24th March 2015, 07:27 PM
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Qualifying criteria in CSIR-NET(Mathematical Sciences) for General candidate?

Respected Sir,
I have appeared for the CSIR-NET December.
My subject is Mathematical Sciences
and I belong to General Category.
I will be much thankful if I get the
information about the passing criteria.
Thanks and regards-

5th April 2015, 08:39 PM
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Default Re: Qualifying criteria in CSIR-NET(Mathematical Sciences) for General candidate?

There are fixed number of LS and JRF every year in CSIR NET. If you have performed upto a level then only you will be declared qualified. Normally, in Mathematical sciences subject if you have scored above 45% marks in the CSIR NET then you have very good chance of qualifying. This is on the basis of cut off of previous years and it may vary every year.

The cut off also vary according to the category to which you belong. If you belong to General category then you will need more marks to qualify when compared to SC/ST category. Therefore, you must try to give your best in the exam and if you get good marks in total then surely you will be qualified.
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