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Applications are invited from eligible candidates for the CSIR JRF NET Examination, June 2017. CSIR will hold the Joint CSIR-UGC Test Tentatively on Sunday 18th June, 2017 for determining the eligibility of the Indian National candidates for the award of Junior Research Fellowships (JRF) NET and for determining eligibility for appointment of Lecturers (NET) in certain subject areas falling under the faculty of Science & Technology. The award of Junior Research Fellowship (NET) to the successful eligible candidates will depend on their finding admission/placement in a university/ national laboratory/ institution of higher learning and research, as applicable.
Applications are invited from bonafied India citizens, residing in India for the award of DBT-Junior Research Fellowship” (DBT JRF) for pursuing research in frontier areas of Biotechnology. The programme is being coordinated by Biotech Consortium India Limited (BCIL), New Delhi. The candidates will be selected through an Online Test “Biotechnology Eligibility Test (BET)”. Based on performance in BET, two categories of merit list will be prepared (Category I and Category). Candidates selected under category I (top 275) will be eligible to avail fellowship under the programme. These will be tenable in any university / Institute in India where the selected candidates can register for Ph.D programme. Candidates selected under Category II (next 100 in merit list) will be eligible to be appointed in any DBT sponsored project and avail fellowship from the project equivalent to NET/GATE, subject to selection through institutional selection process. There will be no binding on Principal investigators of DBT sponsored projects to select JRF/SRF for their project form category II list. Selection in category II will not entitle student for any fellowship from DBT-JRF programme.
MICROBIOLOGY MCQ-03 (Biology / Life Sciences MCQ: Multiple Choice Questions in Microbiology)
MCQ on Basics of Microbiology Part – 1 (Sample/Model/Practice Questions for NEET, AIPMT, M.Sc. and Medical Entrance Examination)
(1). Virulence of a microorganism can be best described as:
a. The ability to penetrate into the host tissue b. The ability to colonize in the host c. The ability to produce a pathological symptom d. The ability to utilize the machinery of the host e. All of the above
(2). “The feeling of general discomfort” is called as:
a. Arthritis b. Symptom c. Malaise d. Pain
(3). The utilization of elemental carbon by microbes during bio-geochemical cycle is called:
a. Dissimilation b. Immobilization c. Mineralization d. Neutralization
(4). The first antibody to contact invading microorganism is:
a. IgG b. IgA c. IgM d. IgD
(5). Which of the following vector(s) was extensively used in human genome project?
a. Plasmid vector b. Yeast Artificial chromosome c. Cosmid vector d. (b) and (c)
MICROBIOLOGY MCQ-02 (Biology / Life Sciences MCQ: Multiple Choice Questions in Microbiology)
Quizzes on Microbiology: Practice Test Part 2 (Sample/Model/Practice Questions for CSIR JRF/NET Life Science Examination, ICMR JRF Exam, DBT BET JRF Exam, GATE BT and XL Exam, ICAR JRF NE Exam, PG Entrance Exam, JAM Exam, GS Biology Exam and Medical Entrance Exam)
1. Glucans, Mannans and Chitin are found to be present in the cell wall of ______
a. Plants b. Eubacteria c. Fungi d. Actinomycetes
2. _____ is a synthetic Antimicrobial drug against Mycobacterium tuberculosis.
a. Penicillin b. Tetracycline c. Erythromycin d. Isoniazid
3. Who isolated Streptococcus pneumonia for the first time?
a. Robert Koch b. Edward Jenner c. Antony von Leewenhock d. Louis Pasteur