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The Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) is going to conduct both the CSIR-UGC Test tentatively by 18th December 2016. The final date for online application submission is on 9th September.

The Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) will be held with the joint CSIR-UGC Test tentatively on December 18, 2016, finding out the eligibility of the Indian national students for the prize ceremony of Junior Research Fellowships (JRF) NET for determining eligibility for appointment of lectures (NET) , in certain subjects areas declining below the faculty of science and technology.

The Applications for the same are for all those interested and eligible candidates they need to apply for the same on the online website before 9 September. Two different merit lists will be made for the students, one comprising the students qualiflying for the award of JRF-NET and the another one for all those students qualiflying the eligibility test for Lectureship (NET), on the origin of their performance test.

The prize ceremony of Junior Research (NET) to the winning eligible candidates will depend on determining placement in a university of higher learning and research, as valid

Topics of the test:

The Test will be conducted in the under mentioned subjects:

  • Physical Sciences
  • Earth, Atmospheric, Ocean and Planetary Sciences
  • Mathematical Sciences
  • Life Sciences
  • Chemical Sciences

Eligibility criteria

Educational qualification:

  • Those interested candidates who are applying for this test must possess a degree of Bpharma/MBBS/integrated MSc/BS-4-yeras / / Btech.
  • candidates  must  at least secured  55 % marks in the qualifying degree for general and OBC (non creamy layer) candidates and 50 % scores for SC/ST/PH/visually handicapped candidates
  • Syllabus of the test:
  • The students question paper will be divided into three parts, (A, B and C) as per the syllabus and scheme of the exam.

Part A

  • This part should have questions pertaining to general aptitude with emphasis on quantitative Comprision, series formation, graphical analysis ,analytical , logical ,numerical ability ,reasoning, graphical analysis,  and puzzles etc.

Part B

  • This part shall contain subject-related conventional multiple choice questions (MCQs), normally  covering the topics given in the syllabus.

Part C

  • This shall contain higher value questions that may test the candidate’s knowledge of scientific concepts and/or application of the scientific concepts. The questions shall be of analytical nature where a candidate is expected to apply the scientific knowledge to arrive at the solution to the given scientific problem.

How to apply:

  • Those Interested and eligible students can apply online at the official site.

Important dates:

  • The final date for depositing challan is September 8.
  • The online application  registration  date will be September 9.
  • The last date for submission of hard copy form is 16th


The (CSIR)  Council of Scientific and Industrial Research  helds   both the CSIR UGC NET, which is a national level entrance examination in the field of science including Planetary Sciences, Earth  Atmospheric Ocean , Mathematical Sciences , Life Sciences, Physical Sciences and  Chemical Sciences.

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