NTA ICAR AICE JRF/SRF 2020: Registration, Exam Date, Courses, Syllabus, Official Website, Eligibility

Exam Date : September 23, 2020

NTA conducts an entrance exam called ICAR JRF/SRF in July every year. ICAR scores are accepted in all top universities across India. ICAR aspirants can register for the exam from March 1, 2020 to July 15, 2020. ICAR JRF/SRF is an exam conducted by ICAR for Junior Research Fellowship and Senior Research Fellowship. It is basically for the scholars fascinated with research.

Latest Update:

  • September 10, 2020: The admit card for the ICAR JRF/SRF 2020 Exam was released. Click here for the direct link to log in and download the admit card.
  • September 4, 2020: The ICAR JRF/SRF 2020 Exam will be conducted on September 23, 2020. The Admit Card for the same will be released around 10 days before the examination.
  • The facility to rectify image discrepancies in the ICAR JRF/SRF 2020 Application Form is open now.


What is ICAR 2020?

ICAR stands for the Indian Council of Agricultural Research. The ICAR has its headquarters in Delhi. Some fixed percentage of seats are reserved in ICAR affiliated agricultural universities through ICAR JRF/SRF 2020 exam only and ICAR provides a scholarship to the students as per the courses as well. The Council is the apex body for coordinating, guiding, and managing research and education in agriculture including horticulture, fisheries, and animal sciences in the entire country.

  • Universities Under ICAR: ICAR-AU system with a total of 75 Agricultural Universities (AUs) comprising of:
    • 64 State Agricultural, Veterinary, Horticulture, and Fisheries Universities
    • 3 Central Agricultural Universities (CAU Imphal; DR.RPCAU Pusa and RLBCAU, Jhansi)
    • 5 Deemed Universities (DUs)
    • 4 Central Universities (BHU, AMU, Viswa Bharati, and Nagaland University) awarding various kinds of degrees in different disciplines of agricultural, veterinary, and allied sciences.

What is ICAR AICE-JRF/SRF (PGS) 2020 Exam?

ICAR JRF/SRF 2020 is conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA). This exam is conducted for admission in Doctoral programs of Ph.D. for the award of JRF/SRF(PGS). Percentage of seats reserved in Universities: 25% of seats are reserved through AICE-JRF/SRF(PGS) 2020 in agricultural universities under the ICAR-AU system. 100% seats are reserved at Dr.RP CAU Pusa through AICE-JRF/SRF(PGS) 2020 for academic session 2018-19. Scholarships: Student who gets admission through AICE-JRF/SRF(PGS) 2020 will get a scholarship named as SRF/JRF(PGS). There will be an online exam (CBT- Computer Based Test) and online counseling only. The following are the details of the scholarship provided to students who secure the scholarship:

  • Postgraduates other than in Veterinary Science will get a scholarship of INR 15,000/- p.m. (fixed) for 1st & 2nd year and ₹17,500/- p.m. (fixed) for the 3rd year.
  • Postgraduates in Veterinary Science will get a scholarship of ₹17,500/- p.m. (fixed) for 1st & 2nd year and ₹ 18,750/- p.m. (fixed) for the 3rd year.
  • A Contingent grant of Rs. 10,000/- per year for procurement of essential chemicals, books, and travel connected with research work will be uniformly paid to all the awardees.

Given below are the highlights of the exam.

ICAR AICE JRF/SRF 2020 Exam Highlights
Exam Name All India Competitive Examination-Junior Research Fellow/Senior Research Fellow
Acronym ICAR AICE-JRF/SRF (PGS) 2020
Conducting body of AICE-JRF/SRF (PGS) 2020 ICAR (Indian Council of Agricultural Research)
AICE-JRF/SRF (PGS) 2020 Course Doctorate (Ph.D.)
Programs Agricultural, Veterinary, and Allied Sciences
AICE-JRF/SRF (PGS) 2020 Exam Level National level
Mode of Examination Online (Computer-based Test)
Exam Medium English
Exam Duration 3 hours
Marking scheme Correct answer: (+1) marks, Negative marking-wrong answer: (-0.25) marks
Maximum marks 120 marks
ICAR Helpline +91- 7835097766/67/68/69

ICAR JRF/SRF 2020 Exam Date

The ICAR JRF/SRF 2020 will be conducted in online mode only. The candidates who satisfy the ICAR Eligibility can apply for the exam. The ICAR JRF/SRF Application form will be available on the official website of the conducting Authority. Visit this section for regular updates.

