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How To Prepare For RBI Gr B 2020 Exam or Strategy Of Cracking Rbi Gr B 2020 Exam

How To Prepare For RBI Gr B 2018 Exam or Strategy Of Cracking Rbi Gr B  2020 Exam
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Start preparing the descriptive topics at first to form your concept. Go through each topic and revise regularly. After you form a concept the try to answer the short questions. When you are done with it solve the MCqs.
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NABARD GR A ESI ARD STUDY MATERIAL :The 20th Livestock Census of India

The 20th Livestock Census of India 2019 Highlights are as follows: The total Livestock population is 78 million in the country showing an increase of 4.6% over Livestock Census-2012 Total Bovine population (Cattle, Buffalo, Mithun and Yak) is 79 Million in 2019 which shows an increase of about 1% over the previous census. The total number of cattle in the country in 2019 is 49 million showing an increase of 0.8 % over previous Census. The Female Cattle (Cows population) is 12 million, increased by 18.0% over the previous census (2012). The Exotic/Crossbred and Indigenous/Non-descript Cattle population in the country is 42 million and 142.11 million respectively. The Indigenous/Non-descript female cattle population has increased by 10% in 2019 as compared to previous census. The population of the total Exotic/Crossbred Cattle has increased by 9% in 2019 as compared to previous census. There is a decline of 6% in the total Indigenous/ Non-descript cattle population over the previous census. How…

NABARD GR A 2020 EXAM AGRICULTURE STUDY MATERIAL

AGRICULTURE SPECIAL 
The minimum, maximum (above which crop growth ceases) and optimum temperature of individual’s plant is called as cardinal temperature.
Crops    Min ΒΊC  Opt ΒΊC Max ΒΊC Rice       10              32         36-38 wheat    4.5             20        30-32 Maize    8-10          20         40-43 Sorghum 12-13     25          40 Tobacco  12-14     29          35
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NABARD GR A 2020 STUDY MATERIAL AGRICULTURE :Special purpose crops

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(i) Row crops: Crops which are grown in rows with uniform spacing throughout the field. e. g. cotton, castor, sorghum, etc. (ii) Support crops: certain fast growing crops work as supporter to vine crops. e.g. castor, shevri in betel vine, sorghum in cowpea/bean. (iii) Wind break crops: Crops which are grown on boundaries to protect the field crops from wind. (iv) Cover crops: Cover crops are grown primarily to cover the soil and to reduce the lost of moisture and erosion by wind and water. e.g. groundnut, kidney bean, cowpea, mung bean. (v) Silage crops: Crop which are preserved in a succulent condition by partial fermentation in a tight silo pit. e.g. maize, sorghum, bajra. (vi) Cash crops: crop grown for sale and brings money immediately. e.g. cotton, tobacco, potato, sugarcane. (vii) Green manure crops: Any crop which are grown and buried into the soil for improving the soil condition by the addition of organic matter. e.g. sun hemp, d…

NABARD GR A 2020 EXAM STUDY MATERIAL ESI ARD: National Dairy Plan

♨️♨️National Dairy Plan♨️♨️
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National Dairy Plan PhaseI(NDPI) is a Central Sector Scheme being implemented by the National Dairy Development Board (NDDB) through
End Implementing Agencies (EIA) for a period
of 2011-12 to 2018-19. NDP I is a scientifically planned multi-state initiative with the following Project Development Objectives: ♨️To help increase productivity of milch animals and thereby increase milk production to meet the rapidly growing demand for milk. ♨️To help provide rural milk producers with greater access to the organised milk processing sector. ♨️Under it, the efforts to increase milk production through increase in productivity would need to be supported by expanding the setting up of village based milk procurement systems to collect milk in a fair and transparent manner and ensure

STUDY MATERIAL FOR NABARD GR A EXAM 2020 AGRICULTURE : Classification of soil water

Classification of soil water @ Physical 1. Gravitational water : < - 1/3 bar
2. Capillary water : 1/3 to -31bar
3. Hygroscopic water : > - 31 bar @ Biological 1. Available water : 1/3 to -15 bar
2. Unavailable water : > -15
3. Super floweous water:beyond field capacity
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NABARD GR A AGRICULTURE STUDY MATERIAL 2020 : DIVISION OF HORTICULTURE

DIVISION OF HORTICULTURE
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Pomology: The term Pomology is derived from the Latin word ‘pomum’ meaning ‘fruits’ and the Greek term ‘logy’ meaning Science. Thus, pomology is the science of production of fruit crops. OR The science of growing fruit crops. (a) Tree fruits: Fruits are produced on tree e.g. Mango, Chiku, Citrus etc. (b) Small fruits: Fruits are produced on shrubs or vines e.g. Phalsa, Raspberry, Mulberry, Grapes, Gooseberry, Strawberry πŸ”ΆOlericulture: The term Olericulture is originated from Latin word ‘oleris’ meaning pot herb and the English word culture meaning raising of plants. Thus, olericulture is the science of vegetable crops. OR The cultivation of vegetable crops. e.g. brinjal, tomato, potato, radish, carrot, chilli, bottle gourd. πŸ”ΆFloriculture: It is a science of cultivation of flowers and ornamental plants for commercial purposes or merely for getting pleasure and as a hobby. πŸ”ΆLandscape gardening: It is a science of designing and laying out h…