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    Query regarding NET Eligibility

    Dear Sir/ Ma'm,

    I seek your guidance regarding my further studies & carrier. I am an MBA with 60% marks pass-out from the Indian Institute of Planning & Management (2003-05). Now I want to pursue NET eligibility test for my carrier as a lecturer. Now this Institute is approved by UGC, but at the time of my MBA, it was not approved by UGC. Now I am willing to apply for NET but not sure whether I am eligible for NET or not.

    Kindly guide accordingly & oblige me.

    Anurag Garg.

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    CHAMP is offline Junior Member CHAMP is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Query regarding NET Eligibility

    Dear aspirant, phd.jpg

    The eligibility for NET is as follows:
    1)You have to get at-least 55% marks and 50% marks for the reserved categories in any discipline from any recognized university
    2)no age bar
    3)final year master degree students can also apply.

    These are the basic eligibility conditions for UGC NET

    As you are saying that when you pass out your your college was not recognized.So, i am afraid thatyou are not eligible for UGC NET

    Best of luck............

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    sana is offline Senior Member sana is on a distinguished road
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    Hello Friend,

    NET is a National Level Test conducted by Union Grant Commission for the post of Junior Research Fellowship and

    Eligibility Criteria:

    >>The minimum eligibility required for UGC NET is Masters Degree.

    >>You should secure at least 55% of marks in your Masters Degree.

    The Ph.D. degree holders whose Masterís level examination had been completed by 19th September, 1991 are eligible for a relaxation of 5% in aggregate marks for appearing in NET.

    >>If you have passed the UGC/CSIR JRF examination prior to 1989 you are exempted from appearing in NET.

    Age Limit:

    >>For Junior Research Fellowship you should not have more than 28 years.Relaxation available for Sc/St/OBC/PHC/VHC up to 5 years.

    >>For Lectureship there is no age limit.

    For More info log on to the official website


    All The Best...

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    mahi4mk is offline Junior Member mahi4mk is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Query regarding NET Eligibility

    dear aspirants ,

    Net exam is a mba entrance exam you crack net

    exam then you take admission in mba degree easily

    so you prepare well and after graduation you apply

    net ,cat ,xat ,any one exam you give and take admission

    top mba colges in india .

    with regards mahi...

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    pradhan is offline Junior Member pradhan is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Query regarding NET Eligibility


    Query regarding NET Eligibility ,

    1.the candidate must be graduate from recognised university.
    2.final year students can apply
    3.the minimium 50%required in genral catagories .
    4.for 45% of sc/st catagories.

    Hope It Helps!

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    king1 is offline Junior Member king1 is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Query regarding NET Eligibility

    NET stands for National Eligibility Test conducted by UGC for the admission to the PhD program or for the teaching jobs in Universities...........
    Criteria to apply for the NET exam.........
    You must have completed your master degree program from a recognized university...
    You must have at least 55% marks in your Master degree program.
    there is no age limit fixed for the post of lecturer but if you want to the Junior Research Fellowship then your age should not be more than 28 years (relaxation of 5 years to the Sc/St candidates)......
    If you are belonging from general category then you must have to score at least 40% marks in first two paper and 50% marks in third paper of NET exam to qualify the exam.....

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