New Batches for JET 2020 and XI, XII Agriculture Foundation Classes are going to start from 20-Jun-2019.
JET (Joint Entrance Test) is Conducted by Agriculture Universities For Admission to
B.Sc. (Hons.) Agriculture
B.Sc. (Hons.) Horticulture
B.Sc. (Hons.) Forestry
B.F.Sc. Fisheries Science
B.Sc. (Hons.) Food Nutrition and Dietetics
B. Tech. (Dairy Technology)
B. Tech. (Food Technology)
B.Sc. (Ag.) MBA (ABM) 5 year integrated course.
This year it was conducted by AGRICULTURE UNIVERSITY, KOTA.
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA FOR ADMISSION
A candidate must ensure that he/she is eligible for admission to various courses before filling the online
application form for JET. If a non-eligible candidate is admitted due to any reason then the admission of
such candidate will be cancelled as soon as the mistake is detected even at later stage. Various eligibility
criteria for admission through JET are as under:
The candidates who have passed the Senior Secondary (10+2) examination conducted by the Board of
Secondary Education Rajasthan, Ajmer or any other Statutory Board or any examination recognized
equivalent to it by the university in any of the combination of following subjects are eligible to appear in
JET: Agriculture, Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics i.e. PCM, PCMB, PCB, PCA, Ag. Stream etc. For Bachelor of Technology, Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics are essential at 10+2 level.
Candidate with Arts and Commerce stream are not eligible. Candidate may attempt any three subjects in JET examination out of five but, those who wants admission
in Bachelor of Dairy and Food Technology not have any choice and must attempt only PCM (Physics,
Chemistry & Mathematic).
A candidate must have secured at least 50% marks in the aforesaid examinations (10+2). A relaxation of
5% marks would be allowed to candidate belonging to SC/ST/OBC (Non creamy layer)/SBC (Non
creamy layer) category. The candidates taking the advantage of 5% relaxation will not be
considered in UR category. Candidates having supplementary in the 10+2 recent examination is not
eligible for JET.
Candidates who have appeared at any of the aforesaid qualifying examinations and whose results have
not been declared before the commencement of the JET shall provisionally be allowed to appear in the
JET. The result of the examinations (10+2) is essential at the time of filling the option form.
The maximum age limit is 25 years as on 01-01-2019 i.e. candidate born before 01-01-1994 are not
eligible. The date of birth as mentioned in the Secondary Examination mark sheet/ certificate will be
considered as authentic.
In the very nature of competitive examination, no syllabus can be prescribed. However, it is an
exercise to pick up the best. There would be a single question paper for all the candidates
appearing in JET wants admission in different courses. The Question Paper would be available in the following five (5) subjects namely, Agriculture, Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics, however, candidate has to attempt three subjects. Broad outline of subject content with weightage of questions are given in the syllabus. The candidates desiring admission in Agriculture/ Horticulture/Forestry/Fisheries/Food and
Dietetics may attempt any three subjects. For admission in Dairy Technology and Food Technology, candidates must attempt
Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics only. The question paper will be bilingual (English and Hindi) and consists of multiple choice type
questions. In case of any discrepancy English version will be considered correct. The question paper will be in the form of a test booklet containing different subjects viz.
Agriculture, Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics. Each having 40 questions. There
would be four suggested option [(1), (2), (3), (4)] to each question. The candidates are required to choose the most appropriate option and blacken the corresponding
circle with the black ball point pen in the OMR sheet (Details for filling answer sheet are given
on back side of OMR sheet). The test booklet may be used by the candidates for rough work and
the squares printed in it may be used for deciding the correct answer. Assessment will be made
only on the basis of marking on the OMR sheet. At the end of examination candidates may carry
question booklets with them. Marking scheme: Four marks will be awarded for every correct answer and one mark will be
deducted for every wrong answer (Negative marking). If more than one option is chosen, it will
be treated as wrong answer. No marks will be awarded or deducted for unmarked/ unattempted
questions. The merit list will be prepared on the basis of marks obtained only. After obtaining the objections, if any question found ambiguous or having ambiguous
answer, correct answer more than one, no correct answer will be dropped and merit will be
prepared on the basis of obtained marks of remaining questions.