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Name Of The OrganizationAgriculture University Kota ( Au kota )
Name Of The ExaminationRajasthan Joint Entrance Test
Date Of Written Exam12th May 2018
CategoryEntrance Exams
Sub CategoryAgriculture Entrance Exams
Mode of the ExamOffline
Official Websiteaukota2019.blogspot.com

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Name of the TestNo of Questions/ MarksTotal Time
Biology40 Questions/ 160 Marks2 hours (120 minutes)
Agriculture40 Questions/ 160 Marks
Mathematics40 Questions/ 160 Marks
Chemistry40 Questions/ 160 Marks
Physics40 Questions/ 160 Marks
Total Questions/ Marks120 Questions/ 480 Marks
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AGRICULTURE

UNIT – 1

General proficiency and general knowledge in Agriculture: General knowledge 
of the physiographic conditions of Rajasthan. Contribution of major arable crops 
and livestock to state exchequer, major endowments of Rajasthan and relief 
measures provided in the successive plans; Major handicaps to agricultural and 
horticultural production. Elements of climate and weather and their effect on crop 
growth. Agroclimatic zones of Rajasthan. Soil fertility and productivity. Saline and 
alkaline soils, acidic soils and their management. Soil typesof Rajasthan. Soil 
erosion, methods of soil and water conservation. Essential plant nutrients, their 
functions, availability and sources. Importance and types of organic manures and 
fertilizers, nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium fertilizers, straight, mixed and 
compound fertilizers. Methods of fertilizer application. Importance of irrigation in 
crop production, sources of irrigation, water requirement of crops and factors 
affecting it, scheduling of irrigation. Drainage and its importance, types of 
drainage. Characteristics of weeds, classification of weeds, weed- crop 
interference, prevention, control and eradication of weeds, methods of weed 
control. Use of herbicides for weed control in crops. Study of the following crops 
with reference to climate and soil requirements, land preparation, varieties, seed 
treatment, seed rate, time of sowing, fertilizer application, irrigation, intercultural 
operations, plant protection, harvesting and threshing, yield, storage and crop 
rotations keeping in view the agro-climatic conditions of Rajasthan. Cereals -
Paddy, maize, sorghum, pearl millet, wheat and barley.
Pulses - Green gram, cowpea, pigeonpea, black gram, kidney bean, gram and pea. 
Oil seeds - Groundnut, sesame, soybean, mustard, linseed, safflower, sunflower 
and taramira. Cash crop - Sugarcane, potato and tobacco. Fiber crops - Cotton and 
Sunhemp. Fodder crops - Berseem, lucerne, oat, cluster-bean and pearl millet.
Spices - Fenugreek, cumin and coriander. Characteristics of quality seed, seed 
germination and factors affecting it. Seed production-nucleus, foundation and 
certified seeds. Dry farming- importance, characteristics and principles. Crop 
production technology in dry farming areas. Mixed cropping, its types and 
benefits. Crop rotation, its principles and advantages. Tillage: objectives, primary 
and secondary tillage. Sowing methods. Seed treatment, seed dormancy and ways 
to remove it.

UNIT – 2
Importance of fruits and vegetables production, present status and future scope. 
Nursery management, propagation and transplanting of saplings. Selection of site 
and planning for fruit orchard. Different layout systems of orchard. Effect of 
adverse weather conditions like frost, hot, winds, hail, storm, drought, dust storms, 
heavy rainfall and their protective measures. Problems of unfruitfulness and its 
remedial measures. Use of plant growth regulators. Study of following important 
horticultural crops with reference to climate and soil, improved varieties, 
propagation methods, manures & fertilizers, irrigation, harvesting, yield and 
important insect-pest and diseases control: Mango, citrus (orange, lime), guava, 
pomegranate, papaya, ber, datepalm, aonla, tomato, onion, cauliflower, okra, 
cucurbits (melons, bottle gourd) and Rose. Importance, present position and scope 
of fruits and vegetable preservation, principles and methods of fruit preservation. 
Techniques of canning, drying and dehydration. Preparation of Jam, Jelly, 
Ketchup, Squash, pickles and sauce. Cultivation of medicinal plants namely: Safed 
musli, Aswagandha, Aloevera, Jatropha, Senna &Isabgol.

