UGC NET Answer Key 2020: 11 November Shift 1 Sociology and Shift 2 Computer Science Analysis, Explained

National Testing Agency conducting the UGC NET June 2020 Exam on November 11 for Sociology and Computer Science & Applications, displays Answer key. Alongside of the publication of official answer key, an analysis of 11 November held shift 1 and shift 2, UGC NET exam is provided here.

By Rohit Sindhu, Updated : Nov 17, 2020 10:06 IST
UGC NET Answer Key 2020: 11 November Shift 1 Sociology and Shift 2 Computer Science Analysis, Explained
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NTA UGC NET 2020: Nodal Agency has released the Answer key for UGC NET online examination held between 4-13 November 2020. Challenges against the provisional Answer key can be lodged on or before 18 November 2020, official notice reads. Earlier NTA on Wednesday successfully conducted UGC NET June 2020 online examination for subject code 05 for Sociology and Subject Code 87 for Computer Science and Applications, in two shifts. NTA organized the UGC NET 11 November online computer based examination folllowing the social-distancing and safety norms at allotted examination centres. It is here assured that after conduct of Online UGC NET June 2020 exam, NTA on behalf of University Grant Commission (UGC) to release UGC NET Answer key along with response sheet and challenges.

On revised date, UGC NET on 11th November condcuted Computer Based Test for UGC NET June 2020 in two shifts. First shift exam conducted for the Subject Code 05 for Sociology, started at 9:00 am and lasted at 12:00 noon, followed by second shift exam for Computer Science and Applications (CSA) subject code 87, from 03.00 pm to 06.00 pm. Candidates appear for the UGC NET 11 November examination can check paper analysis, students reactions and estimated difficulty level. NTA UGC NET official answer key can be checked or downloaded from the website https://ugcnet.nta.nic.in

As far as the report from the examination centre is concerned, the UGC NET June 2020 examination on 11/11/2020 is conducted in Computer Based Mode. The examination is conducted in two shifts for Sociology and CSA, following the Covid-19 safety instructions and SOP released by National Testing Agency. Students were seen wearing face masks/ covers at the examination centre. "A social-distancing of 2 metres was maintained outside the entry points to avoid the risk of infection", a report says. Here's the detailed Paper Analysis-

UGC NET Sociology Paper:

UGC NET Computer Based test on 11 November (1st Shift) online exam held for the subject code 05 i.e Sociology. The Examination consisted of 50 and 100 Questions respectively in two papers. The first shift exam began at 9:00 am in morning and lasted at 12:00 noon.

Questions in paper I were asked from Teaching Aptitude, Research Aptitude, Reading Comprehension, Communication, Reasoning (including Maths), Logical Reasoning, Data Interpretation, Information & Communication Technology (ICT), People & Environment, Higher Sociology System- Governance, Polity & Administration.

Questions in Paper 2 were asked from topics includingSociological 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 Kinship, Science, Technology and Society.

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UGC NET Computer Sci. and Applications:

UGC NET online exam in 2nd Shift held for the subject code 87 i.e Computer Science and Applications (CSA). The Examination consisted of 50 and 100 questions respectively in two papers. The second shift exam began at 3.00 pm and lasted at 06:00 pm.

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Questions asked in the Computer Science and Applications (CSA) Paper 2 section, were from Computer System Architecture, Programming Languages And Computer Graphics, Database Management Systems, Discrete Structures And Optimization, System Software And Operating System, software Engineering, data Structures and Algorithms, Theory of Computation and Compilers, Data Communication And Computer Networks, and Artificial Intelligence (AI).

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