CSIR UGC NET 2019

17 Apr, 2019

CSIR UGC NET 2019- CSIR or Council of Scientific and Industrial Research has extended the last date of submission of application form from 18 March 2019 to 22 March 2019 released all the official notification of CSIR UGC NET 2019 on 19 February 2019. The application forms were available from 25 February 2019. Candidates can check their status of registration from 15 May 2019. Admit card will be available from 1st week of June 2019. The CSIR UGC NET 2019 Examination will be held on 16 June 2019. Result will be declared by July 2019. This exam will be conducted on the grounds of the subjects pertaining to Science and technology.  Through CSIR UGC NET exam, the applicants will be able to apply for the assistant professor post and that of Junior research fellowship. The candidates who are eligible and interested for the CSIR UGC NET 2019 exam can complete the process of online application.  In order to fill the Application form without facing the uncertain scenario candidate should make sure that they fulfill each and every rule implemented under Eligibility Criteria. This article will clear all your doubts about the CSIR UGC NET 2019 exam, events and dates, application form procedure, application fee details, eligibility criteria, exam pattern, admit card issuance, result declaration and some important facts about this exam. 

Note: The conducting authority has extended the last date of submission of application form from 18 March 2019 to 22 March 2019. 

    CSIR UGC NET Application 2019: Check here

    Highlights of CSIR UGC NET 2019

    Candidates can check the highlights of CSIR UGC NET 2019 below: 

    Highlights

    Specifications

    Name of Exam

    CSIR UGC NET 2019

    Conducting Authority

    CSIR (Council of Scientific and Industrial Research)

    Mode of Application

    Online

    Mode of Examination

    Online

    Conducting for

    Choosing eligible candidates for assistant professor post and junior research fellowship (JRF)

    Official Website

    csirhrdg.res.in

    CSIR Latest Update* CSIR Official Information Notification 2019: Download Here

    CSIR UGC NET Notification 2019

    Council of Scientific and Industrial Research or CSIR is the exam conducting unit of CSIR UGC NET and has published the official notification of CSIR UGC NET on its website from where the candidates can access it in the form of PDF. The authority has released the notification on 19 Febuary 2019. After qualifying this exam, the candidates will become eligible for junior research fellowship and assistant professor post.

    CSIR UGC NET 2019 exam will be conducted online on 16 June 2019 and the candidates need to qualify the same with good score in order to get selected for JRF post and assistant lecturer. The authority will consider the marks of this exam only for the evaluation of the final result.

    CSIR UGC NET Important Dates 2019

    The events pertaining to CSIR UGC NET 2019 exam will start from the application form filling and end at the release of the final result. The schedule for these events has been published by the CSIR and is mentioned below:

    Events

    Important Dates (Released)

    Release of CSIR UGC NET 2019 official Notification

    19 February 2019

    Release of CSIR UGC NET application form 2019

    25 February 2019

    Last date for submission of application form online

    22 March 2019 (Extended) from 18 March 2019

    Declaration of the registered  candidates’ list on the web portal

    15 May 2019

    Availability of CSIR UGC NET admit card 2019

    1st week of June 2019

    CSIR UGC NET examination 2019

    16 June 2019

    Result Declaration

    July 2019

    CISR UGC NET Application Form 2019

    • CSIR is the leading authority that has uploaded the application form for CSIR UGC NET 2019 exam on its official website from 25 February 2019.
    • All the applicants who are eligible to apply for CSIR UGC NET 2019 exam will have to complete the process of online registration and form filling before the deadline that will is 22 March 2019.
    • The candidates first go through the eligibility requirements for CSIR UGC NET 2019 and then go ahead to fill the form online.
    • The applicants can access the link of the application form online by visiting the web portal of CSIR.
    • The details given in the form need to be filled accurately without any error.
    • The applicants will have to properly check the information that they will provide in the application form for CSIR UGC NET 2019 as the authority will not given any other chance to edit the details once the form will be submitted online.
    • The documents need to be uploaded online as specified by CSIR and the application fee should also be paid via online mode.
    • The applicants must be aware that there will not be any other option to apply for this exam except the online mode.
    • There is no other mode of filling and submitting form except online mode.

    How to apply for CSIR UGC NET 2019?

