I have done PG Diploma in food and dietetics. Can I apply for NET exam?

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    pushpendra malav | Contributor-Level 7

    6 years ago
    Hello Priyanka,
    Yes, you can apply for the UGC NET exam for sure. The UGC NET Exam is conducted by CBSE on the behalf of UGC for the assistant professor and junior research fellowship award. The eligibility for the exam is as follows:
    The candidates who have completed the post graduation degree with minimum 55% marks (for general category) from a recognised university are eligible for the UGC NET Exam. Candidates are advised to choose the subject of their post-graduation or the relevant subject. There is no age limit for the assistant professor posts while the candidates must be below 30 years of the age for the JRF.
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    Megha Aggarwal | Guide-Level 13

    6 years ago
    If you have completed your postgraduate Diploma course from a recognised university then you are eligible for NET examination.

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