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Difference between NET examination and GATE?


i would like to know about the difference between the NET examination and GATE?




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NET exam is conducted for candidates interested in making a career in the teaching field. They can appear for the exam only if they complete their post graduation. GATE exam however is conducted for interested in pursuing M.Tech course. The GATE score is also accepted for interested in working for government organisations like BHEL, ONGC etc. Candidates who have completed B.Tech/B.E or M.Sc or MCA can appear for this exam.
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NET exam is conducted for candidates interested in making a career in the teaching field. They can appear for the exam only if they complete their post graduation. GATE exam however is conducted for interested in pursuing M.Tech course. The GATE score is also accepted for interested in working for government organisations like BHEL, ONGC etc. Candidates who have completed B.Tech/B.E or M.Sc or MCA can appear for this exam.
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There is a huge difference between the NET and the GATE exam. While one is entrance exam for post graduate course in Engineering, other is for the aspirants who want job in the central government colleges as lecturer or looking to do their PhD degree after the post graduate course. Here is the difference mentioned in details"

GATE

Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering, in short GATE is the exam which is conducted by the IISc and IITs for the admission for M.Tech courses offered in India. This exam is conducted in February on the behalf of HRD ministry of India. Anyone who is interested in post graduate course in Engineering is required to appear in the Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering exam. The performance of the candidate in this exam will determine whether he/she would get admission for M.Tech course or not.

While the main purpose of the GATE is for admission in M.Tech. In past few years Public Sector Undertakings in India (PSU) are increasingly looking at the GATE score for recruitment. The procedure for B.Tech graduates to get job in PSU include written exam followed by the interview.

However if you have performed extremely well in the GATE exam, PSU may directly call you up for the interview thus exempting you from appearing in the test. This is why B.Tech graduates do appear in GATE exam even if they have no intention to do M.Tech course.


NET

The second exam you talked about is National Eligibility Test which is conducted by University Grants Commission. All the candidates who are interested in lecturer job in the government college are required to first qualify the National Eligibility Test. Apart from lecturer job those who are interested in admission for PhD research are also required to appear in the National Eligibility Test.

Eligibility

~~Only Indian Citizens are allowed to appear in NET.

~~Basic qualification requirement is post graduate course in any stream.

~~You can only apply for NET is same subject in which you completed post graduate course.

~~Must secure at least 55 percent marks is master's degree

~~SC/ST/OBC must secure 50 percent marks in master's degree

~~Students in final year of post graduation course may also apply, but will require to submit the degree within 2 years.

~~Age limit for those who are applying for JRF is 28 years.

~~No upper age limit for those applying for lecturer job.
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25th July 2012, 11:37 PM
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hii....!!!

-->GATE and NET are two entrance exams that you can give after your graduation.

-->GATE is entrance exam that is given for doing M.TECH,if you clear this exam then it will be very beneficial for you .

-->GATE will open all gates for your career so prepare carefully for GATE TO GET THE ADMISSION IN m.TECH in one of the best IIT based institutes.

-->NET is also a entrance exam that is given foe PHD after your post graduation.

-->Who want to do the govt job as a lecturer have to give the NET exam.

so work hard and all the best.....
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what is the difference between graduate engineering and UGC engineering?
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Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering, in short GATE is the exam which is conducted by the IISc and IITs for the admission for M.Tech courses offered in India. This exam is conducted in February on the behalf of HRD ministry of India. Anyone who is interested in post graduate course in Engineering is required to appear in the Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering exam. You can only apply for NET is same subject in which you completed post graduate course.
Must secure at least 55 percent marks is master's degree
SC/ST/OBC must secure 50 percent marks in master's degree
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13th November 2012, 02:58 PM
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well both the exams GATE and NET are entrance exam but for different purpose
1)GATE-it is a exam which is conducted for admission in the m.tech,like wise to study b.tech you have to clear entrance like IIT JEE here also you need to clear GATE to get admission in m.tech
2)NET-net is a entrance exam which is conducted for admission in phd and also for government teaching jobs that is teaching job in government colleges and schools.
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14th November 2012, 01:21 AM
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NET exam is conducted for candidates interested in making a career in the teaching field. They can appear for the exam only if they complete their post graduation. GATE exam however is conducted for interested in pursuing M.Tech course. The GATE score is also accepted for interested in working for government organisations like BHEL, ONGC etc. Candidates who have completed B.Tech/B.E or M.Sc or MCA can appear for this exam.
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14th November 2012, 11:22 AM
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i would like to know about the difference between the NET examination and GATE?

