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Friday, 20 June 2014

UGC NET Exam Pattern 2014 will be revised

UGC NET Exam Pattern 2014 will be revised
All candidates who are preparing for UGC NET Examination
for various subjects are informed that very soon University grant commission will going to change the question paper pattern. Question paper pattern will be revised for various subjects. UGC will also take suggestion from competitors on new revised pattern . after that pattern and syllabus will be changed. Its expected that revised pattern will be applicable from new UGC NET December 2014.
Recently UGC invites suggestion from students, Teacher , officer of education field on 10 points. those competitor, teacher , officer want to give there valuable suggestion they are invited to give there valuable suggestion at the official website of UGC.
UGC Made a questionnaire online for taking feed back from student, Teacher, Teaching faculty, and education administrator officer. You can submit your suggestion via giving your name, email id and mobile.

Questions for which UGC invites your suggestion as are follows
Q1.    Whether NET is an efficient way for recognize applicant in Higher education ?
Q2.    Whether there should be an age limit for participating in NET?
Q3.    Whether the number of chances for appearing in NET should be limited?
Q4.    Whether candidates in the first year of their Master’s degree or equivalent course should be permitted to appear in NET?
Q5.    Whether existing format of objective questions for paper I, II & III needs to be changed?
Q6.    Whether NET be conducted in two stages, i.e., screening test in objective mode for Paper I and Paper-II (II+III of existing pattern) followed by main subject examination in descriptive mode?
Q7.    Whether there should be negative marking in case of MCQs?
Q8.    Whether the upper age limit of UGC-JRF needs to be raised?
Q9.    In order to overcome varying difficulty levels of question papers of different subjects, whether only certain defined percentage of candidates from the top of the merit lists of candidates of different subjects and category be declared qualified?
Q10.    Whether there should be uniform qualifying cut-off for all subjects?

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