According to the feedback shared by the students, the first shift of the UGC NET 2019 exam is of
Easy to Moderate level. A lot of students have appeared for their UGC NET exam today which brings them a step closer to their journey of starting their career as an Assistant Professor.
Candidates going to appear for the next shift must check here the detailed analysis of the UGC NET first shift 2019 exam to types of questions being asked in both Paper I and Paper II exam. Also, make yourself mentally prepared to achieve the best.
UGC NET Exam Analysis 2019 (1st Shift Analysis)
The online UGC NET 2019 Exam is conducted for a total of 300 marks to be completed within 3 hours. Candidates seeking eligibility for the Assistant Professor post must have to appear for both the Paper I (General) and Paper II (Subject Specific) of UGC NET 2019.
The UGC NET 2019 Paper I exam consists of 50 questions in total 100 marks each whereas the Paper II consists of 100 questions for a total of 200 marks. Moreover, there isn’t any negative marking in the exam which brings an opportunity to attend every question without any fear.
Let’s now check out the UGC NET 2019 detailed analysis:
UGC NET Paper I Analysis are as follows:
|Subject||No. of Questions||Topics Asked|
|Teaching Aptitude||5 Questions|| ●Effective Teaching
|Research Aptitude||5 Questions|| ●Question on Outside Research
●Question on Independent Variable
|Comprehension||5 Questions|| ●3 Qs – Passage
●2 Qs – Deducted ones
|Logical Reasoning||4 Questions||Pramana|
|Data Interpretation||5 Questions||Percentages|
|Maths/Reasoning||5 Questions|| ●Number Series
|Communication||4 Questions||Question on Classroom Communication|
|Environment||5 Questions|| ●Sustainable Goals
|Higher Education||5 Questions||SWAYAM|
|Information Technology||5 Questions|| ●Full form of WORM
●Question on Hard Disk
UGC NET Paper II Exam is a subject specific exam which consists of 18 different subjects as follows:
- Buddist Studies
- Folk Literature
- Forensic Science
- Mass Communication & Journalism
Furthermore, the above share analysis is completely based on the feedback shared by the students at Gradeup.
For more details, you can check out the first shift
UGC NET Exam Analysis & Review 2019 by Gradeup.