AP Gramasachivalayam Village Sericulture Assistant Recruitment 2019: DEPARTMENT OF SERICULTURE, AMARAVATI, Andhra Pradesh or AP Gramasachivalayam is set to hire eligible Candidates with Must have passed Intermediate Vocational Course in Sericulture / B.Sc. with Sericulture / M.Sc., Sericulture Qualification for Village Sericulture Assistant Posts. The Official AP Gramasachivalayam Village Sericulture Assistant Recruitment Notification has been released. This is a wonderful opportunity to get a government job and ensure a secured future. Read further to know about AP Gramasachivalayam Village Sericulture Assistant Important Dates, Eligibility Criteria, Salary, Exam Pattern, How to Apply & Direct Link to Apply and more for AP Gramasachivalayam Recruitment 2019.
- AP Gramasachivalayam Recruitment 2019 | Apply for 400 Village Sericulture Assistant Posts
- Vacancy Details of AP Gramasachivalayam Recruitment 2019
- Eligibility Criteria
- How to Apply for Village Sericulture Assistant Jobs
- Important Dates for AP Gramasachivalayam Village Sericulture Assistant Application
- Important Links
- Other AP Grama Sachivalayam Jobs
- Village Sericulture Assistant Exam Pattern
- SYLLABUS FOR EXIMANITION TO THE POST OF VILLAGE SERICULTURE ASSISTANT IN ANDHRA PRADESH SERICULTURE SUBORDINATE SERVICE
AP Gramasachivalayam Recruitment 2019 | Apply for 400 Village Sericulture Assistant Posts
|Name of The Organization||DEPARTMENT OF SERICULTURE, AMARAVATI, Andhra Pradesh (AP Gramasachivalayam)|
|No. of Posts||400 Vacancies|
|Name of the Posts||Village Sericulture Assistant|
|Job Category||Andhra Pradesh Govt Jobs|
|Educational Qualifications||Must have passed Intermediate Vocational Course in Sericulture / B.Sc. with Sericulture / M.Sc., Sericulture|
|Job Location||Andhra Pradesh|
|Application Mode||Online Process|
Vacancy Details of AP Gramasachivalayam Recruitment 2019
A Total of 400 jobs are Mentioned in this AP Gramasachivalayam Recruitment
|Sl. No||Name of the District||No. of vacancies|
Applicants must Pass Must have passed Intermediate Vocational Course in Sericulture / B.Sc. with Sericulture / M.Sc., Sericulture from the recognized Organization/Board
Candidates’ age must be 18 to 42 years (as on 01.07.2019 ). For the Details of age relaxation, Check Official Notification
AP Gramasachivalayam Village Sericulture Assistant Jobs Salary Details
Selected candidates will get Rs.14,600-44,870 in RPS 2015 (Rs.15,000/ Permonth in First two Years) from the organization.
Selection will be done as per Written Test and/or Interview
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Important Dates for AP Gramasachivalayam Village Sericulture Assistant Application
|Starting Date of Application Form||27-07-2019|
|Closing Date of submission of Application||10-08-2019|
|AP Gramasachivalayam Official Notification||Click Here|
|Online Application Link||Click Here to Apply Online|
Other AP Grama Sachivalayam Jobs
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Village Sericulture Assistant Exam Pattern
|Written examination (Objective type)|| |
No of questions
|Duration (Minutes)||Maximum Marks|
|Part- A : General Studies and mental ability||50||50||50|
|Part B. Sericulture||100||100||100|
Note:- For each correct answer 1 mark will be awarded and each wrong answer will carry 0.25 negative mark.
SYLLABUS FOR EXIMANITION TO THE POST OF VILLAGE SERICULTURE ASSISTANT IN ANDHRA PRADESH SERICULTURE SUBORDINATE SERVICE
GENERAL STUDIES AND MENTAL ABILITY
- General Mental ability and reasoning.
- Quantitative aptitude including data interpretation.
