The Indian Council for Agricultural Research (ICAR) along with NTA has conducted the ICAR UG entrance examination from September 07, 2021, to September 09, 2021, via a computer-based test (CBT). However, the PG and Ph.D. examinations are scheduled to be held on September 17, 2021. The dates for declaring the results have not been announced by NTA yet. It is expected that the same will be available on icar.nta.ac.in soon.
Every year, the ICAR UG, PG and Ph.D. results are declared together on the same day. Hence, this year, it is likely that the results will also be available on the same day. As per predictions, the ICAR results for 2021 are expected to be available by the last week of October 2021. In 2020, the ICAR UG examinations were held on September 16, 27 and 22, 2020 while the PG & Ph.D. examinations were held on September 23, 2020. On the other hand, the results for all three examinations were released on November 20, 2020 which means 40 days after the last ICAR exam.
Similarly, in 2019, the ICAR UG, PG and Ph.D. exams were held on July 01, 2019, while the results were released on July 17, 2019. This means that the results were available after 16 days of the examination. In 2018, the entrance exams were held on August 18 and 19, 2018 and the results were released on September 07, 2018, i.e. 19 days after the last examination date. Taking cues from these calculations, it is expected that the ICAR 2021 results will be available between October 03, 2021, and October 27, 2021. However, candidates must keep an eye on icar.nta.ac.in for the official date.
As per an unofficial source, ICAR UG 2020 admissions were held in three allotment rounds, the cut-offs for which are given below:
Out of all the categories, the lowest cut-off was for the ST category 304 while the highest went for the General category. The ranks allotted against the marks are based on the All-India level.
Even in the second round of counselling, the lowest cut-off was for the ST category while the highest stood for the General category. There isn’t a great difference between the cut-off marks of the first and second allotment, but in the second round, a cut-off mark came below 300.
As one can see, even in the third round, there wasn’t a great difference between the cut-offs when compared with the second round. The highest was for the General category while the lowest stood for the ST category. Please note that these cut-offs are only for reference purposes, based on which candidates can have an idea of the ICAR 2021 cut-offs.