The IARI Assistant Mains exam was conducted on 21st June 2023 at various examination centres. We are going to do the exam analysis of this examination in this article.
The mains exam was only conducted on 21st June 2023 at various centres throughout India.
Assistant Mains Exam Analysis
Let’s first discuss the exam pattern of stage 2 of the assistant examination conducted by the IARI. This exam was conducted in 3 stages and 2 stages include 2 modules. The first module includes the MCQ-based exam and the second module includes a Descriptive examination.
|Second Module (Descriptive Paper)
|12:30 PM to 01:30 PM
|First Module (MCQ-Based Paper)
|01:30 PM to 3:30 PM
Write an Essay on one of the following topics in 250 words.
- Self-reliant India
- G-20: One Earth, One Family, One Future
- Organic Farming
Do one of the following.
- Write a letter to your teacher appreciating his/her contribution to educating and changing your life.
- Write a letter to your friend sharing your experience of online classes.
Write a short Note on the following.
- Old parents are good in old age Home Facilities or care centres.
- Mobile Phone: A boon or a bane.
- Yoga: Union of mind and body.
Question 4 (It consists of two parts)
Write a short note on Technology in Education.
Write a summary of the following passage in 100 words.
Smart farming, also known as precision agriculture, has emerged as a revolutionary approach to modernizing and optimizing agricultural practices. It leverages advanced technologies such as the Internet of Things (IoT), artificial intelligence (AI), and data analytics to enhance crop yield, reduce resource consumption, and minimize environmental impact. India, with its vast agricultural sector, has recognized the potential of smart farming and has implemented various initiatives, including the Atmanirbhar Bharat Abhiyan (Self-Reliant India Campaign).
The Atmanirbhar Bharat Abhiyan, launched by the Government of India, aims to promote self-reliance and sustainable development across multiple sectors, including agriculture. Under this scheme, the government has emphasized the adoption of smart farming practices to transform Indian agriculture into a technologically advanced and efficient sector. By integrating IoT sensors, drones, and AI-based analytics, farmers can monitor soil moisture levels, temperature, and crop health in real time. This data-driven approach enables precise irrigation, optimized use of fertilizers and pesticides, and early detection of diseases or pest infestations. By embracing smart farming techniques, India can enhance agricultural productivity, ensure food security, and promote the overall growth and development of rural communities.
Note: This passage is not the same as the examination but it resembles 40% and all the remaining questions written above are the same as they were asked in mains examination of the IARI assistant.
In this section, questions were asked from Quantitative Aptitude (QA) and English subjects.
|No of Questions
|Marks of Each question
All the questions are asked from Arithmetic and there were 2 questions asked from Mensuration. And the level of the questions was very easy or equivalent to Bank Clerk Prelims.
The level of this section was also very easy.
- Correct the word (incorrect word)
- Find out the wrong portion in a sentence.
- one or two-sentence arrangement (para jumbled)
- synonyms and antonyms
- 4 passages and 4 questions each
- Fill in the blanks