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UGC NET Admit Card 2020: NTA(National Testing Agency)will conduct the CSIR UGC NET JUNE 2020 session soon after Lockdown ends. The last date to apply online for CSIR UGC NET June 2020 is over now. The NTA has Activated the correction window for the UGC NET application form 2020 on July 6. Candidates who have mistakenly filled wrong information like fee payment, photograph, Signature, etc in their UGC NET form rectify their mistakes till 15th July 2020. Download CSIR UGC NET Admit Card here. Visit here regularly for any Updates regarding UGC NET Admit Card 2020.

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UGC NET Admit Card 2020

The UGC NET Admit Card 2020 details are as follows:

Release of Official Notification 16/03/2020
Opening Date of Application Registration 16/03/2020
Closing date to Apply CSIR UGC NET 2020 15/04/2020 31/05/2020
Closing date of Fee payment 16/04/2020 31/05/2020
Admit card UGC NET June 2020 15/05/2020 Postponed
CSIR UGC NET 2020 Exam Date 21/06/2020 Postponed
CSIR UGC NET Result 2020 05/07/2020
Official Website www.csirnet.nta.nic.in  
UGC NET Admit Card 2020

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CSIR UGC NET 2020 SUBJECTS

SUBJECT CODE SUBJECT
701 Chemical Sciences
702 Earth, Atmospheric, Ocean and Planetary Sciences
703 Life Sciences
704 Mathematical
705 Physical Sciences

CSIR UGC NET JUNE 2020 Eligibility Criteria

Candidates must check the CSIR UGC NET 2020 Eligibility Criteria before filling the Application Form:

  1. Applicants must have a
  • M.Sc. or an Equivalent degree
  • Integrated BS-MS degree/ BS-4 Years degree
  • B.E/B.tech degree/ B. Pharma course/ MBBS degree.

2. For the general category and OBC(NCL) candidate, the minimum criteria is 55%.

3. For SC/ST/PwD candidates the minimum criteria 50%

4. Aspirants who have just completed 10+2+3 years of any of the required qualifying examinations are also eligible to appear for the entrance exam under the category of Result Awaited.

5. Those with a bachelor’s degree must be registered or enrolled for Ph.D. or Integrated Ph.D. program to be eligible for CSIR UGC NET Entrance Exam 2020.

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CSIR UGC NET 2020 JRF and SRF Assistant Professor Age Criteria

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR No Age Limit
JUNIOR RESEARCH FELLOW Maximum Age 28 years
SC/ST/PwD/Female 33 years
OBC(NCL) 31 years
CSIR UGC NET Admit card

CSIR UGC NET JUNE SESSION 2020 Application Fee

General Rs. 1000/-
OBC(NCL)/EWS Rs. 500/-
SC/ST/PwD Rs. 250/-
Payment Mode Online through Debit card, Credit Card or Internet Banking etc.

How to Apply For CSIR UGC NET JUNE 2020 SESSION

Candidates can check the complete details from here How to apply for CSIR UGC NET JUNE 2020

CSIR UGC NET 2020 Application Procedure

  • Aspirants have to apply online using this link
  • By clicking on the tab “Online Application for CSIR UGC NET 2020 JUNE SESSION”
  • Candidate enters working and active mobile number and Email ID.
  • All the communication details will be sent on the registered mobile number and Email ID.
  • Applicants fill Relevant educational details in the online application form.
  • Upload photograph and signature in the prescribed format.

Photograph in JPG/JPEG format and size in between 10 kb to 200 kb

Signature in JPG/JPhecEG format and size in between 4 kb to 30 kb.

  • One-time correction in an online application form will be available.
  • Select Payment Mode and Submit Application Fee as per the category.
  • Before Submission of Application form check all the details carefully.
  • No need to send the hard copy to the CSIR UGC NET authority.
  • Candidate keep the printed copy of the application form and E-receipt for future reference.