    • Go to the web portal of CSIR that is csirhrdg.res.in
    • Search for the link of CSIR UGC NET 2019 application that will be there at HRDG.
    • Once the link will be opened, the applicants are supposed to mention the mandatory details in it without any error.
    • After filling the personal, educational and contact details in the application form, the candidates are recommended to check the same for any kind of error in the information as the form will get rejected if the authority will detect any discrepancy in it.
    • The candidates will have to take the hard copy of the filled form for further process.
    • Once the print out of the form will be taken, the candidates need to affix the photograph of passport size on the given space and also need to sign it.
    • The candidates can make the payment of application fee as per their category via debit or credit card or net banking.
    • The applicants who are from the cities of Imphal and Srinagar can pay the fee amount through RTGS or NEFT also.

    Application Fee Details

    • The fee amount of CSIR UGC NET 2019 for General category candidates will be Rs 1000/-
    • The application fee for SC & ST candidates will be Rs-500/-
    • The fee for Handicapped applicants will be Rs-250/-
    • The applicants can make the payment through NEFT, RTGS, net banking, debit or credit card.

    CSIR UGC NET Eligibility Criteria 2019

    • The candidates must carry the score of 55% in the courses like B.Tech or BE or MBBS or M.Sc or BSc. (Hons) or Integrated MS-PhD or some other equivalent course.
    • The applicants who belong to the reserved categories will get the relaxation of 5% marks to get eligible for CSIR UGC NET 2019 exam.
    • The applicants who have done their Ph.D. before 19th September 1992 can also proceed to appear in the CSIR UGC NET 2019 exam.

    CSIR UGC NET Exam Pattern 2019

    The applicants will have to learn about CSIR UGC NET Exam Pattern 2019 before making the study plan. This will help them to know about the paper layout, mode of exam, languages of exam, sections, and parts in the paper, types and number of questions, marking scheme and much more. Below details are all about the CSIR UGC NET 2019 exam pattern:

    • There will be only one paper of this exam and the questions will be multiple choice type.
    • The booklet for the exam will be provided in both English and Hindi Version.
    • There will be three sections in the booklet, A, B, and C.
    • There will be the clause of negative marking and will be applied subject wise.
    • Once the answer key will be released after the exam, the authority will not handle any kind of grievances from the end of the candidates.
    Parts Subjects Number of Questions
    A General Aptitude, Logical Reasoning, Graphical Analysis, Numeric Ability etc.

     

     

    200

    B Mathematics & Engineering Aptitude
    C Application of the scientific concepts, Engineering Sciences

     Subjects of the Exam

    No. Subject
    I Life Sciences
    II Atmospheric, Earth & Ocean and Planetary Sciences
    III Mathematical Sciences
    IV Chemical Sciences
    V Physical Sciences

    Session & Timings

    Session Timings Time duration
    Morning Session 9.00AM to 12.00 Noon 3 hours
    Afternoon Session 2.00 PM to 5.00 PM

    CSIR UGC NET Syllabus 2019

    CSIR UGC NET 2019 Examination will be conducted in two papers that are paper 1 and paper 2. Paper 1 will be common to all the candidates submitting the application form successfully. Candidates have a look on the syllabus of CSIR UGC NET 2019:

    Paper 1:

    • Paper 1 will be of 2 hours and 30 minutes duration.
    • Maximum marks of Paper 1 will be 200 marks.

    Paper 1 (Part – A) syllabus:

    • There will be 40 multiple type questions. Candidates will be required to answer any 25 question. If any Candidate answers more than 25 questions the first 25 questions will be considered by the official authority.
    • Each question will carry 2 marks.

    Topics covered:

    S. No.

    Topic Covered

    1

    Part I of Paper 1 will be consisting of general information on Science and its interface with society. The motive of this section is to test the candidate’s awareness of science, aptitude of scientific and quantitative reasoning. The creativity, analytical ability and research aptitude of a candidate will be judged in this section.

    Questions will be framed considering the subjects that NET covers: Chemical Sciences, Earth, Atmospheric, Ocean & Planetary Sciences, Life Sciences, Mathematical Sciences and Physical Sciences.

     

    2

    Common Elementary Computer science – In this section, candidates will be asked questions from basic computer awareness & uses as programming instructions & simple algorithms
    & computational methods.

    Paper 1 (Part – B) Syllabus: Chemical Science

    • There will be 100 questions in Part B of Paper 2. Candidates will be requiring answering 75 questions. If any Candidate answers more than 75 questions the first 75 questions will be considered by the official authority.
    • Each question will carry 2 marks.
    • There will be negative marking for wrong answers.

