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UGC NET June 2018 registrations to begin today @ ntanet.nic.in

March 01, 2019

NEW DELHI: The National Testing Agency will conduct the UGC NET in June and online registration for the Assistant Professor and JRF eligibility test will begin today i.e., on March 1, 2019.

 

All the interested candidates are informed that there will be two papers in UGC NET and both the papers will be conducted in a single three hour duration. The exam will conducted from June 20-28, 2019. NTA will announce the UGC NET result by mid July’ 2019. Interested and eligible candidates can see the syllabus of the exam available on the official website- ugcnetonline.in. Candidates are informed that they can apply for the UGC NET June exam latest by March 30, 2019.

 

Those candidates who took the exam earlier as well should go through the various changes made in the exam pattern. The duration of the exam has been modified-break of 30 minutes between paper 1 and paper 2 has been removed. Candidates have to attempt both the papers in a single shift which will be of three hours duration.

 

Also , no provision has been made of the optional questions this year. Earlier candidates were allowed to choose 50 out of 60 questions available to them in paper 1. However this time, there will be 50 compulsory questions in total.

 

 

This is the second NET exam to be conducted by the NTA, the testing agency which was established a year before to conduct national level exams. Among other exams the agency conducts NET, JEE Main, NEET are the major ones.

 

 

Courtesy: TOI

 

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