CBSE UGC NET Exam Aspirants Queries (5 Most Asked Questions)

All the UGC NET Aspirants have many questions in their mind.
To get the right answer of your queries read this blog.
I hope it will help you to know a little more about CBSE UGC NET Exam.


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1. What is UGC-NET? What are the benefits of qualifying it?

CBSE UGC NET Exam is a national level test which gives students an eligibility to become Assistant Professor/Lecturer or Junior Research Fellow. UGC NET is expanded as University Grants Commission – National Eligibility Test. The score card of this exam is mandatory for any student to take admission in PhD programs or to perform Assistant Professorship.


Candidates can apply for the position of Lecturer/Assistant Professor in Universities and Colleges located anywhere across India.
Candidates are also eligible for Junior Research Fellowship. the fellowship is upgraded to SRF (NET) and the stipend is increased to Rs. 28,000/- per month for the 3rd and subsequent years.
This is One of the most respected job as builder of the nation.
In which Working time is very comfortable & Very high Salary.

2. Are B. Tech. graduates eligible for the UGC NET Exam?

After your b. tech. examination, candidates can write the CSIR-NET in Engineering sciences. CSIR has been conducting Joint CSIR-UGC National Eligibility Test for Junior Research Fellowship and Eligibility For Lectureship in six subjects of science twice a year in the month of June and December. 

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Eligibility required for CSIR:

BE, B. Tech or equivalent in engineering with at least 55% marks for general/OBC and 50% marks for SC/ST, Physically and visually handicapped candidates.
Students in the 4th year of the program will also be eligible to apply.

Sorry to say that B. Tech Students are applicable for NET Exam after having M. tech. degree. If you have completed M-Tech degree in some particular subject, then you are applicable for NET exam. 

Those Candidates who have secured at least 55% marks in Master’s Degree OR equivalent examination from universities / institutions recognized by UGC are eligible for this Test. 50% marks is required in case of SC / ST / PWD category candidates.

3. What is the difference among CSIR, JRF, NET, and UGC NET?

i) JRF

Junior Research Fellowship is a fellowship (Rs. 25000/Month) offered by both CSIR & UGC to the eligible and selected candidates through written exams.

ii) NET

National Eligibility Test- The basic objective is to determine eligibility for college & university level lectureship and for the award of Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) for Indian nationals in order to ensure minimum standards for the entrants in the teaching profession and in research.


Council of Scientific & Industrial Research (CSIR), India, where candidates who have completed M. Sc. or equivalent degree/Integrated BS-MS/BS-4 years/BE/B.Tech/B.Pharma/MBBS with at least 55% are eligible for this Exam.


The University Grants Commission of India Holds NET exam every year to determine the eligibility for Assistant Professor only or Junior Research Fellowship & Assistant Professor.

4. How To Crack CBSE UGC NET Exam?

To Crack NET Exam,

  • You have to make a strategy, so that it will be easier for you to prepare for the exams.
  • Note the syllabus to cover your subject. & start with the topic you can cover faster.
  • Use good Study Material for the exam preparations.
  • Prepare Notes, it is really important as it will help you in your Revision.
  • Keep yourself updated with the latest Notifications & news.
  • Learn Time management skills for the Exams which are really important for the Exam preparations.
  • Try to solve Mock Test Papers & Previous Year Question Papers which will improve your level for the exam, & you will get an Idea about The Exams.
  • Revision is very important part of any Exam preparation, so revise what you have read.
  • Be confident for the Exams. It is the key of success.

5. What is the Paper PAttern of CBSE UGC NET Exam? 

CBSE UGC NET Exam is hold two times in a year. (June & December)
There are 3 papers in this Exam.

Papers I which is common for all candidates.

Paper II & Paper III which are from the subject picked by the candidate.

There is 2 marking system for each right answer. & there is No Negative marking in these papers.

Negative Marking
60 Questions in which 50 to be attempted
75 minutes

09.30 am To 10.45 am

50 All compulsory
75 minutes
10.45 am To 12.00 Noon
75 All compulsory
150 minutes
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01.30 pm To 04.00 pm

I hope Now you will get your answers..
Thanks for Reading.

Best of Luck for Your Exams. :)

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