UNIT – 3
Importance of livestock in agriculture, importance of management in dairy animals 
for milk production, habitat, characteristics and utility of following breeds: Cow -
Gir, Tharparkar, Nagori, Rathi, Jersey and Holstein Friesian Buffalo - Murrah, 
Surti and Nili-Ravi Goat - Jamunapari, Barbari, Sirohi, Marwari Sheep - Marwari, 
Chokla, Malpura, Merino, Karakul, Sonadi Poultry Rhode Island Red, White 
Leghorn and hybrids Poultry farming and camel management Judging of cattle and 
determination of age. Types, uses, doses and method of administration of 
following common medicines: Antiseptics - Phenyl, carbolic acid, Potassium 
Permagnate, Lysol. Purgative - Magnesium sulphate, castor oil Simulators -
Alcohol, camphor Anthelminitics - Copper sulphate, phenovis Astringengts -
Tincture of iodine, alum Body massage oil - Terpentine oil. Causes, symptoms, 
treatment and control of following diseases: Rinder pest, Foot and Mouth, Black 
quarter, Anthrax, Haemorraagic septicemia, Tick fiver. Milk production, 
composition of milk and colostrum, clean milk production, milk preservation, milk 
analysis, quality control of milk. Determination of fat, apparent density, acidity and 
separation of cream and equipments required for separation, curd and ghee. 
Cleaning and sterilization of dairy utensils and equipments.

BIOLOGY

SECTION - I BOTANY
UNIT - A
Unity of Life: Structural organization of the cell. Electron Microscopic structure of 
cell. Prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells. Plant and animal cells. Cell organelles and their functions-nucleus (including DNA and RNA structure), mitochondria, 
chloroplast, endoplasmic reticulum, golgi complex, lysosomes, microbodies, 
microfilaments, ribosomes, centriole, cell wall, cilia and flagella, vacuoles, cell 
inclusions-starch grains, mineral crystals. Cell division : amitosis, mitosis and 
meiosis. Comparison of mitosis and meiosis. Significance of meiosis, cell cycle. 
Continuity of Life: Mendel’s experiments with pea and the reasons for his 
success. Mendel’s laws of inheritance, Mono and dihybrid crosses. Chromosome 
structure and morphology, chromosomes and genes, chromosome hypothesis. 
Linkages and crossing over. Mutations. Sex determination, genetic code, 
transcription and translation.
Plant Physiology: (i) Plant water relation, semi permeable membranes, osmosis, 
diffusion, diffusion pressure deficit (DPD), water potential, plasmolysis. 
Transpiration-types, factors affecting rate of transpiration. Guttation. Absorption of 
water, root as organ for absorption. Active and passive absorption of water and 
minerals. (ii) Ascent of sap, path of ascent of sap, theories explaining ascent of sap 
(iii) Mineral nutrition-role of minerals in plant growth, macro and micro elements 
for plant growth, trace elements. (iv) Enzymes-introduction, enzymes as bio-
catalysts, nature, classification and mode of enzyme action. (v) Respiration-
definition, comparison of respiration and fire. Types of respiration-aerobic, 
anaerobic and fermentation processes. Respiratory substrate, respiratory quotient, 
respiration sites. Mechanism of aerobic and anaerobic respiration. Glycolysis, Kreb 
cycle and alcoholic fermentation, Electron transport chain and Oxidative 
phosphorylation. Energy yield (Kilo calories). Factors affecting respiration. (vi) 
Photosynthesis-definition, role of water, chlorophyll and carbon-di-oxide. Light 
and dark reactions, photophosphorylation, Hill reaction, Red drop, two pigment 
system, Calvin cycle, Photorespiration, chemosynthesis (brief account). Factors 
