UGC NET - Archaeology Free Online Mock Test

Prepare for UGC Archaeology examination with our free mock test.


Free Online Mock Test for UGC NET Archaeology exam

Prepare for UGC Archaeology examination with our free mock test.

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What is UGC NET Archaeology exam?
CBSE conducts National Eligibility Test Archaeology examination on behalf of UGC. Qualified candidates are considered eligible to apply for Archaeology faculty jobs in Indian educational institutions.
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UGC NET Archaeology Examination Pattern

This UGC NET exam is divided into two parts (i.e) Part I and Part II. You need to qualify in both papers to pass the UGC NET Archaeology exam.

  1. Paper I : It consists of 50 questions from UGC NET teaching & research aptitude exam (general paper), which you have to attempt in 1 hour.
  2. Paper II : The UGC Archaeology exam (paper 2) will have 100 questions and the total duration will be two hours. Each question carries 2 marks, so the exam will be worth 200 marks. Read below to know the pattern of NET Archaeology examination (part II).
Exam HighlightsDetails
Test Duration120 minutes
Total Questions100
Marks per question2
Total Marks200
Negative MarkingN/A

UGC NET Archaeology Exam Syllabus

Definition, aim and Scope of Archaeology Study of human activity through the recuperation and examination of material culture.
Retrieval of Archaeological Data Understanding the procedure of recovery, particularly suited to the recuperation of ecological information, for example, seeds and little bones.
Chronology and Dating Understanding the way toward ascribing to an occasion a date before, enabling such question or occasion to be situated in a formerly settled order.
Methods of Objective Interpretations Analysis and the grouping of archeological goals; archeological research system; social procedures uncovered by archeological research and the relating measurable models suitable to various levels of elucidation.
Geological Biological and Cultural Dimension of Man Investigating similar Human-nonhuman primate life systems.
Quaternary Period Understanding the subdivision of geological time which covers around the last two million years up to the present day.
Appearance of Stone Tools and Development of Technology Explain the improvement of progressively powerful inferential connections between archeological remains, past practices, and the important psychological and social systems supporting these practices.
Hunting - Gathering Stage Study of humankind's first and best adaptation.
Beginning of Food Production Investigation of sustenance generation roots.
Pre and early Harappan Village Cultures Outposts of the Indus Valley civilisation (North and North - Western India)
Harappa Culture Sites of the Indus Valley Civilisation.
Early occurrence of iron Study of the last age of the three-age framework, preceded by the Stone Age. 
Main Characteristics of the Cultures Understanding the repeating collection of antiquities from a particular time and place that may constitute the material culture remains of a specific past human culture.
Important culture and sites Structural Stupas; sanctuaries.
Art Structural Stupas; Rock - cut architecture; temples;
Origin and antiquity Coinage issued by middle kingdoms of India; Study of the source and early improvement of the Indian scripts.
Proposed area of research Understanding the firmly connected research question and technique.