IARI PHD / JRF 2019 Exam :The Indian Agricultural Research Institute (IARI) PHD Entrance Test 2019, Admission to Ph.D. Courses at IARI, New Delhi; CIAE, Bhopal & IIHR, Bengaluru for 2019-20.
IARI PHD 2019
The Indian Agricultural Research Institute (IARI) is India’s largest and foremost Institute in the field of research and higher education and training in agricultural sciences.
Candidate seeking admission in Ph.D. can apply online through a link available on the IARI website: (www.iari.res.in)
Candidates are required to submit their application form online only. For instructions please refer the information Bulletin.
Before filling the Online Application Form the candidates are required to get the demand draft. For instructions please refer this Information Bulletin.
Essential Qualification for Admission
(a) Only those candidates who had their Bachelor’s Degree Programmes under 10+2+4 OR 10+2+3 OR 10+1+4 system (OR awarded B.Sc. degree under 10+2+2 system prior to 1985) and fulfill the qualifications as prescribe in this bulletin are eligible to apply for admission.
Candidates who appear at the Master’s Degree final year Examination in 2019 are also eligible to apply and appear in written entrance examination provisionally for Ph.D. programme. However, they will have to submit documentary evidence of their eligibility on or before July 5, 2018 failing which they shall not be considered for Interview.
The minimum age for admission shall be 21 years as on 31st July, 2014. No relaxation is admissible regarding the minimum age limit.
Agricultural Chemicals/Soil Science and Agricultural Chemistry/ Environmental Science/Chemistry
Agricultural Economics/Dairy Economics/Livestock Economics/ Agricultural Marketing and Cooperation/Fisheries Economics
Agricultural Engineering/Dairy Engineering/Water Science and Technology; M.Sc. in Dairy Engineering are eligible for Ph.D. in Agricultural Processing and Structures (Pre- requisite; B.Sc./ B.Tech./BE in Agricultural Engineering)
Agricultural Extension/Extension Education/DairyExtension/Fisheries Extension/Livestock Extension/Home Science Extension/Agricultural Extension and Communication/ Veterinary and Animal Husbandry Extension
Agricultural Physics/Agril. Chemistry/Soil Science/Agricultural Meteorology/ Meteorology/Agricultural Engineering/Engineering/Physics/Bio-physics/ Water Science and Technology/Geo-informatics/Remote Sensing
Agronomy/Water Science and Technology/Water Management
Biochemistry/Agricultural Biochemistry/Agricultural Chemistry/ Molecular Biology and /OR Biotechnology/Relevant discipline of Life Sciences/Chemistry with Organic Chemistry as a special subject/ Plant Physiology/ Biophysics
Bioinformatics/Molecular Biology and/OR Biotechnology/Computer Sciences/Computer Application/Agricultural Sciences/Life Sciences and equivalent
M.Sc./MCA/M.Tech./M.E. in Computer Science/Computer Application/ Computer Engineering/ Computer Science Engineering/ Information Technology/M.Tech. Agricultural Engineering/ M.Tech. in Post Harvest Technology
Entomology/Agricultural Entomology/Zoology or Plant Protection withEntomology as specialization/Relevant Life Sciences
Agricultural Sciences/Environmental Sciences/Physical Sciences/ Life Sciences/ Chemical Sciences
Genetics and/OR Plant Breeding/Plant Genetic Resources/any other branch of Biological Sciences with Genetics and/OR Plant Breeding as a subject
Horticulture or Agriculture with major in Pomology/Olericulture/ Floriculture/Post Harvest Technology of Horticultural Crops/ Food Science and/OR Technology/ Genetics and/OR Plant Breeding/Plant Genetic Resources/Plant Physiology/Crop Physiology with specialisation in any of above sub-disciplines of Horticulture/ Physiology/Plant Genetic Resources/Water Science and Technology
Microbiology/Agricultural Microbiology /Soil Science and/OR Agricultural Chemistry/ Genetics/Botany/Agricultural Botany/ Molecular Biology and/OR Biotechnology/Relevant Life Sciences/ Biochemistry with Microbiology as a special subject/Environmental Microbiology/Industrial Microbiology
Nematology/Entomology/Zoology/Botany/Mycology and/ OR Plant Pathology/Relevant Life Sciences/Molecular Biology and/ OR Biotechnology/Plant Protection with Nematology as specialization/ Agricultural Entomology/Agricultural Microbiology/Helminthology with Nematology
Plant Genetic Resources
Plant Genetic Resources/Genetics/Plant Breeding/ Agricultural Botany/ Horticulture/Plant Biotechnology/ Seed Science & Technology/Plant Physiology/any other branch of Biological Sciences with specialization in these subjects and/OR Plant Taxonomy/Economic Botany/Biotechnology
Mycology and/OR Plant Pathology/Botany/ Agricultural Botany/ Molecular Biology and/OR Biotechnology/Genetics/Microbiology/Seed Science & Technology/ Biochemistry/Plant Genetic Resources/Plant Protection/Relevant Life Sciences with Mycology and Plant Pathology as specialization/Bioinformatics
a) For Post Harvest Technology of Hor ticultural Crops Horticulture/Post Harvest Technology/Food Science & Technology b) For Post Harvest Engineering and Technology Agricultural Processing and Structures/Food Engineering/ Post Harvest Engineering/Biochemical Engineering.
