MP PAT

MP PAT is not different from CG PAT. Exam pattern and difficulty level is same. MP or Madhya Pradesh PAT is an entrance exam for students of agriculture who want to take admission in one of the several agricultural or horticultural colleges which have association with JNKV or Jawaharlal Nehru Krishi Vishvavidyalaya.

Type of exam: Offline

Contents
(1). About exam
(2). Exam pattern
(3). Major Subject Group
(4). Eligibility criteria
(5). How to apply for MP PAT?
(6). How to prepare for MP PAT?
(7). Frequently Asked Questions

(1). About MP PAT

Madhya Pradesh PAT is an exam. It is an easy exam to clear. Difficulty level is not so high as it is in the ICAR exam.

The CG PAT or Chhattisgarh Pre Agricultural Test is a similar exam to this.

Also read: CG PAT

(2). Exam pattern

The format of exam is multiple choice objective questions.

Questions are relatively easy.
Syllabus covers fundamental knowledge.
General knowledge and current affairs are also important.

(3). Major subjects Groups

3.1 Major Subject (Group A: Agriculture)

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

Also read: Agronomy important one Liner (crop production)

Examples of topics

Crop production

(it is just an example)

(1). History of agriculture and crop production.
(2). Introduction to different field crops.
(3). Cultivation practice of cereal crops such as rice, wheat, oat, barley, sorghum etc.
(4). Cultivation of pulse crops such as redgram, blackgram, lathyrus, gram etc.
(5). Cultivation of oilseed crops such as groundnut, mustard etc.
(6). Cultivation fruit crops such as mango, banana, papaya, guava, pomegranate, apple etc.
(7). Cultivation of vegetable crops such as potato, tomato, cabbage, cauliflower, 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.

Also read: General agricultural multiple choice questions

Animal husbandry

(1). Morphology and anatomy of farm animals.
Age judging of cattle.
Marking of animals.
(2). Different breeds of cattle.
(2). Different breeds of buffalo.
(3). Different breeds of goat.
(4). Different breeds of sheep.
Fodder production.
Hay and silage making.
(5). Dairy farming.
(6). Different dairy products.
(9). Animal diseases and disease control.
(10. Farm Management.

*Note: You should only consider university syllabus.

Also read: Animal husbandry multiple choice questions

Poultry farming

(1). Morphology and anatomy of hen.
Breeds of poultry.
(2). Management of poultry farm.
Different systems of poultry farming.
(3). Modern broiler farming.
(4). Artificial egg production.
(5). Duck farming.
(6). Poultry disease management.

*Note: You should only consider university syllabus.

Also read: Poultry Farming multiple choice questions

Elements of agricultural mathematics

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

*Note: You should only consider university syllabus.

3.2 Major Subject (Group B: Science)

(it is just an example)

Biology

  • Plant and animal’s anatomy.
  • Classification of plant kingdom. Classification of animal kingdom.
  • Cell theory.
  • Genetics and plant breeding.
  • Photosynthesis.
  • Plant molecular biology.
  • Environment and ecosystem.

*Note: You should only consider university syllabus.

Also read: Plant Breeding, Genetics, Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ)

Chemistry

  • Acids, bases and pH.
  • Atomic structure.
  • Chemical bonding.
  • Periodic table.
  • Various equations.
  • Solutions and mixtures.

*Note: You should only consider university syllabus.

Physics

  • Linear motion
  • Momentum
  • Motion in Two-Dimensions
  • Circular and Rotational Motion
  • Waves in One Dimension
  • Waves in Two and Three Dimensions
  • Gravity
  • Periodic Motion
  • Energy
  • Force

Thermal Energy
The Laws of Thermodynamics
Electric Interactions and Field
Electrical 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

Thermodynamics
Oscillations and Waves
Electric Forces and Fields
Electrical Potential
Electric Current and Circuits
Magnetic Forces and Fields

*Note: You should only consider university syllabus.

3.2 Group C: Mathematics

(it is just an example)

  • Constants and numerical sequences Differential equations
  • Elliptic punctions
  • Mathematical physics
  • Number theory
  • Probability

*Note: You should only consider university syllabus.

(4). 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.

(5). 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 Jawaharlal Nehru Agricultural University.

Note: Exam conducting body may be different. Example – MP Exam Professional Board.

Step 03

  • Fill the application form.
  • Download the syllabus.

Now prepare for the entrance exam.

(6). 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

Buy a best book

(7). Frequently Asked Questions

Question 01. What is the difficulty level of MP PAT?

Answer: It is easy. The exam is not as difficult as ICAR examinations.

Question 02. Which book is best for this exam?

Answer: A book which includes previous 10 year’s solved questions with answers. 

Question 03. Is it compulsory?

Answer: Yes, it is.

Question 04. What rank is a good rank to get admission in any constitute college?

Answer: Secure an overall rank under 100.

Question 05. Is coaching necessary for this exam?

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

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