NTA Changes Pattern/Syllabus of UGC NET JUNE June 2019 Exam
UGC NET JUNE 2019 Changes: The National Testing Agency (NTA) has replaced both UGC NET 2019 Exam pattern and Syllabus. Although this is a minor change, June Exam’s new syllabus is available on the National Tasting Agency website. This will be a computer-based three-hour exam. The process of application for this will start on March 1, which will run until March 30, 2019. Net examinations will be conducted on 20, 21, 24, 25, 26, 27 and 28 June 2019. NET Exam 2019 Results will be announced on 9th July 2019.
The UGC NET June 2019 will be based on the new syllabus. Therefore, applicants should look at the new syllabus related to their courses on the UGC website. Apart from this, change has also been made in the Exam pattern. Earlier, after the first paper in the UGC Net Examination, the candidates got some time break. But no such break will now be available in the UGC NET 2019 Jun Examination and the exam will end in a 3-hour single session.
In the Net Examination held in December 2018, one hour was given for the first paper. After this half an hour break was given and another paper was given for 2 hours. Now both paper will be taken in the same session. Exams will be computer-based.
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Changes in Pattern of UGC NET Exam, Now 3 Will be Replaced by 2 Papers
Part of the change in the higher education system, 50 in the first paper, 100 questions in the second
Bhilai In order to become assistant professors in colleges and universities across the country, the curriculum for the compulsory qualification examination UGC-Net (National Eligibility Test) and JRF (Junior Research Fellowship) has been changed.
The examinations scheduled in June 2019 will be according to the new syllabus. The University Grants Commission (UGC) has issued notification in this regard this week. The UGC has updated the UGC-Net Syllabus after nearly two decades.
NET and JRF exams are conducted in 101 subjects at the post graduation level in June and December each year by the UGC. Now three papers of UGC-Net have been reduced to 2 by the National Testing Agency (NTA).
The 10-10 units included
in the syllabus have been added to the syllabus related to changes made in the higher education system across the country. For the UGC-Net, 10-10 units have been included in the syllabus of both the paper. In the first paper 50 questions and 100 questions will be asked in the second paper. Examinations in June this year will be on the new pattern. There may be some difficulties for students preparing from the old syllabus.