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Rajasthan pre pg exam 2020 exam date and schedule : 

Date of Rajasthan pre pg agriculture exam 2020 - 7 June 2020

Written examination will be conducted as per schedule from 11.00 AM to 1:00 PM.

Candidate should report to the examination centre : 10:00 AM

No candidate will be permitted after : 10:45AM

Commencement of the examination : 11:00 AM

Candidate will not be allowed to leave the examination hall before : 01:00 PM

NOTE: Information regarding college wise number of seats, filling of option form etc. for seeking admission will be displayed after declaration of result.

Rajasthan pre pg Agriculture exam pattern 2020:

 No. of questions

1. Agronomy = 10
2. Plant Breeding and Genetics = 10
3. Soil Science and Agricultural Chemistry = 10
4. Plant Pathology + Nematology = 10
5. Horticulture = 10
6. Forestry = 10
7. Entomology = 09
8. Biochemistry/ Biotechnology + Plant Physiology = 09
9. Extension Education = 09
10. Agricultural Economics + Agricultural Statistics = 08
11. Animal Husbandry = 05

Rajasthan pre pg exam 2019 syllabus and old exam paper

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA FOR ADMISSION in Rajasthan pre Pg exam 2019 :

A candidate must ensure that he/she is eligible for admission to various courses before filling the online
application form for Pre-PG. If a non-eligible candidate is admitted due to any reason, then the
admission of such candidate will be cancelled as soon as the mistake is detected even at later stage.
Various eligibility criteria for admission through Pre-PG are as under:

EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATION For Rajasthan Pre Pg agriculture Entrance Exam 2019 :

The candidates who have passed the B.Sc. Ag., B.Sc. Horticulture, B.Sc. Forestry honours are eligible for Pre-PG Ag., B.Sc. Home Science/CS honours for Pre-PG Home Science/CS and B.F.Sc. for Pre-PG Fisheries science from any recognized university.
A candidate must have secured at least 55% marks or equaling OGPA in the aforesaid examinations. A relaxation of 5% marks would be allowed to candidate belonging to SC/ST/OBC (Non creamy layer)/SBC (Non creamy layer) category. The candidates taking the advantage of 5% relaxation
will not be considered in UR category. Degree/ Provisional degree certificate is essential at the time of filling the option form.
Candidates who have appeared at any of the aforesaid qualifying examinations and whose results have not been declared before the commencement of the Pre-PG shall provisionally be allowed to appear in the examination. The result of the examinations i.e. PDC is essential at the time of filling the option form.

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Eligibility requirements for Rajasthan pre pg agriculture entrance exam 2019 for admission in m.sc. agriculture

The Examination is open to the candidates of Rajasthan domicile only or a candidate must fulfill the following conditions for admission:
The candidate must have studied for the last three years in the qualifying examination
continuously as a regular student in recognized institution in Rajasthan i.e. passed 10th and 10+2 (in the qualifying subjects) from Rajasthan.
Natural Father/Mother of the candidate has been continuously residing in Rajasthan for a period of last 10 years and the candidate has studied for at least 5 years during this period in the recognized
educational institution in Rajasthan.

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Syllabus Of Rajasthan Pre Pg exam agriculture exam 2020 : 

Objective of such entrance test is to select the best therefore no syllabus can be prescribed
however a broad outline is given as follows:

1. Agronomy:

Agro-climatic zones of India and Rajasthan, adaptation and distribution of crops. Weather and climate.
Basics of weather forecasting. Modern concepts of tillage. Management of crop residue, soil organic
matter, bio-fertilizers, green manuring, oil cakes, fertilizers. Consumption of straight and complex
fertilizers, foliar application. Plant nutrients: occurrence, cycling in soils and their availability. INM concept and vermi-compositing. Cropping and farming systems. Sustainable agriculture: concept and details. Organic farming: principles, objectives, certification, labelling and accreditation process. Water resources of India and Rajasthan. Methods of irrigation. Irrigation efficiencies. Water management in crops. Quality of irrigation water. Agricultural drainage: methods. Dry land agriculture in India and Rajasthan. Concept, importance, objectives and benefits of watershed. Agronomy of important crops of kharif, rabi and zaid seasons of Rajasthan. Weed biology and ecology, crop-weed association. Problem of weeds in Rajasthan and their physical, cultural, biological and chemical control. Integrated weed management. Herbicide selectivity. Adjuvants. 