affecting photosynthesis. (vii) Growth-definition, phases of growth, plant 
hormones (Auxins, Gibberellins, Cytokinin and ethylene) and growth regulation,
action on various physiological processes. Factors affecting growth. (viii) 
Vernalization and Photoperiodism. (ix) Plant movements : a brief account of 
various types of plant movements with suitable examples.
UNIT – B
Environmental Biology: Definition of ecology and environment. Environmental 
factors climatic, edaphic and biotic. Plant communities and their characteristics 
(Density, frequency and abundance), Plant adaptations in relation to water-
xerophytes, mesophytes, hydrophytes etc. Interaction between environment and 
organism, Ecosystem concept, trophic levels producers, consumers, decomposers. 
Food chain and food web. Ecological pyramids, Environmental Pollution-air and water sources and major pollutants, their effects and methods of control of 
pollution including nuclear fallout and waste disposal. Noise pollution-sources and 
effects. Natural resources and their conservation, waste land their improvement 
and forest conservation. Causes for the extinction of wild life. Conservation of 
wild life and concept of endangered species(Red data book). Indian examples.
UNIT – C
Botany and Human Welfare: Domestication of plants-historical account, 
improvement of crop plants-Plant breeding and plant introduction. Use of bio-
fertilizers, economic and ecological aspects. Use of pesticides : advantages and 
hazards, Economic botany (Botanical name, family, plant parts used and uses) of 
the following:
Cereals - Wheat and rice
Millets - Bajra, jowar
Pulses - Gram, urd and mung
Fibres - Cotton and sunnhemp
Oil seeds - Groundnut, rapeseed & mustard and castor
Sugar - Sugarcane
Fruits - Mango and banana
Medicinal plants- Guggal, serpgandha, belladonna, opium and isabgol.
Section – II: Zoology
(A) Invertebrates
(1) Description of animals and their economical importance with special reference 
to Agriculture;
(i) Protozoa – Amoeba
(ii) Helminthes – Soil Nematode
(iii) Annelida – Earthworm
(iv) Platy helminthes – Liver fluke
(v) Mollusca – Snail & Slug
(vi) Arthropoda (various classes)
(a) Arachnida – Mites (b) Crustacea – Prawns, Lobsters
(c) Diplopoda – Millipede (d) Chilopoda – Centipedes
(e) Insecta – Cockroach
(2) Important insects of crops and storage (General introduction, importance, host 
plants, losses, life cycle and their control).
(i) Red hairy caterpillar
(ii) White grub
(iii) Termites
(iv) Locust
(v) Pod borers
(vi) Khapra beetle
(3) Methods of insect control (Insect control: General introduction)
(i) Physical and mechanical control
(ii) Cultural control
(iii) Chemical control (pesticides, insecticide formulation, classification of 
insecticides, miticides, nematicides, rodenticides) and safe use of chemicals
(iv) Bio-control (Natural enemies of insects: Predators and parasitoids, pheromone 
traps, Trichoderma, NPV, botanical Insecticides.
(v) Integrated pest management
(vi) Sprayers and Dusters
(B) Vertebrates
(i) Nutrition in animals – Nutritive elements of food, energy yielding chemicals, 
minerals and vitamins, balance diet.
(ii) Respiration in animals – Gaseous exchange.
(iii) Circulation in animals – Blood – Composition, Blood groups, Rh-factor, 
Blood coagulation.
(iv) Reproductive system – male and female reproductive system.
(v) Reproduction & development
(a) Asexual & sexual reproduction in animals
(b) Gametogenesis: Spermatogenesis, structure of sperm, oogenesis and type of 
Ovum, female reproductive cycle
(c) Fertilization: External and internal fertilization.
(d) Mechanism of fertilization.


