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If you set your goals ridiculously high and it's a failure, you will fail above everyone else's success.

-James Cameron


Research is a common thread running through all professions and pursuits, from Ancient Rome to the present day. If you practice research, you are part of a long list of people throughout history, all dedicated to finding new knowledge and ideas that ultimately make the world a better place. To pursue research we have several channels, cracking a competitive exam like JRF is one such in today’s time, and achieving success in competitive examinations is becoming challenging Applicants have to work hard for many years to crack the exam, but only some succeed. So, it is essential to strategize the studying methodology to succeed in the exams.

The candidate must understand the syllabus of the examination & outline what type of questions are asked in the exam. The candidate must first understand the whole pattern so that preparation & hard work lead to success. Make a plan for the future by knowing about the complete syllabus and pattern. To help you better with the preparation, we have devised such a workshop.


About the speaker:

Lalji Ramtirath Kannoujiya has done his M. Sc. in Cytogenetics and Plant Biotechnology. He has a research Specialization in Mycology and Cytology (Karyotype). His thrust area of research is AM fungal Diversity in Coastal Medicinal Plants/ Forest plants.

His working experience in Academics includes the following:

  • As an Assistant professor at Sathaye College, Vile Parle, from the academic year 2013 to 2015.

  • He worked in Bhavans College Degree Botany department, Andheri west from June 2016.

  • Currently working as Educator at IFAS Pune since July 2019.

  • Currently, work as a policy-making member of the Academic Audit Committee (AAC) at Bhavans college.


What will you learn?

  • What is the right time to start preparation for JRF.

  • The right duration for preparation.

  • Topic-wise studies.

  • Are 5-6 topics sufficient to prepare.

  • which content to study.

  • Maximum duration.

  • Comparison of several competitive exams like DBT JRF /ICMR etc.

  • Scope of JRF.

  • What After JRF?.

  • Number of attempts.

  • Age bar.


Who can join?

  • Students of any science and study background are welcome

  • CSIR NET/JRF aspirants


Details of the workshop:

  • Date: Coming Soon

  • Time: 05:30 pm – 07:00 pm (IST)

  • Mode: Online

  • Platform: Zoom

  • Registration fee: INR 499/-

  • Group discounts (min. 4): 399/- each

  • Question & Answer session

  • E-certification will be provided to all the participants!

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