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CSIR NET SYLLABUS

SYLLABI FOR TEST PAPERS

The Joint CSIR-UGC NET Exam convener body, National Testing Agency conducts the test for 5 subjects from the Science Streams. To distinguish the CSIR Syllabus amongst these 5 subjects, we have listed the topics separately for each subject below!

A. General Aptitude

 

  • Logical Reasoning
  • Graphical Analysis
  • Analytical and Numerical Ability
  • Quantitative Comparisons
  • Series Formation
  • Puzzles Etc. 
1. Life Sciences
  • Molecules and their Interaction Relevant to Biology
  • Cellular Organization
  • Fundamental Processes
  • Cell Communication and Cell Signaling
  • Developmental Biology
  • System Physiology – Plant
  • System Physiology – Animal
  • Inheritance Biology
  • Diversity of Life Forms
  • Ecological Principles
  • Evolution and Behavior
  • Applied Biology
  • Methods in Biology
Important Topics for CSIR NET Life Science Exam
  1. Molecular Biology
  2. Cell Biology
  3. Biochemistry
  4. Instrumentation
  5. Genetics

 

2. Chemical Science

 

  • Inorganic Chemistry
  • Organic Chemistry
  • Physical Chemistry
  • Interdisciplinary topics
3. Earth Sciences
  • Earth Science Syllabus (Part-B)
  • Earth Science Syllabus (Part-C)
  • GEOLOGY
  • Physical Geography
  • Geophysics
  • Meteorology
  • Ocean Sciences
CSIR NET Syllabus – Earth Science Important Topics

 

  1. Earth and Solar system
  2. Ocean and Atmosphere
  3. Interior of Earth, deformation, tectonics
  4. Geochemistry
4. Physical Science

 

  • Physical Science Syllabus (Part-A Core)
  • Physical Science Syllabus (Part-B Advanced)
CSIR NET Syllabus – Physical Science Important Topics

 

  1. Mathematical Physics
  2. Quantum Physics
  3. Electromagnetic Theory
  4. Classical Mechanics
  5. Electronics

5. Mathematics Science

 

  • Linear Algebra
  • Real Analysis
  • Ordinary and Partial differential equation
  • Modern Algebra
  • Complex Analysis
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