“There was no negative marking due to which I marked all the answers with no fear,” says Bharti Chopra.
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The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) conducted UGC NET 2017 on January 22. The exam had three following papers:
Paper 1: The exam comprised 60 questions and carried a total of 100 marks. It was held for a duration of one and a half hours.
Paper 2: The exam has 50 questions and carried a total of 100 marks.
Paper 3: It consisted of 75 questions and carried a total of 150 marks.
Bharti Chopra, who has done MA from Guru Jambheshwar University, has appeared for the exam. When asked about the question paper, she said, “The exam was very easy for those students who have studied for it. There was no negative marking due to which I marked all the answers with no fear. Hoping for the best now.”
The answer keys will be published soon on the official website. The candidates are required to keep a check on the website.
About CBSE UGC NET:
UGC (University Grants Commission) is a statutory organisation established by the union government in 1956. Its main objective is to provide recognition to the Indian universities and provide funds to such recognised universities and colleges.
CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) now conducts this exam on behalf of UGC for the post of Lecturer and for providing the JRF for Indian nationals in order to ensure minimum standards for the entrants in the teaching profession and in research. The exam is conducted in streams such as Arts, Humanities, Social Sciences, Commerce