Difference Between NET and GATE



National Eligibility Test (NET)


NET is conducted every year by the UGC (University Grants Commission) for admission to Junior Research Fellowship and lectureship..

The candidates appearing for the NET Exam must satisfy the following conditions :-

>> the candidates must have completed their post graduation in any stream from a recognized University with an aggregate of 55%

>> Candidates who desire to join JRF must not be more than 35 years of age..

>> No age restriction for lectureship candidates..


For more info on NET Click Here


GATE (Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering)


GATE is conducted for admissions to M.Tech courses in various IITs and other participating institutes like BITS, IISc, etc..

To appear in GATE a candidate must have the following eligibility criterion :-

>> Candidates who are in the final year of their B.E/B.Tech or who have already passed are eligible to apply for GATE..

>> Candidates who are in the final year of Dual Degree/M.Sc. are also eligible to appear for GATE


For more details on GATE you can Click Here

all the best..

With Warm Regards
Nitz
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14th November 2012, 07:54 PM
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i would like to know about the difference between the NET examination and GATE?
HI!
G.A.T.E is Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering
N.E.T National Eligibility Test.

G.A.T.E exam is conducted by Indian Institute of Technology
N.E.T exam is conducted by University Grant Commission.

Friend G.A.T.E exam is conducted for M.tech Admission where ar N.E.T is conducted for admission in PHd.
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14th November 2012, 11:06 PM
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There is a huge difference between NET and GATE examination.

NET - National Eligibility Test conducted by UGC for selection of Lectureship and award to Junior Research Fellowship(JRF) usually held two times a year one in June and other in December.

The eligible candidate must be an Indian Citizen having completed Post Graduation Degree in any stream from a recognised University with 55% marks. There is no restriction to the upper age for those applying for Lectureship but those applying for JRF should be within the age of 28 years.

GATE - Graduate aptitude test in Engineering conducted by IIT and Indian Institute of Science for admission to M.Tech. courses in IITs and other reputed Institutions.

The eligible candidate must be an Indian National having either appear for the final B.Tech. Engineering Degree or pass in any stream from a recognised University. There is no upper age limit for application to GATE.
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15th November 2012, 09:17 AM
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Default Re: Difference between NET examination and GATE?

Difference between NET
and GATE exam :


NET (National Eligibility Test)

The National Eligibility Test is the national level entrance examination in India for
postgraduate candidates who wish to qualify for admission in university level teaching jobs in India.


GATE (Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering)

Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering, an entrance examination for admission to
postgraduate courses in India.
This exam give an engineering candidate.
Candidate make good rank in GATE exam
He/She get admission in good ME/M.tech colleges.


All the best !
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NET exam is conducted for candidates interested in making a career in the teaching field. They can appear for the exam only if they complete their post graduation.
NET is conducted every year by the UGC (University Grants Commission) for admission to Junior Research Fellowship and lectureship..

The candidates appearing for the NET Exam must satisfy the following conditions :-the candidates must have completed their post graduation in any stream from a recognized University with an aggregate of 55%Candidates who desire to join JRF must not be more than 35 years of age.No age restriction for lectureship candidates..




GATE exam however is conducted for interested in pursuing M.Tech course.

