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23rd January 2014, 12:20 AM
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Queries regarding being a Professor


What is CSIR NET and UGC NET?
What benefit(s) do(es) the candidates having Ph.D get?
Is Ph.D compulsory to be a professor?
What procedure(s) follow when one clears net?
What is the difference between NET & SET?




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9th October 2016, 07:53 PM
ajayrocks007
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Default Re: Queries regarding being a Professor

NET is national eligibility test for lectureship and JRF. SET is state level eligibility test for lectureship and JRF. Both are almost same but one is a national level exam and another is a state level exam.

To become a professor Ph.D is not compulsory but to increase your chances of getting a higher post, one must look for Ph.D as there is a lot of peer pressure. CSIR NET is conducted for science and technology subjects and UGC NET is conducted for core subjects. After clearing NET, one can apply for Ph.D admission without appearing for any other entrance exam. You will just need to appear in interview which is will conducted by the university or institute.




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