    Paper 2: Chemical Science

    • Paper 2 will be of 2 hours and 30 minutes duration.
    • Maximum marks of Paper 2 will be 200 marks.
    • Paper 2 will be consisting of 35-40 short answer type questions.
    • Paper 2 will be consisting of descriptive type questions.
    • Question No. 1 will be compulsory to answer and will carry 20 marks.
    • After the compulsory question, candidate will be requiring to answer a maximum of 12 questions of fifteen marks each.
    • One page will be provided to the candidate to answer the question.

    Syllabus for Chemical science:

    1. Physical Chemistry:

    Basic principles and applications of quantum mechanics – hydrogen atom, angular momentum.

    Variational and perturbational methods.

    Basics of atomic structure, electronic configuration, shapes of orbitals, hydrogen atom spectra.

    Theoretical treatment of atomic structures and chemical bonding.

    Chemical applications of group theory.

    Basic principles and application of spectroscopy – rotational, vibrational, electronic, Raman, ESR, NMR.

    Chemical thermodynamics.

    Phase equilibria.

    Statistical thermodynamics.

    Chemical equilibria.

    Electrochemistry – Nernst equation, electrode kinetics, electrical double layer, Debye-Hückel theory.

    Chemical kinetics – empirical rate laws, Arrhenius equation, theories of reaction rates, determination of reaction mechanisms, experimental techniques for fast reactions.

    Concepts of catalysis.

    Polymer chemistry. Molecular weights and their determinations. Kinetics of chain polymerization.

    Solids – structural classification of binary and ternary compounds, diffraction techniques, bonding, thermal, electrical and magnetic properties

    Collids and surface phenomena.

    Data analysis.

    1. Inorganic Chemistry

    Chemical periodicity

    Structure and bonding in homo- and heteronuclear molecules, including shapes of molecules.

    Concepts of acids and bases.

    Chemistry of the main group elements and their compounds. Allotropy, synthesis, bonding and structure.

    Chemistry of transition elements and coordination compounds – bonding theories, spectral and magnetic properties, reaction mechanisms.

     Inner transition elements – spectral and magnetic properties, analytical applications.

    Organometallic compounds – synthesis, bonding and structure, and reactivity. Organometallics in homogenous catalysis.

    cages and metal clusters.

     Analytical chemistry- separation techniques. Spectroscopic electro- and thermoanalytical methods. 10. Bioinorganic chemistry – photosystems, porphyrines, metalloenzymes, oxygen transport, electron- transfer reactions, nitrogen fixation.

    Physical characterisation of inorganic compounds by IR, Raman, NMR, EPR, Mössbauer, UV-, NQR, MS, electron spectroscopy and microscopic techniques.

    Nuclear chemistry – nuclear reactions, fission and fusion, radio-analytical techniques and activation analysis.

    1. Organic Chemistry:

    IUPAC nomenclature of organic compounds.

    Principles of stereochemistry, conformational analysis, isomerism and chirality.

    Reactive intermediates and organic reaction mechanisms.

    Concepts of aromaticity.

    Pericyclic reactions.

    Named reactions.

    Transformations and rearrangements.

    Principles and applications of organic photochemistry. Free radical reactions.

    Reactions involving nucleophotic carbon intermediates.

    Oxidation and reduction of functional groups.

    Common reagents (organic, inorganic and organometallic) in organic synthesis.

    Chemistry of natural products such as steroids, alkaloids, terpenes, peptides, carbohydrates, nucleic acids and lipids.

    Selective organic transformations – chemoselectivity, regioselectivity, stereoselectivity, enantioselectivity. Protecting groups.

    Chemistry of aromatic and aliphatic heterocyclic compounds.

    Physical characterisation of organic compounds by IR, UV-, MS, and NMR.

    1. Interdisciplinary Topics:

    Chemistry in nanoscience and technology.

    Catalysis and green chemistry.

    Medicinal chemistry.

    Supramolecular chemistry.

    Environmental chemistry

    Paper I: Earth, Atmospheric, Ocean & Planetary Sciences

    • Paper 1 will be of 2 hours and 30 minutes duration.
    • Maximum marks of Paper 1 will be 200 marks.
    1. Part A:

     There will be 40 questions in Part B of Paper 2. Candidates will be requiring answering 25 questions. If any Candidate answers more than 25 questions the first 25 questions will be considered by the official authority.

