All those who are planning to appear in the CSIR NET Exam or have cleared it, should be really happy to read this article as they will get to know the List of Scientific Research Organizations that they can work in. So, keep reading till the end to know the best organizations.
For your knowledge, a career in Scientific Research is one of the most reputed careers a candidate can have and India is currently doing well in this field.
In fact, India is among the top countries for Scientific Research. So, this makes this field even more reputed, rewarding and interesting.
Now you will read about some of the best Research Organizations in India that recruits a CSIR NET aspirant.
Getting a job in the top research organizations is a dream of many aspirants. So, keeping this in mind, below we have listed out the 10 Organizations in India that are related to the Scientific Research.
The article is specially for those, who want to make their career after CSIR NET Exam in any of these organizations.
Before applying or going to any of these organizations, you should first check the conditions that they have set for a CSIR NET aspirant. You can check these conditions and other important details on their official websites.
These organizations are in no particular order.
One of the top Research and Development Organizations in India. Probably, the one in which most of the CSIR NET aspirants are dreaming to work.
Candidates who wants to be a part of ISRO after qualifying the CSIR NET Exam can apply for Junior Research Fellowships (JRF) or can apply for Scientists for research work.
ISRO considers CSIR NET Result for the selection and recruit on the basis of candidate’s abilities.
BARC is India’s premier nuclear research organization which was established by Dr. Homi Jehangir Bhabha. BARC is considered the mother of the R&D institutions such as IGCAR, RRCAT, VECC, etc.
CSIR NET aspirants can apply for Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) in this Scientific Research Organization. You will be eligible for JRF in this organizations on the basis of your academic qualification and exam scorecard.
CSIR is among the world’s largest publicly funded R&D organization. It is India’s premier R&D organizations which was established by the Government of India in September 1942.
Every year, CSIR selects the candidates for Junior Research Fellowship (JRF). The stipend of Rs 31,000/- per month will be given to a JRF for the first two years and then Rs. 35,000/- per month for the next 3 years.
But there are certain conditions based on which the candidates will be eligible for the JRF. You can check the complete details of the CSIR JRF here.
DRDO is the R&D organization of Ministry of Defence, Govt. of India. This organization is concerned with research and development in Defence Systems and Military Technology.
The DRDO offers Junior Research Fellowships to the CSIR NET qualified candidates so that they can carry out research work and can earn gain experience in the Research field.
The amount of the Junior Research Fellowship offered by the DRDO to the CSIR NET aspirants is Rs. 16,000/- per month + HRA.
NIBMG is India’s first research institute for genomic medicine. It was established in 2009 under the Department of Biotechnology, Government of India.
CSIR NET aspirants who are willing to be a part of this organization can apply for doctoral research which leads to a PhD degree in the disciplines of Biomedical Sciences.
Below are the areas of research on which the candidates will work:
Cancer Genomics and Epigenomics
Genomics and Epigenomics of Complex Human Diseases (including Microbiome Biology)
Genomics and Epigenomics of infectious Disease Biology
Systems Biology and Computational Biology
IGCAR is the second largest establishment of the Department of Atomic Energy after Bhabha Atomic Research Centre. This organization is also one of India’s premier nuclear research centres.
It was established in 1971 with an objective of conducting broad based multidisciplinary programme of scientific research and advanced Engineering, directed towards the development of sodium cooled Fast Breeder Reactor [FBR] technology, in India.
This organization offers Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) to the CSIR NET qualified candidates. Below are the areas of Junior Research Fellowship (JRF):
Centre for Studies in Social Sciences (CSSSC) is a Social Science and Humanities Research and Teaching Institute in India. It was established in 1973 jointly by the Indian Council of Social Science Research and Government of West Bengal.
This organization offers the CSIR NET qualifiers to pursue Doctorate degree. Following are those Doctorate Degrees:
D.Litt. in Arts; D.Sc. in Science, Engineering & Technology / Pharmacy
Ph.D. (Arts); Ph.D. (Science); Ph.D. (Engg. / Pharm.) in Arts, Science and Engineering & Technology / Pharmacy, respectively.
TIFR is India’s research University that conducts research in the areas of Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Mathematics, Computer Science and Science Education. It works under the department of Atomic Energy.
CSIR aspirants can go for the Research Work in this organization by applying for the Junior Research Fellowship position.
CSIR aspirants having M.Sc./B.Tech/M.Tech. can apply for the JRF positions in this Institute.
IARI is India’s national Institute for Agricultural Research, Education and Extension. This Institute is also known as Pusa Institute.
Candidates who have qualified the CSIR NET Exam can apply for the Junior Research Fellowship position in this Institute.
Those who are having a 3 Years Bachelor’s degree and wants to apply for the JRF, then they must have CSIR NET qualification.
The amount you will get as a Junior Research Fellow in this Institute is Rs. 25,000/- per month + 30% HRA.
The IVRI is a premier research Institute which conducts research in the field of veterinary medicine and allied branches. It was established in 1889.
CSIR NET including Lectureship (Assistant Professorship) qualifiers can apply for the Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) position in this Institute.
They will be given an amount of Rs. 31,000/- per month + HRA.
So, candidates who have taken the exam in both JRF and Lectureship are eligible to apply in this Institute.
These all were the Scientific Research Organizations in India that a CSIR NET aspirant can go for.
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