Gautam Buddha Nagar District of Uttar Pradesh at a Glance

About Gautam Buddha Nagar :

The District Gautam Buddh Nagar was formed on 6/9/97 with effect from Govt. order no 1249/97/82/97 by carving out the portions of Ghaziabad and Bulandshahar. District Gautam Buddh Nagar includes Dadri and Bisrakh blocks carved out of gaziabad, while Dankaur and Jewar blocks have been carved out of Bulandshahar District. 18 other villages from Bulandshahar have also been carved out and have been included in Dankaur and Jewar

District at a Glance :

  • District – 
  • Headquarters – 
  • State
Area in Sq Km (Census 2011)
  • Total – 
  • Rural – 
  • Urban – 
Population (Census 2011)
  • Population – 
  • Rural – 
  • Urban – 
  • Male – 
  • Female – 
  • Sex Ratio (Females per 1000 males) – 
  • Density (Total, Persons per sq km) – 
Constituencies (ECI)
  • Assembly
  • Loksabha

AIEEA UG 2015 Eligibility

 

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Age and Nationality

Indian Nationals of at least 17 years of age but not more than 23 years as on 31.08.2015 (i.e. must have been born between 01.09.1992 to 01.09.1998) are eligible to apply for the examination. No relaxation of age will be allowed to the candidates except for SC/ST/PC categories where upper age limit would be relaxable by 5 years.

 Qualifying Examination
(i) Candidate must have passed 10+2 Senior Secondary Examination of the Central Board of Secondary Education or any other examination within scope and standard found to be equivalent to the Senior Secondary Examination of an Indian Board/ University after a period of 12 years of study. The last two years of such 10+2 examination should have papers in Physics, Chemistry and any one of the subjects from Biology/ Mathematics/ Agriculture* /Home Science**. Besides, for admission in the Universities specifically located in non-Hindi speaking areas, candidate must have passed English as a core subject in 10+2 examination.

  •  Intermediate with Agriculture and having not studied Physics and Chemistry as separate subjects may also be eligible for admission in some SAUs in State of Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Uttarakhand and Uttar Pradesh.
  •  Intermediate with Agriculture would be eligible for admission in limited AUs.

(ii) (a) Candidate must have passed any one of the qualifying examinations enumerated above securing not less than 50% marks in aggregate for General, OBC and UPS
categories and 40% marks in aggregate for SC, ST and PC categories.
(b) Candidate having a compartment/ supplementary in any of the subjects will not be eligible unless proof of having cleared the examination with requisite percentage.
(iii) Candidate appearing in the qualifying examination enumerated above, can also apply but would be the conditions .
(iii) Candidates opting for Stream-A in the entrance examination should have passed 10+2 examination enumerated above necessarily with Physics, Chemistry and Biology/Agriculture/ Home Science subjects whereas those opting for Stream-B should have passed 10+2 examination necessarily with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics subjects.

AIEEA UG Degree Programmes (ICAR)

 

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AIEEA UG Degree Programmes (ICAR)

Admission to 11 Bachelor degree programmes of four years duration in the subjects of: (i) Agriculture (ii) Horticulture (iii) Fisheries (iv) Forestry (v) Home Science (vi) Sericulture (vii) Biotechnology (viii) Agricultural Engineering (ix) Dairy Technology (x) Food Science and (xi) Agricultural Marketing & Cooperation etc. is available to Indian Nationals based on merit-rank in
ICAR’s All India Entrance Examination for Admission (AIEEA). For the purpose of Entrance Examination, above 11 degree programmes are categorized into two Streams viz.

Stream-A: Agriculture/Biology and

Stream-B: Mathematics.

The candidate has a right to exercise option only for one Stream at the time of submitting the application. The option once exercised cannot be changed subsequently.