The ICAR JRF/SRF 2020 Exam dates are announced by the Conducting officials. Below mentioned are some of the important dates of events related to the ICAR JRF/SRF Exam:

ICAR JRF/SRF 2020 Exam Dates
Events Dates
Availability of Application Form March 1, 2020
Last date to submit the Application Form July 15, 2020
Admit Card September 10, 2020
Exam Date September 23, 2020
Results To be announced
Counseling To be announced

ICAR JRF/SRF 2020 Eligibility Criteria

The candidate should make sure that they fulfill the eligibility criteria set for ICAR AICE SRF/JRF (PGS), before submitting the online form. Given below are the eligibility criteria to acquire the JRF/SRF (PGS) program seat:

Educational Qualifications:

Applicants must be Indian Nationals who have passed their Master's Degree program with a minimum of overall Grade Point Average (OGPA) from any recognized university in India in order to be considered for the AICE SRF/JRF (PGS). Candidates with a Bachelor's degree of 3 years, if already enrolled for a Master's degree may seek admission in Ph.D. in respective ICAR-DU according to prescribed eligibility criteria.


Applicants must be at least 20 years of age as on July 01, of the year of admission. There is no relaxation allowed in the case of a minimum age limit for any category. Also, there is no prescribed upper age limit.

ICAR JRF/SRF 2020 Syllabus

The ICAR JRF/SRF 2020 Exam is usually conducted in the month of July but it has been postponed until further notice. Candidates are advised to go through the syllabus of the course that they have opted for.

Listed below are core topics from the syllabus in ICAR JRF/SRF 2020 Exam:

Topic: Units

1. Genetics and Plant Breeding

  • Unit 1: General Genetics and Plant Breeding
  • Unit 2: Economics Botany and Plant Breeding Methods
  • Unit 3: Genome Organization and Cytogenetics of Crop Plants
  • Unit 4: Quantitative and Biometrical Genetics
  • Unit 5: Genetic Engineering and Biotechnological Tools in Plant Breeding
  • Unit 6: Plant Breeding for Stress Resistance and Nutritional Quality
  • Unit 7: Plant Genetic Resources and their Regulatory System; Varietal Release and Seed Production
  • Unit 8: Statistical Methods and Field Plot Techniques

2. Seed Science & Technology

  • Unit 1: Seed Biology
  • Unit 2: Seed Production
  • Unit 3: Seed Processing
  • Unit 4: Seed Quality Control
  • Unit 5: Seed Storage
  • Unit 6: Seed Health
  • Unit 7: Seed Industry Development and Marketing
  • Unit 8: Protection of Plant Varieties

3. Economic Botany & Plant Genetic Resources

  • Unit 1: Biodiversity and Plant Genetic Resources
  • Unit 2: Exploration and Germplasm Collecting
  • Unit 3: Germplasm Exchange and Plant Quarantine
  • Unit 4: Principles and Methods of Germplasm Conservation
  • Unit 5: Principles and Practices of Germplasm Regeneration and Evaluation
  • Unit 6: Biotechnology in Plant Genetic Resource Management
  • Unit 7: Economic Botany
  • Unit 8: Information Management in Plant Genetic Resources
  • Unit 9: Plant Taxonomy
  • Unit 10: Plant Biosecurity
  • Unit 11: Fundamentals of Molecular Biology for PGR Management

4. Plant Pathology

  • Unit 1: History and Principles of Plant Pathology
  • Unit 2: Laboratory and Analytical Technique
  • Unit 3: Physiological and Molecular Plant Pathology
  • Unit 4: Mycology
  • Unit 5: Plant Bacteriology
  • Unit 6: Plant Virology
  • Unit 7: Plant Disease Epidemiology
  • Unit 8: Phanerogamic Parasites and Non-parasitic Diseases
  • Unit 9: Fungal Diseases of Crop Plants
  • Unit 10: Bacterial and Viral Diseases of Crop Plant
  • Unit 11: Management of Plant diseases

5. Nematology

  • Unit 1: History and Economic Importance
  • Unit 2: Nematode Taxonomy and Morphology
  • Unit 3: Nematological Techniques
  • Unit 4: Nematode Ecology
  • Unit 5: Plant Nematode Relationship
  • Unit 6: Nematode Physiology and Cytolog
  • Unit 7: Nematode pests of crops
  • Unit 8: Nematode Management
  • Unit 9: Interactions of Nematodes with Soil Organisms
  • Unit 10: Statistics

