Questions and Answers for Students of UGC Net Examination
UGC NET July 2018 Q & A: CBSE UGC NET July 2018 CBSE has proposed to host UGC-NET exams in July 2018. This time some changes have been made in the examination, which many questions are coming in the minds of the students.
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Question: I am a student of MA final and want to become a college lecturer. Please give information about this. College Lecturer
Answer: To become a college lecturer, it is necessary to pass the NET examination conducted by UGC. Or it is mandatory to pass the examination of the set which is to be held from time to time by the concerned State Public Service Commission. To sit in both of these examinations, it is necessary to get 55 percent marks in the postgraduate level. OBC, SC, ST has been granted a discount of 05 percent. Students of MA Final Year can also join. After passing the NET or SET exam, you are eligible for a college lecturer and from time to time, you can apply for positions of lecturers invited by the State Government and Universities. READ MORE: The syllabus of the CBSE UGC NET will be revised for the first time in 10 years, check here
Question: What is the upper age limit for NET JRF? I am 32 years old. Can I take the test of the net?
Answer: No upper age limit has been set for the net. If you are a postgraduate with 55 percent marks in the subject (5 percent discount for the category) and can join the net exam anytime. But the upper age limit for the junior research fellowship is 30 years and the OBC, SC, ST, Divyanjan, Transgender and women have been given 5 years’ relaxation. Under the Jr. Research Fellowship, UGC also offers fellowship for 5 years for doing research work. After 3 years of junior research fellowship, students are given Senior Research Fellowship for 3 years.
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Question: What kind of changes have been made in this year’s NET exam? Please report this information. CBSE NET JRF July 2018
Answer: This time the UGC made some changes in the NET Exam Now, instead of 3, 2 papers will be held in the examination. The first question paper, education and research will be of merit in which 50 questions of 100 marks will come up. It will be of one hour time. In the second question paper, questions related to the subject will be asked. There will be 200 questions of 200 points. It will be of two hours. The first question paper has been kept in the same position as before, and now there will be only one paper in place of 2 papers related to the subject. In this 100 questions will be asked. For every subject, only 6 percent of the students receiving merit marks will be sent out of the students who appear in the examination. No answer will be deducted on the wrong answer to any question.
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