NTA (National Testing Agency) conducts the National Eligibility Test which is commonly abbreviated as NET Exam, a gateway to lectureship and research fields.
Aspirants who are holding the postgraduation degree are eligible to apply for this exam.
The exam is conducted for 81 subjects so, one should apply to the related subject of their postgraduation.
The NTA NET Exam provides a very good career opportunity to those postgraduate students who are interested in lectureship and research fields.
The candidate who qualifies the exam will get a UGC NET Certificate that will help you to get a successful career as lecturer or researcher in India’s top universities.
Here is some other useful information for the NTA UGC NET Exam –
list itemPreviously the UGC NET Exam was conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education.
From Dec 2018 the National Testing Agency (NTA) started conducting this exam.
There are two Papers in UGC NET i.e. Paper 1 and Paper 2. The syllabus of Paper 1 is common for all the subject whereas Paper 2 syllabus will be based on the subject that you choose to appear in the UGC NET Exam.
list itemThere are 81 subjects for which the exam is conducted. All these subjects are belonging to non-science streams. For the science stream subject, there is CSIR NET Exam.
list itemEvery year the UGC NET Exam is conducted twice a year (June and December). One can apply for both these sessions.
list itemThere is no age limit for those who want to appear in the NTA NET Exam for the post of Assistant professor. For JRF, you should not cross 30 years of your age.
list itemThere is no negative marking in this exam, so one can get good marks with little efforts.
In every session of NTA UGC NET Exam, approximately 9.5 lakh candidates register for the exam out of them 6 to 7 lakh appears in the exam hall.
To announce the UGC NET Result, NTA use normalization procedure.
So, here we have provided complete info about the UGC NET Exam, if you are interested to apply for it then follow the above-mentioned link.
Best of luck!