UGC NET 2023 – Syllabus, Exam Date, Result

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UGC NET 2023

The University Grants Commission National Eligibility Test (UGC NET) is an all-India level test conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA) to determine the eligibility of Indian nationals for the posts of Assistant Professor and Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) in Indian universities and colleges.

The exam is held twice a year, in June and December, in 81 subjects. The exam pattern is as follows:

  • Paper 1: General Paper on Teaching and Research Aptitude (100 questions, 200 marks)
  • Paper 2: Subject-specific paper (100 questions, 200 marks)

The total duration of the exam is 3 hours.

To be eligible for the UGC NET exam, candidates must have a Master’s degree in a relevant subject from a recognized university. The minimum percentage required in Master’s degree varies depending on the category of the candidate. For General category candidates, the minimum percentage required is 55%, while for OBC (Non-Creamy Layer), SC, ST, and PwD candidates, the minimum percentage required is 50%.

The selection process for the UGC NET exam is as follows:

  • Candidates who score at least 40% in Paper 1 and 50% in Paper 2 are declared qualified for the Assistant Professor post.
  • Candidates who score at least 40% in Paper 1 and 45% in Paper 2 are declared qualified for the JRF post.

The qualified candidates are eligible to apply for the posts of Assistant Professor and JRF in Indian universities and colleges.

Here are some tips for preparing for the UGC NET exam:

  • Start your preparation early. Give yourself at least 6 months to prepare for the exam.
  • Make a study plan and stick to it.
  • Focus on understanding the concepts and not just memorizing them.
  • Practice solving previous year’s question papers.
  • Take mock tests to assess your preparation.
  • Revise regularly.

If you are serious about preparing for the UGC NET exam, you can also join a coaching institute. There are many coaching institutes that offer specialized coaching for the UGC NET exam.

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