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UGC NET - Criminology

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What is UGC NET Criminology exam?
CBSE conducts National Eligibility Test Criminology examination on behalf of UGC. Qualified candidates are considered eligible to apply for Criminology faculty jobs in Indian educational institutions.
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UGC NET Criminology 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 Criminology 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 Criminology 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 Criminology examination (part II).
Exam HighlightsDetails
Test Duration120 minutes
Total Questions100
Marks per question2
Total Marks200
Negative MarkingN/A

UGC NET Criminology Exam Syllabus

UnitDetails
Criminological thought in ancient India and abroad Investigate the arrangement of thought which comprises of an incorporated hypothesis of causation of crime and of strategies of control inferred in the hypothesis of causation.
Constitutional theories Understanding region of sacred law that spotlights on the underpinnings of established government.
Criminological research Explain how it impacts social arrangement advancement, and illuminates criminal equity rehearse.
Constitutional theories Know suitable wellsprings of expert to direct translation of the Constitution and what relative weight ought to be relegated to the different proper sources.
Criminological research Understanding subjective strategies and the examination procedure; Design an exploration ponder and to assess those led by others.
Social change Study critical modification after some time in conduct designs and social esteems and standards.
Juvenile delinquency Investigate the routine perpetrating of criminal acts or offenses by a youngster, particularly one underneath the age at which normal criminal indictment is conceivable.
History and theories of punishment Understanding various correctional purposes -, for example, requital, prevention and recovery - in a solitary, reasonable structure.
Prison system in India Investigate discipline that courts most ordinarily force for genuine crimes, for example, lawful offenses.
Legal approaches Understanding how Law gives the fundamental establishment to the assurance of a person's human rights.
Victimology Study of the casualties of crime and the mental impacts of their experience.