Courses Offered in Agriculture
All India Entrance Examination for Admission for Under Graduation (AIEEA UG Exam)
AIEEA UG (All India Entrance Examination for Admission for Under Graduation) is an entrance exam conducted once every year by ICAR (Indian Council of Agriculture Research). Candidates looking to seek admission to Agriculture courses in different universities in India will need to go for AIEEA exam. In order to be eligible for the exam, a candidate should be passed in 10 +2 or equivalent with at least 50% marks.
AIEEA is conducted in offline mode exam and is of 2 hours and 30 minutes duration. The exam consists of 180 questions and can be given in either English or Hindi language. Total marks for the exam is 720 where for each incorrect answer, 1 mark is deducted.
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All India Entrance Examination for Admission for Post Graduation (AIEEA PG Exam)
AIEEA PG is an entrance exam held on a yearly basis for the post-graduate course in Agricultural & Allied Sciences. In order to be eligible for AIEEA PG, a candidate must have passed (or appearing in the final exam) their Bachelor degree from a recognized university in the relevant field under 10+2+5 (B.V. Sc. & A.H.), 10+2+4, 10+6 years degree (B.Sc.Ag.) programmes, securing Overall Grade Point Average (OGPA) of at least 6.60/10.00 in ten-point scale, 3.25/5.00 in five-point scale, 2.60/4.00 in four-point scale for General, OBC and UPS categories. For SC/ST/Physically Challenged (PC) candidates, the OGPA must be of at least 5.60/10.00, 2.75/5.00, 2.20/4.00, respectively.
AIEEA PG exam is conducted in offline mode where each subject group consists of total 650 marks. The exam includes one question paper for each of the 20 major subject-groups comprising 150 multiple choice objective questions & 10 cross-matching type questions. Click Here to Read more.
AIEEA Ph.D. Exam (Agriculture)
Ph.D. (Agriculture) is 3-year (minimum) full-time Doctorate course which offers eligible candidates to specialize in a wide range of research and training in agriculture. Doctorates in Agriculture can pursue a profession as Agronomists (Crop scientists), Agricultural economists, Agricultural Journalists, Food Scientists and Technologists, Animal Scientists, Agricultural Research, Soil, and Plant Scientists etc. The minimum eligibility to pursue a Ph.D. programme is an MSc Degree in Agriculture. Generally, the program is divided into 6 semesters where the final semester is based on the candidate’ chosen stream of study.