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So many Govt. organizations are showing the minimum qualification as given below
(i) Master’s Degree in Library Science/Information Science/Documentation with CGPA of 6.5 in 10 point
scale or at least 60% of the marks or its equivalent grade
(ii) UGC / Net qualification is essential.
My submission is, why minimum 60% where you are making the NET qualification essential? if marks are important than candidates should be selected on percentage wise merit list, then why NET qualification.
If NET qualification matters, then why minimum marks should be 60% whereas the minimum marks essential for appearing in UGC / NET qualition is 55%. Eiether UGC should make the minimum marks as 60% for appearing in NET / UGC. It is quite conflicting.
What is the use of qualifying UGC / NET for whom have passed his/her master degree with above 55% but less than 60%.
As per AICTE norms also one is required having first division either in Bachelor or Master Degree.
Then how these govt. organizations can decide the minimum qualfication in such conflicting manner? Something should be done in this regard.
your thinking shows you are a fractured & confused person
I think you are a Assistant Librarian
i think you should decided that what you want to become in life
do you want to become librarian?
do you want to become lawyer?
do you want to become Chairman of UGC?
otherwise Jacob all subject master of nan .........ok
friend think positively and try to concentration on net study
you will be qualified NET
In my view,
Where Net/SET is an essential qualification There should not be any other academic qualification criteria. If a candidate got lower percentage in UG/PG he/she prove himself/herself by qualifying NET/SET through intensive study in that particular subject.
That's what I want to submit Mr. Ashok ! Where the brain of Govt. agencies are and what they study before deciding the criteria of eligibility and how they can decide such criteria in spit of well decided norms of UGC and AICTE ?
We should do something to change this type of activities. Cut off should stand there only where you are giving the sure shot appointments or admission in any course. This cut off marks could have ups and downs so a person in spit of securing 64 % marks might be disqualified but i some people would get succeed with below 64 % marks. It means one have to attempt each and every time until he get selected. It would become luck by chance.
I strongly condemn the compulsion of 1st division in master degree along with NET certification. In other words such organizations are challenging the UGC / NET certification as well.
It means due to any cause one person fails to get 60% marks in Master Degree. He can't grow in the profession in spit of proving himself / herself through UGC National Eligibility Test. Whereas we all know passing M.Lib.I.sc. with 60% is quite easier by distance mode or under so many UGC affiliated universities.
Our associations should come forward to protest against this conflicting criteria.