UGC NET exams will be conducted by NTA from November 20 to December 3 in total 81 subjects at different test centers across the country.
Wait for UGC Net admit card has been over as the National Testing Agency has released the same for UGC NET December 2020 and June 2021 combined examination today. Aspirants have long been waiting for the exams get conducted.
Now, candidates can download their admit card from the official website — ugcnet.nta.nic.in
The last NET exam was conducted in September 2020, since then exams have been postponed at least four times for various reason including Covid 19.
The exams will be conducted by NTA from November 20 to December 3 in total 81 subjects at different test centers across the country. For the unversed, NET exam is conducted to determine the eligibility criteria for the post of Assistant Professor and Junior Research Fellowship or only for Assistant Professor in Indian Universities and colleges.
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What do you need to download UGC NET Admit Card 2021?
Steps to download the NET admit card—
- Log on to www.ugcnet.nta.nic.in
- Find ‘download admit card’ button on the homepage.
- Enter your application number and date of birth.
- By now, UGC NET Admit Card 2021 must be appearing on your device screen, save it.
- Now, take a print out and keep it with you.
The UGC NET exam will be held online at your nearest center. There will be no negative marking. Feel free to mark most appropriate option. There will be two papers, first will be common for all the aspirants irrespective of subject chosen and the second paper will be of your main paper.
If needed, you may contact the NTA helpdesk through the telephone number 011-40759000 or on email address— [email protected]
Aspirants are required to bring admit card and a passport size photograph pasted on it. Candidates are also advised to bring a photo ID card conform with the instructions mentioned on the backside of admit card.
The Newster wished you best for exams and hopes you don’t have to download UGC NET admit card again.