If you are a chemistry teacher looking to work in Indian colleges and universities then you must pass the CSIR examination that is held every year to select deserving candidates for the post of junior research fellow and lecturer and work in Indian colleges. This is conducted by the national testing agency under the human resource department of CSIR.
The marking Scheme for the Chemical science subject is as follows:
120 questions and 200 CSIR NET points make up the Chemical Sciences paper. The Chemical Science exam is graded using the following system:
Part A consists of 20 problems, and students must answer at least 15 of them. For each correct response, students receive two points, while a mistake costs one point. This section will have a total score of 30. Basic science, research aptitude, logical analysis, and reasoning are the key subject areas of the questions.
Part B: One must respond to 35 of the 40 questions. Students will receive two marks for each correct response, but the final score will be reduced by 0.5 points for each incorrect response. This section received a total of 70 CSIR NET points. The exam assesses one’s fundamental knowledge.
Part C : There are 60 questions in the section, and one must respond to 25 of them. In this section, students will receive 4 marks for each correct response while losing 1 point for each incorrect response. It has a 100-mark value. The analytic questions are intended to assess candidates’ scientific literacy.