ASRB (Agricultural Scientists Recruitment Board) – Assistant Exam Syllabus, Pattern & Eligibility Criteria

Sarkari Naukri has posting syllabus for ASRB (Agricultural Scientist Recruitment Board conduct a competitive examination for the recruitment at ICAR Research Institute for the post of Assistant. In this article we will tell and guide you that how you can start preparation for this post.

In this examination there are two paper. And the first paper is containing objective type online exam and the second round of the paper is descriptive type paper. All the examination is available in the both language English or Hindi.

Examination Round

Paper I

Paper II

Type of Questions

Objective

Type of Questions

Descriptive

No. of Questions

100

Maximum Marks

200 Marks

Maximum Marks

200 Marks

Time Duration

3 Hours

Time Duration

2 Hours

 

 

 

This examination is containing the following section:

Paper-I: Preliminary Examination

Paper -II: Descriptive Type

English Comprehension

Section – A

No. of Question

25

Subject

Essay / Paragraphs

Maximum Marks

50 Marks

Maximum Marks

50 Marks

General Knowledge

Section – B

No. of Question

25

Subject

English Language & compression

Maximum Marks

50 Marks

Maximum Marks

50 Marks

General Mental Ability

Section – C

No. of Question

25

Subject

General Knowledge

Maximum Marks

50 Marks

Maximum Marks

50 Marks

Quantitative Analysis including Arithmetic

Section – D

No. of Question

25

Subject

Quantitative Analysis and General Mental ability including Basic Arithmetic

Maximum Marks

50 Marks

Maximum Marks

50 Marks

Marking System

One mark will be deducted for two wrong answers.

 

Syllabus for Preliminary On-Line Examination:

Paper-I:

English Comprehension: Candidates must have ability to understand correct English and their basic comprehension and writing ability etc. it would be tested in this examination.

General Knowledge: The main aimed to this component in this examination for testing the candidate’s general awareness around the environment where he is living. In this section the question is be related to the general daily observation around us and some question will be related to the current event happen recently. This test will also include some India and just neighboring countries especially pertaining to culture, history, geography, general policy, comic scene and scientist research etc.

General Mental Ability: This part is basically called the reasoning and this exam is contain both verbal and non-verbal reasoning in the examination. This section will have decision making, arithmetic reasoning, discrimination, questions of analogies, judgment, visual memory, coding and decoding statement, syllogistic reasoning, observation, spatial orientation, arithmetical number series, conclusion, relationship concepts, verbal and figure classification, similarities and differences, analysis, non-verbal series, spatial visualization, problem solving etc.

Quantitative Analysis including Arithmetic: This type of the question is basically is design for test the ability of appropriate use of numbers and little sense of the student. And this exam is containing use of tables and graphs, interest, relationships between numbers, profit and loss, discount, average, computation of whole numbers, ratio and proportion, percentage, decimals and fractions, fundamental arithmetical operations, problems relating to number system, mensuration time and distance ratio and time etc.

 

Syllabus for Main Examination:

Section – A

Essay / Paragraphs: The student must have the ability to understand the correct English / Hindi and his/her comprehensive and hand writing ability etc. This section will contain the question on short essay, letter writing, precise etc.

 

Section – B

 

English Language & Comprehension (Conventional type): In the addition of the testing of candidates understanding of English language and it’s their correct usage of the English Language and his/her writing ability will also be tested during this round of the examination by test. Questions on paragraph writing / report writing etc. may be included.

 

Section – C

General Knowledge: In this section the questions in this paper will include General Awareness as well as General Intelligence and some part of the reasoning ability be also included.

General Intelligence and Reasoning Ability: This section will contain the question on both verbal or non-verbal types of reasoning. And this may be including all the question on the basis of these topic partial visualization, coding and decoding, arithmetical number series, discrimination, observation, statement conclusion, syllogistic reasoning, problem solving analysis, relationship concepts, arithmetical reasoning, non-verbal series, verbal and figure classification, visual memory, judgment, similarities, differences, questions on analogies etc.

General Awareness: The main aimed to this component in this examination for testing the candidate’s general awareness around the environment where he is living. In this section the question is be related to the general daily observation around us and some question will be related to the current event happen recently. This test will also include some India and just neighboring countries especially pertaining to culture, history, geography, general policy, comic scene and scientist research etc.

 

Section – D

Quantitative Analysis and General Mental Ability including Basic Arithmetic: This type of the question is basically is design for test the ability of appropriate use of numbers and little sense of the student. And this exam is containing use of tables and graphs, interest, relationships between numbers, profit and loss, discount, average, computation of whole numbers, ratio and proportion, percentage, decimals and fractions, fundamental arithmetical operations, problems relating to number system, mensuration time and distance ratio and time etc.