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    Eligibility for NET after MIB with 65%?

    Sir,
    I have done MIB (Master of International Business) with 65 % this year
    So i want do NET in Economics. Can i give NET exam in economics ?

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    Re: Eligibility for NET after MIB with 65%?

    The eligibility criteria's are :
    i) Only those candidates are eligible to appear in NET who have completed/ are pursuing a UGC specified Masterís degree in :

    • LLM ( Master of Law of Laws)
    • MBA ( Master of Business Administration)
    • M.Com ( Master of Commerce)
    • MD ( Master of Medicine)
    • M.Dance ( Master of Dance)
    • M.Ed. ( Master of Education)
    • M.Ind. ( Master of Indology)
    • ML ( Master of Laws)
    • M.Lib.Sc. ( Master of Library Science)
    • M.Litt. ( Master of Literature or Master of Letters)
    • M.Mus. ( Master of Music)
    • MOL ( Master of Oriental Learning)
    • MPEd. ( Master of Physical Education)
    • MSW ( Master of Social Work)
    • M.Sc. ( Master of Science)
    • M.Stat. ( Master of Statistics)
    • M.Tech. ( Master of Technology)
    • M.Text ( Master of Textiles)
    • Parangat
    • Shikshan Parangat
    • MA ( Master of Arts)
    • MCA ( Master of Computer Applications)
    • MFA ( Master of Fine Arts)
    • MJ ( Master of Journalism)
    • MLIS ( Master of Library & Information Science)
    • Shiksha Acharya
    • MPA ( Master of Performing Arts)
    • MPS ( Master of Population Studies)
    • M.E. ( Master of Engineering)
    • M.F.C. ( Master of Finance and Control)
    • M.B.E. ( Master of Business Economics)
    • M.I.B. ( Master of International Business)
    • M.C.S. ( Master of Corporate secretaryshi
    thank u

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    Re: Eligibility for NET after MIB with 65%?

    Hello buddy,


    NET is one of the best option for higher education after post graduation.


    If you have completed your MBA course then offcourse you are free to chosse this course.


    NET stands for national eligibility test.


    For the exams pattern plese watch the pictures very carefully:-





    some of the eligibility cretiria of net are as follows::


    1. candidate must have secured 55% marks in post graduation


    2. age should be 28 or less then 28


    3.50% for reserved category and for phd candidate as well.


    4.candidate of final year of post graduation can also aply for NET exam


    For other kind of information please visit to the link


    http://www.ugc.ac.in/


    hope the above information helps you


    Bye

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    Re: Eligibility for NET after MIB with 65%?

    Hello Dear Dude ..

    How about you ??


    N.E.T --- NATIONAL ELIGIBILITY TEST

    You must have a minimum of POST GRADUATION from a recognized university

    You must have secured a minimum of 55% in Academics

    Final year Candidates can also apply for the exam






    And the various percentage are given above

    It is a National Level Entrance exam for the POST GRADUATE candidates who wish to get the Admission in Ph.D Research ..


    That is it


    GOOD LUCK

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    Re: Eligibility for NET after MIB with 65%?

    Hello buddy,

    ofcourse you can give the exam of net

    NET stands for national eligibility test................

    some of the eligibility cretiria of net are as follows::

    1. age should be less or equal to28

    2. post graduate from any recognised university

    3. minimum of 55% marks in post graduation

    4. for reserved category marks relaxation is 50%





    hope it helps you

    432

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    Re: Eligibility for NET after MIB with 65%?

    Eligibility Criteria for UGC - NET - National Eligibility Test

    Candidate should have a master's degree in any discipline from a recognized university with at least 55% marks and 50% marks for SC/ST category candidates

    Candidate must have at least 50% marks in graduation also and 45% marks in case of SC/ST category candidates and should have a good academic record

    Dear if you have completed your MIB from a recognized university then you are completely eligible to apply for UGC NET entrance test and may enter in educational field so please you should keep visiting at - www.ugcnetonline.com and get details about the upcoming entrance test of NET which may be conduced in June so that you should apply for that and prepare for that entrance test

    I have attached some question papers of previous years for UGC NET entrance test please download

    All the best
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    Re: Eligibility for NET after MIB with 65%?

    Yes you are eligible for the NET exam as you have completed your Master degree and your marks is also more than 55% which is required........
    Criteria for NET....
    You must have completed you Master degree from any recognized university.........
    You must have 55% marks or above in your master degree........
    Age limit---
    For Junior Research Fellowship your age should not be more than 28 years(5 years relaxation is for Sc/St candidates ).......
    For the post of lecturers there is no age limit....
    Final year Master degree students can also apply for the exam............

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