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If you wish to take the forthcoming exam, you must have a clear understanding of the CSIR NET exam format. A few years ago, the UGC decided to conduct the exam online. The exam is now computerbased or conducted online. As a result, a thorough comprehension of the exam structure is essential.
The National Testing Agency has released the CSIR UGC NET Exam Pattern (NTA). The examination is worth 200 points. The question paper is separated into three sections: A, B, and C. Part A is identical for all courses and assesses overall aptitude, whereas Parts B and C contain subjectspecific questions. Each section contains a different number of questions, and the total number of questions applicants must answer varies by subject.
When completing the online application form, candidates must select a subject. Each subject follows a different pattern. You must review the subject pattern, which is supplied below. Candidates will be given three hours to complete their essays. For Chemical Science, Life Science, Earth Science, Physical Science, and Mathematical Science papers, we have provided the CSIR UGC NET exam pattern 2022.
Table of Contents
The question paper for the CSIR NET 2022 exam is broken into three sections: A, B, and C. Section A applies to all candidates and papers, while Sections B and C are subjectspecific. Each subject has a slightly different pattern on the paper. Candidates can choose whether to attempt or disregard the questions in each part.
Paper Sections 
Details 
Part A 
General Aptitude – Common In All Subjects

Part B 
Subjectspecific Questions 
Part C 
Subjectspecific Questions 
The chemical science paper is a single multiplechoice question paper with a maximum score of 200 points. The time limit is three hours.
Chemical Sciences  Total questions  Questions to Attempt  Marks for each correct answer  Negative marking 
Part A  20  15  2  0.5 
Part B  40  35  2  0.5 
Part C  60  25  4  1 
Total  120  75  200  – 
The question paper is divided into three sections.
Part A: This section contains broad science and research aptitude questions. This section covers broad aptitude topics such as series construction, numerical ability, reasoning, and so forth.
There are 20 questions in this section, and you must answer 15 of them for a total of 30 points.
Each correct answer will receive 2 points, while each incorrect response will receive 0.5 points. This signifies that there will be a 25% negative marking.
Part B: This section is intended to test candidates’ memorization skills; it covers the whole curriculum, and questions are often drawn from the topics covered in the syllabus.
This section contains 40 questions, of which only 35 must be answered correctly. Every question is worth two points, and each incorrect response is worth a quarter of a point.
This section received 70 points out of a possible 200.
Part C: There are 60 questions in total, and you must answer 25 of them. Each question is worth four points.
Each wrong answer will result in a onepoint deduction.
This section’s questions are analytical in nature, requiring logical reasoning and concept clarity. A candidate is expected to employ scientific knowledge to solve a specific problem.
The Chemical Sciences Syllabus for the CSIR NET is broken into four sections:
For mathematical sciences, the CSIR UGC NET administers a single multiplechoice question paper. The paper is worth a maximum of 200 points. The question paper will take 3 hours (180 minutes) to complete. This paper will be broken down into three sections.
Mathematical Sciences  Total questions  Questions to Attempt  Marks for each correct answer 
Negative marking

Part A  20  15  2  0.5 
Part B  40  25  3  0.75 
Part C  60  20  4.75  0 
Total  120  60  200  – 
Part A: This section has 20 questions in general science, quantitative reasoning and analysis, and research aptitude. This section is designed to assess a candidate’s analytical and logical thinking abilities. The questions are analytical in nature and cover subjects such as data interpretation.
Analytical graphs
Puzzles and numerical ability
Candidates must answer 15 of the 20 questions. Each question will be worth two points. This segment will receive a total of 30 out of 200 points.
Each correct answer will receive 2 points, while each incorrect response will receive 0.5 points. This signifies that there will be a 25% negative marking.
Part B: This part contains 40 multiplechoice questions, of which only 25 must be answered correctly.
This section is worth three points for each question, for a total of 75 points out of a possible 200.
Each incorrect response will result in a negative marking of 25%.
This portion covers the whole course, and the majority of the questions are based on themes from the syllabus. In general, the queries are asked directly.
Part C: This section has 60 questions designed to assess a candidate’s understanding of scientific principles, research aptitude, and research tool applications.
This section’s questions are analytical in nature, requiring logical reasoning and concept clarity. A candidate is expected to employ scientific knowledge to solve a specific problem. This section’s questions may have numerous right answers. Candidates will receive credit only if they correctly identify all of the options. If the candidate marks any erroneous option as the correct answer, the question will receive no credit. These types of responses will not receive half credit. Only 20 questions out of 60 will be attempted, and each correct answer will be worth 4.75 points. This section received 95 points out of a possible 200.
There will be no negative marking for section C because there will be no mark deduction for incorrect answers.
The following units make up the CSIR NET Syllabus for mathematical sciences:
There will be three sections to the Physical Science question paper. A maximum of 200 marks are available on the question paper. The question paper will be available for three hours (180 minutes).
Physical Sciences  Total questions  Questions to attempt  Marks for each correct answer 
Negative marking

