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Bsc agriculture entrance exam

Agricultural exams are held at national, state and university level to grant admission to the candidates in various undergraduate and postgraduate agricultural programmes in Indian agricultural universities. At the national level, ICAR is conducted and AGRICET, CG PAT, JCECE, MP PAT are conducted at the state level. The courses offered in agriculture have a great scope. They deal with food production, horticulture, rural economy and development, environmental health etc.......  National Level Agricultural Entrance Exams Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR)  –  AIEEA UG  |  AIEEA PG  |  AICE SRF/JRF (PGS) State Level Agriculture Entrance Exams Andhra Pradesh AP Engineering, Agriculture and Medical Common Entrance Test (EAMCET) AGRICET Chhattisgarh CG Pre Agriculture Test (PAT) Indira Gandhi Agricultural University (IGKV) CET Jharkhand Jharkhand Combined Entrance Competitive Examination (JCECE) Maharashtra MCAER Common Entrance Test (CET) Madhya Pradesh MP Pre Agriculture Test
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BSc Agriculture Subjects

Hello Friends welcome to Agri Buddy in this video we will talk about  BSc agriculture Subjects....  So if you haven't Subscribe our channel yet plz subscribe to Agri Buddy..  Let's start this video ....  The basic BSc Agriculture subjects are designed in such a way that students grasp all the knowledge related to agriculture and environmental science. The course has specializations like majoring in Animal Science, Plant Protection, Soil Science, Genetics and Breeding or Agricultural Engineering. Some of the common subjects that are included in the BSc Agriculture course curriculum: Principles of Crop Production   Definition and scope of Agronomy, Classification of Crops on Different basis, General principles of Crop production : Climate, soil and its preparation, seed and seed sowing, post-sowing tillage, water management, nutrition, plant protection measures, harvesting, threshing and storage, Crop sequences and systems with emphasis on mixed cropping and inter cropping, etc.

General agriculture Quiz

General Agriculture quiz Q-1 ______ is the first National Park of the world.  a- Yellow Stone Park b- Hailey National Park c-  Kaziranga National Park d- None of these Ans - Yellow Stone Park is the first National Park of the world established in 1872 in America.  Hailey National Park now known as Jim Corbett is the First national park of India established in 1936. Q-2 International Plant Genetic Resource Institute ( IPGRI) is located at 1-Rome ,Italy  2-China  3-Delhi, India 4-None of these Ans - Rome, Italy Note - National bureau of Plant genetic resource is located at New Delhi. Q-3 Coffee rust is caused by?  1- Uromyces hobsoni 2- Hemileia vastatrix 3-  Cronartium ribicola 4- Ravenelia emblicae Ans -Hemileia vastatrix Q-4 Loss of electron is known as 1- Oxidation 2- Reduction 3- Catalysis 4-  Hydrolysis Ans - Oxidation Q-5 Burning Quality of Tobacco decreased due to?  1- Phosphorus  2- Potassium 3- Chloride 4- Sulphate Ans- Chloride Q-6 All India coordinated  Maize improvement proj

bsc agriculture

  BSc Agriculture Eligibility, Admission, Entrance Exams, Colleges, Salary, Scope  BSc Agriculture is a 4 year undergraduate course that primarily focuses on research and practices in agricultural science, dealing with disciplines like Genetics and Plant Breeding, Agricultural Microbiology, Soil Science, Plant Pathology, etc. It is a professional degree recognized by the Government of India in the field of agricultural science. This course aims to provide training to implement modern agricultural techniques and technologies in the real world scenario. BSc Agriculture Eligibility Students who wish to study this course should have  Completion of Intermediate (12 years of school education) in Science stream. Physics, Chemistry, Biology and/or Mathematics as the subjects of study. Apart from this, candidates possessing Intermediate in Agriculture stream (limited states) are also eligible to apply for the course. The admission is either done on the basis of Merit and Direct Interview or thr

Seed Technology questions

Question 1- The seed Act' was passed in which year? 1944 1954 1966 1970 Ans  - 1966 Question 2  - Purity percentage of foundation seed? 99.5% 98% 95% 97% Ans - 99.5 % Question 3 -National Seed Research & Training (NSRTC) is located at  ?  Lucknow  Dehradun Varanasi Bhopal Ans - Varanasi Question 4 - Tag Colour of Registered Seed Opal Green Purple Golden Yellow White Answer - Purple Question 5 -Tag Colour of Breeder Seed?  Opal Green Purple Golden Yellow White Answer- Golden yellow Question-6 Impurity percentage of Seed is called  as ?  Impurity Blockage Dockage Inert Answer - Dockage Question 7-Tag Colour of  Foundation Seed ?  Opal Green Purple Golden Yellow White Answer - White Question 8-Tag Colour of  Truthfully labelled Seed?  Opal Green Purple Golden Yellow White Ans - Opal Green Question 9 - Objectionable weed of wheat? Argemone mexicona Convolvulus arvensis Oryza sativa Chicorum intybus Ans- Convolvulus arvensis Question 10 -Purity percentage of

Topic included (lac insect/species, host plant, biology, enemies (vertebrates’ insect, predators, parasites) and their control (mechanical, chemical, microbial, biological) and lac cultivation

Topic included (lac insect/species, host plant, biology, enemies (vertebrates’ insect, predators, parasites) and their control (mechanical, chemical, microbial, biological) and lac cultivation.  Taxonomy Phylum: Arthropoda Sub-phylum: Uniramia Class: Hexapoda/lnsecta Family: Kerriidae Superfamily: Coccoidea Genus: Kerria   Species: lacca  Lac is a natural resin of animal origin. It is secreted by an insect, known as lac-insect in order to obtain lac, these insects are cultured and the technique is called lac-culture. It involves proper care of host plants, regular pruning of host plants, propagation, collection and processing of lac. Lac insects under the genus Kerria are generally bi-voltine with two broods in a year. But few species like K. lacca mysorensis (host plant-Sal), and K. sharda (host plant-Kusum) are tri-voltine having three broods in a year. Again, species belonging to the genus Paratachardia (host plants-Tea, Sandal, etc.,) are all univoltine.  Host plant Po

DDA (SO) Horticulture Officer previous year questions

Which Garden is considered  as  Genesis of Gardening?  1- Brindavan 2- Eden  3- Osaka 4- Hampshire Ans - Eden Garden Which is the most commonly used shrub for making Topiary  ? 1- Cassia glauca 2- Poinsettia pulcherima 3- Clerodendron inerme 4- None of these Answer- Clerodendron inerme Ques: Which mode of indoor gardening was developed by Dr. Nathaniel Ward? a) Jar and Bottle gardening b) Terrariums c)Gardening in tubs and urns d) Hanging basket gardening Ans - Terrariums Ques: Wild garden was expounded by William Robinson in - a) 19th century b) 18th century c) 20th century d) 17th century Ans-19th Century Ques: Running water in the form of water lantern and fountain is the   main feature of  ?  a ) Japanese garden b) Mughal garden c)English garden d) Italian garden Ans - Mughal Garden Common name of Vinca rosea ?  1- Ice Plant 2-Euphorbia 3- Sadabahar 4-None ot these Ans - Sadabahar Ques- Based on the market value Flowers can be classified as  ?  1- Annual Flower 2