UGC NET 2010 Paper-I Part A Pattern | UGC NET 2010 Paper-I (Part A) Scheme and Syllabus | UGC NET Paper I Pattern
CSIR-UGC National Eligibility Test (NET) for Junior Research Fellowship and Lecturer-ship
SYLLABUS FOR PAPER –I (PART ‘A’)
SYLLABUS FOR PAPER –I
(PART ‘A’) This part is common to all the candidates appearing for NET. There will be 40 objective type questions in Part ‘A’ of the
Paper I. Candidates are required to answer any 25 questions. In case a candidate answers more than 25 questions, only the first 25 answers will be evaluated. All questions shall be of 2 marks each. There will be negative marking for wrong answers.
1. General information on Science and its interface with society to test the candidate’s awareness of science, aptitude of scientific and quantitative reasoning. Questions would be so designed to judge the creativity, analytical ability and research aptitude of a candidate. The questions would be setup in each of the subject areas of NET, viz., Chemical Sciences; Earth, Atmospheric,Ocean & Planetary Sciences; Life Sciences; Mathematical Sciences and Physical Sciences.
2. COMMON ELEMENTRY COMPUTER SCIENCE:
(Applicable to all candidates offering any subject area; A few questions dealing with basic computer awareness and uses.)
(i) PROGRAMMING INSTRUCTIONS
(ii) SIMPLE ALGORITHMS AND COMMPUTATIONAL METHODS
SCHEME OF EXAMINATION
(1) CHEMICAL SCIENCES
The Joint CSIR-UGC JRF/LS (NET) Examination shall comprise 2 papers:
This paper shall be of 2 hours and 30 minutes duration and shall have a maximum of 200 marks. Part ‘A’ of Paper I shall contain 40 General Science questions. These questions shall be common to all subject areas of NET Examination. A candidate shall be required to answer a maximum of 25 questions from Part ‘A’. In case, a candidate answers more than 25 questions, only the first 25 answered questions will be taken up for evaluation. Part ‘B’ of Paper I shall have 100 questions. A candidate shall be required to answer a maximum of 75 questions. In case a candidate answers more than 75 questions, only the first 75 answered questions shall be evaluated.All questions shall be of two marks each. There will be negative marking for wrong answers.
This paper shall be of 2 hours and 30 minutes duration and shall have a maximum of 200 marks This Paper shall consist of 35-40 short answer type questions requiring descriptive answers. Questions No. 1 shall be compulsory and carry 20 marks. In addition to the compulsory questions, the candidate is required to answer a maximum of 12 questions of fifteen marks each. To answer each question, a candidate will be provided one page each.