UGC NET 2020

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UGC NET 2020 - Important Date, Eligibility Criteria, Exam Pattern, Syllabus,

UGC NET – University Grants Commission National Eligibility Test is conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA). This national level exam is conducted to hire the candidates for the post of  Assistant Professor and by giving this exam eligible and qualified candidates are also selected for Junior Research Fellowship. UGC NET is conducted twice in a year once in the month of June and another in the month of December. To know more about the UGC NET candidates also visit its official website i.e. ugcnet.nta.nic.in. From this page, candidates can view the UGC NET important dates, eligibility criteria, exam pattern, and syllabus.

UGC NET 2020 Important Date

Check the tentative UGC NET examination schedule below. The dates mentioned are not final it may be changed by NTA and if the Changement will be done by the officials then it will update in the given schedule as per the information.

UGC NET 2020 Events

Important Dates (Tentative)

June Session

December Session

Release date UGC NET 2020 Notification

February 2020

4th week of August 2020

Application Form Releasing date

16th March 2020

1st week of September 2020

Last date to submit UGC NET form

16th April 2020

4th week of September 2020

Admit Card Release Date

15th May 2020

3rd week of November 2020

UGC NET 2020 Exam date

15th to 20th June 2020

December 2020

Result Declaration Date

5th July 2020

January 2021

UGC NET Eligibility Criteria

Before taking any step candidates should check the eligibility criteria as if candidates will not meet the eligibility norms then he/she will be not allowed to appear for the examination. To know the eligibility criteria read the details provided below.

Age Limit

  • The general and SC/ST/OBC candidates applying for JRF must be 30 and 25 years old, respectively.
  • The candidates applying for the post of Assistant Professor for those no age boundation is there.

Age Relaxation

  • The candidates who are having experience in the research field will be given a maximum of 5 years of relaxation.
  • Age Relaxation for candidates who have dome LLM is 33 years.
  • The candidates who have served armed forces will be given relaxation on the basis of the service period. Maximum relaxation is of 5 years.

Qualification Criteria

The general candidates must have done masters in Humanities (including languages) and Social Science, Computer Science, and Applications, Electronic Science, etc (list of subjects given below) and should have scored a minimum of 55% aggregate marks and the SC/ST/OBC/PWD candidates should have scored 50% marks.

UGC NET Exam Pattern

It is very important for the candidates to have knowledge about the exam pattern as if you don’t know the exam pattern then for candidates, it will be quite difficult to manage the time on the day of the UGC NET examination. To know the UGC NET Exam Pattern read the below-mentioned details.

Duration of Exam: 3 hours

Examination Mode: Online (Computer-based test)

Total Questions: 150

Total Marks: 300

Question Type: Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs)

Marking Scheme: For each right answer 1 marks will be given

Paper Language: Bilingual (Hindi and English)

Exam Scheme:

Name of paper – Topics

No. of questions

Marks

Paper I – General questions on teaching and research aptitude

50

100

Paper II – Subject-specific

100

200

Question Distribution in Paper I

Name of topics

No. of Questions

Teaching Aptitude

5

Research Aptitude

5

Comprehension

5

Communication

5

Mathematical Reasoning & Aptitude

5

Logical Reasoning

5

Data Interpretation

5

Information and Communication Technology (ICT)

5

People, Development and Environment

5

Higher Education System

5

 

UGC NET Subject Code and Name

Subject Code

Subject Name

Subject Code

Subject Name

00

General Paper on Teaching and Research Aptitude (Paper -I)

55

Labour Welfare/Industrial Relations/Human Resource Management/Personnel Management/ Labour and Social Welfare

01

Economics  /Co-operation / Demography / Development Planning/ Development Studies /Rural Economics/ Applied

Economics/Econometrics/Development Eco./Business Economics

58

Law

02

Political Science

59

Library and Information Science

03

Philosophy

60

Jaina, Buddhist, Peace Studies and Gandhian

04

Psychology

62

Comparative Study of Religions

05

Sociology

63

Mass Communication and Journalism

06

History

65

Performing Art – Dance/Drama/Theatre

07

Anthropology

66

Museology & Conservation

08

Commerce

67

Archaeology

09

Education

68

Criminology

10

Social Work

70

Tribal and Regional Language/Literature

11

Defense and Strategic Studies

71

Folk Literature

12

Home Science

72

Comparative Literature

14

Public Administration

73

Vyakarna//Sidhanta Jyotish/ Navya Vyakarna/ Navya/ Nyaya/Sanskrit traditional subjects (including) Jyotisha/Tulanatmaka Darsan/ Sankhya Yoga/ Shukla Yajurveda/ Madhav Vedant/ Dharmasasta/ Sahitya/ Puranotihasa /Agama/ Mimansa.

