CSIR NET December 2017: The official notification of National Eligibility Test (NET) has been released by the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) Examination Unit on its official website at csirhrdg.res.in.
CSIR NET December 2017: The official notification of National Eligibility Test (NET) has been released by the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) Examination Unit on its official website at csirhrdg.res.in. Candidates who wish to apply for the same can do so as soon as the online application link has been activated. CSIR is all set to conduct the examination in the month of December and the last date to fill applications will fall in the month of September. The Council of Scientific and Industrial Research annually conducts the examination to test the eligibility of the aspirants for the award of Junior Research Fellowships (JRF) NET.
Here is all that you need to know about the exam-
CSIR NET December 2017 Important dates-
Online application process starts: August 23
Application fees deposit: September 15
Last date to submit online application form: September 16
Last date of receipt of hard copy of the application form at the exam unit (except remote areas): September 23
Last date of receipt of hard copy of the application form at the Examination Unit in remote areas: October 3
Tentative date of publication of list of registered candidates: November 17
Issue of hall tickets: First week of December
CSIR NET December 2017 Eligibility-
Aspirants need to hold a degree in MSc or Integrated BS-MS/BS-4 years/BE/BTech/BPharma/MBBS with a minimum of 55 per cent marks (50 per cent for reserved category). B.Sc(Hons) degree holders or students enrolled in Integrated MS-PhD program with a minimum of 55 per cent marks can also apply.
CSIR NET December 2017 Exam pattern-
The exam will be a single paper to be held in morning and evening session. Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) will be asked. The exam is conducted for life science, Earth science, Mathematical Science, Chemical science, and Physical science, according to Indian Express.