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    Should I write SET/NET exam after MCA to get into teaching profession?

    I am a fresher with MCA post Graduation...i love teaching profession..my question is after this may i want to write any SET OR NET exam?or which is best?





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    vikash kumar prajapati
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    Re: Should I write SET/NET exam after MCA to get into teaching profession?

    If you want to go for teaching profession and your educational qualification is MCA then you should definitely go for NET exam.

    It will be better for you to give NET(National Eligibility Test).
    After getting pass in this exam you will get selected for teaching in engineering colleges as a lecturer or as a Assistant Professor.
    In some cases if you have very clear concept and score very good marks then you will be posted as a professor in IIT and in NIT engineering colleges.

    The syllabus of this exam related to your Educational qualification the questions will be asked from the following sections:-
    >>COMPUTER ARCHITECTURE.
    >>OPERATING SYSTEM.
    >>SOFTWARE ENGINEERING.
    >>COMPILER DESIGN.
    >>DATA STRUCTURE.
    >>OBJECT ORIENTED CONCEPTS.
    >>OPTIMIZATION AND GRAPHICS.
    >>UNIFIED MODELLING LANGUAGE.
    >>DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM.
    >>AUTOMATA.
    >>ARTIFICIAL MANAGEMENT.
    >>DISCRETE MATHEMATICS.
    >>NUMERICAL AND STATISTICAL METHODS.




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    Rahul kuntala
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    Re: Should I write SET/NET exam after MCA to get into teaching profession?

    Yes, you've to write NET

    NET Stands for National Eligibility Test which is conducted by UGC(University Grants Commission).
    NET is conducted twice in a year.
    -June
    -December

    The salary may be increasing in the range of Rs.6000-7500/ with your usual salary range.

    Eligibility for NET::

    >>You must have completed Mater degree(PG) in any steam from recognized university
    >>You must pass your PG with minimum of 55% marks
    >>50% for ST/SC/PH/Females
    >>Final year students are also eligible

    CSIR-UGC NET Exam for Science stream is conducted by CSIR in the following areas: -
    Chemical Sciences
    Earth Sciences
    Life Sciences
    Mathematical Sciences
    Physical Sciences
    It has been decided to introduce Single Paper MCQ (Multiple Choice Question) based test from June 2011 exam. The pattern for the Single Paper MCQ test shall be as given below:-

    The MCQ test paper of each subject shall carry a maximum of 200 marks.
    The exam shall be for duration of three hours.
    The question paper shall be divided in three parts



    Application Procedure for NET:

    You have to apply online before the specific date announced by UGC.

    Two print-outs of filled in online application form,exam attendance slip and admission card at the respective centers (with fee receipt and category certificates) are the documents required for applying to this exam.

    This will be of 450rs/- for General and 110 rs/- for SC/ST.

    You have to pay this through SBI Challan form Via Online.

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    Nair.Anudeep
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    Re: Should I write SET/NET exam after MCA to get into teaching profession?

    Hi,

    To fulfill your wish, you can write National Eligibility Test (NET) or State Elibilility Test (SET). MCA is a post graduation course and hence it will come under the qualification for SET/NET.
    If you pass SET exam, you can try for any state level schools and collages and for NET, you can try in national wise.

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    Re: Should I write SET/NET exam after MCA to get into teaching profession?

    When Is The Exam. What is the syllabus for mca Candidate. Procedure to pay the exam fees and on which day is the last day.

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    Re: Should I write SET/NET exam after MCA to get into teaching profession?

    If you wish to teach in government colleges after MCA, it is necessary to attend NET/SET exam. By attending UGC NET exam, you can apply in any college in the country. On the other hand, SET exam will enable you to apply for teaching jobs only in particular state colleges. Each state will conduct their SET exam separately. 55% marks in MCA is compulsory to attend NET/SET exam. Professor/Assistant Professor positions can be applied through this exam. If you clear written test with a good score, the next level is a teaching demo and P.I.

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    Re: Should I write SET/NET exam after MCA to get into teaching profession?

    grades in net ?

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    Re: Should I write SET/NET exam after MCA to get into teaching profession?

    Is NET exams mandatory for an MCA graduate to enter into teaching profession?

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    Re: Should I write SET/NET exam after MCA to get into teaching profession?

    I am MCA graduate with around 10 years of IT industry experience. Do I need to write NET exam to get into teaching profession? Is there any age limit to write NET?

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    gaurav98
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    Re: Should I write SET/NET exam after MCA to get into teaching profession?

    Yes you can give NET /SET examination after MCA completion.

    The required percentage to give NET examination is 55 %. And

    50 % is for SC /St / VH / PH.

    Less than above percentage are not eligible .

    No age relaxtion for Lecterurship post.

    Thanks

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    Re: Should I write SET/NET exam after MCA to get into teaching profession?

    hi i hav completed M.tech in Structures, Civil Engg. I want to write SET exam so which subject should i select

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    Re: Should I write SET/NET exam after MCA to get into teaching profession?

    Actually , is there any need for qualifying set exam after MCA for teaching profession? I heared that after MCA ,we get a PG with SETqualification. From where we get the correct rules?? plz reply friends..

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