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List of exams after PG (Life Science)

The GATE Life Science syllabus's botany (XL-R) area covers a variety of subjects, including plant breeding, genetic modification, economic and applied botany, and plant systematics, Cell cycle and cell division, Plant Breeding, Genetic Modification, Genome Editing, Economic and Applied Botany, Plant Pathology, Ecology and Environment, Plant Anatomy, Plant Development, Cell, and Tissue Morphogenesis, Plant Physiology and Biochemistry, Genetics and Genomics, Plant Breeding, and Genome Editing.

GATE List of exams after PG (Life Science)

The GATE Life Sciences syllabus's Microbiology part covers a wide range of subjects, including Microbial Metabolism, Prokaryotic Cells: Structure and Function, and many others. The curriculum, including Methods of Historical Perspective in Microbiology, Taxonomy and Diversity of Microbes, Prokaryotic Cells: Composition and Purpose, microbial expansion, Microorganisms under control, Metabolism in Microbes, Diseases caused by microbes, host-pathogen interactions, Chemotherapy/Antibiotics, Microbial Genetics, and Molecular Ecology.

Micro exams after PG (Life Science)

This section includes several significant issues. Cell biology, parasitology, and immunology, among other things. Topics covered in the GATE Life Science syllabus for zoology include: Wildlife Diversity, Evolution, Genetics, Molecular biology and biochemistry, Biology of Cells, Expression of genes in Eukaryotes, Animal , physiology and Anatomy, Immunology and parasitology, Evolutionary , Biology, Ecology, and Animal Conduct.

Biochem exams after PG (Life Science)

The final and best section of the Life Science GATE syllabus is this one. With the aid of this part, candidates can perform effectively and earn a high rank. The topics of food chemistry and nutrition, food microbiology, food products technology, and food engineering are all included in the GATE Life Science Syllabus 2024 for Food Technology.

ICAR exams after PG (Life Science)

The following subjects are covered in the GATE Life Science syllabus for Biochemistry: the structure of life, the significance of water, Biochemical separation techniques, cell structure and organelles, DNA replication, transcription, and translation, immune system, vitamin and coenzyme kinetics, metabolism and bioenergetics, and DNA replication, transcription, and translation.

Zoology exams after PG (Life Science)

The Regional Centre for Biotechnology (RCB), administers the Biotechnology Eligibility Test (BET) to determine who is eligible to do research in the frontier fields of biotechnology nationwide. Candidates will be shortlisted for Category-I and Category-II of the DBT-JRF Programme according on their performance in the BET. Candidates who make the cut in Category I (fellowship category) or Category-II ( non-fellowships category)

Botany exams after PG (Life Science)

For the purpose of deciding whether Indian national candidates are eligible to receive Junior Research Fellowships (JRF) through the Indian Council of Medical Research, the ICMR conducts a national level examination. The successful candidates' placement at a medical college, hospital, university, national laboratory, or other institution of higher learning and research, as appropriate, will determine whether they get a junior research fellowship.

Food Tech exams after PG (Life Science)

The ICAR AICE-JRF/SRF (Ph.D.) is an All-India Competitive Examination for (a) Admission to 25% Seats in Accredited Doctoral Degree Programmes of Accredited Colleges of Accredited Universities under the ICAR-AU System (100% Seats of ICAR Deemed Universities and Dr. RPCAU Pusa, ICAR-DUs in Doctoral Degree Programmes) and Award of ICAR-JRF/SRF (Ph.D.)

DBT exams after PG (Life Science)

In order to evaluate if Indian citizens fulfil the criteria needed for Junior Research Fellowships (JRF) and Lectureships (LS)/Assistant Professor positions , the Joint CSIR UGC NET test is being administered. For training in research techniques under the expert supervision of professors and scientists working in university departments, national laboratories, and institutions across a range of scientific disciplines, CSIR and UGC offer Research Fellowships.

ICMR exams after PG (Life Science)

For admission to various Research Programmes at 45 Central Universities of India, the National Testing Agency is conducting the Common University Entrance Test Research Programme (CUET-RP). Many State and Deemed Universities in India also accept it. The test's syllabus is divided into two parts: Part A, which covers language, general awareness, mathematical aptitude, analytical skills, and research methodology, and Part B, which covers domain knowledge.

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