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IBPS AFO Mock Test 2021


IBPS AFO Mock Test 2021

Take part in IBPS AFO Online Mock Test 2021. This will help you in the better preparation of the final examination. This page includes links of free test as well as paid test. Try example test before the main series.

Contents
(1). Free test link
(2). Purchase Mock Test Series
(3). Contact
(4). What are the benefits of online mock test series?
(5). Subjects of the test
(6). Understanding the difficulty level of the subjects
(7). Syllabus of the test

(1). Free test link

Following is the link of free quiz:

Go to Krishi Coaching Website for actual test.

(2). Purchase Mock Test Series

Total number of questions500
Total number of series05
Number of questions in each series50-100
Price50.00 Rs.

(3). Contact

You can contact for free consult with admin.

  • Contact number: 6267219350

(4). What are the benefits of online mock test series?

  • Time management.
  • Better understanding of the exam.
  • Free consult with admin.

4.1: Time management

You will be practicing by reading model test series available in any competitive book. But, it doesn’t give the clear idea about time management, that’s why online test is so important.

This test is important for those who are appearing in this exam for the first time. You can practice with free questions or buy mock test series.

Our test will give you a clear idea about time management. You have to assign a fix time for each test.

4.2: Better understanding of the exam

You have to practice online for many times for the better understanding of the exam. You can visit this page at any time to attempt the free quizzes.

If you purchase test series from us, you will be given a password protected link with a password to open it at any time. No one can acess this test with the password. Hence, it is necessary to buy the paid test.

4.3: Free consult with admin

You can clear any doubt regarding IBPS AFO 2021. Admin will answer your question to clear your doubt. You can call using provided mobile number.

(5). Subjects of the test

  • Agriculture.
  • Computer.
  • Reasoning.
  • Aptitude.

(6). Understanding the difficulty level of the subjects

According to the difficulty level of a subject.

6.1: Difficulty level 04

Agriculture is the most easiest subject. It will be easiest task for you.

General agriculture is the major subject. Agronomy, Soil Science, Entomology, Agricultural Economics, Plant Bleeding, and Plant Pathology are the dominant subjects from agriculture. Try to cover maximum topics from these subjects.

It will not be easy only for you. This part will be easy for all other students. You have to make difference by scoring more in other subjects.

This subject will take very less time.

6.2: Difficulty level 03

The second easiest subject is computer science. Basic knowledge of computer is very necessary. Not all the students have same knowledge about computer science. You have to study deep to aquire basic knowledge about computer.

Now, you would have been thinking that you have sufficient knowledge about computer. But it is wrong. Never take it easy. Give this subject more time than agriculture. It may help you to create difference.

This subject will take very less time.

6.3: Difficulty level 02

Reasoning is very important.

We will understand it in this way:

Student A scores 40 out of 50 marks in Agriculture, 35 out of 50 in computer, and 10 marks in reasoning.

Student B scores 40 out of 50 marks in Agriculture, 35 out of 50 in computer, and 20 in reasoning. For this reason, student B will overtake many students.

So there is a high probability that B will get a good rank.

Because the marks of all the students remain almost same in agriculture and computer, having one or two marks more than others in reasoning can make a difference of thousands in your rank.

Although it is simple, but the simple is also the toughest.

6.4: Difficulty level 01

Aptitude test

This is a subject that can make the difference between the ground and the sky. If you are proficient in maths, then no one can stop you from clearing this exam.

Let us understand this with an example:

Student A scores 45 out of 50 marks in agriculture, 20 out of 50 in computer, and scores 8 in reasoning. Whereas in aptitude test, it is 0.

Student B also scores 45 out of 50 marks in agriculture, 20 out of 50 in computer, and scores 8 in reasoning. Whereas in aptitude test, it is 0.

Because of student C’s good knowledge in mathematics, he scores 1 mark. This is the reason why he qualifies easily.

So it is very important that your preparation should be very good in this subject.

(7). Syllabus of the test

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*Note: Following syllabus is just an outline. Online test includes questions from the all important topics.

(A). Agriculture

01: Topics from agronomy.
02: Topics from entomology.
03: Topics from soil science.
04: Topics from plant pathology.
05: Topics from plant physiology.
06: Topics from agricultural extension.
07: Topics from horticulture.
08: Topics from genetics and plant breeding.

