2013 ICAR ASRB ARS Prelims Mains Recruitment Results Admit Card Hall Ticket

CAR ASRB ARS Prelims Mains/ Main Exam Date 2013, Syllabus, Pattern, ASRB ARS Exam Preliminary/ Main  Examination Result 2012-2013, Selection Procedure for ASRB 431 Scientists  Post, ARS NET Exam Sample/ Previous Year Question Paper, Model Question papers

Agricultural Scientists Recruitment Board (ASRB)  and Indian Council Of Agricultural Research ICAR is the authoritative board that discloses and conducts the ARS Agricultural Research Service Examination.. for the desired and willing candidates..

In this web post we will describe about the ASRB ARS Exam Date 2012-2013, Pattern, Eligibility Criteria, Exam Syllabus, Selection procedure..


The details such as ARS Prelims/ Main Exam Admit card, Hall ticket, Answer key solutions, Cut off marks Expected and Solved paper analysis will be posted along with the ARS Prelims/ Preliminary Exam Result 2012-2013 date..

Preliminary – ARS Examination – 2012 on 24.02.2013 (Sunday) from 02.00 pm to 04.00 pm.
 ARS – Main Examination – 2012 on 23.06.2013 (Sunday) from 10.00 am to 01.00 pm.


The Preliminary ARS Examination is a qualifying examination and its marks will not be carried forward for determining final merit of the candidates.

All those candidates desirous of appearing for ARS will have to take both the examinations and viva-voce

Those who qualify in the Prelims will be eligible to attend the Mains/Main Examination ..

Based on the Marks in the Mains= Viva Voce = Final Merit List will be prepared…

Preliminary-ARS (Objective Type) 150 Marks   Total Duration – 2 hours
ARS – Main (Descriptive Type) 240 Marks.. Total Duration –  3 hours
Viva-voce – 60 Marks

Preliminary ARS Examination Paper :

Preliminary ARS Examination shall have one paper of 150 marks with all objective questions to be solved in 2 hours (Two hours), from the respective professional subject(s) for which candidate has opted.

ARS – Main Examination Paper :
ARS – Main Examination Paper will have only one paper of 240 marks to be completed in 3 hours duration. The paper shall be divided in three parts A, B and C.

Part „A‟ will consists of 40 (forty) questions of 2 (two) marks each. In this part, answers required will be of very short, not exceeding 10 (Ten) words at the most.

Part „B‟ will have 20 (twenty) questions of 5 (five) marks each requiring one or two paragraphs and/or graphic explanation. All questions in part „A‟ and „B‟ will be compulsory.

Part „C‟ will have 6 (six) essay type or descriptive type questions which are all compulsory. Each question will carry 10 (ten) marks and may have two or more parts.

Answers are required to be written in the space provided below the question. In no case extra sheets will be provided.
 The candidates clearing Mains Examination will be called for Viva-voce in the ratio 1:5 subject to minimum 55% are obtained by General / OBC candidates and 50% marks are obtained by SC / ST / PC candidates in ARS Mains Examination (Subjective type)


Minimum Qualifying Marks :

General / obc Candidates
For prelims – 60 % , For Mains – 55%

For prelims – 50% , For Mains – 50%
1/3 marks will be deducted for each wrong answer in Prelim ARS Examination (Objective Type).

For more details about the Exam Syllabus .. Follow the above Link given  in this web site..

Also ASRB ARS Exam Previous Year Question papers, Solutions, Model and Sample Question paper, Solved Question paper, Question papers with answers will be published here..

The Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) is an autonomous organisation under the Department of Agricultural Research and Education (DARE), Ministry of Agriculture, Government of India. Formerly known as Imperial Council of Agricultural Research, it was established on 16 July 1929 as a registered society under the Societies Registration Act, 1860 in pursuance of the report of the Royal Commission on Agriculture. The ICAR has its headquarters at New Delhi.

The Council is the apex body for co-ordinating, guiding and managing research and education in agriculture including horticulture, fisheries and animal sciences in the entire country. With 97 ICAR institutes and 53 agricultural universities spread across the country this is one of the largest national agricultural systems in the world.

The ICAR has played a pioneering role in ushering Green Revolution and subsequent developments in agriculture in India through its research and technology development that has enabled the country to increase the production of foodgrains by 4 times, horticultural crops by 6 times, fish by 9 times (marine 5 times and inland 17 times), milk 6 times and eggs 27 times since 1950-51, thus making a visible impact on the national food and nutritional security. It has played a major role in promoting excellence in higher education in agriculture. It is engaged in cutting edge areas of science and technology development and its scientists are internationally acknowledged in their fields.


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