    1. Part B:

    There will be 100 questions in Part B of Paper 2. Candidates will be requiring answering 75 questions. If any Candidate answers more than 75 questions the first 75 questions will be considered by the official authority.

    • Each question will carry 2 marks.
    • There will be negative marking for wrong answers.

    Paper II: Earth, Atmospheric, Ocean & Planetary Sciences

    • Paper 2 will be of 2 hours and 30 minutes duration.
    • Maximum marks of Paper 2 will be 200 marks.
    • Paper 2 will be consisting of 36-42 short answer type questions.
    • Paper 2 will be consisting of descriptive type questions.
    • Candidate will be requiring answering a maximum of 10 questions of twenty marks each.
    • One page will be provided to the candidate to answer the question.

    Syllabus of Earth, Atmospheric, Ocean and Planetary Sciences

    Earth & the solar system

    Milky Way and the solar system. Modern theories on the origin of the Earth and other planetary bodies. Earth’s orbital parameters, Kepler’s laws of planetary motion, Geological Time Scale; Space and time scales of processes in the solid Earth, atmosphere and oceans. Age of the Earth. Radioactive isotopes and their applications in earth sciences. Basic principles of stratigraphy. Theories about the origin of life and the nature of fossil record. Earth’s gravity and magnetic fields and its thermal structure: Geoid, spheroid; Isostasy.

    Earth Materials

    Gross composition and physical properties of important minerals and rocks; properties and processes responsible for mineral concentrations; nature and distribution of rocks and minerals in different units of the earth and different parts of India.

    Surface features & processes

    Physiography of the Earth; weathering, erosion, transportation and deposition of Earth’s material; formation of soil, sediments and sedimentary rocks; energy balance of the Earth’s surface processes; physiographic features and river basins in India

    Interior of the Earth, Deformation & tectonics

    Basic concepts of seismology and internal structure of the Earth. Physicochemical and seismic properties of Earth’s interior. Concepts of stress and strain. Behaviour of rocks under stress; Folds, joints and faults. Earthquakes – their causes and measurement. Interplate and intraplate seismicity. Paleomagnetism, sea floor spreading and plate tectonics.

    Oceans & Atmosphere

    Hypsography of the continents and ocean floor –continental shelf, slope, rise and abyssal plains. Physical and chemical properties of sea water and their spatial variations. Residence times of elements in sea water. Ocean currents, waves and tides, important current systems, thermohaline circulation and the oceanic conveyor belt. Major water masses of the world’s oceans. Biological productivity in the oceans. Motion of fluids, waves in atmospheric and oceanic systems. Atmospheric turbulence and boundary layer. Structure and chemical composition of the atmosphere, lapse rate and stability, scale height, geopotential, greenhouse gases and global warming. Cloud formation and precipitation processes, air- sea interactions on different space and time scales. Insolation and heat budget, radiation balance, general circulation of the atmosphere and ocean. Climatic and sea level changes on different time scales. Coupled ocean-atmosphere system, El Nino Southern Oscillation (ENSO). General weather systems of India, – Monsoon system, cyclone and jet stream, Western disturbances and severe local convective systems, distribution of precipitation over India. Marine and atmospheric pollution, ozone depletion.

    Environmental Earth Sciences

    Properties of water; hydrological cycle; water resources and management. Energy resources, uses, degradation, alternatives and management; Ecology and biodiversity. Impact of use of energy and land on the environment. Exploitation and conservation of mineral and other natural resources. Natural hazards. Elements of Remote Sensing

    Paper I: Life Sciences

    • Paper 1 will be of 2 hours and 30 minutes duration.
    • Maximum marks of Paper 1 will be 200 marks.
    1. Part A:

     There will be 40 questions in Part B of Paper 2. Candidates will be requiring answering 25 questions. If any Candidate answers more than 25 questions the first 25 questions will be considered by the official authority.

    1. Part B:

    There will be 100 questions in Part B of Paper 2. Candidates will be requiring answering 75 questions. If any Candidate answers more than 75 questions the first 75 questions will be considered by the official authority.

    • Each question will carry 2 marks.
    • There will be negative marking for wrong answers.

    Paper II: Life Sciences

    • Paper 2 will be of 2 hours and 30 minutes duration.
    • Maximum marks of Paper 2 will be 200 marks.
    • Paper 2 will be consisting of 39-45 short answer type questions.
    • One question will be compulsory to answer which will carry 20 marks.
    • Paper 2 will be consisting of descriptive type questions.
    • Candidate will be requiring answering a maximum of 15 questions of twelve marks each.
    • One page will be provided to the candidate to answer the question.