The GATE score is also accepted for interested in working for government organisations like BHEL, ONGC etc. Candidates who have completed B.Tech/B.E or M.Sc or MCA can appear for this exam.
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15th November 2012, 11:45 AM
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[COLOR="Blue"]HELLO FRIEND ,
NET(NATIONAL ENTRANCE TEST)
ELIGIBILITY:
1.A person should have passed master degree in social science,humanities,forensic science,environmental science,electronic science,life science,chemical science ,physical science,planetary science,computer science,mathematics science etc. with atleast 55% marks.Candidates who appear the final year exam can also apply.
2.For CSIR the candidates who posses M.sc or eqivalent degree with 55% marks.
3.Te candidates should be a citizen of INDIA.
4.He should be maximum 28 years age,For CSIR required age between 19 to 28 years.
APPLICATION:
Those candidates who are intrested in taking this exam can get details the application from the official website & from the employment news of march to september.
SCHEDULE:
NET exam are conducted by UGC in twice a year in month of JUNE & DECEMBER.
RESULT:
The result of exam took place month of june&december are declared in the month of october &april respectively.the candidates should check their exam result from official website of UGC NET.Notification related to science subject that are jointly conducted by UGC & CSIR issued separately by the CSIR.
SYLLABUS:
1.The 1st paper based on general awareness.reasoning ability,comprehension & divergent thinking.
2.The 2nd paper comprises of short questions based upon the selected subjects of candidates.
3.Third paper consist long questions related to the selected subject of candidates.
GATE(GRADUATE APTITUDE TEST IN ENGINEERING).
ELIGIBILITY:
1.Bachelor degree holders in Engineering/ Technology/ Architecture (4 years after 10+2) and those who are in the final year of such programmes.
2.Master degree holders in any branch of Science/ Mathematics/ Statistics/ Computer Applications or equivalent and those who are in the final or pre-final year of such programmes.
EXAMINATION:
1.The examination is of three hour duration with patterns.
2.The exam is conducted in two modes - offline and online.
3.Online exam is conducted usually in middle of JANUARY.Off line exam is conducted on second Sunday of February every year.
SYLLABUS:
GATE will be conducted in the following subjects. Candidates can select any one subject.
GATE PAPER & CODES:-
Aerospace Engineering (AE)
Instrumentation Engineering(IN)
Agricultural Engineering (AG)
Mathematics(MA)
Architecture and Planning(AR)
Mechanical Engineering(ME)
Biotechnology(BT) Mining Engineering(MN)
Civil Engineering (CE)
Metallurgical Engineering(MT)
Chemical Engineering(CH)
Physics(PH)
Computer Science and Information Technology(CS)
Production and Industrial Engineering(PI)
Chemistry(CY)
Textile Engineering and Fibre Science(TF)
Electronics and Communication Engineering(EC)
Engineering Sciences (XE*)
Electrical Engineering(EE)
Life Sciences(XL**)
Geology and Geophysics(GG)
XE* PAPER SECTION (CODE) & XL** PAPER SECTION (CODE):-
Engineering Mathematics (Compulsory) A
Chemistry (Compulsory) H
Fluid Mechanics B Biochemistr I
Materials Science C Botany J
Solid Mechanics D Microbiology K
Thermodynamics E Zoology L
Polymer Science and Engineering F
Food Technology M
Food Technology G
These are all the difference between NET & GATE EXAMINATION>
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15th November 2012, 11:59 AM
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HI,
NET stands for National Eligiblity test

ELIGIBILITY-;
Those candidate passed post graduation with 55% from recognized university are eligible For NET/SET

SC/ST candidate secured 50% in post graduation are eligible for this.


Exam Pattern -

Net Exam Consist Three papers.
2 Objective Type and 1 Subjective Type

GATE EXAM STANDS FOR GRADUATE APTITUDE TEST IN ENGINEERING.

ELIGIBILITY;-

-*-*+/-+MUST BE PASSED A BACHELOR ENGINEERING DEGREE FROM A RECOGNIZED UNIVERSITY.

*--*FINAL YEAR STUDENTS ARE ALSO ELIGIBLE.

-*-*THERE IS NO AGE LIMIT.

THANK YOU..................................
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15th November 2012, 01:06 PM
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NET exam is National Eligibility Test for Lecturership and Junior Research Fellowship after Post graduation.

GATE is Graduate Aptitude test in Engineering for Technical Graduates like Engineering graduates for admission in post graduation of their respective field with stipend.

Those who qualify GATE will get stipend if they do their post graduation from a AICTE approved college.

If you qualify NET then you will be eligible for Lecturer post in Central government universities.

NET score card will also help you in getting JRF in your respective field if you are below 27 years. Hence it will help you in your future studies.

GATE score card holders are preferred over non GATE at most of the places . Many government companies only hire GATE qualified candidates.

GATE scorecard will also help you in getting JRF in your recpective field and also help in your future studies.
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15th November 2012, 01:22 PM
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Hello,
One broader difference is that NET is short form for National Eligibility Test and GATE is short form for Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering.
NET is for people who want to go for lectureship in government colleges or JRF or Junior Research Fellowship in any university. This NET rank will push you directly for the interview and no other written test will be required for you to give. If you clear that round of interview then only you can go for the respective curriculum.
Now GATE is for getting entrance in M.Tech course directly. If you rank in GATE then you are directly admitted in M.Tech course, without taking any other test or interview. Now, this GATE rank is also valid for Ph.D. application and the rule is same as that of NET.
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15th November 2012, 01:44 PM
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NET exam is National Eligibility Test for Lecturership and Junior Research Fellowship after Post graduation.

