Question Paper Pattern

It is divided into two papers, i.e. Paper-I and Paper-II.

Mode of test No. of Questions
Duration 2 Hours
No. of Questions for Paper-I 50 Objective Type
No. of Questions for Paper-II 50 Objective Type
Paper-I (Teaching and Research Aptitude) shall be of general nature, intended to assess the teaching/ research aptitude reading comprehension, communication, reasoning (including mathematical), logical reasoning, data interpretation, information and communication technology (ICT), people and environment, higher education system: governance polity and administration.
Paper-II (Programme wise) shall consist of multiple objective type compulsory questions based on the subject selected by the candidate.

Note:
  1. Paper I of Agriculture disciplines will consist of questions from basic agriculture
  2. Each question will carry 1 mark. There would be no negative marks for a wrong answer.

Syllabus:

Syllabus will be as per UGC-NET, UGC-CSIR, GPAT, ICAR, and GATE. For more details, click on the relevant link in the following Table:

Discipline Covered National Educational Body Name Link for syllabus
Social Sciences UGC-NET Click here
Performing Arts UGC-NET Click here
Education - Click here
Languages - Click here
Law - Click here
Management - Click here
Physical Education - Click here
Library and Information Sciences - Click here
Sciences CSIR UGC-NET Click here
Pharmacy GPAT Click here
Physiotherapy - Click here
Agricultural ICAR Click here
Engineering GATE Click here
Planning - Click here
Design and Architecture - Click here
Ayurvedic Pharmacy - Click here
Mass Communication and Journalism - Click here
Hotel and Tourism Management - Click here
Computer Science and Applications - Click here
Clinical microbiology - Click here
Clinical biochemistry - Click here
Note: The given links may undertake updations or make changes, when they deem fit. This university will not be held responsible for any of their updations/ changes, in any way. The candidates need to keep themselves updated with the updations/ changes in those links on their own.