UGC NET exam 2023 to be held in December

UGC NET exam 2023 to be held in December

UGC NET syllabus will undergo changes this year...

 
UGC NET

The UGC NET exam is set to occur between December 6 and 14, 2023. Candidates can find the detailed subject-wise schedule for UGC NET December 2023 in PDF format on the official website. This document contains crucial information about individual exams, offering candidates clarity on their respective schedules. The upcoming exam, happening in Computer Based Test (CBT) mode, is for those aiming to be an 'Assistant Professor' or go for the 'Junior Research Fellowship and Assistant Professor.’ For more details you need to visit the official websites: https://ugcnet.nta.ac.in and www.nta.ac.in.

UGC NET exam is mandatory for candidates aspiring to go ahead in teaching positions in higher education. On Tuesday, 21 November, 2023, UGC Chairman Jagadesh Kumar announced plans to update the National Eligibility Test (NET) syllabus, indicating the formation of an expert panel for this revision.

"Candidates will be given sufficient time before this syllabus is introduced." - UGC Chairman.

If someone have questions about UGC-NET December 2023, they are free to reach out to NTA. Call the helpline at 011-40759000 or drop an email to ugcnet@nta.ac.in. Stay in the loop by checking the NTA websites for the latest updates.

UGC NET syllabus

Each UGC NET subject has its own syllabus, covering important topics like Research Methodology, Teaching Methods, and subject-specific knowledge. The UGC-NET takes place twice in a year, typically in June and December, covering a total of 83 subjects. 

UGC NET Paper 1 is a general paper that applies to all subjects, covering Research Methodology, teaching methods, and comprehension. Paper 2, on the other hand, is specific to your chosen subject.

In the UGC NET exam, the total score is 100 marks. In Paper I, you get 30 marks for both research methodology and teaching methodology, while comprehension is worth 40 marks. Paper II has a distinct setup, where subject knowledge contributes the full 100 marks.

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