What is the criteria for becoming a government lecturer after cracking net exam?

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    Harsh Ranjan College Selection Expert | Scholar-Level 17

    4 years ago
    UGC NET is an exam organized by CBSE for checking the eligibility of candidates for teaching at primary and elementary level school. Candidate must qualify their Masters course from university/institution recognized by UGC with at least 55% marks for general and 50% for other category. Candidates who have appeared or appearing in the Masters final year exam and result is awaiting can also appear in the exam.For PhD completed candidates, they have a relaxation of 5% in Master’s course. Means, a PhD candidate with 50% marks can appear in exam in respective of their category.Candidate has to appear in the exam of part II and III from the subje... view more
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    Devi singh | Guide-Level 11

    4 years ago
    Cracking the UGC NET exam you can apply for assistant professor and if you are able to clear JRF exam and then you can do research in the relevant field.As far as my research is concerned with the vacancies of Assistant professor almost all the colleges has stopped recruiting the applicant on permanent basis (Here I am referring the DU colleges, since I reside in Delhi therefore I am aware about Delhi colleges only). They hire the applicant on Adhoc/contract basis and if they find the incumbent suitable then they tend to renew the contract period.Therefore for applying to Assistant professor job one needs to empanel himself/herself into the A... view more
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    Aman Kumar | Guide-Level 12

    4 years ago
    After Cracking UGC NET exam, you can apply for lecturership or Junior Research Fellowship in any university across the country. Your selection will be based on the marks scored by you in UGC NET.
    There are three stages after getting selected-
    Assistant Professor
    Associate Professor
    Professor
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    Sunil Soni Management & IT Consultant | Scholar-Level 18

    4 years ago
    National Eligibility Test (NET) is conducted by Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is for determining the eligibility of Indian nationals for the eligibility for Assistant Professor only or Junior Research Fellowship and Eligibility for Assistant Professor both in Indian Universities and Colleges. The eligibility for seeking job as Assistant Professor in Indian Universities as recommended by UGC is as follows:(a) A master degree with at least 55% marks (or equivalent grade in a point scale wherever grading systems is followed) by a recognised university in India or aboard.(b) Candidate must have cleared NET /SLET/SET or equivalent ex... view more
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    ABHISHEK K If you do not go to the end, why to start? | Scholar-Level 17

    2 years ago
    Indian Universities as recommended by UGC is as follows: (a) A master degree with at least 55% marks (or equivalent grade in a point scale wherever grading systems is followed) by a recognised university in India or aboard. (b) Candidate must have cleared NET /SLET/SET or equivalent exam approved by UGC CA Ph.D. degree holders are exempt from appearing in NET/SLET/SET (d) NET/SLET/SET is not required for such Master disciplines for which NET/SLET/SET is not conducted. Refer https://www.ugc.ac.in/oldpdf/regulations/englishgazette.pdf.
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    Vasu Gupta Engineer | Contributor-Level 7

    a month ago
    First You have to qualify UGC NET exam then you can go for government lecturer jobs. Three stages after getting qualifying NET exam are
    Assistant Professor
    Associate Professor.
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    ravi mahawar Student | Contributor-Level 10

    2 years ago
    Hello, There are exams like UGC NET and CSIR NET which are organised to select the deserving candidates for lectureship. If you are looking to apply for lectureship in colleges and institutes in India, then it is compulsory to qualify such exams. Here you can check the detailed procedure to become a lecturer - https://mahawarravi036.wixsite.com/studentexamalert/single-post/2018/07/06/How-to-Become-A-Lecturer-through-UGC-NET
    The minimum eligibility criteria to become a lecturer (Assistant Professor) is having a complete master's degree. I hope it helps.
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    Bhavya Bakhshi | Contributor-Level 6

    a month ago
    Hi, Educational BackgroundA Master's degree in any relevant topic with at least 55 percent marks is required to be a lecturer. Higher education is always preferable. Step 1: Interested candidates must take and pass the UGC NET exam, which is held twice a year. This is the only requirement to be considered for a position as a college lecturer. Step 2. After passing the UGC NET exam, one is eligible to work as a lecturer at any college affiliated with a UGC-accredited university in India. Clearing the UGC NET does not guarantee a job; it is simply a requirement to be cleared. Individual applications are required for positions posted in the medi... view more
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    Sahil Rana | Guide-Level 15

    3 years ago
    Hello, Let me clear one thing here that the NET exam will give you certificate and make you more eligible for related posts. However, there is no guarantee of any job. After getting the certificate, the candidates can apply for the vacant position in any organisation for the related posts. The candidates having the NET certificate will be given more preferences in any organisation. The candidates having UGC NET or CSIR NET certificate will be eligible for the following career options:Become an assistant professor, Get scholarship or Fellowship awards, Become a lab assistantGet Job in PSUsPublish articles or Become an authorBecome an entrepren... view more
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    Ajeet Singh

    4 years ago
    Eligibility to be a Lecturer:1. Educational QualificationTo be eligible to be a lecturer one should hold at least a Master Degree in any of the relevant subject with at least 55% marks in it. Higher qualifications are always preferred.Step 1.Interested candidate has to appear in UGC-NET exam which is held twice a year and pass it.This is the only hurdle to be cleared to be eligible to get a job as a lecturer In a college.Step 2.After clearing UGC-NET exam one is eligible for applying as a lecturer in any college affiliated with any of the university recognised by UGC in India. Clearing of UGC-NET does not gives guarantee of any job it is just... view more

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