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RPSC Syllabus 2021:

Name of Board Rajasthan Public Service Commission (RPSC)
Post Name Evaluation Officer, Deputy Commandant, Agriculture Research Officer (ARO) & Agriculture Officer
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Status Exam Pattern & Syllabus Released

RPSC Exam Pattern 2021:

Exam Type Maximum Marks No. Of Questions Duration
Objective Type Paper 180 180 3 Hours

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RPSC Syllabus 2021:

Evaluation Officer:

Unit-I:

Historical Rajasthan :- Pre and Proto-historical sites of Rajasthan. Important historical centers of early Christian Era. Prominent rulers of major Rajput dynasties of Rajasthan and their achievements & contributions – Guhilas- Sisodiyas,Chauhans, Rathores and Kachchawas.

Emergence of Modern Rajasthan: Agents of Social Awakening in Rajasthan during 19th and 20th Centuries. Political Awakening: role of newspapers and political institutions. Praja Mandal movement in various princely states in 20th century. Integration of Rajasthan.

Art of Rajasthan: Architectural tradition of Rajasthan-temples, fort and palaces from ancient to modern period ; Various schools of paintings which developed during medieval period; Classical Music and Classical Dance, Folk Music & Instruments; Folk Dances & Drama.

Language & Literature: Dialects of Rajasthani Language, Literature of Rajasthani language and Folk literature.

Religious Life: Religious communities, Saints and Sects in Rajasthan. Folk deities of Rajasthan.

Social Life in Rajasthan: Fairs and festivals; Social customs and traditions; attires and ornaments.

Unit-II:

Geography of Rajasthan :- Broad physical features- Mountains, Plateaus, Plains & Desert, Major Climatic types; Major rivers and lakes; Major soil types and distribution; Major crops; Major Industries, Droughts and Desertification; Environmental Concerns.

Unit-III

Constitutional Framework: Governor, Chief Minister and council of Ministers, Legislative Assembly, High Court. Administrative Set up: Secretariat and chief Secretary, District Administration, its Revenue, Law and order and Development wings. Local Self Government: Panchayat Raj Institutions, Municipal Bodies, District Planning Committee. Democratic Politics: Political competition, Party system, Civil Society, People’s movements. Planning: Political Economy of Rajasthan, Plan Formulation, Twenty Point Programme, Bhamashah Yojana.

Unit-IV:

Growth and Development. Inclusive growth and sustainable development. Mobilization of resources and Tax reforms in India. Problem of subsidies and cash transfers. Fiscal reforms and FRBM Act. Role of foreign capital and Foreign Direct Investment. Finance commission, Planning commission and NITI Aayog. Problems and challenges of Indian agriculture. Effects of liberalization on the Economy, changes in Industrial policy and their effects on Industrial growth. Role and functions of commercial banks and Reserve Bank of India. Monetary policy – objectives and instruments. Economy of Rajasthan. State Domestic Product of Rajasthan-trends and structure. Development of agriculture and Animal Husbandry in the State. Irrigation and power projects. Growth of Industrial sector and policy formulation in Rajasthan. Constraints in the agricultural and industrial development
of the State. Foreign investment and Public Private Partnership model for development of the State. Externally Aided Development Projects. Planning scenerio in the State, State Finance commissions and fiscal management in Rajasthan. Poverty alleviation, employment generation and social sector development programmes in the State.

Unit-V

Data Collection and Graphical Representation- Primary and Secondary data, questionnaire and schedule, histogram, frequency polygon and frequency curve, bar diagrams, pie-charts, two dimensional and three dimensional representation of data.

Measures of Central Tendency and Dispersion- Arithmetic mean, median, mode, geometric mean, harmonic mean, ogive curve, quartile deviation, mean deviation, standard deviation, moments, skewness and kurtosis.

Probability and Distributions- Classical and axiomatic definition of probability, conditional probability, Baye’s theorem and its applications, Binomial, Poisson and Normal distributions. Applications of Chi-square, t and F- distributions.

Sampling Techniques- Simple random sampling with and without replacement, stratified random sampling, proportional and optimum allocation, systematic sampling, cluster and two stage sampling, sampling of attributes. Probability and non-probability sampling.

