UGC NET Notification 2023: Download PDF Here

University Grants Commission National Eligibility Test 2022 ( UGC NET )

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Dewesh Nandan PrasadAssociate Senior Executive

Updated on Nov 15, 2022 17:50 IST

UGC NET notification 2023 will be released by the National Testing Agency (NTA) to conduct the exam. The UGC NET notification PDF 2023 will contain all important details about the exam such as dates, eligibility criteria, paper pattern, syllabus, result declaration criteria, etc. The UGC NET 2023 exam will be held to determine the eligibility of candidates for JRF and Assistant Professor posts. Candidates are advised to go through the complete UGC NET notification thoroughly before applying online for the exam.

The NTA will activate the UGC NET application form 2023 link along with the release of notification.

UGC NET Notification Related Dates 2023

UGC NET notification 2023 dates regarding the notification, application process and exams are provided below:

UGC NET Exam Events

UGC NET Exam Dates

Notification

To be announced

Application form

To be announced

UGC NET exam

To be announced

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UGC NET Notification 2023: Download PDF

The UGC NET notification 2023 will be released as an 'Information Bulletin' containing the details of important events related to the exam such as the release of the application form, issue of admit card, conduct of the exam, and declaration of result. 

UGC NET Application Form 2023

Candidates need to fill the UGC NET application form in two parts – registration and application. Some of the important documents that candidates need to keep ready with themselves before filling up the UGC NET registration and application form include:

  • ID card
  • Board/university/qualifying degree certificate
  • Category/PwD/EWS certificate (if applicable)
  • Scanned images of photo and signature

The UGC NET application fee 2023 is INR 1,100 for the General category, INR 550 for General-EWS/OBC-NCL category and INR 275 for SC/ST/PwD/Transgender category.

Also Read: UGC NET 2023 Application 

UGC NET Exam Pattern 2023

The University Grants Commission National Eligibility Test (UGC NET) is conducted for two papers – Paper 1 and Paper 2. Candidates have to sit for both papers in a single duration of three hours. UGC NET Paper 1 is common for all candidates. However, UGC NET Paper 2 differs as per the subject chosen by a candidate. The UGC NET exam is conducted for total of 82 subjects.

Check out the major UGC NET exam pattern highlights for reference below:

Particulars

UGC NET Paper 1 Highlights

UGC NET Paper 2 Highlights

Exam mode

Online

Online

Exam duration

180 minutes

Type of paper

Common for all candidates

Subject-specific questions

Total questions

50

100

Type of questions

MCQs

MCQs

Total marks

100

200

Marking scheme

+2 for correct answer

0 for incorrect answer

+2 for correct answer

0 for incorrect answer

Language of paper

English and Hindi

English and Hindi

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UGC NET Syllabus 2023

UGC NET syllabus is released every year by NTA along with the release of the notification. In UGC NET Paper 1, which is, General Paper on Teaching and Research Aptitude, questions are asked from the following subjects/sections:

  • Teaching Aptitude
  • Research Aptitude
  • Comprehension
  • Communication
  • Mathematical Reasoning and Aptitude
  • Logical Reasoning
  • Data Interpretation
  • Information and Communication Technology (ICT)
  • People, Development and Environment
  • Higher Education System

UGC NET syllabus for Paper 2 differs as per the subject chosen by the candidate.

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 UGC NET Notification 2023 FAQs

Q: When will UGC NET 2023 notification be released?

A: UGC NET notification 2023 will be released on the official website in PDF format

Q: What details are mentioned on UGC NET Notification 2023?

A: The UGC NET notification 2023 contains the following details - dates, eligibility criteria, the application process, exam pattern, syllabus, result declaration criteria, etc.

Q: Can I download the UGC NET notification 2023 in PDF file format?

A: Yes, you can download the UGC NET notification 2023 in PDF file format.

Q: What is the date of the UGC NET exam 2023?

A: UGC NET 2023 exam date has not been announced yet by the NTA. 

Q: How can I apply for UGC NET 2023?

A: You can apply online for UGC NET 2023 on the official website of the exam. You can fill the UGC NET online form in two parts – registration and application. The UGC NET application fee for General category candidates is INR 1,100.

Q: How many candidates appear in the UGC NET exam every year?

A: Every year, lakhs of candidates appear in the UGC NET exam. In 2021, over 12 lakh candidates registered for the exam, of which, more than 6.7 lakh candidates appeared for the exam.

Q: Is PhD compulsory to appear for UGC NET?

A: No, PhD is not compulsory to appear for the UGC NET exam. You need to clear post-graduation with at least 55 per cent aggregate in order to be eligible for the exam. Check complete UGC NET eligibility 2023

Q: Is the UGC NET exam difficult?

A: The difficulty level of the UGC NET exam is usually moderate. Check past years’ UGC NET exam analysis to know the exact difficulty level for the exam.

Q: What is the age limit to apply for the UGC NET 2023 exam?

A: Candidates should be of maximum of 31 years to apply for the UGC NET 2022 exam for JRF post. There is no upper age limit for Assistant Professor post.

Q: What are the different stages of the UGC NET exam?

A: The UGC NET exam process involves - release of official notification, the application process, the release of admit card, the conduct of exam, the release of answer key and result.

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How to convert percentile into percentage? What is the formula for that?

