What is the scope of UGC NET in Management?

by PST Gems Indian-American HealthTech company

1. NET is Eligibility exam to get a teaching job in Govt Indian colleges. Private colleges also prefer candidates who have cleared UGC NET (now also called CBSE NET). For this you have to get "Lecturership Qualified"(top 3–5%).

2. If you get very good score in this exam, you get "JRF Qualified" (top 2-3 % only). That means, Indian Government will pay you salary (around 30-40 K per month for 5 years), if you choose to enroll for PhD/Research Work.

3. Some PSUs also use NET score for hiring. For example, last year IOCL hired Marketing and HR Managers through this exam.

4. Exam is not difficult but syllabus is vast. You might look at study material of "Human Peritus" to clear the exam.

What are the Benefits of Clearing UGC NET Exam? (Overview)

Below we are sharing few best benefits you can get after passing the UGC NET exam:

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1.Eligible for JRF Fellowship

The very first benefit of cracking UGC NET JRF is, you get eligible for the fellowship.

Once you clear UGC NET JRF, you can apply for Junior Research Fellowship if you wish to pursue higher studies like M.Phil. or Ph.D. from UGC participating institutes.

While doing your research work and studies, you get the JRF scholarship amount of INR 31,000 (for the initial 2 years) and INR 35,000 (for remaining tenure).

2.Work in Top Laboratories

If you are passionate about research and development field, one interesting benefit of clearing JRF is you get to work in the top laboratories of India and that too under surveillance of some best researchers and trainers.

You can become a Research scholar inany of the top Indian universities after clearing the UGC JRF.

3.Join Top Universities as an Assistant Professor

The most popular career scope and benefit of qualifying UGC NET exam is becoming an assistant professor.

If you dream about going into lectureship, you can fulfil your dream by applying in any of the UGC approved top universities for the post of assistant professor.

This is one of the most respectable jobs and you get to teach undergraduates or professional students depending on your position and skills.

4.Higher Preference in Any Job Opportunity

Having UGC NET qualification certificate is more than what you think. It is like a badge which shows your educational expertise and makes you special.

UGC NET qualified candidates get special attention when they submit their CV for a job opportunity. Having a Master’s with UGC NET qualification shows your ability and makes your chances stronger to get selected for a job.

5.Opportunities to Join PSUs

If you don’t like to be a professor, you have another opportunity to work for the government organizations on a higher salary package.

PSU (Public Sector Undertaking) companies often recruit UGC NET qualified candidates for various positions in departments like research & development, human resource, finance, etc.

6.Chance to Become a Subject Expert

After qualifying a national level exam like UGC NET, you’ll get socially recognized for your educational expertise. You might notice your siblings or neighbours approaching you for educational help.

This is your chance to share your knowledge with others and help them in building their career. You can become a career counsellor or subject expert in case this field interests you.

7.Become an Author & Publish Your Book

Reading and writing are the two important things which relate to almost every aspirant preparing for or qualified the NET exam.

As a UGC NET qualified person, you must have gained some knowledge of different themes and might have special interest in the subject you have qualified with.

With the experience, you can also get chances to publish your writeups on journals.


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