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    Syllabus of ICMR JRF exam?

    can you please send me the syllabus
    of icmr jrf exam???????????????????
    plese send me immediately
    i need it urgently for my preparation

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    manojbadoniya Array
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    Re: Syllabus of ICMR JRF exam?

    Eligibility for ICMR - JRF - Junior Research Fellowship : As you know that this is the entrance examination to get admission in PhD or research program under ICMr and so obviously you will need to complete your master's degree so to apply for this examination, you should have :

    M.Sc or MA or Equivalent Degree or Qualification from a recognized university should have scored minimum 55% marks in aggregate for General and OBC category and relaxation of 5% marks for SC or ST or PWD category candidates

    Age limits are also mandatory in applying for this examination and your age shouldn't be over than 28 years and relaxation will be provided in upper age as per government standards that are 5 years for candidates belonging to SC or ST or PH category and also for female aspirants and 3 years for OBCs

    Examination Pattern for ICMR - JRF Entrance Examination : There will be only one paper conducted in this test that has three different sections that are -

    A. General Aptitude - 50 questions
    B. Life Science - 100 questions - Attempting of any 75 questions is mandatory
    C. Social Science - 100 questions - Attempting of any 75 questions is mandatory

    Syllabus for General Aptitude Section :

    Role of Science and Technology in Everyday of Life
    General Knowledge and General Science
    Common Statistics

    Syllabus for Life Science Section :

    1. Molecules and their Interaction Relevant to Biology

    2. Cellular Organization - Membrane Structure and Functions, Structural Organization and Function of Intercellular Organelles, Organization of Genes and Chromosomes, Cell Division and Cell Cycle, Microbial Physiology

    3. Fundamental Process : DNA Replication, repair and recombination. RNA Synthesis and Processing. Protein Synthesis and Processing. Control of Gene Expression at transcription and translation level

    4. Cell Communication and Cell Signaling : Host Parasite Interaction. Cell Signaling. Cellular Communication. Cancer, Innate and Adaptive Immune System.

    5. Developmental Biology : Basic Concepts of Development. Gametogenesis, fertilization and early development. Morphogenesis and Organogenesis in animals. Morphogenesis and Organogenesis in Plants \

    6. System Physiology - Plant : Photosynthesis. Respiration and Photorespiration. Nitrogen Metabolism. Plant Hormones. Sensory Photobiology. Solute Transport and photo-assimilate translocation. Secondary Metabolites. Stress Physiology

    7. System Physiology - Animal : Blood and Circulation, Cardiovascular System. Respiratory System. Nervous System. Sense Organs. Excretory System. Thermoregulation. Stress and Adaption. Digestive System. Endocrinology and reproduction

    8. Inheritance Biology : Mendelian Principles. Concept of Gene. Extensions or Mendelian Principles. Gene Mapping Methods. Extra Chromosomal Inheritance. Microbial Genetics. Human Genetics. Quantitive Genetics. Mutation. Structural and Numerical Alternations of Chromosomes. Recombination

    9. Diversity of Life Forms : Principles and Methods of Taxonomy. Levels of Structural Organization. Outline Classification of Plants, animals and microorganisms. Natural History of Indian Subcontinent. Organisms of Health and Agricultural Importance.

    10. Ecological Principles : The Environment. Habitat and Niche. Population Ecology. Species Interactions. Community Ecology. Ecological Succession. Ecosystem. Biogeography, Applied Ecology, Conservation Biology

    11. Evolution and Behavior : Emergence of Evolutionary Thoughts. Origin of Cells and Unicellular Evolution. Paleontology and Evolutionary History. Molecular Evolution. The Mechanisms. Brain Behavior and Evolution.

    12. Applied Biology : Microbial Fermentation and Production of Small and Macro Molecules. Immunological Principles. Methods of Tissue and Cell Culture.

