the subjects will not be eligible unless proof of having cleared the examination with requisite percentage as in 3.2.1(ii)(a) above is available.

Candidate already appeared in the qualifying examination enumerated above, can also apply but would be required to submit evidence of having satisfied the conditions in 3.2.1 (i) & (ii), latest by the counseling date/admission, as otherwise the candidature will be automatically cancelled.
Eligibility of Qualifying Examination for AIEEA-UG-2017: (Other than Veterinary Sciences) on ICAR website was that the candidate must have obtained not less than 50% marks in aggregate in 10+2 examination or equivalent with PCM/PCB/PCMB/PCF subject combinations/Inter Agriculture for admission under General, UPS (Under Privileged State) and OBC (Non-creamy layer) categories or 40% marks in aggregate for admission under SC, ST and PC categories. However, candidates with PCF combination are eligible for admission to B.Sc. (Horti.) only

  For details, refer Information Bulletin (AIEEA-UG-2019) 



Qualifying Examination for AIEEA-PG
The candidate must have passed Bachelor degree examination securing Overall Grade Point Average (OGPA) of at least 6.60/10.00 in ten-point scale, 3.25/5.00 in five-point scale, 2.60/4.00 in four-point scale for General, OBC and UPS categories whereas for SC/ST/Physically Challenged (PC) candidates, the said requirement is an OGPA of at least 5.60/10.00, 2.75/5.00, 2.20/4.00, respectively. In other cases, where grade-points are not awarded and only marks are awarded, the candidate must have secured at least 60% marks for General, OBC and UPS categories, whereas for SC/ST/PC categories the requirement is 50% marks. (Please note that equivalence between OGPA and % marks will not be acceptable). There will be no rounding-off of the OGPA/percentage of marks of qualifying examination while deciding the basic eligibility of any candidate for admission e.g. if a candidate obtained 49.99% marks in his/her qualifying examination, then it will not be rounded-off to 50%.
Qualifying Examination for AIEEA-PG-2017 was Bachelor’s degree in Agriculture, Veterinary, Agricultural Engineering, Fisheries, Horticulture, Home Science (renamed as Community Science), Sericulture, Dairy Technology, Forestry, Agri. Marketing and Cooperation, Food Science, Biotechnology, etc., under 10+2+4 or 10+2+5 (B.V.Sc. &A.H.) or 10+6 (B.Sc. Ag.) years degree programmes (Few seats are available for candidates having Bachelor degree with 10+2+3 (basic sciences) at two ICAR-DUs i.e. IARI & NDRI only), with required OGPA of at least 6.60/10, 3.25/5, 2.60/4 for General, OBC (NCL) and UPS categories whereas for SC/ST/PC categories, the said requirement is 5.60/10, 2.75/5, 2.20/4, respectively. In other cases, where grade-points are not awarded and only marks are awarded, the candidate must have secured at least 60% marks for General, OBC (NCL) and UPS categories; whereas for SC/ST/PC, the requirement is 50% marks (equivalence between OGPA and % marks will not be acceptable). The in-service candidates seeking admission in ICAR-DUs, should see the respective DU’s website

Ph.D :Eligibility of Qualifying Examination for AICE-JRF/SRF (PGS)
Indian nationals having passed Master’s Degree programme securing an Overall Grade Point Average (OGPA) of at least 6.50/10.00 scale, 3.25/5.00 scale, 2.60/4.00 scale for General, OBC (NCL) and UPS Categories and 5.50/10.00, 2.75/5.00, 2.20/4.00 scale for SC/ST/Physically Challenged (PC) categories, respectively from any recognized University in India and abroad would be eligible. In other cases, where grade-points are not awarded and only marks are awarded, the candidate must have secured at least 60% marks for General, OBC (NCL) and UPS category. For SC/ST/PC candidates, the minimum percentage of marks will be 50%.  Where OGPA is awarded, equivalence between OGPA and % marks will not be acceptable. There will be no rounding-off of the OGPA/percentage of marks of qualifying examination while deciding the basic eligibility of any candidate for admission e.g. if a candidate obtained 49.99% marks in his/her qualifying examination, then it will not be rounded-off to 50%. The candidates  must complete the postgraduate degree in all respects and produce the degree-completion certificate from the Registrar to this effect on the date of Counseling failing which they will not be considered for admission and the award of fellowship. The admission and fellowship would be granted only when the candidate seeks admission through counseling conducted by ICAR and pursues Ph.D. degree in an AU, except an ICAR-DU, where 100 % seats will be filled-in through its own separate national level entrance examination. Further, for seeking admission with ICAR-JRF/SRF(PGS), as well as without fellowship, it would be mandatory for the candidate to pursue Ph.D. degree in an AU other than the one from where he/she has obtained Bachelor's or Master's degree, i.e. the candidate should not have obtained more than two degrees (including pursuing of Ph.D.) from the same AU. The above eligibility conditions will  also apply to in-service candidates. It is the sole responsibility of  the  candidate  to  check  his/her  eligibility  for  AICE-JRF/SRF(PGS) examination before  applying.  ICAR  will  not  be  held responsible  for  refusing  admission and/or ICAR-JRF/SRF(PGS) to any ineligible candidate. The candidates please note that:
  1. Senior Research Fellowship is a financial assistance given by ICAR for pursuing Ph.D.  degree in the field of Agriculture  and Allied  sciences.
  2. Merely qualifying the examination will not guarantee JRF/SRF. Only those candidates will be eligible for JRF/SRF who come in the merit list and after counseling join the University within stipulated time.
  3. Based upon his/her merit and choice of seat in a particular University, the candidate shall receive a letter of recommendation from ADG(HRD) for admission to Ph.D. degree programme, indicating the award of JRF/SRF(PGS), if applicable, at the time of online counseling. The Council does not issue a separate certificate to the candidates for the award of JRF/SRF(PGS).
  4. For certain subjects/courses, the Universities may have different/additional eligibility conditions/criteria than those listed in the following Table. It is the responsibility of  the  candidate  to check his/her  eligibility  at the time of counseling with the official(s) of  the  University where  admission  is  desired. The list of Universities along with the contact details of Registrars for seeking admission to Ph.D. programmes is given at Annexure-VI.
  5. The in-service candidates qualifying for admission will arrange for study leave/leave of  the kind due from their respective organizations themselves and ICAR will not  intervene  in  this regard.
  6. The in-service candidates must be working  in ICAR Institutes, DUs, SAUs, CAUs, CUs having  faculty  of  agriculture, Central Government/State Government Departments dealing in Agriculture and Allied Sectors and Public Sector Undertakings dealing  with  Agriculture  and  Allied  Sectors (Annexure IV) of information bulletin for 2018-19. In-service candidates desirous of admission in ICAR-DUs should appear in the national level entrance examination conducted by the respective DU
Eligibility of Qualifying Examination for AICE-JRF/SRF (PGS)-2017 was that the candidates must have passed Master’s Degree programme in the concerned discipline securing Overall Grade Point Average of at least 6.50/10.00 scale, 3.25/5.00 scale, 2.60/4.00 scale for General, OBC (NCL) and UPS Categories and 5.50/10.00, 2.75/5.00, 2.20/4.00 scale for SC/ST/PC categories, respectively. In other cases, where grade-points are not awarded and only marks are awarded, the candidate must have secured at least 60% marks for General, OBC (NCL) and UPS Category. For SC/ST/PC candidates, the minimum percentage of marks will be 50%. The equivalence between OGPA and percent marks will not be acceptable. Candidates must complete the post-graduate degree in all respects and produce the degree-completion certificate from the Registrar to this effect on the date of counseling, failing which they will not be considered for admission and the award of fellowship. The fellowship would be granted only when the candidate seeks admission through counseling conducted by ICAR and pursues Ph.D. degree in an accredited Agricultural University (AU) except an ICAR-DU where 100% seats will be filled up through its own separate national level entrance examination. The candidate must pursue Ph.D. degree in an AU other than the one from where he/she has obtained Bachelor’s or Master’s degree. The candidates who have already joined Ph.D. should not have completed two years as on the date of examination for availing fellowship. The candidates having 10+2+3 years UG degree are not eligible for admissions in AUs through this examination. The above conditions will also apply to in-service candidates


SYLLABUS for UG- for B.Sc.(Agri) n Allied Courses !!!!!
SYLLABUS FOR ICAR’S ALL INDIA ENTRANCE EXAMINATION FOR ADMISSION TO BACHELOR DEGREE PROGRAMMES (AIEEA-UG)

https://www.aieea.net/hinfo/Syllabus.html


SYLLABUS for PG- for M.Sc.(Agri) n Allied Courses !!!!!
SYLLABUS FOR ICAR’S ALL INDIA ENTRANCE EXAMINATION FOR ADMISSION TO MASTER DEGREE PROGRAMMES AND ICAR-PG SCHOLARSHIP/NTS (PGS)

https://www.aieea.net/hinfo/Syllabus.html


Ph.D (Agriculture) karna hai !!!!!!!!!!! ya koi aur Agri. n Allied Course !!!!! All India Competitive Examination for ICAR’s Senior Research Fellowship to pursue Ph.D. Degree Programmes SRF(PGS).

SYLLABUS FOR ICAR’S ALL INDIA ENTRANCE EXAMINATION FOR ADMISSION TO DOCTORAL DEGREE PROGRAMMES AND THE AWARD OF JRF/SRF(PGS)




detailed information can be CLICKed on https://www.aieea.net/ or CLICK website of the Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR)for more information

Department of Agricultural Research and Education (DARE) of the Central Government coordinates agricultural education in the country through Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) in the matters of regulating agricultural education as is being done by UGC for non-agricultural education. All India Entrance Examination for Admission to Undergraduate degree programmes (AIEEA-UG), (AIEEA-PG) for Postgraduate admission & award of PG Scholarship and AICE-JRF/SRF (PGS) for Ph.D. admission & award of JRF/SRF(PGS) is conducted by ICAR every academic year detailed information can be CLICKed on https://www.aieea.net/ or
CLICK website of the Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) for more information



The State Agricultural University (SAU) is established in a state through the enactment of Legislative Act of the respective state. The first SAU was established at Pantnagar {Uttar Pradesh (now in Uttarakhand)} in 1960 on the Land Grant Pattern of USA. This was followed with the establishment of more universities in other states. Presently, most of the states have one or more agricultural
university. The Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) conducts All India Entrance Examination to fill 15% seats for Bachelor degrees and 25% seats for Master degrees (100% seats for ICAR Deemed-to-be-Universities) and Doctoral degree programmes in accredited Agricultural Universities (except the ICAR-DUs) in the field of Agriculture and Allied Sciences.


IARI Ph.D admissions are different from All India Competitive Examination AICE-SRF(PGS) conducted along with AIEEA-PG for Doctoral degree programmes in accredited Agricultural Universities (except the 4 ICAR-DUs namely IARI, IVRI, NDRI & CIFE) in the field of Agriculture and Allied Sciences. In case of ICAR Deemed-to-be-Universities(DUs) 100 % seats will be filled up through their own separate national level entrance examinations. CLICK website of the Indian Agricultural Research Institute (IARI) and Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) for more information.

      


AGRI waalo ka scope............ 
SCOPE-1 After B.Sc.(Agri) or allied course pass ICAR AIEEA- PG exam for M.Sc.(Agri) or allied course……
SCOPE-2 After M.Sc.(Agri) or allied course pass ICAR NET exam after join Teaching as LECTURER or Asst PROFESSOR……..
SCOPE-3 After M.Sc.(Agri) or Ph.D (Agri) or allied course qualify Agricultural Scientists Recruitment Board (ASRB) ARS Examination and become AGRICULTURAL SCIENTIST……..SCOPE-4 Your College Dept for the post of Senior Research Fellow(SRF) and Research Associate (RA)
LECTURER/Asst Professor (Agricultural) banna hai  !!!!!!!!!! toh NET exam
-NET is a qualifying examination for determining eligibility for Lecturer / Assistant Professor in the State Agricultural Universities (SAUs) and other Agricultural Universities (AUs) only

LECTURER/Asst Professor (Agriculture) JOB karnee hai na !!!!!!!!!! ICAR's NET Examination is conducted twice in a year
NET is the qualifying examination for determining eligibility for LECTURER/Asst Professor in State Agricultural Universities (SAUs) and other Agricultural Universities (AUs).