2. Plant Breeding and Genetics:

Variation – its causes and importance. Pollination and fertilization. Cell structure and division. Mendal and his work. Gene interactions. Multiple alleles and blood groups. Linkage, crossing over and mapping of chromosomes. Gene mutations, chromosomal aberrations, polyploidy and their role in crop improvement. Cytoplasmic and chromosomal inheritance. Sterility and incompatibility and their application in plant breeding. Heterosis and its exploitation for crop improvement. Germplasm
conservation and exploitation. Breeding methods of self, cross and vegetatively propagated crops. Breeding for biotic and abiotic stresses. Application of genetic engineering and biotechnology in crop
improvement. Seed, its types and classes. Seed certification: principles and procedures. Minimum seed certification standards. Seed production of important field crops.

3. Soil Science and Agricultural Chemistry:

Soil as a medium for plant growth, soil composition, formation, profile, rocks and minerals. Soil survey, classification and Remotesensing. Physical properties of soil-texture, structure, soil moisture, air and temperature in relation to plantgrowth. Chemical properties of soil-clay minerals, organic and inorganic colloids, cation exchange phenomenon.Soil reaction and buffering capacity. Soil erosion, conservation.
Problematic soils. Essential nutrients, their functions, deficiency symptoms and their availability. Soil
fertility evaluation, nutrient recommendations. Manures and fertilizers.

4. Plant Pathology:

Importance of microbes and plant pathology in agriculture. Micro-organisms (Fungi & bacteria) and
their classification, nutrition, growth and reproduction. Host-pathogen relationship. Morphology,
reproduction, nutrition and nomenclature of fungi. Classification of plant pathogenic fungi.
Symptomology, disease cycle. Important disease and their management- cereals, pulses, oil seeds, fruits, vegetables, spices, medicinal and aromatic, forest plant and cash crops. Integrated disease management and principles of plant disease control and noval approaches for disease management.

5. Nematology:

Introduction and brief history of plant parasitic nematodes, their morphological structure, biology,
ecology and various physiological process. Symptomatology and nematode diseases with special
reference to root-knot, reniform, citrus, ear cockle, tundu and molya and their management.
Interaction of plant parasitic nematodes with other micro-organisms like fungi, bacteria and
viruses, etc.

6. Horticulture:

Floriculture- History of ornamental gardening, garden styles, garden features and important
commercial cut flowers and loose flowers cultivation. Uses of ornamental annuals, trees, shrubs and
climbers. Vegetables- importance in human diet, type of farming and classification. Raising of seedling in nursery and pro-tray. Cultivation of important vegetables. Pomology- Selection of site, preparation and layout of orchard, planting system. Principles of fruit production, propagation,
cultivation of important fruits of Rajasthan. Methods of preparation of juices, squashes, jams,
jellies and marmalades, preserves, squashes and pickles, canning and dehydration of fruits and
vegetables. Seed spices – production technology. Important medicinal and aromatic plants of Rajasthan.