Statistical Inference- Parameter and estimator, properties of good estimators consistency, unbiasedness, efficiency and sufficiency, maximum likelihood estimators. Simple and composite hypotheses, critical region, type I and type II errors, power of the test.

Unit-VI

Basic Concepts :- Society, Community, Association & Institution Social Groups (Primary & Secondary Groups, Reference group), Social position : Status & Role, Norms and Values. Social Processes :- Co-operation, Accommodation, Assimilation, Competition & Conflict. Social Problems :- Poverty, Unemployment, Domestic Violence, Corruption, Cyber-crime, Aids, Juvenile Delinquency, Tribes in Rajasthan.

Unit-VII

Sequence completion, coding-decoding, odd man out, direction test, seating arrangements, logical venn diagrams, finding missing number or character. Logical Reasoning- Syllogism: statement and conclusion, statement- arguments, statement assumption, statement- course of action. Analytical reasoning: Shapes and their subsections, problems on dice.

Unit-VIII:

Important Events: State, National and International. Important Personalities and Places: State, National and International. Games and Sports: Important Sports Institutes (National & State), Sports Competitions and Awards (International, National and State) prominent sportspersons (National and State).

Deputy Commandant:

Unit-I:

History of India :- Evolution of modern India : Socio- cultural reforms during 19th century; emergence of Nationalism – causes of political awakening, formation of Indian National Congress and the contribution of Moderates and Extremists, Revolutionary stream of Nationalism and Gandhian Movements.

Historical Rajasthan: Pre and Proto-historical sites of Rajasthan. Important historical centers of early Christian Era. Prominent rulers of major Rajput dynasties of Rajasthan and their achievements & contributions – Guhilas- Sisodiyas, Chauhans, Rathores and Kachchawas.

Emergence of Modern Rajasthan: Agents of Social Awakening in Rajasthan during 19th and 20th Centuries. Political Awakening: Role of newspapers and political institutions. Tribal and peasant movements in 20th century, Praja Mandal movement in various princely states in 20th century. Integration of Rajasthan.

Art of Rajasthan: Architectural tradition of Rajasthan: temples, forts and palaces from ancient to modern period ; Various schools of paintings developed during medieval period; Classical Music and Classical Dance, Folk Music & Instruments; Folk Dances & Drama.

Language & Literature: Dialects of Rajasthani Language, Literature of Rajasthani language and Folk literature.

Religious Life: Religious communities, Saints and Sects of Rajasthan. Folk deities of
Rajasthan.

Social Life in Rajasthan: Fairs and festivals; Social customs and traditions; attires and
ornaments. Tribal communities of Rajasthan.

Unit-II:

Geography of India :- Broad physical features- Mountain, Plateaus, Plains; Major rivers, climate, population growth, density and distribution.

Geography of Rajasthan :- Broad physical features- Mountain, Plateaus, Plains & desert; major rivers and lakes; major climatic types; major soil types & distribution; forest types and distribution; major crops; major metallic & non- metallic minerals; major industries; population growth, density & distribution.

Unit-III:

Indian Constitution: Framing, Preamble, Fundamental Rights, Directive Principles of State Policy, Fundamental Duties. Union Government: President, Prime Minister and Council of Ministers, Parliament, Supreme Court. Central Administration: Classification of services, Central Secretariat, Cabinet Secretariat, Cabinet Secretary, Ministry of Home Affairs.

State Government (Rajasthan): Governor, Chief Minister and Council of Ministers, Legislature, High Court. State Administration (Rajasthan): State Secretariat, Chief Secretary, Home Department, Police Commissionerate system, District Administration.

Security Issues: Regional and International security architecture, Idea of India and threats to India’s integrity, Internal Security Scenario, National Security Advisor, Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act., National Security Act.

Unit-IV

General awareness, comprehension and appreciation of basics of everyday science, Electronics, Computers, Information and Communication Technology, Human body, Food and nutrition, Health Care, Environmental problems and ecological issues, Wildlife and biodiversity with special emphasis to the state of Rajasthan, Biotechnology and genetic engineering

Unit-V:

Sequence completion, coding-decoding, odd man out, direction test, seating arrangements, logical venn diagrams, finding missing number or character. Logical Reasoning-Syllogism: statement and conclusion, statement- arguments, statement assumption, statement- course of action. Analytical reasoning : Shapes and their subsections, problems on dice.