NATIONAL ELIGIBILITY TEST (NET) EXAMINATION
(For updates and details, please refer to Information Bulletin uploaded on the ICAR website)


ICAR NATIONAL TALENT SCHOLARSHIP (NTS) for candidates joining Bachelor degree programmes of four years duration
National Talent Scholarship would be available through the Agricultural University concerned, to every student admitted on ICAR seat at any Agricultural University, at the rate of Rs.per month during the period of study provided the student:
(i) Joins an Agricultural University in a State outside his/her Domicile State.
(ii) Has not changed the University/subject allotted for any reason.
(iii) Has not been admitted against any vacant seat through waitlist option as per his/her request
(iv) Maintains good conduct and satisfactory academic performance (7.00 OGPA) throughout
the period of study.
(v) Does not fail in any course/unit during the period of study.

For the purpose of Entrance Examination,following 11 degree programmes
Bachelor degree programmes of four years duration in the subjects of:
(i)  Agriculture
(ii) Horticulture
(iii) Fisheries 
(iv) Forestry 
(v) Home Science
(vi) Sericulture 
(vii) Biotechnology
(viii) Agricultural Engineering
(ix) Dairy Technology
(x) Food Science and
(xi) Agricultural Marketing & Cooperation 
 are categorized into two Streams viz. 
Stream-A:Agriculture/Biology and 
Stream-B: Mathematics.
The candidate has a right to exercise option only for one Stream at the time of submitting the application. The option once exercised cannot be changed subsequently. 
2.1 STREAM-A (Agriculture/Biology): Candidates under this stream can seek admission for Bachelor degree programmes in Agriculture, Horticulture, Fisheries, Forestry, Home Science, Sericulture, Food Science and Biotechnology. 
2.2 STREAM-B (Mathematics):Candidates under this stream can seek admission for Bachelor degree programmes in Agricultural Engineering, Dairy Technology, Agricultural Marketing & Co-operation and also in Forestry, Food Science and Biotechnology at some of the Agricultural Universities provided Biology has been one of the subjects during 10+2 examination.
Stream-wise Courses Available for Admission and Subjects to be Attempted in the Examination

1. STREAM – A (AGRICULTURE/BIOLOGY)
1. Agriculture - PCB/PCMB/ PCB/PCA/ Inter (Agri.) with PC/Inter (Agri.)*
2. Horticulture - PCB/PCMB/ PCB/PCA/ Inter (Agri.) with PC
3. Fisheries - PCB/PCMB/ PCB/PCA/ Inter (Agri.) with PC
4. Forestry - PCB/PCMB PCB Medical fitness may be required by some universities
5. Home Science - PCB/PCMB/ PCB/PCA /PCH/ Inter (Agri.) with PC**
6. Sericulture - PCB/PCMB/ PCB/PCA/ Inter (Agri.) with PC
7. Bio- technology - PCB/PCMB/ PCB/PCA PCA/ Inter (Agri.) with PC

* Intermediate with Agriculture and having not studied Physics and Chemistry as separate subjects may also be eligible for admission in some SAUs in State of Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Uttarakhand and Uttar Pradesh.

** Intermediate with Agriculture would be eligible for admission in limited AUs

2 STREAM– B (MATHEMATICS)
8.  Agricultural Engineering- PCM/PCMB PCM
9.   Dairy Technology- PCM/PCMB PCM
10. Food Science- PCM/PCMB PCM
11. Agricultural Marketing & Co-operation - PCMB/PCM PCM

P = PHYSICS C = CHEMISTRY B = BIOLOGY M = MATHEMATICS A = AGRICULTURE H = HOME SCIENCE
 

AGE for AIEEA-UG Examination is normally considered between 17 and 23 years.

10+2 STUDENTS passed and obtained not less than 50% marks in aggregate for admission under General, UPS and OBC categories or 40% marks in aggregate for admission under SC, ST and PH categories in 10+2 examination or equivalent/Inter (Agriculture), with PCM/ PCB/ PCMB/ PCA/ PCH subject combinations. Candidate having a compartment/ supplementary in any of the subjects will not be eligible unless proof of having cleared the examination with requisite percentage is available. Candidate appearing for 10+2  examination can also apply but shall produce 10+2 pass certificate with required % marks at the time of counseling. Pass in English in 10+2 examination is essential for admission in some of the Universities.

Subject Streams, Question Paper and Writing Answers in the Examination
(i) The examination shall be conducted in one of the two subject streams namely ‘Stream-A’ comprising of Physics, Chemistry and Agriculture/Biology subjects and ‘STREAM-B’comprising of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics subjects.
(ii) Questions for Physics and Chemistry subjects shall be common for both subject streams.
(iii) Paper for ‘Stream–A’ shall carry questions on Biology as well as Agriculture subject, out
of which the candidate has to attempt/opt/choose only one subject, either Biology or Agriculture. ‘Stream–B’ paper carries questions on Mathematics subject.

Candidates opting for Stream-A in the entrance examination should have passed 10+2 examination enumerated above necessarily with Physics, Chemistry and Biology/Agriculture/Home Science subjects whereas those opting for Stream-B should have passed 10+2 examination necessarily with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics subjects.
Note: While submitting application, candidate must ensure that he/she fulfills the eligibility criteria in entirety.

ICAR FELLOWSHIPS FOR UNDER-GRADUATE STUDIES IN AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES  

National Talent Scholarships (NTS) is available through the Agricultural University concerned to every student admitted on ICAR seat at any Agricultural University located in a state different from their state of domicile.National Talent Scholarships (NTS) is provided at the rate of Rs.2,000/- per month. CLICK http://icar.org.in/files/FINALGuidelines(GNTS)-26072016.pdf for details







The candidates having passed Bachelor’s degree with 3 years’ duration will not be considered for admission through AIEEA-PG in AUs. Only the candidates having passed graduation with four/six (10+6 B.Sc.Ag.)/five years’ (B.V.Sc. & AH) degree programme from any recognized University will be eligible for admission to Master’s degree programmes through entrance examination conducted by ICAR

ICAR FELLOWSHIPS FOR POST-GRADUATE STUDIES IN AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES  

ICAR PG Scholarship is awarded to meritorious candidates seeking admission in the Agricultural Universities where Master degree programme consists of course and research work. The criteria for PG Scholarship (erstwhile JRF) distribution, based on total number of seats in each subject, from Academic Session 2017-18, has been changed to average number of aspirants actually appeared in the AIEEA-PG in the preceding three years.  





For previous academic year 475 ICAR PG Scholarships through AIEEA-PG and 202 fellowships through AICE-JRF/SRF(PGS) was announced by ICAR. Those who did not get ICAR PG Scholarships were awarded NTS(PGS) provided they took admission OUTSIDE their state of domicile. The fellowship is at the rate of Rs.8,640/- per month (except in case of Veterinary studies where its Rs.12,000/- per month) for a period of two years together with a contingent grant of Rs.6,000/- per year for procurement of essential chemicals, equipments, books and travel connected with the research work. Not more than 50% of the contingent grant could be spent for purchase of books. All purchases are to be made with the approval of the Major Advisor/Chairman of Student Advisory Committee. All candidates who have been awarded ICAR- PG Scholarship have to execute a surety Bond of appropriate amount as per University rules and regulations at the time of registration in the University. The AU ensures that if the candidate leaves before completion of the programme, he /she refunds the scholarship amount drawn by him /her to the Council.
To get ICAR- PG Scholarship, the candidate must pursue Master’s degree from an AU in a state different from the one where the AU of his /her Bachelor’s degree is located, i.e. AUs of Bachelor’s degree and Master Degree should be located in different states.Rs.8,640/- per month for a period of two years together with a contingent grant of Rs.6,000/- per year for procurement of essential chemicals, equipments, books and travel connected with the research work.
CLICK website of the ICAR for updated information.
The non- PG Scholarship/NTS(PGS) candidates are eligible to recieve National Talent Scholarship (NTS) of Rs.3000/- per month for two years provided they join Master degree programme in an AU located in a state different from their state of domicile 


ICAR-JRF/SRF(PGS) Fellowship   is awarded on the basis of merit secured in the AICE-JRF/SRF(PGS) examination leading to admission in Ph.D. degree. The criteria for ICAR-JRF/SRF (erstwhile ICAR-SRF) distribution, based on total number of seats in each subject, from Academic Session 2017-18, has been changed to average number of aspirants actually appeared in the AICE-JRF/SRF(PGS) in a particular Sub-subject in the preceding three years.


The Fellowship is awarded to the candidates seeking admission in the listed SAUs, CAU, CUs having faculty of agriculture or any other approved University/Institute under the ICAR-AU system (except the four ICAR-DUs), where Ph.D.degree programme consists of course work with definite credit hours and research work with thesis. The rates of fellowship is ₹ 15,000/- p.m. (fixed) for 1st& 2nd year ₹17,500/- p.m. (fixed) for 3rd year (except in case of Veterinary studies where for Postgraduate in Veterinary Science its ₹17,500/- p.m. (fixed) for 1st & 2nd year ₹ 18,750/- p.m. (fixed) for 3rd year. Contingent grant of ₹10,000/-per year for procurement of essential chemicals,books and travel connected with research work is uniformly paid to all the awardees including in-service candidates. Not more than 50% of the contingent grant is to be spent for purchase of books. All purchases are to be made with the approval of the Major Advisor/Chairman of Student Advisory Committee. All the candidates who have been awarded ICAR-JRF/SRF (PGS) will have to execute a surety bond of appropriate amount as per University rules and regulations at the time of registration in the University to ensure completion of the program undertaken with scholarship/fellowship support. The AU ensures that if the candidate leaves before completion of the program, he/she refunds the scholarship/fellowship amount drawn by him/her to the Council.

an example of information regarding Ph.D admission




ICAR-JRF/SRF (PGS) is awarded on the basis of merit secured in the AICE-JRF/SRF(PGS) examination leading to admission in Ph.D. degree programme in AUs, viz. State Agricultural Universities, Veterinary Universities, Horticultural Universities and Fisheries Universities (SAUs), Central Agricultural University, viz. CAU Imphal, Manipur, Dr. RPCAU, Pusa, Bihar and Central Universities having faculty of Agriculture, viz. Banaras Hindu University (BHU), and Nagaland University (School of Agricultural Sciences and Rural Development).This fellowship is NOT available for admission in any university other than the AUs as mentioned above. The admissions to the four ICAR-Deemed-to-be-Universitites, viz. IARI, IVRI, NDRI and CIFE is not made through AICE-JRF/SRF(PGS) examination as 100 % seats for Ph.D. programme in these ICAR-DUs is filled-up through their own national level entrance examination.



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आप तैयारी कर रहे हैं ICAR 24th AIEEA-UG-2019 and AIEEA-PG-2019 परीक्षा की !!!!!! 







Master degrees are awarded by Agricultural Universities in 95 sub - subjects under 20 major subject-groups namely (1) Plant Biotechnology, (2) Plant Sciences, (3) Physical Science, (4) Entomology and Nematology, (5) Agronomy, (6) Social Sciences, (7) Statistical Sciences, (8) Horticulture, (9) Forestry/Agroforestry and Silviculture, (10) Agricultural Engineering & Technology, (11) Water Science & Technology, (12) Home Science, (13) Animal Biotechnology, (14) Veterinary Science, (15) Animal Sciences (16) Fisheries Science, (17) Dairy Science, (18) Dairy Technology, (19) Food Science Technology, and (20) Agri-Business Management. Candidate should select one major subject-group among the following for appearing in the Entrance Examination, based on the compatibility with his/her own subject area at his/her graduation level. The sub- subject choices, within the major subject-group in which the candidate qualifies the entrance examination, is available at the time of counseling 

Candidates having passed Bachelor's degree in Agriculture or allied sciences or related subjects appearing in the final year examination of graduation with four years degree programme are eligible for AIEEA PG (All India Entrance Examination for Admission to MASTER DEGREE programmes in Agriculture and allied sciences


A frequently occuring idea, which appears in brains of agri graduates, whenever they think of private job in agri input industry is to have a promising career in one of the reputed pesticide company.Coromandel International Ltd., Tagros India Limited, Chennai, Dhanuka Pesticide Limited, Gurgaon, Hyderabad Chemical Products Limited, Hyderabad, Meghmani Organics Ltd., Ahmedabad, Atul Ltd., Valsad, Mitsu Ltd, Vapi, Hermaba Industries Ltd., Shogun Organics Ltd., Mumbai, United Chemicals, Hyderabad, Sabero Organics Gujarat Ltd, Excel Crop Care Ltd., Mumbai, PI Industries Limited, Gurgaon, Shogun Organics Ltd., Mumbai, Nagarjuna Agrichem, Hyderabad, Salvi Chemical Industries, Mumbai, Rallis India, Bengaluru, Crop Health Product Ltd, New Delhi, Artee Graphite Pvt Limited, Faridabad, Sharda Worldwide Exports Pvt Ltd, Cheminova India Ltd., Mumbai, India Pesticide Ltd, Lucknow, Gharda Chemicals Ltd., Mumbai, Astec Chemicals Pvt Limited, Mumbai, Krishi Rasayan Pvt. Ltd. ,Sudarshan Chemical Industries Limited, Pune, United Chemicals, Hyderabad, Insecticide India Ltd, Delhi, Bharat Rasayan Ltd, New Delhi, Parijat Agencies, New Delhi, Hindustan Insecticides Ltd, New Delhi, Crystal phosphates Ltd., Punjab Chemicals and Crop protection Ltd. , Mumbai are major indigenous manufacturers of Insecticides in India.


