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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

BSc Agriculture Subjects

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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.

Fundamentals of Soil Science Definition of Soil, Components of Soil and their role in agriculture, Soil forming rocks and minerals, Development of Soil profile, Soil formation, factors affecting soil formation, soil forming processes, Soil reaction and its measurements and significance, Physical properties of soil, and their significance, Chemical properties of soil, cation and anion exchange phenomenon and their importance in agriculture, etc.

Elements of Genetics

Definition, significance and historical development in genetics, Mendel’s Laws of heredity, Cell division, meiosis and mitosis, Chromosomal theory of inheritance, Linkage and crossing over-types, mechanism and significance, Nucleic acid as genetic material-structure and replication, Mutation-spontaneous and induced, etc.

Agricultural Meteorology

Different meteorological variables related to agriculture, Rainfall- Hydrologic cycle and it’s components, Types and forms of precipitation, Humidity, definition, windvane, Anemo-meter, Indian Agro Climatic Zones Elementary idea of weather forecasting, etc.

Elementary Crop Physiology Role of plant physiology in agriculture, Cell structure and function, Bio-Physico-chemical phenomenon-diffusion, osmosis plasmolysis and imbibitions, Absorption of water and mineral salts, Photosynthesis - light and dark reactions, etc.

Introductory Plant Physiology Definition and importance of plant pathology, Causes of plant diseases, Classification of plant diseases according to cause and occurrence, Plant Pathogens, Different types of spores, Levels of parasitism, etc.

Principles of Plant Breeding Plant Breeding-history, objectives and scope, Mode of reproduction in crop plants in relation to breeding techniques, Plant variation kind and causes, Genetic consequences of self and cross pollinated crops, etc.

Livestock Production and Management Importance of livestock in Agriculture, Breeds, and Breeding methods of livestock and their consequences, Pasture management, Importance of scientific Feeding, etc.

Introduction to Plant Biotechnology Definition scope and importance of plant biotechnology, Plant tissue culture, Cloning vectors for recombinant DNA, Application of plant genetic engineering in crop improvement, etc.

Other than this, the other common subjects are Weed Management, Crop Diseases, Soil Microbiology, Soil Fertilizers, Horticulture, Silviculture and AgroForestry, Agricultural Economics, Seed Production Technology, Post Harvest Engineering etc.


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