Unit-VI:

Important Events: State, National and International. Important Personalities and Places: State, National and International. Games and Sports: Important Sports Institutes (National & State), Sports Competitions and Awards (International, National and State) prominent sportspersons (National and State).

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Agriculture Research Officer (ARO):

Unit-I:

Historical Rajasthan : Pre and Proto-historical sites of Rajasthan. Important historical centers of early Christian Era. Prominent rulers of major Rajput dynasties of Rajasthan and their achievements & contributions – Guhilas- Sisodiyas,Chauhans, Rathores and Kachchawas.

Emergence of Modern Rajasthan: Agents of Social Awakening in Rajasthan during 19th and 20th Centuries. Political Awakening: role of newspapers and political institutions. Praja Mandal movement in various princely states in 20th century. Integration of Rajasthan.

Art of Rajasthan: Architectural tradition of Rajasthan-temples, fort and palaces from ancient to modern period ; Various schools of paintings which developed during medieval period; Classical Music and Classical Dance, Folk Music & Instruments; Folk Dances & Drama.

Language & Literature: Dialects of Rajasthani Language, Literature of Rajasthani language and Folk literature.

Religious Life: Religious communities, Saints and Sects in Rajasthan. Folk deities of Rajasthan.

Social Life in Rajasthan: Fairs and festivals; Social customs and  traditions; attires and ornaments.

Geography of Rajasthan :- Broad physical features- Mountains, Plateaus, Plains & Desert; Major Climatic types; Major rivers and lakes; Major forest types and distribution; Population growth, Density and Distribution; Desertification, Droughts & Floods; Environmental pollution and Ecological concerns.

PART-B- (AGRICULTURE CHEMISTRY)

Unit-II:

Chemical (elemental) composition of the earth’s crust and soils. Elements of equilibrium, thermodynamics, chemical equilibria, electrochemistry, chemical kinetics and Electrode potential. Soil Colloids : Inorganic and organic colloids – origin of charge concept of point of zero charge (PZC), diffuse double layer theories of soil colloids, zeta potential, stability, coagulation/flocculation and peptization of soil colloids : electrometric properties of soil colloids; adsorption and desorption properties of soil colloids; soil organic matter –
fractionation of soil organic matter and different fractions, clay organic interactions.

Unit-III:

Cation and anion exchange process in soil. AEC, CEC; buffering capacity, experimental methods to study ion exchange phenomena and practical implications in plant nutrition. Soil reaction and its influences on nutrient availability. Potassium, phosphate and ammonium fixation in soils. Chemistry of acid soils; active and potential acidity; lime potential; sub-soil acidity. Chemistry and electrochemistry of submerged soils (Redox potential, oxidation reduction potential), soil pesticide interaction.

Unit-IV:

Structural chemistry, classification of minerals, chemical composition and properties of clay minerals; genesis and transformation of crystalline and non-crystalline clay minerals; amorphous soil constituents and other non crystalline silicate minerals; clay minerals in Indian soils.

Unit-V:

Factors of soil formation, soil forming processes; weathering of rocks and mineral transformation; soil profile; weathering sequences of minerals with special reference to Indian soils. Concept of soil individual; soil classification system-historical developments and modern system of soil classification with special emphasis on soil taxonomy; soil classification and soil maps.

Unit-VI:

Soil survey and its types; soil survey techniques, soil survey interpretations, soil mapping, mapping units, techniques for generation of soil maps. Landform – major soil groups of India with special reference to Rajasthan, land capability classification and land irritability classification, land evaluation. Remote sensing and GIS techniques of soil and water and crop studies.

Unit-VII:

Soil physical properties : soil texture, structure, bulk density, particle density, aggregates, soil consistency, soil colour, soil air and soil temperature. Influence of soil temperature and air on plant growth; soil moisture: classification, constants, energy relationship, movement in saturated and unsaturated condition and management.