LOOKING FOR Jobs in Agriculture in India !!!! A DOZEN of JOBS through following links

1.BAYER             http://www.bayer.co.in/bayer_hrJobDetails.php?jid=2
2.SYNGENTA     info.seedsindia@syngenta.com
 
3.MONSANTO  india.talent.acquisition@monsanto.com
6.UPL                   ib.hr@uniphos.com

7.INDOFIL            jobs-icc@modi.com

8.CRYSTAL         careers@crystalcrop.com

http://www.crystalcropprotection.com/jobs-at-crystal.html

9.INSECTICIDE India  http://www.insecticidesindia.com/apply.html

10.PI Industries        http://www.piindustries.com/careers/current-opening.html

11.FMC India            http://www.fmc.in/Careers/ViewJobsApply.aspx

12.BIOSTADT India  http://www.biostadt.com/career/openings.php

 

JRF/SRF Exam ya fir ARS/NET Examination ke liye final SEMESTER ka wait kyon.......start study and mental prepararation right from the first SEM/year of UG n PG respectively.

 





PLANT SCIENCES syllabus for ICAR’s ALL INDIA ENTRANCE EXAMINATION (AIEEA-PG) for ADMISSION to MASTER DEGREE PROGRAMMES AND ICAR-PG SCHOLARSHIP/NTS (PGS) IN AGRICULTURE & ALLIED SCIENCES for ACADEMIC SESSION
Code 02: MAJOR SUBJECT GROUP - PLANT SCIENCES
(Sub-Subjects: 2.1: Plant Breeding & Genetics, 2.2: Plant Pathology, 2.3: Agricultural Microbiology/Microbiology,
2.4: Seed Science & Technology, 2.5: Plant Genetic Resources)
UNIT-I: Importance of Agriculture in national economy; basic principles of crop production; cultivation of rice,
wheat, chickpea, pigeon-pea, sugarcane, groundnut, tomato, potato and mango. Major soils of India,
role of NPK and their deficiency symptoms.
UNIT-II: Structure and function of cell organelles; mitosis and meiosis; Mendelian genetics; elementary knowledge
of photosynthesis; respiration, and transpiration; structure and functions of carbohydrates, proteins, nucleic
acids, enzymes and vitamins. Major pests and diseases of rice, wheat, cotton, chickpea, sugarcane and
their management.
UNIT-III: Characteristics of prokaryotic and eukaryotic organisms, differences between fungi, bacteria, mycoplasmas
and viruses; physical and chemical basis of heredity; chromosome structure; genes/operon concept;
protein biosynthesis; transformation, recombination, Heterosis; Elements of economic botany; integrated
diseases management; sterilisation, disinfection and pasteurization; Koch’s postulates; etiological agents
of rusts, smuts, powdery/downy mildews, wilts, yellows, mosaic, necrosis, enations, blights and witchesbroom;
pH, buffer, vitamins, role of plant hormones in seed germination and dormancy; pollination/
fertilization in flowering plants; methods of seed testing; breeders, foundation and certified seeds; seed
production in self and cross pollinated crops, nitrate assimilation; biological nitrogen fixation and other
uses of microorganisms in agriculture.
UNIT-IV: Food and industry; composting and biogas production. Important rural development programmes in India;organizational set up of agricultural research, education and extension in India






HORTICULTURE syllabus for ICAR’s ALL INDIA ENTRANCE EXAMINATION (AIEEA-PG) for ADMISSION to MASTER DEGREE PROGRAMMES AND ICAR-PG SCHOLARSHIP/NTS (PGS) IN AGRICULTURE & ALLIED SCIENCES for ACADEMIC SESSION
Code 08: MAJOR SUBJECT GROUP - HORTICULTURE
(Sub-Subjects: 8.1: Horticulture, 8.2: Vegetable Crops or Sci. / Olericulture, 8.3: Pomology/ Fruit Sci., Fruit Sci.and Horticulture Technology 8.4: Post-Harvest Technology of Horticultural Crops 8.5: Floriculture & Landscaping Architecture 8.6: Plantation Spices, Medicinal and Aromatic Crops)
UNIT-I: Importance of Agriculture in national economy; basic principles of crop production; cultivation of rice, wheat, chickpea, pigeon-pea, sugarcane, groundnut, tomato and mango. Major soils of India, role of
NPK and their deficiency symptoms. Structure and function of cell organelles; mitosis and meiosis;
Mendelian genetics; elementary knowledge of photosynthesis; respiration, and transpiration; structure
and functions of carbohydrates, proteins, nucleic acids, enzymes and vitamins. Major pests and diseases
of rice, wheat, cotton, chickpea, sugarcane and their management. Important rural development
programmes in India; organizational set up of agricultural research, education and extension in India;
Elements of statistics.
UNIT-II: Layout and establishment of orchards; pruning and training; propagation, climatic requirement and
cultivation of fruits like mango, banana, citrus, guava, grape, pineapple, papaya, apple, pear, peach and
plum; cultivation of plantation crops like coconut and cashew nut and spices like black pepper, coriander,
turmeric, important physiological disorders; major vegetable crops of tropical, subtropical and temperate
regions ‘like cole crops (cauliflower, cabbage and knol khol), cucurbits (pumpkin, bottlegourd, bittergourd,
luffa, muskmelon and watermelon, cucumber), root crops (radish, tapioca sweet potato and potato), leafy
vegetables (fenugreek and spinach); solanaceous crops (tomato, chillies and brinjal); techniques for
raising the nursery; nutritive value of fruits and vegetables and their role in human nutrition; basic physiology
of ripening in fruits and vegetables and their products; type of fruits and vegetable products and control of
fungal and bacterial diseases; major floricultural crops grown in India for commercial purposes like rose, carnation, chrysanthemum, marigold, tuberose, gladiolus, orchids; establishment and maintenance of lawns, trees, shrubs, creepers, hedges and annuals; type of gardens, methods of crop improvement;
male sterility and incompatibility; pure line and pedigree selection; backcross, mass selection; heterosis; plant nutrients, deficiency symptoms of nutrients, manures and fertilisers, systems of irrigation, management of important pests and diseases of fruits and vegetables.



























PLANT BIOTECHNOLOGY syllabus for ICAR’s ALL INDIA ENTRANCE EXAMINATION (AIEEA-PG) for ADMISSION to MASTER DEGREE PROGRAMMES AND ICAR-PG SCHOLARSHIP/NTS (PGS) IN AGRICULTURE & ALLIED SCIENCES for ACADEMIC SESSION
MAJOR SUBJECT GROUP - PLANT BIOTECHNOLOGY
(Subjects: 1.1: Plant Biochemistry/ Bio. Chem. 1.2: Plant Biotechnology & Molecular Biology/Biotechnology,
1.3: Plant Physiology/Crop Physiology)
UNIT-I: Basic Sciences & General Agriculture: Importance of agriculture in national economy; basic principles
of crop production; cultivation of rice, wheat, chickpea, pigeon-pea, sugarcane, groundnut, tomato, and
mango. Major soils of India; role of NPK and their deficiency symptoms. General structure and function of
cell organelles; mitosis and meiosis; Mendelian genetics. Elementary knowledge of growth, development,
photosynthesis, respiration and transpiration; Elements of economic botany. General structure and function
of carbohydrates, proteins, nucleic acids, enzymes and vitamins. Major pests and diseases of rice, wheat,
cotton, chickpea, sugarcane and their management. Organic farming; biofertilizers; biopesticides.
Recombinant DNA technology; transgenic crops. Important rural development programmes in India;
organizational set up of agricultural research, education and extension in India. Elements of statistics.
UNIT-II: Plant Biochemistry: Importance of biochemistry in agriculture. Acid-base concept and buffers; pH.
Classification, structure and metabolic functions of carbohydrates, lipids and proteins. Structure and
function of nucleic acids. Enzymes: structure, nomenclature, mechanism of action; vitamins and minerals
as coenzymes and cofactors. Metabolic pathways: glycolysis, TCA cycle, fatty acid oxidation, triglyceride
biosynthesis. Electron transport chain; ATP formation. Photosynthesis: C-3, C-4 and CAM pathways.
Nitrate assimilation; biological nitrogen fixation. Colorimetric and chromatographic techniques
UNIT-III: Plant Biotechnology and Molecular Biology/Biotechnology: Characteristics of prokaryotic and
eukaryotic organisms; differences between fungi, bacteria, mycoplasms and viruses. Physical and chemical
basis of heredity; chromosome structure. DNA replication, transcription and translation; genetic code;
operon concept. Genetic engineering; restriction enzymes; vectors; gene cloning; gene transfer. Plant
cell and tissue culture; micro-propagation; somaclonal variation. Transformation; recombination; Heterosis.
General application of biotechnology. Molecular and immunological techniques. Concept of bioinformatics,
genomics and proteomics.
UNIT-IV: Plant Physiology/ Crop Physiology: Plant physiology– importance in agriculture. Seed germination,
viability and vigour. Photosynthesis- significance of C-3, C-4 and CAM pathway; photorespiration and its
implications. Translocation of assimilates; dry matter partitioning; Harvest index of crops. Growth and
development; growth analysis; crop-water relationship. Plant nutrients and their functions. Phytohormones
and their physiological role. Photo-periodism, vernalisation; pollination/ fertilization in flowering plants.
Post-harvest physiology and its significance.




agronomy SYLLABUS for ICAR’s ALL INDIA ENTRANCE EXAMINATION  (AIEEA-PG) for ADMISSION to MASTER DEGREE PROGRAMMES and award of ICAR-PG SCHOLARSHIP/NTS (PGS) IN AGRICULTURE &
ALLIED SCIENCES for ACADEMIC SESSION
MAJOR SUBJECT GROUP - AGRONOMY
(Subjects: 5.1: Agronomy 5.2: Tea Husbandry)
UNIT-I: General: Importance of Agriculture in national economy; basic principles of crop production; cultivation of
rice, wheat, chickpea, pigeon-pea, sugarcane, groundnut, rapeseed and mustard, potato. Major soils of
India, role of NPK and their deficiency symptoms. Structure and function of cell organelles; mitosis and
meiosis; Mendelian genetics: elementary knowledge of photosynthesis; respiration, photorespiration and
transpiration; structure and functions of carbohydrates, proteins, nucleic acids, enzymes and vitamins.
Major pests and diseases of rice, wheat, cotton, chickpea, sugarcane and their management. Important
rural development programmes in India; organisational set up of agricultural research, education and
extension in India; Elements of statistics.
UNIT-II: Principles of Agronomy, Crop ecology and geography and Agricultural Meteorology: Agronomy –meaning
and scope, National & International agricultural research institutes in India, Agro climatic zones of India,
Tillage, crop stand establishment and planting geometry and their effect on crop, Physiological limits of
crop yield and variability in relation to ecological optima, organic farming, Precision farming, Integrated
farming systems, Principles of field experimentation. Principles of crop ecology and crop adaptation,
climate shift and its ecological implications, Agro-ecological regions in India, Geographical distribution of
crop plants, Greenhouse effect, Climatic factors and their effect on plant processes and crop productivity,
Role of GIS and GPS in agriculture. Weather & climate, Earth’s atmosphere, Solar radiation, Atmospheric
temperature and global warming. Crops and atmospheric humidity, Weather forecasting.
UNIT-III: Field crops: Origin, distribution, economic importance, soil and climatic requirement, varieties, cultural
practices and yield of cereals ( rice, wheat, maize, sorghum, pearl millet, minor millets, barley), pulses
(chickpea, lentil, peas, Pigeon pea, mungbean, urdbean), oilseeds (groundnut, sesame, soybean,
rapeseed & mustard, sunflower, safflower, linseed), fiber crops (cotton, jute, sun hemp), sugar
crops(sugarcane), fodder & forage crops (sorghum, maize, napier, berseem, Lucerne, oats), medicinal &
aromatic plants (menthe, lemon grass and isabgol) and commercial crops(potato, tobacco).
UNIT-IV: Weed management: Principles of weed management, Classification, biology and ecology of weeds, crop weed competition and allelopathy, concepts and methods of weed control, Integrated weed management,
Classification, formulations, selectivity and resistance of herbicides, Herbicide persistence in soil and
plants, Application methods and equipments, Weed flora shifts in cropping systems, Special and
problematic weeds and their management in cropped and non-cropped situations, Weed management
in field crops.
UNIT-V: Water management: Principles of irrigation, Water resources and irrigation development in India, Water
and irrigation requirements, Concepts and approaches of irrigation scheduling, Methods of irrigation,
Measurement of irrigation water, application, distribution and use efficiencies, Conjunctive use of water,
Irrigation water quality and its management, water management in major field, crops (rice, wheat, maize,
groundnut, sugarcane) Agricultural drainage.
UNIT-VI: Soil fertility and fertilizer use: Essential plant nutrients and their deficiency symptoms, concept of essentiality
of plant nutrients, Indicators of soil fertility and productivity, Fertilizer materials and their availability to
plants, slow release fertilizers, Nitrification inhibitors, Principles and methods of fertilizer application,
Integrated nutrient management, site specific nutrient management.
UNIT-VII: Dryland Agronomy: Characteristics of Dryland farming and delineation of Dryland tracts, constraints of
Dryland farming in India, Types of drought and their management, contingency crop planning and midseason
corrections for aberrant weather and its recycling. Watershed management.
UNIT-VIII: Problem soils : Problem soils and their distribution in India, Characteristics and reclamation of these
soils, Crop production techniques in problem soils.
UNIT-IX: Sustainable land use systems: Sustainable agriculture: parameters and indicators, Conservation agriculture,
safe disposal of agri-industrial waste for crop production, Agro-forestry systems, shifting cultivation,
Alternate land use systems, Wastelands and their remediation for crop production.

