CG PAT or Chhattisgarh Pre Agriculture Test (Pre Agricultural Test) is an entrance exam for agricultural students. This is an annual entrance test. The entrance exam is a written exam.

For: Admission in B. Sc. Agriculture
Test for: B. Sc. Agriculture Degree

(1). How difficult is CG PAT?
(2). Major Subject (Group A: Agriculture) or Paper 01
(3). Major Subject (Group B: Science) Paper 02
(4). Major Subject (Group C: Science) Paper 03
(5). Eligibility criteria
(6). How to apply for CG PAT?
(7). How to prepare for CG PAT?
(8). Frequently Asked Questions

Also read: Agriculture PAT Multiple Choice Objective Questions

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(1). How difficult is CG PAT?

Chhattisgarh PAT is easy when the main subject is agriculture.

It is a little bit difficult when the subject is:

  • Science.
  • Mathematics.

Major subjects

  • Agriculture.
  • Science.
  • Mathematics.

(2). Major Subject (Group A: Agriculture)

  • Crop production.
  • Animal husbandry.
  • Elements of agricultural mathematics.

Also read:

General Agriculture MCQ: Multiple Choice Questions

Examples of topics

2.1 Crop production (Agronomy)

(Agronomy mcq and answer)

(it is just an example)

(1). Basic knowledge of crop production.
(2). Cultivation practice of major field crops such as rice, wheat, maize, sugarcane, barley, oat, barley etc.
(3). Cultivation practice of major fruit crops such as mango, banana, papaya, ber, amar, apple, pear, peach etc.
(4). Cultivation practice of major vegetable crops such as potato, tomato, cole crops, radish, chilli etc.
(5). Cultivation of flower crops such as rose, marigold etc.
(6). Varieties of different crops.
(7). Management of diseases.
(8). Management of insect-pests.

*Note: You should only consider university syllabus.

2.2 Animal husbandry

(Animal husbandry mcq: multiple choice questions)

Animal production

(1). Breeds of cattle.
(2). Breeds of buffalo.
(3). Breeds of goat.
(4). Breeds of sheep.
(5). Dairy farming.
(6). Making of ghee, cheese and other dairy products.
(9). Animal production.
(10. Farm Management.

*Note: You should only consider university syllabus.

Poultry farming

(Poultry farming multiple choice questions)

(1). Breeds of poultry.
(2). Management of poultry house.
(3). Broiler farming.
(4). Egg production.
(5). Duck farming.
(6). Avian disease management.

*Note: You should only consider university syllabus.

2.3 Elements of agricultural mathematics

(1). Mean.
(2). Mode.
(3). Median.
(4). Agricultural statisics.

Also read: Agricultural statisics multiple choice objective questions

*Note: You should only consider university syllabus.

(3). Major Subject (Group B: Science)

(it is just an example)

3.1 Biology

(1). Anatomy.
(2). Classification of plants and animals.
(3). Cell organism.
(4). Genetics.
(5). Plant physiology.
(6). Molecular biology.
(7). Ecosystem.

*Note: You should only consider university syllabus.

3.2 Chemistry

(1). Acids, bases and pH.
(2). Atomic structure.
(3). Chemical bonding.
(4). Periodic table.
(5). Various equations.
(6). Solutions and mixtures.

*Note: You should only consider university syllabus.

3.3 Physics

(1). Linear motion.
(2). Momentum.
(3). Motion in two-dimensions.
(4). Circular and rotational motion.
(5). Waves in one dimension.
(6). Waves in two and three dimensions.
(7). Gravity.
(8). Periodic motion.
(9). Energy.
(10). Force.

Thermal energy.
The laws of thermodynamics.
Electric interactions and field.
Electric work and energy.
Capacitors and dielectrics.
Magnetic interactions and field.
Changing magnetic and electric field.
Electric circuits and electronics.

Motion and vectors.
Forces and newton’s laws.
Circular and rotational motion.
Equilibrium and elasticity.
Energy and work.

Oscillations and waves.
Electric forces and fields.
The electric potential.
Electric current and circuits.
Magnetic forces and fields.

*Note: You should only consider university syllabus.

(4). Group C: Mathematics

(it is just an example)

(1). Constants and numerical sequences Differential equations.
(2). Mathematical physics.
(3). Number theory.
(4). Probability.

*Note: You should only consider university syllabus.

(5). Eligibility criteria

(1). Group A: 12th with agriculture.
(2). Group B: 12th with science or biology.
(3). Group C: 12th with mathematics

Group A: 12th from Agriculture

A student should have cleared 12th from agriculture. This includes following subject:

  • Crop production.
  • Animal husbandry.
  • Agricultural mathematics.

Group B: 12th from science or biology

This includes following subjects:

  • Biology.
  • Chemistry.
  • Physics.

Group C: 12th from mathematics

This includes following subjects:

  • Mathematics.
  • Chemistry.
  • Physics.

(6). How to apply for CG PAT?

Step 01

Clear 12th from one of the following subject:

  • Agriculture.
  • Science.
  • Mathematics.

Step 02

Wait for notification from Agricultural University which is Indira Gandhi Agricultural University.

Note: Exam conducting body is cgvyapam.

Step 03

  • Fill the application form.
  • Download the syllabus.

Now prepare for the entrance exam.

(7). How to prepare for this exam?

Follow these options:

Option 01

Go to the following page > PAT Multiple Choice Questions for free online mock test.

Option 02

Subscribe us for better preparation.

Option 03

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(8). Frequently Asked Questions

Question 01. Is B. Sc. horticulture good?

Answer: Yes, B. Sc. Hortuculture is a good subject.

(Read main post: Is B. Sc. Horticulture a good subject)

Question 02. Is B. Sc. Agriculture a good subject?

Answer: Yes, B. Sc. Hortuculture is a good subject.

(Read main post: Is B. Sc. Agriculture a good subject)

Question 03. Is PAT compulsory for B. Sc. agriculture?

Answer: Yes, it is.

Question 04. Can I get admission in B. Sc. Agriculture without clearing this exam?

Answer: No, minimum marks are required.

Question 05. Is coaching necessary for this exam?

Answer: No, coaching classes are not necessary for this exam.



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