17th March, 2020
The National Testing Agency (NTA) has started the application process for UGC NET (National Eligibility Test) June 2020 from Monday 16 March. This time, UGC NET exam will be held between 15 to 20 June. Eligible candidates can register online by April 16 by visiting the official website of UGC ugcnet.nta.nic.in for Net-JRF. With this, fees can be deposited by 17 April.
The UGC NET can be applied to every candidate who is doing or has done a Masters degree in any discipline. Candidates can apply for NET and JRF examination in the same subject in which the candidate has mastered. MA second year students can also apply for this exam.
After the new changes in the year 2019, now the first paper of UGC-NET is of 100 numbers, in which 50 questions are asked. At the same time, 100 mandatory questions are asked in the second paper of 200 numbers. There is a time of three hours for both papers.
On the right answer to every question, the candidate gets two numbers. No separate marks are deducted for wrong answers in this examination. Admit cards will be issued on the official website till May 15 for NET exam. At the same time, its results will be announced by July 5. Explain that to become an assistant professor in the university, it is very important to have UGC-NET.
First of all, visit the official website of UGC ugcnet.nta.nic.in.
- Click on the application form here and go to registration.
- Now fill the requested information and submit.
- Application number will be given through mail and SMS.
- After filling the form, upload the photo and scan signature.
- The application form will be filled as soon as the exam fee is filled.
Keep a print out of it which will work in future.
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