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The CSIR NET Age Limit Criteria is different for JRF and Assistant Professor. You can check the complete details along with the age relaxation below: – CSIR JRF Exam Eligibility – Required Age! Maximum Age – 28 years as on 1st January 2021. Age Relaxation – Up to 5 Years for SC/ST/OBC/ PwD/Female Applicants & 3 years in case of OBC (non-creamy layer). CSIR NET Eligibility Criteria for Lecturership – Required Age! There is no upper age limit in this case. Candidates from any age group can apply for lectureship.
The CSIR NET was a MCQ based test. The marking scheme was different in part A, B, C in each of the papers of Chemical Sciences, Earth Sciences, Life Sciences, Mathematical Sciences, and Physical Sciences. Based on the final answer keys and options marked by candidates, their raw scores are calculated. Then, using the normalization process, the normalized score in form of percentile is calculated. Thus the NTA score you now see at logins are the normalized percentiles. Usually the list of qualified candidates is published in the form of a pdf file containing rank and roll numbers of all who have qualified, paper wise.
CSIR UGC NET Average Cut Off lies in the range below
CSIR NET Expected Cutoff for Junior Research Fellowship
Subject Unreserved EWS OBC SC PWD ST
Chemical Science 47 – 55 49 – 52 41 – 47 33 – 39 25 – 26 26 – 29
Earth Science 56 – 64 55 – 60 48 – 57 42 – 48 29 – 33 41 – 44
Life Science 45 – 54 46 – 50 45 – 47 38 – 40 25 – 27 33 – 34
Mathematical Science 47 – 53 48 – 52 46 – 50 35 – 37 25 – 26 27 – 28
Physical Science 51 – 54 44 – 48 44 – 48 30 – 27 25 – 28 27 – 30
CSIR Net Expected Cutoff for Lectureship
Subject Unreserved EWS OBC SC PWD ST
Chemical Science 43 – 49 45 – 47 37 – 42 30 – 35 25 – 26 25 – 26
Earth Science 51 – 57 50 – 54 47 – 51 40 – 44 26 – 27 37 – 39
Life Science 49 – 51 42 – 45 40 – 43 34 – 37 23 – 25 29 – 30
Mathematics Science 48 – 51 43 – 46 41 – 44 31 – 33 23 – 25 25 – 26
Physical Science 45 – 50 40 – 43 39 – 43 29 – 33 25 – 26 25 – 28
Part A, B, and C will have 20, 40 and 60 questions wherein candidates have to attempt a maximum of 15, 35 and 25 questions respectively. Each question will have four alternatives or responses, only one of them will be the correct answer. Questions in Part A, B and C will carry 2, 2 and 4 marks respectively. There is a negative marking of one-fourth marks for incorrect answers.
In Earth Sciences exam, candidates have to answer a maximum of 15, 35 and 25 questions out of 20, 50 and 80 questions in Part-A, Part-B and Part-C respectively. Each question will have 4 alternatives, candidates have to mark the best alternative as their answer. Questions in Part-A and Part-B will carry 2 marks each and negative marking of 0.5 for wrong answer. Part-C will have questions worth 4 marks each wherein an incorrect answer can cost you 1.32 marks.
Life SciencesPart-A, Part-B and Part-C will have 20, 50 and 75 questions, out of which candidates are supposed to answer any 15, 35 and 25 questions respectively. There will be four alternatives for a questions, candidates have to mark only one alternative as their answer. Questions in Part-A, B and C will be of 2, 2 and 4 marks respectively. There will be a negative marking of 25% in all the parts.
Mathematical SciencesCSIR NET Mathematical Sciences exam will have 20, 40 and 60 questions, however, candidates have to attempt only 15, 25 and 20 questions in Part-A, Part-B and Part-C respectively. Each question will have 4 alternatives, Questions in Part A and Part B will have only one correct answer whereas Part-C questions may have one or more correct answers. Credit will be given only when exact number of correct answers are marked. There will be a negative marking of 25% in Part A and Part B. However, no negative marking is applicable in Part-C.
There will be 20, 25 and 30 questions in Part-A, Part-B and Part-C, out of which a maximum of 15, 20 and 20 questions respectively have to be answered by the candidates. There will be four alternatives against every question and only one answer would be correct. There will be a constant 25% negative marking applicable in all the parts.
JEE Main Eligibility Criteria
NTA will conduct JEE Main 2021 in February, March, April and May. Students can appear in the exam four times in a year. Also, students can appear in JEE Main in three consecutive years from the year of passing their class 12 exam.
NEET Eligibility Criteria
The NEET attempt limit, was earlier the attempt-number was restricted to three times, was removed. Henceforth, NEET exams could be attempted as many times as authorized which would be governed by the criteria of the upper age limit whose decision is still impending.
JEE Main Exam Pattern 2021-
NTA has released the new JEE Main 2021 exam pattern for B.Tech, B. Arch and B. Planning papers. The exam pattern of JEE Main 2021 is divided into JEE Paper 1 pattern for B.Tech and JEE Paper 2 pattern for B. Arch and B. Planning. As per JEE Main exam pattern 2021, each subject will have 20 MCQs and 10 Numerical Value Questions and out of 10 only 5 have to be done. According to the JEE Main 2021 exam pattern, both the papers will be conducted in online mode except for the Drawing test for B.Arch. NTA JEE Main 2021 paper pattern contains details like JEE Main 2021 examination mode, number of sections, number of questions, type of questions, JEE Main 2021 marking scheme, etc. of the exam. NTA JEE Main 2021 will be conducted in 4 sessions- February, March, April and May- Paper 1 for B.E/B.Tech and Paper 2 for B.Arch or B.Plan. Read the full article to know the detailed JEE Main exam pattern 2021 for B.E/B.Tech, B.Arch, and B.Plan courses.