Documents required while applying for UGC NET 2020 June session

  • CSIR UGC NET Admit card
  • Age Proof Certificate (Certificate / Marksheet of 10th Class)
  • Aadhar Card
  • Any Government approved ID Proof
  • Qualifying Degree/ Last year mark-sheet
  • Residence address proof
  • Category Certificate

CSIR UGC NET 2020 June session Exam Pattern

  • The Exam has 2 papers: Paper 1st and Paper 2nd
  • Paper 1st Compulsory and the same for all eligible applicants.
  • Paper 2nd Subject-based
  • Exam Duration Combined: 3 hours
  • Each Question carries 2 marks.
  • No Negative marking.
Papers Questions Maximum marks
Paper 1st 50 100
Paper 2nd 100 200

PAPER 1 CSIR UGC NET 2020 JUNE SESSION SYLLABUS 2020

Detailed Syllabus for CSIR UGC NET 2020 are mentioned here:

Paper 1st will be common to all the Applicants.

  • General aptitude Ability
  • Logical reasoning Ability,
  • Graphical analysis Strategy,
  • Numerical Ability,
  • Quantitative Aptitude,
  • Puzzle Concept,
  • Series formulations etc.

PAPER 2 CSIR UGC NET 2020 JUNE SESSION SYLLABUS 2020

CSIR UGC NET CHEMICAL SCIENCE EXAM PATTERN 2020

  • Total of 120 multiple choice questions,
  • Candidates have to attempt only 75 questions.
  • Part A: 20 Questions, Candidate attempt maximum 15 Questions. Each Question carries 2 marks.
  • Part B: 40 Questions, Candidate attempt maximum 35 Question. Each Question carries 2 marks.
  • Part C: 60 Questions, Candidate attempt maximum 25 Questions. Each Question carries 4 marks.

INORGANIC CHEMISTRY

  • Chemical Periodicity,
  • VSEPR Theory,
  • Acids and Bases,
  • Main group elements and their compounds,
  • Transition elements and coordination compounds,
  • Inner transition elements,
  • Organometallic compounds,
  • Cages,
  • Metal Cluster,
  • Analytical Chemistry,
  • Bioinorganic Chemistry, 
  • Characterization of inorganic compounds and
  • Nuclear Chemistry

PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY

  • Basic principles of quantum mechanics,
  • Approximate methods of quantum mechanics,
  • Atomic structure and spectroscopy,
  • Chemical bonding in diatomic,
  • Chemical applications of group theory,
  • Molecular spectroscopy,
  • Chemical thermodynamics,
  • Statistical thermodynamics,
  • Electrochemistry,
  • Chemical Kinetics,
  • Colloids and surfaces,
  • Solid-state,
  • Polymer chemistry,
  • Data Analysis.

ORGANIC CHEMISTRY

  • IUPAC nomenclature of organic molecules including region- and stereoisomers,
  • Principles of stereochemistry,
  • Aromaticity,
  • Organic reactive intermediates,
  • Organic transformations and reagents,
  • Concepts in organic synthesis,
  • Asymmetric synthesis,
  • Pericyclic reactions,
  • Chemistry of natural products and Structure determination of organic compounds by IR, UV-Vis, 1H & 13C NMR and Mass spectroscopic techniques. 

INTERDISCIPLINARY TOPICS

  • Chemistry in nanoscience and technology,
  • Catalysis and Green Chemistry,
  • Medicinal Chemistry,
  • Supramolecular Chemistry,
  • Environmental Chemistry

CSIR UGC NET 2020 SYLLABUS 2020:

  • Part A: 20 Questions, Candidate attempt maximum 15 Questions. Each Question carries 2 marks and a negative marking 0.5 mark.
  • Part B: 50 Questions, Candidate attempt maximum 35 Question. Each Question carries 2 marks and a negative marking 0.5 mark.
  • Part C: 80 Questions, Candidate attempt maximum 25 Questions. Each Question carry 4 mark and negative marking 1.32 mark

EARTH SCIENCES

  • The Earth and the Solar System,
  • Earth Materials,
  • Surface Features and Processes,
  • Interior of Earth,
  • Deformation and Tectonics,
  • Oceans and Atmosphere,
  • Environmental Earth Sciences.