    Syllabus of Life sciences

    1. MOLECULES AND THEIR INTERACTION RELAVENT TO BIOLOGY
    2. CELLULAR ORGANIZATION
    • Membrane structure and function
    • Structural organization and function of intracellular organelles
    • Organization of genes and chromosomes
    • Cell division and cell cycle
    • Microbial Physiology
    1. FUNDAMENTAL PROCESSES
    • DNA replication, repair and recombination
    • RNA synthesis and processing
    • Protein synthesis and processing
    • Control of gene expression at transcription and translation level
    1. CELL COMMUNICATION AND CELL SIGNALING
    • Host parasite interaction
    • Cell signaling
    • Cellular communication
    • Cancer
    • Innate and adaptive immune system
    1. DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    • Basic concepts of development
    • Gametogenesis, fertilization and early development
    • Morphogenesis and organogenesis in animals
    • Morphogenesis and organogenesis in plants
    • Programmed cell death, aging and senescence
    1. SYSTEM PHYSIOLOGY – PLANT
    • Photosynthesis
    • Respiration and photorespiration
    • Nitrogen metabolism
    • Plant hormones
    • Sensory photobiology
    • Solute transport and photoassimilate translocation
    • Secondary metabolites
    • Stress physiology
    1. SYSTEM PHYSIOLOGY – ANIMAL
    • Blood and circulation
    • Cardiovascular System
    • Respiratory system
    • Nervous system
    • Sense organs
    • Excretory system
    • Thermoregulation
    • Stress and adaptation
    • Digestive system
    • Endocrinology and reproduction
    1. INHERITANCE BIOLOGY
    • Mendelian principles
    • Concept of gene
    • Extensions of Mendelian principles
    • Gene mapping methods
    • Extra chromosomal inheritance
    • Microbial genetics
    • Human genetics
    • Quantitative genetics
    • Mutation
    • Structural and numerical alterations of chromosomes
    • Recombination
    1. DIVERSITY OF LIFE FORMS
    • Principles and methods of taxonomy
    • Levels of structural organization
    • Outline classification of plants, animals and microorganisms
    • Natural history of Indian subcontinent
    • Organisms of health and agricultural importance
    1. ECOLOGICAL PRINCIPLES
    • The Environment
    • Habitat and niche
    • Population ecology
    • Species interactions
    • Community ecology
    • Ecological succession
    • Ecosystem
    • Biogeography
    • Applied ecology
    • Conservation biology
    1. EVOLUTION AND BEHAVIOUR
    • Emergence of evolutionary thoughts
    • Origin of cells and unicellular evolution
    • Paleontology and evolutionary history
    • Molecular Evolution
    • The Mechanisms
    • Brain, Behavior, and Evolution
    1. APPLIED BIOLOGY
    2. METHODS IN BIOLOGY
    • Molecular biology and recombinant DNA methods
    • Histochemical and immunotechniques
    • Biophysical methods
    • Statistical Methods
    • Radiolabeling techniques
    • Microscopic techniques
    • Electrophysiological methods
    • Methods in field biology
    • Computational methods

    Paper I: Mathematical Sciences

    • Paper 1 will be of 2 hours and 30 minutes duration.
    • Maximum marks of Paper 1 will be 200 marks.
    1. Part A:

     There will be 40 questions in Part B of Paper 2. Candidates will be requiring answering 25 questions. If any Candidate answers more than 25 questions the first 25 questions will be considered by the official authority.

    1. Part B:

    There will be 75 questions in Part B of Paper 2. Candidates will be requiring answering 50 questions. If any Candidate answers more than 50 questions the first 50 questions will be considered by the official authority.

    • Each question will carry 2 marks.
    • There will be negative marking for wrong answers.

    Paper II: Mathematical Sciences

    • Paper 2 will be of 2 hours and 30 minutes duration.
    • Maximum marks of Paper 2 will be 200 marks.
    • Paper 2 will be consisting of 39-46 short answer type questions.
    • One question will be compulsory to answer which will carry 20 marks.
    • Paper 2 will be consisting of descriptive type questions.
    • Candidate will be requiring answering a maximum of 10 questions.
    • One page will be provided to the candidate to answer the question.

