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• Date of commencement for filling of the online application : 20-02-2019
Date of closure for filling of online application : 02-04-2019
Last date for editing the application : 04-04-2019

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Fees of JET Application form is Rs. 2800/- + bank charges if any for General/OBC/SBC

candidates and Rs.1400/- + bank charges if any for candidates of SC/ST/SAP (40% and above disability). Fees will be acceptable online only after filling the essential information.

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Jet Agriculture 2019 Entrance Admission Online form


The maximum age limit is 25 years as on 01-01-2019 i.e. candidate born before 01-01-1994 are not
eligible. The date of birth as mentioned in the Secondary Examination mark sheet/ certificate will be
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The candidates who have passed the Senior Secondary (10+2) examination conducted by the Board of
Secondary Education Rajasthan, Ajmer or any other Statutory Board or any examination recognized
equivalent to it by the university in any of the combination of following subjects are eligible to appear in
JET: Agriculture, Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics i.e. PCM, PCMB, PCB, PCA, Ag.
Stream etc. For Bachelor of Technology, Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics are essential at 10+2 level.
Candidate with Arts and Commerce stream are not eligible.
Candidate may attempt any three subjects in JET examination out of five but, those who wants admission
in Bachelor of Dairy and Food Technology not have any choice and must attempt only PCM (Physics,
Chemistry & Mathematic).
A candidate must have secured at least 50% marks in the aforesaid examinations (10+2). A relaxation of
5% marks would be allowed to candidate belonging to SC/ST/OBC (Non creamy layer)/SBC (Non
creamy layer) category. The candidates taking the advantage of 5% relaxation will not be
considered in UR category. Candidates having supplementary in the 10+2 recent examination is not
eligible for JET.
Candidates who have appeared at any of the aforesaid qualifying examinations and whose results have
not been declared before the commencement of the JET shall provisionally be allowed to appear in the
JET. The result of the examinations (10+2) is essential at the time of filling the option form.

