how can i prepare ugc net exam subject commerce? please suggest me.
Preparation for UGC NET requires a lot of dedication and Time management as the syllabus is vast. Here are few tips which can help you in your preparation:
- Study topic wise and Make your own notes
- Refer to Youtube, Unacademy and Graduation and PG Books for your preparation.
- Prepare well for Paper -1 as it is comparatively scoring
- Solve each and every past year questions
- Give atleast 8-10 mocks before you actually appear for the exam
- Divide your time between paper 1 and paper 2.
There is no one best book for commerce subject as there are application based questions and you need proper understanding of each and every topic. Research, study and make notes. Practice questions and revise.
I want to attempt UGC net exam.Now iam pursuing my masters in distance.does it have any effect on that exam???or does not matter?
If the university from where you're pursuing your Master's Degree is recognized by UGC, your degree will be valid and you'll face no problem in appearing for NET as far as you fulfill other criteria like age limit and educational qualifications, just to let you know people from recognized universities such as IGNOU can definitely go ahead with UGC NET/CSIR NET, so you have to check whether the university is recognized by UGC, and secondly one needs to have 55% in Master's Degree in the subject one wants to appear for UGC NET, in case of reseved categories there's relaxation of 5%. those in the final year of their qualifying examination too are eligible to apply, provided they are able to able to show proof of their qualifications at the time of admission.
What is UGC NET exam ? What is SET exam?
The NET or National Eligibility Test is an examination held to grant eligibility for the post of assistant professors. For private universities, professors might not need NET qualifications but for government colleges, a NET qualification is essential
The SET or State Eligibility Test is similar to NET in pretty much all aspects other than the fact that SET is reserved for that particular State only as compared to NET which applies to the entire country.
To read more about UGC-NET examination for the year 2020, click on the link below:-
Hope this information helps
Best of luck!!
i have done masters in arts in environmental education. Am i eligible for UGC NET exam?
Hello student yes if you've secured more than 55 %marks in post graduation then yes you're eligible as eligibility criteria says - Candidates must have post graduate degree in Humanities,social science, computer science and applications and electronic science etc with minimum 55 percent are eligible.
For more updates refer to the link mentioned below - https://www.ugcnetonline.in/eligibility.php
Feel free to comment if you have any doubt
Among csir net and ugc net exam what is good for pursuing PhD in chemistry I m currently doing msc chemistry.. And in which csir or ugc the options for jrf and lectureship can be filled in form?
As you're pursuing MSc in Chemistry, you need to appear for CSIR NET as it's conducted for five science subjects namely Life Science, Chemical Science, Mathematical Science, Physical Science,Earth Atmospheric, Ocean and Planetary Science.
Out of aforementioned ones,you have to apply for Chemical Science, it's Eligibility Criteria is passed Master's degree in relevant field with 55% aggregate for General Candidates, in case of reserved categories there's relaxation of 5%. You can also apply while enrolled in Master's Degree Program but this degree needs to be completed within two years(validity to avail the fellowsip).
You can apply for only one among JRF and Lecturership/Assistant Professor, however if you fulfill the criteria for the post of lecturership or assistant professor, you'll considered eligible for both the post. Upper age limit for JRF is 28 years, while relaxation is provided to other categories.
For more details,please visit the official website at https://csirnet.nta.nic.in/WebInfo/Public/View.aspx?page=1