CHEMISTRY
UNIT - A
Structure of Atom: Development of Classical model of an atom: (i) Bohr’s model 
of atom: Calculation of radius of Bohr’s orbit and energy of an electron, (ii) Dual 
nature of matter and radiation: Quantization of electronic energy levels. Spectral 
evidence for quantization, (iii) Sommerfield’s extension (no mathematical 
treatment), (iv) De-Broglie’s Relationship, (v) Uncertainty Principle, (vi) Orbitals 
and quantum numbers : Shapes of orbitals, spatial distribution of atomic orbitals, 
(vii) Distribution of extra nuclear electrons, Aufbau principle, Pauli’s exclusion 
principle, Hund’s rule, n+l Rule, variation in relative energies of orbitals with 
increase in atomic number, electronic configuration of elements (s, p, d, f, block 
elements). Stability of half-filled and completely filled orbitals.

Periodic Table and Periodicity in Properties: (i) Electronic configuration and 
periodic Table: The long form of periodic table and s, p, d, f, block elements. 
Advantages over Mendeleev’s periodic table, (ii) Electronic configuration and 
Periodicity in properties, periodic perspectives, (iii) Detailed study of periodicity in 
physical and chemical properties with special reference to: Density, Melting and 
boiling points of elements. Atomic and ionic radii, Ionization potential, Electron 
affinity. Electro negativity, variation of effective nuclear charge in a period, 
metallic character, diagonal relationship.
Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure: (i) Lewis structure – Octet rule and 
its limitations, (ii) ionic bond: Characteristics of ionic compounds, Solubility of 
ionic compounds, (iii) Covalent bond, introductory concept of over-lapping of 
orbitals and bonds, valence bond theory: Characteristics of covalent compounds. 
Coordinate bond, partial covalent character in ionic bond, partial ionic character in 
covalent bond. Fajan’s rule, Polarities of covalent molecules, (iv) Bond length, 
bond angle and bond-energy general consideration, (v) Hybridization of orbitals 
illustrated with example of compounds of first and second row elements in 
periodic table: Shapes of common molecules – VSEPR Theory, (vi) Hydrogen 
bond , (vii) Vander Waals forces of attraction. 
Redox reaction: (i) Concept of formal charge on ions, (ii) Oxidation number, (iii) 
Oxidation reduction electron transfer concept with examples, (iv) Redox reaction-
examples, (v) Balancing of equations by ion-electron method.
Chemical Equilibrium: (i) Concept of reversibility equilibrium constant, (ii) Law 
of mass action generalized
expression, (iii) Experimental method for verification of the law of mass action. 
Factors affecting equilibrium (concentration, pressure, temperature), (iv) 
Application to systems such as N2 + 3H2 ↔ 2NH3, PCl5 ↔ PCl3 + Cl2, N2 + O2 
↔ 2NO (v) Le Chatelier’s Principle-Application.
Chemical Kinetics: (i) Rate of a reaction, (ii) Instantaneous rate of a reaction and 
order of reaction (Zero and I order), (iii) Factors affecting the rate of reaction, 
concentration of reactant molecule, effect of temperature on the reaction rate, 
concept of activation energy, Catalysis, (iv) Effect of light on rate of reaction, (v) 
How fast are chemical reactions?
Ionic Equilibria: (i) Electrolytes and non-electrolytes, (ii) Arrhenius theory: 
Evidence in favour of dissociation theory, (iii) Ionic product of water, (iv) 
Hydrolysis, degree of hydrolysis, hydrolysis constant, (v) Relation between 
Hydrolysis constant, Ionic product of water and dissociation constant, (vi) 
Common ion effect, (vii) Solubility product and its application to qualitative 
analysis.
Acids and Bases: (i) Hydrogen and hydroxyl ion in aqueous solution, (ii) 
Bronsted-Lowey concept of acids and bases, (iii) Lewis concept (iv) Dissociation 
of acids, (v) pH value, (vi) Buffer solutions, (vii) Theory of indicators of acid-
alkali titrations, (viii) Choice of indicators.
Energetics: (i) Energy changes during a chemical reaction, (ii) Internal energy and 
enthalpy (Internal energy, enthalpy and enthalpy change. Origin of enthalpy 
change in a reaction, Hess’s law of constant heat summation), (iii) Heats of 
reactions (Heat of neutralization, heat of combustion, heat of fusion and 
vaporization), (iv) What decides the direction of spontaneous change in a chemical 
reaction (an elementary idea of entropy and free energy change).
UNIT – B
Colloidal State of Matter: (i) Crystalloid and colloids, (ii) Classification of 
colloids : Emulsion, Preparation of colloids, Lyophilic and lyophobic colloids, (iii) 
Properties: Electrophoresis, Dialysis, Tyndall phenomenon, Brownian movement, 
Coagulation-Hardy and Schulze’s law, Peptisation, Absorption, Applications.
Metals: (i) Nature of metallic state : Structural packing of atom in metals. Metallic 
Bond-Valence bond concept, (ii) Occurrence of metals in nature, (iii) General 
principles of metallurgy: Activity series of metals, Standard Electrode Potential, 
Metallurgical Processes, (iv) Extraction of metals : Copper, silver, Aluminum and 
iron. 
‘s’- Block elements: (i) General characteristics, (ii) Trends in variation of 
properties in periodic table of alkali and alkaline earth metals, (iii) General 
principles of extraction of the elements, (iv) General chemistry of their 
compounds.
d-Block elements: (i) General characteristics, (ii) Elementary idea about para 
magnetism and diamagnetism, (iii) Different oxidation states, (iv) Chemistry of 
transition elements as illustrated by different oxidation states of the following 
metals : Silver, Gold, Chromium, Manganese and Iron. 
Note: Numerical problems on principles involved in topics included in syllabus 
and on the volumetric exercises would be set.
UNIT – C
Valency of carbon and Hybridisation: (i) Tetra-Valency of carbon atom, Kekule, 
Vant-Hoff and Le-Bell theories, (ii) Orbital representation of covalent bond, 
multiple bonding (sigma bond: Pi bond), (iii) Hybridization (sp, sp2, sp3 
Hybridization), (iv) Orbital structure of acetylene, ethyhlene and methane, (v) 
Concept of bond length, bond strength and bond angle, (vi) Electronegetivity

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