Jet syllabus

Objective of such entrance test is to select the best therefore no syllabus can be prescribed however a
broad outline is given as follows:
Unit- A : (15 questions)
Food production and its importance in the economy and nutritional security. History of Indian agriculture,
branches, importance and scope. Weather and Climate- Definition, elements, effects on crops, general
introduction to weather related equipments- Rain gauge, maximum minimum thermometer, dry and wet
hygrometer, wind vane, and anemometer. Irrigation– Requirement, time and quantity, methods of
irrigation. Concept of precision and pressure irrigation- drip and sprinkler irrigation. Weed- Definition,
peculiarities, classification, harmful effect, extension, methods of multiplication, weed control
(mechanical, chemical & biological), Arid Agriculture- Definition, importance & principle, Crop
rotation- Definition, importance and principle.
Soil- Definition, composition, structure, texture, soil water, air, soil temperature, soil porosity and factors
affect it. Saline, acidic and alkali soil and their management, soils of Rajasthan. Soil samplings and its
methods. Introduction to soil pH and organic carbon. Nutrient fertilizer- Essential plant nutrients,
importance and deficiency symptoms, importance of fertilizer, type (NPK) and methods of application.
Irrigation – Importance of irrigation, sources of irrigation, water requirement of crops. Water drainage-
Definition, need, importance, water logging, need of water conservation and methods (well, water
recharge, water harvesting), Introduction to agriculture machinery- Definition and type of tillage, deshi
plough, harrow, cultivator, combine harvester, seed cum fertilizer drill, planter, MB plough. Seed-
Definition, type & quality of seed, seed production, seed dormancy.
Agronomy- Definition, importance and scope, soil fertility and productivity– Factor affect soil erosion &
conservation. Crop production- Study of following crops under Rajasthan climate condition in following
points: botanical name, family, importance, climate, soil, preparation of field, improved varieties, seed
rate, seed treatment, time of sowing, sowing method, manure & fertilizers, irrigation, intercropping plant
protection & harvesting, threshing, yield and post-harvest management : Cereal- Rice, maize, sorghum,
pearl millet, wheat & barley. Pulses- Black gram, green gram, mothbean, gram, pegionpea, and cowpea.
Oilseed- Mustard & rapeseed, groundnut, soybean, linseed and sunflower. Fodder- Lucerne and berseem,
Cash crops- Sugarcane, potato, and cluster bean, Fiber crops- Cotton and sunhemp.
Organic farming: Definition, importance, concept, history, present status and future scope of organic
farming, contribution in national economy, important food products grown organically. Organic manure
and their utility, farm yard manure. Bio-fertilizer – Type & methods of application. Biological control of
insect & diseases. Preparation of bio-pesticides (plant based). General introduction to sustainable
Unit-B : (15 questions)
Importance and scope of fruit and vegetable crops, present position and future. Orchard management-
Selection of site, planning, layout, pit filling, plantation, adverse weather condition- Frost, hot wind,
hailstorm, drought, dust storm, heavy rainfall and their remedies. Unfruitfulness and their remedies.
Alternate bearing in orchard and their solution. Application of plant growth regulators in orchards. Study
of following important fruit crops with special reference to- Botanical name, family, importance,
climate, soil, improved varieties, plant propagation, planting, manure & fertilizer, irrigation, weeding &
hoeing, yield and plant protection of- Mango, citrus (orange and lime), banana, guava, pomegranate,
papaya, grapes, aonla, ber, date palm, & bael. Vegetable- Classification of vegetable, on the basis of
season and vegetable parts used, type of vegetable cultivation- Commercial & kitchen gardening.
Nursery- Definition, importance, soil preparation and layout, sowing, transplanting, plant propagationsexual
and asexual.
Vegetable cultivation- Botanical name, family, importance, climate, soil & field preparation, sowing,
seed rate and treatment, improved varieties, manures & fertilizer, irrigation, weeding and hoeing, plant
protection, yield- Tomato, brinjal, chilli, cauliflower, cabbage, pea, okra, carrot, radish, spinach, onion,
garlic, round gourd, bitter guard, bottle guard, ridge guard, pumpkin. Ornamental gardening- Type of
garden (formal and informal), private, public and school garden, Study of ornamental plant- trees, bush,
climbers, and seasonal flower. Flower cultivation- Botanical name, importance, climate, soil, field
preparation, plant propagation, improved varieties, planting, manure & fertilizer, care, picking & yield of
rose, marigold, chrysanthemum and gladiolus. Spices- Cumin, coriander, fenugreek & fennel.
Introduction to and utility of medicinal plant- Safed musali, jatropa, sanay, isabgol, basil and giloy.
Mushroom- Its nutritional status and methods of production. Beekeeping and its importance, uses and
importance of honey, wax and royal jelly. Post-harvest- Importance, scope and future of post-harvest
