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NTA UGC NET, CSIR NET admit card 2019 HIGHLIGHTS: From change in exam pattern to steps to download hall ticket

NTA CSIR NET, UGC NET Admit Card December 2019 HIGHLIGHTS: The admit card for over 13 lakh candidates will release today. The exam is scheduled to be conducted in December.

By: Careers Desk | New Delhi | Updated: November 11, 2019 10:17:53 am
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NTA UGC NET, CSIR NET Admit Card December 2019 HIGHLIGHTS: The National Testing Agency (NTA) released the admit card or hall tickets for the joint CSIR National Eligibility Test (NET) and the UGC NET today – November 9. Those who have applied can download their admit card from the official website, nta.ac.in or ugcnet.nta.nic.in.

The director-general (DG) of NTA, Vineet Joshi informed indianexpress.com, that over 13 lakh candidates have applied for both CSIR NET and UGC NET. While in UGC NET the number of applications is over 10 lakh, nearly 3 lakh have applied for CSIR NET.

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NTA’s UGC NET is scheduled to be conducted from December 2 to December 6, 2019. NTA’s CSIR NET will be conducted on December 15. NET was earlier conducted by the University Grants Commission (UGC) to test the eligibility of candidates to be recruited as teachers.

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    10:17 (IST)11 Nov 2019
    Number of candidates for December 2019

    A total of 10,34,869 candidates applied for the UGC NET covering 81 subjects while 2,82,116 candidates applied for CSIR NET which covers five subject

    10:17 (IST)11 Nov 2019
    Number of candidates for December 2019

    A total of 10,34,869 candidates applied for the UGC NET covering 81 subjects while 2,82,116 candidates applied for CSIR NET which covers five subject

    18:33 (IST)09 Nov 2019
    Least applications in UGC NET for these subjects

    Least number of candidates registered were in Prakrit with 44, and Kashmiri in 53. Chinese, which was considered to be a popular language too was limited to 73 candidates for UGC NET June 2019, according to official data.

    18:30 (IST)09 Nov 2019
    Most candidates from Kolkata in June exam

    According to official data, the maximum number of candidates were from Kolkata. A total of 10 shifts were held for 25,076 candidates while the minimum number of candidates appeared from Tripura were 23.

    18:29 (IST)09 Nov 2019
    More females applied in NTA NET June 2019

    While a total of 9,56,837 candidates appeared for the exam, female candidates outnumbered the males. A total of 5,33,225 female candidates registered against 4,24,595 males.

    18:09 (IST)09 Nov 2019
    NTA releases CSIR admit card

    18:03 (IST)09 Nov 2019
    Changes name or got married? Make these changes in UGC NET admit card

    Candidates whose names have been changed due to marriage, need to carry marriage certificate, divorce document, legal name change documents, or any other document supporting the same.

    17:49 (IST)09 Nov 2019
    Issues finding admit card, here is what to do

    If candidates are not able to download their admit card or if there is an error in the printed details, then candidates must contact the authority at the helpline number – 0120-6895200, between 10 am to 5 pm. NTA will only consider such queries between November 9 to 16, 2019

    17:39 (IST)09 Nov 2019
    UGC NET new syllabys

    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.

    17:38 (IST)09 Nov 2019
    Things to do with the admit card

    Once the admit card is released, candidates will have to paste their photograph on it. It should be the same as that uploaded in the form. Valid photo id proof which the candidates can carry with UGC NET 2019 admit card can be —pan card, driving license, voter id, passport, Aadhaar card or enrolment number, and ration card.

    17:38 (IST)09 Nov 2019
    Things to do with the admit card

    Once the admit card is released, candidates will have to paste their photograph on it. It should be the same as that uploaded in the form. Valid photo id proof which the candidates can carry with UGC NET 2019 admit card can be —pan card, driving license, voter id, passport, Aadhaar card or enrolment number, and ration card.

    17:38 (IST)09 Nov 2019
    Things to do with the admit card

    Once the admit card is released, candidates will have to paste their photograph on it. It should be the same as that uploaded in the form. Valid photo id proof which the candidates can carry with UGC NET 2019 admit card can be —pan card, driving license, voter id, passport, Aadhaar card or enrolment number, and ration card.

    16:42 (IST)09 Nov 2019
    NTA query redressal platform

    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/grievance of students

    16:11 (IST)09 Nov 2019
    What is NET's percentile score and how to calculate

    The NTA will release the score in percentile form. 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.

    15:43 (IST)09 Nov 2019
    Change in exam pattern

    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.

    14:51 (IST)09 Nov 2019
    More women apply but more men clear NET exam

    The National Eligibility Test (NET) is a prerequisite for securing an assistant professor post. Despite more applications, the number of women clearing NET is way lesser than men.  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. 

