UGC NET Subjects

Political Science

UGC NET Exam is an outstanding gateway for those who seek to pursue Research/Lectureship from the most reputed colleges and universities in the country. For those who have chosen Political Science as their discipline, UGC NET Political Science Exam will be the ultimate opportunity to actualize their dreams. For appearing in UGC NET Exam, you need a Post-Graduation Degree in the discipline you want to give your exam. Most of the aspirants are unaware of all the vital information about UGC NET. This lack of Awareness can cause serious damage to their dream. Don’t worry, as we have prepared this excellent blog to help you get the crucial details to crack this exam.

Commerce

The exam is conducted for two motives – one is to provide Research Opportunities to the willing & talented candidates and another is to offer them outstanding career options in the field of Lectureship. Commerce Post-Graduates usually opt the UGC NET (Commerce) Subject to pursue their career either as Junior Research Fellows or Commerce Professors or both.

Computer Science

Our teaching methodology strictly focus on the difficulties faced by aspirants in the preparation of this exam such as lack of proper study material, ignorance of crucial aspects, inadequate Test practices and lengthy syllabus. Our unique testing scheme designed according to the latest developments in respective subjects. Moreover we put a prime emphasis on time management skills, as many subjects have vast syllabus and students are left with limited time for the preparation of the exam. Once the syllabus of specific subject is complete, revision of that topic is done to make it sure that the student is fully confident for the exam and during the exam so that he can perform efficiently. Difficult topics are covered multiple times before taking the NTA UGC NET exam so that student do not loose marks in these areas. Difficult topics are the difference making part of the exam between an average student and well prepared student.

Economics

The study of economics provides a good opportunity to gain an edge in today’s rapidly globalizing world. Well trained economists are in huge demand across industries, not only at domestic level but also at international level. In the recent years there have been great rise in the demand for economic analysts as they are well equipped and trained to effectively handle the increasing complexities of a rapidly globalising and competitive society, because the students of economics are provided with deep insights into how an economy functions at the macro-level and how the markets operate at the micro level.

Education

Education in its general sense is a form of learning in which the knowledge, skills, and habits of a group of people are transferred from one generation to the next through teaching, training, or research. Education frequently takes place under the guidance of others, but may also be autodidactic. Any experience that has a formative effect on the way one thinks, feels, or acts may be considered educational. Education is commonly divided into stages such as preschool, primary school, secondary school and then college, university or apprenticeship. A right to education has been recognized by some governments. At the global level, Article 13 of the United Nations' 1966 International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights recognizes the right of everyone to an education. Although education is compulsory in most places up to a certain age, attendance at school often isn't, and a minority of parents choose home-schooling, e-learning or similar for their children.

Management

The December 2019 UGC NET examination in Management (including Business Administration Management / Marketing / Marketing Management / Industrial Relations and Personnel Management / Personnel Management / Financial Management / Co-operative Management) will consists of two question papers i.e. paper-1 and paper-2 through Computer Based Test (CBT). The UGC NET JRF syllabus in Management (including Business Administration Management / Marketing / Marketing Management / Industrial Relations and Personnel Management / Personnel Management / Financial Management / Co-operative Management) was last revised in June 2019 and the current NET / SET / SLET examination will be based on the new syllabus only.

Home Science

The December 2019 UGC NET examination in Home Science will consists of two question papers i.e. paper-1 and paper-2 through Computer Based Test (CBT). The UGC NET JRF syllabus in Home Science was last revised in June 2019 and the current NET / SET / SLET examination will be based on the new syllabus only.

History

Till November 2017 UGC NET in History consists of three papers i.e. paper-1, paper-2 and paper-3. Paper-1 was of general and compulsory for all subjects and paper-2 and paper-3 was based on History. However, from June 2018 UGC NET in History consists of only two papers i.e. paper-1 and paper-2 (by merging the previous paper-2 and paper-3 into the current paper-2). So, students are requested to go through previous paper-2 and paper-3 both to better prepare themselves for the current paper-2 in History. It is to be noted here that the UGC NET examination in History was conducted by the University Grants Commission (UGC) till June 2014. From December 2014 to June 2018 UGC National Eligibility Test (NET) Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) examination was conducted by Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) and from Dec. 2018 onwards, the UGC- NET is being conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA).

Hindi

UGC (University Education Commission) is an autonomous body of Government of India. That was established in 1948. But formally inaugurated by Maulana Abul Kalam Azad (then Education Minister) in 1953. UGC regulates all grant in funds to all central and center funded universities and institutions in India. In 1956, UGC was made statutory body of Government. Enabling UGC to coordinate, determine, and maintain standards of higher education in India.

Mass Communication

A. Concept of Journalism and mass communication, mass communication in India. b. History, growth and development of print and electronic media. Major landmarks in print and electronic media in Indian languages. Media’s role in formulation of states of India. c. Media criticism and media literacy, Press Council and Press Commissions of India, status of journalism and media education in India. Media policies of the Government of India since Independence. d. Models and theories of mass communication, normative theories, administrative and critical traditions in communication, media and journalism studies, communication and theories of socio-cultural, educational and agricultural change. Technological determinism, critique of Marshall McLuhan’s views on media and communication and Marxist approaches. Information and knowledge societies.

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