6. Agricultural Entomology

  • Unit 1: Systematics
  • Unit 2: Morphology
  • Unit 3: Embryology, Internal Anatomy, and Physiology
  • Unit 4: Ecology
  • Unit 5: Biological Control
  • Unit 6: Chemical Control and Toxicology
  • Unit 7: Host Plant Resistance
  • Unit 8: Novel Approaches in Pest Control
  • Unit 9: Integrated Pest Management
  • Unit 10: Pesticide Application Equipment
  • Unit 11: Pests of Field Crops and their Management
  • Unit 12: Pests of Horticultural Crops and their Management
  • Unit 13: Pests of Stored Products and their Management
  • Unit 14: Insect and mite vectors of Plant Diseases
  • Unit 15: Honey Bees and Bee-keeping
  • Unit 16: Silkworms and Sericulture
  • Unit 17: Lac Insect
  • Unit 18: Helpful and Useful Insects
  • Unit 19: Statistics and Computer Application

7. Sericulture

  • Unit 1: Mulberry Crop Production
  • Unit 2: Mulberry and Silkworm Breeding
  • Unit 3: Silkworm Biology
  • Unit 4: Silkworm Protection
  • Unit 5: Silkworm Nutrition
  • Unit 6: Non-Mulberry Sericulture
  • Unit 7: Silk Reeling Technology
  • Unit 8: Silkworm Seed Cocoon and Egg Production

8. Plant Biochemistry

  • Unit 1: Basic Biochemistry and Biomolecules
  • Unit 2: Intermediary Metabolism
  • Unit 3: Enzymes, Vitamins, and Hormones
  • Unit 4: Molecular Biology
  • Unit 5: Techniques in Biochemistry
  • Unit 6: Biochemistry of Food-grains, Fruits and Vegetables
  • Unit 7: Photosynthesis
  • Unit 8: Plant Metabolic Processes
  • Unit 9: Plant Molecular Biology
  • Unit 10: Plant Biotechnology/Genetic Engineering

9. Plant Physiology

  • Unit 1: Cell Organelles and Water Relations
  • Unit 2: Metabolic Processes and Growth Regulation
  • Unit 3: Crop Productivity and Modelling
  • Unit 4: Abiotic Stress Responses in Plants
  • Unit 5: Plant Growth Regulators and Plant Development
  • Unit 6: Mineral Nutrition
  • Unit 7: Climate and Climate Change
  • Unit 8: Seed Physiology
  • Unit 9: Physiology of Flowering and Reproduction
  • Unit 10: Physiology of Horticultural and Plantation Crop Species
  • Unit 11: Post-Harvest Physiology
  • Unit 12: Morphogenesis, Tissue Culture, and Plant Transformation
  • Unit 13: Phenomics

10. Agricultural Biotechnology

  • Unit 1: Cell Structure and Function
  • Unit 2: Biomolecules and Metabolism
  • Unit 3: Enzymology
  • Unit 4: Molecular Genetics
  • Unit 5: Gene Expression
  • Unit 6: Molecular Biology Techniques
  • Unit 7: Gene Cloning
  • Unit 8: Molecular Biology
  • Unit 9: Plant Molecular Biology
  • Unit 10: Tissue Culture
  • Unit 11: Plant Genetic Engineering
  • Unit 12: Molecular Markers and Genomics

The ICAR JRF/SRF 2020 Syllabus is vast. Elaborate details on the topics are given in ICAR AICE-JRF/SRF 2020 Syllabus page.

ICAR JRF/SRF 2020 Exam Pattern

The exam pattern of the ICAR 2020 Exam is given below.

Mode of exam Online (CBT)
Medium English / Hindi
Duration 2.5 hours (150 min)
Exam Timing 9.30 AM to 12 PM
Question format MCQ's
Total Number of Questions 150
Total Marks 600
Negative Marking - 0.25 marks for every wrong answer

ICAR AICE JRF/SRF 2020 Marking Scheme:

Candidates can go through the below details for ICAR JRF/SRF Marking Scheme :

ICAR AICE - JRF/SRF Marks Distribution


Type of Questions


Section A

Questions will be based on general knowledge on the domain of Agriculture, Animal Husbandry, Fisheries, Allied Science, etc.

20 Marks

Section B

Questions are based on the core subjects of the course opted for.

50 Marks

Section C

Questions will be asked from the specialized subject opted by the candidate

50 Marks




For more details on the type of questions asked and the marks allotted to each section, click ICAR AICE-JRF/SRF 2020 Exam Pattern.

