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Top 20 Major Points about UGC JRF Net Sociology

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Top 20 Major Points about UGC JRF Net Sociology

Top 20 Major Points about UGC JRF Net Sociology

Here are the top 20 major points about UGC JRF Net Sociology:

  1. NTA conducts them to determine eligibility for Assistant Professor and award of JRF in Sociology.
  2. It is held twice a year – June and December. Exam pattern is subjective.
  3. Syllabus covers Sociological Concepts, Theories, Methods & Indian Society.
  4. Core areas are Sociological theories, Social research methods, Indian society, Political sociology, etc.
  5. Revision of basic sociology principles and concepts from BA is very important.
  6. Equal focus should be given to theory and application-based questions.
  7. Previous papers provide insights into the trend of questions asked over the years.
  8. Detailed UGC exam notification covers eligibility, exam cities, papers scheme, syllabus, etc.
  9. The registration timeline is usually one month from the notification release date.
  10. Admit cards are available on the NTA website three weeks before the exam date.
  11. Results are declared within six months from the exam date.
  12. Separate cutoffs and merit lists for General and reserved categories.
  13. The JRF fellowship tenure is two years, facilitating PhD registration.
  14. Guidance from coaching centres helps strengthen concepts and exam readiness.
  15. Appearing for mock tests helps assess preparation levels and improves speed and accuracy.
  16. A well-planned revision strategy enables thorough practice and analysis.
  17. Proper time management during exams is vital to attempt maximum questions accurately.
  18. Marking scheme – Paper 1: 50 MCQs (50 marks) + 5 descriptive questions (50 marks); Paper 2: 100 marks (2 theoretical questions + 1 case study)
  19. UGC conducts fresh placements for JRF qualification based on available vacancies.
  20. Cracking the exam opens opportunities for teaching and research roles in Sociology across India. 

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FAQ

Q. How do you get JRF in Sociology?

Getting a Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) in sociology requires performing exceptionally well in the UGC National Eligibility Test (NET) exam. Many universities and colleges across India use the UGC NET to evaluate candidates for the position of Assistant Professor. Those who secure top UGC NET Sociology exam scores become eligible for the JRF.

Q. What exactly is the UGC NET in Sociology?

It’s a comprehensive exam that tests your knowledge and understanding of the sociological field. The syllabus, designed by the UGC, covers ten broad units: Sociological Theory, Research Methodology and Methods, Basic Concepts and Institutions, Rural and Urban Transformations, State, Politics and Development, Economy and Society, Environment and Society, Family, Marriage, and more.

Q. Is the sociology NET Exam Easy?

The difficulty level can vary from person to person, depending on your preparation, knowledge, and grasp of the subject matter.

Generally speaking, though, the UGC NET Sociology exam is moderately to highly challenging.

To crack this exam and secure a JRF in sociology, you’ll need consistent effort to develop a deep understanding of the concepts and to practice extensively.

With the right preparation strategy and dedication, you can increase your chances of success and kickstart your career in academia or research.

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