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The University Grants Commission (UGC) of India is a statutory organisation set up by the Union government in 1956, charged with coordination, determination and maintenance of standards of university education.It provides recognition to universities in India, and disburses funds to such recognized universities and colleges. Prof. Ved Prakash, a noted academician and education administrator, is the incumbent Chairman of UGC, India.Its headquarters are in New Delhi, and six regional centres in Pune, Bhopal, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Guwahati and Bangalore. Now UGC NET Exam is conduct by CBSE. KONCEPT ACADEMY is provide Best UGC NET Coaching Institute in Delhi
INTRODUCTION TO NATIONAL ELIGIBILITY TEST (NET)
About the National Eligibility Test (NET)
The National Educational Testing Bureau of University Grants Commission (UGC) conducted National Eligibiltiy Test (NFT) but now it conducts by CCSE tc determine eligibility for lerturcship and for award Of JRF Research Fellowship (JRF) for Indian nationals in standards for the entrants in the teaching profession and research. The Test is conducted in Humanities (including languages). Social Sciences, Forensic Science, Environmental Sciences, Computer Science and Applications and Electronic Science.
The Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) conducts the UGC-CSIR NET for other Science subjects, naively. Life Sciences, Physical Sciences, Chemical Sciences, Mathematical Sciences and Earth Atmospheric Ocean & Planetary Sciences jointly with the UGC?. The tests are conducted twice in a year generally in the months of June and December.
About the Junior Research Fellowship (JRF)
For candidates who desire to pursue research, the Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) is available for five years subject to fulfillment of certain conditions. UGC has allocated a number of fellowships to the universities for the candidates who qualify the test for JRF. The JRF are awarded to the meritorious candidates from among the candidates qualifying for eligibility for lectureship in the NET. JRFs are available only to the candidates who opt for it in their application forms. The test for Junior Research Fellowship is being conducted since 1984. The Government of India, through its notification dated 22nd (July, 1988 entrusted the task of conducting the eligibility test for lectureship to UGC. Consequently, UGC conducted the first National Eligibility Test, common to both eligibility for Lectureship and Junior Research Fellowship in two parts, that is, in December 1989 and in March, 1990.
The Need for the National Eligibility Test
In early eighties, there was a general perception among the public and the leading educationists that well qualified persons were not being attracted towards teaching profession. Concerns were also expressed about the criteria that were employed for the selection of teachers. It was increasingly realized that quite a large number of people who neither had the competence nor the aptitude for teaching made an easy entry into this profession. the Committee formed by UGC in 1983 on revision of pay scales of teachers in the universities and colleges under the Chairmanship of Prof. R C Mehrotra recommended the following for the post of Lecturer:
1.Qualifying at the National test conducted for the purpose by UGC or any other agency approved by UGC.
2.Master"s degree with at least 55 % marks or its equivalent grade.
THE SCHEME OF THE UGC—NET
• There will be three papers: Marking in Paper-I. Paper-II and Paper-III.
• Candidate who does not appear in Paper-I will not be permitted to appear in Paper-II and Paper-III.
• Paper-I: Sixty (60) multiple choice questions of two marks each will be given, out of which the candidate would be required to answer any fifty (50). In the event of the candidate attempting more than five questions, the first fifty questions attempted by the candidate would be evaluated
• There is no Negative Marking in Paper-1, Paper-II and Paper Ill.
• Candidate will not be allowed to write any question from Test Booklet on, Admission Card or any other paper and if found doing so, he she may be disqualified for using unfair means.
• UGC will not issue any mark sheets to qualified/not qualified candidate. Also, there is no revaluation of papers in this examination.
• Candidate should note that result published by UGC will be only provisional. Candidate will be issued certificate only after preliminary checking of the eligibility conditions outlined in the notification of UGC- NET.
• Paper-II will consist of 50 objective type compulsory questions from the subject selected by the candidate. Each question will cany 2 marks.
• Paper-III will consist of 75 objective type compulsory questions from the subject selected by the candidate Each question will cary 2 marks.
• The Paper-III will cover entire syllabus of the subjects which is available on the UGC website www.ugr. ac.in and www.ugcnetonline.in.
• The syllabus UGC - NET can be downloaded from the UGC websites: www.ugc.ac.in and www. ugcnetonline.in.
• The candidates are advised to remain in touch with the website of the respective NET Coordinating University/College in connection with their registration status. Test venue, «eating arrangement etc. For any further clarification candidates are advised to get in touch with the Coordinator of NET Coordinating University/College.
• In case of any discrepancy in English OR Hindi versions, English version may be taken as final. In case of any discrepancy in English OR Hindi versions, English version may be taken as final.