Latest News on CBSE UGC NET NOV 2017 Exam
Latest News on CBSE UGC NET NOV 2017 Exam
No July Session Exam This Year, Students Protest After delaying the UGC NET notification for more than two months, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) released details of next exam recently, but, again with extended dates.
CBSE UGC NET 2017: Official Notification Released, Exam On 19 November |
The next CBSE UGC NET 2017 will be held in November. Official update has been released and online registration will begin on 1 August 2017. ‘It is notified that CBSE will conduct the next UGC-NET for Junior Research Fellowship & Eligibility for Assistant Professor on 19th November, 2017 (Sunday),’ reads the official update from Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), the official organisor of the exam.
Detailed notification will be released on 24 July 2017. Candidates can access the same at cbsenet.nic.in.
- Online application submission link for CBSE UGC NET will open on 1 August 2017
- Candidates can submit their applications till 30 August 2017.
CBSE UGC NET 2017, Why Protests?
Staging protests to voice their opinions as to how they felt being cheated by the end of the authorities responsible for conducting including UGC and CBSE for NET 2017 examinations, here are the reasons cited for the protests that outraged the aspirants of UGC NET 2017 examination this year.
- UGC NET 2017 notification delayed by 2 months, wasting times and efforts of many who were preparing for the exam
- Delayed notification announced recently whose official confirmation is still awaited on July 24,2017
- UGC and CBSE together blamed for the misconduct and delay in the notifications, leading to panic attacks
- Scrapping the decision of conducting the UGC NET examinations twice a year is another major issue
- Students claim the recruitment would be reduced to half if such a decision is implemented
- UGC NET 2017 supposed to be held in July 2017 is now in November 2017, delaying it by 4 months
- Student associations claim ‘no policy document’ has been issued to enforce such decisions which are done abruptly
Curtailing the bi-annual affair of conducting UGC NET every year, the students agitate against the decision of making it an annual affair. NEET 2017, BSEB 2017, CBSE results, Class 12th Policy, Delayed notifications, etc. to name a few controversies that engulfed the morale of lacs of well-deserved candidates.
Why UGC wanted NET to be once a year?
There were many speculations going on as to why UGC wanted the most sought after the examination conducted by it under HRD Ministry to be an annual affair. Here are the reasons cited for UGC to seek such a permission for the UGC-NET examination.
- UGC conducts NET in 80 subjects at one go to recruit lecturers for the same, which is a whopping number
- Fixed number of people who deal with conducting of UGC-NET
- The preparation time required by UGC to hold the NET examination is approximately 5 months
- Conducting the same exam twice a year makes it 10 months in a year to UGC be busy with the same
- The core function of UGC in regulation of school and college authorities suffers a great jolt
- Less attention is granted to the core job and more towards conducting an exam
- Statistics reveal around 6 lac aspirants appear for UGC-NET every year
- The attendance marked in exams like UGC-NET is hardly 40% of the registered candidates
- The annual affair to prove cost-effective and better selection of candidates
Why UGC-NET witnesses low attendance?
Poor and low attendance is a major cause to scrap the “twice a year” phenomenon of UGC-NET. Great amounts of speculations are made and cracking the deal themselves, it is revealed that low attendance in UGC-NET is due to following reasons.
- Slow responsive approach by governmental institutions to absorb permanent faculty
- Private players absorb teaching faculty without UGC-NET qualification
- The sub-standard recruitment results in lower salaries but good jobs
- Availability of contractual jobs on Non-NET basis also prevails
The shocking big question that remains unanswered is, in spite of such sheer dearth and shortage of teaching faculty and staff in our country, the UGC-NET attendance remains fairly low. The paradox that has arose simply puts the authorities concerned and hiring criteria in a thick soup and a lot of unanswered bewildering questions of all sorts.
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