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    Tell me whether the student who is qualified in NET Entrance before attempting MA II examination but unfortunately failed to clear MA Examination? Is the student in this case still remains qualified or not?

    Tell me whether the student who is qualified in NET Entrance before attempting MA II examination but unfortunately failed to clear MA Examination? Is the student in this case still remains qualified or not?





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    parveen22
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    Re: Tell me whether the student who is qualified in NET Entrance before attempting MA II examination but unfortunately failed to clear MA Examination? Is the student in this case still remains qualified or not?

    Dear friend,
    NET(National Eligibility TEST) is conducted by central gov. of India.It is the mandatory exam,which need to be cleared if a person wants to become a lecturer in any degree college.

    No my friend you cann't appear for NET exam if you haven't cleared your masters degree.If you are appearing for MA II exams then you can appear for NET exam but if you have cleared the exam and after that you have to submit your masters degree,otherwise your NET qualifications will be cancelled.
    Eligibility Criteria For NET:

    1. You should be an Indian.

    2.If you have secured at least 55% marks in Masterís Degree OR equivalent examination from universities/institutions recognised by UGC are eligible for this Test. The Scheduled Caste (SC)/Scheduled Tribe (ST)/Physically Handicapped (PH)/Visually Handicapped (VH) category candidates who have secured at least 50% marks (without rounding off) in Masterís degree or equivalent.

    3.If you are appearing for the final year exam of masters degree can also apply.

    4.You should not be more than 28 years . A relaxation upto 5 years is provided if you belongs to SC/ST/OBC/PH/VH categories and to women applicants.

    To apply for NET exam online you have to scan a passport size photograph.then you have to upload it.And there are other documents also which you need to send.

    1.Matriculation Certificate depicting date of birth.

    2.Master's degree Certificate.

    3.Mark-sheet of Master's degree course.

    4.Caste certificate (only in case of SC/ST/OBC candidates)

    5.Certificate of Physical disability (only in case of Physically Handicapped and Visually Handicapped candidates).

    best of lk..




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    BISWARUP
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    Re: Tell me whether the student who is qualified in NET Entrance before attempting MA II examination but unfortunately failed to clear MA Examination? Is the student in this case still remains qualified or not?

    Dear friend,

    If you have not submitted your MA degree then you are disqualified for NET exam.

    You can try for NEXT year.

    Because only Masters degree candidate are eligible for JRF and COLLEGE lecturer.

    Thanks

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    soniya
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    Re: Tell me whether the student who is qualified in NET Entrance before attempting MA II examination but unfortunately failed to clear MA Examination? Is the student in this case still remains qualified or not?

    For NET (National Entrance Test) exam eligibility one needs to have a post graduation degree.
    Masters is must.
    When students are in their final year of masters, they apply for various colleges/examinations/entrances.
    Many a times, when their results take long to come, they are still admitted in the institutes.
    But these kind of admissions are done on provisional basis (TEMPORARY).
    Here the word provisional suggests that, if in the stipulated time period, the result of the candidate doesn't gets declared, or the required pending documents are not produced, or the candidate gets a negative result i.e the same case as yours, the student is subjected to cancellation of the admission.
    But if you have any other post graduation degree you can certainly stay qualified and continue with your NET.

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