Unit-VIII:

Soil fertility and soil productivity; nutrient sources – fertilizers and manures, essential plant nutrients – functions and deficiency symptoms. Sources; forms, immobilization and mineralization of N,P,K and S. Micronutrients; critical limits in soil and plants; factor effecting their availability and correction of their deficiencies in plants, role of chelates in nutrient availability. Manufacturing processes for different fertilizers using various raw materials, characteristics and nutrient contents.

Unit-IX:

Principles of pH meter, EC meter, colorimeter and flame photometer. Common soil test methods for fertilizer recommendations; quantity intensity relationships; soil test crop response correlations and response functions. Fertilizer use efficiency; fertilizer recommendations – usefulness and limitations; site-specific nutrient management, plant need based nutrient management; integrated nutrient management, soil fertility evaluation – knowledge of conduct of field trails/experiments, soil health, indicators for
determining soil health, soil quality management and sustainability.

Unit-X:

Soil biota, microbiology and biochemistry of root-soil interface, phyllosphere, rhizosphere, soil microbial biomass (C, N and P), soil enzymes, microbial transformation of nitrogen, phosphorus, sulphur, iron and manganese in soil, biochemical and biodegradation of soil organic matter. Soil organic matter and humus, fractions, structure, formation, C:N ratio, recycling of agricultural and industrial wastes, biological nitrogen fixation and bio-fertilizers. Chemical composition of FYM, Vermicompost, poultry manure and common organic manures.

Unit-XI:

Area, distribution and management of salt affected soils and poor quality waters, acid soils, acid sulphate soils, highly and slowly permeable soils. Soil erosion, extent, type and effects, soil conservation techniques, water harvesting techniques and watershed management, remote sensing for soil and watershed management.

Unit-XII:

Soil, water and air pollution problems associated with agriculture, nature and extent. Remediation/amelioration of contaminated soil and water.

Unit-XIII:

Preparation of solutions for standard curves, analytical reagents, qualitative reagents, indicators and standard solutions for acid-base. Oxidation reduction and complex metric titration.

Unit-XIV:

Determination of nutrient potentials and potential buffering capacities of soils for phosphorus and potassium, estimation of phosphorus, ammonium and potassium fixation capacities of soils. Electrochemical titration of clays; determination of cation and anion exchange capacities of soils, estimation of exchangeable cations, estimations of root cation exchange capacity. Analysis of soil and plant samples for essential nutrients.

Unit-XV:

Radioactivity and units, radioisotopes- properties and decay principles, nature and properties of nuclear radiations. Principles and use of radiation monitoring instruments. GM- Counter, solid and liquid scintillation counters. Neutron moisture meter, mass- spectrometry, auto- radiography. Dosages of radiation exposure, radiation safety regulatory aspects.

Agriculture Officer:

PART-A (General Knowledge of Rajasthan):

Unit-I:

Historical Rajasthan :- Pre and Proto-historical sites of Rajasthan. Important historical centers of early Christian Era. Prominent rulers of major Rajput dynasties of Rajasthan and their achievements & contributions – Guhilas- Sisodiyas,Chauhans, Rathores and Kachchawas.

Emergence of Modern Rajasthan: Agents of Social Awakening in Rajasthan during 19th and 20th Centuries. Political Awakening: role of newspapers and political institutions. Praja Mandal movement in various princely states in 20th century. Integration of  Rajasthan.

Art of Rajasthan: Architectural tradition of Rajasthan-temples, fort and palaces from ancient to modern period ; Various schools of paintings which developed during medieval period; Classical Music and Classical Dance, Folk Music & Instruments; Folk Dances & Drama.

Language & Literature: Dialects of Rajasthani Language, Literature of Rajasthani
language and Folk literature.

Religious Life: Religious communities, Saints and Sects in Rajasthan. Folk deities
of Rajasthan.

Social Life in Rajasthan: Fairs and festivals; Social customs and traditions; attires
and ornaments.