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ENTOMOLOGY group SUBJECTS for ICAR’s ALL INDIA ENTRANCE EXAMINATION FOR ADMISSION TO MASTER DEGREE PROGRAMMES
MAJOR SUBJECT GROUP - ENTOMOLOGY AND NEMATOLOGY
(Subjects: 4.1: Agricultural/ Horticultural Entomology, 4.2: Nematology, 4.3: Apiculture,
4.4: Sericulture, 4.5: Plant Protection.)


UNIT-I: Importance of Agriculture in national economy; basic principles of crop production; cultivation of rice,
wheat, chickpea, pigeon-pea, sugarcane, groundnut, tomato, cole crops, mango, grapes, banana, oilseeds
other than groundnut, soybean and mustard. Major soils of India, role of NPK and their deficiency
symptoms. Mendelian genetics; elementary knowledge of photosynthesis; respiration, and transpiration;
Major cropping systems (rice-wheat cropping, crop rotations, mixed cropping); soil degradation-soil salinity
and acidity and management; some aspects of post-harvest technology; varietal improvement; importance
of Heterosis in crop production; crop protection principles in field and storage. Major insect pests and
diseases of agricultural crops like rice, cotton, pulses, oilseed crops like groundnut, soybean and mustard,
vegetables like tomato, cole crops; fruit crops like mango and banana and their management principles.
Transgenic crops. Important rural development programmes in India; organizational set up of agricultural
research, education and extension in India; Elements of statistics.
UNIT-II: Classification of animal kingdom up to class; distinguishing characters up to orders in class Insecta;
general organization of an insect external morphology with special reference to lepidopteran larvae,
coleopteran adults; and honeybee; metamorphosis and moulting; different physiological systems; insectplant
relationship; insect pests of agricultural and horticultural crops, and their stored/processed products,
insect vectors of plant diseases- identification, biology, nature of damage, and their management tactics;
and pests of household, medical and veterinary importance and their control; useful and beneficial insects
like honeybee, lac insect, silkworm and pollinators; Nematode taxonomy, biology of important plant parasitic
nematodes and their control; entomopathogenic nematodes, basic principles of insect and nematode
pest management-cultural, biological, insecticidal, quarantine, and regulatory aspects; insecticide
classification and insecticide resistance management; and insect protective transgenic crops.




Agricultural Meteorology/ Agrometeorology is seen in MAJOR SUBJECT GROUP - PHYSICAL SCIENCE in ICAR’s ALL INDIA ENTRANCE EXAMINATION FOR ADMISSION TO MASTER DEGREE PROGRAMMES AND ICAR-JRF (PGS) syllabus
(Subjects: 3.1: Agricultural Meteorology/ Agrometerology 3.2: Soil Science & Agricultural Chemistry/ Soil Conservation and Water Management/ SWC/ Irrigation and Water Management, 3.3: Agricultural Physics, 3.4: Agricultural Chemicals, 3.5: Environmental Science.)



Emoluments for Junior Research Fellow (JRF) and Senior Research Fellow (SRF) working in the ICAR funded schemes
Junior Research Fellow (JRF)   -   Rs.25000/- per month+ allowances
Senior Research Fellow (JRF)   -   Rs.28000/- per month+ allowances

Emoluments for Research Associates (RA) working in the ICAR funded schemes
Research Associate-I     -     Rs.35000/- per month+ allowances
Research Associate-II    -    Rs.38000/- per month+ allowances
Research Associate-III   -   Rs.40000/- per month+ allowances



वैज्ञानिक SCIENTIST (AGRICULTURAL ) banenge aap !!!!!!!!!!



 

There are various disiplines or deparments or divisions of agriculture in which post graduate studies are offered

Division of Agricultural Economics
Division of Agricultural Extension
Division of Agril Chemicals
Division of Agril Physics
Division of Agril. Engg., IARI
Division of Agronomy
Division of Entomology
Division of Floriculture & Landscaping
Division of Food Science
Division of Fruits & Horticulture Technology
Division of Genetics
Division of Microbiology
Division of Nematology
Division of Seed Science Technology
Division of Soil Science & Agril. Chemistry
Division of Vegetable Science
Division Plant Pathology
Divison of Agriculture Engineering
 
DEGREE PROGRAMMES AVAILABLE FOR ADMISSION to post graduate courses
   
2.1. Major Subject Groups, Sub-subjects, No. of Seats & ICAR-JRF (PGS)
Master degrees are awarded by Agricultural Universities in 93 sub - subjects under 20 major subject-groups
namely (1) Plant Biotechnology, (2) Plant Sciences, (3) Physical Science, (4) Entomology and Nematology,
(5) Agronomy, (6) Social Sciences, (7) Statistical Sciences, (8) Horticulture, (9) Forestry/Agroforestry and
Silviculture, (10) Agricultural Engineering & Technology, (11) Water Science & Technology, (12) Home Science,
(13) Animal Biotechnology, (14) Veterinary Science, (15) Animal Sciences (16) Fisheries Science, (17) Dairy
Science, (18) Dairy Technology, (19) Food Science Technology, and (20) Agri-Business Management.
Candidate should select one major subject-group among the following for appearing in the Entrance Examination, based on the compatibility with his/her own subject area at his/her graduation level. 
The subsubject choices, within the major subject-group in which the candidate qualifies the entrance examination,will be available at the time of counseling.

SUBJECTS

SYLLABI  FOR ICAR’S ALL INDIA ENTRANCE EXAMINATION FOR ADMISSION TO MASTER DEGREE PROGRAMMES AND ICAR-JRF (PGS)
click ICAR website for UPDATED subject code
Code 01: MAJOR SUBJECT GROUP - PLANT BIOTECHNOLOGY
(Subjects:
1.1: Plant Biochemistry/ Bio. Chem.
1.2: Plant Biotechnology & Molecular Biology/Biotechnology,
1.3: Plant Physiology/Crop Physiology)

Code 02: MAJOR SUBJECT GROUP - PLANT SCIENCES
(Subjects:
 2.1: Plant Breeding & Genetics,
 2.2: Plant Pathology,
2.3: Agricultural Microbiology/Microbiology,
2.4: Seed Science & Technology,
2.5: Plant Genetic Resources)

Code 03: MAJOR SUBJECT GROUP - PHYSICAL SCIENCE
(Subjects:
3.1: Agricultural Meteorology/ Agrometeorology
3.2: Soil Science & Agricultural Chemistry/ Soil Conservation and Water Management/ SWC/ Irrigation and Water Management,
3.3: Agricultural Physics,
3.4: Agricultural Chemicals,
3.5: Environmental Science.

Code 04: MAJOR SUBJECT GROUP - ENTOMOLOGY AND NEMATOLOGY
(Subjects:
 4.1: Agricultural/ Horticultural Entomology,
4.2: Nematology,
 4.3: Apiculture,
4.4: Sericulture,
4.5: Plant Protection.)

Code 05: MAJOR SUBJECT GROUP - AGRONOMY
(Subjects:
 5.1: Agronomy/Forage Production/
5.2: Tea Husbandry)

Code 06: MAJOR SUBJECT GROUP - SOCIAL SCIENCES
(Subjects:
6.1: Agricultural Economics,
6.2: Agriculture Extension Education/ Communication Development,
6.3: Dairy Economics
6.4: Dairy Extension Education)

Code 07: MAJOR SUBJECT GROUP - STATISTICAL SCIENCES
(Subjects:
7.1: Agricultural Statistics,
7.2: Statistics,
7.3: Computer Application,
7.4: Bioinformatics)
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Code 08: MAJOR SUBJECT GROUP - HORTICULTURE
(Subjects:
 8.1: Horticulture,
8.2: Vegetable Crops/ Sci, Olericulture,
 8.3: Pomology Fruit Sc., Fruit and Orchard Crops, Management of Plantation Crops, Fruit Breeding
8.4: Post-harvest Technology of Horticultural Crops/ PHM,
8.5: Floriculture & Landscaping,
8.6: Spices and Plantation Crops/Medicinal and Aromatic Plants)
Code 09: MAJOR SUBJECT GROUP - FORESTRY/AGROFORESTRY & SILVICULTURE
(Subjects:
 9.1: Forest Products,
9.2: Silviculture,
 9.3: Forestry including Tree Genetic Resource,
9.4: Agroforestry,
 9.5: Forestry/Env. Mgt, NRM, Plantation Tech. / P. Forestry)

Code 10: MAJOR SUBJECT GROUP - AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY
(Subjects:
10.1: Soil & Water Conservation Engg./Water Resource Engg.,
10.2: Irrigation & Drainage Engg,
10.3: Post Harvest Engg./Food Engg./Agril. Processing and Structure
10.4: Farm Implements & Machinery/Farm Power and Machinery/ FP & Equip.
10.5: Bio-energy including Renewable Energy Mgt., Agril/Irri. Water Mgmt.)

Code 11: MAJOR SUBJECT GROUP - WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
(Subject11.1: Water Science and Technology)

Code 12: MAJOR SUBJECT GROUP - HOME SCIENCE
(Subjects:
12.1: Food & Nutrition,
12.2: Human Development & Family Studies/Child Development,
12.3: Home Management/Family Resource Management,
12.4: Clothing & Textile,
12.5: Home Science Extension/ Education/ Sociology/ Extn. & Comm. Mgt.)

