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    Which subject should I choose for NET if I wish to do M.Sc in chemistry after B.Sc with biotechnology, microbiology and chemistry?

    about net exam afte p.g.

    Hello i am doing my graduation in b.sc. And my subjects are biotechnology microbiology and chemistry... And want to do m.sc. In chemistry so wich subjects should i choose for net exams?? I am mostly intrested in chemistry... And which notes should i prefer





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    Rahul k
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    Re: Which subject should I choose for NET if I wish to do M.Sc in chemistry after B.Sc with biotechnology, microbiology and chemistry?

    If you are Pursuing your B.sc degree course now then you are not eligible for CSIR NET Examination. If you are Interested in this examination, then please complete your M.sc degree course. If you want to take admission in M.sc Chemistry after completing B.sc course, then yes you are eligible to apply for CSIR NET Examination after completing your Post graduation in Chemistry.

    To apply for CSIR NET Examination, you have to complete your M.sc degree course with minimum 55% marks in any one of the subjects:
    ~~ Chemical Sciences
    ~~ Earth Sciences
    ~~ Life Sciences
    ~~ Mathematical Sciences
    ~~ Physical Sciences

    If you have completed your M.sc course in chemistry then you can choose Chemical Science subject in your CSIR NET Examination.

    Age Limit and Relaxation:

    ~~ For JRF (NET): Minimum age 19 Years and maximum age 28 years, upper age limit may be relaxed up to 5 years as in case of candidates belonging to SC/ST/OBC(Non Creamy Layer), Physically handicapped/Visually handicapped and female applicants.

    ~~ For LS (NET): Minimum age 19 years, No upper age limit.

    Examination Fees:

    ~~ For General Candidates : Rs. 400
    ~~ For Other Backward Classes(OBC) (Non Creamy Layer) Candidates :Rs. 200
    ~~ For SC/ST/Physically Handicapped or Visually Handicapped Candidates : Rs. 100

    Candidates may apply for this examination Online or Offline. You have to choose any one of the option as per your Convenient.

    This year JUNE NET Examination Notification was already declared and the examination is conducted soon on 17/June/2012.

    So, please complete your Post graduation first and then you are eligible to apply for CSIR NET Examination and for more information please check official website or read given notification.







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    madhurimadhu
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    Re: Which subject should I choose for NET if I wish to do M.Sc in chemistry after B.Sc with biotechnology, microbiology and chemistry?

    Hi....
    Dear
    NET(NATIONAL ELIGIBILITY TEST)this is exam will be conducted under the control of the UGC..the minimum qualification required for applying NET exam is POST GRADUATION....you have choose these subjects for these subjects in post graduation level
    **M.Sc-Microbiology
    **M.Sc.(Bio informatics)
    **M.Sc (Clinical Research)
    **M.SC-BIO CHEMISTRY
    **M.SC Applied Biology

    so dear M.Sc chemistry also a good stream...select good one ALL THE BEST

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    Rudra Pradhan
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    Re: Which subject should I choose for NET if I wish to do M.Sc in chemistry after B.Sc with biotechnology, microbiology and chemistry?

    If you are Pursuing your B.sc degree course now then you are not eligible for CSIR NET Examination. If you are Interested in this examination, then please complete your M.sc degree course. If you want to take admission in M.sc Chemistry after completing B.sc course, then yes you are eligible to apply for CSIR NET Examination after completing your Post graduation in Chemistry.
    hey friend,
    To apply for CSIR NET Examination, you have to complete your M.sc degree course with minimum 55% marks in any one of the subjects:
    ~~ Chemical Sciences
    ~~ Earth Sciences
    ~~ Life Sciences
    ~~ Mathematical Science
    ~~ Physical Sciences

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