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UGC NET - Sociology

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

UGC NET Sociology Exam Syllabus

UnitDetails
Nature of Sociology Logical investigation of society, including social communication, and culture.
Basic concepts Investigate humanly made association or arrangement of interrelationships that interfaces people in a typical culture.
Social structure Study the arrangement of financial stratification, social organizations, or, other designed relations between huge social organizations.
Social group Stress the significance of relationship or target similitude between at least two individuals who cooperate with each other, share comparative qualities, and feeling of solidarity.
Social institutions Study the arrangement of behavioral and relationship designs that are thickly joined and persevering, and work over a whole society.
Socialization Understand the way toward disguising the standards and philosophies of society.
Social change Explain the adjustment of mechanisms inside the social structure, described by changes in social images, standards of conduct, social associations, or esteem frameworks.