But How can p we pursue PhD without qualify CSIR JRf exam if I only qualify CSIR NET exam?
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Yes, definitely you can pursue the PhD degree without qualifying CSIR JRF, but you will have to qualify the written tests and interviews of the respective Universities of Institutes. In this case, unless you have a sponsor the entire expenses of pursuing PhD shall have to be fulfilledby you.
The advantage of qualifying for JRF is that you will be funded as a scholarship or researcher by the government or institution through your PhD. This is very commendable. However, you can also get a PhD without a JRF qualification.
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If we cant qualify CSIR JRf exam along with CSIR NET exam ..can we give only Jrf exam directly or we can give again NET with Jrf both next time?
First of all CSIR NET is conducted for mainly science stream as in discipline of physical science, mathematical science, chemical science, earth science, biological science, if you intend to appear for CSIR NET then you can appear for JRF or both that is JRF as well as Lectureship/Assistant Professor,
If you only opt for JRF, and qualify the same, then you can pursue higher studies as well as go for lectureship, in case of CSIR NET candidates who qualify JRF get monthly stipend of Rs 25000 for first two years, and Rs 28000 for the next three years, the scores of JRF remain valid for two years, once you qualify CSIR NET JRF then you don't need to appear for entrance test of any university if you're seeking PhD admission, you can directly go to interview process,
The upper age limit for CSIR NET is 28 years for JRF only for general category there is relaxation obviously for reserved categories,, in case of lectureship there is no upper age limit. visit our page at https://competition.careers360.com/exams/csir-ugc-net to know more details regarding this.
which subject I Choose for CSIR NET Exam by Msc Analytical chemistry?
The best course for M.Sc. is Organic Chemistry as per your interest. After qualifying the post graduation you can apply for the CSIR NET exam and the best subject to appear with is Chemical Science for the exam.
To apply for the exam you have to score minimum 55% aggregate marks in the masters. The Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) conducts the NET exam on the bi-yearly basis for those who want to make their career in Research and Lectureship field.
To apply for the CSIR NET JRF Exam candidate’s maximum age should be 28 years. SC/ST/OBC/PWD/female applicants have up to 5 years relaxation in age criteria. For Assistant Professor, there is no upper age limit to apply.
Go for Organic chemistry. It is booming and trending since few years now. You should consider doin Msc in Organic chemistry. Start your preparation for CSIR/UGC NET alongside your Master's degree.
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Can we go Msc Analytical Chemistry for CSIR NET Preparation ?
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Hope you are doing great ! Yes. No problem you can. Go msc analytical chemistry for csir net preparation. There will be not any issue you can go without any fear . If further any query remains ,then we are here to help you.
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csir net life science exam language?
CSIR NET paper is set in bilingual language that is English and Hindi, people opting for English will get English version only however those choosing Hindi medium will have bilingual version, the eligibility for CSIR NET is passed MSc or equivalent degree/ Integrated BS-MS/BS-4 years/BE/B. Tech//B.Pharma/MBBS securing 55% marks for UR/EWS/ and there is relaxation of 5% for reserved candidates
BSc Graduate or candidates enrolled for M.Sc can apply for Results Awaited Category provided they complete the course with required aggregate within two years to avail the fellowship however they won't be eligible for lectureship,
Candidate enrolled in Integrated MS-PhD program securing 55% aggregate for UR/EWS/OBC, and 50% aggregate for SC/ST/(PwD)also eligible to apply, however fellowship will only be applicable after getting registered/enrolled for Ph.D/Integrated Ph.D program within the validity period of two years.
Which is the best, for attempting online mock test for CSIR NET Lifescience?
CSIR-UGC NET Exam is organised for science stream subjects and consists of one paper of 3 hours duration.
Syllabus of Life sciences is divided into 13 parts which have equal marks in the question paper. These are the books you can refer to practice and study further.
- CSIR-UGC NET Life Science by Ashish Nagesh, Quaisher J. Hossain
- CSIR-JRF-NET: Life Sciences Fundamentals and Practice Part 1 & Part 2 by Pranav Kumar.
- CSIR-NET JRF Fundamentals of Life Sciences Vol- I and Volume II by Rupendra Singh.
- CSIR NET Life Sciences Books (Vol I) by Dr. Poonam Sharma.
- Trueman’s CSIR-UGC NET Life Sciences
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Hii i have done my masters in Environmental science , am i eligible for life science subject ( CSIR NET 2021)
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CSIR UGC NET Eligibility 2021 is conducted by the NTA (National Testing Agency).Candidates who need to apply for CSIR UGC NET 2021 must possess M.Sc. or equivalent degree/Integrated BS-MS/BS-4 years/BE/B Tech/B. Pharma /MBBS with at least 55% marks to be eligible to apply for the exam
But for life sciences you need to pursue academic qualification in life science only.
I have completed masters in medicinal chemistry and drug design from IP university. Can I give CSIR NET exam?
As you have completed your Master's in Medicinal Chemistry and Drug Design you are eligible for appearing CSIR-NET in the subject Chemical Science.
=> You should be an Indian citizen to be eligible to appear for CSIR NET 2021.
=> NTA provides age limit for the both the JRF and Assistant Professors/Lecturers post. For Joint Research Fellowship, the candidate must be not more than 28 years as of July 1, 2021, according to the CSIR UGC NET 2021 eligibility criteria.
=> Candidates from general (UR) / general-EWS and OBC must hold an M.Sc. or equivalent degree / Integrated BS-MS / BS-4 years / BE / B.Tech / B.Pharma / MBBS with at least 55% marks in order to be eligible for CSIR UGC NET
Candidate must hold a degree in M.Sc./BS/B-Tech or any other equivalent qualification in Chemistry
For more information on CSIR-NET you can visit the link given below,
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i have completed bsc and msc in zoology..now am i eligible or not for phd in biotechnology after clearing the csir net
Yes, Off course you can!
First of all, there isn't a course called PhD Biotechnology separately, while writing CSIR NET, you should select the paper under Life Science. So, once you cleared CSIR JRF/NET with a good score, you can directly join for Research. While Joining you can select your area of interest (for e.g., biotech) and you may start your dream work.
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Syllabus for CSIR NET and date of application
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