Part A  20  15  2  0.5 
Part B  25  20  3.5  0.875 
Part C  30  20  5  1.25 
Total  75  55  200  – 
Part A: This part has 20 questions based on general aptitude subjects. The questions are analytical in character and cover subjects such as quantitative comparison.
Data interpretation reasoning
Analytical graphs
Puzzles and numerical ability
Only 15 of the 20 questions must be attempted. This segment had a score of 30 out of 200.
Each correct answer will receive 2 points, while each incorrect response will receive 0.5 points. This signifies that there will be a 25% negative marking.
Part B: This part will contain 25 multiplechoice questions that will cover the topics covered in Part ‘A’ (CORE) of the syllabus.
Each question received 3.5 points. Candidates must tackle any 20 of the 25 questions. This section receives 70 points out of a possible 200.
A negative marking of 25% will be applied.
Part C: This section has 30 questions from Parts B (Advanced) and A (Basic) (Core).
The goal of this section’s questions is to assess analytical abilities, research abilities, concept clarity, and indepth knowledge of the subject.
The questions require analytical and logical thinking, and candidates must utilise scientific methods and knowledge to find the best answers to a given scientific problem.
Candidates must attempt any 20 of the 30 questions. Each question is worth 5 points. This segment will receive a total score of 100 out of 200.
A negative marking of 25% will be applied.
Physical Science Syllabus has two levels: Core and Advanced. Candidates can review the following syllabus:
Levels  CSIR NET Physical Sciences Syllabus 

Core 

Advanced 

The CSIR NET Life Science exam consists of a single paper with multiplechoice questions. The question paper has a maximum of 200 marks and a time limit of 180 minutes. The paper will be divided into three sections to assess the candidate’s topic knowledge and conceptual clarity.
Life Sciences  Total questions  Questions to attempt  Marks for each correct answer 
Negative marking

Part A  20  15  2  0.5 
Part B  50  35  2  0.5 
Part C  75  25  4  1 
Total  145  75  200  – 
Part A: This part has 20 questions based on general aptitude subjects. The questions are analytical in character and range from themes such as quantitative comparison to qualitative comparison.
Interpretation of data
Analytical graphs
Puzzles and numerical ability
Only 15 of the 20 questions must be attempted. This segment had a score of 30 out of 200.
Each correct answer will receive 2 points, while each incorrect response will receive 0.5 points. This signifies that there will be a 25% negative marking.
Part B: This part is intended to test your memorization and comprehension of the subject. In general, the queries are asked directly.
This portion will have 50 questions, with a maximum of 35 questions being attempted. If you attempt more than that, the first 35 will be scrutinised.
Each question is worth two points, and this part is worth 70 points out of a possible 200. For incorrect responses, negative marking is 25%.
Part C: There are 75 questions total, and you must answer any 25 of them. Each question is worth four points.
Each incorrect response will result in a negative marking of 25%.
The primary goal of this segment is to assess the candidates’ research abilities, analytical aptitude, and technical skills. This necessitates a thorough understanding of scientific concepts and applications.
The following topics are covered in the CSIR NET Life Sciences syllabus. The table below contains a full topicbytopic syllabus for candidates to review:
Earth Sciences is made up of Earth, Atmospheric, Oceanic, and Planetary Sciences sections. The question paper has a maximum of 200 marks and a time limit of 180 minutes. There are three components to the Earth Sciences question paper:
Earth, Atmospheric, Ocean and Planetary Sciences 
Total questions  Questions to attempt  Marks for each correct answer 
Negative marking

Part A  20  15  2  0.5 
Part B  50  35  2  0.5 
Part C  80  25  4  1.32 
Total  150  75  200  – 
Part A: The first goal of this section is to assess students’ analytical and logical thinking abilities. This section includes questions from the broad aptitude category, such as general science.
Research ability and quantitative reasoning and analysis
This section is worth 30 points out of a possible 100. There are a total of 20 questions in this area, and you must answer any 15 of them.
A quarter of a point will be deducted for each incorrect response.
Part B: This section contains 50 questions, of which only 35 must be answered correctly. Each question in this section is worth two points, for a total of 70 points out of a possible 200.
Each incorrect response will result in a negative marking of 25%.
This portion covers the whole course, and the majority of the questions are based on themes from the syllabus. In general, the queries are asked directly. The purpose of this section is to assess a candidate’s memorybased knowledge.
Part C: There are 80 questions in this area, but you only have to answer 25 of them. Each question is worth four points. There will also be a negative marking of 33% for each incorrect answer.
The section received a score of 100 out of 200.
This section was created in such a way that a student’s aptitude for and knowledge of procedures could be tested. This necessitates a thorough understanding of scientific concepts and applications.
The inquiries should be analytical and have a clear notion.
The CSIR NET Earth Sciences Syllabus is divided into the following topics:
Chemical Science, Earth Science, Life Science, Mathematical Science, and Physical Science are the five subjects for which the CSIR NET exam is held.
The CSIR NET Exam will be administered in both English and Hindi.
Yes, except for Part C of Mathematical Sciences, all subjects have negative markings.
No, the exam will not be interrupted; students must complete the test in one sitting.
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