UGC NET 2020 Application Form (Extended), New Exam date, Previous Years Questions & Syllabus

What is UGC NET?

       UCG NET is a national level exam, also known as NTA-UGC-NET. This Exam conducted by National Testing Agency (NTA) to determining the eligibility for the post of Assistant Professor and Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) in Central/State Universities and Colleges. This Exam first started in the year of 1989-1990 conducted by UGC themselves till 2014. Then Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) conducted this Exam till June 2018. However, now this Exam is conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA) from December 2018 to till now.
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Developing & Conducting History of UGC NET


Exam Name

Conducting Agency

Period

Purpose for Exam

UGC-NET
UGC
1989/1990-2014
Eligibility for Assistant Professor & JRF
CBSE UGC NET
CBSE
2014-June 2018
Eligibility for Assistant Professor & JRF
NTA-UGC-NET
NTA
Dec 2018- Till Now
Eligibility for Assistant Professor & JRF

What is CBSE?

            The full form of CBSE is Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is a national level board of education in India for public and private schools. CBSE is totally controlled and managed by the Union Government of India. At First Uttar Pradesh Board of high School and Intermediate Education established in 1921 which was under jurisdiction of Rajputana, Central India and Gwalior. In 1929 Indian Govt. set up a joint Board name as "Board of High School and Intermediate Education, Rajputana" and later it became the "Central Board of Secondary Education" in 1952. This CBSC agency conducted the UGC NET Exam  till June 2014. And then CBSE dedicated this Exam to NTA.
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CBSE

 What is NTA?

       The full form of NTA is National Testing Agency (NTA) is an Indian Govt. agency that has been approved by the Union Council of Ministers and established in November 2017 to conduct entrance examinations for higher educational institutions. Vineet Joshi is appointed as the first Director-General of the agency by Indian Govt. This NTA agency is also conducting …
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NTA NET

·       JointEntrance Examination – Main (JEE Main), 

·       NationalEligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET)

·       NationalEligibility Test (NET)

·       CommonManagement Admission Test (CMAT)

·       GraduatePharmacy Aptitude Test (GPAT)

What is UGC?


            The full form of UGC is University of Grand Commission (UGC) is a statutory body set up by the Government of India in accordance to the UGC Act 1956 under Ministry of Human Resource Development. Its headquarters is situated in Delhi and it has six regional centers situated in Pune, Bhopal, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Guwahati and Bangalore. It provides recognition to universities and colleges in India and disbursements of funds to such universities and colleges to develop their infresture. First this UGC themselves conducted UGC NET Exam from 1989/1990 to 2014. And then UGC dedicated this Exam to CBSE.
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UGC NET 2020:


UGC NET Information

Importance Dates

Details

Notification Released
16.02.2020
NTA released UGC NET notification on 16th March 2020
Application Starting & Closing
16th March to 16th May



UGC NET application Form was released on 16th March & closed 16th May
Exam Date
15th June 2020 to 20th  June 2020
UGC NET 2020 exam will be held from July 15-20. But this date may be changed.
Admit Card
1st Week  of June

UGC NET 2020 released NTA NET admit card on the 1st week of June 2020.
Result
5th Jul-2020
UGC NET 2020 released UGC NET result on 5th July 2020.

UGC NET Eligibility 2020:


Ø  NTA NET Candidates should have Master Degree in relevant subject with 55% or Appearing in Master Degree.
Ø  For reserved category candidates, 5% relaxation on Master Degree.
Ø  No age limit for Assistant Professor Only.
Ø  But JRF's maximum age is 30 years.
Ø  For reserved category candidates five years relaxation for JRF.

Check UGC NET Eligibility Criteria 2020

List of NTA NET Subject 2020: 

            UGC conducted 81 subjects in this exam every year. 

