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UGC NET Exam Paper
Pattern

Paper
Number of Questions
Marks
Duration
I
There will be 60 total questions but you need to attempt 50
100
01 hours 15 minutes
II
Total 50 questions will be there
100
01 hours 15 minutes
III
Total 75 questions will be there
150
02 hours 30 minutes

UGC NET Syllabus Overview

Syllabus: Exam
will be held in three papers:
 
  • Paper I
  • Paper II
  • Paper III

 

Paper I: Paper I
is designed to test the candidates General Knowledge covering the following
topics:
 
  • Teaching Aptitude
  • Research Aptitude
  • Reading Comprehension
  • Logical Reasoning
  • Mathematical Reasoning
  • Data Interpretation
  • Information and Communication Technology
  • Communication
  • Current Affairs related to the subject and
  • Higher Education System- Governance, Polity and
    Administration etc

 

Paper II: Paper
II will consist of MCQ based questions from the subject selected for the exam.
 
Paper III: Paper
III will consist of descriptive type questions. Here you have to describe all
questions as per word limit.
 
Subjects for Paper II
and Paper III:
You may chose subjects for Paper II, III from the list as
mentioned below:
Women Studies
Sanskrit Traditional Subjects
Economics
Visual Arts
Comparative Literature
Political Science
Geography
Folk Literature
Philosophy
Social Medicine & Community Health
Tribal and Regional Language/Literature
Psychology
Forensic Science
Criminology
Sociology
Pali
Archaeology
History
Kashmiri
Museology & Conservation
Anthropology
Konkani
Gujarati
Commerce
Computer Science and Applications
Mass Communication and Journalism
Education
Electronic Science
Comparative Study of Religions
Social Work
Environmental Sciences
Buddhist, Jaina, Gandhian and Peace Studies
Defence and Strategic Studies
International and Area Studies
Library and Information Science
Home Science
Prakrit
Law
Public Administration
Human Rights and Duties
Labour Welfare
Population Studies
Tourism Administration and Management
Indian Culture
Music
Personnel Management
Arab Culture and Islamic Studies
Management
Industrial Relations
Physical Education
Maithili
Labor and Social Welfare
Adult Education
Bengali
Human Resource Management
Japanese
Hindi
Sahitya
German
Kannada
Applied Art
Rajasthani
Malayalam
History of Art
Persian
Oldie
Continuing Education
Russian
Punjabi
Non Formal Education
Spanish
Sanskrit
Andragogy
French
Tamil
Dharma Sastra
Marathi
Telugu
Sankhya Yoga
Santali
Urdu
Mimamsa
Assamese
Arabic
Advaita Vedanta
Manipuri
English
Shukla Yajurveda
Nepali
Linguistics
Performing Arts Dance / Drama / Theatre
Dogri
Chinese