Dhanbad District of Jharkhand at a Glance

About Dhanbad District :

Dhanbad district was constituted in 1956 by carving out the old Dhanbad subdivision, Chas and Chandankiyari police stations of the Sadar subdivision of the erstwhile Manbhum district. Dhanbad is Police district since 1928. The re-organisation of the districts in the State of Bihar which took place after 1971 did not affect the district of Dhanbad. In 1991 a part of Dhanbad district was sliced away to form Bokaro district. The district is bounded on the west by Giridih and Bokaro on the north by Giridih and Dumka and on the east and south by Purulia district of West Bengal. The total geographical area of the district is 2886 Sq. Km. The distrcit has one sub-division called the Dhanbad Sadar and 8 blocks viz. Jharia , Baghmara, Dhanbad, Nirsa, Govindpur, Baliapur, Tundi, and Topchanchi. The blocks in turn have 181 panchayats and 1348 villages. The important places to visit in the district are Charak Pathar, Chati Gobindpur, Gopalpur, Jhinjhipahari, Meva, Panrra, Chark – Khurd, Topchanchi, Maithon, Panchet and Jamadoba.

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Charak Pathar :

The village is situated in GOVINDPUR development block. It is a very large ancient boulder of white stone. It derives its name from this stone

Chati Gobindpur :

The village which also is located in GOVINDPUR development block, contains two ancient pillars which are locally associated with Emperor Asoka and the Afghan Chief Sher Shah

Gopalpur :

The village lies in Nirsa-cum-Chirkunda development block. It contains an ancient pillar  said to date back to the time of Emperor Asoka. There is also a large stone image said to be of Asoka himself

 

Mau District of Uttar Pradesh at a Glance

About Mau District :

Mau district is one of the districts of Uttar Pradesh state of India, and Mau town is the district headquarters. Mau district is a part of Azamgarh Division. It is situated in the south-eastern part of the state with headquarters in Maunath Bhanjan

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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

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ICAR AIEEA UG 2019 Sample Papers

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 Date of Examination:

 11th April, 2015

 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.

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