Code 13: MAJOR SUBJECT GROUP - ANIMAL BIOTECHNOLOGY
(Subjects:
13.1: Animal Biotechnology,
 13.2: Vety./Animal Biochemistry)

Code 14: MAJOR SUBJECT GROUP - VETERINARY SCIENCE
(Subjects:
14.1:VeterinaryAnatomy( & Histology)
14.2:VeterinaryObstetrics & Gynaecology, Reproductive Biology/ Ani. Reproduction
14.3:Vety. Medicine (Clinical and Preventive),
14.4: Veterinary Parasitology,
14.5: Veterinary Pharmacology and Toxicology,
14.6: Veterinary Pathology
14.7: Epidemiology/ Wild Life Science/ Wild Life Health Mgt.
 14.8: Vety.Virology,
 14.9: Vety. Immunology,
14.10: Veterinary Microbiology/ Bacteriology,
14.11: Veterinary Surgery / & Radiology
14.12: Veterinary Public Health)

Code 15: MAJOR SUBJECT GROUP - ANIMAL SCIENCES
(Subjects:
15.1: Animal Husbandry/Animal Sci./Dairy Sci,
15.2: Animal Genetics & Breeding,
15.3: Animal Nutrition/Feed/Fodder Tech.,
15.4: Vety/Animal Physiology,
15.5: Livestock Production & Management,
 15.6: Livestock Products Technology & Meat Science Tech.,
15.7: Poultry Science,
15.8: Animal Husbandry/ Veterinary Extension Education
15.9: Livestock/Animal Husbandry/Veterinary Economics
15.10: Bio-Statistics)


Code 16: MAJOR SUBJECT GROUP - FISHERIES SCIENCE
(Subjects:
 16.1: Fisheries Sciences/Fish Hydrology/Fish Environment/Fish IT,
16.2: Fisheries ResourceManagement/Fish Processing Management,
16.3: Inland Aquaculture/Mariculture/Freshwater culture.
16.4: Fish Processing Technology,
16.5: Aquatic/Fish Biology/ Fish Physio. & biochem.
16.6: Fish Microbiology/Fish Pathology/ Aquatic Animal Health Mgt.
16.7: Fisheries Extension,
16.8: Aquatic Env. Management,
16.9: Fish Post-Harvest Technology
16.10: Fish Genetics/ Breeding / Biotechnology,
16.11: Fish Nutrition &Feed Tech.
16.12: Fish Business Management/ Fish. Economics)

Code 17: MAJOR SUBJECT GROUP - DAIRY SCIENCE
(Subjects: 17.1: Dairy Microbiology, 17.2: Dairy Chemistry)

Code 18: MAJOR SUBJECT GROUP - DAIRY TECHNOLOGY
(Subjects: 18.1: Dairy Technology, 18.2: Dairy Engineering)

Code 19: GROUP - FOOD SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY
(Subject: 19.1: Food Science & Technology)

Code 20: Group– Agri-Business Management
(Subjects20.1: Agri-Business Management, 20.2: Agricultural Marketing & Cooperation)

The number one management school in our country, Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad (IIMA)along with other IIMs also offers two year Post Graduate Program in Agri-Business Management (PGP-ABM)

The PGP-ABM Graduate Recruitment Process is driven by PGP-ABM Students' Placement Committee with the help of the Placement Office.  They liaise with the companies particularly agribusiness companies to provide details about the students who will be graduating and are available for placement. All companies participating in the process have a dedicated Relationship Manager (RM), who is responsible for facilitating the process for the recruiter.
Those who want to STUDY  this two year Post Graduate Program in Agri-Business Management (PGP-ABM) require to qualify IIM Common Admission Test CAT 2014
CLICK http://www.iimcat.ac.in/ for details on CAT 2014 .One may also click http://www.iimahd.ernet.in/programmes/pgp-abm.html for information on the same
The first year of the programme focuses on building fundamentals in the core concepts of management and providing the students basic conceptual and analytical skills required in different disciplines and functional areas for managerial effectiveness. To build on the synergies between PGP – General and PGP-ABM programmes and to provide the students an exposure to the complexity of managerial decision making, it has been decided to run the first year of the programme in common with PGP.
To initiate students into building a perspective towards agriculture and rural sector, after first year PGP-ABM students undergo the first phase of Rural Immersion Module (RIM) in the summer vacation, which is followed by summer internship. Students undergo Rural Immersion in two phases for a total period of about four weeks and summer internship for a period of eight weeks with the institute’s corporate partners, which provide students field and organizational experience.
The second year of the programme aims at building and deepening decision making skills within the specific context of rural and agriculture sectors. It consists of electives and compulsory courses and the second phase of Rural Immersion Module. The second year is designed to impart specialized multi-functional knowledge and skills required by food and agri-business sector managers for excellence in planning, decision-making, organization and implementation in different sub-sectors and activities in the sector including agriculture, food, and agribusiness, rural and allied sectors.

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Agricultural Scientist/(KRISHI VAIGYANIK) banna hai  !!!!!!!!!! then ARS exaafter Ph.D in Agriculture brings a bright future. The Agricultural Scientists Recruitment Board (ASRB) conducts a combined ARS (Preliminary) and NET examination. 
The Agricultural Scientists Recruitment Board (ASRB) conducts ARS Examination as per the following scheme where in two separate examinations are held as:
(i) Preliminary – ARS Examination
(ii) ARS – Main Examination

Viva-Voce is held later for those who qualify ARS (Main) Examination
ARS-2017 and NET (I)-2018 combined Examination was held in April 2018. Candidates declared successful in ARS-2017 (Mains) Examination and viva-voce will be recommended for appointment as Scientists in Agricultural Research Service (ARS) of Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) in the Pay Band-III of 15,600-39,100 plus Research Grade Pay of 6,000/-.

 



 
CLICK website of the Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) for more information. Candidates are advised to read the notification on www.asrb.org.in carefully before filling the Online Application Form

एग्रीकल्चरल रिसर्च सरविस AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH SERVICE EXAMINATION 
ARS exam ए आर एस परीक्षा




NET और ARS की तैयारी कर रहे हैं न आप (NET-II)-2018 or ARS 2018 (Preliminary) Examination 


Candidates clearing the National Eligibility Test become eligible for Lecturers or Assistant Professors in the SAUs/AUs. NET certificates are issued by the ASRB to the qualified candidates to enable them to apply against vacancies notified or advertised by the State Agricultural Universities /Agricultural Universities. SAUs/AUs later satisfy themselves with regard to fulfillment of prescribed conditionalities and consider them for the recruitment process for Lecturers/ Assistant Professors

Syllabus for ARS/NET Examination

SCIENTIST (AGRICULTURAL ) job karnee hai !!!!!!!!!! Qualify ARS exam. AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH SERVICE EXAMINATION 
 
Agricultural Scientists Recruitment Board (ASRB) holds a competitive ARS Examination  as per the following scheme where in two separate examinations are held as:
(i) Preliminary – ARS Examination 

(ii) ARS – Main Examination
Candidates declared successful in ARS Main Examination and viva-voce will be recommended for appointment as Scientists in Agricultural Research Service (ARS) of Indian Council of Agricultural Research

PRESCRIBED EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS
A candidate must hold a Master‟s Degree or equivalent in the concerned subject with specialization
The Preliminary ARS Examination is a qualifying examination and its marks will not be carried forward for determining final merit of the candidates. All those candidates desirous of appearing for ARS will have to take both the examinations and viva-voce. Since a pass in the Preliminary examination is compulsory for all candidates, only those candidates who qualify the Preliminary ARS Examination will be eligible to appear in the ARS Main Examination


Syllabus for ARS (Preliminary) Examination and ARS (Main) Examination and NET 




NUMBER OF ATTEMPTS for NET (I) - 2017
There is no restriction on number of attempts for appearing in the National Eligibility Test.The date of declaration of result of NET Examination will be the date of qualifying NET Examination.The decision of the Board as to the eligibility or otherwise of a candidate for admission to the examination shall be final.No candidate will be admitted to the examination unless he/ she hold a certificate of admission from the Board.Any attempt on the part of a candidate to obtain support for his/ her candidature by any means may disqualify him/ her from admission to the examination

PRESCRIBED EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS for NET (I)-2017
A candidate must possess a Master’s degree or equivalent in the concerned Discipline and specialization completed on or before 08.07.2017 from any Indian University incorporated by an Act of Central or State Legislature in India or other educational institution established by an Act of Parliament or declared to be deemed University under Section 3 of the University Grants Commission Act, 1956 or he/she must have qualification from a foreign University recognized as equivalent by the Government of India (GoI).



The rules for the National Eligibility Test (I) - 2017 Examination to be held by the Agricultural Scientists Recruitment Board are published for general information.
1. NATIONALITY:

2. AGE LIMIT:
A candidate must have attained the age of 21 years as on 01.01.2017. There is no upper age limit for the National Eligibility Test.

3. EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATION:-
A candidate must possess a Master’s degree or equivalent in the concerned Discipline and specialization completed on or before 08.07.2017 from any Indian University incorporated by an Act of Central or State Legislature in India or other educational institution established by an Act of Parliament or declared to be deemed University under Section 3 of the University Grants Commission Act, 1956 or he/she must have qualification from a foreign University recognized as equivalent by the Government of India (GoI).


During previous years, ARS 2016 (Preliminary) Examination and National Eligibility Test (NET-I)-2017 Examination in Online mode was conducted in MAY 2017. After qualifying Viva-Voce which would be held later for those who qualify ARS 2016 (Main) Examination by Agricultural Scientists Recruitment Board (ASRB), candidates become AGRICULTURAL SCIENTIST. Agricultural Scientists Recruitment Board(ASRB) conducted ARS 2015(Main) Examination in MAY 2016 while the ARS-2015(Preliminary) was held in DECEMBER 2015.After qualifying Viva-Voce which was held during Oct-Nov'2016 Agricultural Scientists Recruitment Board (ASRB) ARS Examination, candidates and became AGRICULTURAL SCIENTIST whereas, National Eligibility Test (NET-I)-2016 Examination was held in the month of AUGUST 2016. NET 2015 was conducted as combined Preliminary ARS -2015 and NET-2015 Examination in DECEMBER 2015.The NET exam is often conducted twice in a year.For example,second exam of NET in the past as National Eligibility Test (NET-II)-2014 was advertised for notification in August 2014 in combination with Preliminary ARS -2014
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ARS 2016 (Preliminary) Examination and National Eligibility Test (NET-I)-2017 Examination in Online mode will be conducted in MAY 2017.After qualifying Viva-Voce which would be held later for those who qualify ARS 2016 (Main) Examination by Agricultural Scientists Recruitment Board (ASRB),candidates become AGRICULTURAL SCIENTIST



some important information SHARED from ICAR website- 

The ARS-2016 (Mains) Examination will be conducted on 08.07.2017. Candidates are advised to read the notification carefully before filling the Online Application Form.The ARS (Preliminary) Examination is a qualifying examination and its marks will not be carried forward for determining final merit of the candidates. All those candidates desirous of appearing for ARS Examination are required to take both the Preliminary and Mains Examination and viva-voce.Candidates declared successful in ARS-2016 (Mains) Examination and viva-voce will be recommended for appointment as Scientists in Agricultural Research Service (ARS) of Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) in the Pay Band-III of Rs.15,600-39,100 plus Research Grade Pay of Rs. 6,000/-

Since a pass in the Preliminary Examination is compulsory for all candidates, only those candidates who qualify the ARS-2016 (Preliminary) Examination as per standards given below will be eligible to appear in the ARS-2016 (Mains) Examination. 

ARS-2016 ( Preliminary) Examination Paper:-
ARS-2016 (Preliminary) Examination shall have one paper of 150 marks with all multiple choice objective questions to be solved in 2 hours (Two hours), from the respective professional subject(s) for which candidate has opted. The Examination will be conducted in Online format at the designated Centres. The questions of the Examination will be available in bilingual form i.e. Hindi and English medium. The answers are to be indicated on the Computer itself during the Examination.
1/3 marks will be deducted for each wrong answer in ARS-2016 (Preliminary) Examination (Objective Type). There will be no rounding off of fractions of marks. This is a qualifying examination and marks scored will not be counted for final selection.
The candidates who obtain following minimum qualifying marks in the Preliminary Examination will be allowed to appear in the ARS (Mains) Examination in the ratio of 1:15 (category-wise) for each post. However, the Board reserves the right to fix/alter the qualifying marks and ratio in any or all Disciplines at its discretion.

Minimum marks required in the Preliminary Examination for qualifying ARS-2016 (Preliminary) Examination:


Since the ARS-2016 (Preliminary) Examination will be conducted Online (and the number of computers being limited at our Centres), there may be disciplines for which Multiple Sets of Question Papers could be used. In such cases, the Board at its discretion may adopt EquiPercentile Normalisation Procedure for deciding number of qualified candidates for such Disciplines.
Candidates must mark the answers/papers in their own hand. Under no circumstances, they will be allowed the help of a scribe to mark the answers for them. Only the Orthopedically Divyang (OD) candidates will both arms affected may the allowed the help of a Scribe only with the prior permission of the Board. Provision of a scribe will be made by ASRB on prior request made by such candidates ten (10) days before the Examination on arsnet2016@asrb.org.in. An additional time of 20 (twenty) minutes per hour will be allowed to such candidates.

ARS-2016 (Mains) Examination Paper:-
ARS-2016 (Mains) Examination Paper will have only one paper of 240 marks to be completed in 3 hours duration. The paper shall be divided in three parts A, B and C. Part ‘A’ will consists of 40 (forty) questions of 2 (two) marks each. In this part, answers required will be of very short, not exceeding 10 (Ten) words at the most. Part ‘B’ will have 20 (twenty) questions of 5 (five) marks each requiring one or two paragraphs and/or graphic explanation. Part ‘C’ will have 6 (six) essay type or descriptive type questions. Each question will carry 10 (ten) marks and may have two or more parts. Answers are required to be written in the space
provided below the question. In no case extra sheets will be provided. All questions in parts ‘A’ ‘B’ and ‘C’ will be compulsory.
The candidates who obtain such minimum qualifying marks in the Mains Examination as may be fixed by the Board in its discretion, shall be called for viva-voce in the ratio of 1:5 (category-wise) for each post.