- General English.
- Current affairs of regional, national and International importance.
- General Science and its applications to the day to day life, Contemporary development in science and Technology and information Technology.
- History & Culture of India with specific focus on AP.
- Indian polity and governance: constitutional issues, 73/74th Amendments, public policy, reforms ad centre – state relations with specific reference to Andhra Pradesh.
- Society, Social justice, rights issues.
- Physical geography of Indian sub-continent and Andhra Pradesh.
- Key welfare & development schemes of Government of Andhra Pradesh.
Part B: Sericulture
|History of Sericulture – Introduction, History, Silk Road|
|Morphology and Taxonomy of Mulberry– Introduction, Distribution of Mulberry , Mulberry varieties (G4), systematic position, morphology and Taxonomy of mulberry.|
|Non-mulberry food plants: Tasar, Eri, and Muga|
|Soils and Preparation of Land– Introduction, types of soils and properties, Suitable soils for Mulberry, soil PH and reclamation, selection of land, land preparation, soil erosion, Soil texture ,Soil humus, soil moisture and conservation methods. Mechanization in|
|Mulberry planting methods: Introduction – Introduction, selection of mulberry varieties,|
Planting (Tree plantation) methods,sexual and asexual propagation.
|Mulberry Cultivation: Introduction, Cultural Practices, garden implements, weeds and inter- cultivation, pruning and training, importance of water shed, methods of irrigation, detailed study of Drip irrigation.|
|Manures & Fertilizers – Introduction, organic manures, types of fertilizers, application methods and schedules, Detailed study of Vermi- compost.|
|Nutritive values of Mulberry leaf – Introduction, Bye products of Mulberry, Medicinal|
and other use of mulberry, Contents of mulberry leaf.
|Non– Mulberry SilkWorms – Introduction,|
Distribution, salient features of non-mulberry silkworms.
|Rearing House – Introduction, Site selection and types of rearing houses.|
|Rearing Equipment – Introduction, Equipment and uses, Mechanization for large scale Sericulture.|
|Preparation for Rearing – Introduction, cleaning, preparation for disinfection|
disinfectants and disinfection methods, maintenance of hygienic conditions during rearing and record maintenance.
|Environmental Conditions and Management – Introduction, Temperature, humidity, air light, Management of environmental conditions and various devices used.|
|Economics of Silkworm rearing – Introduction, equipment required for 300 DFL’s shoo|
rearing and its economics, Economics of (CRC)Chawki Rearing Centres. By products o silkworm rearing and their utilization.
|Entrepreneurship Development (EDP):Introduction, Scope for Self employment i Sericulture and Govt. Schemes for financial assistance.|
|EDP in Sericulture: Introduction, EDP in Mulberry Nursery, CRC’S, Grainage and Sil|
reeling and few success stories in sericulture.
|Hatching and Brushing – Introduction, incubation of eggs, blue egg and black boxing, hatchin and hatching percentage, methods of brushing, Methods of leaf harvesting, transportation an preservation|
|Chawki Rearing – Introduction, Chawki rearing methods, quality of mulberry leaf,leaf selection feeding schedules, bed cleaning, spacing, moulting, Artificial diet.|
|Late age Rearing – Introduction, late age rearing methods (shoot rearing), quality of mulberry leaf|
leaf selection, feeding schedules, bed cleaning, spacing and moulting.
