Candidates are advised to go through Notification for instructions on how to apply for CSIR NET and how to get Online Forms and Offline Forms etc.
Candidates can apply for “Junior Research Fellowships (JRF) + Lectureship (LS)” or for “Lectureship (LS) only”. So if a candidate is over 28 years of old then he/she must apply for Lectureship (LS) only.
CSIR UGC NET Eligibility:
Educational Qualification: Candidates must be a MSc or Equivalent degree in above subjects, with minimum 55% marks for General and OBC candidates, while 50% for SC/ST candidates, Physically and Visually Handicapped candidates. If the candidates are a PhD degree holder and passed Master's degree prior to 19.09.1991, in this case the candidates are Eligible.
If you are you studying in final year or final semester of M.Sc. or Equivalent degree in above subjects or you have appeared for final exam and waiting for results then you can also appear for the NET under Result Awaited category.
Age : If you are applying for Junior Research Fellowships (JRF) : Minimum of 19 Years and Maximum of 28 years as on First January, 2010.
If you are applying for Lectureship LS (NET): Minimum 19 years, as on First January, 2010 and No upper age limit.
You can either apply online or offline more provided you meet the above Eligibility criteria.
Application fee for CSIR UGC NET:
Rs. 400.00 for General category candidates,
Rs. 200.00 for OBC category candidates and
Rs. 100.00 for SC/ST/ Physically or visually handicapped category candidates.
Candidates (of SC/ST/OBC/PH/VH categories) must attach an attested copy of the valid SC/ST/OBC/PH/VH certificate as a proof of your claim along with your application form. If you forget to do so then your application may be rejected.
How to apply for CSIR NET:
CSIR NET online Form
How to apply online: CSIR NET Forms will be available from 16th february and I will update it here.
How to apply offline: You can get application form either by hand or by post.
For details visit Notification:
CSIR NET Sample Papers and Books Here:
University Grant Commission or often known by its abbreviation UGC, is a independent organization formed by Indian government in 1956, mainly to maintain quality in education and for some other purpose like coordination between different universities, courses offered by them. It checks standards of universities and colleges and provides recognize them and also provides funds to government recognized universities and colleges. Currently it’s headquarter is based in New Delhi and has six regional offices or branches in Kolkata, Guwahati, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Pune and Bhopal.
Currently, in late 2009, education ministry had revealed its plans to close down UGC and its all related bodies due to bribery and inefficiency and in early 2010. Education ministry also has declared outline of a government body similar to UGC but having more powers. And now it is decided that there will be same portion all over India. But it is still on papers, so students no need to worry about that right now.
Though it was recommended in 1944, UGC was formed in 1956. Firstly, its work was only limited to three universities. Then after some time its rights were extended over all universities and colleges. Currently UGC has decided to conduct NET exam (National Eligibility Test) for appointment of all teachers and now also have made mandatory for all teachers. This topic was also one of the issue against which all teachers were protesting. But those people have been exempted from exam, who has M.Phil for graduation level or Ph.D for PG level. It also accredits all universities and colleges on their standard and for that job it has formed 15 autonomous institutes. It also has established four national facilities centre in four universities viz. Mumbai, Tirupati, Shimla and Madras. Funds provided by UGC to colleges and universities are based on grade provided by itself, so many colleges tries very hard to keep their standard up to the mark as they receive all funds from UGC.
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