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BANGALORE: Base, the Bangalore based, premier training organisation has announced its admissions for NET-JRF achiever, an online training programme for National Eligibility Test (NET) and Juni

Published: 30th January 2012 05:10 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 06:25 PM   |  A+A-

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BANGALORE: Base, the Bangalore based, premier training organisation has announced its admissions for NET-JRF achiever, an online training programme for National Eligibility Test (NET) and Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) exams conducted by University Grants Commission (UGC) every year.

The programme will commence from February 15, and end by June.

Post Graduates in Mathematics and Physics, aspiring to become degree college/university lecturers or research scholars can apply for this programme.

The duration of the programme will be for three months, comprising 100 sessions, of two hours duration each.

The entire programme will be available on the internet which will enable the candidates to pursue the programme with flexible timings from anywhere in the country.

Classes will be pre-recorded and are made available as per a drawn out schedule.

The entire programme will be delivered by teachers who have taught at the university level.

The candidates will be given text soft copies of the teacher slides and worksheets for their reference.

Online tests will also be held every fortnight.

Announcing the programme, Dr H S Nagaraja, founder director of BASE said, “We want to reach out to maximum number of teachers and enable them to prepare for the exam.

Since several participants are likely to be working professionals and spread across the country, this internet programme will help to pursue the programme with flexible timings.

Our research efforts will give the added edge in preparing the programme objectives and content,” added the director.

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