  •  STREAM-A (Agriculture/Biology): Candidates under this stream can seek admission for Bachelor degree programmes in Agriculture, Horticulture, Fisheries, Forestry, Home Science, Sericulture, Food Science, and Biotechnology.
  •  STREAM-B (Mathematics): Candidates under this stream can seek admission for Bachelor degree programmes in Agricultural Engineering, Dairy Technology, Agricultural Marketing & Co-operation and also in Forestry, Food Science and Biotechnology at some of the Agricultural Universities provided Biology has been one of the subjects during 10+2 examination.
Stream-wise Courses Available for Admission
and Subjects to be Attempted in the Examination
Degree
Programme
For Admission
Code
No.
Subjects
which the
candidate
must have
passed
in 10+2
Examination
Subjects to
be attempted
the Entrance
Examination
Degree
Remark
STREAM – A (AGRICULTURE/BIOLOGY)
1 Agriculture PCB/PCMB/PCA/
Inter (Agri.)
with PC/Inter
(Agri.)*
PCB/PCA
2 Horticulture PCB/PCMB/PCA/
Inter (Agri.)
PCA/ Inter (Agri.)
with PC
PCB/PCA
3 Fisheries PCB/PCMB/PCA/
Inter (Agri.) with
PC
PCB/PCA
4 Forestry PCB/PCMB PCB Medical
fitness
may be
required
by some
universities
5 HomeScience PCB/PCMB/ PCA/
PCH/ Inter (Agri.)
with PC**
PCB/PCA
6 Sericulture PCB/PCMB/ PCA/
Inter (Agri.) with
PC
PCB/PCA
7 Biotechnology PCB/PCMB/
PCA/ Inter (Agri.)
with PC
PCB/PCA
STREAM– B (MATHEMATICS)
8 Agricultural Engineering PCM/PCMB PCM
9 Dairy
Technology
PCM/PCMB PCM
10 Food Science PCM/PCMB PCM
11 Agricultural
Marketing &
Co-operationa
PCMB/PCM PCM

P = PHYSICS  C = CHEMISTRY

B = BIOLOGY   M = MATHEMATICS

A = AGRICULTURE

H = HOME  SCIENCE

(i) A candidate from Stream–A can also exercise option for admission to Food Science, Agricultural Marketing & Co-operation whereas candidate from Stream-B can also opt for admission in Forestry or Biotechnology in few universities.

(ii) The efforts are on to have uniform criteria and eligibility for admissions in all the Agricultural Universities, however, some of the Universities may have different criteria/ nomenclature of degree programmes.



AIEEA – UG – 2014 Conduct of Examination

 

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(i) Examination Hall will be opened to candidates 30 minutes before the commencement of examination.

(ii) Candidate who does not possess Admit Card (candidate copy), duly attested and signed will not be admitted to the Examination Hall under any circumstances.

(iii) Pre-written material in any form, viz., notes/ books/ log table, and mobile phones/i-pods, calculator or any electronic device are not allowed inside the examination hall. For verification, candidate may be searched at any  time during the examination.

(iv) The examination will start strictly on time and an announcement to this effect will be made by the Invigilator.

(v) A time signal will be given ringing a long bell at the start of the examination. To indicate that one hour is remaining, or 15 minutes are remaining, short bells will be given. A signal (long bell) will also be given at the closing time for collection of OMR sheet and question booklet when the candidate must stop writing/marking the
answers.

(vi) Candidate coming late may be allowed to enter the examination hall up to 10.30 A.M. only but no extra time will be given. Candidate coming late beyond 30 minutes, after the commencement of the examination, will not be permitted.

(vii) Fifteen minutes before the commencement of the examination, each candidate will be given OMR Answer sheet and five minutes before, the Question Booklet.

(viii) Immediately on receipt of Question Booklet, candidate should write/fill-in the required particulars on the cover page of the Question Booklet with BLACK/ BLUE BALL-POINT PEN ONLY. Candidate will not open the Question Booklet, until asked to do so by the Invigilator.

