UGC NET Syllabus June 2019: Paper 1 & Paper 2 (Download Now)

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NTA UGC NET June 2019

The UGC NET Syllabus and the new exam pattern for the year 2019 have been released online. The revised syllabus has been provided on the website for the ease of the students. The National Eligibility Test IGC Net December exam the Junior Research Fellowship and Assistant Professor UGC NET.

NTA UGC NET Admit Card 2019

LATEST UPDATE: The UGC NET to be conducted in June 2019 and the Admit Cards for the same will be available for Download from 27th May 2019. Keep glued to the official website for latest updates

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University Grants Commission (UGC) has now updated the syllabus for all the NET subjects which are asked in the exam. The new syllabus will be applicable for the upcoming exams of  UGC-NET.

Access the Official Public Notice regarding NTA UGC NET Exam Updates

From now onwards There will be No Negative Marking in the UGC NET Exam. The negative marking has been totally scraped off. The exam will now be conducted via online mode. Also, it has been decided that the UGC NET Exam will be conducted twice in a Year now. The Aspirants can prepare via Mock tests for UGC NET Exam.

The responsibility of conduction of UGC-NET has been entrusted with NTA by the University Grants Commission (UGC). UGC-NET determines eligibility criteria and worth of the candidate for ‘Assistant Professor’ and ‘ Junior Research Fellowship’ for these posts in Indian universities and colleges. UGC-NET will be conducted under NTA in June 2019 under all the mentioned subjects. The exams will be conducted at various centres all across the country.

The aspirants for the National Eligibility Test (NET) 2019 for Assistant Professor and Junior Research Fellowship would get information for all the different criteria set by the Board. You can get all the information and syllabus details on the official website.

UGC NET Exam Pattern 2019:

Some changes have been made in the UGC NET Exam Pattern 2019. We are sure that there will be two different papers in the examination UGC NET 2019. The exam will now be conducted online.

Examination Mode: Only Computer Based Test (CBT) will be conducted for the UGC NET Exam.

Exam Pattern: The examination consists of two different sections. the two sections will only consist of objective type questions. The sections are to be attempted at a break of 30 minutes between them.

Section-I consists of a total of 50 objective type questions. All the questions in the section are compulsory and carry 2 marks. The questions are designed to test the comprehension, reasoning ability, divergent thinking, general awareness and thinking the ability of the candidates. The questions reflect the access criteria of the Board towards the aspirant’s skills.

Section-II consists of 100 objective type questions. All these questions are compulsory and carry 2 marks each. Section II has questions related to the subject selected by the aspirants. Paper – III  includes all electives, without options.

(a) For all the corrected responses the aspirants will be awarded 2 marks. No marks are deducted for incorrect responses. No marks will be awarded for unanswered or marked for review questions.
(b) In case if a question turns up incorrect, the benefit of marks will be awarded only to those who attempted the particular question.

All the General category Candidates need to Obtain at least 40% marks in both the Papers and the OBC (Non-creamy layer)/PwD/SC/ST category Candidates are Required to obtain 35% marks in both the Papers.

UGC NET Exam Normalization Process: as two different exams will be regulated, the queries about variation in difficulty levels of question papers are sure to rise up. Keeping this issue in mind,  the Board has planned to normalize the scores of the candidates by using a formula published by NTA.

UGC NET Exam Syllabus:-

UGC NET Paper 1 Syllabus

Each Section is given the same weight: You should try to attempt both the sections equally well. There will be Five Questions and 10 marks in each section. For every pictorial Question set for the sighted spirants, a Passage Followed by Equal Number of Questions is set for the Visually impaired aspirants. The Paper I includes the following parts.

  1. Teaching Aptitude: This part includes the test of the ability of the aspirant in Teaching – Nature, Methods of teaching, Teaching aids, Evaluation systems, objectives, characteristics and basic requirements, Learner’s characteristics, Factors affecting teaching.
  2. Research Aptitude: It includes Research- it’s Meaning, characteristics and types, Steps of research, Methods of research, Research Ethics, Thesis writing-its characteristics and format, Paper, article, workshop, seminar, conference, and symposium.

