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    Eligible for NET exam after completing MBA?

    i completed my mba and i am eligible for net exam for doing phd

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    Neha is offline Senior Member Neha is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Eligible for NET exam after completing MBA?

    Hello friend

    yes you are eligible for NET exam after your MBA .

    The last date to apply online for the test is today i.e.30th April,2012 while the last date to submit the forms is extended to 9th May ,2012 which was earlier scheduled for 7th June,2012.

    [h=2]NET stands for National Eligibility Test is the National Level Entrance examination for post-graduate candidates who wish to qualify for admission in Ph.D research and university level teaching jobs in India.[/h][h=2]For the humanities and art discipline,it is administered by the University Grants Commission (referred as UGC NET) while for the science and engineering discipline it is jointly conducted by Council Of Scientific And Industrial Research (CSIR) and University Grants Commission (CSIR-UGC NET).[/h][h=2]UGC conducts NET twice a year i.e. in the months of June and December.The Notifications announcing the June and Dec.examinations are published in the months of March and September resp.in the weekly Journal of Nation-wide circulation- Employment News.[/h]The results are declared in the months of October and April resp.And published in the above newspaper and also on UGC website.


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    Re: Eligible for NET exam after completing MBA?

    Dear Friend,

    Dear Friend,

    Yes you can give NET-National Eligibility Test which is held natinal wide for students who had completed post graduated course and univesity level teaching jobs in India.

    Subjects are related to Aptitude, objectives and Earth Science, chemical science type question etc.

    Best of Luck!!!

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    nemat is offline Senior Member nemat is on a distinguished road
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    Dear sir,

    Eligibility criteria of NET examination..........

    Minimum qualification for appearing NET will be a pass in Master's Degree with 55% marks

    JRF NET exam :The age limit of CSIR NET exam is 19 years minimum

    The maximum age limit is said to be 28 years. For SC/ST/BC/PH/VH Categories and to womens Applicant there can be a minimum of 5 years relaxation.

    3 years Relaxation will be provided for LLM Degree

    For LS(NET exam) there is no upper age limit

    For Lecturership (NET):
    Minimum 19 years . No upper age limit

    For further Detials see the site...http://www.ugc.ac.in/inside/net.html

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    joyshreenath is offline Senior Member joyshreenath is on a distinguished road
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    Its a good decision that you have taken. NET's full form is National Eligibility Test. This is held twice a year. For now there will be an exam on the 17th of june 2012. But for this application deadline is over. I would ask you to appear for the next one. You have 3 papers in NET examination. For each paper there is certain cut-off.If you clear this cut-off then you will be eligible for either lectureship or JRF(Junior Research Fellow) or a combination of both, according to the option selected by you in the form. But let me give you an information.
    Just clearing the NET won't give you a direct admission for PhD. You have to apply for the institute you want to go to, and sit for their respective interview. The amount of stipend that is given for a NET scorer is 14K per month.

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    Re: Eligible for NET exam after completing MBA?

    yes, you can apply provided you have done your MBA from recognized university

    and you hold degree of MBA course .

    Minimum qualification for NET entrance exam

    Masters in subject from recognized university with at least 55% marks.

    Age limit

    For Lecturer ship - There is no age limit to apply for Lecturer ship.

    Many institutions or universities offer Ph.d consider

    NET examination qualification for short listing the candidate for INTERVIEW/FINAL SELECTION done for Ph.d course .

    for more info visit website


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    Re: Eligible for NET exam after completing MBA?

    Yes , After completion of your MBA degree you are applicable for NET exam.

    NET stands for National Eligibility Test which is conducted by UGC.This exam will be happen twice time in a year.

    Those candidate have completed masters degree from recognized university are eligible for NET exam.For general and OBC candidate must be hold 55%above in masters degree. SC/ST candidate must be hold 50% above in masters degree.

    For Junior research fellowship course your age must be in between 19 to 28 years.For lectureship ,There is no upper age limit but the Minimum age is 19 years.

    I have attached some Question paper of NET exam so please check it out.This papers are really helpful for you.

    For more details about NET exam click on the link http://www.ugc.ac.in

    Attached Files

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    Re: Eligible for NET exam after completing MBA?

    My name is REMO. I have been qualified ICWAI . I dont have any PG or MBA. I would like to write NET exam. is it sufficient qualification of ICWAI to write NET or any other qualifications required. please suggest......

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