CSIR NET Mathematics Exam Analysis 2023: Difficulty Level, Questions Asked, Expected Cut Off
By BYJU'S Exam Prep
Updated on: September 13th, 2023
CSIR NET Mathematics Exam Analysis 2023: The CSIR NET Mathematics 2023 exam was conducted on 7th June 2023 in shift 2. The CSIR NET Mathematics paper has 3 sections. Section A tests General Aptitude, whereas Sections B and C contains subjectbased questions. Here we have provided the detailed CSIR NET Mathematical Science Paper Review.
The article below contains the Section Wise CSIR NET Mathematics Exam Analysis for the candidates appearing in today’s exam. The candidates must check here for the total number of questions asked, number of good attempts, and Expected cutoff, and also analyze the difficulty level of the CSIR NET Mathematics Exam.
Table of content
 1. Important Highlights of the CSIR NET Mathematics Exam June 2023
 2. CSIR NET Mathematics Analysis: Paper Pattern
 3. CSIR NET Mathematics Exam Analysis: Overall Difficulty Level
 4. CSIR NET Mathematics Exam Analysis: Topic Wise Weightage
 5. CSIR NET Mathematics Analysis: Good Attempts
 6. CSIR NET Mathematics Paper Review
 7. CSIR NET Mathematics Expected Cut Off
 8. Questions Asked in Today’s CSIR NET Mathematics Exam
 9. CSIR NET Exam Analysis (All Papers)
Important Highlights of the CSIR NET Mathematics Exam June 2023
The candidates can check the important pointers below to understand the important highlights of the CSIR NET Mathematics Exam analysis.
 Name of the Exam: CSIR NET Mathematical Sciences
 Date of the Exam: 7th June 2023
 The shift of the Exam: Conducted in the 2nd Shift
 Timing of the Exam: 3:00 PM – 6:00 PM
 Exam Conducting Authority: National Testing Agency
 Medium of the Exam: Hindi and English
 Changes in the sequence of questions, Previously in sections b and c starting questions used to be of MS followed by the stats part, but this year no such sequence was seen
CSIR NET Mathematics Analysis: Paper Pattern
The table below contains all the important details on the marking scheme of the CSIR NET Mathematics Exam 2023. The candidates can check below to understand the exam pattern for all CSIR NET Mathematical Sciences sections.
CSIR NET Exam Pattern for Mathematics  
Sections  Total Questions  Questions to attempt  Marks Allotted  Negative marking 
Part A  20  15  2  0.5 
Part B  40  25  3  0.75 
Part C  60  20  4.75  0 
Total  120  60  200  – 
CSIR NET Mathematics Exam Analysis: Overall Difficulty Level
The candidates can check the table given below to analyze the difficulty level for each section of the CSIR NET Mathematics Exam 2023:
Topic  Analysis 
Overall Difficulty Level  Moderate 
Difficulty Level of Section A  Easy 
Difficulty Level of Section B  Moderate 
Difficulty Level of Section C  Moderate 
CSIR NET Mathematics Exam Analysis: Topic Wise Weightage
The candidates must be aware of the topics with their weightage and the number of questions asked in the examination. The table below contains topicwise weightage in the CSIR NET Mathematical Analysis 2023.
CSIR NET Mathematics Exam Topic Wise Weightage for Part A
Part A for the CSIR NET Mathematics exam contains the topics of Geometry, Logical Reasoning, Graph & Function. Here is the total number of questions asked on these topics.
Topics 
No. of Questions 
Logical Venn diagram 
1 
Compound Interest 
1 
Data Interpretation 
2 
Mensuration 
1 
Graph 
1 
Ratio & Proportion 
2 
Permutation handshake 
2 
Logical Puzzle  1 
Mean, Medium and mode  1 
Probability  
Speed & Distance  1 
Standard Deviation  1 
N.S  1 
CSIR NET Mathematics Exam Topic Wise Weightage for Part B and C
Part B & C for the CSIR NET Mathematics exam analysis contains the topics of Linear Algebra question, PDE Cauchy Problem, Multivariate Analysis, Bayesian inference, and Reliability Theory. Here is the total number of questions asked on these topics.
Topic  No. of Questions 
Linear Algebra question  23 
Identity theorem and Residue  12 
PDE Cauchy Problem 
23 
Galois field, simple group application on sulows theorem  23 
Multivariate Analysis 
34 
Mathematical Statistics 
34 
Bayesian inference 
1 
Random variable 
4 
Markov Chain 
2 
Reliability Theory 
1 
Group of Order 23 Normal Subgroups 
23 
Roots 
2 
CSIR NET Mathematics Analysis: Good Attempts
Based on the reviews and CSIR NET Mathematical Science analysis, we have provided the data for the number of good attempts for all the CSIR NET Mathematical Sciences sections. These analysis numbers are based on the level of questions and the previous year’s trends.
Good Attempts in CSIR NET Mathematics Exam 2023: Part A
The candidates can check the table below to analyze the number of good attempts in the CSIR NET Mathematics 2023 Part A.
Topics 
No. of Questions 
Logical Venn diagram 
1 
Compound Interest 
1 
Data Interpretation 
2 
Mensuration 
1 
Graph 
1 
Ratio & Proportion 
2 
Permutation hand shake 
2 
Logical Puzzle  1 
Mean, Medium and mode  1 
Probability  
Speed & Distance  1 
Standard Deviation  1 
N.S  1 
Good Attempts in CSIR NET Mathematics Exam 2023: Part B and C
The candidates can check the table below to analyze the number of good attempts in the CSIR NET Mathematics 2023 Part B & C.
Topic  No. of Questions 
Linear Algebra question  2 
Identity theorem and Residue  1 
PDE Cauchy Problem 
2 
Galois field, simple group application on sulows theorem  2 
Multivariate Analysis 
3 
Mathematical Statistics 
3 
Bayesian inference 
1 
Random variable 
3 
Markov Chain 
1 
Reliability Theory 
1 

