AGRICET is conducted for candidates seeking admissions into Bachelor Degree (B.Sc Agriculture) courses in Acharya N.G. Ranga Agricultural University for diploma holders in Agriculture and Seed Technology.12th Science stream students, who have an interest in the sector of agriculture, may pursue this course. B.Sc. Agriculture course is a great alternative to the B.E./B.Tech. Agriculture Engineering program. The conducting body for AGRICET is Acharya N.G. Ranga Agricultural University.
A large number of candidates appear for the AGRICET exam annually. This exam is conducted to grant admissions to candidates in Bachelor’s degree courses of Agriculture and Seed Technology of Acharya N.G. Ranga Agricultural University. Other salient features about AGRICET exams are listed below.
The important dates with events regarding the AGRICET are listed in the table below:
Candidates seeking admissions in the diploma and agriculture and seed technology courses of Acharya N.G. Ranga Agricultural University should fulfil the eligibility criteria listed below. Candidates who do not fulfil these criteria will not be granted admission in the course:
- Applicants who will register themselves for AGRICET should have passed two-year Diploma in Agriculture/Seed Technology from ANGRAU/PJTSAU.
- Applicants who will complete their diploma courses in the previous year can also apply for this exam.
- Candidates should have completed 17 years of age as on 31st December of the year of admission with an upper age limit 22 years for all the candidates and 25 years in respect of S.C, S.T and 27 years in respect of PH candidates.
AGRICET Exam Scheme
The AGRICET exam is an offline exam i.e. it is a Pen-Paper based exam. The duration of the AGRICET is 1 hour and 30 minutes. The question paper is an objective type paper. All the questions are Multiple Choice questions that mean there are four options provided for each question with one correct answer. The exam will have 120 questions. The examination is conducted in the Telugu medium.
The AGRICET exam is an objective type exam with 120 multiple choice questions. The exam is a pen and paper-based exams. Hence candidates are advised to prepare from the syllabus released by the officials to score well as all the questions are asked from the prescribed syllabus. Candidates should prepare from the syllabus prescribed by the ANGRAU to Diploma courses in Agriculture and Seed Technology.
AGRICET Qualifying Marks
The qualifying marks percentage is released by the officials. However, the tentative qualifying marks for candidates is at least 25% of the maximum. Only those candidates are considered for the AGRICET Exam with the minimum percentage as mentioned above. However, for candidates belonging to Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe, no minimum qualifying mark is prescribed. But their admission is limited to the extent of seats reserved for such categories.
AGRICET 2017 Cut Offs
Last Rank for UG Course 2017-18 is given below.
AGRICET 2016 Cut Offs
Last Rank for UG Course 2016-17 is given below.
AGRICET 2015 Cut Offs
Last Rank for UG Course 2015-16 is given below.
Official website: angrau.ac.in
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