    Syllabus of Mathematical Sciences

    Unit

    Topic

    Unit 1

    Analysis

    Linear Algebra

    Unit 2

    Complex Analysis

    Algebra

    Unit 3

    Ordinary Differential Equations (ODEs)

    Partial Differential Equations (PDEs):

    Numerical Analysis

    Calculus of Variations:

    Linear Integral Equations

    Classical Mechanics

    Unit 4

    Descriptive statistics, exploratory data analysis

    Paper I: Mathematical Sciences

    • Paper 1 will be of 2 hours and 30 minutes duration.
    • Maximum marks of Paper 1 will be 200 marks.
    1. Part A:

     There will be 40 questions in Part B of Paper 2. Candidates will be requiring answering 25 questions. If any Candidate answers more than 25 questions the first 25 questions will be considered by the official authority.

    1. Part B:

    There will be 100 questions in Part B of Paper 2. Candidates will be requiring answering 75 questions. If any Candidate answers more than 75 questions the first 50 questions will be considered by the official authority.

    • Each question will carry 2 marks.
    • There will be negative marking for wrong answers.

    Paper II: Mathematical Sciences

    • Paper 2 will be of 2 hours and 30 minutes duration.
    • Maximum marks of Paper 2 will be 200 marks.
    1. Part A:

    There will be 10 questions. Each question will carry 15 marks. Candidates will be requiring answering 8 questions. If any Candidate answers more than 8 questions the first 8 questions will be considered by the official authority.

    1. Part B:

    There will be 20 questions. Each question will carry 10 marks. Candidates will be requiring answering 8 questions. If any Candidate answers more than 8 questions the first 8 questions will be considered by the official authority.

    Syllabus of Physical Sciences

    1. Mathematical Methods of Physics
    2. Classical Mechanics
    3. Electromagnetic Theory
    4. Quantum Mechanics
    5. Thermodynamic and Statistical Physics
    6. Electronics
    7. Experimental Techniques and data analysis
    8. Atomic & Molecular Physics
    9. Condensed Matter Physics
    10. Nuclear and Particle Physics

    CSIR UGC NET Admit Card 2019

    • The candidates who will apply for the exam successfully and deposit the fee will be able to get the CSIR UGC NET 2019 admit card.
    • The authority will upload the admit card or hall ticket on its CSIR website.
    • The applicants need to download the same online and take the hard copies for future use.
    • It is mandatory for the candidates to bring CSIR UGC NET Admit Card on day of examination.
    • The invigilator will not allow the applicants who will fail to provide the admit card.
    • The examination details like date, time, venue etc will be clearly mentioned in the admit card.

    CSIR UGC NET Examination Centers 2019

    The CSIR UGC NET 2019 exam will take place at approximately 27 centers that are dispersed all over the country. The list is given below:

    Bangalore

    Guwahati

    Nagpur

    Bhavnagar

    Hyderabad

    Pilani

    Bhopal

     

    Imphal

    Pune

    Bhubaneswar

     

    Jammu

    Raipur

    Chandigarh

     

    Jamshedpur

    Roorkee

    Chennai

     

    Jorhat

    Srinagar

    Cochin

     

    Karaikudi

    Thiruvananthapuram

    Delhi

     

    Kolkata

    Udaipur

    Guntur

    Lucknow

    Varanasi

     CSIR UGC NET Result 2019

    • CSIR is the main authority that takes the onus of publishing the result for CSIR UGC NET 2019 exam in the month of July 2019.
    • The authority will publish the actual date of the result on its website. The applicants need to keep track of the same.
    • Once the result will be announced, the applicants can go ahead to apply for junior level research fellowship post and that of assistant lecturer.

    Things to Remember: CISR UGC NET 2019

    • The candidates need to make sure that they meet the eligibility requirements as set by CSIR before proceeding to fill the online application form for CSIR UGC NET 2019 exam.
    • It is suggestible to complete the process of application before the deadline to stay away from any last moment hassle.
    • The hall ticket or admit card for CSIR UGC NET exam 2019 will be available on the web portal of CSIR that is www.csirhrdg.res.in.
    • The applicants are advised to fill and submit single application. More than one form will be rejected by the authority.
    • The candidates will not get any opportunity to make changes in the already submitted form. Thus, they need to review the details before submitting it online.
    • CSIR is not liable to send any kind of information personally to the candidates. All the details will be updated on its website.

    This is all about the CSIR UGC NET 2019 exam details. If you have any issue regarding it, write to us.

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