CSIR UGC-NET Coaching in Chandigarh
Bansal Academy in Chandigarh is a Premiere institute for CSIR UGC-NET working consistently towards providing quality education to the students and continously thriving towards results helping those students who aspire for CSIR UGC-NET Exam.
Bansal Academy in Chandigarh has brought tremenduos results than any other institute in the northern region since inception in CSIR UGC-NET exam. The secret for success and the distinguishing feature of Bansal Academy than anyother institute is continously working towards ”IGNITE INNOVATION” as working for research exams it is the dire need of this field to work with a experimental approach and continously explore & develop new ways of providing education/ coaching to the aspirants of research.
How to prepare for CSIR UGC-NET Paper?
In this article we will discuss the syllabus and the techniques to qualify CSIR UGC-NET. This article will be helpful to the aspirants of the exam in their general doubts and queries.
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About CSIR UGC-NET
Council of Scientific & Industrial Research (CSIR) India, A premier national Research and Development organization, is among the world’s largest publicly funded R&D organization. University Grants commission (UGC) and Council of Scientific & Industrial Research (CSIR) together conducts CSIR UGC –NET twice every year i.e. in the month of June and in the month of December. This exam provides opportunity to students in the research to pursue P.hd (Doctorate of Philosophy) and Lectureship in Private and Government institutions.
Eligibility Criteria for CSIR UGC-NET
A large number of JRFs are awarded each year by CSIR to candidates holding BS-4 years program/BE/B. Tech/B. Pharma/MBBS/ Integrated BS-MS/M.Sc. or Equivalent degree/BSc (Hons) or equivalent degree holders or students enrolled in integrated MS-Ph.D program with at least 55% marks for General & OBC (50% for SC/ST candidates, Physically and Visually handicapped candidates) after qualifying the National Eligibility Test ( NET) conducted by CSIR twice a year June and December.
Candidates with bachelor’s degree, whether Science, engineering or any other discipline, will be eligible for fellowship only after getting registered/enrolled for Ph.D/integrated Ph.D. program within the validity period of two years
Age Limit and Relaxation for CSIR UGC-NET
- The upper age limit for applying for the award of JRF shall be 28 years, which is relaxed up to5 years in the case of candidates belonging to Schedule Castes/Schedule Tribes/OBC, Physically Handicapped/Visually Handicapped and female applicants.
- The upper age limit for applying for the award of SRF shall be 32 years. The upper age limit is relax ableup to 5 years in case of candidates belonging to scheduled castes/Scheduled Tribes/OBC, physically handicapped and female applicants.
Pattern of Examination
The exam is conducted in three parts Part A part B part C (to be added) where
Part – A consist of scientific general aptitude questions which includes general mathematics, physics, chemistry , general awareness, quant and reasoning,data interpretation.
Part – B consist of direct factual questions which the eligibility of a student on comprehensive knowledge gained thoughout the career in specialized subjects in science stream. Where as
Part – C is directly related with experimental, analytical, scientific aptitude based questions, logical assertion based questions. This paper actually checks the numerical ability of the student and basic mathematical approach. Bansal academy has achieved the motto of creating a strategy during CSIR NET UGC Coaching to ignite the minds of the students with scientific approach.
Procedure and Criteria for Results
This is the latest trend in the cut off for various subjects under CSIR UGC NET/JRF exams. The result is out every session after 4 and half month after the date of conduct. Generally cut off varies but it fluctuates everytime to 5-10 marks in each exam. There are quite broad chances to get through the examination if one joins CSIR NET Coaching.
Some tips for CSIR UGC-NET aspirants
- Check the syllabus of the examinations
- (PYP) Solve previous year paper
- (OBES) Open Book Evaluation Technique
- (QBTP) Question Based Theory Preparation rather than (TBQP) Theory Based Question Preparation.
Reference Books for the CSIR UGC-NET Exam
These standard author books will help the students for preparing Analytical, Scientific aptitude concepts, unseen concepts, direct major concepts asked in examination. We advise all our students to follow only standard books during course of preparation.