ARS-2016 - Viva-voce :-
The candidates will be interviewed by a Board of competent and unbiased experts in the respective disciplines, who will have before them a record of his/her career. The object of the viva-voce is to assess his/her suitability for the Service for which he/she has competed. The viva-voce is intended to supplement the written examination for testing the general and specialized knowledge and abilities of the candidate. The candidate will be expected to have taken an intelligent interest not only in his/her own state or country, as well as in modern current of thought and in new discoveries, which should rouse the curiosity of well-educated youth.
The technique of the viva-voce is not that of strict cross-examination, but of a natural, though directed and purposive conversation intended to reveal the candidate’s mental qualities and his/her grasp of problems. The Board will pay special attention to assessing the intellectual curiosity, critical powers of assimilation, balance of judgment and alertness of mind, the ability for social cohesion, integrity of character, initiative and capacity for leadership and scientific research.
NOTE:- Syllabus for ARS-2016 (Preliminary) Examination and ARS-2016 (Mains) Examination is available on ASRB’s website

3. Examination Procedure:-
(i) Reserved category candidates who qualify after availing relaxed standard, extended no. of attempts or age relaxation shall render themselves ineligible for UR posts. They will be eligible only for the posts which are reserved in respective category in a particular discipline.
(ii) After the Viva-Voce the candidates will be arranged by the Board in the order of merit in each category (professional subject-wise) as disclosed by the aggregate marks finally awarded to each candidate. Candidates who obtain such minimum aggregate marks in the written papers and Viva-Voce without fixing any minimum marks in Viva-Voce as may be fixed by the Board in its discretion shall be recommended for appointment to ARS in accordance with the number of vacancies intimated by the Council under each discipline. Based on the merit, the candidates belonging to reserved categories i.e. SC/ST/OBC/Divyang (Orthopedically Divyang (OD)/ Hearing Divyang (HD)) are also eligible to be considered against the unreserved vacancies, if no relaxation in age, no. of attempts or qualifying marks either in ARS-2016 (Preliminary) or in ARS-2016 (Mains) Examination or in both has been availed by such reserve category candidates. If any concession in age, no. of attempts or relaxation in qualifying marks is availed, such candidates will be eligible for consideration only against vacancies reserved for them.
(iii) Rules for Tie-Breaker:- Wherever the two or more candidates have secured equal aggregate marks (marks in written ARS-2016 - Mains Examination + Viva-voce) the merit of the candidates shall be determined by applying the following Tie-Breaker Rules.
(a) Candidate securing more marks in the written ARS-2016 (Mains) Examination will be ranked higher.
(b) In case where the marks mentioned at (a) above are equal, the candidate senior in age will be ranked higher.
(iv) Candidates belonging to the Scheduled Castes (SC) or the Scheduled Tribes (ST) may be recommended by the Board by a relaxed standard to make up the deficiency in the reserved quota subject to the relevant instructions on the subject and also subject to the fitness of these candidates for appointment to the Agricultural Research Service irrespective of their ranks in the order of merit at the examination.
(v) There is no provision for maintaining the select panel and therefore, the vacancies against which the recommended candidates do not join will not be filled-up. The backlog vacancies will be filled up from the next examination.
(vi) There is no provision of re-evaluation of the answer script and therefore, no request for re-evaluation of the answer script will be entertained. The Board will not enter into any correspondence in this regard.
(vii) The form and manner of communication of the result of the examination to individual candidates  shall be decided by the Board in their discretion and the Board will not enter into correspondence with them regarding the result.
(viii) Recommendation by the Board for appointment in the ARS will not be binding unless the Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) are satisfied after such enquiry as may be considered necessary that the candidate is suitable in all respects for appointment to the Service.

4. GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS for ARS-2016 (MAINS) EXAMINATION:
(a) Question paper for ARS-2016 (Mains) Examination can be answered either in English or Hindi. The Candidate has to indicate his/her option therefore in the Online Application Form itself. The answers/ scripts attempted in a medium other than the opted one will not be evaluated.
(b) Candidates must mark the answers/papers in their own hand. Under no circumstances, they will be allowed the help of a scribe to mark the answers for them. Only the Orthopedically Divyang (OD) candidates will both arms affected may the allowed the help of a Scribe only with the prior permission of the Board. Provision of a scribe will be made by ASRB on prior request made by such candidates ten (10) days before the Examination on arsnet2016@asrb.org.in. An additional time of 20 (twenty) minutes per hour will be allowed to such candidates.
(c) If a candidate's handwriting is not easily legible, a deduction will be made on this account from the total marks otherwise accruing to him.
(d) Marks will not be allotted for mere superficial knowledge.
(e) Credit will be given for orderly, effective and exact expression combined with due economy of words in all subjects of the examination.
(f) Standard of both the papers - ARS-2016 (Preliminary) Examination and ARS-2016 (Mains) Examination will be that of Master’s Degree of an Indian University. 

The number of vacancies in ARS-2016 under various disciplines


  
































PRESCRIBED EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS for ARS 2016
A candidate must hold a Master’s Degree or equivalent in the concerned discipline with specialization completed on or before 08.07.2017 as mentioned on ICAR website.The candidates having Master’s degree from a foreign University must attach a certificate of equivalence and recognition of that degree issued by the University Grants Commission/ Government of India / any other concerned Government of India / Department or Agency.
Candidates who have appeared at an examination, the passing of which would render them eligible to appear at the ARS2016 Examination but have not been informed of the results, may apply for admission to the ARS 2016 Examination. Candidates who intend to appear at such a qualifying examination may also apply. Such candidates will be admitted to the ARS 2016 Mains Examination, if otherwise eligible but their admission would be purely provisional. These candidates are required to submit the self-attested copies of the documents/certificates in support of their candidature by 24.07.2017 failing which their interview call letter (through e-mail) shall be withheld.

NUMBER OF ATTEMPTS for ARS 2016
(a) The number of attempts for appearing in the Agricultural Research Service Examination will be limited to SIX for Unreserved category candidates (whether M.Sc./Ph.D.) including the in-service candidates of I.C.A.R. However, this restriction will not apply to SC and ST candidates who are otherwise eligible. The number of attempts for Other Backward Classes category and Divyang (belonging to General/OBC category) candidates will be NINE.
Note-I :- The number of attempts made by the candidates prior to Agricultural Research Service examination 2011 will not be taken into account for counting the number of attempts made. Attempt means that the candidate must have appeared for the Examination.
Note-II :- An attempt at a Preliminary Examination shall be deemed to be an attempt at the Examination. Notwithstanding the disqualification/cancellation of candidature, the fact of appearance of the candidate at the examination will count as an attempt.
(b) Restrictions on applying for the Examination:-
“A candidate who has already qualified ARS examination (finally selected) in the earlier year will not be eligible to compete in the subsequent examinations conducted by ASRB for the same discipline in which he/she has earlier qualified. However, there is no bar to reappear for an ARS selected candidate in the subsequent ARS examination in a discipline different than the one in which he/she has already qualified".

Earlier, ARS-2015(Preliminary) was held in DECEMBER 2015 while the ARS-2015(Main) Examination was conducted in MAY 2016.


NET certificate is issued by the Agricultural Scientists Recruitment Board(ASRB) to the qualified candidates to enable them to apply against vacancies to be notified or advertised by the State Agricultural Universities/Agricultural Universities.SAUs/AUs satisfy themselves with regard to fulfilment of prescribed eligibility condition/criterion for requisite posts of Lecturers/Assistant Professors including authenticity of the NET Certificate in the possession of the candidates.ICAR National Eligibility Test (NET) is a qualifying examination for determining eligibility for the position of Lecturer/Assistant Professor in the State Agricultural Universities(SAUs) and other Agricultural Universities (AUs).Candidates clearing the National Eligibility Test are eligible to apply for the post of Lecturers or Assistant Professors in the SAUs/AUs



The Agricultural Scientists Recruitment Board (ASRB) would conduct National Eligibility Test (NET-I)-2017 Examination in Online mode at 23 Centres across India in a staggered slot-wise examination format as per the Rules and Scheme of Examination in the month of MAY

Educational Qualification for ARS - 2015 ,a candidate must hold a Master’s Degree or equivalent in the concerned discipline with specialization,number of attempts for appearing in the Agricultural Research Service Examination will be limited to SIX for Unreserved category candidates (whether M.Sc./Ph.D.) including the in-service candidates of I.C.A.R.
However,this restriction will not apply to SC and ST candidates who are otherwise eligible.The number of attempts for Other Backward Classes category and Person with Disability category (belonging to General/OBC category) candidates will be NINE
for NOTIFICATION details CLICK website of ICAR
Educational Qualification for ARS - 2015 ,a candidate must hold a Master’s Degree or equivalent in the concerned discipline with specialization.
The candidates having Master’s degree from a foreign University must attach a certificate of equivalence and recognition of that degree issued by the University Grants Commission/Government of India/ any other concerned Government of India / Department or Agency.
However,Candidates who have appeared at an examination, the passing of which would render them eligible to appear at the ARS–2015 Examination but have not been informed of the results, may apply for admission to the ARS – 2015 Examination.
Candidates who intend to appear at such a qualifying examination may also apply.Such candidates will be admitted to the ARS-2015 Examination,if otherwise eligible,
but their admission would be deemed to be provisional and subject to cancellation,if they do not produce proof of having passed the requisite qualifying examination on or
before 21.02.2016 i.e. scheduled date of ARS-2015(Main) Examination.

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Bank me ya PRIVATE company me JOB OPPORTUNITY in AGRICULTURE......................these r sectors where agri. students can see their career - an answer to their query"where can i look for a job after completion of studies in agriculture "............................A- Administrative Services;B- Banking Services;C- Commercial TISSUE CULTURE Labs;D-Dept.of Agriculture;E- Education Dept,F- Dept.of FOREST;G-GREENHOUSE Installing C'mpany;H- Horticulture Officer;I- INSPECTOR Organic Certification;J- JRF -Junior Research Fellow;K- KISAN WELFARE Organization;L- LABORATORY Manager;M- Municipality HORTI. Dept;N- NABARD;O- Organic FARM MANAGER;P- Pest Management C'mpany;Q- Quarantine Inspector;R- RESEARCH SCIENTIST;S -Seed Inspector;T- Tissue Cuture Incharge in SUGAR MILL;U- URBAN PLANNING Dept.;W- Wildlife Department;X- Explore Agrotourism;Y- Your own Business ;Z- Zonal Manager Pesticide Companies Sugar Biotech,Tissue Culture based Companies,Greenhouse Makers,Micro-Irrigation Companies,Organic Certification ompanies,Rural Retail,Pesticide companies,agri machinery and implements manufacturing companies,lawn and garden machinery makers,polyhouse installing companies,drip irrigation companies and many more........e.g.sonalika,mahindra,jain irrigation,rajdeep,finolex plasson,netafim,mother dairy(safal-procurement and processing);godrej agrovet- realgood chicken,amul,Nunhems,Advanta,Indo-American,Seimens,Century,Nuziveedu,Mahyco,Raasi,Pioneer,Monsanto,Proagro,Vibha,Syngenta,Krishidhan,Shriram Bioseed,Tulsi,Kaveri,Vikram seeds,Advanta,Nath,Kanchan,Prabhat,Nandi seeds,Cane Dev.Manager in Govt or PRIVATE Sugar Mills. Banking services as Relationship Manager Agri loans etc offer good career

Some examples of various government instituitions in the field of agriculture are :-

