UGC NET 2023 exam to begin on December 6

New Delhi:

UGC NET 2023 Exam: The UGC NET December exam is scheduled to begin tomorrow, December 6. The UGC NET December 2023 admit card has been released by the National Testing Agency (NTA) to appear in this exam. Candidates can download it from the official website The UGC NET exam holds great importance for students who want to go into research or want to work as an assistant professor. However, it does not work only by participating in the NET exam, this exam has to be passed, that too with good marks. The reason is that you will get JRF as soon as you decide the marks found in UGC NET, that is, you have passed for Junior Research Fellowship or for UGC NET. Students pursuing JRF are also given attractive stipends. In such a situation, it is very important for the students going to take the UGC NET exam to know how many marks are required for JRF? And how much for UGC NET.

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UGC NET 2023: Qualifying Marks for NET

To pass the UGC NET exam, the candidates of the unreserved category will have to bring 40 percent marks. While OBC-NCL, PWD and SC, ST category candidates will need 35 percent marks.

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UGC NET 2023: JRF Qualifying Marks

For the Junior Research Fellowship, the student must be in the top 10 percentile. On JRF, the student will be given fellowship in other institutions like Central University or IIT of the country.

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UGC NET 2023: National Level Exam

The UGC National Eligibility Test (UNGA) is a national level examination in the country to determine eligibility for junior research fellowship with assistant professor in Indian universities and colleges. Now this exam is conducted by the National Testing Agency. The UGC NET exam is objective, which is conducted in CBT mode. The NET exam will be for 300 marks, which consists of two papers – Paper-1 and Paper-2. Both papers have multichoice questions. Paper 1 exam is required for all candidates, while Paper 2 exam is based on subject. 1 questions will be asked from Paper 50 and 2 questions from Paper 100. Each question will carry 2 marks.