    13. Methods in Biology : Molecular Biology and Recombinant DNA Methods. Histochemical and Immunotechniques. Biophysical Methods, Statistical Methods. Radiolabeling Techniques. Microscopic Techniques. Electrophysiological Methods. Methods in Field Biology. Computational Methods

    Syllabus for Social Science : This section covers - Psychology and it's detailed study, sociology and importance. Home Science and Techniques. Anthropology. Important Statistics. Social Work and Health Economics

    ICMR is going to conduct this examination at - 14th of July 2013 at various centers but limited so this is the time that you give at least 8 hours everyday for study to get admission in research program under ICMR through this examination so please note down this syllabus and complete detailed syllabus is mentioned in the attached document with notification please download and prepare well for examination

    All the best
    Attached Files

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    sanmoy Array
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    Re: Syllabus of ICMR JRF exam?

    Hi Friend..

    ICMR-JRF is the national-level test for the award of Junior Research Fellowship through Indian Council of Medical Research.

    Students of the subjects of "Life Sciences" and "Social Sciences" can appear in ICMR-JRF.

    The syllabus of the exam is same as the syllabus prescribed by UGC.

    Here, I'm uploading the syllabus of "Life Sciences" in CSIR-UGC NET. Hope, you'll find them useful.

    All the best..
    Attached Files

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    Re: Syllabus of ICMR JRF exam?

    Educational Qualification:

    M.Sc./M.A. or equivalent degree with minimum 55% marks for General/OBC Candidates and 50% for the SC/ST & physically handicapped candidates

    Age Limit

    The age limit for admission to the eligibility test is 28 years (upper age limit relaxable upto 5 years in case of candidates belonging to SC/ST, physically handicapped (PH)
    and female candidates, 3 years in the case of OBC category.

    There will be one paper of 2 hours duration divided into two sections.
    Section A (Aptitude):
    This part will have 50 questions on
    (i) scientific phenomenon in everyday life
    (ii) general knowledge in sciences
    (iii) common statistics.
    Section B and C:
    (B) Life Sciences and
    (C) Social Science.
    The candidate may attempt questions in either of the two areas. Each area of section B & C would have 100 questions and the candidate may attempt any 75 questions in the predesigned area of Section B or C.
    Each question carries one mark.
    Negative marking @ 0.25 will be made for each of the wrong answer. The questions in both the sections would appear in English only.
    A. Life Sciences:
    Molecular biology
    Human nutrition
    Human biology

    Veterinary science

    B. Social Sciences:
    Home sciences
    Environmental sciences
    Social work Health economics

    Exam notification atttached
    Attached Files

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    Re: Syllabus of ICMR JRF exam?

    hi friend ..The entrance test consists of a single paper of 2 hours duration. There are two sections ,Section A and Section B/C. The Aptitude Section (Section A) will have 50 questions on (i) scientific phenomenon in everyday life; (ii) general knowledge in sciences; and (iii) common statistics. each carry 1 marks.The subject Specific Section (Section B & C) would pertain to (B) Life Sciences and (C) Social Science. you have to do any one either B or C. Each area of section B & C have 100 questions .
    For each correct answer one mark will be awarded and for each wrong answer 0.25 will be deducted.
    Syllabus Topics For Life Sciences:Microbiology,Physiology ,Molecular biology,Genetics,Human nutrition,Human biology,Biotechnology ,Biochemistry,Biophysics,Immunology Pharmacology,Zoology,Botany,Veterinary science,Bio-informatics

    Syllabus Topics For Social Sciences:
    Psychology, Sociology,Home sciences,Statistics,Environmental sciences,Anthropology,Social work,Health economics
    all the best

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    Re: Syllabus of ICMR JRF exam?

    Dear Friend,

    ICMR stands for Indian Council of Medical Research

    ICMR in collaboration with PGIMER will conduct an examination on July 14, 2013 to determine eligibility for Junior Research Fellowship award.

    There will be 150 fellowships awarded:

    For Life Sciences: 120

    For Social Sciences: 30

    The validity of fellowship awarded to a candidate will be six months.

    You can get all the details on this official link: http://icmr.nic.in/jrf.htm

    Syllabus for Life Sciences:

    microbiology, physiology, molecular biology, genetics, human biology, biotechnology, biochemistry, bioinformatics, biophysics, immunology, Pharmacology, zoology, botany, Environmental Sciences and veterinary sciences etc.

    Syllabus for Social Sciences:

    psychology, Sociology, Home Science, Statistics Anthropology, Social work and Health Economics

    I have also attached the information brochure and detailed syllabus.

    All the best.
    Thank you.

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