Geography of Rajasthan :- Broad physical features- Mountains, Plateaus, Plains & Desert; Major Climatic types; Major rivers and lakes; Major forest types and distribution;
Population growth, Density and Distribution; Desertification, Droughts & Floods;
Environmental pollution and Ecological concerns. -50 Questions

PART-B (AGRICULTURE):

UNIT-II:

Agro-climatic zones of India and Rajasthan. Weather forecasting and climate, remote sensing. Modern concepts in crop production. Soil reaction, interaction, soilplant–water relationship, organic manures, fertilizers and bio-fertilizers, integrated nutrient management, concept of site specific nutrient management. Irrigation scheduling and efficiency, pressurized irrigation system. Integrated weed management:- Management of parasitic and aquatic weeds. Problems of soil erosion in arid and semiarid regions. Agronomic practices in soil and water conservation. Integrated watershed management, integrated farming systems. Organic farming

Dry land farming- Constraints in dry farming areas, moisture conservation practices in dry land farming, tillage. Role of agro-forestry in soil and water conservation, silvi-culture, compatibility of crops. Agronomy of important crops- cereals, pulses,  oilseeds, fibre crops, forage crops, sugarcane, sugar beet, potato.

Soils of Rajasthan and India, Essential plant nutrients, their functions, deficiencies and toxicities, Soil fertility and productivity, Nutrient recommendations. Formation and management of saline, saline sodic, sodic and acid soils. Micro-organisms in soils and their role. Physical, Chemical and Biological properties of soil. Clay minerals, Soil reaction and buffering capacity.

UNIT-III

Fruit Science :- Importance of fruit production with special reference to Rajasthan, recent trends in propagation, Nursery, HDP, training & pruning, important physiological disorders, role of bio-regulators, INM, cultivation practices of Mango, Citrus, Banana, Papaya, Sapota, Coconut, Aonla, Pomegranate, Datepalm, Ber, Apple & Bael. Olericulture :- Importance of vegetable production with special reference to Rajasthan, classification of vegetables, nursery, cultivation practices of Tomato, Brinjal, Chilli, Okra, Cucurbits, Sweet Potato, spinach, cauliflower, cabbage, Carrot, Radish, Onion, Garlic, Pea, Isabgol, Aloe vera, Cumin, Fennel, Coriander, Fenugreek, Vetivar, Lamongrass, Hi-tech Horticulture. Floriculture :- Importance and scope of floriculture in Rajasthan. Precision farming, special horticultural practices, Harvest Indices, Post harvest handling. Cultivation practices of Rose, Chrysanthemum, Gerbera, Gladioli, Marigold, Gaillardia etc. Landscape gardening and styles of gardening, Lawn and its maintenance, MBio-aesthetic planning. Importance of Forestry in Rajasthan. PHT:- Importance, Principles and methods of Fruits and vegetable preservation, maturity indices, MAS, CAS, Canning, methods of packing. Preparation of pickles, Jam, Jelly, Sauces & Ketchup, Squash, Preserve and dehydrated products. Food safety standards.

UNIT-IV

Cell and cell division, centre of origin, mendelian principles and heredity, Linkage and Crossing over, Chromosomal Aberration (structure and numerical), multiple allele and Blood group inheritance, Cytoplasmic Inheritance, gene regulation and Interaction. Genetic material (type of DNA and structure), Plant Breeding methods for self and cross pollinated crops, concept of heterosis, Quantitative and Qualitative characters, self in combability and male sterility and its application in plant breeding, hybrid, domestication, acclimatization, Plant Genetic Resource of important crops, crop evolution of Wheat, Cotton, Tobacco, Potato and Mustard group, Breeding for biotic and Abiotic stresses, Inbreeding depression, polyploidy, mutation and mutation breeding , Marker Assisted selection, Release and notification of varieties, IPR, PPV and FR Act. Seed Technology, Seed Production of important crops, minimum seed standard for production and certification. Seed Act, Seed Control Order, Combining ability DNA, recombinant technology, Transgenic crops and their scope. Micro propagation and Tissue Culture Techniques. Molecular Genetic. Variation – It’s causes and importance. Multiple factor hypothesis.

UNIT-V:

Chemistry of carbohydrates, lipids, proteins and plant (phyto) hormones. Chemistry of Nucleic acids and their functions. Outlines of metabolism of carbohydrate, lipid and protein. General account of enzymes, coenzymes and secondary metabolites. Brief out lines of plant tissue culture and plant biotechnology. Molecular markers and their application in Agriculture. Photosynthesis and photorespiration. Respiration. Physiology of flowering, Photoperiodism. Physiology of growth, PGRs and their role. Seed development, germination and dormancy.

