On behalf of UGC, the National Eligibility Test (NET) is conducted for determining the eligibility of Indian nationals for the Eligibility for Assistant Professor only or Junior Research Fellowship & Eligibility for Assistant Professor Both in Indian Universities and Colleges.
Till recently, the CBSE conducted the NET in 84 subjects at 91 selected Cities of spread across the country.
From Dec 2018 onwards, the UGC- NET (for Eligibility for Assistant Professor only or Junior Research Fellowship & Eligibility for Assistant Professor both), will be conducted by the NTA.
In this article, we are going to analyse about Constitution section in July 2018 Question Paper. Before analysis, let’s look at the syllabus of Constitution: [Give Free Mock Test Now for UGC-NET LAW II Paper]
- Fundamental Rights and Duties
- Directive Principles of State Policy
- Union State Legislative Relations
- Emergency Provisions
- Amendment of the Constitution
- Writ Jurisdiction
- Essential Features of Indian Constitution.
- Distribution of Legislative Powers between Union and States
- Parliament and State Legislatures
- Amending Process of the Constitution.
- Role of Election Commission in Democratic Process.
Analysis of Questions of Constitution of July 2018:
Out of 100 questions in Paper II in Law, 12 questions have come from Constitution Portion. These 12 questions belong to different chapters in the Subject. Let’s Look at the following table:
NUMBER OF QUESTIONS
Chapter III/FR[Watch Video]
Union Executive [President/Vice President/Anti-defection/ Parliamentary Privileges]
Parliament and State Legislature
Distribution of Powers between Union and States
There are 14 portions in the Syllabus, but all the portions have not been touched in July 2018. These portions may be important for December 2018 UGC NET exams.
Important Portions for December 2018 UGC-NET Law are:
- Writ Jurisdiction
- Essential Features of Indian Constitution
- Election Commission
- Amending Process
These 6 portions may be regarded as important portions in December 2018 UGC-NET LAW exam.