As of now the number of scientists in India has not crossed 1,50,000, which is very low in number compare to China that has 7-8 lakh scientists. As such scientist is a noble profession both in personal and profession. This is only the position that will give job satisfaction. Scientist has a lot of respect in the society and social status and also sky is the limit to expand his/her territory. Many scientist positions are vacant in several Indian R and D laboratories. Once a candidate clear the CSIR JRF exam and take up science as a career after completion of PhD and Post doc no look at back, and no parallel to this position. Indian scientist can enjoy many benefits like lucrative salary, humble position, many benefits that are offered by Govt. of India. National and International exposure can be gained through this position.
Here are some success tips for CSIR – UGC NET for JRF and Lectureship:
1. Coming to the standard and nature of the questions in New CSIR – UGC NET for JRF and Lectureship, the questions will be from the university prescribed syllabus. The academic syllabus of most of the universities is similar to that of CSIR-UGC NET exam Most of the questions are straight from the books and some are questioned to test the analytical ability.
2. Revision of syllabus regularly and rigorous practice of model question papers with a time frame is the important parameter for success in the exam
3. Coaching is absolutely not necessary for the examination. A strong motto and determination is well needed. Coaching is recommended for Average Candidates who has to practice the coaching material. Coaching does’t guarantee the award of CSIR JRF since it is highly creative exam and based on the candidate’s mental ability. Group discussion with good students will be another advantage
4. In fact medium does’t be barrier for success of the exam. Telugu / Tamil/ Kannada / any other medium students will have strong subject knowledge and moderate communication skill that will not interfere at this stage. As most of the universities offering M.Sc in English medium, there is no much difficulty for majority of the aspirants. The questions are in simple English and can be easily understand by other medium students. In recent years many students from rural background are getting selected in CSIR JRF. A small suggestion is they must be strong in the prescribed books since they may not get the updated material in rural areas.