|Spinning and Mounting – Introduction,ripening of worms, process of spinning, mounting, types of mountages, environmental conditions, care during mounting, cocoon harvesting transport. Bye products of Rearing and value addition|
|Effective Rate of Rearing ( E.R.R.) – Introduction, calculation of E.R.R. by weight, calculation of E.R.R. by number, calculation of L.C.R.(Leaf Cocoon Ratio)|
|Bivoltine Rearing Technology– Introduction, Modern concepts, bivoltine breeds/hybrids, rearing aspects and advantages of bivoltine Rearing.|
|Silkworm Anatomy – Introduction,Silk glands, digestive system, reproductive system of moths|
|Silkworm Diseases and Pest management –Introduction, protozoan, bacterial, viral, and fungal diseases and management. Major and minor pests and management. Integrated Disease and Pest Management (IDPM)|
|Seri Bio-Technology– Introduction,Basics of Plant and Silkworm Bio-Technolog Importance of breeding in Mulberry and Silkworm, Tissue culture. Sericulture Reasearch and Development Institutes in India.|
|Cytology and anatomy of mulberry – Introduction,Structure of cell, cell organelles Mitosis and meiosis Cell division, Genetics, Mendal Laws, Anatomy of leaf, stem and root|
|Farm Management- Introduction,Mulberry farming, raising saplings in nursery bed, Integrated weed management, labour management, farm records.|
|Mulberry Diseases – Introduction, Fungal, Bacterial, Viral diseases and Nutrient deficiency disease and its control and remedial measures|
|Mulberry Pests – Introduction, Lepidopteron pests, Jassids, Thrips, Mites, Beetles, Integrated Disease and Pest Management (IDPM)|
|Estimation of Leaf Yield – Introduction, methods of estimation in various plant spacing systems.|
|Raising and maintenance of chawki garden-Introduction, importance and package of practices.|
|Economics of Mulberry cultivation – Introduction, Economics of Nursery, Rain-fed cultivation, irrigated cultivation, vermi-compost , Economics of 1 acre irrigated and rain-fed Mulberry|
|Systematic Position of Bombyx mori – Introduction, Systematic position and classification, type of Silkworms.|
|Morphology and life cycle of Bombyx mori– Introduction, study of life stages and cycle, se differences in larva, pupa and moth, metamorphosis.|
|Parental Races – Introduction, Distribution, seed organization, races, Voltinism, moultinism|
breeds/hybrids in current use.
|Grainage Equipment – Introduction, Prerequisite of Grainage, Grainage model building, equipmen and uses, disinfection, grainage registers /records.|
|Grainage Operations – Introduction, selection of seed races, procurement, transportation an|
preservation of seed cocoons, synchronization, moth emergence, sex separation,coupling an decoupling,ovi position.
|Seed Production – Introduction,preparation of layings, Sheet eggs, loose eggs, mother mot|
examination, Surface sterilization, assessment of layingsand incubation of eggs.
|Acid treatment and hibernation schedules – Introduction, types of eggs, physical and chemical stimulants, types of acid treatment and hibernation schedules of eggs.|
|Seed Economics – Introduction, economics for 10 lakhs seed capacity|
|Silk Reeling Industry – Introduction,importance of reeling industry, scope and limitations.|
|Cocoon Quality andCocoon Sorting – Introduction, physical and commercial characters properties of silk, Principles for assessment, Tactile and Numerical Tests, Good cocoons, Defectiv cocoons, model problems, model problems.|
|Cocoon Marketing – Introduction,Rules and Acts, Price Fixation, model problems .|
|Cocoon Stifling – Introduction,Stifling methods, storage of cocoons, ushnakoti, sorting of cocoons de flossing, Riddling, mixing.|
|Cocoon cooking and Brushing – Introduction, Reeling water, cooking and methods of cooking Brushing and methods of Brushing|
|Reeling-Introduction, Reeling apparatus and Machines,Reeling water, re-reeling , Sil Examination, Lacing and skeining, making of skeins , book making and baling, Spun silk makin and Non-mulberry cocoon reeling.|
|Raw Silk Testing– Introduction, Testing Methods, Parameters, Standard Testing appliances Conditioning of Raw silk, classification of Raw silk.|
|Reeling economics- Introduction, Economics of Charaka, cottage basin and multi-end reelin|
machines, reeling records and uses.
|Silk Dyeing – Introduction, Types of Dyes, Degumming, methods of dyeing. Bye products of Reeling|