CBSE UGC NET December 2015 Exam Pattern Syllabus
Central Board of Secondary Education is going to conduct forthcoming edition, December 2015 of the National Eligibility Test (NET) on behalf of the University Grants Commission on December 27th 2015. Its a great news for all those candidates whop have applied application form this examination. The main objective of this examination is to select the best and dynamic candidates for the posts of Assistant Professors or Junior Research Fellowship at Indian universities. So here we have given complete details about exam pattern & syllabus. All interested eligible candidates should apply online registration through official website by November 1st 2015. To get more information we advised to visit official website www.cbsenet.nic.in.
As per UGC NET December Exam Pattern 2015 file explains that in test, which will be conducted in three phases (one paper in each phase) will comprise of mainly objective type questions in two distinct sessions.As per details available on UGC’s official website, In first phase (Paper I & and II carrying 100 marks each. Paper I will include 60 questions out of which 50 are to be attempted, whereas Paper II will include 50 questions (all compulsory). In paper III will contain 150 marks. In Paper III will have 75 questions (all compulsory) for which, candidates will have only 2.5 hours. As it is said in the notification file, all Paper II and III will be designed to cover the entire syllabus.
Name of the Organization: Central Board of Secondary Education
Name of the exam: UGC NET Dec
Date of exam: month of December 2015
Official Website: www.cbsenet.nic.in
UGC NET December Exam Pattern 2015 Syllabus
The paper will be divided into three papers:
- Paper I :In paper I there will be 60 questions, out of which the candidates are required to attempt 50 questions. It will carry a total of 100 marks. Duration of exam one hour 15 minutes
- Paper II: In paper, there will total questions 100 marks and total 50 questions, all of which are compulsory.Durcation of exam one hour 15 minutes.
- Paper III: In paper III, Candidates will have to attempt 50 questions and duration of paper will be two hours and 30 minutes.It will carry a total of 150 marks.