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What is the difference between UGC-NET and CSIR-UGC-NET examinations?


Date: 19 Sep 2016    Group: Education    Category: India Educational Consultants   

Apparently, both the UGC-NET and CSIR-UGC-NET examinations are conducted for determining eligibility for the lecturership in universities. In case it is so then what is the difference between UGC-NET and CSIR-UGC-NET examinations? Why two separate examinations are conducted for determining eligibility for lecturership?
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Author: NK SHARMA    20 Sep 2016      Member Level: Gold     Points : 2  (Rs 2)    Voting Score: 0

UGC-NET is conducted in humanity subjects. There are more than 80 subjects in this category. Whereas the CSIR-UGC-NET examination is for science subjects. The pattern of exam is totally different for the both exam. There are three papers in UGC-NET conducted in humanity subjects but There is only one objective type papers inCSIR-UGC-NET conducted in science subjects. For more detals please visit www.ugcnetonline.in and www.cbsenet.nic.in


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Author: Partha Kansabanik    21 Sep 2016      Member Level: Diamond     Points : 3  (Rs 3)    Voting Score: 0

UGC-NET is conducted on Languages, Social Sciences, Art, Culture, Commerce and Management (more than eighty disciplines). UGC-NET is presently being conducted by the CBSE. There are three papers in UGC-NET. The first one is of general nature, and the second and third papers are related to the particular discipline which the candidate choses .

On the other hand, CSIR-NET is held on Chemical Sciences, Earth Sciences, Life Sciences, Mathematical Sciences and Physical Sciences. The candidates have to appear in only one paper of three hour duration. The MCQ Test Paper on each subject carries two hundred marks.

Both UGC-NET an CSIR-NET are held twice in a year.



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Author: Sonali    24 Sep 2016      Member Level: Bronze     Points : 3  (Rs 3)    Voting Score: 0

CSIR stands for Scientific and Industrial research. This was established in 1942. This is a largest research and development organisation in all over India. It is funded by the Ministry of Science and technology. It undertakes 37 laboratories and almost 39 centres. Total staff is 13375.

UGC: It stands for University of grant commission. The basic aim of this is to determine the eligibility for college and university level lectureship and JRF. On behalf of UGC, CBSE Central board of secondary education holds this NET Exam.
Subjects under UGC /CSIR NET -

1. Physical Science

2. Chemical Science

3. Biological Science

4. Mathematical Science

Thanks I hope this will help you.



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