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IBTS INSTITUTE is widely recognized as the Best CSIR NET Coaching Institute, providing top-notch CSIR NET Chemistry Coaching in Chandigarh. Furthermore, the institute aims to assist candidates in achieving high scores in the exam through the dedicated efforts and hard work of both teachers and students. Moreover, we are committed to working with honesty, integrity, and transparency to achieve the best outcomes in the CSIR NET Chemistry Coaching in Chandigarh Programme.

For more than a decade, IBTS INSTITUTE has maintained a strong track record of producing high-achieving individuals in the field of CSIR NET Chemistry Coaching in Chandigarh & Also Online Coaching for CSIR NET CHEMICAL SCIENCE. Every year, we witness an upward trend in our students securing top positions at national levels. This remarkable success is attributed to our devoted faculty, whose unwavering commitment and painstaking efforts ensure that our students receive exceptional guidance and support.

All about the CSIR NET Exam

The CSIR NET exam is conducted by the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) to assess the eligibility of candidates in India for the award of Junior Research Fellowships (JRF) or the National Eligibility Test (NET). Moreover, IBTS Institute conducts CSIR NET Chemistry Coaching in Chandigarh.

The exam also determines eligibility for the appointment of Lecturers (NET) in various subjects related to Science & Technology. Furthermore, CSIR conducts exams in the following areas

  1. Chemical Sciences
  2. Earth Sciences
  3. Atmospheric Sciences
  4. Ocean Sciences
  5. Planetary Sciences
  6. Life Sciences
  7. Mathematical Sciences
  8. Physical Sciences

Educational Qualification for CSIR NET Chemistry

  • Additionally, candidates who hold an M.sc or equivalent degree, B.E., B.Tech, MBBS, B.Pharma, BS-4 years, or Integrated BS-MS with 55% marks for general and OBC-Non Creamy layer candidates and 50% of SC/ST, Persons with disability (PwD) candidates are eligible to apply.
  • Moreover, candidates who are enrolled in or have completed 10+2+3 years of the above qualifying examination, as well as those whose results are awaited (RA), can also apply, provided they complete their degree with the requisite percentage of marks within the validity period of two years to avail the fellowship from the effective date of the award.
  • Additionally, these types of candidates will need to submit the attestation format (Given on the reverse of the application form) duly certified by the Head of the Department/Institute from where the candidate appears or has appeared.
  • B. SC (Hons) or equivalent degree holders or students enrolled in Integrated MS-PhD program with at least 55 % marks for general and OBC (Non-Creamy Layer) candidates; 50% marks for Sc/ST, persons with disability (PwD) are also eligible. The candidates who acquired only a bachelor’s degree will be eligible for the fellowship only after getting enrolled/registered for PhD/ Integrated PhD program within the validity period i.e. 2 years.
  • The eligibility for lectureship of NET-qualified candidates depends on the subject of fulfilling the criteria laid down by UGC. PhD degree holders who have passed a Master’s Degree with a minimum of 50% marks are eligible to apply for a Lectureship only.

Examination Centers for CSIR NET Chemistry

The exam will be conducted in more than 27 cities which are spread all over India. The names of the centres are defined below


Additionally, Any candidate may opt for any of the above-described centres. However, no request for the change of the centre would be granted. Instead, a request in writing may be entertained on the merits. Furthermore, if at any centre the number of appearing candidates is not sufficient, then that particular centre may be deleted or any other nearest centre will be allotted to the candidate at the discretion of CSIR. Moreover, no TA/ DA will be allotted to any candidate for attending the exam in any manner. In conclusion, consider joining CSIR NET Chemistry Coaching in Chandigarh at IBTS for additional support.

Age Limit for CSIR NET Chemistry

Exam Name

Age Limit


Maximum 28 years at the time of appearing in the exam (This limit may be relaxed up to 5 years in case of SC/ST/OBC (Non-Creamy Layer)/ Persons with Disability and female applicants)


No Upper Age Limit



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CSIR NET Chemistry/Chemical Science Exam Pattern

To properly prepare for the exam, it is essential to understand the CSIR NET exam pattern for Chemical Science. Understanding the exam’s structure, the kinds of questions that will be asked, how long the exam will last, and the scoring system will be made easier for candidates if they are familiar with its format. Inorganic Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, Organic Chemistry and multidisciplinary topics are the four divisions of the Chemical Sciences syllabus. 

