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What is UGC-NET? What are the benefits of qualifying it?
By Komal Sharma (Mentor)  3 years ago   415 views
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Those who qualify the UGC NET Exam get career opportunities in teaching and research fields. Below I've shared some areas of benefits that an NTA NET Qualified candidate will get. You can work as an Assistant Professor in various Institutes and colleges after getting selected through UGC NET. According to the UGCs announcement, candidates who qualify for the UGC NET Exam can apply for various PSUs. You can guide various aspirants to qualify the UGC NET Exam by providing coaching. You can become an author or editor after the NET Exam. There are also many opportunities that you can avail yourself through this exam. Hope this helps.

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Salary of an Assistant Professor
As I have mentioned in the above sections, clearing the UGC NET and becoming an assistant professor is not as hard as becoming a junior research fellow.
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UGC-NET stands for University Grant Commission- National Entrance Test. The exam is biannually held in June (3rd week) and December (3rd week) conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education on behalf of UGC. UGC NET exam is essentially required for pursuing higher order research in University departments/Institutes of National Importance/National Laboratories and Institutes of CSIR in various fields of Science & Technology. Those who qualify UGC-NET exam are awarded either a JRF or Lectureship on qualifying the NET exam.

Benefits of Qualifying CSIR NET/JFR

UGC/CSIR LS (NET) qualification is now mandatory for coaching in any University/college in India. Students who qualify as JRF are also eligible for lectureship. Moreover, JRF qualification is considered more prestigious as JRF qualified students are entitled to a monthly stipend of 25,000 p.m. for a period of two years. On Completion of two years as JRF and if the fellow is registered for PhD, the fellowship is upgraded to SRF (NET) and the stipend is increased to Rs. 28,000/- p.m for the 3rd and subsequent years.r
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