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UGC NET - 2017 Notification, Online application Schedule

CBSE released UGC NET-2017 notification, Last Date for Online Application Sep 11...
Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) released UGC Net-2017 notification. Applications can be applied in a total of 100 subjects in Humanities, Social Science, Management, Science and Arts. Passing in PG or equivalent levels in these subjects is 55% marks. Reservation category candidates will have 5% relaxation. The final year students of the PG Final are eligible to apply.
UGC NET 2017 online application

Age limit: not exceeding 28 years as of June 1, 2017. OBC (Non-creamy Layer), SC / ST / PWD are reserved for five year reserved category candidates. Eligibility for Assistant Professor Enthusiastic candidates has no maximum age restriction. The Application Fee is Rs 1000 for General Candidates, Rs. 500 for OBCs, Rs. 250 for SC / ST / PWD.

UGC should pass the net to start career as an assistant professor in the field of teaching. Eligibility for Assistant Professor in the category of Professors in State level Universities and Institutes will be preferred.

It is possible to get entry into the prestigious institutions / universities like IIT, which passes the net. UGC Fellowships can be obtained under various schemes. If Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) is selected, the first two years will get Rs. 32,500 Felicity. Then the senior Research Fellow (SRF) will be given Rs 36 per month. Other facilities are available. The JRF award letter that has been selected for the JRF will survive for up to two years.

There is also a possibility that public sector firms will be appointed on the basis of UGC Net Quality. Many PSUs can take into account UGC's Net Passes for recruitment in Rand, Management, Corporate Communications, Human Resources, Finance etc. If you get jobs, you can get attractive wages.

UGC NET Testing procedure: UGC network is in full objective approach as three papers.
The first paper for all subjects’ candidates is the same. This will test candidate / teaching aptitude, general awareness, reasoning ability, comprehension. There are about 50 questions. 100 marks per 2 mark each.
Paper-2 and 3 candidates are related to the selected subject. Paper-2 contains 50 questions. Two marks for each. A total of 100. The answer to all is mandatory.
75 questions in Paper -3 will be asked. All of this should be answered. A total of 150 marks per 2 marks.

Minimum marks in each paper
An average of at least 40 percent marks are compulsory in all three papers (Paper-1, Paper-2; Paper-3). The next step in merit list design is taken into consideration. OBC (Non-Creamy Layer) / PWD / SC / STI should have 35% marks.

Subject Wise, Category Wise merit list is made with three papers and the candidates who have a minimum of minimum marks. Approximately 6 percent of the total number of candidates attending the three papers are selected for assistant professorship. The JRF is set up by a special formula to take the JRFs available with the applicants in the list of assistant professors.

If the entrepreneurial candidates have scored at least 70 percent marks, they will have the opportunity to get the JRF. UGC NET-January 2017, the results of the un-recipient category candidates who have secured 65% to 70% have qualified for JRF. In the 100 subjects, 3640 people got the JRF.

Paper 2 and Paper 3 need to have full grip on the chosen subjects. The question paper is in the objective mode. That is why we need to understand with a descriptive approach. Candidates should read the PG level syllabus in different angles. We need to be aware of the different angles that questions can be asked from a topic.

Most commonly found in Paper -1 is teaching aptitude, research aptitude, higher education in the country and current questions. The awareness of recent developments in these fields should be increased. Besides these, questions are also asked to examine logical reasoning and communication skills from data interpretation in Paper -1. Candidates should have the expertise to identify the highlights from specific data. You have to practice more.

UGC NET exam Key Points ..
  • You should read each item with the basics.
  • Candidates for science, engineering and mathematics related subjects should be given preference to application-oriented prep.
  • Practice old question papers as possible.
  • As many as possible to write mock tests.
  • Complete the questions that are already answered before you are not negative marking; Answer based on the elimination technique of the unknown.
On the syllabus website
Each subject syllabus is available on UGC website www.ugc.ac.in. UGC NET old question papers are also placed on the website.

UGC NET 2017 Important dates ...
  • Start Online Application: August 11, 2017
  • Last Date for Online Application: September 11, 2017
  • Fee Payment Deadline: September 12, 2017
  • Expiration of mistakes in applications: from September 19 to 25
  • Examination Date: November 5, 2017
  • UGC NET 2017 online application Website: cbsenet.nic.in.