November 29, 2019

MSNM Besant Institute of Post Graduate Studies organises Crash Course in UGC–NET/SLET

Media Release

Mangaluru: MSNM Besant Institute of Post Graduate Studies organised a crash course in national eligibility test and state level eligibility test (UGC– NET/SLET) for the faculty members of the various educational institutions and post graduation students of the region. This test determines the eligibility of Indians for Lecturer or Assistant/Associate Professorship & Junior Research Fellowship. The two-day programme was held at MSNM Besant campus at Bondel, Mangalore on November 21 and 22, 2019. The objective of the programme was to acquaint UGC-NET/SLET aspirants to clear the exams. 72 participants from 23 colleges attended the programme.

Dr. Sathish Kumar Shetty P., Principal, Besant Women’s College inaugurated the programme.  He stressed on the relevance of the UGC NET / SLET exams in selecting candidates for fellowship and lectureship. “Besides serving a noble profession, government faculty positions offer better work hours, an attractive salary package and other benefits,” he said. He urged the participants to undertake research after successful completion of the NET / SLET exams in order build a good career in teaching. “Stay calm and focused, prepare well and never lose confidence,” he advised the participants.

Prof. Ajaya, Faculty, Govt. First Grade College, Mudipu, Dr. Therese Pereira, Faculty, Govt. First Grade College, Car Street, Dr. Ravisha B. and Prof. Muddassir Khadar, Faculty Members of MSNM Besant Institute of PG Studies are the resource persons for the training programme.

Dr. Molly S. Chaudhuri, Director, MSNM Besant Institute presided over the function. Prof. Chandrika welcomed the gathering. Prof. Ashalatha gave a vote of thanks. Prof. Nanditha Sunil compered the programme. Prof. Suresh Shenoy was the programme coordinator.

MSNM Besant Institute of Post Graduate Studies organises Crash Course in UGC–NET/SLET


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