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Answer Key: Chemical Sciences Booklet A, B and C

Dear NET Aspirants. Here are the keys of all the three sets of the Chemical Sciences Question Paper from December 2014 NET Exam. You can also download the question papers from their website.

Answer Key of the Chemical Sciences Set A

Chemical Sciences Answer Key Booklet A

Answer Key of the Chemical Sciences Set B

Chemical Sciences Answer Key Booklet B

Answer Key of the Chemical Sciences Set C

Chemical Sciences Answer Key Booklet C

Online Chemistry Quiz: Section C – Q26-50

Here is the next quiz for Chemical Sciences Aspirants. There are 25 questions in this quiz which were asked in December 2012 Exam. These questions are from the Section C of the Chemical Sciences paper.

Chemical Sciences Quiz Section C 26-50

Leaderboard: CS-Dec-2012-Sec-C-Q26-50

maximum of 25 points
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Minimum Cut-off Percentage for NET-JRF Exam December 2012

The Minimum cut–off percentage for the award of fellowship/lectureship in different subjects in the Joint CSIR –UGC test for Junior Research Fellowship and Eligibility for Lectureship has been declared for the exam held on 23rd December 2012.

You can follow the table below to get an idea about your subject:

CSIR

 

Junior Research Fellowship (NET)

Lectureship (NET)

Subject

GENERAL/OBC

SC/ST

GENERAL/OBC

SC/ST

 

%age

%age

%age

%age

Chemical Sciences

43.5

33.5

38.5

28.5

Earth Sciences

47.0

37.0

42.0

32.0

Life Sciences

48.0

38.0

43.0

33.0

Mathematical Sciences

40.0

30.0

35.0

25.0

Physical Sciences

41.5

31.5

36.5

26.5

Engineering Sciences

41.0

31.0

 N.A. 

 

  • The minimum cut off percentage is not fixed and varies from exam to exam.
  • There is no separate cut off for Part A, B ,C. The cumulative marks of all parts are taken into consideration for drawing of merit list.
  • The date of declaration of result is 20.03.2013
  • Candidates with Bachelor’s degree, whether science, engineering or any other discipline are eligible for fellowship only as per the clause 3.2 of our notification.

 

 

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Solution: Question 1 Chemical Sciences June 2012

The Question:

In still air, fragrance of a burning incense stick will be smelt by an observer quickest when the experiment is carried out at

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Answer:

Let’s first consider the altitude, at high altitude there would be lower density of air and vice versa. At higher temperature the fragrance will move quicker.

The answer would be option 1 i.e. low altitude and high air temperature

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