GOI Agricultural Insurance Company of India Ltd.
GOI Central Poultry Development Organization, Chandigarh 
GOI Institute of Pesticide Formulation Technology 
GOI National Fisheries Development Board,Hyderabad, Telangana
GOI National Medicinal Plants Board, Ministry of Ayush, New Delhi 
GOI National Seed Corporation, New Delhi 
GOI NCDC, National Cooperative Development Corporation New Delhi 
GOI NRFMTTI, , Northern Region Farm Machinery Training & Testing Institute
IARI Regional Station, Indore , MP 
IARI Regional Station, Pusa (Bihar) 
ICAR  Central Tobacco Research Institute, Rajahmundry, A.P. 
ICAR  Indian Institute of Sugarcane ResearchIISR, Lucknow 
ICAR Agricultural Technology Application Research Institute (ATARI),Umiam 
ICAR CAFRI- Central Agroforestry Research Institute, Jhansi 
ICAR Central Institute if Agricultural Engg, Bhopal 
ICAR Central Institute of Fisheries Education CIFE, Mumbai 
ICAR Central Institute of Post Harvest Engineering and TechnologyCIPHET, Ludhiana
ICAR Central Plantation Crops Research Institute CPCRI, Kasaragod,Kerala
ICAR Central Sheep & Wool Research Institute, Avikanagar, Tonk,Rajasthan 
ICAR CIAH, Central Institute for Arid Horticulture, Bikaner
ICAR CIPHET, Central Institute of Post-Harvest Engineering and Technology Ludhiana
ICAR CIRCOT Central Institute for Research on Cotton
ICAR CIRG, Central Institute for Research on Goat, Makhdoom 
ICAR  Department of Sericulture, Karnataka
ICAR  Directorate of Fisheries, Bilaspur
ICAR  Directorate of Medicinal and Aromatic Plant Research,Boriavi,Gujarat
ICAR  Directorate of Poultry Research DPR,Hyderabad
ICAR  Directorate of Rapeseed-Mustard Research DRMR, Bharatpur 
ICAR IIHR, Indian Institute of Horticultural Research, Bangalore 
ICAR Indian Institute of Millets Research, Hyderabad 
ICAR Indian Institute of Soil & Water Conservation 
ICAR National Academy of Agricultural Research Management NAARM, Hyderabad 
ICAR National Agricultural Science Museum (NASM)
ICAR National Centre of Organic Farming,Ghaziabad
ICAR National Horticulture Board
ICAR National Institute of Abiotic Stress Management (NIASM)
ICAR National Institute of Fisheries Post harvest Technologies & Training, Cochin
ICAR National Research Centre on Plant Biotechnology, Pusa Campus
ICAR National Research Centre on, Mithun, Nagaland 
ICAR NBPGR, New Delhi
ICAR NCIPM, National Centre for Integrated Pest Management,New Delhi
ICAR NRCP, National Research Centre on Pig, Guwahati 
ICAR Protection of Plant Varieties and Farmer's Right Authority
ICAR Research Complex, Goa 
ICAR Agricultural Technology Application Research Institute ATARI, Jabalpur 
ICAR ATARI, Agri. Tech. Application Res. Institute, Ludhiana 
ICAR Central Avian Research Institute,Izatnagar, Bareilly, Uttar Pradesh
ICAR CAZRI Central Arid Zone Research Institute, Jodhpur
ICAR CCRI Central Citrus Research Institute, Nagpur 
ICAR Central Institute of Agricultural Engineering, Bhopal 
ICAR Central Institute of Brackishwater Aquaculture, Chennai 
ICAR Central Institute of Fisheries Education, Rohtak Centre ,Haryana 
ICAR Central Institute of Temperate Horticulture, Srinagar
ICAR Central Research Institute for Dry Land Agriculture, Hyderabad 
ICAR CIARI, Andaman & Nicobar Islands
ICAR CIRB, Central Institute of Research on Buffalo (CIRB), Hisar 
ICAR CISH Central Institute for Subtropical Horticulture,Rehmankhera, Lucknow
ICAR CIWA, Central Institute of Women in Agriculture,Bhubhaneshwar
ICAR Coconut Development Board
ICAR CPRI, Central Potato Research Institute, Modipuram, Meerut 
ICAR Directorate of Coldwater Fisheries Research, Bhimtal 
ICAR Directorate Of Floriculture Research,Pusa, New Delhi
ICAR Directorate of Knowledge Management in Agriculture (DKMA) 
ICAR Directorate of Onion & Garlic Research, Pune 
ICAR Directorate of Poultry Research, Hyderabad 
ICAR Directorate of Weed Research, Jabalpur 
ICAR DMR, Directorate of Mushroom Research, Solan 
ICAR IASRI, Indian Agricultural Statistics Research Institute,New Delhi 
ICAR IIPR Kanpur 
ICAR IISR, Indian Institute of Sugarcane Research, Lucknow 
ICAR Indian Institute of Seed Science,Maunath Bhanjan,UP 
ICAR IISS, Indian Institute of Soil Science, Bhopal 
ICAR Indian Grassland and Fodder Research Institute IGFRI, Jhansi 
ICAR Indian Institute of Farming Systems Research IIFSR, Modipuram 
ICAR Indian Institute of Maize Research, Ludhiana 
ICAR Indian Institute of Oilseeds Research,Hyderabad
ICAR Indian Institute of Vegetable Research, Varanasi 
ICAR Indian Veterinary Research Institute, Izatnagar 
ICAR IWBR, Indian Institute of Wheat & Barley Research, Karnal,Haryana
ICAR National Bureau of Agriculturally Important Microorganisms (NBAIM)
ICAR National Bureau Of Soil Survey And Land Use Planning NBSS &LUP, New Delhi 
ICAR National Research Center on Camel,Bikaner
ICAR National Research Centre on Equines NRCE,Hisar
ICAR National Research Centre on Pomegramate, Solapur 
ICAR NBAIR (National Bureau of Agricultural Insect Resources),Bangalore 
ICAR NIRJAFT, National Institute of Research on Jute and Allied Fibre Technology Kolkata 
ICAR NIVEDI-National Institute of Veterinary Epidemiology and Disease Informatics, Bangaluru
ICAR NRC on Seed Spices Ajmer
ICAR Sugarcane Breeding Institute, Regional Centre, Karnal 
ICAR VPKAS,Vivekanand Parvatiya Krishi Anusandhan Sansthan,ALMORA, UTTARAKHAND




Horticulture graduates and post graduates have good scope in govt. and private jobs as well.

Director (Horticulture) is a  senior level a position in the Pay Group-'A' Band-3 Govt, Job recruitment advertisements. Generally, those have several years of work experience as Deputy Director (Horticulture) are selected as Director (Horticulture). Master's degree in Science in Agriculture/Forestry/ Horticulture with specialization in Horticulture or Master's degree in Science in Horticulture (including Floriculture, Olericulture) or Master's degree in Science in Botany with Horticulture as a special subject from a recognized University or equivalent is Essential Educational qualification for the post of  Director (Horticulture)

Deputy Director (Horticulture) is a position in the Pay Group-'A' Band-3 Govt, Job advertisements. Master's degree in Science in Agriculture/Forestry/ Horticulture with specialization in Horticulture or Master's degree in Science in Horticulture (including Floriculture, Olericulture) or Master's degree in Science in Botany with Horticulture as a special subject from a recognized University or equivalent is Essential Educational qualification for the post of Deputy Director (Horticulture)

Assistant Director (Horticulture) is a senior level Group ‘B’ position in the Pay Band-2 Govt, Job advertisements. Master's degree in Agriculture/Forestry with specialization in Horticulture or Master's degree in Science in Horticulture (including Floriculture or, Olericulture) or Master's degree in Science in Botany with Horticulture as a special subject from a recognized University or equivalent is required educational qualification.

Section Officer (Horticulture) is a Group ‘B’ position in the Pay Band-2 in Govt, Job advertisements. . Qualification for a post of Horticulture Officer is generally a Bachelor’s degree in Agriculture or Horticulture or Forestry from a recognized University or Institute or equivalent.

Mali or Gardener is a Group ‘C’ position in the Pay Band-1 in Govt, Job advertisements. Pay of Sr. Mali or Garden Supervisor is higher to that of Mali since it is a Supervisor post. Qualification for a post of Mali is generally Matriculation pass with agriculture as one of the subjects from recognized Board/School/University or equivalent.
In case of vacancies of Mali Grade-III in government establishment, a selection exam is conducted that is followed by a Skill Test for those who score minimum qualifying marks in the written test. Educational qualification for the above mentioned post of Mali is 10th Pass and the Skill required is Gardener NSQF (National Skill Qualification Framework) level 4 certificate {given by Agriculture Sector Skill Council of India (ASCI)} or any other NSQF approved governing body.

OR

Gardening training certificate from IARI (Indian Agricultural Research Institute) or any other Government Agriculture or Horticulture University/Institution with training duration of minimum 01 month.



Experience of minimum of two years work in the trade is essential and the candidate who has worked for two years or more in a Central/State Government Nursery is preferred.



ONE may CLICK  http://nscsindia.org/ExploreSectorSkillCouncilDetail.aspx?SSC=MTE=  for addresses of training centres for various courses




The NSQF level descriptor for level 4 certificate 



After the completion of training Agriculture Skill Council of India (ASCI) provides certificates conforming to National Skill Qualification Framework.




The picture of certificate shown is a sample to give example
  

    
Candidates having passed or appearing in 10+2 Senior Secondary Examination Physics, Chemistry and any one of the subjects from Biology/ Mathematics/ Agriculture are eligible for AIEEA UG (All India Entrance Examination for Admission to Bachelor degree programmes in Agriculture and allied sciences)

Those who are interested in learning ORGANIC FARMING

after B.Sc.(Agri.)may find a short course helpful.


These kind of courses are being conducted from time to time.

my name and work in Hindustan Times N'paper 


 my name in Dainik BHASKAR aha zindagi magazine


LANDSCAPE Artist,HORTICULTURE Professional,SCIENTIST(AGRICULTURAL) banna hai !!!!!! 


my name in Dainik Jagran SAKHI magazine 



Bachelor degree programmes of four years duration in the subjects of:
(i)  Agriculture
(ii) Horticulture
(iii) Fisheries 
(iv) Forestry 
(v) Home Science
(vi) Sericulture 
(vii) Biotechnology
(viii) Agricultural Engineering
(ix) Dairy Technology
(x) Food Science and
(xi) Agricultural Marketing & Cooperation etc.
is available to Indian Nationals based on merit-rank in ICAR’s All India Entrance Examination.








 

 
VETERINARY DOCTOR banega koi aapkee pehchaan mein !!!
 

AIPVT 2016 All India Pre-Veterinary Test(AIPVT 2016 ENTRANCE Exam date 14-MAY 2016.COUNSELLING in later month.Form ONLINE submission between 06 - JAN to 07-FEB 2016.

ADMISSION APPLICATION form for All India Pre-Veterinary Test (AIPVT) for Admission to B.V.Sc. & A.H.Course for filing up 15 % of total no of seats in Veterinary Colleges of India(except Jammu and Kashmir State)

Educational Qualification for AIPVT 2016 All India Pre-Veterinary Test exam - 12th Pass /HSC passed with Physics,Chemistry,Biology and English subjects.Online Application FEE Rs.1500/- for General/OBC category applicants and Rs.750/- for SC/ST category.
Eligibility- Candidates should be Indian Nationals except those who are domicile of JAMMU & KASHMIR,as that state has not adopted the provisions of the Indian Veterinary Council Act,1984.

MORE DETAILS CAN BE read on VETERINARY COUNCIL OF INDIA website


B.V.Sc. & A.H.Course qualified doctors can opt various post graduate programs with ICAR JRF (PGS) fellowships.The fellowship will be at the rate of Rs.12,000/- per month for graduates of Veterinary Sciences pursuing Veterinary studies after gaining knowledgeninbelow mentioned disciplines

Code 13: MAJOR SUBJECT GROUP - ANIMAL BIOTECHNOLOGY
(Subjects:
13.1: Animal Biotechnology,
 13.2: Vety./Animal Biochemistry)

Code 14: MAJOR SUBJECT GROUP - VETERINARY SCIENCE
(Subjects:
14.1:VeterinaryAnatomy( & Histology)
14.2:VeterinaryObstetrics & Gynaecology, Reproductive Biology/ Ani. Reproduction
14.3:Vety. Medicine (Clinical and Preventive),
14.4: Veterinary Parasitology,
14.5: Veterinary Pharmacology and Toxicology,
14.6: Veterinary Pathology
14.7: Epidemiology/ Wild Life Science/ Wild Life Health Mgt.
 14.8: Vety.Virology,
 14.9: Vety. Immunology,
14.10: Veterinary Microbiology/ Bacteriology,
14.11: Veterinary Surgery / & Radiology
14.12: Veterinary Public Health)

Code 15: MAJOR SUBJECT GROUP - ANIMAL SCIENCES
(Subjects:
15.1: Animal Husbandry/Animal Sci./Dairy Sci,
15.2: Animal Genetics & Breeding,
15.3: Animal Nutrition/Feed/Fodder Tech.,
15.4: Vety/Animal Physiology,
15.5: Livestock Production & Management,
 15.6: Livestock Products Technology & Meat Science Tech.,
15.7: Poultry Science,
15.8: Animal Husbandry/ Veterinary Extension Education
15.9: Livestock/Animal Husbandry/Veterinary Economics
15.10: Bio-Statistics)

M.Sc.(Agri.) admissions



                                                                                                                            
Sam Higginbottom University of Agriculture,Technology and Sciences (SHUATS). Earlier, Sam Higginbottom Institute of Agriculture,Technology and Sciences (SHIATS)-(formerly ALLAHABAD AGRICULTURAL INSTITUTE),  allahabad