Given below are important points concerning the exam pattern of the CSIR NET Exam for Chemical Sciences:

  • There are three parts of the exam: Part A, B and C.
  • Each question in parts A and B of the grading formula is worth two marks. Each question in section C, however, is worth four marks.
  • There are a total of 120 multiple-choice questions (MCQs) in the Chemical Science/ Chemistry  Test.
  • The total duration of the exam is 3 hours.
  • The negative marking for parts A and B is 0.5 marks, while the negative marking for section C is 1.

For a better understanding of the candidates, we have included the details of the Chemical Science test format in the table below.

CSIR NET Chemical Science Exam Pattern
SectionPart APart BPart CTotal
Number Of Questions204060 120
Maximum Marks3070100200
Maximum Questions to Attempt15352575
Marks For Each Correct Answer24
Deduction for Each Wrong Answer 0.50.51

All the candidates who are planning to take the CSIR NET exam can download their CSIR NET Admit Card in the linked article.

CSIR NET Chemical Science Syllabus

For students interested in a career in chemistry as an Associate Professor or a Junior Research Fellowship must take the CSIR NET exam. To perform well in the exam, candidates must completely prepare each topic listed in the CSIR NET Chemistry – Chemical Science Syllabus PDF. The following major subjects are covered on the syllabus & all these Subjects will be covered in detailed manner in IBTS Best CSIR NET CHEMISTRY COACHING IN CHANDIGARH:

  • Organic Chemistry.
  • Inorganic Chemistry.
  • Physical Chemistry.
  • Interdisciplinary Topics in Chemistry

Aspirants of the CSIR NET exam can download the CSIR NET Chemical Science Syllabus in the following section of the article.

Aspirants of the CSIR NET Exam can check the CSIR NET Answer Key in the linked article.

CSIR NET Chemical Science: Section Wise Syllabus

To prepare for this exam Join IBTS CSIR NET Chemical Science Coaching in Chandigarh (Online/Offline Classes):, it is essential to comprehend the importance of each section of the Chemical Science syllabus. The following analysis of the CSIR NET exam is given below for the understanding of the exam:

Paper SectionsQuestions ProvidedMarks for Each SectionNegative MarkingMarks Per QuestionTotal time
Part A20300.523 hours
Part B50700.52
Part C7510014
Total Marks200

Important topics for the Chemistry exam are given below:

