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CSIR Net Exam Pattern:

The Council of Scientific and Industrial Research or CSIR as it is popularly referred to conducts the CSIR NET exam for award of Junior Research Fellowship and Lectureship for eligible and interested candidates. The CSIR NET exam pattern will help candidates prepare for the exam in a meticulous manner. The National Testing Agency (NTA) is responsible for the conduct of the exam on behalf of CSIR.

CSIR Net Exam Pattern
CSIR Net Exam Pattern

The CSIR NET exam will be conducted for the following disciplines:

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

Date of start of registration of application: 16th March 2020

Last date to submit completed application: 15th April 2020

Last date for payment of application fees: 16th April 2020 till 1150 pm

Date of release of admit card: 15th May 2020

Date of CSIR NET exam: 21st June 2020

CSIR NET exam pattern:

  • The CSIR NET exam is a computer based online examination.
  • The exam consists of multiple choice objective questions.
  • The duration of the exam is 3 hours/ 180 minutes.
  • The weightage of each section is 200 marks.
  • The CSIR NET exam consists of 3 sections Part A, B and C.
  • All the three sections are mandatory.
  • The exam does not have any break in between.
  • The Part A is common for all subjects.
  • Part A will consist of 20 questions on general aptitude and the candidate has to attempt any 15.
  • Part A will be of weightage 30 marks.
  • Part B will consist of subject related questions.
  • Part B will consist of 20-35 questions and the weightage of the section will be 70 marks.
  • Part C will consist of analytical questions to gauge the knowledge of the candidate with respect to scientific concepts and its application.
  • Part C will be of 100 marks weightage.
  • The marking scheme includes negative marking as specified.
CHEMICAL SCIENCES PART A PART B PART C TOTAL
Total questions 20 40 60 120
Max No of Questions to attempt 15 35 25 75
Marks for each correct answer 2 2 4 200
Marks for each incorrect answer (Negative marking) 0.5 0.5 1
EARTH, ATMOSPHERIC, OCEAN AND PLANETARY SCIENCES PART A PART B PART C TOTAL
Total questions 20 50 80 150
Max No of Questions to attempt 15 35 25 75
Marks for each correct answer 2 2 4 200
Marks for each incorrect answer (Negative marking) 0.5 0.5 1.32
LIFE SCIENCES PART A PART B PART C TOTAL
Total questions 20 50 75 145
Max No of Questions to attempt 15 35 25 75
Marks for each correct answer 2 2 4 200
Marks for each incorrect answer (Negative marking) 0.5 0.5 1
MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES PART A PART B PART C TOTAL
Total questions 20 40 60 120
Max No of Questions to attempt 15 25 20 60
Marks for each correct answer 2 3 4.75 200
Marks for each incorrect answer (Negative marking in Part A & B; no negative marking in Part C) 0.5 0.75 0
PHYSICAL SCIENCES PART A PART B PART C TOTAL
Total questions 20 25 30 75
Max No of Questions to attempt 15 20 20 55
Marks for each correct answer 2 3.5 5 200
Marks for each incorrect answer (Negative marking) 0.5 0.875 1.25

For any further details regarding CSIR NET exam pattern check the website at https://csirhrdg.res.in/Home/Index/1/Default/834/78 .

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