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With a new format this time, over 22,000 students appeared in the National Eligibility Test (NET) held by the University Grants Commission (UGC) in the city. There were 7,000 more candidates taking the test this year than in 2011. The exam is a gateway to lectureship across all universities and colleges in India. The subject specific paper-III of this exam was in objective format for the first time. However, as compared to previous years, the questions were difficult in paper-III, said the students.
Since all the three sections of NET exam were in objective type, the results are expected to be announced on time this year, sources said. Each year, UGC fails to meet its own deadline in declaring the NET exam results. Students often get their previous exam's results when they are set to appear for the next exam, which is held biannually. "The new format has not diluted the difficulty level. In fact, in the commerce section, the question was too tough," said Nirupama Sharma, an NET candidate. "The English paper-III was quite hard and there was not much difference in the toughness level compared to last year," added a candidate who appeared in the exam at SGGS College, Sector 26.
Courtesy: Times of India
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