Why it is crucial to appear for CBSE (UGC) NET?
Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) organises the examination of NET-JRF (National Eligibility Test-Junior Research Fellowship) on behalf of UGC for the eligibility for Lectureships in India. The Examination is organised twice a year in June and December. The highlights are declared in the month of March and September respectively, in the national newspaper Employment News. The results will be anounced in the month of October and April for the exam held in June and December respectively. The results are published in Employment news as well as they are there on CBSE website UGC. The exam is organised for the various different students of humanities and social sciences background, the students with in sciences are supposed to give CSIR NET-JRF.
The pattern of CSIR is bit different than the CBSE (UGC) NET. Here the CBSE (UGC) NET exam is elaborated in detail. The top fellows of the NET examination are provided with JRF (Junior Research Fellowship) in form of stipend for research, which has now been increased from Rs. 8000 per month to Rs. 10000 pm with HRA. UGC also gives book grant amounting to Rs. 10000 per year. The examination holds its undue significance for the reason it is an crucial means to look into the current scenario of the status of teaching aptitude and research methodology amongst the candidates.