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Exam Pattern: UGC NET

INTRODUCTION OF UGC NET: (UNIVERSITY GRANT COMMISSION NATIONAL ELIGIBILITY TEST)   Conducting Body: NTA (National Testing Agency) Division of paper: Paper I and paper II Type of Questions: Objective Duration: 3 hours   NOTE: Paper I and paper II will be conducted on the same day. Brief Introduction of Paper I and Paper II :  Paper I : The First session will be for Paper I. The number of questions will be 50  where maximum marks will be 100 ( 2 marks for each question). The areas covered under Paper I and will be Communication, Research, General Awareness,  etc. Paper II : The  Second session will be for Paper II. The number of question will be  100  where maximum marks will be 200 (2 marks for each question). Paper II will include the subject oriented questions  chosen  by the candidate out of 81 subjects  (History, Music, Economics, etc.). Marking Scheme : -Here is the criterion of marking scheme stipulated by UGC NET:-  For each correct answer , 2 marks will be given. No negative

SBI Clerk Mains 2020: Exam Pattern

SBI Clerk Mains : Conducting Body: SBI. Mode of Examination: Online. Timings: Separate timings are associated to each section. Stages of Selection: Preliminary Examination Mains Examination Language Proficiency Test Final Merit List Note : For the candidates who have not studied the local language in their schooling, a special language proficiency test will be conducted. Exam Pattern : STAGE-I (Preliminary Examination) : Name of the Test Number of Questions Maximum Marks Duration (Minutes) English Language 30 30 20 Numerical Ability 35 35 20 Reasoning Ability 35 35 20 TOTAL 100 100 60 Marking Scheme for Preliminary Examination : Mark given for each right answer: 1. Mark deducted for every wrong answer: 1/4. Duration of the examination: 60 minutes . The marks obtained by the candidate in Preliminary stage will not be counted for the final merit list because these marks are only for the qualification of the candidate for moving to the next stage i.e. Mains. No cut off marks are stipul