MP Gramin Krishi Vikas Adhikari Syllabus 2016 Vistar GKVA Question

MP Gramin Krishi Vikas Adhikari Syllabus 2016

MP Gramin Krishi Vikas Adhikari Syllabus 2016 Vistar MPPEB Vyapam GKVA Question Paper previous year exam pattern solved answer sheet MP Gramin Krishi Vikas Adhikari GKVA Syllabus 2016 pdf download after MP Gramin Krishi Vikas Adhikari admit card

MPPEB Gramin Krishi Vikas Adhikari syllabus previous year question paper from B.Sc Horticulture Course for the RHEO examination. MP GKVA syllabus 2016 will have general knowledge, general Hindi, general English, general maths, reasoning analytical some MP Gramin udyan adhikari computer question may also asked. 1 October is the exam date and admit card will be released on September MPEB Gramin Krishi Vikas Adhikari old paper you may pdf download from and if you want to see your status of online application form then visit so below are MP Gramin Krishi Vistar Adhikari syllabus

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MPPEB Gramin Krishi Vistar Adhikari syllabus will be total 200 question with 200 marks and its is divided into 2 parts. in first part stage 1 of MPPEB village agriculture development officer will asked from higher secondary, 10+2 that has subjects GK Hindi English Reasoning and many more that asked from MP Vyapam Gramin Krishi Vistar Adhikari syllabus. Go to second part that is stage 2 question will be made from Horticulture course who completed as graduate course of and below are whole details on tips study material MP Vyapam GKVA syllabus books method

Madhya Pradesh Gramin Krishi Vistar Adhikari exam pattern

Time duration
Stage 1
General Knowledge
Computer Question

Stage 2
B.Sc. (Horticulture) Course for the RHEO examination 2016

MP Vyapam Udyaan Vistar Adhikari Syllabus 2016
1.Elementary Statistics Basic concepts, Dispersion, Probability, Test of Significance, Correlation, Experimental Designs, Computer application, basic concepts of computers.

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2. Fundamentals of Soil Science Composition of earth’s crust, soil as a natural body, Problem soils, Physical parameters, Relation between BD (bulk density), Ad, Pore space, Munsell colour chart, Soil air, Ion exchange, pH and nutrient availability, soil orders; land capability classifications, soil of different eco-systems and their properties, management of problem soils- soils environmental quality. Irrigation water quality

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3. Principles of Landscape Gardening

4. Introductory Economics Nature and scope of economics, Consumption, Wants, Theory of demand, Price, Engil’s law of family expenditure, Theory of firm, theories of populations, Capital and its characteristic, Enterprises, Laws or return, Law of supply, Market equilibrium, Price determination.

5. Elementary Plant Biochemistry and Biotechnology Carbohydrates, Lipids, Plant pigments, Proteins, Enzymes, Vitamins and minerals, Carbohydrate metabolism. History of biotechnology, Fundamentals principles, micro-propagation and scope for commercialization, Application of micro-grafting in horticultural crops, Cryo-preservation., Genetic engineering.

6. Introductory Crop Physiology Water Relations in Plants, Stomata, Osmotic pressure, Drought: Different types of stresses; Plant Nutrition, Environmental Stimuli for plant development.
7. Fundamentals of Horticulture Economic importance and classification of Horticultural crops, Productions and practices for fruit, vegetable and floriculture crops, nursery techniques and their management.

8. Introductory Microbiology History and Scope of Microbiology, Development of microbiology in India, Specimen Preparation: The bright field microscope, Difference between prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells, General properties of viruses, General principal of bacterial genetics.

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9. Principles of Genetics and Cytogenetic Historical background of genetics, theories and hypothesis, Gametogenesis and syngamy in plants, Mendelian genetics, Chromosome theory of inheritance, Multiple alleles, Cytoplasmic inheritance, Chemical basis of heredity, structure of DNA and its replication. Evidence to prove DNA and RNA, Mutations and their classification. Chromosomal aberrations.
10. Tropical and Sub-Tropical Fruits Horticultural classification of fruits including genome classifications, Horticultural zones of India, Physiological disorders. Post- harvest technology, Production problems, Rainfed horticulture, importance and scope of arid and semi-arid zones of India.

11. Tropical and Sub-Tropical Vegetables Area, production, economic importance and export potential of tropical and sub-tropical vegetable crops. Description of varieties and hybrid, climate and soil requirements, seed rate, preparation of field, nursery practices; transplanting of vegetable crops and planting for directly sown/transplanted vegetable crops.