November 23, 2019 6:38:02 pm
NTA UGC NET December 2019: The National Testing Agency (NTA) has released date and subject-wise schedule for the National Eligibility Test (NET). The eligibility exam for junior research fellowship (RF) and an assistant professor is scheduled to be conducted from December 2 to 6, for 81 subjects. A total of 10,34,872 candidates have applied for the test.
The exam will be held in two shifts. The morning shift will be conducted from 9:30 am to 12:30 pm while the second shift will be from 2:30 pm to 5:30 pm. Candidates who have applied for the exam can check their date and time at the official website, nta.ac.in or ntanet.nic.in. The NTA had released admit card for the exam last week.
NTA UGC NET December 2019: Exam schedule
The NTA had changed the exam syllabus for all the subjects under the UGC NET last year which will also be followed this year. The revised and detailed syllabus is available at the website. In some cases, only a slight change is made. Candidates who are appearing for the exam should prepare accordingly.
Till last year, the exam was conducted in two parts — paper I and paper II with a gap period in between but the NTA has decided to conduct both papers in one go. As soon as the time allotted for paper-I is over, the paper-II will begin. Earlier, it was said that the exam will be conducted only once a year but the same was rollbacked later.
Meanwhile, the Agricultural Scientist Recruitment Board (ASRB) has rescheduled the Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) National Eligibility Test (NET) 2019.
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