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8th March 2013, 12:19 PM
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Can I apply for JRF entrance exam after passing 10th from Nepal?


I am nepalese citizen amd have done 10th from nepal, 12th and gradution from India. Can i Apply for JRF entrance Exam?




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13th July 2014, 09:16 PM
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I am nepalese citizen amd have done 10th from nepal, 12th and gradution from India. Can i Apply for JRF entrance Exam?
No you you are not eligible for JRF entrance examination after completing Graduation course. You need to complete master degree or equivalent qualification to apply for JRF entrance examination. So, I suggest you to complete master degree course after completing your graduation.

If you are interested to apply for JRF (Junior Research Fellowships) then you have to appear in NET (National Eligibility Test) which is conducted by (University Grants Commission) UGC.

To apply for NET entrance examination you should be qualified in a master degree course in any discipline with 55% percentage (50% required for SC/ST) from recognized university. Final semester, students can apply for this examination. Your age should be not more than 28 years for Junior Research Fellowships and there is no age limit of the lectureship. Since you are interested in Junior Research Fellowships your age should be below 28 years.

For more information please visit here: http://www.ugc.ac.in
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7th September 2018, 12:15 AM
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Default Re: Can I apply for JRF entrance exam after passing 10th from Nepal?

I am nepali student. I'm filling up a form for NET in India...what state should I fill up, in the column ?
Do you have any question? or have anything to say?



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