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Exam Highlights
  • Exam Name
    UP Veterinary Entrance
  • Mode of Conduction
    Offline
  • Exam Duration
    2 hours
  • Official Website
    https://upvetuniv.edu.in/
  • Total Marks
    800
  • Total No. of Questions
    200
  • No. of Sections
    4
  • Medium of the exam
    English and Hindi
  • Marking Scheme
    +4: correct answer and no negative markings for incorrect answers.
Exam Dates
  • Start of Registration Process
    May 16, 2022
  • End of Registration Process
    August 1, 2022.
  • Admit Card Release Date
    to be notified
  • Declaration of Result
    to be notified
  • Exam Date
    to be notified
Eligibilty Criteria

Candidates must follow the minimum eligibility criteria for UP Veterinary Entrance Exam 2022 in order to proceed for the next round. Course-wise eligibility criteria for the entrance exam are mentioned below.

B.V. Sc & A.H. Degree

  • Candidates should be cleared the 10+2 examination with a minimum 50% marks in aggregate, and with subjects such as Physics, Chemistry, Biology, and English as main from a recognized board. There will be 5% relaxation only for the candidate who belongs to a reserved categories such as SC/ST/OBC.
  • In this course, the minimum and maximum age limit will be 17 years and 25 years respectively.
  • Candidates from the NRI quota should have passed 10+2 or equivalent exam with minimum of 50% marks in aggregate from a recognized board and with the subjects Physics, Chemistry, Biology or Biotechnology, and English. It is not required for the candidate to appear for the PVT 2022 Exam.

M.V. Sc and PhD

  • A candidate needs to be cleared B.V. Sc & A.H. examination from a recognised board of The Veterinary Council of India.
  • For the master programme, a candidate from unreserved category need to have 6.00/10 or equivalent percentage of marks, and candidates belonging to a reserved category like SC/ST/PH must have 5.50/10 or equivalent percentage of marks.
  • It is mandatory for the candidate of the general category to secure at least 6.5/10 percentage of marks in the course of the master level, and 6.0/10 percentage of marks for the candidates of reserved category like SC/ST/PH.

Note: In this case, ICAR guidelines will be followed and OGPA formula will be taken in the year the candidate has passed.

B.Sc./M.Sc./Ph.D (College of Biotechnology)

  • For B.Sc. in Biotechnology/ Industrial Microbiology: The candidate from the general category must have secured minimum 60% marks in aggregate in 10+2 examination with the subject Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English as main. Minimum percentage marks for the candidates of SC/ST category is 55%.
  • For M.Sc./M.V.Sc. Biotechnology: The candidate of General category needs to have minimum 60% and 55% marks for another category in B.Sc. (Zoology, Botany, Chemistry)/B.Sc. (Biotechnology)/B.Tech. (Biotech)/ B.V.Sc. & A.H./B.Sc. (Agriculture)/ B.Sc. (Fisheries)

Diploma Course in Veterinary Pharmacy and Livestock Extension

  • A candidate should have passed 10+2 examinations with 50% marks, and with the subject physics, chemistry, biology and English from a recognised board. 45% of marks will be considered only for the candidates of reserved category like SC/ST/OBC, etc.
  • The candidate needs to get through PDET 2022 exam that is conducted by DUVASU.
Exam Pattern
Exam Mode Offline (Pen and Paper based) only
Number of Papers 1
Number of Sections 3 (Physics, Chemistry, Zoology, and Botany)
Question Paper Type Objective type (200 questions)
Total marks 150 Marks (Paper 1- 100, Paper 2- 50)
Exam Duration 3 hours
Language of question paper Both English and Hindi
Syllabus

The syllabus of the exam is by and large based on the syllabus of class XI and XII for Physics, Chemistry, Botany and Zoology. Each subject cover 50 questions in the paper. Knowledge of syllabus is the first thing a candidate must acquire before starting preparations as; it is like a guiding compass that will guide you throughout your preparations.

The detailed subject-wise syllabus for the exam is mentioned below.

Physics

Physics is an important part of Preliminary Paper. The questions asked in Physics are both numerical and logical type. Physics comprises of 50 questions in the paper. The details regarding the units and topics of the syllabus from which questions are asked in the exam are tabled below.

Units Sub-topics/Chapters
Electrostatics Electric Charges and Fields
Electrostatic Potential and Capacitance
Current Electricity Current Electricity
Magnetic Effect of Current and Magnetism Moving Charges and Magnetism
Magnetism and Matter
Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Current Electromagnetic Induction
Alternating Current
Electromagnetic Waves Electromagnetic Waves
Optics Ray Optics and Optical Instruments
Wave Optics
Dual Nature of Matter Dual Nature of Radiation and Matter
Atoms and Nuclei Atoms
Nuclei
Electronic Devices Semiconductor Electronics
Communication System -

Chemistry

Chemistry is an integral part of the prelims paper. Chemistry along with Physics makes a complete of 100 questions that is 50 questions a piece. The detailed syllabus of Chemistry is tabled below.

Units Sub-topics/Chapters
Solid state Solid State
Solutions Solutions
Electrochemistry Electrochemistry
Chemical Kinetics Chemical Kinetics
Surface Chemistry Surface Chemistry
Isolation of Elements Isolation of Elements
p-Block Elements Group 15 Elements
Group 16 Elements
Group 17 Elements
Group 18 Elements
D and F block elements Lanthanoids
Aactinoids
Coordination Compounds Coordination Compounds
Haloalkanes and Haloarenes Haloalkanes
Haloarenes
Uses and Environmental effects
Alcohols, Phenols, Ethers Alcohols
Phenols
Ethers
Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic acid Aldehydes and Ketones
Carboxylic Acids
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Organic compounds containing Nitrogen Amines
Cyanides and Isocyanides
Diazonium salts
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Polymer Polymers
Biomolecules Proteins
Vitamins
Carbohydrates
Nucleic Acids
Chemistry in Everyday Life Chemicals in medicines
Chemical in food
Cleansing agents

Biology

The syllabus of Biology is divided under two separate heads that are Botany and Zoology. The former deals with plant-related aspects whereas the latter deals with animal and human life. Based on the analysis and number of question asked in previous year exams from each topic under Biology we have tabled down the important topics from the syllabus.

Zoology and Botany Important Topics
Environmental Conservation Microbes in Human Welfare
Principle of Inheritance and Variation Photosynthesis
Morphology of Flowering Plants Chemical Coordination and Integration
Cell: The Unit of Life Evolution
Animal Kingdom Excretory Products and Their Elimination
Reproduction Biomolecules
Ecosystems Organism and Populations
Molecular Basis of Inheritance Structural Organization in Animals
Human Health and Diseases Cell Cycle in Animals
Body Fluids and Circulations Biotechnology and Its applications
Neural Control and Coordination Strategies of Enhancement in Food Production
Biotechnology: Principles and Process Digestion and Absorption
Anatomy of Flowering Plants Transport in Plants
Locomotion and Movement Mineral Nutrition
Counselling

UP Veterinary Entrance Exam 2022 Counselling process will be conducted in two phases for UG and PG courses. Seat allotment will be based on the candidate's merit, reservation, and choice filling. And the candidate is allowed to check the result of seat allotment through the online mode by entering various information like roll number, date of birth, courses, password, etc on the official website of the university. Some steps of the counselling process are given below.

  • Counselling registration and document upload
  • Choice filling and locking through online mode
  • Seat allocation process
  • Security fee deposit
  • Report at the university

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