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UGC NET exAM:

UGC NET exAM 2016

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UGC NET Exam : National Eligibility Test which the aspirants commonly and proudly abbreviate as NET – is a national level exam meant for scrutinizing the expert of the knowledge required for holding the position of Lecturers/professors/ associates/ research fellows at Indian varsities & colleges. National Eligibility Test  (NET) is a national level exam conducted by University Grants Commission. By qualifying this test, post graduate students may apply for lecturer-ship in reputed universities and may also seek admissions for PhD. The candidates who wish to appear in Net Exam must have fulfilled eligibility criteria declared by Net Coordinating Institutes.

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UGC NET Syllabus : Know your UGC NET Syllabus : Knowing syllabus is the first step to begin your preparations. The candidate who are preparing for UGC-NET exam should have full knowledge of their syllabus and an idea about the topics to be covered in exam, students are benefitted with the full Syllabus of UGC NET .

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NET Exam Eligibility Criteria: Those candidate who are preparing for UGC-NET exam should have to fulfill some basic criteria of UGC. A final year student of Master’s Degree or passed out student whose result is still awaited is also eligible for UGC NET Exam. However, such students will only be considered for the admission for the Award of Junior Research Fellowship and Assistant Professor when they have passed their Master’s Degree with required percentage criteria. Required Percentage Criteria for UGC NET December 2016 1. For General Category Candidates – 55% aggregate in Master’s Degree or Equivalent Degree and 2. For ST/SC/OBC/ PWD Candidates - 50% aggregate in Master’s Degree. 3. The Ph.D. degree holders whose Master’s level examination had been completed by 19th September, 1991 (irrespective of date of declaration of result) shall be eligible for a relaxation of 5% in aggregate marks (i.e., from 55% to 50%) for appearing in NET. 4. Candidates having post-graduate diploma/certificate awarded by Indian University/ Institute or foreign degree/diploma/certificate awarded by the foreign University/institute should in their own interest, ascertain the equivalence of their diploma/degree/certificate with Master’s degree of recognized Indian universities from Association of Indian Universities (AIU), New Delhi. (www.aiuweb.org) Subject Boundaries The candidates can apply to the subjects in which he/she have completed their Master’s Degree and In Case the subject is not in the list they may apply for the related subject.

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UGC NET Paper Pattern : Pattern of UGC NET Exam 2015 is classified between following categories – 1. Paper-I This paper consist the General Aptitude section like– Reasoning Ability, Comprehension Reading, Mental Ability, and General Awareness etc. There will be 60 questions each of two marks, out of which 50 questions would be required to answer. In that case candidate attempts more than 50 questions then first 50 questions will be considered for marking. 2. Paper-I This paper will consist of 50 compulsory MCQ (Multiple choices with single correct answer) questions each of two marks. 3. Paper-III: This paper is the final step of Net exam. It will consist of 75 objective type compulsory questions from the subject selected by the candidate and each question will carry two marks. Time Duration of Paper-I and Paper-II is same 75 minutes each and for Paper-III, it is 150 The candidates will have to mark the response for the questions of Paper-I, Paper-II and Paper-III on the Optical Mark Reader (OMR) Sheet provided along with the Test Booklet. Remaining Information regarding OMR sheet will be provided on Admit Card .

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UGC NET Question Papers: If a candidate is preparing for UGC NET , it will be his/her dream and one & only goal to qualify the exam in first attempt. To accomplish the objective one needs to work not only hard, but also smart. Practicing previous years’ paper is one of the essential parts of smart work. Candidates should start practicing question papers 2-3 months earlier, so that it becomes easy for them to get the idea about the pattern of question paper that they have to face in the exam. Eduncle provides you previous years’ question paper with their solutions, which will make you understand the appropriate paper pattern and deliver right approach to prepare UGC NET Exam and help you to crack the exam.

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