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    Will i be eligible to become Inter College Lecturer for Pure Physics after completing M.Sc. in Applied Physics?

    after completing my m.sc in applied physics will i be eligible to be an inter college lecturer for pure physics??

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    Re: Will i be eligible to become Inter College Lecturer for Pure Physics after completing M.Sc. in Applied Physics?

    hello friend,

    After the completing the M.SC in Physics you are eligible for the Lecturer job post in government and private collages

    You can apply for the Lecturer job post in the government collages through the NET entrance exam

    On the based of the marks in the NET entrance exam you can get the job in permanent and higher salary job in the government and private collages in which you want to apply...

    NET entrance exam which has been conducted by the UGC department two times in year in july and december

    Now you can apply for the NET December entrance exam .

    Now the NET december entrance exam date yet not been announced ...
    for more details :http://ugcnetonline.in

    In the NET entrance exam optional object you can choose..

    best of luck !

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    randhirk.rk randhirk.rk is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Will i be eligible to become Inter College Lecturer for Pure Physics after completing M.Sc. in Applied Physics?

    Just passing the m.sc will not make you eligible for jobs as you also need to have UGC NET qualification
    or alternatively you can have the PHD degree.

    Its better that you appear in the written exam of UGC NET exam which will be held in the month of dec 2012
    Min eligibilty criteria is post graduation with min 55% marks

    There is no age restriction

    You can fill the forms in oct 2012 through the website www.ugcnetonline.in

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