ICAR AIEEA UG Admit Card 2017 is expected to be issued in the last week of May 2017 for AIEEE UG & AIEEE PG programmes. Once the admit cards are released, the candidates can download the ICAR Admit Card 2017 by entering their Application Number and Password on the official website. On the downloaded copy of the admit card, candidates have to affix their photograph in the provided space. Put signature and thumb impression as well on it.
The downloaded copy of the admit card must be attested by the Principal of the school last attended or any Gazetted officer. The attested ICAR Admit Card 2017 is a mandatory document to be brought to the Examination Hall for appearing in the examination. The ICAR UG exam and ICAR PG Exam will be conducted on 10 June 2017 and 11 June 2017 respectively.
ICAR Exam will be conducted in two streams and student can appear in any one of the two subjects. Physics & Chemistry Exam will be common for both the streams. ICAR Exam Question paper for the examination shall be bilingual, i.e., in ENGLISH and HINDI. The exam will be held in pen and paper based mode. It will have 180 multiple choice objective type questions.
Questions will have four options each. The students have to answer the question with black/blue ball point pen. Each correctly answered question will earn four marks with a maximum of 720 marks for the paper. For each incorrect answer or questions with multiple answers, there is a negative marking of one mark each. All the three subjects Physics, Chemistry and Agriculture/Biology/Mathematics contains 60 questions each.
If there is any error in the admit card or the candidates are unable to download the hall ticket, they are required to contact the conducting body. The communication is to be done after the last week of May 2017. Candidates are to contact COE (Agril. Edn) or any concerned Nodal Officer on phone. However, if the candidates are unable to obtain exam center or roll number then they must contact the Nodal Officer of the respective Examination City centre. The Nodal Office is to be contacted two days before the examination.