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Get all Information here if You are Planning for CSIR UGC NET 2021

by on Oct 22, 2020
Get all Information here if You are Planning for CSIR UGC NET 2021

CSIR UGC NET 2021 (Council of Scientific & Industrial Research - National Eligibility Test) is a national level examination conducted to select eligible candidates for Lecturer/Assistant Professor and Junior Research Fellowship (JRF). National Testing Agency (NTA) is the authority that conducts the CSIR UGC NET examination. The examination is conducted at around 200 cities in India, twice every year. It is popular as one of the toughest examinations in India.

Every year thousands of candidates appear for the exam, and only a fraction of the candidates actually qualify in CSIR UGC NET. The exam is conducted in offline mode, and all the questions are multiple-choice questions. Candidates who qualify for CSIR UGC NET 2021 can get posted as assistant professors, lecturers, and such teaching faculties at various universities. You can also choose to go for a PhD or avail Junior Research Fellowship. We will share eligibility, application process, exam pattern, and syllabus to guide aspirants to ace the exam.

CSIR UGC NET 2021 Eligibility

Candidates who are willing to appear for the CSIR UGC NET examination should fulfil certain eligibility requirements.The educational qualification required to appear for the exam are as follows:

  1. Candidates with an M.Sc or equivalent degree or Integrated BS-MS or BS (4-year) or BE/ B.Tech or B.Pharm or MBBS from any recognized university.
  2. A minimum aggregate of 55% (General/OBC) and 50% (SC/ ST/ PwD) is required in the last qualifying exam.
  3. Aspirants who will be completing the eligible degrees with a mentioned minimum qualifying percentage within two years to avail of the fellowship from the date of appearance can also apply by producing a duly attested certificate from the Head of the institute.
  4. Aspirants with B.Sc (Hons) or equivalent degree or the students who have enrolled in an Integrated MS-PhD program with at least 55% marks and 50% for SC/ ST/ PwD candidates. They will have to submit a duly attested certificate from the Head of the institution.
  5. The age criteria to apply for CSIR UGC NET is as follows:
  • The upper age limit for candidates applying to Junior Research Fellowship is 28 years, as of 1st January 2021. For female applicants, a relaxation of 5 years is applicable on SC/ST/PwD category candidates. OBC-NCL candidates get a relaxation of 3 years.
  • No upper age limit is imposed for lectureship candidates.

CSIR UGC NET 2021 Application Form

Application for CSIR UGC NET is made through the official website. The application portal will be active once the registration period commences. Candidates can check the official notification to know when the registration process for 2021 starts. The tentative dates of the examination are announced to be on 3rd week of June, 2021 for the June exam and the third week of December, 2021 for the December exam.

  1. To apply for CSIR UGC NET 2021, visit the official website and register with basic login credentials. Keep these details with you until the end of the process. Also, make sure that the email and phone number you provide for registration is active throughout the process.
  2. Enter all the relevant details and upload the required documents in the required formats.
  3. Before you finalize the application and move on to pay application fees, make sure that all the information you have given is correct.
  4. The application fee can be paid via any of the online payment methods. The application fee for the different categories is as follows - General/ EWS: INR 1000, OBC-NCL: INR 500, and SC/ST/PwD: INR 250.

CSIR UGC NET Admit Card 2021

The admit card for CSIR UGC NET 2021 can be downloaded from the official website. The dates for the release of admit cards will be notified before-hand on the website itself. Candidates can download their admit card with login credentials.

  • Take a print out of the admit card to produce at the examination.
  • Note that you will not be allowed to appear for the exam without producing the admit card at the exam centre.
  • Details of centre, date, and time of examination will be provided in the admit card itself.

CSIR UGC NET 2021 Exam Pattern

There are three parts to the CSIR UGC NET examination which are:

Part A - The section in General Aptitude covers questions from logical reasoning, series formation, puzzles, analytical and numerical ability, quantitative analysis and comparison, graph analysis, and more. Part A has 20 questions.

Part B - General MCQs that cover all the topics in the syllabus of the examination. The questions will be subject-based. Part B has a total of 40 questions.

Part C - This part contains higher value analytical questions. The questions check the application and knowledge of scientific concepts. Part C has 60 questions. The exam has two papers:

Papers

No of Questions

Marks

Total Time

Paper I

50

100

60 Minutes

Paper-II

100

200

120 Minutes

Total

150

300

180 Minutes

CSIR UGC NET 2021 Syllabus

The syllabus of the CSIR NET 2021 is divided into two papers with different sections- Paper-I and Paper-II.

  1. Paper-I has questions on comprehension, divergent thinking, general awareness, and reasoning ability. These are intended to test the generic nature, research, and teaching aptitude of the students.
  2. Paper-II questions are based on the subject chosen by the candidate during the registration process. The difficulty of the questions will be similar to the Bachelor's and Master's level syllabus of the subject.

Part A has general aptitude questions which would include areas of visual analysis, quantitative analysis, logical reasoning, numerical and analytical ability, etc. The detailed syllabus for this part is as follows:

Part B has specific subject-wise questions. The subjects that are covered in this part are:

Aspirants planning for CSIR UGC NET, can now get detailed information about the exam form here. To prepare for this exam, one must start early, then it will be possible to work on weaknesses and practice mock tests during the final phase of the preparation.

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