ICAR JRF/SRF 2020 Application Form

The ICAR JRF/SRF 2020 Application Form was available on the official website from March 1, 2020 and the last date to submit the Application was July 15, 2020. The correction window for the application form was available until July 20, 2020. Before applying for the exam the candidates have to go through the ICAR JRF/SRF 2020 Eligibility Criteria. The ICAR JRF/SRF 2020 Application Fee for the General category is INR 1800 and for reserved categories (SC, ST & PWD), it is INR 900.

Category Fees
General, Unreserved, OBC INR 1800

How to Register for ICAR JRF/SRF 2020?

The candidates can follow the steps given below to Register for ICAR JRF/SRF;

  • Step 1: Go to the official website
  • Step 2: Click on the New Registration link
  • Step 3: And now click on proceed to Registration
  • Step 4: Enter relevant details to complete the registration process.

How to Apply for ICAR JRF/SRF?

After registration, to apply for ICAR JRF/SRF Exam, candidates can follow the Application procedure given below:

  • Step 1: Go to the official website
  • Step 2: Use the credentials to login which was given during Registration
  • Step 3: Fill all the details asked
  • Step 4: Upload scanned images of Photograph, Signature, and Thumb impression
  • Step 5: Application fee payment
  • Step 6: Take a printout of the form for future reference

Documents required to Apply for ICAR JRF/SRF 2020

The candidates who are applying for ICAR JRF/SRF 2020 will require the following documents. Before starting the application process, applicants are advised to keep these documents handy.

Marksheets of Class 10 and 12

Degree mark sheet for PG students

Scanned image file of Photograph, Signature, and Thumb impression

A valid debit/credit/net banking for Application fee payment

ICAR JRF/SRF 2020 Hall Ticket

The candidates who have successfully submitted the application form for the ICAR Exam can download ICAR JRF/SRF Admit Card from the official website of the conducting authority. It will be available at least 10 days before the date of the exam. The ICAR JRF/SRF Exam will be conducted soon and the candidates are advised to download the Admit Card before the exam date. The candidates will not be allowed to take up the Exam without the Admit Card. Along with the Admit Card, the candidates will have to carry a government ID proof for verification purposes.

How to download ICAR JRF/SRF 2020 Admit Card?

The candidates can follow the steps given below to download the ICAR JRF/SRF Admit Card from the official website of the Conducting Authority:

  • Step 1: Go the official website
  • Step 2: Click on the Admit Card link
  • Step 3: Enter Registration number and Password to log in
  • Step 4: Download and take a Printout of the Admit Card after cross-checking details on the admit card

NOTE: The Candidates will have to attest a passport size photo and Sign in the space provided.

ICAR JRF/SRF 2020 Exam Centers

The ICAR JRF/SRF 2020 Exam will be conducted in 86 cities across India. The candidates will be given a chance to choose the Exam center while filling up the Application Form. The candidates can choose any 4 cities from the options given. Once the Exam Center is allotted it will not be changed. Make sure to list it according to preference. The test center and the Address will be given on the ICAR JRF/SRF Admit Card.

Check the complete list of ICAR JRF/SRF 2020 Exam Centres.

Documents required on ICAR JRF/SRF Exam Day

The candidates will have to carry the following documents to the ICAR JRF/SRF Exam Hall:

  • Admit Card
  • Government ID Proof (Aadhar Card, Passport, Driving License)
  • Passport size photo

ICAR JRF/SRF 2020 Answer key

The conducting body will release the answer keys a few days after the successful conduction of the ICAR 2020 exam. Candidates can cross-check their answers with the official website to get an idea about the possible score.

Candidates can follow the steps given below in order to view the ICAR 2020 answer keys

Step 1: Visit the official website.

Step 2: In the notification section, click on the 'Answer key' link.

Step 3: Login using the credentials provided at the time of registration.

Step 4: View and download the answer key pdf.

Step 5: Take a print out of the answer key and cross-check it with your answers.

ICAR JRF/SRF 2020 Result

The ICAR JRF/SRF 2020 Result will be announced by the conducting authority on the official website. Please note that the results can only be accessed online. To access their results, candidates will have to log in to the official website to check ICAR Results. Seats will be allotted based on Merit. It is advised that candidates take a printout of the Result for future reference.

How to Download ICAR JRF/SRF Results?

