UGC NET

UGC NET – Syllabus, Exam Pattern, Study UGC NET – Syllabus, Exam Pattern, Study Material, Preparation Tips, Admit Card, and Result

Introduction to UGC NET 

The National Eligibility Test (NET), popularly known as UGC NET or NTA-UGC-NET, defines the examination for deciding the eligibility for Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) awards or the post of assistant professor in Indian Universities. The University Grants Commission authorizes the National Testing Agency to conduct this examination every year. The responsibility of conducting the NET examination was passed to the National Testing Agency's shoulder in December 2018, which was earlier conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), till July 2018. According to the current examination mechanism of NET, the tests are conducted twice a year, under NTA's supervision in June and December through online modes.

This examination is intensely popular among Indian Youth. And each year, more than one lakh students register for it, with a dream to become a Researcher or a professor in top-notch colleges.

If you are one of those students with eyes full of dreams of passing the UGC NET examination, you are at the right place. As here, we provide you all the information about the UGC NET.

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Table of Content

  1. Highlights of UGC NET 
  2. UGC NET Exam Pattern
  3. UGC NET Syllabus
  4. UGC NET Books and Study Material
  5. UGC NET Application Correction
  6. UGC NET Age Criteria
  7. UGC NET Important Dates
  8. UGC NET Cut-off
  9. UGC NET Admit Card
  10. UGC NET Mock Test
  11. UGC NET Study Plan
  12. Career Prospects After Qualifying UGC NET
  13. UGC NET Notifications and Application
  14. UGC NET Selection Process
  15. UGC NET Trends
  16. UGC Exam Day Guidelines
  17. UGC NET Exam Analysis 
  18. UGC NET Preparation Tips
  19. UGC NET Results and Statistics
  20. Frequently Asked Questions(FAQs)

UGC NET syllabus 2021 for all subjects in PDF format is available. Download the UGC NET latest syllabus which is applicable from the year 2021.

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