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    Which specific subject a candidate of MSc Organic Chemistry be able to apply for in UGC NET exam?

    I am doing my MSc in Organic Chemistry and can u please tell me in which specific subjects I will be able to appear in the UGC NET test?





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    Re: Which specific subject a candidate of MSc Organic Chemistry be able to apply for in UGC NET exam?

    For the science the exam is jointly conducted along with CSIR. You need to prepare well. Get your basics sound. Solve as many papers as possible. Make sure to cover all the areas. You can appear for the NET exam when you are in the final year. The exam is held twice a year. There is no specific exam for organic chemistry. You are eligible to appear for the Chemical science paper. So you will need to cover all the topics related to chemical science.




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    Re: Which specific subject a candidate of MSc Organic Chemistry be able to apply for in UGC NET exam?

    UGC exam has some few science streams. M.Sc in Organic Chemistry would come under the chemical science stream. This exam would cover questions from different science streams which come under chemical science like organic and inorganic chemistry. The exam is for 2 1/2 hours and has two papers. The first paper will contain general science questions. This will be common for all exam streams of NET. Paper 2 will have short answer questions and this is specific to each science stream. This will be in descriptive form. So a very broad level preparation is needed and you should not limit the study to organic chemistry alone, but also to other branches of chemistry like inorganic and physical chemistry too.

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    Re: Which specific subject a candidate of MSc Organic Chemistry be able to apply for in UGC NET exam?

    Hi,

    Being master's in Organisc chemistry u need to go for Chemistry as the area of subject.

    U need to have sound knowledge from basics of chemistry from Bsc level .

    Wish u all the best....

    Bye

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    Re: Which specific subject a candidate of MSc Organic Chemistry be able to apply for in UGC NET exam?

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    Re: Which specific subject a candidate of MSc Organic Chemistry be able to apply for in UGC NET exam?

    You need to prepare well. Get your basics sound. Solve as many papers as possible. Make sure to cover all the areas. You can appear for the NET exam when you are in the final year. The exam is held twice a year. There is no specific exam for organic chemistry. You are eligible to appear for the Chemical science paper. So you will need to cover all the topics related to chemical science.

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    Re: Which specific subject a candidate of MSc Organic Chemistry be able to apply for in UGC NET exam?

    For appearing in UGC net examination you should have only PG degree from any stream.
    A candidates needs only PG in any subject for appearing in net examination.
    The UGC conduct twice in one year this examination.
    There is no upper age declared for applying NET examination.

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    Re: Which specific subject a candidate of MSc Organic Chemistry be able to apply for in UGC NET exam?

    Hai i am m.sc chemistry graduater can u pls tell me in which specific subject i will be able to appear in ugc net exam. i am asking about ugc net not csirugc net its both are same or not

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