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    Difference between NET, CSIR and JRF exam

    I am doing MSc Biotechnology. I want to know what the difference is between NET exam, CSIR exam and JRF?





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    Re: Difference between NET, CSIR and JRF exam

    You will be eligible to appear for these test after completion of the Master's course. You need to decide whether you would like to become a lecturer or go into the field of research. In order to be eligible to be a lecturer it is a must that the candidate should be appear for the NET exam. The JRF exam on the other hand is for those aspiring to be in the research field. For both these exams it is a must that the candidates should have at least 55% marks in graduation. These exams are held 2 times a year. You must select the subjects you studied during postgraduation. For the subjects which fall under the life science category the UGC conducts the NET exam along with the Council of Scientific and Industrial research (CSIR). If you intend to appear for any of these exams you must start preparing for them right away.




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    Re: Difference between NET, CSIR and JRF exam

    NET is the National Eligibility Test which is carried out every year as to select candidates with Masters Degree for lectureship. This exam is carried out by the UGC. The NET exam is also the basic eligibility for candidates as to get the Junior Research Fellowships (JRF). The JRF is offered to meritorious candidates who have qualified in the NET exam. The exam is carried out in various subjects like humanities, social, environment, forensic, CS etc. For subjects Like Life Science, Chemical, Math’s and many more are also carried out by the UGC and the Council of Scientific and Industrial research (CSIR). As to appear in the exam the candidate must have more than 55% of marks in the Masters degree. Candidates in the final year can also apply for the exam.

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    now i m doing M.sc. in zoology.can i fight all three exams?

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    After PG the arts student get lecture reship by UGC NET,Science students get it through CSIR

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    can commerce student get lectureship after the net exam?

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    what are the scopes after the B.V.Sc. degree??

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    NET stands for national eligibility test

    CSIR stands for Council of Scientific and Industrial Research

    JRF stands for junior research fellowship

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    Dear,

    All these 3 courses i.e, NET (National Eligibility Test), CSIR (Council of Scientific and Industrial Research), JRF (Junior Research fellowship) requires minimum of a post graduate degree with 55% marks. If you want to pursue your career as a lecturer you have to give NET , whereas if you are interested in Research you can apply for JRF after your NET. CSIR together with UGC provides JRF for the subjects like lifescience, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry etc.

    All the best.

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    Re: Difference between NET, CSIR and JRF exam

    You will be eligible to appear for these test after completion of the Master's course. NET is the National Eligibility Test which is carried out every year as to select candidates with Masters Degree for lectureship. In order to be eligible to be a lecturer it is a must that the candidate should be appear for the NET exam. The JRF exam on the other hand is for those aspiring to be in the research field. For both these exams it is a must that the candidates should have at least 55% marks in graduation. These exams are held 2 times a year. You must select the subjects you studied during postgraduation.The NET exam is also the basic eligibility for candidates as to get the Junior Research Fellowships (JRF). The JRF is offered to meritorious candidates who have qualified in the NET exam. The exam is carried out in various subjects like humanities, social, environment, forensic, CS etc. For subjects Like Life Science, Chemical, Math’s and many more are also carried out by the UGC and the Council of Scientific and Industrial research (CSIR). As to appear in the exam the candidate must have more than 55% of marks in the Masters degree. Candidates in the final year can also apply for the exam.

    THANKS

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    Re: Difference between NET, CSIR and JRF exam

    As all mentione three name have different meaning,

    NET National Eligibility Test
    CSIR council of scientific and industial research
    JRF jouiour research felloship

    As UGC conduct the NET to determine eligibilty for leadership and to endow JFR

    which provide is provided to meritorious candidates who qualify NET, provided they have opted for it.


    for any information read information broucher and visit its offical site.

    GOOD LUCk.........

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    How they decided the JRF and NET qualified persons base on what and what is the grade rate

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    This exam is carried out by the UGC. The NET exam is also the basic eligibility for candidates as to get the Junior Research Fellowships (JRF). The JRF is offered to meritorious candidates who have qualified in the NET exam. The exam is carried out in various subjects like humanities, social, environment, forensic, CS etc. For subjects Like Life Science, Chemical, Math’s and many more are also carried out by the UGC and the Council of Scientific and Industrial research (CSIR). As to appear in the exam the candidate must have more than 55% of marks in the Masters degree. Candidates in the final year can also apply for the exam.

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    In order to be eligible to be a lecturer it is a must that the candidate should be appear for the NET exam.
    The JRF exam on the other hand is for those aspiring to be in the research field.
    For both these exams it is a must that the candidates should have at least 55% marks in graduation.
    These exams are held 2 times a year.
    You must select the subjects you studied during postgraduation. For the subjects which fall under the life science category the UGC conducts the NET exam along with the Council of Scientific and Industrial research (CSIR).

