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Joint CSIR-UGC Test for Junior Research Fellowship And Eligibility for Lectureship ( Mathematical Sciences)– 19th June, 2011.

Date of Examination:   19-06-2011

Start of sale of application form and Information Bulletin and  of on-Line Submission of Application 

and Fee deposit through Bank Challan:   01.03.201

Date of close of sale of application & Information Bulletin (by Post):  23-03-2011

Date of close of sale of application & Information Bulletin by cash at bank branches  and of on-Line deposit of fee (at  All stations): 30-03-2011

Date of close of On-Line submission of Applications (at  All stations):  31-03-2011

Last date of receipt of completed application forms (including duly completed hard copy of on line application in the Examination Unit:  05.04.201

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Model Question Paper:  Part A     Part B & C





CSIR-UGC (NET) Exam for award of Junior Research Fellowship and Eligibility Test for Lectureship - New Examination Scheme for Single Paper CSIR-UGC NET Examination FROM June 2011. 
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CSIR-UGC NATIONAL ELIGIBILITY TEST (NET) FOR JUNIOR RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP AND LECTURER-SHIP REVISED SYLLABUS & SCHEME OF EXAMINATION EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 2008 EXAMINATION SYLLABUS FOR PAPER - I (PART A)

This part is common to all the candidates appearing for NET. There will be 40 objective type questions in Part 'A' of Paper I. Candidates are required to answer any 25 questions. In case a candidate answers more than 25 questions, only the first 25 answers will be evaluated.

All questions shall be of 2 marks each.

There will be negative marking for wrong answers.

TOPICS

1.       General information on Science and its interface with society to test the candidate's awareness of science, aptitude of scientific and quantitative reasoning. Questions would be so designed to judge the creativity, analytical ability and research aptitude of a candidate.

The questions would be setup in each of the subject areas of NET , viz., Chemical Sciences; Earth, Atmospheric, Ocean & Planetary Sciences; Life Sciences;Mathematical Sciences and Physical Sciences.

2.    COMMON ELEMENTRY COMPUTER SCIENCE:

(Applicable to all candidates offering any subject area; A few questions dealing with basic computer awareness and uses.)

(i)                   PROGRAMMING INSTRUCTIONS

(ii)                 SIMPLE ALGORITHMS AND COMMPUTATIONAL METHODS

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For Syllabus click here

For Model Questions click here Paper I  Paper II

General Science Paper I