GEOLOGY

  • Mineralogy and Petrology,
  • Structural Geology and Geotectonic,
  • Paleontology and its Applications,
  • Sedimentology and Stratigraphy,
  • Marine Geology and Paleoceanography,
  • Geochemistry,
  • Economic Geology,
  • Precambrian Geology
  • Crustal Evolution and Quaternary Geology

APPLIED GEOLOGY

  • Remote sensing and GIS,
  • Engineering Geology,
  • Mineral Exploration,
  • Hydrogeology

PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY

  • Geomorphology,
  • Climatology,
  • Bio-geography,
  • Environmental Geography
  • Geography of India

GEOPHYSICS

  • Signal Processing,
  • Field theory,
  • Numerical Analysis and Inversion,
  • Gravity and Magnetics fields of the earth,
  • Plate Tectonics and Geodynamics,
  • Seismology Elastic theory,
  • Gravity and Magnetics Methods,
  • Electrical and Electromagnetic methods,
  • Seismic methods and Well logging.

METEOROLOGY

  • Climatology,
  • Physical Meteorology,
  • Atmospheric Electricity,
  • Cloud Physics,
  • Dynamic Meteorology,
  • Numerical Weather Prediction,
  • General Circulation and Climate Modelling,
  • Synoptic Meteorology,
  • Aviation Meteorology 
  • Satellite Meteorology.

OCEAN SCIENCES

  • Physical Oceanography,
  • Chemical Oceanography,
  • Geological Oceanography
  • Biological Oceanography

CSIR UGC NET 2020 LIFE SCIENCE SYLLABUS

  • Part A: 20 Questions, Candidate attempt maximum 15 Questions. Each Question carries 2 marks and negative marking 25% mark.
  • Part B: 50 Questions, Candidate attempt maximum 35 Question. Each Question carries 2 marks and negative marking 25% mark.
  • Part C: 75 Questions, Candidate attempt maximum 25 Questions. Each Question carry 4 mark and negative marking 25% mark

MOLECULES AND THEIR INTERACTION

  • Structure of atoms,
  • Molecules and chemical bonds,
  • Composition,
  • Structure and function of biomolecules,
  • Stabilizing interactions,
  • Principles of biophysical chemistry,
  • Bioenergetics,
  • Glycolysis,
  • Oxidative phosphorylation,
  • Coupled reaction,
  • Group transfer,
  • Biological energy transducers,
  • Principles of catalysis,
  • Enzymes and enzyme kinetics,
  • Enzyme regulation,  
  • Mechanism of enzyme catalysis,
  • Isozymes,
  • Conformation of proteins,
  • Conformation of nucleic acids,
  • Stability of proteins and nucleic acids,
  • Metabolism of carbohydrates,
  • Lipids,
  • Amino acids nucleotides
  • Vitamins. 

CELLULAR ORGANIZATION

  • Membrane structure and function, 
  • Structural organization concept
  • intracellular organelles function, 
  • Organization of genes and chromosomes, 
  • Cell division and cell cycle
  •  Microbial Physiology

FUNDAMENTAL PROCESSES     

  • DNA replication,
  • Repair and recombination, 
  • RNA synthesis and processing, 
  • Protein synthesis and processing
  • Gene expression at the level of transcription and translation

CELL COMMUNICATION AND CELL SIGNALING         

  • Host-parasite interaction, 
  • Cell signaling, 
  • Cellular communication,
  • Cancer and Innate
  • Adaptive immune system

DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY

  • Basic concepts of development, 
  • Gametogenesis,
  • Fertilization and early development, 
  • Morphogenesis and organogenesis in animals, 
  • Morphogenesis and organogenesis in plants and Programmed cell death,
  • Aging and senescence.
  • System Physiology-Plant
  • Photosynthesis, 
  • Respiration and photorespiration, 
  • Nitrogen metabolism, 
  • Plant hormones, 
  • Sensory photobiology, 
  • Solute transport and photo assimilate translocation, 
  • Secondary metabolites and Stress physiology.

SYSTEM PHYSIOLOGY-ANIMALS

  • Blood and Circulation,
  • Cardiovascular system,
  • Respiratory system,
  • Nervous System,
  • Sense Organs,
  • Excretory system,
  • Thermoregulation,
  • Stress and Adaptation,
  • Digestive System,
  • Endocrinology and Reproduction.

