Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR)
Council of Scientific & Industrial Research (CSIR), India, a premier national R&D organisation, is among the world’s largest publicly funded R&D organisation. CSIR’s pioneering sustained contribution to S&T human resource development is acclaimed nationally. Human Resource Development Group (HRDG), a division of CSIR realises this objective through various grants, fellowship schemes etc.
Human Resource Development Group has been contributing significantly towards producing an inquiring society and fast growing knowledge economy. These numerous schemes cover a wide range of scientists (aging from 15 years to 65 years)
National Eligibility Test (NET)
The National Eligibility Test (NET) is a test to determine eligibility for college and university level lectureship and for award of Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) for Indian nationals. It aims to ensure minimum standards for the entrants in teaching professions and research. On behalf of UGC, the Central Board of Secondary Education holds National Eligibility Test (NET) for determining the eligibility of Indian nationals for the Eligibility for Assistant Professor only or Junior Research Fellowship & Eligibility for Assistant Professor Both in Indian universities and colleges.
NET qualified persons are eligible for jobs in public sector
University Grants Commission (UGC) announced in 2013 that the candidates who clear the National Eligibility Test (NET) successfully would be eligible for lucrative jobs in the public sector undertakings (PSUs). PSUs can utilise UGC-NET scores for the recruitment process of the posts of executives in their organisations in disciplines like science (R&D), management, corporate communications, human resources, finance, etc. This step taken by the UGC would also increase the number of students taking the UGC-NET examination which has witnessed a gradual decline in recent years.
Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR)
The Indian Council of Medical Research the apex body in India for the formulation, coordination and promotion of biomedical research, is one of the oldest and largest medical research bodies in the world. The ICMR is funded by the Government of India through the Department of Health Research, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare.
ICMR’s 26 National Institutes address themselves to research on specific health topics like tuberculosis, leprosy, cholera and diarrhoeal diseases, viral diseases including AIDS, malaria, kala-azar, vector control, nutrition, food & drug toxicology, reproduction, immuno-haematology, oncology, medical statistics, etc. Its 6 Regional Medical Research Centres address themselves to regional health problems, and also aim to strengthen or generate research capabilities in different geographic areas of the country.
The Council’s research priorities coincide with National health priorities such as control and management of communicable diseases, fertility control, maternal and child health, control of nutritional disorders, developing alternative strategies for health care delivery, containment within safety limits of environmental and occupational health problems; research on major non-communicable diseases like cancer, cardiovascular diseases, blindness, diabetes and other metabolic and haematological disorders; mental health research and drug research (including traditional remedies). These efforts are undertaken with a view to reduce the total burden of disease and to promote health and well-being of the population.
The Benefits of Our Correspondence Course
Many working students wish to qualify the exam for advancement of their career, but cannot spare time to attend the regular classroom courses. These working students can always avail our correspondence programme. This programme basically provides them the study material which is prepared topic wise, along with many question papers. The correspondence material is absolutely self-explanatory and will compensate for the absence of classroom coaching. The material covers 80 to 90% syllabus and is more than sufficient for qualifying the exam. This programme offers simplicity of learning at your home and at your pace, while qualifying for your Doctorate’s degree. Also those in the job, but with a desire to clear this exam can achieve their goal without quitting their regular work. The biggest benefit of the course is that you get to learn at your pace as per your schedule. The correspondence material is self-explanatory and thus will compensate for the absence of teacher in a distant learning mode. However, for clearing the difficulties of the students, we clear the doubt telephonically or through internet/email. The questions asked in CSIR UGC JRF NET Life Science exam are of analytical nature and designed to test a candidate’s knowledge of scientific concepts. The course material is written in most scientific way to serve this purpose. The authors are top rankers of the JRF/NET/GATE & Professors are from top universities (& Institutes) JNU/DU/IITD/AIIMS etc. Once you start following our material, you need not refer to any other study material. What’s more, the material is as per the latest pattern upgraded to reflect the latest JRF/NET and Ph. D. entrance trends. Without exception, all students who’ve referred to our material for a significant amount of time, place it far above other courses in terms of quality.