Welcome to Examsavvy, here we are going to discuss about the Scheme of Examination that was jointly conducted by both University Grants Commission (UGC) and Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) twice a Year.
The Engineering Sciences Paper is Included all 7 Major Engineering Departments viz.,
- Computer Science & Information Technology
- Electrical Science
- Electronics Science
- Material Science
- Science Fluid
- Science Solid Science and
Primarily CSIR-UGC NET JRF Engineering Science Question paper consists of Totally 200 marks irrespective of your Engineering Department(s).
There are three major divisions namely Part A, Part B, and Part C
Part A: The Part A consists of General Aptitude (Graphical Analysis, Logical reasoning, Analytical and Numerical Ability, Series Formation, Quantitative comparisons, puzzles, etc.,) which will be your first 20 Questions in Engineering Science Paper. The candidates are requested to answer any of their choicer 15 Questions only. Each Questions carry equal weight age of 2 marks. Therefore you will be given 30 marks in this section out of total 200 marks.
Part B: The Second section of your Engineering Science Question paper consists of 25 questions which are in relation with Engineering Mathematics and Simple Aptitude. Hence the candidates are requested to answer any of 20 Questions only. Here the marks allotted to each question were 3.5 marks. Hence for 20 questions you will be allotted 70 marks out of total 200 marks.
Part C: The final section of Engineering Science Question paper shall contain Engineering subject related questions from the following Seven (7) subject areas viz.,
Computer Science & Information Technology Electrical Science Electronics Materials Science Fluid Mechanics Solid Mechanics Thermodynamics
Here Every Engineering Subject will have 10 questions each. Our Candidates shall be requisite to answer any of their choicer 20 questions out of a total of 70 questions. Every question carries 5 marks each. Hence the rest 100 marks allotted here from the total 200 marks so that candidates are requested to concentrate well in your Engineering Subjects as well.
Each question you answered wrong will have a Negative mark of 25% of mark allotted to that Respective Question.