- IIT JAM: JAM is an admission test to Master of Science M. Sc. and other post-graduate science programs at the Indian Institutes of Technology (IITS), Indian Institute of Science (IISc) Indian Institutes of Science Education and Research (IISERs) and other institutes.
- CSIR NET: CSIR stands for Council of Scientific & Industrial Research (CSIR) which conducts the Joint CSIR UGC NET, which is a national level entrance examination in the field of Science including Life Sciences, Physical Sciences, Chemical Sciences, Mathematical Sciences and Earth Atmospheric Ocean and Planetary Sciences.
- NATIONAL BOARD FOR HIGHER MATHEMATICS (NBHM): It was set up by the Government of India under the Department of Atomic Energy (DAE), in the year 1983, to foster the development of higher mathematics in the country, to formulate policies for the development of mathematics, help in the establishment and development of mathematical centres and give financial assistance to research projects and to doctoral and postdoctoral scholars.
- JEST: JEST stands for Joint Entrance Screening Test. It is for applicants seeking admission for a Ph.D/Integrated Ph.D Programme in Physics or Theoretical Computer Science or Neuroscience or Computational Biology in one of the Participating Institutes
- Chemical science
- Physical science
- Mathematical science
- Life Sciences
- Computer Science
- Earth Atmospheric Ocean
- Planetary Sciences
- Engineering Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics
How online classes work:
Mathematics class, Countability of a set; IIT JAM is the Joint Admission Test for M.Sc.
Competitive Exam Preparation:
- Emphasis on conceptual understanding, problem-solving exercises, mock test and make students competitive examinations-ready
- Doubts Clearance: Stuck with a concept? Want to clear a doubt? Speak to our Professor.
- Writing research/business proposal for grant
- Supervising Ph.D students
- Innovation based on societal issue
IIT JAM is the Joint Admission Test for M.Sc.
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How to Prepare Best for IIT JAM Exam?
- Chemistry (CY)
- Mathematics (MA)
- Physics (PH)
- Biological science (BL)
- Biotechnology (BT)
- Mathematical Statistics (MS).
Effective and efficient Tips to crack IIT JAM:
- Online live class by well qualified and experienced faculty members
- Emphasize on conceptualizing understanding of the topic
- Systematically Designed Model Question Papers (MQP)
- All Previous Year Question Papers With Answer Keys
- Sample papers, and mock tests
- Reference book
- Be confident and motivate yourself and ignite your aspirations!
- Meticulous planning with due diligence
- Practice to avoid Negative Marking.
- Analytics by expert: Guidelines for preparing a list of important topics-subtoipcs and prioritize them (marks weightage -according to previous year paper analysis).
- Prepare for jam round interview
What do I get from IIT JAM Exam:
The aspirants for IIT Jam exam can select among the following academic programmes: –
Programmes at the IITs:
- Sc. (Four Semesters)
- Joint M.Sc.-Ph.D.
- Ph.D. Dual Degree
Programmes at the IISc
- Integrated Ph.D. Degree
- Chemical sciences
- Physical sciences
- Mathematical Sciences
- Life sciences
- Earth sciences
When CSIR NET is conducted?
CSIR UGC NETis scheduled to be held on July and December in two sessions
What is the eligibility for CSIR NET?
A large number of JRFs are awarded each year by CSIR to candidates holding BS-4 years program/BE/B. Tech/B. Pharma/MBBS/ Integrated BS-MS/M.Sc. or Equivalent degree/BSc (Hons) or equivalent degree holders or students enrolled in integrated MS-Ph.D program with at least 55% marks.
How many papers are there in CSIR NET?
The exam paper will consist of 3 Parts- A, B and C. It will comprise objective type questions (MCQs). The maximum marks allocated to Part A are 30, Part B is 70 and for Part C it is 100. The total obtainable marks in the exam will be 200 and negative marking will be applicable.
Who can apply for CSIR NET exam?
Applications can be submitted at the official website csirhrdg.res.in. Candidates with ‘M.Sc or equivalent degree/ Integrated BS-MS/ BS-4 years/ BE/ BTech/ BPharma/MBBS with at least 55% marks are eligible to apply.
What should I do after CSIR NET?
Career opportunities after clearing CSIR NET Exam
- Go for a Ph.D.
- Perform Lectureship.
- Join DRDO Labs to Perform Research and Other Scientific Activities.
- Get Recruited as Technical or Support Staff!
- PSU Jobs.
- Research fellowship in CSIR labs.
What is the difference between CSIR NET and UGC NET?
CSIR and UGC are two different governmental departments and both conduct their respective NET entrance exam. But there are many candidates who are confused between UGC-CBSE NET and CSIR-UGC NET. Although the purpose of conducting both these exams is the same, there is a difference in the subjects involved.
NATIONAL BOARD FOR HIGHER MATHEMATICS (NBHM)
The National Board for Higher Mathematics (NBHM) invites applications for the grant of scholarships to students for pursuing studies leading to a masters degree in mathematics.
Eligibility: Students holding B.A./B.Sc. degree in mathematics or students holding a B.A.(Hons.)/B.Sc.(Hons.) degree in mathematics with at least a second class.
The Scholarship: Successful candidates will receive a scholarship per month, during the two year period of the post-graduate and Ph.D programme.
Selection Procedure: Selection will be made on the basis of a written test followed by an interview of short-listed candidates; The written test generally will be held on September. The test will be of two and a half hours’ duration and involve questions requiring short answers, primarily in the areas of analysis and algebra, but also in other areas of mathematics covered in undergraduate mathematics programmes.
Joint Entrance Screening Test (JEST)
JEST is an examination conducted for admission to Ph.D/ Integrated Ph.D Programme in Physics or Theoretical Computer Science or Neuroscience or Computational Biology in one of the Participating Institutes may appear for the Joint Entrance Screening Test (JEST) at one of the Exam Centers.
The Science & Engineering Research Board (SERB) (statutory body established through an Act of Parliament) recognizes JEST as a National Eligibility Test (NET). Fellows working in SERB programmes and qualified in NET are eligible to get enhanced fellowship.
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