(ix) Candidate will write required particulars on OMR answer sheet with only BLACK / BLUE BALLPOINT PEN on SIDE-I and –II.

(x) No candidate shall be allowed to leave the Examination Hall until the completion of examination and related formalities. Candidate will hand over Question Booklet and OMR  Answer Sheet to the Invigilator before leaving the Examination Hall.

(xi) After completing the examination and before handing over the Question Booklet and the OMR Answer Sheet, the candidate should once again check that all the particulars required in the Question Booklet and the OMR Answer Sheet has been correctly filled-in.

(xii) The OMR Answer sheet shall be scanned and evaluated through computer and the category- wise final merit list for counselling shall be  prepared based on the reservation category information given by the candidate in OMR Answer sheet. It must be ensured by the candidate that Roll Number, Subject Stream, Series of Question Booklet, optional paper attempted and Reservation Category are correctly written in the OMR Answer Sheet and also the OMR Answer Sheet is duly signed by
the invigilator and the candidate at appropriate places, failing which it may not be considered for evaluation.

(xiii) Before leaving the Examination Hall, the candidate must ensure that OMR Answer Sheet and Question Booklet have been handed over to the invigilator on duty. In case, the candidate does not hand over the OMR Answer Sheet with Question Booklet to the invigilator and takes away the same with him/her, this shall amount
to use of unfair means and the candidate will be declared failed besides inviting further necessary action.

(xiv) Candidates are advised to bring with them their own writing material such as hard card-board (on which nothing should be written) and their own good quality black/blue ball-point pens.

(xv) Any attempt of using unfair means by the candidate during the examination process will render him/her liable to be disqualified and his/her her candidature for the examination would be forfeited.

AIEEA – UG – 2014 Online Application

 

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  • This is an alternative option to OMR forms. Online Application and downloadable prospectus will be available on ICAR website. A Demo Online application form will also be available on the website for acquainting the candidates with this technique and for practicing before online submission of application.
  • The candidate has to visit www.icar.org.in and click the option of filling online application AIEEA- UG-2014. The candidate can download prospectus and then fill his/her  from online. He/ she need not purchase the separate or fill the form manually on OMR Sheet.
  • During  filling of prescribed online form, candidate can either opt for making fee payment through Bank
  • Challan of Syndicate Bank or through Credit / Debit card using Payment Gateway of Syndicate Bank/NEFT.
  •  Making payment through Bank Challan

After filling the online application, candidate has to take a printout of computer generated confirmation page and bank challan (in 3 copies) through which he / she has to deposit cash (fees) in the nearest Syndicate Bank branch. Bank will return two copies of challan duly stamped. Candidate will retain one copy of the challan. He / she will enclose the second copy (duly stamped by the bank ) with his her filled in computer generated confirmation page’s printout  and send it to COE (Edn.) by post at the given address.

  •  Making payment through Credit/Debit card using Payment Gateway of Syndicate Bank During online filling of the form, candidate can also opt for making fee payment through Credit / Debit card using Payment Gateway of Syndicate Bank. In this case, the candidate will make payment directly through the debit/ credit card from his computer and will not be required to visit the bank.
  • Receipt of such payments/Application is confirmed immediately.
  •  Making payment through NEFT While filling the form the candidates may also opt  for ‘Payment through NEFT’. When candidates have selected this option, after filling the form, a NEFT  Challan shall be generated. The candidates can take a print out of this Challan and send NEFT remittance through any branch of any bank. In such cases, the candidates must fill the information as available in the  NEFT Challan generated through ICAR website. The candidates must obtain the UTR number from the Bank through which they have sent NEFT remittance.
  • The candidates are required to enclose a photocopy of the Banks’ challan bearing the UTR number along with the application without fail.
  • After obtaining the UTR number, the candidates are required to visit the ICAR website again and upload the UTR number details in the website. Candidates are requested to ensure that only correct UTR details are entered in the website as the in-correct details shall lead to rejection of the application without further correspondence in the matter. No Bank charges are payable for NEFT payment.
  • While filling the Online form,Candidate can upload  soft copy of his /her clear, recent, colour photograph, same as pasted on Application Form, signature and thumb impression. If he / she is unable to do so then he / she has to paste the photograph, put his / her signature and thumb impression on the printout of computer generated confirmation page in designated boxes and send it to COE (Edn.) by post at the given address.
  • Application will be allowed either on OMR application form attached with the Information Bulletin AIEEAUG 2014 or ONLINE only. No application will be allowed on any other format and will be summarily rejected.