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    NET -national Eligibility test - qualification for NET is PG in any stream. exam conducted by UGC 2 times in a year (June and December)
    CSIR - Council for scientific and Industrial Research - for life science stream
    JRF - Junior research Fellowship- Condected with NET and for JRF age limit is 27 yrs

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    what are the subject options for jrf?

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    for environment another csir is conducted

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    after the gating of NET a student can apply for JRF OR JRF is selected as for NET exam merit list

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    Is it so that after cracking d Net exam..we'll b eligible to get JRF??

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    I have done BE in biotechnology 2011. Am I eligible for NET 2011?

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    Re: Difference between NET, CSIR and JRF exam

    NET is the National Eligibility Test which is carried out every year as to select candidates with Masters Degree for lectureship.The JRF exam on the other hand is for those aspiring to be in the research field. For both these exams it is a must that the candidates should have at least 55% marks in graduation. These exams are held 2 times a year.You must select the subjects you studied during postgraduation.The NET exam is also the basic eligibility for candidates as to get the Junior Research Fellowships (JRF). The JRF is offered to meritorious candidates who have qualified in the NET exam.

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    Re: Difference between NET, CSIR and JRF exam

    can a student who is in Ist year(2nd semester) of his master's degree apply for NET

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    Re: Difference between NET, CSIR and JRF exam

    i'm doing M.Sc now.i am interest to research. which one is best CSIR OR JRF

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    I have done by M.com and want to go for lecturer in college, i also have 56% in my masters so do i need to appear for NET only?

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    Re: Difference between NET, CSIR and JRF exam

    heylo,

















    NET : National Eligibility Test


    CISR : Council of Scientific and Industial Research


    JRF : Jouiour Research Felloship




    >> NET is the National Eligibility Test which is carried out every year as to select candidates with Masters Degree for lectureship.



    >> The JRF exam on the other hand is for those aspiring to be in the research field.



    >> For both these exams it is a must that the candidates should have at least 55% marks in graduation.



    >> These exams are held 2 times a year.You must select the subjects you studied during postgraduation.The NET exam is also the basic eligibility for candidates as to get the Junior Research Fellowships (JRF).



    >> The JRF is offered to meritorious candidates who have qualified in the NET exam.








    WISH YOU ALL THE LUCK

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    Re: Difference between NET, CSIR and JRF exam

    DEAR FRIEND.............

    As all mentione three name have different meaning,


    NET National Eligibility Test

    CSIR council of scientific and industial research

    JRF jouiour research felloship

    As UGC conduct the NET to determine eligibilty for leadership and to endow JFR

    which provide is provided to meritorious candidates who qualify NET, provided they have opted for it.


    for any information read information broucher and visit its offical site.

    ....................GOOD LUCk.......

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    hi , i have done PGDM post graduate diploma(2 yrs regular) in marketing management from A.I.C.T.E approved institute. m i eligible for JRF OR NET exam.
    awaits ur reply.

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    Re: Difference between NET, CSIR and JRF exam

    I want to know what the difference is between NET exam, CSIR exam and JRF?

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    which date in 2012

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    How to prepare for CSIR Biotechnology?

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    net and jrf r equal or differ..........
    prashant

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    which date in 2012

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    Re: Difference between NET, CSIR and JRF exam

    Hi
    National Eligibility Test (NET)
    Council of Scientific and Industial Research (CSIR )
    JUNIOR RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP (JRF)
    if you want to apply you can but you have to done post graduation courses with any subject

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    Re: Difference between NET, CSIR and JRF exam

    hiiiiii
    In order to be eligible to be a lecturer it is a must that the candidate should be appear for the NET exam.
    The JRF exam on the other hand is for those aspiring to be in the research field.
    For both these exams it is a must that the candidates should have at least 55% marks in graduation.
    These exams are held 2 times a year.
    You must select the subjects you studied during postgraduation. For the subjects which fall under the life science category the UGC conducts the NET exam along with the Council of Scientific and Industrial research (CSIR).

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    post graduate students from Indira Gandhi National Open University will eligible for NET.JRF exams.

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    I am in m.tech(instrumentation)final year,can anybody help me out about which exam i need to write(csir-srf/ csir-jrf/ csir/ net)for research purpose,i have read the articles above but they seem to be for Msc,so could anyone suggest me a best way.

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    Re: Difference between NET, CSIR and JRF exam

    which subject holder eligible for life science

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    is m.sc agricultue eligible for csir net for life science

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    i did my b.tech in electronics and communication engineering. I am not doing m.tech presently. But i am intrested in teaching field.Am i eligible for net xam or not? what we have to do with that net score

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    iam btech eee completed ami eligible to this net exam?

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