Today, getting a good and respectful job is not such an easy task. Still thousands of candidates want to get doctors, engineers and officer level jobs. Everyone knows, getting an officer level job is not an easy task but it is also not impossible. Every year many candidates become doctors, engineers, many candidates get officer level jobs.
Seeing those who achieve success, ask them the secret of their success, every person has his own different story. Success does not come easily, for this hard work and lot of struggle has to be faced, many competitions are faced, then success is achieved somewhere.
Today we are going to discuss about such a prestigious job, which you may have to work hard to get. Let’s know further, IBPS Agriculture field officer kaise bane, what to do to become an agricultural field officer and the educational qualification and exam required for it.
Educational Qualification for Agriculture Field Officer
4 year Degree (Graduation) in Agriculture / Horticulture / Animal Husbandry / Veterinary Science / Dairy Science / Fishery Science / Pisciculture / Agri Marketing & Cooperation / Co-operation & Banking / Agro-Forestry / Forestry / Agricultural Biotechnology / Food Science / Agriculture Business Management / Food Technology / Dairy Technology / Agricultural Engineering.
The candidate who wants to become an agricultural field officer should have done any one of the courses given above, only then he / she can be eligible for the post of Agriculture Field Officer.
Age limit for agricultural field officer
For agricultural field officer post, the minimum age of the candidate should be 20 years and maximum 30 years. According to the rules of the Government of India, some Scheduled Caste / Tribe handicapped and ex-servicemen have been given a few years’ relief. Which is like this.
SC / ST: 5 years
OBC: 3 years
PWD: 10 years
Ex-servicemen: 5 years
Persons living in the state of Jammu and Kashmir: 5 years (during the period 1-1-80 to 31-12-89) Persons affected by the 1984 riots: 5 years
Agriculture field officer exam pattern
To become an agricultural field officer, the candidate should prepare for the IBPS exam. IBPS conducts recruitment and examinations for agricultural field officer. The IBPS SO Agriculture field officer exam is divided into 3 parts. Preliminary Examination, Main Examination and Interview.
- Reasoning: 50 Questions: 50 Marks
- English (English): 50 questions: 25 marks
- Quantitative aptitude: 50 questions: 50 marks
- Total Mark: 125
- Total time: 2 hours
- Professional Knowledge: 60 Questions: 60 Marks
- Total time: 45 minutes
Note: There is a provision for negative marking in the IBPS RRB Office Assistant (IBPS SO Agriculture Officer) exam, so write answers to the questions carefully and carefully.
In this interview, the candidate is asked job-related questions, besides the candidate can be asked questions related to farming, the candidate has to understand the question first and then answer the questions correctly. The merit list is prepared according to the marks obtained in the main examination and interview examination, so it is very important to prepare for the interview.