Subjects In CSIR NET

CSIR NET is conducted by the National Testing Agency, annually on an all-India basis, for teachers who want to be Junior Research Fellows or Assistant professors in Indian Colleges and universities. The subjects for which the examination is held are as follows :

  • Chemical Sciences
  • Physical Sciences
  • Earth Sciences 
  • Life Sciences
  • Mathematical Sciences

Parts A, B, and C make up the question paper’s three main categories or parts. All disciplines are covered in Part A, which consists of basic questions to evaluate a candidate’s aptitude in general. Section B, however, is made up of questions that are focused on a certain subject.

Chemical Sciences: The applicant is only expected to attempt 75 of the 120 multiple-choice questions in the Chemical Sciences exam. Three sections make up the examination. There are 2, 2, & 4 marks allocated for each question in sections A, B, and C, respectively. Every wrong response results in a deduction of one-fourth of a mark.

Earth Sciences: The term “Earth Science” is the study of the biological evolution, structure, and dynamics of the Earth. This study examines how well scientists understand the natural components and interactions that connect the global geosphere, hydrosphere, atmosphere, & biosphere. Out of a total of 150 questions, candidates are required to attempt 75 of them. Each erroneous response will result in a 0.5-point deduction in portions A & B and a 1.32-point deduction for section C.

Life Sciences: The study and examination of living things is the focus of the life sciences, which include, botany, zoology, microbiology, biochemistry, biology and other related fields. This paper’s main goal is to evaluate and gauge the candidate’s level of subject-matter expertise. Candidates are required to attempt 75 of the 140 questions, and each of sections A, B, and C bears a 0.5, 0.5, and 1 point negative marking

Mathematical Science: Mathematics and other areas connected to academic fields that really are mathematical by nature but not specifically linked to subdisciplines of mathematics are studied in this CSIR NET course. There are 120 problems total, and the candidate must attempt 60 of them.

Physical sciences: This area of natural science focuses on universe-related explanations and predictions that can be put to the test and deals with non-living entities. Your mastery of scientific principles and familiarity with the inorganic environment are put to the test in this CSIR NET course. Out of 75 questions, one must attempt 55.