GATE is Graduate Aptitude test in Engineering for Technical Graduates like Engineering graduates for admission in post graduation of their respective field with stipend.

Those who qualify GATE will get stipend if they do their post graduation from a AICTE approved college.

If you qualify NET then you will be eligible for Lecturer post in Central government universities.

NET score card will also help you in getting JRF in your respective field if you are below 27 years. Hence it will help you in your future studies.

GATE score card holders are preferred over non GATE at most of the places . Many government companies only hire GATE qualified candidates.

GATE scorecard will also help you in getting JRF in your recpective field and also help in your future studies.
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15th November 2012, 03:06 PM
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Hi Friend..........

NET stands for National Eligibility Test

This Examination is conducted by University Grant Commission in yearly twice for Junior Research Fellowship and Lectureship

GATE stands for Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering

Graduate aptitude test in engineering , an entrace examination for admission to postgraduate courses in India

This Examination give an engineering candidates, candidates make good rank in GATE exam he get admission in good PG colleges in India

Regards........
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15th November 2012, 05:02 PM
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HELLO ,

NET : NATIONAL ELIGIBILITY TEST


NATIONAL ELIGIBILITY TEST is for determining the eligibility of Indian nationals for Lectureship or Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) and Eligibility for Lectureship both in Indian universities and colleges.
This exam is conducted by UGC which includes 78 subjects .




Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) is an all India examination that primarily tests the comprehensive understanding of various undergraduate subjects in Engineering and Technology.
GATE is conducted jointly by the Indian Institute of Science and seven IITs (IIT Bombay, IIT Delhi, IIT
Guwahati, IIT Kanpur, IIT Kharagpur, IIT Madras and IIT Roorkee)
The GATE score of a candidate reflects the relative performance level of a candidate.

The score is used for admissions to various post-graduate programmes (eg. M.E., M.Tech, direct Ph.D.)
The score may also be used by Public sector units for employment screening purposes.




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UGC is conducting UGC NET exam while AICTE is conducting GATE exam
they (UGC and AICTE) are two apex organisations that cater for the higher studies in India.

One of the main differences between University Grants Commission (UGC) and the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), is that the later one basically deals with technical education.

When talking of UGC, it is the apex body that approves universities in the country. UGC provide funds for affiliated universities and colleges. The UGC also conducts exams, known as NET, for appointing teachers in colleges. The headquarters of UGC is in New Delhi, and there are six regional offices at Hyderabad, Pune, Kolkata, Guwahati, Bhopal and Bangalore.

The AICTE is only a statutory body, which deals with co-ordinated development and proper planning of the technical education system in the country. All the Engineering, MBA and Pharmacy colleges are affiliated with the All India Council for Technical Education.

The AICTE, which was established in November 1945, has its headquarters in New Delhi. The UGC was established in 1956 as a statutory body of the Union Government. However, UGC was formally inaugurated by the Education, Natural Resources and Scientific Research Minister, Maulana Abul Kalam Azad, in 1953.

While technical institutions are overlooked by the AICTE, the other universities and colleges fall under the UGC.

When talking about the function of the University Grants Commission, the UGC ACT says that the first function is to look into the financial needs of universities. It then allocates and disburses grants to these universities. Well, the other academic functions come only after these functions. On the other hand, the AICTE ACT gives priority to undertaking surveys in various fields of technical education at all levels. The fundsí allocation and disbursement comes second to this.



Another difference that can be seen is that the UGC is free to do whatever it likes, but AICTE is not free from the intervention of the Human Rights Development Ministry.

Summary

1. One of the main differences between AICTE and UGC, is that the former is exclusively formed for technical education.

2. While technical institutions are overlooked by the AICTE, the other universities and colleges fall under the UGC.

3. UGC approves universities in the country. It provides funds for affiliated universities and colleges. The AICTE is only a statutory body, which deals with co-ordinated development and proper planning of the technical education system in the country.

4. The AICTE was established in 1945, and the UGC in 1956.
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GATE and NET are two entrance exams that you can give after your graduation.GATE is entrance exam that is given for doing M.TECH,if you clear this exam then it will be very beneficial for you .GATE will open all gates for your career so prepare carefully for GATE TO GET THE ADMISSION IN m.TECH in one of the best IIT based institutes.NET is also a entrance exam that is given foe PHD after your post graduation.Who want to do the govt job as a lecturer have to give the NET exam.
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