Life sciences -Syllabus

CSIR NET Exam Pattern 2021

Before getting into the details of CSIR NET Syllabus, let’s have an overview of the CSIR NET exam pattern 2021:

1. Total Marks: 200

2. Time Duration: 3 hours

3. The CSIR UGC NET exam is divided into three parts: Part A, Part B and Part C (Single Slot)

(i). Part ‘A’: Common to all subjects.

  • There will be 20 objective type questions in Part ‘A’.
  • Candidates are required to answer any 15 questions.
  • In case a student answers more than 15 questions, only the first 15 answers will be evaluated.
  • All questions are of 2 marks each.
  • The wrong answer will attract a negative marking of 0.5 marks.
  • This section has questions related to General Aptitude with emphasis on logical reasoning, graphical analysis, analytical and numerical ability, quantitative comparison, series formation etc.

(ii). Part ‘B’: Contain subject-related conventional Multiple Choice questions (MCQs), generally covering the topics given in the syllabus.

  • There will be 50 objective type questions in Part ‘B’.
  • Candidates are required to answer any 35 questions.
  • In case a student answers more than 35 questions, only the first 35 answers will be checked.
  • All questions are of 2 marks.
  • Negative marking of 0.5 marks for wrong answers.

(iii). Part ‘C’: Contain higher value questions that may test the candidate’s knowledge of scientific concepts and/or application of the scientific concepts.

  • There will be 75 objective type questions in Part ‘C’.
  • The candidates are required to answer any 25 questions out of 75 questions.
  • In case a student answers more than 25 questions, only the first 25 answers will be evaluated.
  • All questions shall be of 4 marks each.
  • There will be negative marking of 1 mark for wrong answers.

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CSIR NET 2020 Cutoff Marks (Official)

Subject

Unreserved

EWS

OBC

SC

ST

PwD

Chemical Sciences

50.50 %

44.50 %

43.25 %

33.25 %

25.50 %

25.00 %

Earth Sciences

59.86 %

54.31 %

52.79 %

44.22 %

40.90 %

29.33 %

Life Sciences*

98.94 %

96.57 %

96.04 %

89.68 %

83.10 %

74.75 %

Mathematical Sciences

57.00 %

51.38 %

50.75 %

40.25 %

30.88 %

28.75 %

Physical Sciences

46.25 %

40.68 %

39.68 %

31.56 %

26.87 %

25.00 %

CSIR NET Recommended Books

To prepare better for the exam, CSIR NET JRF READ ONLY THEASE BOOKS

IMMUNOLOGY                                           BY  JANUS KUBEYANIMAL CELL CULTTURE                       BY DR S. M. BHATT NAROSA PUBLICATIONGENETICS                                       :               BY GRIFFITHWORKBOOK OF COMPLETE CSIR :            MERIT LIFE SCIENCESNOTES COMPLETE SYLLABUS CSIR:        MERIT LIFE SCIENCESMOLECUALR BIOLOGY                                  : by Watson or GENE 12CELL BIOLOGY                                                : ALBERTS  
Microbiology L.M. Prescott, J.P. Harley, and D.A. Klein

Life Sciences CSIR NOTES

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CSIR NOTES

Plant Tissue Culture

M.K. Razdan

Ecology and Environment

PD Sharma

Biochemistry

Lubert Stryer, J.M., Berg and J.L. Tymoczk

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Molecules and their Interaction Cellular Organization
Cell Communication and Cell Signaling  Developmental Biology
Fundamental Processes System Physiology-Animals
Inheritance Biology System Physiology-Plant
Diversity of Life Forms Evolution and Behaviour
Ecological Principles Photosynthesis, Respiration and photorespiration, Nitrogen metabolism, Plant hormones, Sensory photobiology, Solute transport and photoassimilate translocation, Secondary metabolites and Stress physiology.
Methods in Biology Applied Biology

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CSIR NET LIFE SCIENCES Preparation strategies 

Do and Don’t’ Do??

IMPORTANT POINT TO CONSIDER BEFORE STARTING PREPARATION

  1. FEE FOR PREPARATION VARIES from 15000 rs for on line classes and 3-4 lakh for Offline classes.
  2. On line classes better managed and often low cost.
  3. On line classes you can study from anywhere and if miss the classes you can watch recording of the lecture and get teacher support any time.
  4. Off line classes risky and should be avoided due to COVID-19
  5. If teacher is expert of subject mostly should have Ph.D. and 10+ teaching research experience; you can understand clear cut concept better than Online mode.
  6. If teacher is just “JRF” and might be he got rank due to cramming the formulae and TRICKS.
  7. I DOUBT he/she can make you successful in life.
  8. Since age limit is only 28 so you must keep in Mind if YOU cant qualify JRF in 2-3 attempts, then increase time in self study or study by expert teacher who can make your concept clear.
  9. When preparing for JRF, avoid any social media or lots of CSIR GROUP on whatsapp or Telegram. No one can qualify with collections of lots of study materials.

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