Subject Code

Subject

01      
Economics
02  
Political Science
03
Philosophy
04
Psychology
05
Sociology
06
History
07
Anthropology
08
Commerce
09
Education
10
Social Work
11
Defence and Strategic Studies
12
Home Science
14
Public Administration
15
Population Studies*
16
Music
17
Management
18
Maithili
19
Bengali
20
Hindi
21
Kannada
22
Malayalam
23
Odia
24
Punjabi
25
Sanskrit
26
Tamil
27
Telugu
28
Urdu
29
Arabic
30
English
31
Linguistics
32
Chinese
33
Dogri
34
Nepali
35
Manipuri
36
Assamese
37
Gujarati
38
Marathi
39
French
40
Spanish
41
Russian
42
Persian
43
Rajasthani
44
German
45
Japanese
46
Adult Education/ Continuing Education/ Andragogy/ Non Formal Education
47
Physical Education
49
Arab Culture and Islamic Studies
50
Indian Culture
55
Labour Welfare/Personnel Management/Industrial Relations/ Labour and Social Welfare/Human Resource Management
58
Law
59
Library and Information Science
60
Buddhist, Jaina, Gandhian and Peace Studies
62
Comparative Study of Religions
63
Mass Communication and Journalism
65
Performing Arts Dance/Drama/Theatre
66
Museology & Conservation
67
Archaeology
68
Criminology
70
Tribal and Regional Language/Literature
71
Folk Literature
72
Comparative Literature
73
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)
74
Women Studies **
79
Visual Arts (including Drawing & Painting/Sculpture/ Graphics/Applied Art/History of Art)
80
Geography
81
Social Medicine & Community Health
82
Forensic Science
83
Pali
84
Kashmiri
85
Konkani
87
Computer Science and Applications
88
Electronic Science
89
Environmental Sciences
90
International and Area Studies
91
Prakrit
92
Human Rights and Duties
93
Tourism Administration and Management
94
Bodo
95
Santali

Statistical Analysis Of UGC NET December 2019:

            For helping of UGC NET Candidates 2020,here give some detailed analysis of previous year’s exam Dec 2019. It's a help theme and Candidates can check their ability to crack the exam.
           
Total Candidates Registered
1034872
Total Candidates Appeared
793813
Candidates qualified for eligibility for Assistant Professor only
60147
Candidates qualified for JRF & eligible for Assistant Professor
5092
No. of Subjects
81
Exam Centers all over India
700
Exam Cities all over India
219
Test Practice Centers
4800


UGC NET JUNE 2020:

            All NTA NET Candidates have a great scope to appear in this exam in JUne 2020 exam. The application starts on 16th March and the last date to apply online has been extended till 16th May 2020 due to the emergency situation COVID-19. All eligible candidates have been requested to apply for this exam because they have a great opportunity to be an Assistant Professor in Indian Universities or colleges.

            This exam is held online mode all over India in 700 Exam centres. 

            UGC NET Exam 2020 Admit card issues on 1st week of June 2020.And Result will be published on tentative 5th July 2020.

The UGC NET application fee is Rs 1,000 for General category candidates, and Rs 500 for General-EWS/OBC-NCL candidates and Rs 250 for SC/ST/PwD/transgender candidates.
Tentatively, UGC NET 2020 exam is likely to be conducted by NTA from June 15-20. 

UGC NET Application Process/Procedure 2020:


UGC NET selection process includes the following some steps:

Step 1: Fill UGC NET application form

For the UGC NET exam, candidates have to fill up an application form in online mode on the official website of the exam. 

          Size Photography & Signature-
Size of Photograph
10 kb to 200 kb
Size of Signature
4 kb to 30 kb

Step 2: Admit card download

After successful registrations, candidates have to download their UGC NET admit card by logging in to their registered accounts in the official website.

Step 3: UGC NET Exam

Next, candidates need to appear for the UGC NET exam. This NTA exam is a computer-based test that consists of two papers - I and II. Both the papers contain objective-type questions that candidates need to complete in a duration of three hours.

Step 4: Check Answer Key

A few days later NTA released the official Answer key. Candidates can check their response and guess their result according to previous year’s cut off mark. 