The candidates can follow the steps given below to download ICAR JRF/SRF 2020 Results from the official website:

  • Step 1: Go to the official website
  • Step 2: Click on the JRF/SRF Result link
  • Step 3: Enter Login ID and Password
  • Step 4: Click on Login Button
  • Step 5: Download and take a printout of the Result

Selection to the desired programs for ICAR JRF/SRF is dependant on merit. Candidates will have to register for the counselling process on the official website by clicking on the appropriate link. Candidates will be intimated in advance about the venue and time when they are called for the counseling rounds of ICAR JRF/SRF 2020.

ICAR JRF/SRF 2020 Cutoff

The ICAR JRF/SRF 2020 Cutoff is the minimum marks a candidate has to score in the exam to get Admission into the course they have applied for.

The Cutoff list will be released along with the ICAR Result on the official website.

The ICAR Cutoff will be determined by considering various factors which are mentioned below:

  • The total number of candidates appeared for the Exam
  • The level of difficulty of the Exam
  • The number of seats available
  • Previous year Cutoff trends

ICAR JRF/SRF 2020 Selection Process

The candidates who scored the minimum Cutoff marks will be called for the Counselling Process. Only eligible candidates will be given admission to the course they have applied for. Check the next section on ICAR JRF/SRF (PGS) 2020 Counselling to know more.

ICAR JRF/SRF 2020 Counselling

The Candidates are will have register online for the ICAR JRF/SRF Counseling round. The candidate who qualifies the ICAR JRF/SRF 2020 Result can apply for the counselling. The Candidates are allotted seats based on the merit list. Given below is a list of original copies of documents that a candidate must carry on the day of counseling.

ICAR JRF/SRF Counselling Process

Candidates can follow the below process for ICAR JRF/SRF Counselling Process:

  1. Registration: The first round of counseling would be to register on the official ICAR website. After registration is completed, and the counseling fee which is INR 800 should be paid, via online mode.
  2. Choice Filling: After the registration process is completed, a candidate will have to log in on the website and select the choice of specialization as well as the university that they are interested in based on the marks they have secured.
  3. Seat Allotment: Based on the preferred specialization, course, merit, and availability of seats, candidates will be notified via email on seat allotment.
  4. Verification of Document: After the provisional admission letter has been downloaded, candidates will have to report to the university and submit the relevant documents. After the document has been verified, the candidate will receive their final admission letter.

Documents required for ICAR JRF/SRF 2020 Counselling

The documents required in the ICAR #year counseling session is as follows

ICAR Admit Card

ICAR Scorecard

Marksheets of Class 10 and 12

Undergraduate Degree Certificate for PG students

Transfer Certificate

Category Certificate

Migration Certificate

Passport size photos


How to Prepare for ICAR JRF/SRF 2020?

The candidates who are aspiring to write ICAR JRF/SRF can follow the important tips given below:

  • AICE has prescribed syllabus JRF/SRF courses the candidates can start preparing according to the Syllabus.
  • Focus on every topic which is mentioned in the Syllabus to score higher ranks.
  • Plan your everyday activity to manage time.
  • Take mock tests and assess your performance.
  • Prepare notes every time you study and refer it when you are revising.
  • For better results make sure you revise before the exam.

Courses Offered through ICAR JRF/SRF

ICAR JRF/SRF 2020 Exam has the following courses under its umbrella. The candidates can choose any of the following courses:

JRF/SRF Courses
Type Courses
PhD (Doctoral Programme) Crop Sciences-I, II, III
Veterinary and Animal Sciences-I, II, III
Dairy Science, Dairy Technology & Food Technology
Agricultural Engineering and Technology
Community Science (Home Science)
Fishery Sciences
Natural Resource Management-I, II
Agricultural Economics & Agri-Business Management
Agricultural Extension
Agricultural Statistics

ICAR Contact Details

The candidates can contact the conducting authority if they have any queries related to the ICAR JRF/SRF Exam:

Address Krishi Bhavan, Dr. Rajendra Prasad Road, New Delhi, Delhi 110001, India
Phone/FAX +91 1123382629/ 91-11-23384773
E-Mail [email protected]
Website www.icar.org.in

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Postgraduates other than in Veterinary Science will get a scholarship of INR 15000 p.m. (fixed) for 1st & 2nd year and INR 17500 p.m. (fixed) for the 3rd year.
  • Postgraduates in Veterinary Science will get a scholarship of INR 17500 p.m. (fixed) for 1st & 2nd year and INR 18750 p.m. (fixed) for the 3rd year.
  • A Contingent grant of INR 10,000 per year for procurement of essential chemicals, books, and travel connected with research work will be uniformly paid to all the awardees of ICAR JRF/SRF program.

