is there any bsc geology entrance exam that consist of geology questions
BSc Geology is an applied science so you need to undergo a systematic learning of basic science subjects i.e. physics, chemistry mathematics and biology. So it you sit for any entrance exam you there will be questions from physics chemistry and mathematics and biology.
But there are also many top colleges in take admission in BSC geology on merit based.
Can i give NEET 3rd attempt while doing Bsc 2nd year. zoology hons and botany as subsidiary and geology. i dont have chemistry or physic in my sallybus thats why i am concerned.
As of now, there is no upper age limit for NEET and so even if you do not have Chemistry or Physics in your B.Sc, because NEET is written after your 12th, if you have studied Physics, Chemistry and Biology as your core subjects in your 12th you can appear for NEET. And So to be eligible for NEET, you should have completed your 12th, passed in all subjects and secure a minimum aggregate of 50% in Physics, Chemistry and Biology. It is 50% for General Category, 45% for PWD and 40% for OBC,SC,ST. Now if you belong to OBC Category, the Category you belong to should be also listed in the Central OBC list. Or else you will be considered as General Category and so you have to secure a minimum aggregate of 50% in Physics, Chemistry and Biology. This 50% is inclusive of the Theory and Practical marks scored in Physics, Chemistry and Biology collectively. You needn't score 50% in Physics, 50% in Chemistry and 50% in Biology separately. You need an aggregate of 50% or 40% depending on your Category as an aggregate in Physics, Chemistry and Biology. And along with Physics, Chemistry and Biology, you should also have studied English as one of the core subjects in your 12th. If you are planning on preparing for NEET, you can try our NEET Knockout package: https://learn.careers360.com/knockout-neet-may/
bhu uet sample paper for bsc geology honours
You can get BHU UET previous year paper for Maths Group by visiting the official website mentioned below;
Going through this will make you acquaint with paper pattern, marking scheme, topics and other relevant details pertaining to the preparation of the exam.
how can I prepared for iit jam in geology 2021. please give me some suggestions
IIT JAM 2021 syllabus has been released along with the information brochure of JAM 2021. The syllabus of IIT JAM 2021 carries various topics, units and chapters for different test papers.
While preparing for IIT JAM, candidates must go through the topic/section-wise syllabus of Geology and it will help define all the topics to be studied for the entrance exam. Without knowing the syllabus and the topics well, it’s difficult to know how and where to start the preparation from - to decide what to study and what not to. Furthermore, once you know the syllabus, it will be easier for you to prepare.
Topics are - Palaeontology, Geomorphology, Structural Geology, Mineralogy, The Planet Earth, Stratigraphy, Economic Geology, Applied Geology, Petrology.
I hope this will help you.
All the best!!
iit jam sample question 2013 in geology
You can get IIT JAM Sample paper for Geology of previous all the years at http://jam.iitkgp.ac.in/?id=jdl
Going through this help you be acquainted with paper pattern, topics, marking scheme, it'll further help you understand your strong and weak areas, hence it'll be helpful in your preparation process.
iit jam sample question 2014 for geology
Here I'm attaching a link by which you can get IIT JAM geology 2014 sample question paper, you just need to go through the link and you will see the option there to download the sample question paper.
Here is the link for IIT JAM geology 2014 sample question paper:
Hope this helps, all the best.
Which one has better scope for govt. related jobs, b. Sc. Geology or b. Sc. Agriculture?
I hope you're doing well.
Well, first let's look into these 2 courses in brief:
1. BSC GEOLOGY : it is a 3 year undergraduate programme whose focus is on earth science.
Eligibility: Minimum 55% aggregate in class 12 with PCM.
Fees : The average fees for bsc geology is around 10,000 to 30,000.
Scope : Several job opportunities are available after completing BSc in Geology- Geologist, Petrologist, Hydrogeologist, Mine Supervisor, etc in some of the top companies. The starting salary offered after BSc Geology is around INR 3-4 LPA.
Some of the best colleges are presidency college, hansraj college, st. Xavier's Mumbai, etc.
2. BSC AGRICULTURE
it is a four year undergraduate programme which primarily focuses on research and development of agricultural sector.
Eligibility: minimum 50% aggregate in class 12 with subjects physics, chemistry and biology.
Fees : INR 2L- 3L is the average fee for this course.
Scope : as we know, india is an agriculture based economy, almost 60%of our population is dependent on agriculture. There are various career opportunities for bsc agriculture such as
1. Agriculture officer
2. Agriculture research scientist
3. Marketing executive
5. Agriculture technician
6. Rice breeder, and many more.
The starting salary is around 2L to 4.5 L pa.
So, both of these courses are good, what matters is your interest mainly. Do whatever you feel will be more interesting for you, something you will enjoy.
But yeah,according to the statistics, bscin agriculture has more scope in government jobs.
I hope my answer helps you.
cut off mark of Dd college based on 2020 ranking in zoology and geology
can i get admission in pu with 91.4167 percentile in bsc hons courses anthropolgy or geology or any other course in general cateogary
how to prepare for DU msc geology?
Start a very high energy preparation for ateast 5 months before the date of the entrance exam. But you should start a silent preparation before 1 year atleast to crack with a good score in the exam.
Give special attention to some of the topics like
- Physical Geology
- Applied Geology
- Economic Geology
- The Planet
Check previous year question papers and go through the basics of each and every subject which is taught to you. The regular revision matters a lot more than any other things during the preparation time. At many points you will find that remembering all the things simultaneously becomes hard; make short key words based notes and map notes to quickly revise all points. All the important experimental questions, concepts must be written separately in a short note so as to keep them revising on one go this will help you in NAT type questions. Refer good textbooks and keep solving and analyzing the questions. Try to be more concise and precise over concepts and basic knowledge rather than running on path of blind.
All The Best
Thank you, feel free to ask any questions anytime