CBSE UGC NET QUESTION PAPERS
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NTA UGC NET 2018 Mock Test for Paper I and II available:For the first time, UGC NET 2018 exam will be conducted in Online mode ie, Computer-Based Test (CBT). So, in order to make candidates familiar with the online format of the UGC NET 2018 exam, NTA has released the UGC NET 2018 free mock test facility, in its official website www.nta.ac.in. UGC NET 2018 exam will consist of two papers – I and II, with a duration of one hour and two hours, respectively. Candidates can also download Paper I and Paper II mock tests in both English and Hindi from the official website.
Take UGC NET 2018 Free Mock Test for Paper I and Paper II
CBSE UGC NET Question Papers 2018 July Exam Released:
On July 24, 2018, Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has released all set of question papers for UGC NET examination, which was held on July 8 and July 22. The CBSE UGC NET July 2018 exam Question Papers are available on the official website cbsenet.nic.in. Candidates are given chance to verify their response sheets (OMR Sheets) as well as the official CBSE UGC NET 2018 July Exam Answer Keys and to raise objections against the answer key/recorded response till July 27. Here the direct link to download all set of Question Paper I, Question Paper II of July 8 and July 22 CBSE UGC NET 2018 Exam is provided.
Download the CBSE UGC NET July 2018 Question Paper for Paper I and Paper II
CBSE UGC NET Question Paper 2018 Overview:National Eligibility Test (NET) for the Eligibility for Assistant Professor only or Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) & Eligibility for Assistant Professor Both in Indian Universities and Colleges is conducted by CBSE on behalf of UGC. The Exams are conducted twice a year and CBSE makes available the Question paper of NET on completion of the Exam. The NET Exam conducted will have three papers i.e. Paper I, Paper II, and Paper III. CBSE UGC NET Exam is conducted over a wide range of Subjects i.e. around 84 Subjects. Paper I will be Common Paper for all whereas, Paper II and III will focus on specialization opted by the candidate. CBSE will release the Question papers Online for all three papers. Check the article below for latest Question papers and previous year question papers for your reference and candidates preparing for the upcoming Exam can use the Question papers released for practice.
CBSE UGC NET Question Paper for Paper I 2017:Paper I of CBSE UGC NET is a General Paper on Teaching and Research Aptitude. There were four sets of Question Paper for Paper I. Paper I holds maximum marks of 100 with 1¼ hours of Exam duration. Check below the Question Paper for Paper I of CBSE UGC NET Exam.
- CBSE UGC NET Question Paper - Paper I - Set W
- CBSE UGC NET Question Paper - Paper I - Set X
- CBSE UGC NET Question Paper - Paper I - Set Y
- CBSE UGC NET Question Paper - Paper I - Set Z
Previous Years CBSE UGC NET Question Paper for Paper I:The previous year question papers of CBSE UGC NET Paper I are given below for the reference of the candidates who are aspiring for the Award. Checking through the previous year question paper will give the candidates knowledge on the type of questions asked and the pattern of the Exam.
|Exam||Paper I - Question Paper|
|July 2016||Set A||Set B||Set C||Set D|
|August 2016||Set A||Set B||Set C||Set D|
|December 2015||Set P||Set Q||Set R||Set S|
|June 2015||Set A||Set B||Set C||Set D|
|December 2014||Set W||Set X||Set Y||Set Z|
CBSE UGC NET Question Paper for Paper II 2017:There will be separate set of question papers for each subject/specialization i.e. 84 subjects. We have provided below the January 2017 Question Papers of Paper II.
CBSE UGC NET Question Paper for Paper III 2017:Paper III will be given as a separate booklet. Paper III also focuses on specialization subjects with maximum marks of 150. Check below in the table for Paper III Question Papers of January 2017.
CBSE UGC NET Question Paper 2017 for Paper II and III:
CBSE has provided with Question papers (Paper II and III) of around five exams conducted in last three years and candidates can use the given link to download the Question paper. Paper II and Paper III Question papers of July 2016, December 2015, June 2015, and December 2014 are all available in the given link.
How to download
Check the link - CBSE UGC NET Previous Year Question Papers
From the link given Select ‘Exam Name’ and ‘Question Paper’ (from the drop down list), list of all question paper will be displayed. Candidates can check and download the question paper of their specialization and use it for practice and reference.
CBSE UGC NET Answer Key 2018:
CBSE releases the answer keys of the Exams conducted for the reference of the candidates. Grievance regarding the Answer Key can be made to CBSE with valid proof within the time given by CBSE or before the results are being declared. Grievances after publication of results are not considered. Candidates aspiring to clear the Exam can also use the Answer Key for preparation. For Answer Keys of current and previous years also other details regarding the same, check CBSE UGC NET Answer Key.
CBSE UGC NET Exam Pattern:CBSE UGC NET Exam is scheduled to be conducted on November 5, 2017. The Exam will have three divisions i.e. Three papers. Each paper will be conducted separately (in three sessions) and separate question booklet will be issued. Paper I and II has time duration of 1 hour 15 minutes each and Paper III will be for 2 hours 30 minutes. A detailed Exam Pattern is given in the table below.
|Session||Paper||No. of Questions||Marks||Time Duration|
|First||I||50 (All are compulsory)||50x2=100||1¼ hours (9:30 a.m. to 10:45 a.m.)|
|Second||II||50 (All are compulsory)||50x2=100||1¼ hours (11:15 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.)|
|Third||III||75 (All are compulsory)||75x2=150||2½ hours (2:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.)|