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Pushyami Reddy

Beginner-Level 5

6 days ago

The formula is calculating the quotient between the number of values below your score and the number of all the values in your data set. Multiply the result by 100 to get a percentage.

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I've done my M.A. In English Language Teaching. In which subject am I eligible to apply in UGC NET?

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Rajat Pareek

Beginner-Level 5

a week ago

A candidate can appear in NET Exam only in the subject they have done post graduation. In your case you are eligible for only NET in History. So, if you want to appear for NET exam then according to eligibility you need to start your preparation in History.

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What is JRF after the UGC NET exam?

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Deeksha Dixit

Contributor-Level 10

a week ago

A junior research fellowship is referred to as a JRF. After qualifying for JRF through the UCG NET, you become entitled to a monthly research stipend of Rs. 31,000;To get this stipend, you will have to pass the JRF cutoff in the UCG NET exam. You can apply for this exam after completing your post...A junior research fellowship is referred to as a JRF. After qualifying for JRF through the UCG NET, you become entitled to a monthly research stipend of Rs. 31,000;
To get this stipend, you will have to pass the JRF cutoff in the UCG NET exam. You can apply for this exam after completing your postgraduate studies in any subject. With JRF, you can enroll for a Ph.D. at top universities such as BHU. This Ph.D. will help you become a professor. However, you can pursue a Ph.D. without a JRF, but this stipend will help you cover the research costs. Also, it acts as an added advantage to get into a prestigious university under a reputed guide.

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Surbhi Sahu

Contributor-Level 10

a week ago

JRF is the abbreviated form of Junior Research Fellowship. It is a 2 years research programme awarded to UGC NET JRF qualified candidates. It is a scholarship programme through which students can pursue Ph.D. in their respective subjects. Candidates with Bachelor's degree, whether Science, engine...JRF is the abbreviated form of Junior Research Fellowship. It is a 2 years research programme awarded to UGC NET JRF qualified candidates. It is a scholarship programme through which students can pursue Ph.D. in their respective subjects. Candidates with Bachelor's degree, whether Science, engineering or any other discipline, will be eligible for fellowship only after getting registered/enrolled for PhD/integrated Ph.D. programme within the validity period of two years. SRF stands for Senior Research Fellowship which is awarded after the promotion from JRF.

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I have scored 63.766 marks in UGC NET 2022. What is my %age of marks out of 300?

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Priyanka Kukreja

Beginner-Level 5

a week ago

Your percentage is 21.25. according to your marks 63.766 marks out of 300.

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I have 77.9 percentile in UGC NET exam. How many marks do I have?

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Nagarjuna Y A

Beginner-Level 1

2 weeks ago

That's great congratulations for your result and all the best for your future. To be honest its not a bad performance its really good. There are people who got lower than you so go forward and achieve your dreams mate.

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My daughter has scored 96/100 marks in law and 50/50 in general paper. Is she eligible for JRF?

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Prajith pp

Beginner-Level 3

2 weeks ago

Yes, your daughter is eligible for JRF.

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I have 112 marks in UGC NET 2022. Have I cleared the exam? I belong to OBC category.

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Siddharth Shankar

Beginner-Level 5

2 weeks ago

According to the UGC NET cut off 2022, the minimum qualifying mark for the general category is 40% whereas for the reserved category is 35%. The cut off of UGC NET 2022 will be released separately for candidates who qualify for Lectureship and Junior Research Fellowship (JRF).

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I have got 54.250 marks in UGC NET mathematics under ST category. Will I get JRF?

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deepika maurya

Contributor-Level 10

2 weeks ago

For JRF and Assistant Professor eligibility: You will have to appear for both papers, Paper 1 and Paper 2, and secure at least 40 percent marks in both the papers taken together for General Students and 35 percent aggregate marks in both papers for all Schedule Caste/Schedule Tribe students. Acco...For JRF and Assistant Professor eligibility: You will have to appear for both papers, Paper 1 and Paper 2, and secure at least 40 percent marks in both the papers taken together for General Students and 35 percent aggregate marks in both papers for all Schedule Caste/Schedule Tribe students. According to the eligibility Criteria, you have to score more than 70 marks for JRF (Junior Research Fellowship). I hope this will help you.

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I am not being able to login to my account to check my result. UGC NET 2022 Phase 1) result. Have only the phase 3 results been declared?

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Deeksha Dixit

Contributor-Level 10

2 weeks ago

The NTA has not released UGC NET (merged cycle 2022) results. It has only released the final answer key recently. Previously, it had released a provisional answer key that was accessible until October 26. This is why you may not be able to log in to your account to check results. You may now chec...The NTA has not released UGC NET (merged cycle 2022) results. It has only released the final answer key recently. Previously, it had released a provisional answer key that was accessible until October 26. This is why you may not be able to log in to your account to check results. You may now check the final answer key and match your score. The NTA is expected to release the UGC NET results in phases by the end of this week. You may keep visiting this page of Shiksha for the latest updates on NET exam results. https://www.shiksha.com/exams/ugc-net-exam.

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I got 120 marks in UGC NET exam. Have I qualified?

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Sanskar Kumar

Beginner-Level 5

3 weeks ago

Yes, you have a very good chance of qualifying as expected cut off is 65-70 only for general and you have scored better than it obviously.

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