The ICAR JRF/SRF 2020 Application Form fee for General category is INR 500 and for reserved categories (SC, ST & PWD), it is INR 250.

One applicant can send in only one ICAR application form. Multiple forms will either get rejected or cancelled. Take extreme care while filling out personal information in the application form.

Your eligibility to apply for ICAR 2020 depends on if you obtained your Master's degree. Age-wise, the lower age limit is 20 years and there is no upper age limit.

The candidate should be at least 20 years of age as of July 01, year of admission. There is no upper age limit.

No, the admit card will not be sent to the candidates via post. You will have to download it from the official website – www.icar.org.in. Please carry a printout to the exam centre along with Government ID Proof, a photo attached to the admit card and duly signed.

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Colleges which accept [ICAR]

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Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] (Agriculture), batch of 2020
05 Sep 2020
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

CET is the entrance exam and ICAR also and a minimum of 60% marks should be scored for admission. I joined college after online verification. 

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Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] {Hons.} (Agriculture), batch of 2017
17 Aug 2020
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

BCKV is a state agricultural university of West Bengal, and it has three different faculties offering courses on agriculture, horticulture, and agricultural engineering. Students must have 'Biology' in the subject combination during their 10+2 courses. Students from West Bengal can join agriculture and horticulture courses based on their marks of 10+2 board examination.

Admission in agricultural engineering is made through the ranks of state joint entrance examination. Being under the umbrella of Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR), certain percentages of the seats are alloted for the students of other states cracking the ICAR UG (AIEEA) entrance exam. It has two sub-campuses within the state. Students of the other boards like CBSE or ICSE are alloted in the 'other board' category and get 4 to 5 % seats reserved for them.

Students with a science background have to earn a minimum of 90% score to get admission in this esteemed university.

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Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] (Agriculture), batch of 2022
20 Jan 2020
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

12 pass with at least 65 percent marks from the science stream. On the basis of the merit in 12 standard and also ICAR entrance scorecard.

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Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] (Agriculture), batch of 2017
05 Jul 2019
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

Eligibility of getting admission in B.sc. agriculture is to be 12th pass with any of branch with biology, maths or agriculture. The admission procedure is simple i.e., you have to pay half of the fee and fill some necessary documents in the counselling department. The semester fee is 29000/- and the exam fee is 2500/-. There are 8 semesters of the overall course and it is a course of 4 years. It follows the syllabus of ICAR 5th dean committee. If anyone wants to take admission in GOVT. agriculture department then you have to give entrance exams of PAT(PRE AGRICULTURE TEST) & another one is ICAR(INDIAN COUNCIL OF AGRICULTURE RESEARCH) and qualifies the exams. There are different cutoffs provided every year on youtube or google of st,sc,obc, gen.

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Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] (Agriculture), batch of 2020
03 Jul 2019
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

UAS Bangalore is an agricultural university providing a degree in Agriculture. Agri marketing and Agri engineering. Any science student who has taken PCMB during their 11th and 12th class can write state exam and get into this university. Centrally there is an exam called ICAR exam which can also be applied to get into this university. To get into this course the most important thing is having PCMB in class 11th n 12th. The students who only have PCB will be made to take up mathematics after joining the course. Having a score of about 60% in boards is necessary to get into this college.  College has good ambience and excellent staff and infrastructure. Provides a wide variety of subjects and a good education learning programme. It is overall a very good college to join. It stands at 5th position in India for Agri colleges and 2nd in the southern region for agriculture studies.

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Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] (Agriculture), batch of 2023
25 Jun 2019
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

To get admission in rpcau you have to qualify the ICAR ug exam and get rank under 1000 to get admission here

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Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] (Agriculture), batch of 2022
28 Sep 2018
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

I got admission through icar exam. The cut off for the exam is 50%. Eligibility criteria are plus two. I also, repeat one year as entrance coaching.

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Bachelor of Technology [B.Tech], batch of 2019
17 May 2018
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

Eligibility - 10+2 high school with minimum 50%(gen) and 40%(SC/ ST).
Entrance exam - PET/ ICAR

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Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] {Hons.} (Agriculture), batch of 2020
10 May 2018
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

60% in 12th class marks.No entrance MCAR exam and ICAR marks are considered.

Want to get in ?
Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] {Hons.} (Agriculture), batch of 2018
14 Apr 2018
Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

The student must secure at least 50% marks in 10+2 or equivalent exam to be eligible to give the exam, admission is through college entrance exam or by ICAR examination, the cutoffs for B.sc agriculture is rank should be under 100.

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