Step 5: Check UGC NET Result

Atlas NTA released the UGC NET result. And only 6% Candidates have been qualified for Assistant Professor only. And all qualified candidates have been given UGC NET Qualified Certificate. This certificate helps them to be an Assistant Professor.

Examination Fee Details:

Category
Fee Amount
General/EWS
Rs. 1000/-
OBC(NCL)
Rs. 500/-
SC/ST/PwD
Rs. 250/-

UGC NET Questions Paper Download:

Previous years questions are the most important for preparing for any competitive Exam. All UGC NET candidates are requested to download previous years questions from the official website www.cbsenet.nic.in.

About NTA NET Exam:

Ø  This exam will be held in Online Mode
Ø  Time limit 180 minutes
Ø  There are 2 Different papers in this exam.
Ø  1st  paper have 50 question each question carry 2 marks
Ø  2ndpaper have 100 question, each question carry 2 marks
Ø  Total number 300
Ø  No negative marks.

UGC NET Papers
Number of Questions
Maximum Marks
Exam Duration
Paper 1
50
100
Cumulative Exam for 180 minutes.
Paper 2
100
200
Total
150
300
180 Mints.

UGC NET 2020 Syllabus 

NTA UGC NET has updated UGC NET Syllabus from June 2019 for Paper 1 and all NET subjects under Paper 2. The syllabus for each subject is different in 2nd Paper, hence candidates should prepare accordingly to their subject. 

UGC NET 2020 Paper 1 Syllabus

1.   Teaching Aptitude
2.   Research Aptitude
3.   Reading Comprehension
4.   Communication
5.   Reasoning 
6.   Quantitative Aptitude
7.   Data Interpretation
8.   Information and Communication Technology (ICT)
9.   People and Environment
10.                 Higher Education System: Governance, Polity, and Administration

UGC NET 2020 Paper 2 all syllabus are specific. All interested candidates can download their specific  subjects syllabus from click this option Download UGC NET 2020 Syllabus

Benefits After Qualifying UGC NET 2020 Exam?

Candidates have multiple opportunities after clearing UGC NET. For eg: Lectureship and Assistant Professor opportunities in UGC Approved Universities/Colleges and research work.

Why Should We Qualify UGC NET 2020 ?

Candidates have multiple opportunities after clearing UGC NET. Such as

You Get Eligible for JRF Fellowship

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JRF FOR FELLOWSHIP

You Get chance to become an Assistant Professor 

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ASSISTANT PROFESSOR JOB

You Get More Preference in Any Job Opportunity

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NEW JOB OPPORTUNITY

You Get a Chance to Become a Subject Expert

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SUBJECT EXPERT

You Get to Become an Author & Publish Your Book

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PAPER PUBLISH

You get a chance to published Paper in a UGC listed Journal.


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PUBLISH PAPER IN JOURNAL

You Get a chance to publish as a Book-Editor.

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BOOK EDITORS

You Get a Social value.

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SOCIAL VALUES

UGC NET Exports Advice for Preparation  


Candidates are requested to follow the below advice to crack NTE exam. This advice is given by UGC NET Experts.  
  1. Solved MCQs after studying each subject
  2. Focused on reading History books with critical outlook
  3. Read each topic of UGC NET syllabus thoroughly  
  4. Focused on enhancing fact-based and conceptual knowledge
  5. Focused on each topic of the syllabus thoroughly
  6. Gave equal preparation time for paper-I and II
  7. Created notes from multiple books containing facts  
  8. Revised each topic multiple times
  9. Studied four to five hours everyday
  10. Solved previous year question papers for both paper-I and II
  11. Gave more preparation time to weak subjects
  12. Followed a proper timetable
  13. Gave equal importance to preparation of paper-I
  14.  Followed a day-wise schedule
  15.  Focused on clearing basics for each topic
  16. Attempted a series of practice/ mock tests
  17.  Revised concepts multiple times