The National Qualification Examination (NET), also known as UGC NET, is a test used to determine the qualifications of university and university level lecturers and to award junior research scholarships (JRFs) to Indian nationals. It is designed to ensure minimum standards of entry into the teaching profession and research. The National Testing Agency (NTA) will conduct tests on behalf of the University Grants Committee (UGC) to determine whether Indian nationals are eligible for Assistant Professorship at the University of India or for junior research scholarships and assistant professors. Institutions.
- 1. Candidates who have obtained a master's degree or equivalent test score of at least 55% from UGC-accredited universities/institutions (without rounding) or humanities (including languages) and social sciences, pages 22 to 48 of computer science and applications, electronic science, etc. (The list of graduated subjects attached to pages 18 to 19) is eligible for this exam. Other backward classes (OBCs) are non-creamy/predetermined caste (SC)/prescribed tribe (ST)/person in the handicapped (PWD) category candidates who receive a master's degree of at least 50% (no rounding) or equivalent exams. Eligibility for the exam.
- 2. Candidates who have an OR will appear on the Qualified Master's (Last Year) exam and are still waiting for their results, or candidates who have been deferred for the qualifying exam may apply for this exam. However, these candidates will be admitted temporarily and will be considered eligible for the Junior Studies Scholar/Assistant Professor only if they pass the Master's degree or a minimum of 55% of the equivalent (or 50% if it is OBC) ) Non-creamy layer) / SC / ST / PWD (Disabled) category candidates. These candidates must complete the PG degree exam within two years of the date of publication of the NET and request a percentage of the required score, otherwise they will be considered disqualified. .
- 3. Degree holders completed before September 19, 1991 (regardless of the date of the results announcement) are eligible to have a total score of 5% in NET (ie from 55% to 50%).
- 4. Candidates are advised to appear only in subjects after graduation. Candidates for subjects that do not include their post-graduation subjects in the list of topics in item 14 (pages 12-13) may appear in related topics.
- 5. Candidates do not need to send any certificates/documents to support their qualifications, nor do they need to print out the application form (confirmation page) to CBSE. However, for their own benefit, candidates must meet their eligibility for the exam. If the UGC/CBSE finds any nonconformities at any stage, their candidacy will be cancelled and they will be subject to legal action.
- 6. Candidates with a postgraduate diploma/certificate from an Indian university/college or a foreign degree/diploma/certificate from a foreign university/university should determine the equivalent of their diploma/degree/certificate and master's degree in their own interests for their own benefit. Indian University Association (AIU), University of New Delhi