Chemical Kinetics & Catalysis: Chemical Kinetics –Atkins Chemical Kinetics – Keith J. Laidler A text book of Physical Chemistry ( Volume -V ) – K. L. Kapoor Electrochemistry: An Introduction to Electrochemistry –Samuel Glasstone A book of Physical Chemistry ( Volume – III ) – K L Kapoor Thermodynamics: A text book of Physical Chemistry ( Volume – II ) – K. L. Kapoor Principles of Physical Chemistry – Puri, Sharma &Pathania Molecular Spectroscopy Fundamentals of Molecular Spectroscopy – Colin N. Banwell Physical Methods – Russel S. Drago Quantum Chemistry, Quantum Chemistry through Problems and Solutions – R.K. Prasad Quantum Chemistry – Donald A. McQuarrie Collides & Surfaces Surface Chemistry – A Goel Introduction to Surface Chemistry & Catalysis – Gabor A. Somorjai Group Theory Chemical Applications of Group Theory – F. Albert Cotton
Principles of Stereochemistry stereochemistry Conformation and Mechanism -P.S. Kalsi( for basics) Stereochemistry of Organic Compounds – E. L. Eliel Organic Reaction Mechanism A Guidebook to Mechanism in Organic Chemistry – Peter Sykes Organic Chemistry -Clayden, Greeves, Warren and Wothers Advanced Organic Chemistry Part-A: Structure and Mechanism – Francis A. Carey, Richard J.Sundberg Part-B: Reactions and Synthesis – Francis A. Carey, Richard J. Sundberg Reagents in Organic Synthesis Modern Methods of Organic Synthesis – William Carruthers, Iain Coldham Photochemical Reactions Organic Photochemistry – James H. Coxon, B. Halton Organic Synthesis Organic Synthesis the disconnection approach – Stuart Warren Spectroscopy Spectrometric Identification of Org. Compounds – R. M. Silverstein, F. X. Webster Organic Spectroscopy – William Kemp Pericyclic Reactions Pericyclic Reactions – R T Morrison, R N Boyd
Chemical Bonding and Shapes of Compounds Inorganic Chemistry – J. E. Huheey Inorganic Chemistry – Meissler & Tarr Main Group Elements (s and p blocks) Concise Inorganic Chemistry – J. D. Lee Principles of inorganic chemistry – Puri Sharma Kalia Transition Metal & Coordination Compounds (d block) Concise Inorganic Chemistry – J. D. Lee Principles of inorganic chemistry – Puri Sharma Kalia Mechanism of Inorganic Reactions – Fred Basolo, Ralph G. Pearson Organometallic Compounds Concept and Models of Inorganic Chemistry – Bodie Douglas, Darl McDaniel, John Alexander Inorganic Chemistry – Catherine E. Housecraft, Alan G. Sharpe Bioinorganic Chemistry Inorganic Chemistry – Shriver & Atkins Inorganic Chemistry – James E. Huheey, E.A. Keiter, R. L. Keiter, O. K. Medhi
Reference Books For CSIR UGC NET
Mathematical Physics– Satyaprakash, Arfken Reweker Classical Mechanics –Herbert Goldstein, JC Upadhya, Gupta Kumar Sharma An Introduction to Mechanics – Kleppner & Kolenkow Introduction to Electrodynamics – David J. Griffiths Introduction to Quantum Mechanics – David J. Griffiths Quantum Mechanics Concepts & Applications – Nouredine Zettili Statistical & Thermal Physics – F. Rief, V S Bhatia, R K Pathria Electronic Devices & Circuit Theory – Boylestad & Nashelsky Electronic Devices & Circuits – Jacob Millman & Christos C. Halkias Introduction to Atomic Spectra – Raj Kumar Fundamental of Molecular Spectroscopy – Colin N. Banwell & Elaine M. McCash Solid State Physics – Aschcroft & Mermin, Hemrajani & Kakani Introduction to Solid State Physics – Charles Kittel Solid State Physics – S.O. Pillai Introductory Nuclear Physics – Kenneth S. Krane, J Lilley, Heyde Introduction to Elementary Particles – David J. Griffiths Digital Electronics – Malvino & Leach
Reference Books For CSIR UGC-NET
Cell Biology And Molecular Biology – G. Karp, Bruce Alberts , Cooper & Hansman, Watson Biochemistry – Lehninger, Stryer ,Voet & Voet Genetics – Gardener, Lewin , Tamarin Evolution – Veer Bala Rastogi Physiology Plants – Hopkins, Taiz & Zeiger,Salisbury Ross Animal Physiology – Guyton & Hall, Moyes & Schulte Environmental Biology – Odum & Barret, Townsend & Harper
Techniques – Wilson & Walker , Smith & Smith Microbiology – Prescott & Harley, Madigan & Martinko Immunology – Kuby Devolpmental Biology – S.F. Gilbert Gene Cloning And DNA Analysis – T.A. Brown Recombinant DNA – Watson, Candy,Myres Principles Of Gene Manipulation – Primrose & Toy Man Molecular Biotechnology – Glick & Pasternak Plant Tissue Culture – Bhojwani & Rajdan
CSIR UGC NET EXAM COACHING FROM BANSAL ACADEMY
Bansal Academy in Chandigarh is the best institute in the northern region for CSIR UGC-NET exam coaching in Physical science, Chemical science and Life Sciences with maximum results than any other institute in Chandigarh. The content and quality of education during CSIR COACHING IN CHANDIGARH provided by us has benefited many students in choosing their future in the research. The teaching methodology in our academy has stayed unmatched by any other institute since inception.
DURATION OF PROGRAMME & FEES STRUCTURE
CSIR UGC-NET CHEMISTRY COACHING, CSIR NET PHYSICS COACHING, CSIR NET LIFE SCIENCES COACHING
- 6 MONTHS COACHING (six days a week) (4 to 5 hours daily)
- Two Sessions ( January to june) (July to december)
- Fess 35,000
WHY BANSAL ACADEMY FOR CSIR UGC NET
- Institute with maximum results than any other institute in the region.
- Best teaching methodolgy with experimental approach
- Well Versed, Experienced,CSIR UGC- NET qualified Faculty
- Special Motivational lecture to keep the students focused
- Co-operative teaching faculty
- Part A – Genral Aptitude Classes
- Special Doubt sessions
- 6 days a week, 4 to 5 hrs Classes
- Smart Classrooms,Library for students , Hostels
- Complete coverage of syllabus
- Practise sessions after completing the syllabus
- Mock test, weekly tests to check the progress of students
Wish you All The Best to all CSIR UGC-NET aspirants.!!!!