Know the Changed UGC NET Exam Pattern & Syllabus HERE!

UGC NET – An exam which is organised for those who want to make their career in teaching or in the research field.

Previously the exam was conducted by CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) but from Dec 2018, NTA (National Testing Agency) replaced the CBSE.

With conducting the UGC NET Exam, NTA also decided to make some important changes in NET Exam for organizing it more effectively.

Recently NTA has made some more changes in UGC NET Syllabus and Exam Pattern.

If you also want to appear in the upcoming UGC NET Exam, then it is essential to have knowledge of the latest version of this exam.

Here we are sharing all the officials updated regarding UGC NET 2019 Exam.

UGC NET Syllabus – Check the Latest Updated

NTA has given a big surprise to the aspirants who are preparing for NET Exam.

The UGC NET Syllabus has been updated up to 40% to 50%. It is one of the biggest changes made by NTA for the upcoming UGC NET Exam.

As per the official website, the updated syllabus is available only for 81 UGC NET Subjects.

Here you can get the complete Updated list of UGC NET Syllabus.

Check the Updated UGC NET Exam Pattern –

NTA has made some important changes in the UGC NET Exam Pattern. This time also the exam will consist of two papers (General Paper 1 and Paper 2). However, from June 2019 Exam, both the papers will be conducted in a single three-hour duration.

Before this change, candidates were benefited with 30 minutes break in between Paper 1 and 2.
But now the exam will be conducted in a single session.

Below you can check the complete UGC NET Exam Pattern –

Number of Questions (All Compulsory)

Single Session
Paper 1
50 Questions
100 Marks
1 Hr

Paper 2
100 Questions
200 Marks
2 Hr

150 Questions
300 Marks
3 Hr

We hope that the above mentioned information helped you to get aware of with the major changes in the UGC NET Exam.

Note down all these changes and start preparing accordingly for your exam and make sure that you only prefer the updated study stuff according to new Syllabus.

If you have any doubt about these changes, feel free to ask.


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