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ASRB National Eligibility Test 2014 (1) - www.asrb.org.in

ASRB NET 2014Agricultural Scientists Recruitment Board conducts every year National Eligibility Test which is a determining eligibility for the Lecturer / Assistant Professor Posts in State Agricultural Universities (ASU) and Other Agricultural universities (SU). National Eligibility Test Certificates issued by ASRB are considered as qualification by the ASUs and SUs while recruiting the faculty positions in their universities. The NET 2014 (1) is going to be held on 26.03.2014 – 04.04.2014 and notification is released by ASRB against it. Full notification will be available from 8th February in website www.asrb.org.in. Some important features of this employment notification is given here in Employment News Today for the unemployed and interested.
Last Date Online Registrations:  28th February, 2014
Examination       : National Eligibility Test 2014 (1)
Age should be above 21 years
Qualifications for NET: Post graduation / equivalent in the concerned discipline with specialization completed. There are total 55 disciplines for which eligible candidate can apply.

Application Process: Candidates found themselves suitable for the above ASRB National Eligibility Test can apply online through websites- www.icar.org.in / www.asrb.org.in from 8th February to 28th February, 2012.

Application Fee: Rs.1000/- for General, Rs. 500/- for OBC and Rs.250/- for SC / ST/ OBC.

Examination Centers: there are total 23 NET examination centers through India in which candidates can write their test.

NET 2014 Examination Pattern: will be published soon (8th February)

Old exam pattern may change (ASRB NET 2012)
(The examination paper will be completely objective type. i.e. 150 objective questions for 150 marks out of which the applicants should score 60% of marks in order to qualify)

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Website: www.asrb.org.inwww.icar.org.in

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