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Increase in the number of aspirants every year

Trend analysis 2004 – 2014

The trend analysis shows that the average rate of increase in the number of registrations 7.87% and the actual number of the candidates taking CSIR-UGC NET Life Sciences is around 6.21% annually. The increase has been found to be very significant especially in the years 2008 to 2011. This increase can be attributed to a sudden upsurge in the number of private colleges mushrooming the entire country offering various courses in life sciences. The pattern there after has stabilized to around 8%. But this trend certainly suggests two important facts, one is that every year the amount of hard work that needs to be put in by the aspirants is increasing every year. And the second is that compared to recent years it is comparatively easier to crack the exam.

Increase in the number of registrations for CSIR-UGC NET Life Sciences

Year June Dec
2004 28752 34283
2005 31774 9.51% 35198 2.60%
2006 30517 -4.12% 28674 -22.75%
2007 24047 -26.91% 34803 17.61%
2008 29016 17.13% 39190 11.19%
2009 36858 21.28% 52337 25.12%
2010 51985 29.10% 58444 10.45%
2011 86078 39.61% 78025 25.10%
2012 83852 -2.65% 90153 13.45%
2013 91204 8.06% 79876 -12.87%
2014 81930 -11.32%
Average   7.97%   7.77%

Increase in the number of aspirants appearing for CSIR-UGC NET Life Sciences

Year June Dec
2004 20515 25880
2005 22799 10.02% 26322 1.68%
2006 22165 -2.86% 22216 -18.48%
2007 17883 -23.94% 24842 10.57%
2008 20287 11.85% 27734 10.43%
2009 26054 22.13% 38957 28.81%
2010 34923 25.40% 40456 3.71%
2011 67562 48.31% 58203 30.49%
2012 61358 -10.11% 66238 12.13%
2013 58018 -5.76% 53229 -24.44%
2014 51912 -11.76%
Average   6.33%   6.10%

* Data Courtesy: Council of Scientific & Industrial Research, New Delhi

This trend analysis has been done in order to present some facts in front of the CSIR-UGC NET Life Sciences aspirants so that they can strategize their preparation for the most sought after examination in Life Sciences.

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