INHERITANCE BIOLOGY

  • Mendelian principles,
  • Concept of Gene,
  • Extensions of Mendelian Principles,
  • Gene mapping methods,
  • Extrachromosomal inheritance,
  • Microbial genetics,
  • Human Genetics,
  • Quantitative Genetics, 
  • Mutation,
  • Structural and numerical alterations of chromosomes and Recombination

DIVERSITY OF LIFE FORMS

  • Principles & methods of taxonomy,
  • Levels of structural organization,
  • Outline classification of plants,
  • animals & microorganisms,
  • The natural history of the Indian subcontinent,
  • Organisms of health & agricultural importance
  • Organisms of conservation concern

ECOLOGICAL PRINCIPLES

  • The Environment,
  • Habitat and Niche,
  • Population Ecology,
  • Species Interactions,
  • Community Ecology,
  • Ecological Succession,
  • Ecosystem Ecology,
  • Biogeography,
  • Applied Ecology
  • Conservation Biology

EVOLUTION AND BEHAVIOR

  • The emergence of evolutionary thoughts,
  • Origin of cells and Unicellular Evolution,
  • Paleontology and Evolutionary History,
  • Molecular Evolution,
  • Mechanisms,
  • Brain,
  • Behavior and Evolution

APPLIED BIOLOGY

  • Microbial fermentation
  • Small and macromolecules production,
  • Application of immunological principles,
  • Vaccines,
  • Diagnostics.
  • Tissue and cell culture methods for plants and animals,
  • Transgenic animals and plants,
  • Molecular approaches to diagnosis and strain identification,
  • Genomics
  • Genomics application to health and agriculture,
  • Including gene therapy,
  • Bioresource
  • Uses of biodiversity, 
  • Breeding in plants and animals,
  • Including marker-assisted selection,
  • Bioremediation
  • Phytoremediation,
  • Biosensors 

METHODS IN BIOLOGY

  • Molecular Biology and Recombinant DNA methods, 
  • Histochemical and Immune techniques, 
  • Biophysical Method, 
  • Statistical Methods, 
  • Radiolabeling techniques, 
  • Microscopic techniques, 
  • Electrophysiological methods
  • Methods in field biology

CSIR UGC NET 2020 MATHEMATICAL SYLLABUS 2020:

  • Part A: 20 Questions, Candidate attempt maximum 15 Questions. Each Question carries 2 marks and negative marking 25% mark.
  • Part B: 40 Questions, Candidate attempt maximum 25 Question. Each Question carries 2 marks and negative marking 25% mark.
  • Part C: 60 Questions, Candidate attempt maximum 25 Questions. Each Question carries 4 marks and no negative marking.

ANALYSIS

  • Elementary set theory,
  • Finite,
  • Countable and uncountable sets,
  • Real number system,
  • Archimedean property,
  • Supremum,
  • Infimum.
  • Sequences and series,
  • Convergence,
  • Limsup, liminf.
  • Bolzano Weierstrass theorem,
  • Heine Borel theorem.
  •  Continuity,
  • Differentiability,
  • Mean value theorem,
  • Sequences and series.
  • Functions of several variables,
  • Metric spaces,
  • Compactness,
  • Connectedness.
  • Normed Linear Spaces. 

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LINEAR ALGEBRA

  • Vector spaces,
  • Algebra of linear transformations.
  • Algebra of matrices,
  • Determinant of matrices,
  • Linear equations.
  • Eigenvalues and eigenvectors,
  • Cayley-Hamilton theorem.
  • Matrix representation of linear transformations.
  • Change of basis,
  • Canonical forms,
  • Diagonal forms,
  • Triangular forms,
  • Jordan forms.
  • Quadratic forms,
  • Reduction
  • Classification of quadratic forms   

COMPLEX ANALYSIS

  • Algebra of complex numbers,
  • The complex plane,
  • Polynomials,
  • Power series,
  • Transcendental functions such as exponential,
  • Trigonometric and hyperbolic functions.  
  • Analytic functions,
  • Cauchy-Riemann equations.
  • Contour integral,
  • Cauchy’s theorem,
  • Cauchy’s integral formula,
  • Liouville’s theorem,
  • Maximum modulus principle,
  • Schwarz lemma,
  • Open mapping theorem.    
  • Taylor series,
  • Laurent series,
  • Calculus of residues.
  • Conformal mappings,
  • Mobius transformations.    

