The UGC NET (University Grants Commission – National Eligibility Test) is conducted by the National Testing Agency.
There are two Papers in this exam i.e. Paper 1 & 2.
The Syllabus of Paper 1 is common for all the 80 subjects for which the exam is conducted. So, it is important for every aspirant to have detailed UGC NET Syllabus of Paper 1.
Here you can check the UGC NET Paper 1 Unit Names –
Mathematical Reasoning and Aptitude
Information and Communication Technology (ICT)
People, Development and Environment
Higher Education System
To download the detailed syllabus you are suggested to visit the link given above.
If you are interested to pursue you career in teaching or research field, then here is a good opportunity.
The National Testing Agency is all set to conduct India’s famous National Eligibility Test for Lectureship or awarding Junior Research Fellowship.
Yes, I’m talking about the UGC NET June 2020 Examination.
As per the notification, the National Testing Agency (NTA) will start the registration process for UGC NET June 2020 exam from 16th March 2020.
Those aspirants who meet the required UGC NET 2020 Eligibility Criteria are eligible to appear in this Exam.
You must have secured at least 55% aggregate marks in postgraduation to become eligible for the NTA UGC NET Exam.
So, if you don’t want to miss this chance, then be ready with your documents and check all the all the latest updates regarding the exam.
Here is the latest info about the CSIR NET Dec 2019 Exam.
As per the latest update, the National Testing Agency has released the CSIR NET Final Result for December Exam on 30th January 2020.
The merit list consists of the roll number along with the rank that has been awarded to the candidates.
Candidates need to visit the official site to check the CSIR NET Result.
There is also a notice mentioned that the Council will not be responsible for any printing error in the publication.
As per the notice, the fellowship will be effective from the 1st of July 2020.
One of the most awaited JEE Main Result has been Out on 17th January 2020.
Here are some important Highlights and Stats of this examination and result -
- list itemTotal of 9,21,261 candidates registered for the exam.
- list itemA total of 8,69,010 candidates appeared in the Exam.
- list itemJEE Main Result has been announced on 17th January along with the April Exam Dates.
- list itemApril exam will now be held on April 5, 7, 8, 9 and 11 in online mode.
- list itemA total of 9 candidates scored a 100 percentile
- list itemNTA Scores made available in the JEE Main Result are normalized scores across multi session papers.
So, these are some important Highlights and Stats for the JEE Main 2020 Examination.
If you also have appeared in the exam, then go and check your result.
All the best!
Hello CSIR NET Aspirants,
As you know that the National Testing Agency had conducted the CSIR NET Examination on 15th and 27th December 2019.
As per the available stats there were total 282117 candidates registered for the exam out of them 225889 candidates appeared in it.
Those who appeared in this exam must be looking to check the result.
As per the official updates, the CSIR NET Dec 2019 Result was declared on 15th January 2020.
To check the result candidates will have to visit the official site and then they will have to submit the roll number, registration number and password to download the result.
NTA has also declared the CSIR NET Final Answer Key on 15th January 2020.
The Cutoff Marks for this examination will be declared soon.
The National Testing Agency has conducted the CSIR NET Dec 2019 Exam on 15th and 27th December.
Those candidates who appeared in this examination must be looking for their CSIR NET Result.
As per the official updates, the CSIR NET Result will be declared on 14th January 2020.
The NTA has already released the tentative answer key on 1st January 2020. The Final Answer Key will also be released soon.
For all the latest updates, candidates are suggested to visit the official site of CSIR NTA NET Exam on a regular basis.
Best of luck to all!
Candidates who appeared in the NTA UGC NET Dec 2019 Examination must be looking for their Result.
As per the official notice, the UGC NET Result will be declared on 31st December 2019.
If you want to know about the procedure of the result declaration, then here I’m sharing the step by step guide.
The officials have provided this procedure on their site.
Click on the above-mentioned link and get the UGC NET Result Declaration Procedure.
Best of luck to everyone!
The National Testing Agency conducts the exams like JEE Main, NEET, UGC, CSIR NET, etc..
These exams are counted in India's toughest exams.
If you are also an aspirant who is going to appear in the exams conducted by NTA then you must check the complete schedule from here - https://studentnotifications.blogspot.com/2019/12/nta-exams.html
Best of luck!
The National Testing Agency has successfully conducted the UGC NET Dec 2019 Exam on 2nd December 2019.
The exam was consisted of two papers i.e. Paper 1 and Paper 2.
As per the last session, this time the exam also held in a single three hour duration.
Here, aspirants can check the complete analysis of this exam.
UGC NET Dec 2019 Exam Analysis – 2nd December 2019
As per the review of aspirants, the overall level of the test was easy to moderate.
The questions asked in Paper 1 were generic in nature. It was designed to test the reasoning ability of candidate, divergent thinking, etc.
Below you can check the number of questions asked with their difficulty level
Teaching Aptitude – 10 to 13 Questions – Difficult
Research Aptitude – 8 to 9 Questions – Moderate to Difficult
Reading Comprehension – 1 Set – Easy
Communication – 4 to 5 Questions – Moderate to difficult
Maths – 3 to 5 Questions – Easy to Moderate
Logical Reasoning – 6 to 8 Questions – Easy
Data Interpretation – 1 Set – Moderate
ICT - 2 to 3 Questions – Moderate to Difficult
People & Environment – 3 to 4 Questions – Moderate to Difficult
Higher Education System – 3 to 4 Questions – Moderate to Difficult
So, these was the analysis of Paper 1 as per the reviews of UGC NET Aspirants.
Now below you can check the subject wise difficulty level of Paper 2.
There were 100 Objective MCQs in Paper 2 carrying two marks for each.
Archaeology – Moderate to Difficult
Buddhist, Jain Gandhian and Peace Studies – Moderate to Difficult
Folk literature – Moderate to Difficult
Forensic science – Moderate to Difficult
French (French version) – Moderate to Difficult
History – Moderate to Difficult
Kashmiri – Moderate to Difficult
Konkani – Moderate to Difficult
Linguistics – Moderate to Difficult
Mass Communication and Journalism – Moderate to Difficult
Museology & Conservation – Moderate to Difficult
Music – Moderate to Difficult
Pali – Moderate to Difficult
Performing Art- Dance/ Drama/ Theatre – Moderate to Difficult
Persian – Moderate to Difficult
Prakrit – Moderate to Difficult
Russian – Moderate to Difficult
Santali – Moderate to Difficult
Spanish – Moderate to Difficult
Those who used to solve the last few year's UGC NET Question Papers will get benefit in their scored marks as most of the questions were asked from the topics of last sessions.
The Institute of Banking and Personnel Selection will soon conduct the IBPS SO Exam.
The IBPS SO Apply Online process will start in November 2019.
If you are interested to appear in this exam, then be ready to apply for it.
To ease your preparation for the upcoming IBPS SO Exam, here in this article I’ve shared, some practice questions for all the subjects asked that will be asked in the exam.
IBPS SO Questions for Practice – Download Here
Here you can check the last few exam questions of IBPS SO. Once you start preparing for the exam make sure to practice with mock tests, online test series and from last year’s question papers.
Important - While preparing for the exam, keep visiting the official website to get your IBPS SO Admit Card.
How to Solve The Above Mentioned Questions?
To solve these questions you have to set the time limit. Set the time as per the exam pattern of IBPS SO and then start solving the questions.
list itemDo not take break until you attempt all these questions.
list itemMark the questions in which you have faced the problem.
list itemNot down the questions which were easy to solve in less time duration.
list itemLastely analyse your performance by giving marks (Implement negative marking also).
I hope this will help you in practice of IBPS SO Questions.
Best of luck!