ICAR JRF/SRF Exam Pattern 2023: Marking Scheme, Total Marks

Vandana Thakur
Vandana Thakur

Updated on - Nov 28, 2023

ICAR 2023 exam pattern is decided by the exam counduting authority. ICAR JRF/ SRF exam pattern 2023 is prescribed by the National Testing Agency (NTA), which will include the different aspects related to the entrance test. ICAR JRF/ SRF 2023 exam pattern will consist of the various sections from which the questions will be asked, mode of the entrance exam, etc. Therefore, candidates are expected to know the ICAR JRF/ SRF 2023 exam pattern and the syllabus before they start preparing for the ICAR JRF/ SRF 2023 exam. The section below explains the ICAR JRF/ SRF 2023 exam pattern and other related details. 

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ICAR JRF/SRF 2023 Exam Pattern Highlights

The ICAR JRF/SRF 2023 exam is conducted by NTA and will be conducted in the online mode, i.e., computer-based test (CBT). The exam will be conducted only in English for 2 hours, i.e., 120 minutes between 2.30 PM and 4.30 PM. All the questions asked in the ICAR JRF/ SRF 2023 will be of MCQ type. The table below gives a brief explanation of the ICAR JRF/ SRF 2023 exam pattern.

ICAR JRF/ SRF 2023 exam pattern
Exam Mode Online
Exam Medium English
Exam Duration 2 Hours
Total Marks 120
Exam Date To Be Announced
Official Website icar.org.in

ICAR JRF/ SRF 2023 Marking Scheme

The ICAR JRF/SRF 2023 exam will test candidates in various topics and each of these questions is of MCQ type. The marking scheme for these questions is such that, for every correct answer, one mark is awarded, and for every wrong answer, 0.25 marks are deducted.

ICAR JRF/ SRF 2023 Marking Scheme
For every correct answer  +1 mark is awarded
For every incorrect answer  -0.25 mark is deducted

ICAR JRF/ SRF 2023 Mark Distribution 

The mark distribution for each section in the ICAR JRF/SRF 2023 exam has been tabulated section-wise below. 

Subjects Type of Questions Marks
Section A Questions will be based on general knowledge on the domain of Agriculture, Animal Husbandry, Fisheries, Allied Science, etc. 20
Section B Questions are based on the core subjects of the course opted for. 50
Section C Questions will be asked from the specialized subject opted by the candidate 50
Total   120



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