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Am I eligible for CSIR entrance exam? I am a student of chemical engineering


sir, I'm a student of chemical engineering and i want to know that if i'm eligible for CSIR entrance exam.




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Default Re: Am I eligible for CSIR entrance exam? I am a student of chemical engineering

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sir, I'm a student of chemical engineering and i want to know that if i'm eligible for CSIR entrance exam.
No, you are not eligible for CSIR NET exam.

Those candidates who have completed masters degree from a recognized university are eligible for CSIR NET exam. General and OBC candidates should hold 55% and above marks in masters degree. For SC/ST candidate its 50% and above in masters degree.

Your age should be below 28 years.

Important Dates:

The last date of making fee is 11th March 2015.

The last date of applying is 12th March 2015.

The tentative date of examination is 21st June 2015


www.csirhrdg.res.in/
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