management of fruits, vegetables and flowers. Status of food processing in our country. Packaging,
quality standards and their marketing including export. Preservation of fruits and vegetable- Present
position of fruit and vegetable preservation, principle & methods of fruit preservation. Canning of fruit &
vegetable, jam, jelly, marmalade, preserve, sauce, ketchup, pickle and squash. Flowers and their
harvesting- Important processed flower products, packaging, storage and their marketing.
Unit-C : (10 questions)
Importance of Livestock in Indian economy. Determination of age by teeth, horn, hoof and body
condition of animals and weight- by using Shafer formula, Animal Breeding- Identification of heat,
introduction to reproductive organs, natural & artificial insemination. General test of pregnancy. Care and
management of pregnant & calwing animals. Animal nutrition- General principle of animal feeding.
Determination of feed for- Pregnant & milking cow and bullock. Feed preservation- Hay and silage7
Definition, importance, method for preparation. Animal health- Identification of healthy & suffering
animals. Identification of general disease & treatment- Wounds, eczema, sprain, itching, inflammatory,
indigestion, bloat, diarrhoea, dysentery & food poisoning. Parasite- Lice & kilni. General medicine for
animals and their utility- Phenyl, potassium permanganate, magnesium sulphate, alcohol, copper
sulphate, tincher iodine, carboxylic acid, laizol, castor oil, kapoor, phenovis, alum, terpentine oil. Milking
methods- By hand and machine, Poultry: Importance and scope, breeds of poultry & their classification.
Study of poultry breeds- White leghorn, rod island red, red carnish, ply mouth rock breeds. Structure of
egg. Poultry feed and housing management. Important disease of poultry (cause, symptoms and
treatment). Characteristics and utility of following animal breeds Cow- Gir, Tharparkar, Haryana, Nagori,
Malvi, Mewati, Rathi, Jersy and Holestein Friesian. Buffalo- Murrah, Bhadawari, Surti, Neeli, Jafrabadi
and Mehsana. Sheep- Marwari, Chokla, Malpuri, Marino, Karakul, Avivastra, Adikalin and Jaisalmeri.
Camel- Bikaneri & Jaisalmeri, management of camel. Animal diseases- Rinderpest, foot & mouth
disease, black quarter, anthrax, Hemorrhagic septicaemia, mastitis, tick fever, milk fever, enterotoxaemia,
trypanosome & itching. Dairy science- Milk and milk products- Curd and ghee. Development and dairy
industry in India- White revolution and operation flood.
Definition, branches, study area and importance in agriculture.
Section – I Botany (25 questions)
Unit– A
Taxonomy and classification of plants: Genus, species, binomial nomenclature, brief history of
classification. Salient features and classification of plants into major groups- Algae, Bryophyta,
Pteridophyta, Gymnospermae and Angiospermae, Angiosperms- Classification upto class, characteristic
features and examples.
Morphology and anatomy of angiosperm plant- Morphology and modifications, internal morphology
of different parts of flowering plants: root, stem, leaf, inflorescence, flower, fruit and seed. External
morphology of angiosperm Plant- Root, stem, leaf, inflorescence, flower, fruit, seed and modification.
Anatomy of flowering plants-Anatomy and functions of different tissues. Plant tissue- Definition,
character & classification, meristematic tissue-Type and character. Tissue system- Epidermal, ground and
vascular tissue system, internal structure of root, stem and leaf, secondary growth of root & stem.
Permanent and special tissue.
Sexual reproduction in flowering plants- Flower structure, development of male and female
gametophytes, pollination – Types, agencies and examples, outbreeding devices, pollen-pistil interaction,
double fertilization, post fertilization events- Development of endosperm and embryo, development of
seed and formation of fruit, special modes-Apomixis, parthenocarpy, polyembryony, significance of seed
dispersal and fruit formation.
The Cell: The unit of life- Definitionl, cell theory and cell as the basic unit of life. Electron Microscopic
structure of cell. Prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells. Plant and animal cells. Cell organelles and their
functions-Nucleus (including DNA and RNA structure), mitochondria, chloroplast, endoplasmic
reticulum, golgi complex, lysosomes, microbodies, microfilaments, ribosomes, centriole, cell wall, cilia
and flagella, vacuoles, cell inclusions-starch grains, mineral crystals. Cell division- Amitosis, mitosis and
meiosis. Comparison of mitosis and meiosis. Significance of meiosis, cell cycle.
Genetics- Mendel’s experiments with pea and the reasons for his success. Mendel’s laws of inheritance,
mono and dihybrid crosses. Chromosome structure and morphology, chromosomes and genes,
chromosome hypothesis. Linkages and crossing over. Mutations. Sex determination, genetic code,
transcription and translation. Chromosomal disorder.
Plant Physiology: (i) Transport in Plants-Movement of water, gases and nutrients; cell to cell transport,
diffusion, facilitated diffusion, active transport, plant water relation, semi permeable membranes, osmosis,

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