"One more step towards excellence"
In our constant endeavour to provide the best for our students, we have taken one more step towards excellence by setting up
the "Doubt Clearance Cell".
The Doubt Clearance Cell is the best way to answer all queries and clear up doubts of the students. It is run
by senior faculty member, who are available to guide students on all working days.
you ever thought, some people qualify CSIR/UGC-NET exam in very 1st attempt but some people attempt twice or thrice but fails
to do so and thus are pursuing doctorate without JRF. Where fault lies?
searches two kinds of scholars; Researchers and Academicians, who analyze subjects scientifically and develop a coherent innovative
temperament. CSIR conducts NET examination in these lines and expects from students to write a concise, relevent and scientific
answer, which most of people lack.
of Advance Studies (IFAS), the name itself is self explanatory, where we guide how to
inculcate scientific thinking and mode of answer writing; provide right perspective of subject and proper strategy
to qualify not only CSIRUGC/NET examination but also various entrance examinations conducted by leading scientific institutions
in India & abroad.
in this field since last few years there are many myths prevailing among students. I would like to share some of them with
Myth: Cut off for CSIR JRF and NET is too high.
Reality: The letter above shows that 43 % marks is suffiecient for cracking CSIR JRF and even you score 38 % at
least you will get qualified in NET exam.
Myth: NET is too tough and highly competitive.
Reality: Statistics shows 50%, of the result is in the favour of M.Sc appearing candidates. It becomes tougher
after that. Total appeared candidate to final selection ratio is 30: 1.
Myth: Cramming help to qualify examination.
Reality: This is not a University examination. CSIR wants scientist; your answers have to be innovative.
Myth: Syllabus is too lengthy.
Reality: No doubt we have to cover every tit-bit of mentioned syllabus for fetching good rank but even
by attempting 50% of the question one could get through examination comfortably which is easily possible by covering 50 to
55% of the syllabus, by properly selecting mark fetching topics.
Myth: Self study is sufficient in clearing JRF.
Reality: It might be true for Central Universities students and some extra ordinary students like you. But,
in general, reality most of people find difficulties while collecting, comprehensive and relevant study materials. Right
approach is a distant dream.
clear all such myths and try to analyze the previous exams question paper and help student to prepare in Right direction.
Wishing you a successful career in the field of research and academic.
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