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UGC NET 24th Nov 2021 Question Paper Analysis (Available) – Check Paper 1, 2 (Economics) Review

Sakunth Kumar
Sakunth KumarUpdated On: November 24, 2021 | UGC NET

Day 4 of UGC NET 2021 is being conducted for six subjects including Economics. Check the detailed question paper analysis of UGC NET 24th November 2021 Paper 1 & Economics (Paper 2) here.

UGC NET 24th Nov 2021 Question Paper Analysis (Available) – Check Paper 1, 2 (Economics) Review

Day 4 of UGC NET 2021 is being conducted on November 24 in two shifts for 6 subjects. The major subject in Paper 2 that is being conducted on the fourth day is Economics. On Day 1, 2 & 3, the difficulty level of Paper 1 was moderate, but it was slightly hard on Day 3. On this page, you can check the detailed question paper analysis of UGC NET 2021 for Paper 2 (Economics) and Paper 1. The analysis available on this page is prepared on the basis of feedback received from experts and students.

UGC NET 24th November 2021 Paper 1 Analysis: Major Highlights

Some of the major highlights of UGC NET 24th November 2021 Paper 1 analysis are as follows –

  • The overall difficulty level of Paper 1 was difficult
  • There was only one question on Effective Teaching
  • There were fewer questions from  Research Aptitude
  • The topics that were asked in Research Aptitude were Sequence of Research Methodology, Extraneous Variables, Experimental, Qualitative, Types of Research
  • From Communication, the questions were asked from topics - Barriers of Communication, Math the Column, Effective Communication
  • From Higher Education, the questions were asked from topics - Kothari Commission (first Commission), Central Universities, Swayam Prabha Sattelite, Kisan Credit Card, SEBI, Ayushman Bharat
  • From Information & Communication, the questions were asked from topics - WWW, Bits, DVD, Match the Following on Compiler, Firewall, Application, Software
  • From Environment, the questions were asked from topics - Central Pollution Control Board, Solar Energy, Kyto & Paris Agreement, Ground Water Pollution, UNFCCC City
  • From Logical Reasoning, the questions were asked from topics - Indian Logic (2 questions), Hetu or Sadhiya, Mood Figure, Fallacy, Praman
  • From Mathematics & Reasoning, the questions were asked from topics - Syllogism (3-4 questions), Series, Compound Interest, Percentage, Time, Speed, Distance
  • From Data Interpretation, there was a question on Students Failed Passed

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UGC NET 24th Nov 2021 Paper 1 Topic-Wise Weightage

The topic-wise weightage of UGC NET 24th November 2021 Paper 1 is as follows -

Name of the TopicApproximate No. of Questions Asked
Higher Education9
Environment7
Maths & Reasoning6
Logical Reasoning5
Reading Comprehension5
Others18

UGC NET 24th November 2021 Economics Analysis: Major Highlights

UGC NET 2021 Economics took place in the first shift on November 24. The major highlights of the analysis are as follows –

  • As per the feedback received, Paper 2 (Economics) was on the easier side than Paper 1
  • Some questions from previous years' papers were repeated

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