National Testing Agency (NTA) on Friday successfully conducts UGC NET June 2020 online exam for Hindi subject. The online computer-based examination (CBT) is conducted in two shifts (shift 1 and shift 2) following the social-distancing and safety guidelines. Candidates answer the NTA UGC NET 13 November exam for Hindi (subject code 20), can check the availability of Answer key and solutions at ugcnet.nta.nic.in.
Nodal Agency organizes UGC NET 2020 exam for Hindi (Subject Code-20) in 1st shift and second shift. The examination was organized at more than 830 exam centres across the country. UGC NET November 12 online exam began at 9:00 AM and lasted at 12:00 Noon for shift 1 and from 3.00 to 6.00 pm for shift 2. According to the reports students were allowed wearing face masks inside the examination centres. A proper sanization was carried-out to avoid the risk of infection,
Conducting the UGC NET Paper 1 and Paper 2 online examination in two successive shifts, a detailed analysis of question papers, is being facilitated to help students visualise their score/ performance in the Online exam. NTA conducts online exam for UGC NET June 2020 scheduled on November 13 for the last day in phase 3. The online examination was conducted in two shifts, for General Studies and Hindi Paper II. The examination carried a total 150 questions (50 + 100) in two papers.
After the successfull conduct of UGC NET June 2020 online exam, NTA on November 16 displays UGC NET Answer key 2020, response sheet and notice regarding lodging challenge/s against provisional key. The Objections against the provisional Answer key can be lodged from 18 November 2020.
UGC NET 13th November Paper Analysis:
November 13th, Online Shift 1 Paper carried a total 50 objective type questions (Multiple choice, Matching type, True/ False, Assertion-Reasoning type) carrying a maximum 100 marks. Whereas, the paper 2 consisted of a total 100 questions, each carrying 2 marks. In Computer Based Exam each section was allotted equal weightage i.e 5 questions and 10 marks from each section, i.e., 2 marks for each correct answer. The total time duration of the exam was 3 hours combined of both the shifts.
Paper 1 (General Studies)- A total 50 questions carrying a maximum 100 marks, were asked from topics including Teaching Aptitude, Research Aptitude, Reading Comprehension, Communication, Reasoning (including Maths), Logical Reasoning, Data Interpretation, Information & Communication Technology (ICT), People & Environment, Higher Education System: Governance, and Polity & Administration.
Paper 2 (Hindi)- A total 100 questions carrying a total 200 maximum marks were asked from topics including Hindi Literature and History, Hindi Poems (Kavitayen), Prose, Psychological Awareness, Hindi Novels (Upanyas), Hindi Plays, Hindi Stories, Hindi Essays, Biographies, Autobiographies, and Writers' Contribution.
Official UGC NET Answer Key for Hindi Paper 1 and Paper 2: Click Here
Note- The aforesaid details are provided on the basis of anticipation of the Examination insights. Officail Answer key will be available only at the official website of NTA UGC NET i.e ugcnet.nta.nic.in. Candidates are asked to visit the website for regular updates.