01: Topics from agronomy

  • Introduction to agronomy.
  • Cultivation of field crops.
  • Crop ecology.
  • Major insect-pests of field crops.
  • Management of insect-pests.
  • Major diseases of field crops.
  • Management of the diseases of field crops.
  • Dryland agriculture.
  • Systems of cropping and cropping pattern.
  • Agroforestry.
  • Weed and weed management.
  • Irrigation management.
  • Seed technology.

02: Topics from entomology

  • Introduction to entomology.
  • Morphology of insect.
  • Insect-pests of store grain pest.
  • Beneficial insect-pests.
  • Sericulture, apiculture and lac culture.
  • Nematology.
  • Insect-pests of mango, guava, litchi, ber, banana, papaya, pineapple, etc.
  • Major insect-pests of apple, pear, peach, almond, etc.
  • Insect-pests of medicinal and spices plant-crops.
  • Management of insect-pests.
  • Integrated pest management.

03: Topics from soil science

  • Weathering of rock.
  • Soil formation.
  • Physical properties of soil.
  • Soils of India.
  • Taxonomy of soil.
  • Soil colloids and silicate minerals.
  • Types of soil.
  • Soil nutrition.
  • Organic matter or soil OM.
  • Saline, alkali and acid soils.

04: Topics from plant pathology

  • Introduction to plant pathology.
  • Bacterial diseases of plants.
  • Phytoplasma diseases of plants.
  • Fungal diseases of plants.
  • Virus and viroid diseases of plants.
  • Disease caused by plant parasitic nematode.
  • Plant disease management.
  • Integrated disease management.
  • Host plant resistance.

05: Topics from plant physiology

  • Photosynthesis.
  • Osmosis and osmotic pressure.
  • Role of water in plant.
  • Plant water relationship.
  • Water potential.
  • Functions of water in plant system.
  • Water holding capacity of the soil.
  • Absorption of water.
  • Ascent of sap.
  • Transpiration.
  • Plant hormones.
  • Physiological disorders of plants.
  • Plant nutrition.
  • Stomata and its functions.
  • Major cycles.
  • C4 plants.
  • Others.

06: Topics from agricultural extension

  • Introduction to extention education.
  • Formal and informal education.
  • Leadership development.
  • Team building.
  • Communication.
  • Time management.
  • Conflict management.
  • Pre independence extension works.
  • Post independence extension works.
  • Krishi Vigyan Kendra.
  • Major institutes.

07: Topics from horticulture

Pomology:

  • Cultivation of fruit crops.
  • Orchard management.
  • Classification of fruit crops.
  • Major and minor fruits of India.
  • Breeding in fruit crops.
  • Post harvest technology.
  • Insect-pests and its management.
  • Diseases of fruits crops and its management.
  • Propagation in fruit plants.

Olericulture:

  • Cultivation of vegetable crops.
  • Nursery management.
  • Classification of vegetable crops.
  • Major and minor vegetable of India.
  • Breeding in vegetable crops.
  • Post harvest technology.
  • Insect-pests and its management.
  • Diseases of vegetable crops and its management.
  • Propagation in vegetable plants.

Floriculture:

  • Cultivation of flower crops.
  • Nursery management.
  • Classification of flower crops.
  • Major and minor flower of India.
  • Breeding in flower crops.
  • Post harvest technology.
  • Insect-pests and its management.
  • Diseases of flower plants and its management.
  • Propagation in flower plants.
  • Garden and gardening.
  • Lawn and lawn making.

08: Topics from genetics and plant breeding

  • DNA and RNA.
  • Chromosome.
  • Breeding of field, horticulture and other crops.
  • Molecular biology.
  • Genetic engineering.
  • Hybridization.
  • Bt cotton.
  • GM crops.

(B). Computer

  • Binary system.
  • Computer language.
  • Input devices.
  • Output devices.
  • Computer software.
  • Basic applications.
  • Storage units.
  • Others.

(C). Reasoning

  • Sitting arrangement.
  • Synonyms.
  • Antonyms.
  • Similarities.
  • Graphical problems.
  • Paragraph reading.
  • Reading and conclusion.

(D). Aptitude test

  • Mean.
  • Mode.
  • Median.
  • Multiplication.
  • Average.
  • Elementary mathematics.
  • Square root.

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