15

Population Studies

74

Women Studies

16

Music

79

Visual Art (including Drawing & Painting/Sculpture Graphics/Applied Art/History of Art)

17

Management (including Business Admn. Mgt./Marketing/ Marketing Mgt./Industrial Relations and Personnel Mgt./ Personnel Mgt./Financial Mgt./Co-operative Management)

80

Geography

18

Maithili

81

Social Medicine & Community Health

19

Bengali

82

Forensic Science

20

Hindi

83

Pali

21

Kannada

84

Kashmiri

22

Malayalam

85

Konkani

23

Oriya

87

Computer Science and Applications

24

Punjabi

88

Electronic Science

25

Sanskrit

89

Environmental Sciences

26

Tamil

90

International Studies including Defence/Politics including International Relations/Strategic Studies, African Studies, South Asian Studies,South East Asian Studies, Soviet Studies, American Studies, West Asian Studies

27

Telugu

91

Prakrit

28

Urdu

91

Human Rights and Duties

29

Arabic

93

Tourism Administration and Management.

30

English

94

Bodo

31

Linguistics

95

Santali

32

Chinese

100

Yoga

33

Dogri

101

Sindhi

34

Nepali

42

Persian

35

Manipuri

43

Rajasthani

36

Assamese

44

German

37

Gujarati

45

Japanese

38

Marathi

46

Continuing Education/ Non Formal Education / Adult Education/ Andragogy/

39

French (French Version)

47

Physical Education

40

Spanish

49

Arab Culture and Islamic Studies

41

Russian

50

Indian Culture

UGC NET Syllabus

Among 85 subject candidates can appear for one in a session. In different subjects, different topics have been covered. Paper 1 will be common for all but the Paper 2 questions will depend on your chosen subject. To know the detailed UGC NET Syllabus of Paper 1 and 2 click on the link syllabus link provided below.

UGC NET  Paper 1 Syllabus

UGC NET  Paper 2 Syllabus

UGC NET – University Grants Commission National Eligibility Test is conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA). This national level exam is conducted to hire the candidates for the post of  Assistant Professor and by giving this exam eligible and qualified candidates are also selected for Junior Research Fellowship. UGC NET is conducted twice in a year once in the month of June and another in month of December. To know more about the UGC NET candidates also visit its official website i.e. ugcnet.nta.nic.in. From this page, candidates can view the UGC NET important dates, eligibility criteria, exam pattern, and syllabus.

UGC NET 2020 Important Date

Check the tentative UGC NET examination schedule below. The dates mentioned are not final it may be changed by NTA and if the Changement will be done by the officials then it will update in the given schedule as per the information.

UGC NET 2020 Events

Important Dates (Tentative)

June Session

December Session

Release date UGC NET 2020 Notification

February 2020

4th week of August 2020

Application Form Releasing date

16th March 2020

1st week of September 2020

Last date to submit UGC NET form

16th April 2020

4th week of September 2020

Admit Card Release Date

15th May 2020

3rd week of November 2020

UGC NET 2020 Exam date

15th to 20th June 2020

December 2020

Result Declaration Date

5th July 2020

January 2021

UGC NET Eligibility Criteria

Before taking any step candidates should check the eligibility criteria as if candidates will not meet the eligibility norms then he/she will be not allowed to appear for the examination. To know the eligibility criteria read the details provided below.

Age Limit

  • The general and SC/ST/OBC candidates applying for JRF must be 30 and 25 years old, respectively.
  • The candidates applying for the post of Assistant Professor for those no age boundation is there.

Age Relaxation

  • The candidates who are having experience in the research field will be given a maximum of 5 years of relaxation.
  • Age Relaxation for candidates who have dome LLM is 33 years.
  • The candidates who have served armed forces will be given relaxation on the basis of the service period. Maximum relaxation is of 5 years.

Qualification Criteria

The general candidates must have done masters in Humanities (including languages) and Social Science, Computer Science, and Applications, Electronic Science, etc (list of subjects given below) and should have scored a minimum of 55% aggregate marks and the SC/ST/OBC/PWD candidates should have scored 50% marks.

