UGC (University Education Commission) is an autonomous body of Government of India. That was established in 1948. But formally inaugurated by Maulana Abul Kalam Azad (then Education Minister) in 1953.
UGC regulates all grant in funds to all central and center funded universities and institutions in India.
In 1956, UGC was made statutory body of Government. Enabling UGC to coordinate, determine, and maintain standards of higher education in India.
We have helped students qualify for CBSE UGC NET JRF exam successfully. Many of our students are now assistant professors in DU and many other universities.
This exam is half yearly which is held in every June and Decembers last Sunday. There are two sessions of exam on the day of exam one consisting of Paper 1 and 2, and another session for paper 3. We’ve listed out further important details
CBSE UGC NET Eligibility Criteria
You should have
General 55 percent marks in Masters Degree or equivalent OBC/SC/ST/PWD 50 percent marks in Masters Degree or equivalent
Students who are in final year of their Masters Degree are eligible. Provided they fulfill above mentioned criteria in their respective category.
There is no upper age limit for appearing in NET exam. However for JRF there is one. According to which your age should not be more than 28 years in the current year.
There is relaxation of 5 years for JRF to OBC, SC, ST and PWD category applicants and women.
CBSE UGC NET
The NET-JRF exam is consisted of three papers namely Paper 1, Paper 2 and Paper 3.
It consists of 100 marks with 60 questions (50 questions to be attempted are compulsory). This paper generally contains teaching and research aptitude, reasoning, comprehension, and other. (please, refer to our syllabus to know about paper 1)
It belongs to your core subject. Where you will get to attempt 50 objective type questions (all are compulsory).
It also belongs to your core subject. Where you will get to attempt 75 objective type questions (all questions are compulsory).