CSIR NET Chemical Science Syllabus: Part A (General Aptitude)
Numerical AbilityGeometry
Proportion and Variation
Time and Work
Permutation and Combination
Compound and Simple Interest
Series Formation
Clock and Calendar
Direction and Distance
Coding and Decoding
Ranking and Arrangement
Graphical Analysis & Data InterpretationPie-Chart
Line & Bar Chart
Mode, Median, Mean
Measures of Dispersion
CSIR NET Chemistry Chemical Science Syllabus: Part B & Part C
Physical Chemistry
Data analysisAbsolute and relative errors
Covariance and correlation coefficient
Mean and standard deviation
Atomic structureSpectroscopy
Antisymmetry principle
Many-electron systems.
Principles of quantum mechanicsOperator algebra
Orbital and spin angular momenta
Polymer chemistryKinetics of polymerization
Molar masses.
Colloids and surfacesIsotherms and surface area
heterogeneous catalysis
Properties of colloids.
Chemical applicationsGroup theory
Symmetry elements
Character tables.
Solid-stateBragg’s law and applications
Band structure of solids
Crystal structures.
Molecular spectroscopyBasic principles of magnetic resonance
Electronic spectra
Rotational and vibrational spectra of diatomic molecules.
Approximate methods of quantum mechanicsPerturbation theory up to second order in energy
Variational principle; and its applications.
ElectrochemistryIncludes topics such as Ionic equilibria
Conductometric and potentiometric titrations
DebyeHuckel theory
Elementary concepts of MO and VB theoriesHuckel theory 
Chemical bonding in diatomics.
Chemical KineticsComplex reactions
Determination of reaction mechanisms
Steady-state approximation
Empirical rate laws and temperature dependence
Enzyme kinetics
Inorganic Chemistry
Bioinorganic chemistryPorphyrins
Oxygen transport
Nitrogen fixation.
Metal complexes in medicine
Chemical periodicityPeriodic table
Organometallic compoundsBonding and structure
Bonding and structure
Reactivity, and synthesis.
Organometallics in homogeneous catalysis.
Inner transition elementsRedox chemistry
Spectral and magnetic properties
Analytical applications
Concepts of acids and basesNon-aqueous solvents
hard-soft acid-base concept.
Nuclear chemistryRadio-analytical techniques
Activation analysis
Nuclear reactions, fission, and fusion.
Organic Chemistry
Asymmetric synthesisResolution – optical and kinetic.
Determination of enantiomeric and diastereomeric excess
Chiral auxiliaries
Asymmetric induction methods– substrate, reagent, and catalyst-controlled reactions.
Common named reactions and rearrangementsApplications of organic synthesis.
Determination of organic compoundsIR & UV-Vis
Mass spectroscopic methods
Concepts in organic synthesisDisconnection
protecting groups
linear and convergent synthesis
Principles of stereochemistryConfigurational and conformational isomerism
Asymmetric induction
Geography of India
Pericyclic reactionsCycloaddition
Sigmatropic rearrangements, electrocyclization
Other related concerted reactions.
Organic chemistry’s principles and applications of photochemical reactions.
Interdisciplinary Topics
CSIR NET Chemical Science Interdisciplinary TopicsMedicinal chemistry
Catalysis and Green Chemistry
Environmental Chemistry
Supramolecular Chemistry
Chemistry in nanoscience and technology


NET-CSIR Chemistry Coaching in Chandigarh

IBTS is one of the Best CSIR NET Chemistry Coaching in Chandigarh. Moreover, we focus on building fundamental concepts of students from B.Sc, and MSc, and preparing them beyond the NET level for better exam performance. However, many students lack confidence due to weak foundational knowledge and struggle in large coaching classes. Therefore, we encourage studying in smaller groups under the guidance of a good mentor to improve understanding and confidence. In conclusion, we believe that studying in smaller groups under the guidance of a good mentor is crucial for improving performance.

Why IBTS for CSIR NET Chemistry Coaching in Chandigarh

IBTS Institute is one of the Best & Premier institutes offering world-class CSIR NET Chemistry Coaching in Chandigarh & Online Coaching for CSIR NET Chemistry to students who wish to appear for the CSIR NET Chemical Science exam. At IBTS, We help them achieve their goals with world-class training programs that have helped many candidates succeed as well as reap great rewards. Aspirants should choose IBTS CSIR NET Chemistry COACHING IN CHANDIGARH for the following reasons.

  • CSIR NET Chemistry is an exam conducted and administered across India.
  • Firstly, Chandigarh is the most popular and reputed location for CSIR NET Chemistry training.
  • A new batch starts every Month.
  • Both early morning and evening batches are available.
  • Special additional time for Doubt session classes.
  • CLASS DURATION: Daily 3 to 5 Hours Sessions.
  • STUDY MATERIAL: e.g. Full Booklets Set, Practice Sheets & Notes,
  • CLASS STRENGTH: 15 students per Batch
  • DOUBT SESSIONS: Daily (1:1)
  • MOCK TEST: e.g.Prev-paper, Weekly Class Tests, Full Mock Tests
  • Online Batch Access Free of Cost* (Complete Access)


  • Books & Study Material Sent by Courier.
  • Full Access to Online Live Classes.
  • Recorded Lectures (Life Time)
  • Offline Download (Save your Content)
  • Online Mock Test Series (All India Ranking System)
  • Online Class Tests. (Weekly Basis)
  • Online Study Material/ Class notes (digital)
  • E-magazine e.g.(Weekly/Monthly) Current Affairs (Digital)
  • Online Doubt Sessions
  • Group Chat (with your classmates as well as Teachers anytime)
  • Performance Chart (Check your Performance with IBTS App)



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