CSIR UGC NET June Admit Card 2018 (Released)- Get Here
Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) has released the online application form for the Examination of the JRF and NET (Lecturer).
Those candidates who are interested in applying for the various post released by the CSIR are requested to fill the Fellowship Form if they are completing the eligibility criteria.
Every Detail about the Online application form is listed here online.
|Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR)|
|Joint CSR UGC Test for JRF & NET June 2018|
|No. 10- 2(5)/2018(i) - E.U.II Short Details of Notification|
|Important Dates||Application Fee|
|Application Begin : 23/08/2017||General : 1000/-|
|Last Date for Fee Deposit : 15/092017||OBC : 500/-|
|Last Date for Complete Form : 23/09/2017 (Extended)||ST / SC / PH : 250/-|
|Last Date Receipt Hard Copy : 30/09/2017||Pay the Examination Fee Through E Challan Deposit Fee at Any Branches of Indian Bank.|
|Exam Held on : 17/12/2017||-|
|Result Available : 11/05/2018||-|
|Eligibility||Subject for Test|
|M.Sc / Equivalent Degree with 55% Marks for General / OBC Candidates.||Chemical Science|
|For SC / ST and PH Candidates : 50% Marks.||Earth, Atmospheric, Ocean and Planetary Science|
|Integrated Course and B.E/ B.Tech / B.Pharma and MBBS Candidates Are Also Eligible for CSIR NET 2018||Life Science|
|Vacancy Details with Post Code|
|Age Limit as on 01/07/2017||Send Application Form To|
|JRF : Maximum Age 28 Years||The Deputy Secretary (Exam), Human Resource Development Group, Examination Unit, CSIR Complex, Library Avenue, Pusa, New Delhi-110012|
|For Lecturer / Net : No Age Limit||-|
The Council of Scientific and Industrial Research was established by the Government of India in 1942 is an autonomous body that has emerged as the largest research and development organization in India.
It runs thirty-eight laboratories and thirty-nine field stations or extension centers throughout the nation, with a collective staff of over 12,000 scientists and scientific and technical personnel.
Although it is mainly funded by the Ministry of Science and Technology, it operates as an autonomous body through the Societies Registration Act, 1860