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After the result of Prestigious CSIR-UGC-NET entrance exam for Lecturership and Research Scholarship there is a Chaos all around about what to do next. Aspirants who cleared are celebrating and some are planning to clear it at next attempt.
There were many things happened w.r.t CSIR-UGC-NET June 2017, the first of which is delay of results due to court case. The second thing is emergence of Gyan Bindu Academy (GBA) as pioneer institute for NET Life Science Coaching as the topmost rank has given by GBA in June 2017 ie. Rank 6. GBA’s biggest contender PathFinder Academy had to satisfy with Topmost 15 rank from their institute.
We have brought Paradigm shift in our study patterns and study material said Dr Basant Sharma, Managing Director, GBA. Now we are working more to give quality education to aspirants as Our Govt is also coming up with several incentives to researchers which in turn attracting students toward research. In this scenario helping students to clear their basics is a fundamental challenge and obligation.
Though we have given top 1 rank from our institute in past but that’s not an end, we like to give topmost rank every time every year, we want to set it as standard rather than just a business activity. We are hopeful to get more and more successful top rank holders from our institute in future, said Dr Poonam Sharma, Head of Academics at Gyan Bindu Academy.
According to all available resources GBA has been found to give topper no. 6 or the topmost rank among all private coachings of Life Sciences in India.
A total of 1858 candidates have qualified the JRF (NET) CSIR, 1500 candidates have qualified JRF (NET) UGC and 95 candidates have qualified the JRF (NET); these are also eligible for Lecturership-NET. 3597 candidates have qualified the Lecturership (NET).
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