CSIR NET Mathematical Science: One of the most challenging exams is around the corner i.e., CSIR NET Mathematical Science and you must be thinking about your performance in the upcoming CSIR NET Mathematical Science Exam, right? The corona outbreak has affected the whole world and it is normal to get distracted.
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CSIR NET Mathematical Science Exam 2021
The organizations which conduct this exam are the Council for Scientific & Industrial Research (CSIR) and University Grants Commission. The organizations also conduct Life Science, Physical Sciences, Chemical Science, Earth Science apart from Mathematical Science. This exam is usually held in the months of June and December. Read the next sections with a focused mind.
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Special Notes for CSIR NET Mathematical Science |
CSIR NET Mathematical Science Exam Date 2021
Exam Dates 2021 are mentioned below:
Events |
CSIR UGC NET Exam Date 2021 (Expected) |
Start of Online Application |
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CSIR NET Last Date 2021 of Online Form Submission |
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Form Correction Process |
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Admit Card |
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CSIR UGC NET 2021 Exam Date |
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Answer Keys |
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CSIR NET Result Date |
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CSIR UGC NET 2021 Key Points
Name of the Exam |
Joint CSIR UGC NET |
Conducted by |
NTA (National Testing Agency) |
Posts offered |
Junior Research Fellowship and Lectureship |
Periodicity |
Twice – June and December |
Mode of Application |
Online |
Mode of Exam |
Online |
Official Website |
csirnet.nta.nic.in |
CSIR NET Mathematical Science Exam Eligibility
You must know whether you are eligible for this exam or not. What is the point of preparing for the Mathematical Science exam without even knowing the eligibility? It will be a waste of time, right? Take your time and check the CSIR NET mathematical science eligibility before you proceed for the next step. Here are the things which you need to know-
Nationality
- Candidate must be an Indian citizen.
- If any candidate is found otherwise, the application form of that particular candidate will be rejected.
Age Limit
- The maximum age limit prescribed for the award of Joint Research Fellowship (JRF) is 28 years as on January 1, 2020.
- The upper age limit may be relaxed up to 5 years for reserved category candidates (SC/ST/Persons with Disability (PwD) and female applicants) and 3 years for OBC – Non-creamy layer candidates.
- There is no stipulated age limit for the Lectureship.
CSIR NET Mathematical Science Educational Qualification Requirements
- Candidates must have a degree in B.Pharma or BE or B. Tech or MSc or MBBS or Integrated BS-MS or any other science degree with at least 55% marks.
- 5% marks relaxation is given to candidates who belong to reserved category.
- Aspirants who are currently pursuing M.Sc and have completed graduation (10+2+3) are also eligible for this examination.
- Candidates who have done B.Sc or if they are pursuing the Integrated MS-PhD program and have got a minimum 55% marks then they are eligible to apply.
- Candidates, who have completed graduation from science or engineering background can also get the fellowship, provided they register for Ph.D. or Ph.D. integrated program within two years.
CSIR NET Mathematical Science Exam Pattern
The Mathematical Science exam pattern is something that is flexible and the best way to monitor the changes in the pattern is by referring to the sample test papers. You can also join a coaching center to observe the minute details in relation to the pattern.
Basically, there are three parts; Part ‘A’, Part ‘B’ and Part ‘C’.
- Part-A is common for all the subjects and is based on General Science questions.
- Part-B deals with subject-related conventional MCQs.
- Part-C consists of high-value questions, which test your knowledge about scientific concepts and their applications.
The candidates can answer a maximum of 15, 25, and 20 questions from Part-A, Part-B and Part-C respectively. If the number crosses, only the first 15, 25, and 20 questions in Part A, Part B and Part C respectively will be taken into consideration.
Sections |
No. of Ques. Given |
No. of Ques. to be Attempted |
Marks |
Neg. Marking |
PART-A |
20 |
15 |
30 |
0.5 |
PART-B |
40 |
25 |
75 |
0.75 |
PART-C |
60 |
20 |
95 |
0 |
TOTAL MARKS |
200 |
Important Points:
- If any question provided in the paper is wrong, you will surely get the benefit of the marks assigned to that question, only if you attempt it.
- The CSIR Mathematical Science exam question booklet will be available in both the languages; English and Hindi.
- If you opt for Hindi medium, you will come across bilingual (both Hindi & English) question booklet.
- If you choose English as your medium, you will get the question booklet in the English language version.
CSIR NET Mathematical Science Syllabus
We are highlighting different things which are important for the forthcoming NET 2020 Mathematical Science exam and one such thing is the syllabus. The syllabus determines your performance in the next exam and when you have the syllabus everything becomes crystal clear. You will have an idea of the ways to shape your methods of preparation.
The list of topics is something that you need to organize your study materials. It becomes easier to handle Mathematical Science when you have an image of the entire structure.
CSIR NET Mathematical Science Books
When you hit the bookstore before the 2021 Mathematical Science exam you will be lost amidst the books and the only way to save yourself from is by going through the various reviews which have been shared by the readers. You can also ask for CSIR NET Mathematical Science MCQ Books PDF from your friends or relatives to have an idea of the relevant books. Here are some of the books-
CSIR-UGC NET/JRF/SET MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES |
Alok Kumar (Upkar) |
Mathematical Sciences for UGC-CSIR Junior Research Fellowship & Eligibility for Lectureship |
Prasad |
Mathematical Science Manual CSIR UGC/NET/SLET & Lectureship – Jupiter |
Renu Sharma, Awadhesh Kumar Mishra |
Net Mathematical Sciences – Vol. 1 UGC CSIR |
Satya Prakashan |
UGC-CSIR JRF/NET Mathematical Sciences (Also Useful For SET) |
G. K. Publications Pvt. Ltd |
We have covered the detailed guide on CSIR NET Mathematical Science Exam. Feel free to ask us any questions in the comment section below.
FAQ: CSIR NET Mathematical Science Exam
What is the CSIR NET Syllabus for mathematics?
You can refer to the above article to know the CSIR NET syllabus for mathematics.
What is the maximum age limit prescribed for the award of Joint Research Fellowship (JRF)?
The maximum age limit prescribed for the award of Joint Research Fellowship (JRF) is 28 years as of January 1, 2020.
What are the total marks for CSIR NET Mathematics Exam?
The total marks for CSIR NET Mathematics Exam are 200.
How many questions can the candidate answer?
The candidates can answer a maximum of 15, 25, and 20 questions from Part-A, Part-B, and Part-C respectively. If the number crosses, only the first 15, 25, and 20 questions in Part A, Part B, and Part C respectively will be taken into consideration.