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Difference between CSIR NET & UGC NET :-

CSIR NET is conducted by NTA to shortlist aspirants for the award of JRF and eligibility of Assistant Professor for Science subjects only. UGC NET is conducted by NTA to select candidates for the award of JRF and eligibility of Assistant Professor for all other subjects (total 82).

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    Syllabus of all subject of UGC NET :-

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    List of subject of UGC NET :-

    There are total 82 UGC NET subjects in UGC NET whose list along with the codes is provided below .

    UGC NET SubjectsSubject Codes
    Adult Education/Continuing Education/Andragogy/Non-Formal Education46
    Anthropology07
    Arab Culture and Islamic Studies49
    Arabic29
    Archaeology67
    Assamese36
    Bengali19
    Bodo94
    Buddhist, Jaina, Gandhian and Peace Studies60
    Chinese32
    Commerce08
    Comparative Literature72
    Comparative Study of Religions62
    Computer Science and Applications87
    Criminology68
    Defence and Strategic Studies11
    Dogri33
    Economics/Rural Economics/Co-operation/Demography/Development Planning/Development Studies/Econometrics/Applied Economics/Development Economics/Business Economics 01
    Education09
    Electronic Science88
    English30
    Environmental Sciences89
    Folk Literature71
    Forensic Science82
    French (French Version)39
    Geography80
    German44
    Gujarati37
    Hindi20
    Hindu Studies102
    History06
    Home Science12
    Human Rights and Duties92
    Indian Culture50
    Japanese45
    Kannada21
    Kashmiri84
    Konkani85
    Labour Welfare/Personnel Management/Industrial Relations/Labour and Social Welfare/Human Resource Management55
    Law58
    Library and Information Science59
    Linguistics31
    Maithili18
    Malayalam22
    Management (including Business Admn. Mgt./Marketing/Marketing Mgt./Industrial Relations and Personnel Mgt./ Personnel Mgt./Financial Mgt./Co-operative Management) 17
    Manipuri35
    Marathi38
    Mass Communication and Journalism63
    Museology & Conservation66
    Music16
    Nepali34
    Oriya23
    Pali83
    Performing Art – Dance/Drama/Theatre65
    Persian42
    Philosophy03
    Physical Education47
    Political Science02
    Politics including International Relations/International Studies including Defence/Strategic Studies, West Asian Studies, South East Asian Studies, African Studies, South Asian Studies, Soviet Studies, American Studies 90
    Population Studies15
    Prakrit91
    Psychology04
    Public Administration14
    Punjabi24
    Rajasthani43
    Russian41
    Sanskrit25
    Sanskrit traditional subjects (including Jyotisha/Sidhanta Jyotish/Navya Vyakarna/Vyakarna/Mimansa/Navya Nyaya/Sankhya Yoga/Tulanatmaka Darsan/Shukla Yajurveda/Madhav Vedant/Dharmasasta/Sahitya/Puranotihasa/Agama) 73
    Santali95
    Sindhi101
    Social Medicine & Community Health82
    Social Work10
    Sociology05
    Spanish40
    Tamil26
    Telugu27
    Tourism Administration and Management.93
    Tribal and Regional Language/Literature70
    Urdu28
    Visual Art (including Drawing & Painting/Sculpture Graphics/Applied Art/History of Art)79
    Women Studies74
    Yoga100

    FAQs on UGC OR CSIR NET :-

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

    UGC-NET stands for University Grant Commission- National Entrance Test. The exam is biannually held in June (3rd week) and December (3rd week) conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education on behalf of UGC. UGC-NET exam is essentially required for pursuing higher order research in University departments/Institutes of National Importance/National Laboratories and Institutes of CSIR in various fields of Science & Technology. Those who qualify UGC-NET exam are awarded either a JRF or Lectureship on qualifying the NET exam.

    Eligibility for UGC-NET/JRF examIndian citizens, who are residing in India are only eligible for the award of UGC/CSIR-NET/JRF fellowships. Candidates who have secured a M.Sc or equivalent degree with 55% marks for general category and 50% marks for SC/ST, Physically and Visually Handicapped candidates and Ph.D. degree holders who had passed Master’s degree prior to 19th September 1991 are eligible.Age LimitFor the award of JRF, the minimum age limit is 19 years and the maximum age limit is 28 years, which is relaxable by 5 years in case of candidates belonging to Schedule Castes/Schedule Tribes/OBC, Physically Handicapped/Visually Handicapped and female applicants.For the award of LS (NET) (Lecturer ship), there is no upper age limit.

    Benefits of Qualifying CSIR NET/JFRUGC/CSIR LS (NET) qualification is now mandatory for coaching in any University/college in India. Students who qualify as JRF are also eligible for lectureship. Moreover, JRF qualification is considered more prestigious as JRF qualified students are entitled to a monthly stipend of 25,000 p.m. for a period of two years. On Completion of two years as JRF and if the fellow is registered for PhD, the fellowship is upgraded to SRF (NET) and the stipend is increased to Rs. 28,000/- p.m for the 3rd and subsequent years.

    How should one crack the UGC NET?

    UGC NET JRF is an examination conducted to check the eligibility of Indian national to apply for the post of Lecturership and Research Fellowship.Many people tend to think that clearing the examination is a forlorn hope. But I want to state that it is not so. Correct strategy, right books, material, and effective time management would enable you to crack the exam in one go.Basically, you need to understand that any exam can be cracked, be it RBI, SEBI, NABARD, UPSC or UGC NET, if you are investing a focused, diligent and sincere effort into it. You should follow a proper strategy to crack the exam.Essentially, UGC NET JRF exam is conducted in Two Papers- Paper 1 and Paper 2. While Paper 1 includes general topics like teaching aptitude, quantitative aptitude, polity and constitution, environment etc. This paper is deemed to easier to crack and for scoring good marks.Whereas Syllabus of Paper 2 is totally based on the graduation and post-graduation course syllabus. Therefore, it is always advisable to appear in the subject of your graduation and postgraduation. Dedicated preparation for three months is required to crack this exam.According to me, a minimum of 3 months of preparation is required to Prepare for UGC NET Examination. These 3 months can be divided into2 months for Preparation1 month for Mock TestsOut of these 2 months for Preparation, you can allocate one month each for Paper 1 and Paper 2.There are approximately 10 topics in Paper 1. You can give 3 days for each topic. In these 3 days, you can read about the topic for the first 2 days and the third day you can practice questions related to that topic. If you follow this approach, you will be able to complete the syllabus of Paper 1 in one month and similarly, you can complete the syllabus of Paper 2 (Commerce) in one month.Now, you have to start giving Mock Tests. Start with past years papers and that too move from old to recent past years papers. Make a set of 5 papers. Solve them and look for the subjects in which you are facing problems. Then you can start working on improving that subject.

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