AIEEA – UG – 2014 Updates

 

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  1. ICAR National Talent Scholarship (NTS)

  2. AIEEA – UG – 2014 Introduction

  3. AIEEA – UG – 2014 Admit Card

  4. AIEEA – UG – 2014 Online Application

  5. AIEEA – UG – 2014 Conduct of Examination

  6. AIEEA UG Degree Programmes (ICAR)

ICAR National Talent Scholarship (NTS)

 

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National Talent Scholarship would be available through the Agricultural University concerned, to every student admitted on ICAR seat at any Agricultural University, at
the rate of  1,000/- per month during the period of study provided the student:

(i) Joins an Agricultural University in a State outside his/her Domicile State.
(ii) Has not changed the University/subject allotted for any reason.
(iii) Has not been admitted against any vacant seat through waitlist option as per his/her request
(iv) Maintains good conduct and satisfactory academic performance (7.00 OGPA) throughout the period of study.
(v) Does not fail in any course/unit during the period of study.

AIEEA – UG – 2014 Introduction

 

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  • Triggered primarily by professional and academic linkage with Agricultural Universities, Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR), New Delhi has been able to foster a countrywide arrangement with the AUs to set aside 15% of their seats for Bachelor degree programmes to be admitted through ICAR’s All India Entrance Examination so as to reduce inbreeding, increase mobility among students, encourage national integration and infuse merit and uniform examination standards leading to improved overall quality of agricultural education.
  • Accordingly, ICAR conducts All India Entrance Examination for Admission (AIEEA) to Bachelor degree programmes in agriculture and allied subjects, other than veterinary sciences, at Agricultural  Universities on 15% of the University seats every year.
  • For NDRI, Karnal, an ICAR-Deemed-to-be-University, 100% seats are filled up through the above examination. National Talent Scholarships (NTS) are awarded based
  • on the AIEEA-UG examination to all those candidates who take admission outside their state of domicile.
  • Further, not more than 40% candidates from any one state are admitted in any agricultural university/ subject. ICAR’s 19th AIEEA-UG-2014 examination for the academic session 2014-15 will be conducted at 46 examination city centres spread all over the country, enabling participation of a large number of candidates seeking admission in Bachelor degree programmes in AUs in different disciplines. Candidates qualified for counseling will be considered for allocation of subject and the Agricultural University as per counseling procedure described hereinafter. There is no direct nomination for admission through ICAR in any Bachelor degree programme without qualifying in this examination.

AIEEA – UG – 2014 Scheme of Entrance Examination

 

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  •  DATE OF EXAMINATION:

SATURDAY, the 12 April, 2014

  •  DURATION:

2½ hours, Time 10.00 A.M. to 12:30 P.M.

  •  Subject Streams, Question Paper and Writing Answers in the Examination

(i) The examination shall be conducted in one of the two subject streams namely ‘Stream-A’ comprising of Physics, Chemistry and Agriculture/Biology subjects and ‘STREAM-B’ comprising of Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics subjects.

(ii) Questions for Physics and Chemistry subjects shall be common for both subject streams.

(iii) Paper for ‘Stream–A’ shall carry questions on Biology as well as Agriculture subject, out of which the candidate has to attempt/opt/choose only one subject, either Biology or Agriculture. ‘Stream–B’ paper carries questions on Mathematics subject.

