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What is CSIR?
CSIR NET Life Science is an exam held by the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) to select the PhD aspirants for the award of Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) and also for establishing the appointment of lecturers (NET) in the areas of Science and Technology.
Many students are interested in pursuing their career in research and opt for PhD program in the domain of their interest. Most of the universities and reputed institutes in India accept students for PhD program if they qualify for JRF. Four major all-India exams that lead to fellowship tenures as JRF are CSIR’s NET, DBT’s BET, GATE and ICMR-JRF.
Additionally, candidates clearing NET-LS are eligible for lectureship all over India. For individual states, state-level entrance (SET) is carried out for recruitment of lecturers.
Cutoff for qualification
- (Gen/OBC)= 45-50%
- (SC/ST)= 35-40%
- (Gen/OBC)= 40-45%
- (SC/ST)= 30-35%
Exam Pattern For Life Science CSIR-NET
CSIR-UGC (NET) Exam for award/ grant of Junior Research Fellowship and eligibility for Lecturer ship is a single paper exam with multiple choice questions. Wherein the question paper is divided in three parts
Part 1: The total marks allocated to this part is 30 out of 200. A candidate is required to answer any 15 questions out of 20 and each question carries two marks. This part is common to all the subjects, to test the general aptitude of the entrant.
Part 2: The total marks allocated to this part is 70 out of 200. This part contains 50 multiple choice questions, generally covering the topics from the syllabus. The candidate is required to answer any 35 questions, each question carries two marks.
Part 3: The total marks allocated to this part is 100 out of 200. This part contains 75 higher value questions to test the candidate’s knowledge and application of scientific concepts. The candidate is required to answer any 25 questions
There is negative marking @25% for each wrong answer.
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