7. Forestry :

Status of forests in India and Rajasthan. Forest: importance, types, classification, ecosystem, biotic
and abiotic components, ecological succession and climax. nursery and planting technique,
social forestry, farm forestry, urban forestry, community forestry, forest management, sivlicultural
practices, forest mensuration, natural regeneration, man-made plantations, shifting cultivation, taungya, dendrology, hardwoods, softwoods, pulpwoods, fuelwoods, multipurpose, tree species, wasteland management. Agroforestry – importance and land use system, forest soils, classification and conservation, watershed management, forest genetics and biotechnology and tree improvement, tree seed technology, rangelands, wildlife- importance, abuse, depletion, management , major and minor forest products including medicinal and aromatic plants, forest inventory, aerial photo interpretation and remote sensing, forest depletion and degradation – importance and impact on environment, global warming, role of forests and trees in climate mitigation, tree diseases , wood decay and discolorations, tree pests, integrated pest and disease management, biological and chemical wood preservation, forest conservation, Indian and Rajasthan State forest policies and acts, forest
economics, joint forest management and tribology.

8. Entomology:

Animal kingdom- Classification and nomenclature. Economic importance of Arthropods, insects and
mites in particular. Management of insect-pest and mites in agriculture. Ecosystem and wild life preservation. Insect dominance. Anatomy and morphology of grass hopper. Insect reproduction and development; identification. Lac culture, sericulture and apiculture. Physical, mechanical, cultural, chemical, biological, legal and other modern approaches of insect pest management.

9. Biochemistry/ Biotechnology:

Chemistry of carbohydrates, lipids, proteins and phyto-hormones. Chemistry of Nucleic acids and their functions. Outlines of metabolism of carbohydrate, lipid and protein. General characteristics of
enzymes, coenzymes and secondary metaboliets terpenoids, alkaloids and phenolics. Brief out lines of plant tissue culture and plant biotechnology. Molecular markers and their application in Agriculture.

10. Plant Physiology:

Cell, physiological functions of cell organelles, plant water relations, photosynthesis and photorespiration. Respiration. Inorganic plant nutrition, physiology of flowering, Photoperiodism. Physiology of growth, PGRs and their role. Biosynthesis and physiological response of PGRs. Seed development, germination and dormancy. Crop production in relation to stress.

11. Extension Education:

Extension Education- Definition, objectives and principles. Rural sociology: Meaning, definition, scope, social control and social change. Rural institutions- caste and family, rural leadership.
Teaching-learning process. A.V. aids, teaching methods and their use in different situations. Programme planning and evaluation in extension education. Communication process and its elements. Diffusion and adoption of agriculture innovations. Pre-independence extension programmes in India: Gurgoan, Marthandam, Shriniketan and Sewagram projects. Developmental programmes and institutions- IRDP,CD, NES, Punchayati Raj System, T & V system, NATP, PMRY, Swarn Jayanti Gram Swarojgar Yojna, KVK, ATIC, IVLP and ATMA. Entrepreneurship development: concept and meaning. Government schemes and incentives for promotion of entrepreneurship. Contract farming and joint ventures, public private partnership.

12. Agricultural Economics:

Meaning of utility, factors of production and their characteristics. Classical production function and law of diminishing returns. Factors affecting demand and supply. Price determination. Concept of elasticity and its measurement. Agricultural finance. Credit and credit institution. Agricultural cooperation. Nature and problems of agricultural marketing and prices. Regulated market. Marketing channels and price spread. Cooperative marketing. Nationalization of commercial banks. Economic
principles of farm management, financial tools of farm management and farm planning and budgeting. Risk and uncertainty in agriculture. Importance of agri-business in Indian Economy. Discounted and undiscounted methods of project analysis. Marketing management.

13. Agricultural Statistics:

Meaning and scope of statistics. Data summarization. Measures of central tendency and dispersion.
Elementary idea of correlation and regression. Tests of significance. Field experimentation.
Analysis of variance and its application in basic design of experiments

14. Animal Husbandry:

Importance of Livestock and poultry in national economy. Cattle management and housing of cattle,
buffalo, sheep, goat, poultry and camel. Prevention and control of common livestock diseases.
Classification of feeding stuff and computation of balanced ration. Important breeds of farm animals
and poultry. Methods and systems of breeding. Principles and methods of selection. Purchase of dairy
animals. Infertility and sterility, their causes and prevention. Hatching, brooding and feeding
management in poultry. Hay and silage making.

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