28 May 2014

UGC Invites Feedback for National Eligibility Test (NET)

University Grants Commission (UGC) has invited feedback from Students, Teaching Faculty, Educational Administrator and Others to make improvements in National Eligibility Test (NET) by filling up the Questionnaire available at UGC-NET's website . In the questionnaire, the UGC has put questions about age limit, number of chances, format of objective questions for Paper-I, II & III needs to be changed or not, negative marking in case of MCQs, varying difficulty levels of question papers of different subjects and uniform qualifying cut-off for all subjects.

So, all NET aspirants and others are requested to take part in this feedback and give your valuable suggestions so that UGC-NET examination can come out its proper level. You can give your feedback by fill up your personal details and choose the right option in the questionnaire. Here is the format of the questionnaire :

Questionnaire for inviting feedback for National Eligibility Test (NET)


Personal Details
Category:
Name:
Email Id:
Mobile No.:
Questions Please click Yes/No

Q1. Whether NET is an effective tool for identifying entrants in teaching profession in higher education? Yes No
Q2. Whether there should be an age limit for appearing in NET? Yes No
Q3. Whether the number of chances for appearing in NET should be limited? Yes No
Q4. Whether candidates in the first year of their Master’s degree or equivalent course should be permitted to appear in NET? Yes No
Q5. Whether existing format of objective questions for paper I, II & III needs to be changed? Yes No
Q6. Whether NET be conducted in two stages, i.e., screening test in objective mode for Paper I and Paper-II (II+III of existing pattern) followed by main subject examination in descriptive mode? Yes No
Q7. Whether there should be negative marking in case of MCQs? Yes No
Q8. Whether the upper age limit of UGC-JRF needs to be raised? Yes No
Q9. In order to overcome varying difficulty levels of question papers of different subjects, whether only certain defined percentage of candidates from the top of the merit lists of candidates of different subjects and category be declared qualified? Yes No
Q10. Whether there should be uniform qualifying cut-off for all subjects? Yes No

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