2 

2 
CSIR NET Mathematics Paper Review
The CSIR NET Mathematical Science Exam contains 3 sections in total. Section A contains all the questions based on General Aptitude, whereas Section B & C contains all the subjectbased questions. Here is the Exam Review for all the sections of the CSIR NET Mathematical Science Exam June 2023.
CSIR NET Mathematics Exam Review 2023: Part A

The overall difficulty level for Part A in today’s Mathematical Science exam (7th June, Shift 2) was Easy Moderate as per the CSIR NET Mathematical Science analysis and feedback from students. The questions were asked about the following topics, Mean, Medium and mode, Geometry, Ratio & Proportion, Probability, Speed and Distance, Standard Deviation, Compound Interest.
CSIR NET Mathematics Exam Review 2023: Part B

The overall difficulty level for Part B in today’s Mathematical Science exam (7th June, Shift 2) was Moderate, as per the feedback from students and CSIR NET Mathematical Science analysis. The questions were asked on the following topics, Linear Algebra question, Identity theorem and Residue, PDE Cauchy Problem, Multivariate Analysis, and Reliability Theory.
CSIR NET Mathematics Exam Review 2023: Part C

The overall difficulty level for Part C in today’s Chemical Science exam (7th June, Shift 2) was Moderate, as per the feedback from students. Questions were from Multivariate Analysis, Group of Order 23, Normal Subgroups, Bayesian inference, Markov Chain, etc.
CSIR NET Mathematics Expected Cut Off
The candidates must be aware of the expected CSIR NET Cut Off marks for the CSIR NET Mathematical Science Exam to analyze their chances of selection. The table below contains the expected cutoff marks for the different categories in the CSIR NET Mathematical Science Exam 2023.
Expected Cut off Marks for JRF
Category  Expected Cut off Marks (%) 
General  49.250 
SC  34.375 
ST  27.000 
OBC  42.750 
EWS  44.875 
Expected Cut off Marks for Assistant Professor
Category  Expected Cut off Marks (%) 
General  44.325 
SC  30.293 
ST  25.000 
OBC  38.475 
EWS  40.388 
Questions Asked in Today’s CSIR NET Mathematics Exam
The table below summarizes today’s questions in the CSIR NET Mathematics Exam. The candidates can check the CSIR NET Mathematics Memory Based Questions for both parts:
 Matrix 3X3 is a real entity then which of the following is not true
A. Must have real E.V
B. If one of the EV is 0, the determinant is 0
c. If elements of matrix are neg. and 3 is EV the, then all EV must be positive
d. If elements of matrix are positive . and 3 is EV the, then all EV must be positive  which of the following Maximal ideal of Z(x) generated by are
a. <2,x²+1>
b. <3,x²+1>
c. <2,x²+x+1>
d. <3,x²+x+1>
3. Let s be a infinite set
a) bijection rational.
B) bijection S×S
c)bijection real
d) bijection with power set
4. A candidate has 30% chance of saying the truth. B candidate has 40% chance of saying the truth. What is the probability that both A and B candidates contradict.
5. A is matrix of 3×3 order and P(T) is ch poly of A which is divisible by T² then
a. All the eigen values are real .
b. A is diagonalisable
c. A³=0
d. ?
6. A candidate has 30% chance of saying the truth. B candidate has 40% chance of saying the truth. What is the probability that both A and B candidates contradict.
CSIR NET Exam Analysis (All Papers)
Candidates can find the link for all the analysis articles of the CSIR NET Exam 2023 in the table given below