UGC NET Exam Pattern

It is very important for the candidates to have knowledge about the exam pattern as if you don’t know the exam pattern then for candidates, it will be quite difficult to manage the time on the day of the UGC NET examination. To know the UGC NET Exam Pattern read the below-mentioned details.

Duration of Exam: 3 hours

Examination Mode: Online (Computer-based test)

Total Questions: 150

Total Marks: 300

Question Type: Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs)

Marking Scheme: For each right answer 1 marks will be given

Paper Language: Bilingual (Hindi and English)

Exam Scheme:

Name of paper – Topics

No. of questions

Marks

Paper I – General questions on teaching and research aptitude

50

100

Paper II – Subject-specific

100

200

Question Distribution in Paper I

Name of topics

No. of Questions

Teaching Aptitude

5

Research Aptitude

5

Comprehension

5

Communication

5

Mathematical Reasoning & Aptitude

5

Logical Reasoning

5

Data Interpretation

5

Information and Communication Technology (ICT)

5

People, Development and Environment

5

Higher Education System

5

UGC NET Subject Code and Name

Subject Code

Subject Name

Subject Code

Subject Name

00

General Paper on Teaching and Research Aptitude (Paper -I)

55

Labour Welfare/Industrial Relations/Human Resource Management/Personnel Management/ Labour and Social Welfare

01

Economics  /Co-operation / Demography / Development Planning/ Development Studies /Rural Economics/ Applied

Economics/Econometrics/Development Eco./Business Economics

58

Law

02

Political Science

59

Library and Information Science

03

Philosophy

60

Jaina, Buddhist, Peace Studies and Gandhian

04

Psychology

62

Comparative Study of Religions

05

Sociology

63

Mass Communication and Journalism

06

History

65

Performing Art – Dance/Drama/Theatre

07

Anthropology

66

Museology & Conservation

08

Commerce

67

Archaeology

09

Education

68

Criminology

10

Social Work

70

Tribal and Regional Language/Literature

11

Defense and Strategic Studies

71

Folk Literature

12

Home Science

72

Comparative Literature

14

Public Administration

73

Vyakarna//Sidhanta Jyotish/ Navya Vyakarna/ Navya/ Nyaya/Sanskrit traditional subjects (including) Jyotisha/Tulanatmaka Darsan/ Sankhya Yoga/ Shukla Yajurveda/ Madhav Vedant/ Dharmasasta/ Sahitya/ Puranotihasa /Agama/ Mimansa.

15

Population Studies

74

Women Studies

16

Music

79

Visual Art (including Drawing & Painting/Sculpture Graphics/Applied Art/History of Art)

17

Management (including Business Admn. Mgt./Marketing/ Marketing Mgt./Industrial Relations and Personnel Mgt./ Personnel Mgt./Financial Mgt./Co-operative Management)

80

Geography

18

Maithili

81

Social Medicine & Community Health

19

Bengali

82

Forensic Science

20

Hindi

83

Pali

21

Kannada

84

Kashmiri

22

Malayalam

85

Konkani

23

Oriya

87

Computer Science and Applications

24

Punjabi

88

Electronic Science

25

Sanskrit

89

Environmental Sciences

26

Tamil

90

International Studies including Defence/Politics including International Relations/Strategic Studies, African Studies, South Asian Studies,South East Asian Studies, Soviet Studies, American Studies, West Asian Studies

27

Telugu

91

Prakrit

28

Urdu

91

Human Rights and Duties

29

Arabic

93

Tourism Administration and Management.

30

English

94

Bodo

31

Linguistics

95

Santali

32

Chinese

100

Yoga

33

Dogri

101

Sindhi

34

Nepali

42

Persian

35

Manipuri

43

Rajasthani

36

Assamese

44

German

37

Gujarati

45

Japanese

38

Marathi

46

Continuing Education/ Non Formal Education / Adult Education/ Andragogy/

39

French (French Version)

47

Physical Education

40

Spanish

49

Arab Culture and Islamic Studies

41

Russian

50

Indian Culture

 

UGC NET Syllabus

Among 85 subject candidates can appear for one in a session. In different subjects, different topics have been covered. Paper 1 will be common for all but the Paper 2 questions will depend on your chosen subject. To know the detailed UGC NET Syllabus of Paper 1 and 2 click on the link syllabus link provided below.

UGC NET  Paper 1 Syllabus

UGC NET  Paper 2 Syllabus



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