ICAR Qualification

ICAR or the Indian Council of Agricultural Research holds an All India Entrance Exam through the National Testing Agency. It selects eligible candidates for admission in Undergraduate, Postgraduate and PhD level programs.

The organisation has already released the exam results for 2023 for all the programs. Therefore, candidates preparing for 2023 must be aware of ICAR qualifications to appear in the AIEEA.

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ICAR Qualification 2023

Candidates must pass their 12th or equivalent 10+2 from any recognised board or institution to appear in ICAR AIEEA UG. On the other hand, they must complete their Undergraduate program for admission to PG under any renowned university. In addition, candidates must complete their Bachelors of Veterinary Science and Animal Husbandry along with an internship for M.V.Sc.

The table below shows the ICAR exam qualification marks for candidates belonging to different categories:

Category of Candidates Minimum Qualifying Marks for Undergraduate Minimum Qualifying Marks for Postgraduate
General 50 % 60 %
Scheduled Caste 40 % 50 %
Scheduled tribe 40 % 50 %
Other Backward Classes 50 % 60 %
Physically Challenged 40 % 50 %

These are all essential details on ICAR qualifications that can be helpful for aspiring candidates. They must consider the information mentioned above before applying for their respective courses in ICAR AIEEA.

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Frequently Asked Questions on ICAR AIEEA Qualification


Is it compulsory for candidates to pass Agriculture in their 10+2 examination to apply for B.Sc. (Hons.) in Agriculture?

No, there is no compulsion of passing Agriculture in their 10+2 examination to apply for B.Sc. (Hons.) in Agriculture. Candidates can apply with Physics, Chemistry, Maths and Biology.


Can candidates apply for Postgraduate level after completing Undergraduate programs under 10+2+4?

Indeed, candidates completing their Undergraduate programs under 10+2+4 can apply for Postgraduate level.

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