M.Sc.(Agri.) admissions 2014 at SHIATS,allahabad,UP


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Delhi University DU……the university with 61 colleges……here in 2015-16 session
only 20 % i.e.1 out of every 5 applicant gets shortlisted for admission to a Undergraduate program
only 1 out of every 51 applicant gets shortlisted for BSc Computer Science course
only 1 out of every 50 applicant gets shortlisted for BSc(Hons) Chemistry course
only 1 out of every 45 applicant gets shortlisted for BSc(Hons) Physics course
only 1 out of every 35 applicant gets shortlisted for BA(Hons) English course
only 1 out of every 33 applicant gets shortlisted for BSc(Hons) Mathematics course
only 1 out of every 29 applicant gets shortlisted for BCom course
only 1 out of every 22 applicant gets shortlisted for BA(Hons) Economics course
only 1 out of every 22 applicant gets shortlisted for BA(Hons) History course
only 1 out of every 21 applicant gets shortlisted for BA(Hons) Political Science course
only 1 out of every 12 applicant gets shortlisted for BCom(Hons) course...........
aakhir ho bhee kyo na …….Delhi desh ka dil jo hai ....aur DU Delhi kee dhadkan

Some COLLEGES in DELHI UNIVERSITY (DU) also offers few courses which may help u get a AGRI related job

Some of the DU colleges in various Regions of NCR are
1.GHAZIABAD region
1.Bhim Rao Ambedkar College (BRAC),Main Wazirabad Road,Near Yamuna Vihar,Delhi, 011-22814126 (Auto Rickshaw from Seelampur Metro Station)
2.Shyam Lal College,G.T.Road,Shahdra,Delhi,011-22322201 (Auto Rickshaw from Seelampur Metro Station)

3.Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies (CBS),Vivek Vihar, Jhilmil Colony, Delhi,011-22154581 (Auto Rickshaw from Jhilmil Metro Station)
2.NOIDA region
1.Maharaja Agrasen College,Vasundhara Enclave,(Near Mayur Vihar Phase-1),Delhi,011-22610565 (Auto Rickshaw from Mayur Vihar Phase-1 Metro Station)

3.ROHINI side
1.Swami Shraddhanand College,Alipur, Delhi,011-27206533(Bus from Jehangir Puri Metro Station)

4.PITAMPURA and ASHOK VIHAR side
1.Sri Guru Gobind Singh College Of Commerce(SGGSCC),University Of Delhi, Pitam Pura, Opposite TV Tower,Delhi 011-27321109 (Rickshaw from Netaji Subhash Place Metro Station)
2.Keshav Mahavidyalaya,H-4-5 Zone, Road No. 43,Pitampura(Near Sainik Vihar),Delhi,011-27018805 (Rickshaw from Netaji Subhash Place Metro Station)

3.Satyawati College,Ashok Vihar Phase-III, Delhi,011-27219570 (Rickshaw from Azadpur Metro Station)
5.MOTI NAGAR side
1.Shyama Prasad Mukherji College(SPMC), Road No. 57, West Punjabi Bagh, Punjabi Bagh, New Delhi,011-25224499 (Auto Rickshaw from Moti Nagar Metro Station)
2.Deen Dayal Upadhyaya College(DDUC),Karampura,New Delhi,011- 25458173 (Auto Rickshaw from Moti Nagar Metro Station)

3.Shivaji College (University of Delhi),Ring Road, Raja Garden,New Delhi,011-25191458 (Auto Rickshaw from Rajouri Garden Metro Station)
4.Rajdhani College,Mahatma Gandhi Marg,Raja Garden,New Delhi,011-25930752 (Auto Rickshaw from Rajouri Garden Metro Station)

6.KAROL BAGH side
1.Sri Guru Nanak Dev Khalsa College,Beadonpura,DEV Nagar, Karol Bagh, New Delhi,011-28729399 (Auto Rickshaw from Rajendra Place Metro Station)
7.HAUZ KHAS 
1.Shaheed Bhagat Singh College,Sheikh Sarai Phase II,New Delhi,011-29250306 (Auto Rickshaw from Malviya Nagar Metro Station)
2.Sri.Aurobindo College,Shivalik, Malviya Nagar,New Delhi,011-26692986 (Walking Distance from  Malviya Nagar Metro Station)
8.DWARKA
1.Bhaskaracharya College of Applied Sciences,Dwarka Sector 2,Delhi,011- 25087597 (Auto Rickshaw from Dwarka Sec-12 Metro Station)

WOMEN COLLEGES in DELHI UNIVERSITY 
(DU)
There are many colleges for women in Delhi

1.GHAZIABAD region
1.Vivekananda College,Vivek Vihar,Delhi,011-22150100  (Auto Rickshaw from Jhilmil Metro Station)

2.NOIDA region
1.Shaheed Rajguru College Of Applied Sciences For Women,Vasundhara Enclave,(Near Mayur Vihar Phase-1),Delhi,011 -22623503 (Auto Rickshaw from Mayur Vihar Phase-1 Metro Station)

3.ROHINI side
1.Aditi Mahavidyala,Delhi Auchandi Road, Bawana, Delhi, 011-2752741(Bus from Rithala Metro station)

4.ASHOK VIHAR side
1.Lakshmibai College,Ashok Vihar Phase-III, Delhi,011-27308598 (Auto Rickshaw from Azadpur Metro Station)

5.NORTH CAMPUS 
1.Indraprastha College for Women,31,Sham Nath Marg,Delhi,011-23954085 (Rickshaw from Civil Lines Metro Station)
2.Miranda House,Chhatra Marg,DELHI UNIVERSITY North Campus,Delhi,011-27666201(Rickshaw from Vishwa Vidyalaya Metro Station)
3.Daulat Ram College,St Kirpal Singh Marg,University Of Delhi, North Campus,Delhi,011-27667863(Rickshaw from Vishwa Vidyalaya Metro Station)

6.KAROL BAGH Side
1.Kalindi College,Block 49, Mata Rameshwari Nehru Nagar, Patel Nagar, New Delhi,011- 25787604 (Auto Rickshaw from Rajendra Place Metro Station)
2.Janki Devi Memorial College(JDMC),Sir Ganga Ram Hospital Marg, Old Rajinder Nagar, Rajinder Nagar, New Delhi,011-25787754  (Auto Rickshaw from Rajendra Place Metro Station)

7.Connaught Place(CP) side
1.Mata Sundri College for Women,MATA SUNDRI LANE,Mandi House NEW DELHI, 011-23237291(Auto Rickshaw from Mandi House Metro Station)
2.Lady Irwin College,Sikandra Rd,Mandi House NEW DELHI, 011-23711222(Auto Rickshaw from Mandi House Metro Station)

8.HAUZ KHAS side
1.Gargi College, Sri Fort Road(Ansal Plaza- Hauz Khas route),Delhi 011-26494544 (Auto Rickshaw from Hauz Khas Metro Station)
2.Kamala Nehru College,August kranti Marg,Siri Fort Rd, New Delhi 011- 26494881 (Auto Rickshaw from Hauz Khas Metro Station)
3.Institute of Home Economics,F-4, Sri Krishna Chaitanya Mahaprabhu Marg,Hauz Khas,New Delhi,011- 26532402 (Rickshaw from Hauz Khas Metro Station)

9.Greater Kailash(GK) side
1.Lady Shri Ram College(LSR) for Women,Lala Lajpat Rai Path, Amar Colony, Lajpat Nagar Part-IV, New Delhi,011-26434459 (Rickshaw from Moolchand Metro Station)
10.Chanakyapuri 
1.Maitreyi College,Jesus And Mary Marg,Chanakyapuri New Delhi,011- 24673815,(Auto Rickshaw from DHAULA KUAN Metro Station)
2.Jesus & Mary College,Jesus And Mary Marg, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi,011- 26110041(Auto Rickshaw from DHAULA KUAN Metro Station)

11.JANAKPURI
1.Bharati College,Vidya Marg,(Near C-2 Block) Janakpuri,New Delhi,011- 43273000,(Auto Rickshaw from Janak Puri West Metro Station)

12.NAJAFGARH
1.Bhagini Nivedita College (BNC),Kair Village, Near Najafgarh, New Delhi,011- 28017485 (Bus from NAJAFGARH,Metro presently upto DWARKA mode only)

Other COLLEGES in DELHI UNIVERSITY 
(DU)

1.School of Open Learning(School of Correspondence Courses)
DU North Campus - 5,Cavalry Lane,University of Delhi,Delhi(Auto Rickshaw from Vishwavidyalaya Metro Station)
DU South Campus -Old Moti Lal Nehru College Building,South Moti Bagh(Auto Rickshaw from DHAULA KUAN Metro Station)

2. College of Vocational Studies,Sheikh Sarai Phase II,New Delhi,011- 29256117 (Auto Rickshaw from Malviya Nagar Metro Station)

Other UNIVERSITIES in DELHI

1.Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University(GGSIPU),DWARKA Sector - 16-C,New Delhi,011-25302170 (Rickshaw from Dwarka Sector-14 Metro Station)

2.Ambedkar University, Delhi, Integrated Institute of Technology Campus, Sector 9, Dwarka, New Delhi,011-23863740 (Rickshaw from Dwarka Sector-9 Metro Station)

3.Jawaharlal Nehru University(JNU),Nr.Village Munirka,Qutab Institutional Area, New Delhi,011-26704090 (Auto Rickshaw from DHAULA KUAN Metro Station)

4.Jamia Millia Islamia University,Jamia Nagar,near OKHLA,New Delhi,011- 26981717
5. Indira Gandhi National Open University,Maidan Garhi, IGNOU Road,Near Saket, New Delhi,011- 29571000


Those students from other backgrounds like B.A,B.Com,B.Sc and other basic streams may opt for Post Graduate Diploma or Certificate in Management from various private but recognized institutions.The following are the examples of such courses

1-Year Post Graduate Diploma in
1.Business Management
2.Personnel Management
3.Marketing and Sales Management
4.Brand Management
5.Hospital Administration
6.Financial Management
7.Foreign Exchange Management
8.International Trade
9.Entrepreneurship and Business
10.Construction and Real Estate Management
11.Forex and Treasury Management
12.Banking and Finance
13.Supply Chain and Logistics Management
14.Import and Export Documentation
15.Publishing Business Management
16.Infrastructure Management

1-Year Certificate in Management course like
1.Human Resource Management
2.Financial Management
3.Foreign Exchange Management
4.Sales Management
5.Retail Management
6.International Business
7.International HRM
8.Business Management
9.Brand Management
10.Portfolio Management
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Maharishi Dayanand University,ROHTAK,Haryana..............admissions



AGRICULTURE job opportunities through staff selection commission SSC



STAFF SELECTION BOARD of various states offer jobs through their exams for different state govt run departments such as
1.Agriculture Department -e.g.Agriculture inspector
2.Animal Husbandry and Dairying department
3.Dairy Development Federation -e.g.Procurement Staff 
4.Fisheries Department- e.g.Fisheries Officer
5.Forest Department e.g.Deputy Ranger
6.Seed Development Corporation-e.g.Seed Production Officer
7.Agriculture Marketing Board-e.g.Mandi Supervisor
8.Food and Supplies Department e.g.Inspectors 
9,Irrigation and Water Resources department
10.PWD (B & R) Department- e.g.Supervisor and Junior Engineer
11.Ayush Department
12.Development and Panchayat Department-e.g.Gram Sachiv
13.Economic and Statistical Analysis Department
14.Health Services Department e.g.Health Worker(Male),Nurse,Pharmacist
15.Public Health Engineering Department-e.g.Water pump operator  
15.Higher Education Department -e.g.Librarian 
16.Secondary Education Department 
17.Sports and Youth Education Department 
18.Rajya Sainik Board -e.g.Welfare Organiser
19.Urban Development Authority- e.g.Horticulture and Engineering Staff 
20.Urban Local bodies( like MUNICIPAL CORPORATION) 
21.Town Planning Department 
22.Industrial Training Department-e.g.Placement Officer
23.Audit department-e.g.Auditor
24.Women and Child Welfare Department -e.g.Supervisor(Female)
25.Federation of Consumers Co-operative - e.g.Co-operative Store Staff 
26.Bijli Vitran Nigam(Electricity board) - e.g.Accountant 
27 Warehousing Corporation -e.g.Technical Assistant



SYLLABUS for UG- for B.Sc.(Agri) n Allied Courses !!!!!
SYLLABUS FOR ICAR’S ALL INDIA ENTRANCE EXAMINATION FOR ADMISSION TO BACHELOR DEGREE PROGRAMMES (AIEEA-UG) is available on ICAR website


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