III. Reading Comprehension: Reading passage will be set with questions related which are to be answered.

  1. Communication: It includes the test of the Communication ability – Nature, characteristics, types, communication barriers, and effective classroom communication.
  2. Reasoning: Basic reasoning including the mathematical reasoning will be asked including- Number series, letter series, codes, Relationships., classification.
  3. Logical Reasoning: It includes the ability to Understand the structure of arguments, in Evaluation and distinguishing deductive and inductive reasoning. Also, Verbal analogies – Word analogy, Applied analogy, Verbal classification will be given emphasis. Reasoning Logical Diagrams – Vein diagram, Simple diagrammatic relationship, multi- diagrammatic relationship, Analytical Reasoning are an important part of the exam.

VII. Data Interpretation: This part of the syllabus is designed to assess the aspirants on the basis of their acquisition and interpretation of data, Quantitative and qualitative data, Graphical representation and mapping of data. These skills are important for the post.

VIII. Information and Communication Technology (ICT): The candidate must be crystal clear about ICT meaning, advantages, disadvantages and uses, Basics of internet and e-mailing.

  1. People and Environment: People and environment interaction is a very important aspect today. The candidate must have sound knowledge of Sources of pollution, Pollutants and their impact on human life, exploitation of natural and energy resources, Natural hazards, saving nature.
  2. Higher Education: The candidate must know the Structure of the institutions for higher learning and research in India; including those of formal and distance education. The candidate must be knowing the governance, polity, and administration;

UGC NET Paper 2 Syllabus

The Paper II will include subjects like- Political Science, Economics, Psychology, Philosophy, History, Sociology, Commerce, Anthropology, Social work, Defence and Strategic Studies, Education, Home Science, Population Studies, Public Administration, Management, Music, Malyalam, Odia, Punjabi, Sanskriti, Tamil, Maithili, Bengali, Hindi, Kannada, Telugu, Nepali, Manipuri, Assamese, Gujrati, Marathi, French, Spanish, Russian, Persian, Rajasthani, Urdu, Arabic, English, Linguistics, Chinese, Dogri, Pali, Kashmiri, Konkani, German, Japanese, Bodo, Santali, Library and Information Science, Buddhist, Jaina, Gandhian and Peace Studies, Comparative Study of Religions, Karnatik Music (Vocal Instrument, Percussion, Rabindra Sangeet, Percussion Instruments, Drama/ Theatre, Yoga, Adult Education/Continuing Education/Andragogy/Non Formal Education, Dance, Museology & Conservation, Archaeology, Criminology, Tribal and Regional Language/Literature, Folk Literature, Comparative Literature, Drawing & Painting/Sculpture/Graphics/Applies Art/History of Art), Environmental Sciences, International and Area Studies, Prakrit, Human Rights and Duties, Tourism Administration and Management, Sanskrit Traditional Subjects (including Jyotisha/Sidhanta Jyotisha/Navya Vyakarna/Vyakarna/Mimamsa/Navya Nyaya/Sankhya Yoga/Tulanatmaka Darsana / Shukla Yajurveda/ Madhva Vedanta/ Dharma Sastra/ Sahitya/ Purana-itihasa/Agama/Advaita Vedanta), Physical Education, Arab Culture and Islamic Studies, Indian Culture, Labour Welfare/Personnel Management/Industrial Relations/Labour and Social Welfare/Human Resource Management, Law, Mass Communication and Journalism, Women Studies, Visual Art, Geography, Social Medicine & Community Health, Forensic Science, Computer Science and Applications, Electronic Sciences.

NOTE: The questions asked in Paper – II  will be compulsory. The questions will cover the entire syllabus (including all electives). You can download the syllabus From the official website

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