A good news for all UGC-NET Aspirants. UGC NET JULY 2018 EXAM NOTIFICATION is out in Telegraph news paper on 22 jan 2018 at page no.2. According to it official notification publish on 1st February 2018 on https://cbsenet.nic.in.
UGC NET JULY 2018 EXAM NOTIFICATION DATE:
Date of official notification would be published on Date 1st February 2018 on cbsenet.nic.in website.
UGC NET JULY 2018 EXAM APPLYING DATE:
Date of application to apply online is given here. UGC NET JULY 2018 EXAM Application dates are.
- Starting Date to apply online: 6th march 2018
- Last Date to apply online : 05th April 2018.
- Last Date of fee submission: 06th April.
UGC NET EXAM DATE 2018:
This year exam date of UGC-NET exam is in month of july. Date of exam is
Date of Exam: 8th July 2018
UGC NET JULY 2018 EXAM REVISED SCHEME OF EXAMINATION:
Abig surprise for all UGC NET Aspirants. Exam pattern tottaly changed. From this year there is only 2 paper not 3 paper. First paper consist 50 questions each having 2 marks. Second paer has 100 questions of 2 marks from respective subject ( discipline).
The Test will consist of two papers. All the two papers would be consist of only objective type questions and will be held on 8th July, 2018 (SUNDAY) in two separate sessions as under:
|Paper-I shall be of general nature, intend to assess the teaching/research aptitude of the candidate. It will primarily be designed to test reasoning ability. comprehension, divergent thinking and general awareness of the candidate. Fifty(50) multiple choice questions of two marks each will be given. out of which the candidate would be required to answer all fifty (50).|
|Paper-II shall consist of 100 objective type compulsory questions base on the subject selected by the candidate. Each question will carry 2 marks.|
UGC NET AGE CRITERIA CHANGED FOR JRF:
A good news for all JRF ASPIRANTS. Because CBSE has increased age 28 to 30 years. Now 30 year age candidates are also eligible for JRF seats.
Age for JRF: 30 YEARS
The upper age limit for appearing in JRF has also been raised by two years, i.e. from the
existing upper age limit of 28 years to 30 years (the relaxation as earlier will remain same).