(iv) Question paper will have 180 multiplechoice objective type questions, each with four options, 60 questions in Physics, serially numbered from 1-60, 60 questions
in Chemistry, numbering from 61-120 and 60 questions in Agriculture/Biology/Mathematics, numbering from 121-180.

(v) Marking Scheme: Each correctly answered question will earn four marks, with a maximum of 720 marks for the paper. For each incorrect answer one mark will be deducted from the total score. Question with no response indicated will not be awarded any mark and there will be no negative marking for that question. The candidates are advised not to attempt such questions in the OMR answer sheet, for which they are not sure of the correct answer. More than one answer indicated against a question will be deemed as incorrect answer and will invite negative marking.

(vi) Candidate will be required to choose the correct answer and mark in the OMR answer sheet by darkening the corresponding circle/ bubble against the serial number of the question with black/ blue ball-point pen.

(vii) Question paper for the examination shall be bilingual, i.e., in ENGLISH and HINDI. In case of any variation in English and Hindi versions of question(s), English version will be taken as the final and correct version.

(ix) A visually challenged (blind) candidate, can request for the services of amanuensis (scribe) who must be one grade junior in academic qualification i.e not more than X/Matriculation pass in the present case and should not be related to the candidate. For amanuensis, the candidate must submit a separate request letter, at least one week in advance, to the concerned Nodal Officer of the Examination City Centre giving a copy of the PD/PC certificate issued by a competent authority. The services of amanuensis (Scribe) who should be from academic discipline other than that of the candidate, shall be provided free of cost by the Noda Officer. The scribe will have to give a suitable undertaking,confirming that the scribe fulfills all the stipulated eligibility criteria for a  scribe as mentioned above. In case later on it is proved that candidate has suppressed material facts, the candidature of the applicant will stand cancelled, irrespective of the outcome of result of the written test. Such candidates who use a scribe shall be eligible for extra time of 50 minutes during examination.

AIEEA – UG – 2014 Exam Centres

 

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There are 49 exam centres allotted for ICAR – AIEEA 2014 examination. Given below the list of exam centres with their contact telephone numbers.

AIEEA Examination Centres
Examination
Center
(Code No.)
Name Contact Phone No. of
01 Anand 02692-271602
02 Bengaluru 080-28466353
04 Bhubaneswar 0674-2300060
06 Bikaner 0151-2250147
07 Chennai 044-24610565
08 Cochin 0484-2394867
09 Coimbatore 0442-2472986
10 Delhi 011-25843382
11 Dharwad 0836-2792180
12 Gangtok 03592-231030
13 Guwahati 0361-2337700
14 Hisar 01662-275787
15 Hyderabad 040-24581322
16 Imphal 0385-241644
17 Jaipur 0141 2550229
18 Indore 0731-2476188
19 Jabalpur 0761-2353138
20 Jammu 0191-2262012
21 Karnal 0184-2252800
22 Kolkata 033- 4212115
23 Kota 0744-2462642
24 Lucknow 0522-2480726
25 Ludhiana 0161-2308669
26 Mannuthy 0487-2370344
27 Mohanpur 033-25878338
29 Nagpur 07103-275536
30 Palampur 01894-230408
31 Pantnagar 05944-233407
32 Patna 0612- 2228882
33 Port Blair 03192-250436
34 Pune 020-25538489
35 Pusa (Bihar) 06274-240239
36 Raipur 0771-2442491
37 Ranchi 0651-2261156
38 Shillong 0364-2570257
39 Solan 01792-252219
40 Srinagar
(Kashmir)
0194-2305044
41 Tirupati 0877-2249220
42 Thiruvananthapuram 0471-2598431
43 Udaipur 0294-2418976
44 Varanasi 0542-2635236
45 Mathura 0565-2471706
46 Bareilly 0581-2301584
47 Jodhpur 0291-2786584
48 Kozhikode 0496-2249371
49 Parbhani 02452-233007