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NTA UGC NET, CSIR-UGC NET application form out HIGHLIGHTS: Unable to apply, here’s what to do

NTA UGC NET, CSIR-UGC NET December 2019 Application Form HIGHLIGHTS: The NET June examinations will be conducted from June 15 to 20, 2020. The online registration process will begin from March 16

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NTA, CSIR-UGC NET 2019 application form HIGHLIGHTS: The NET June examinations will be conducted from June 15 to 20, 2020. Image source: gettyimages.in

NTA UGC NET, CSIR-UGC NET Dec 2019 Application Form HIGHLIGHTS:  The online registration process for the National Testing Agency (NTA UGC NET), Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) UGC NET examination will begin from Monday, September 9, 2019. The candidates who wish to appear for the UGC NET exams can apply through the website nta.ac.in or ntanet.nic.in till October 9.

The June examinations will be conducted from June 15 to 20, 2020. The online registration process will begin from March 16. The CSIR-UGC NET examination will be conducted on December 15, the candidates can download the admit card from November 9, 2019.

Candidates can apply through the website- ntanet.nic.in. Click on the link ‘UGC NET 2019 December registration’. You will be redirected to a new page. Fill in personal details and register. Log-in using the newly created registration number. Fill the form, upload images and download. Make the payment.

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NTA, CSIR-UGC NET 2019 registration process HIGHLIGHTS: Application fee, syllabus, exam pattern, how to apply

UGC NET 2020: Age Limit

Candidates should not be more than 30-year-old. Relaxation of five years is provided for OBC, ST/SC/PwD and transgender candidates. Additionally, three-year relaxation is for LLM degree holders and relaxation up to five years is provided for candidates who have served in armed forces subject to length of service, according to official notification.

UGC NET 2020 : Eligibility

Candidates must have at least 55 per cent marks (without rounding off) in Master’s degree or equivalent exam from recognised universities or institutions. The minimum marks for reserved category candidates is 50 per cent.

What is UGC NET validity?

The UGC NET Certificate for the award of Junior Research fellowship remains valid till three years from the date of declaration of the Result or issuing the certificates. The Certificate for Lectureship has no such validation limit

What is percentile score? How is it calculated?

Percentile scores are scores based on the relative performance of all those who appear for the examination. Basically, the marks obtained are transformed into a scale ranging from 100 to 0 for each session of examinees. The Percentile Score indicates the percentage of candidates that have scored EQUAL TO OR BELOW (same or lower raw scores) that particular Percentile in that examination.

Having trouble applying reach CSC

There are more than 1.5 lakhs Common Services Centres (CSC) across the country which will provide the desired support to candidates from urban as well as rural areas in online submission of application form and payment of fee through e-wallet.

NTA creates an online query redressal system

National Testing Agency (NTA) has established a Query Redressal System (QRS), an online web-enabled system developed by NTA. QRS is the platform based on web technology which primarily aims to enable submission of queries/grievances by the Registered Candidate(s) of UGC-NET December 2019 Examination with (24x7) facility for speedy and favourable redressal of the queries/grievances. A unique Registration Number will be generated for tracking the status of the queries/grievances

No break exam: UGC NET

Just like last year, there will not be any break between paper 1 and paper 2. Earlier, there used to be a gap between the two papers. Paper 1 will have 50 questions for 100 marks while paper 2 will have 100 questions for 200 marks.

Application form out: How to apply

UGC NET application form released at ntanet.nic.in. 

Step 1: Visit ntanet.nic.in
Step 2: Click on Application form online
Step 3: Click on new registration
Step 4: Fill details, register
Step 5: Fill form, upload images
Step 6: Make payment

Paper-I and Paper II of UGC NET

The UGC NET exam is divided into two parts. Paper I is of 100 marks, with 50 questions. Paper-II is of 200 marks, with 100 questions.  Candidates will have to appear in both the exams.

Marking scheme for NET exam

As per the marking scheme, each correct answer is for two marks while there are no negative marking for wrong answers.

NET passing marks

To pass the UGC NET, candidates need to score at least 40 per cent marks (35 per cent for reserved category candidates). Among the qualified candidates, only the top 6 per cent will be declared pass.

Over 9 lakh expected this year

In previous UGC NET, over 9.42 lakh students have appeared in the exam covering 81 subjects. This year too over 9 lakh candidates are expected to appear for the exam. A total of two lists was released by the NTA, one for the candidates qualifying for the assistant professor posts and the other for JRF as well.

CSIR versus UGC NET

The UGC NET tests nearly 84 subjects and is held in 91 selected cities. The test determines the eligibility for either the Assistant Professor post or Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) or both.  While those who clear the CSIR NET are eligible for research under junior research fellowship. 

NTA UGC NET: More females apply, yet more males clear

In June 2019, the number of female applicants was nearly one lakh (93419) more than that of males, yet 3,975 more males qualified for the professorship exam. In NTA’s UGC NET December 2018, the number of males was 1,07,632 less than that of females, yet 637 more males cleared the exam. Read more

UGC NET, CSIR - result and exam dates

The application link for both the exams will be closed on October 9. The exam for the UGC NET will be held for days - beginning from December 2 and concluding on December 6. The CSIR-NET will be held on one day - December 15. Ther result for both the exams will be declared on the same date - December 31, as per the NTA schedule.

NTA's first CISR NET

While the NTA has conducted the UGC NET exam before this will be the first time that the UGC-CSIR NET will also be conducted by the agency.

NTA to host UGC NET and CSIR UGC NET

Th National Testing Agency (NTA) to hold the exams for National Eligibility Test (NET) which was earlier conducted by the University Grants Commission (UGC) as well as the NET conducted jointly by UGC and CISR. The application or registration process for both the exams will begin today - September 9. Interested candidates can start applying at nta.ac.in. 

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NTA, CSIR-UGC NET 2019 registration process HIGHLIGHTS: The NET June examinations will be conducted from June 15 to 20, 2020. <em>Image source: gettyimages.in </em>

NTA, CSIR-UGC NET 2019 registration process HIGHLIGHTS: The NET is held for eligibility for Assistant Professor post only or Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) or both. Those who clear the JRF will be eligible to receive scholarships from the University Grants Commission.