ALGEBRA

  • Permutations,
  • Combinations,
  • The fundamental theorem of arithmetic,
  • Divisibility in Z,
  • Congruences,
  • Chinese Remainder Theorem,
  • Euler’s Ø- function,
  • Primitive roots,
  • Cayley’s theorem,
  • Sylow theorems. 
  • Rings,
  •  Ideals,
  • Prime and maximal ideals,
  • Quotient rings,
  • Unique factorization domain,
  •  Polynomial rings and irreducibility criteria.
  • Fields,
  • Finite fields,
  • Field extensions,
  • Galois Theory.    

TOPOLOGY

  • Basis,
  • Dense sets,
  • Subspace and product topology,
  • Separation axioms,
  • Connectedness
  • Compactness. 

ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS (ODES)

  • Existence and uniqueness of solutions of initial value problems for first-order ordinary differential equations,
  • Singular solutions of first-order odes,
  • System of first-order odes.  

PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS (PDEs): 

  • Lagrange and Char pit methods for solving first order PDEs,
  • Cauchy problem for first-order PDEs.
  • Classification of second-order PDEs,
  • The general solution of higher-order PDEs with constant coefficients,
  • Method of separation of variables for Laplace,
  • Heat equations.    
  •  Wave equations.    

NUMERICAL ANALYSIS

  • Numerical solutions of algebraic equations,
  • Method of iteration
  • Newton-Raphson method,
  • Rate of convergence, 

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CALCULUS OF VARIATIONS

  • Variation of a functional,
  • Euler-Lagrange equation,
  • Necessary and sufficient conditions for extrema.
  • Variational methods for boundary value problems in ordinary and partial differential equations.    

LINEAR INTEGRAL EQUATIONS

  • Linear integral equation of the first and second kind of Fredholm and Volterra type,
  • Solutions with separable kernels.
  • Characteristic numbers and eigenfunctions,
  • Resolvent kernel.

CLASSICAL MECHANICS

  • Generalized coordinates,
  • Lagrange’s equations,
  • Hamilton’s canonical equations,
  • Hamilton’s principle and the principle of least action,
  • Two-dimensional motion of rigid bodies,
  • Euler’s dynamical equations for the motion of a rigid body about an axis,
  • Theory of small oscillations. 

DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS,

  • Exploratory data analysis,
  • Sample space,
  • Discrete probability,
  • Independent events,
  • Bayes theorem.
  • Random variables
  •  distribution functions (univariate and multivariate);
  • Expectation and moments. Independent random variables,
  • Marginal and conditional distributions.   
  • Standard discrete and continuous univariate distributions.
  • Sampling distributions,
  • Standard errors and asymptotic distributions,
  • Distribution of order statistics and range.    
  • Methods of estimation,
  • Properties of estimators,
  • Confidence intervals.
  • Tests of hypotheses, 
  • Gauss-Markov models,
  • Stability of parameters,
  • Best linear unbiased estimators,
  • Confidence intervals,
  • Tests for linear hypotheses.
  • Analysis of variance and covariance.
  • Simple and multiple linear regression, 
  • The multivariate normal distribution, 
  • Distribution of quadratic forms. 

DATA REDUCTION TECHNIQUES

  • Principle component analysis,
  • Discriminant analysis,
  • Cluster analysis,
  • Canonical correlation.     
  • Simple random sampling,
  • Stratified sampling and systematic sampling.
  • Probability proportional to size sampling.

CSIR UGC NET 2020 PHYSICAL SCIENCE SYLLABUS 2020

  • Part A: 20 Questions, Candidate attempt maximum 15 Questions. Each Question carries 2 marks and negative marking 25% mark.
  • Part B: 25 Questions, Candidate attempt maximum 20 Question. Each Question carries 2 marks and negative marking 25% mark.
  • Part C: 30 Questions, Candidate attempt maximum 20 Questions. Each Question carries 4 marks and negative marking 25% mark.

CORE:

  • Mathematical methods of physics,
  • Classical mechanics,
  • Electromagnetic theory,
  • Quantum mechanics,
  • Thermodynamic and statistical physics,
  • Electronics and experimental methods

ADVANCED

  • Mathematical Methods of Physics,
  • Classical Mechanics,
  • Electromagnetic Theory,
  • Quantum Mechanics,
  • Thermodynamic and Statistical Physics,
  • Electronics and Experimental Methods,
  • Atomic and Molecular Physics,
  • Condensed Matter Physics
  • Nuclear and Particle Physics

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  • Voter Card
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