NET Women Studies (Paper II) Papers


The empowerment of women is a requirement of the today’s emerging India, as a developing country, it must give the respect and position of women what they deserved. For the study of problems and obstacles in the path, the Women Studies paper is included as a subject.

Paper Pattern:

NET Women Studies (Paper II) Paper contains objective type questions. The questions are of different type such as matching type, assertion/reasoning type and true/false type. Total number of questions in this paper is 50 and each question carries equal marks. The question paper is in English and one regional language or Hindi. Candidates attempting these questions should know that there is no penalty for wrong answers. The questions have multiple choices and candidates have to choose the correct option from it. The paper is needed to be solved within the given time, so it must be answered fast.

Frequently asked questions:

Questions asked in the paper is of multiple choices, questions asked in this paper are such as on Women’s right, Maternity right, girl child birth rate and death rate, ratio of girl child to boy child, statistics’ related to women in different states, different plans for women’s development and empowerment, women’s right etc. The paper requires general knowledge and awareness of the candidates in the subject.

Total marks and time allotted:

Maximum marks which can be awarded in this paper is 100 and time allotted for this paper is 1 hours and 15 minutes. Question paper is given 5 minutes prior to the examination. Total questions are 50 so candidates have to answer the paper very rapidly.

Recommended Books:

  • Women’s right by Dinkar
  • Human rights of women by Reddy DC
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    i hav compeleted mine graduation from d.u wid zoology hons and now am enrolled in microbiology in . i wud like to know the scope of the subject ?? and how should i prepare fpr the phd???