What are the UG courses available in CSIR
Central ElectroChemical Research Institute ( CSIR ), Karaikudi is a very good government college with a direct control under the control of central government and the President of this college is India's current prime minister NARENDRA MODI.
CSIR offers only one undergraduate course which is given below :-
This centre for education, runs a four year undergraduate course in Chemical and Electrochemical engineering .
Also this college is affiliated to Anna University, Chennai, and this one of a kind B.Tech program offers the scope for students to venture into the wide frontiers of advanced chemical and electrochemical technology, with first hand research exposure at the largest electrochemical laboratory in the Asia Pacific region.
I have been selected for mtech in NIT manipur vlsi and csir pilani advanced electronics engineering. Which college is better regarding placements and overall
see the both of the stream is quite different, vlsi and microelectronics is more core related course while advance electronics is consists of vast topics and implementation of modern electronics , vlsi, embedded systems etc. now coming to the course curriculum nit manipur and csir both of the institute has excellent academic curriculum. also csir has interactive class room program, excellent lab facility which is much better than any nits. now coming to placement cell csir has no particular placement cell, this institute is most appropriate for those who want to do further studies and want to work in research and development cell. however in nits manipur placement is good for IT and electronics engineering.
so if study is your main concern than you should go for csir, however if you are more inclined towards job then you may go for nits.
PhD pharmacy can be done without Gpat, net, csir
Yes, definitely you can go for PhD without giving national level exams, but you have to give the entrance exam conducted by the university or may be interview. But, it is possible that you will not get your fellowship for research without CSIR or net, depends on college.
Hope it helped to clear your delimma.
Among csir net and ugc net exam what is good for pursuing PhD in chemistry I m currently doing msc chemistry.. And in which csir or ugc the options for jrf and lectureship can be filled in form?
As you're pursuing MSc in Chemistry, you need to appear for CSIR NET as it's conducted for five science subjects namely Life Science, Chemical Science, Mathematical Science, Physical Science,Earth Atmospheric, Ocean and Planetary Science.
Out of aforementioned ones,you have to apply for Chemical Science, it's Eligibility Criteria is passed Master's degree in relevant field with 55% aggregate for General Candidates, in case of reserved categories there's relaxation of 5%. You can also apply while enrolled in Master's Degree Program but this degree needs to be completed within two years(validity to avail the fellowsip).
You can apply for only one among JRF and Lecturership/Assistant Professor, however if you fulfill the criteria for the post of lecturership or assistant professor, you'll considered eligible for both the post. Upper age limit for JRF is 28 years, while relaxation is provided to other categories.
For more details,please visit the official website at https://csirnet.nta.nic.in/WebInfo/Public/View.aspx?page=1
When will NTA schedule exams like UGC NET, CSIR, DU, JNU exams ?
We are discussing with the organisations for whom we conduct the test. So discussions are on and very shortly we'll be able to come up with the dates but these dates are going to be after the July dates only.
Director General, NTA