CBSE UGC NET Jan 2017 Result: Final Answer Keys expected to be out anytime soon.
CBSE is all set to release the final answer key of UGC NET January 2017 Exam. As per the board, the answer keys would come out very soon on the website. Candidates can check the CBSE UGC NET 2017 Answer Keys by visiting the official website cbsenet.nic.in.
After visiting the official website candidates will have to click on the activated link UGC NET January 2017 Answer Key (The link will be activated soon). Upon clicking the activated link candidates can check the answer key and compare the answers. Candidates can contact the board in case they have objections against the answers. A large number of candidates appear for UGC NET every year.
How to check:
- Go to the official website, cbsenet.nic.in
- Click on the link, ‘Answer keys of UGC NET JAN 2017’
- The answer keys will be displayed on the screen
- Download and take a printout for future use.
CBSE UGC NET Answer Key for Paper 1 Set Wise is given below.
- CBSE UGC NET Answer Key for Paper 1 of Set W. – Published!
- CBSE UGC NET Answer Key for Paper 1 of Set X. – Published!
- CBSE UGC NET Answer Key for Paper 1 of Set Y. – Published!
- CBSE UGC NET Answer Key for Paper 1 of Set Z. – Published!
CBSE UGC NET Answer Key for Paper 2 and Paper 3 Subject Wise is given below.
|Subject||Paper 2||Paper 3|
|Adult Education/ Continuing Education/ Andragogy / Non Formal Education||Click Here||Click Here|
|Anthropology||Click Here||Click Here|
|Arab Culture and Islamic Studies||Click Here||Click Here|
|Arabie||Click Here||Click Here|
|Archaeology||Click Here||Click Here|
|Assamese||Click Here||Click Here|
|Bengali||Click Here||Click Here|
|Bodo||Click Here||Click Here|
|Buddhist, Jaina, Gandhian and Peace Studies||Click Here||Click Here|
|Chinese||Click Here||Click Here|
|Commerce||Click Here – Published!||Click Here – Published!|
|Comparative Literature||Click Here||Click Here|
|Comparative Study of Religions||Click Here||Click Here|
|Computer Science and Applications||Click Here – Published!||Click Here – Published!|
|Criminology||Click Here||Click Here|
|Dance||Click Here||Click Here|
|Defence and Strategic Studies||Click Here||Click Here|
|Dogri||Click Here||Click Here|
|Drama||Click Here||Click Here|
|Economics||Click Here||Click Here|
|Education||Click Here||Click Here|
|Electronic Science||Click Here – Published!||Click Here – Published!|
|English||Click Here – Published!||Click Here – Published!|
|Environmental Sciences||Click Here||Click Here|
|Folk Literature||Click Here||Click Here|
|Forensic Science||Click Here||Click Here|
|French||Click Here||Click Here|
|Geography||Click Here – Published!||Click Here – Published!|
|German||Click Here||Click Here|
|Gujarati||Click Here||Click Here|
|Hindi||Click Here – Published!||Click Here – Published!|
|Hindustani Music (Vocal/Instrumental)||Click Here||Click Here|
|History||Click Here||Click Here|
|Home Science||Click Here||Click Here|
|Human Rights and Duties||Click Here||Click Here|
|Indian Culture||Click Here||Click Here|
|International and Area Studies||Click Here||Click Here|
|Japanese||Click Here||Click Here|
|Kannada||Click Here||Click Here|
|Karnatik Music (Vocal Instrument, Percussion)||Click Here||Click Here|
|Kashmiri||Click Here||Click Here|
|Konkani||Click Here||Click Here|
|Labour Welfare / Personnel Management / Industrial Relations / Labour and Social Welfare / Human Resource Management||Click Here||Click Here|
|Law||Click Here||Click Here|
|Library and Information Science||Click Here – Published!||Click Here – Published!|
|Linguistics||Click Here||Click Here|
|Maithili||Click Here||Click Here|
|Malayalam||Click Here||Click Here|
|Management||Click Here – Published!||Click Here – Published!|
|Manipuri||Click Here||Click Here|
|Marathi||Click Here||Click Here|
|Mass Communication and Journalism||Click Here||Click Here|
|Museology & Conservation||Click Here||Click Here|
|Nepali||Click Here||Click Here|
|Odia||Click Here||Click Here|
|Pali||Click Here||Click Here|
|Percussion Instruments||Click Here||Click Here|
|Persian||Click Here||Click Here|
|Philosophy||Click Here||Click Here|
|Physical Education||Click Here||Click Here|
|Political Science||Click Here||Click Here|
|Population Studies||Click Here||Click Here|
|Prakrit||Click Here||Click Here|
|Psychology||Click Here||Click Here – Published!|
|Public Administration||Click Here||Click Here|
|Punjabi||Click Here||Click Here|
|Rabindra Sangeet||Click Here||Click Here|
|Rajasthani||Click Here||Click Here|
|Russian||Click Here||Click Here|
|Sanskrit||Click Here||Click Here|
|Santali||Click Here||Click Here|
|Social Medicine & Community Health||Click Here||Click Here|
|Social Work||Click Here||Click Here|
|Sociology||Click Here – Published!||Click Here – Published!|
|Spanish||Click Here||Click Here|
|Tamil||Click Here||Click Here|
|Telugu||Click Here||Click Here|
|Theatre||Click Here||Click Here|
|Tourism Administration and Management||Click Here||Click Here|
|Tribal and Regional Language/Literature||Click Here||Click Here|
|Urdu||Click Here||Click Here – Published!|
|Visual Art (including Drawing & Painting/Sculpture/Graphics/Applies Art/History of Art)||Click Here||Click Here|
|Women Studies||Click Here||Click Here|
The UGC NET January 2017 was conducted on January 22, 2017. CBSE UGC NET Paper I assesses candidates on the basis of their teaching/research aptitude. Paper-II contains questions based on the subject selected by the candidates.
The candidates who qualify for the award of Junior Research Fellowship will become eligible to pursue research. The successful candidates can purse research in the subject of their post-graduation or in a related subject. The qualifying candidates will also be eligible for Assistant Professor.
The examination is conducted for determining the eligibility for a number of posts, Assistant Professor, Junior Research Fellowship across the country. The exam is conducted in streams such as arts, humanities, social sciences, commerce.
- Paper 1: The exam was held for a duration of one and a half hours. It had 60 questions, out of which 50 questions should be attempted. It carried a total of 100 marks
- Paper 2: The exam was conducted for a duration of one and a half hours and had 50 questions (all are compulsory). It carried a total of 100 marks
- Paper 3: It was held for a duration of two and a half hours and included 75 questions (all are compulsory). It carried a total of 150 marks.
Those who qualify for the award of Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) are eligible to pursue research in the subject of their post-graduation or in a related subject and are also eligible for Assistant Professor post.