NET Comparative Study of Religions (Paper II) Papers


NET examination of Comparative study of Religions is designed such that it involves the study of different religions in India. It comprises the different ways and approaches of any particular religion. The course is very mush significant as in India there are so many religions and a rich and diverse culture.

Paper Pattern:

NET Comparative Study of Religions paper is an objective paper. Questions asked in the paper consist of 4 choices and candidates have to choose 1 from it. Questions in the paper are of four different types; multiple – choice, matching type, sequencing type and assertion. Total number of questions in the paper is 50 and each question carries equal marks. There is no alternative of any question, so every question must be attempted. Candidates appearing in this paper should have a good knowledge of different religions. There is no negative marking in the paper.

Frequently asked questions:

Questions asked in the paper of NET Comparative Study of Religions are of objective type. Questions asked are on nature & scope of religions, major religions such as Hinduism, Buddhism, Christianity etc.,  harmony & social aspects of religions, different religions origin, Founders and profounder, major scriptures etc.

Total Marks and time allotted:

Maximum marks which can be obtained in this paper are 100 and time allotted for it is 1 hour and 15 minutes. Paper is of objective type, so candidates should answer these questions very fast and choose the correct option for every question.

Recommended Books:

Comparative Study of World Religions by Dr. Muhammad Sharif Chaudhry

Comparative Study of Religions by J. Wach

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