UNIT-VI:

Contribution of livestock and poultry in economy of Rajasthan. Livestock devlopment programmes and policies initiated by Government of Rajasthan. Important indigenous, crossbreed and exotic breeds of livestock (cattle, buffaloes, sheep, goats, swine, camels) and poultry. Livestock production systems, and migration of animal in Rajasthan. Livestock behavior and shelter management- Principles of housing, hygiene and sanitation. Management of different categories of animals – calves, growing, pregnant, and lactating animals. Milk synthesis and milking management. Conventional and unconventional feed and fodder resources of Rajasthan and their nutritive value. Hay and silage making, complete feed and fodder blocks, fodder banks. Important infectious and non infectious diseases of livestock and poultry, and their preventive and control measures. Strategies for reducing the impact of climate change: heat and cold stress on livestock and poultry production.

UNIT-VII:

Role and importance of fungi, nematodes, viroids, phytoplasma, bacteria, viruses and other micro-organisms in Agriculture. Classification, morphology, growth nutrition  and reproduction of fungi, bacteria and viruses. IDM, Bio control disease management. Major diseases (Fungal, bacterial, viral, Phytoplasma and nematode) of field crops, vegetables and fruits of Rajasthan and their management. Mushroom production  technology. Plant quarantine.

UNIT-VIII:

Insect pest spectrum in Rajasthan and their classification. Assessment of crop losses and their application in pest management. Insecticidal application, hazards and safety precautions, Insecticide formulation and their dilutions. Detection of insect infestation in stored products and their management. Community compaign strategies for management of white grub, grasshopper, Locust, fall army worm etc. Integrated pest management. Insecticidal pollution, residues and tolerance limit. Identification, nature of damage, bionomics and management of insect pests of major crops of Rajasthan. Lac culture, Sericulture & Apiculture. Mites and their management.

UNIT-IX:

Agricultural Engineering : Farm power and machinery, bullock and tractor drawn implements, Tools, Measurements of irrigation water, Water lifting devices. Agriculture
Statistics : Measurement of Central Tendency, Standard error and deviation, Correlation,
Regression, Test of Significance, F & Chi Square test, Experimental designs-CRD, RBD,
SPD.

UNIT-X:

Peculiarities of Indian Agriculture, place of agriculture in Indian Economy. NITI Aayog. Consumer behaviour, demand, supply, demand Schedule and supply schedule, market equilibrium, elasticity, Principles of farm management. Agricultural marketing, marketing functions and institutions, WTO, contract farming, future markets. Prices of agricultural commodities. e-NAM, Agricultural finance and credit, credit institutions, cooperative Banks, crop insurance. Demonstration, NABARD, GST. Agricultural development and poverty alleviation programmes. Agricultural production functions Characteristics and optimization. Project Appraisal Techniques.

UNIT-XI

Objectives and principles of extension education. Need assessment, bench mark survey and PRA Technique. Programmes of extension in India specially Shriniketan, Marthandam, Gurgaon Experiment, Etawah Pilot Project, Nilokheri Project, CDP, Panchayat Raj, IADP, IAAP, HYVP, KVK, IVLP, ORP, IRDP, T&V system, Lab to Land, ATIC, RKVY, MGNREGA, ND, SGSY, JRY, PMRY, PMFBY, Soil Health Card, NRLM etc. Recent Skill Development schemes specially PMKVY, EETP, NEEM, ASCI etc. Teaching methods, ICT applications in TOT, verbal and non-verbal communication, Diffusion and adoption of innovation- concept, meaning and stages of adoption, adopter categories, Rural leadership- types and role of leaders in rural context, Rural Social Institutions, caste, family and social groups, Programme planning- principles and steps in programme development, impact assessment, Participatory training techniques, Front line demonstrations, field days, kisan mela, campaign, writing reports, radio talk, TV talk, writing of Farm Literature and scientific information, Identification and documentation of ITK.

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