Soil Science and/OR Agricultural Chemistry/Chemistry/ Agricultural Physics with specialization in Soil Physics/ Environmental Sciences with specialization in Soil Science/Agricultural Microbiology with specialization in Soil Science
Water Science & Technology
Water Science and Technology/Agricultural Physics/Physics/ Chemistry/Mathematics (with Physical Sciences at Bachelors Degree Level)/ M.Tech in Agril. Engineering/Civil Engineering
The weightage for entrance examination is 80%. The candidates will have to appear for Entrance Examination consisting of one paper of three parts: Part-I (General Agriculture) and Part-II & III (Subject Paper). The minimum qualifying mark is 50% for General/OBC, 45% for SC/ST/PC candidates. Total marks would be considered for the preparation of merit.
The Entrance Examination will be in the form of one question paper of three distinct parts.
The questions will be of multiple choice and matching types in part I & II (30 marks and 150 marks respectively) and short analytical type in part III (30 marks).
Answers for part I & II are to be given on computerized OMR answer sheets and that of part III in the space provided for the purpose in the question paper.
Negative marking to the extent of 0.25 marks for each wrong answer will be applicable in case of part I and II of the question paper.
IARI PhD Previous Year Question Papers
Here you can find all of the IARI PhD previous year question papers answers are free of cost students can download these papers for phd Entrance exam 2019 preparation. This Year on 2015 IARI PhD written test conducted , the paper is not available with us. Any Candidates who has IARI PhD Last 10 to 20 Years previous solution can share with us.
Agricultural Engineering (Food Processing)
Agricultural Engineering (Soil and Water Conservation Engg.)
Agricultral Engineering (Farm power and Equipment )
Horticulture (Vegetable Science)
Molecular Biology and Biotechnology
Plant Genetics Resource
Post Harvest Technology (engg.)
Post Harvest Technology (Post Harvest Technology of Horticulture Crop)
Seed Science and Technology
Soil Science and Agricultural Chemistry
Water Science and Technology
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The General Agriculture asked in examination of IARI Ph.D Entrance includes three types of questions BASIC-Normal (these includes the very basic knowledge on agriculture and can be solve by almost 90 % of competitors), BASIC-Advances (it includes the advance knowledge on basics of agriculture and can be solve by almost 50 % of competitors) and Pure Advances (these questions are being newly introduced and have taken first time in exam, these includes advance knowledge on general agriculture and it test the competitor’s awareness on current and advance facts of agriculture. It actually determines the scoring marks for admission in IARI.
If you are able to solve at least 50% of these type of question along with full of ASIC-Normal and BASIC-Advances types of questions, it is almost assure to get admission in IARI on the basis of General Agriculture)
It is found that the percentages of these three types of questions are approximately fixed for each year. But in some year, there is an abrupt change in the question asking pattern. An analysis has made to test the change in the question asking pattern and the result are explained by following graph (Fig. 1). The graph shows the percentages of the Pure Advances types of question is approximately increasing every year. So, the facts say the keeping Advance knowledge on agriculture facts is much helpful to get command in General Agriculture part of IARI Ph. D exam. And thus, these are helpful in admissions.
Last Date for Receipt of ApplicationLast date for receipt of through Proper Channel Applications and
April, 2014April, 2014
documents submission for online Application Form
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May -June, 2014
Entrance Examination :
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June -July , 2014
July , 2014
Announcement of Result
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