|Author: Seema Shah 24 Aug 2016 Member Level: Gold Points : 2 (Rs 2) Voting Score: 0|
Logically after BSc you can definitely opt for MSc.
In case you want to study along with a job, then you can opt for a distance mode course. Regular attendance and studies and active participation in assignments and projects will give you knowledge of IT. Sincerity, commitment and dedication will help you to widen your knowledge horizons. The course will help in career advancement, but note that this is a distance course and not regular course.
Most MNCs and government positions prefer a candidate who has done a regular course over who has done distance course.
As such there is only minimum qualification criteria for NET exam.
If it is possible you can check out a college offering morning classes in regular mode. This will enable you to work after college hours. To add further, contributing to ISC itself is also monetary rewarding and it is proportional to your contributions.
Overall, I would strongly advise you to opt for regular course and not correspondence. Hence, I have refrained from providing you names of colleges offering distance mode course in Bangalore.
|Author: NK SHARMA 25 Aug 2016 Member Level: Gold Points : 3 (Rs 3) Voting Score: 0|
Your question ,Is it acceptable for NET exam?
Answer--Yes,It is acceptable for NET exam.You need not to go for regular classes .You should have PG with 55% for O C and OBC, 50 % for ST/SC. If you go for correspondence need not to go for bangalulu university. There are many universities, IGNOU, Annamalai university. Ponicherry university, madurai kamraj uni. and so on.
N K SHARMA
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|Author: Kailash Kumar 25 Aug 2016 Member Level: Platinum Points : 3 (Rs 3) Voting Score: 0|
First of all the author will have to see as to what were his subjects in the B. Sc. degree course and whether M.Sc. degree courses are available in those subjects through distance learning mode or not. Normally M.Sc courses through distance learning mode are available in certain subjects like Mathematics, Psychology, Geography and few such other subjects only. For admission in M.Sc. degree course, generally, the students are required to have studied the subject at the B.Sc. degree level.
Though degrees completed through the distance learning mode are acceptable for NET examination but at the same the time other criteria are also required to be filled. The author is advised to first ascertain if he is satisfying all the UGC norms for a post of Assistant Professor or not. NET is not the end. The UGC norms for recruitments are also required to be fulfilled.
|Author: Partha Kansabanik 26 Aug 2016 Member Level: Diamond Points : 3 (Rs 3) Voting Score: 0|
The point-wise answers to your queries are as under:-
(a) If the correspondence/distance course being undertaken by you and the University are recognised by the Distance Education Council (DEC) and the University Grants Commission (UGC), then you are eligible to appear in the National Eligibility Test (NET).
(b) the correspondence course or Distance course is useful for those who are working or can't get admission in the regular course. Generally the syllabus of the regular course and the correspondence course of a University in respect of a particular subject is same.
(c) IGNOU and Karnataka State Open University are the best Universities for correspondence course in Bengaluru, Karnataka.