Central Board of secondary Education CBSE invites applications for UGC NET Exam June 2015. Also See How to Apply for UGC NET (JUNE) 2015 – Candidates can apply online.Candidates who have secured at least 55% marks (without rounding off) in Master’s Degree OR equivalent exam from universities/institutions recognised by UGC in specific subjects
The State Higher Education Department had issued an order exempting researchers without proper coursework from NET qualification. This is a blatant violation of UGC regulations on teachers’ appointments
CSIR UGC NET June 2015 Exam application process starts. Joint CSIR-UGC Test 2015 will be conducted on June 21, 2015. Online application process starts from Feb 13 and will end on March 12.
Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will not conduct National Eligibility Test (NET) in June due to work overload. The UGC sources have confirmed that it will conduct NET on its own if there are no alternatives.
The applications will be available from October 15, 2014 on the official website (cbsenet.nic.in). The application will be submitted online online and the last date for submitting applications for NET will be November 15, 2014. CBSE will be conducting the UGC NET in 79 subjects at 87 selected NET Coordinating Institutions spread across the country.
The teachers of arts and social sciences seem to melt out the most incisive criticism of UGC’s version of the NET. “I had a student who had done her M Phil from Cambridge University on a full scholarship and she has not been able to clear the UGC-NET”, says Vinita Chandra, English teacher at Ramjas College, Delhi University. She further added that a board whose entire system is against the critical analysis is not eligible to hold such a test.
The decision to hand over the reins to CBSE was made because UGC has been ill-equipped to conduct the examination on the nationwide front. The decision had been lurking in the corridors for more than a year now and its face was decided by a meeting of the full commission. If things are to go as planned, there is a huge probability that the upcoming December 2014 NET will be conducted under the watchful eyes of the CBSE.
The questionnaire which has a total of 10 questions will hardly take five minutes of your time and will be submitted on the spot. There are questions ranging from the upper age limit of JRF, number of chances, negative marking in case of MCQs, varying difficulty levels of question papers of different subjects, and many other such questions which have been marked for your opinion.
The results for the December 2013 NET examination can be downloaded as soon as they are released and uploaded by UGC on their official website. You can download the result using your Application Number, Roll Number and Date of Birth from the result section on the official UGC NET website.