CSIR NET is an annual examination conducted by the national testing agency to select teachers for the post of assistant professors and Junior Research Fellowship in Indian colleges and universities.
While preparing for CSIR NET one can look for coaching in an online and offline format and
can select any of them taking into consideration the following factors.:
Students in offline coaching must travel to their institutions in order to attend classes. They must bring a bag. The offline style of schooling offers less flexibility.
Students can receive guidance online without having to physically travel. Students can conveniently study at home. So, online classes offer more flexibility.
In online classes, there is less engagement between lecturers and students. As a result, pupils’ questions aren’t answered as often. Despite having tools like video calling and chats, students cannot freely engage. The teacher is also unable to communicate in another way. There is less potential for group discussions when even one student is unable to speak to the other students, as opposed to offline classrooms where lecturers stand in front of the class. Questions are answered right away. Teachers can communicate easily in offline classes.
Modern techniques: Instead of merely reading aloud a set of slides during classes, the finest online professors engage students in dynamic group discussions and encourage their participation. In order to make it simple to learn from any location at any time, NET materials should be available in both paper and digital formats. In offline classes also teachers can use state of the art technology like smart boards and screens to help children learn concepts in an engaging manner.