    14:29 (IST)09 Nov 2019
    UGC NET June 2019: Number of females rose

    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

    14:18 (IST)09 Nov 2019
    CSIR v/s NET: Whats the basic difference

    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. 

    14:12 (IST)09 Nov 2019
    Number of applications increased from June exam

    In March 2019, over 9.56 lakh candidates appeared for UGC NET, the eligibility test held to fill government teachers post. Every year, nearly over 10 lakh appear for the NET.  This year, over 10 lakh have registered for the exam.

    14:09 (IST)09 Nov 2019
    UGC NET result 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

    14:06 (IST)09 Nov 2019
    Admit card and these documents must on exam day

    On the exam day, candidates have to carry the admit card as a print copy. Along with it, candidates also need to carry one passport size photograph and one valid photo id proof, as the original. 

    14:04 (IST)09 Nov 2019
    CBSE's UGC NET

    While CBSE last conducted the UGC NET exam in 2017, about 9.30 lakh candidates had registered for the same. The exam was conducted in 91 cities at 1700 exam centres.

    13:59 (IST)09 Nov 2019
    Now, UGC NET conducted twice a year

    Till June 2018, the CBSE conducted the NET in 84 subjects at 91 selected Cities of spread across the country. Since Dec 2018 onwards, the UGC- NET is being conducted by the NTA.

    13:58 (IST)09 Nov 2019
    Sheet for rough work in exam

    Candidates are not allowed to carry any paper in the exam to prevent cheating, however, the NTA will provide a rough sheet which candidates will have to submit while leaving the exam hall.

    13:43 (IST)09 Nov 2019
    UGC NET exam reporting time

    The candidates shall report at the Examination Centre two hours before the commencement of the examination so as to complete the frisking and registration formalities well before time. The registration desk will be closed 30 minutes prior to the examination, as per the NTA. The reporting time will also be mentioned as per the exam session on the admit card.

    13:22 (IST)09 Nov 2019
    CSIR NET exam pattern

    The CSIR exam will consist of three parts, all of which will consist of objective type, multiple-choice questions. There will be no break between papers. In the paper, there will be three sections — A (20 questions), B (40 questions) and C (60 questions), of which candidates will have to attempt a minimum of 75 questions. Each question will carry two marks and the exam will be of a total of 200 marks. For every wrong answer, 0.5 marks will be deducted in A and B part while in part C, one mark will be deducted.

    13:16 (IST)09 Nov 2019
    UGC NET exam pattern

    The UGC NET exam will be divided into two parts. Paper-I will assess teaching, research aptitude of candidates, while Paper II will be based on the subject selected by the candidates. Paper I will be of 100 marks while paper II of 200.

    13:09 (IST)09 Nov 2019
    Qualifying marks for UGC NET, CSIR NET, JRF

    Anyone who scores 55 per cent marks in the exam is considered qualified (50 per cent for reserved category) for the CSIR. While the criteria is common for UGC NET for the assistant professorship, only the top six per cent qualifying candidates out of those selected are shortlisted for the post of assistant professor.

    13:03 (IST)09 Nov 2019
    UGC NET and CSIR NET: Subjects or exams

    The CSIR NET exam will be held for chemical sciences, earth atmospheric ocean and planetary science, life science, mathematical sciences and physical sciences only. The UGC NET consists of a total of 81 subjects. The candidates are advised to appear for the exam in which they have obtained their postgraduate degree. In case their subject is not available on the list, candidates will be eligible to appear in a related subject. Read details

    12:50 (IST)09 Nov 2019
    UGC NET JRF stipend

    The stipend of a JRF selected through both CSIR and UGC National Eligibility Test (NET) will be Rs 31,000 per month for the first two years. In addition, an annual contingency grant of Rs 20,000 per fellow will be provided to the university or institute. On completion of two years as JRF and if one is registered for PhD, the fellowship will be upgraded to SRF (NET) and the stipend will be increased to Rs 35,000 monthly.

    12:40 (IST)09 Nov 2019
    UGC NET June 2020 details out

    Earlier UGC used to conduct the NET. The NTA has announced to conduct the exam twice a year. Now NET is held in December and June. The dates for UGC NET June 2020 have also been released and the exam will be held from June 15 to 20, 2020. The application forms for the June exam will release on March 16, 2020.

    12:35 (IST)09 Nov 2019
    Admit card to have candidates details and exam instructions

    Admit card will have details of the exam date, timing, centre address, roll number, the application number, reporting timing among others. Exam instructions are also given at the end of the admit card.

    12:28 (IST)09 Nov 2019
    CSIR, NET admit card today

    NET will be held between December 2 and 6, while CSIR NET will be conducted on December 15. The admit cards for both will be released today.

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    UGC NET December HIGHLIGHTS 2019: The NET examination will be of two papers, paper 1 will consist of 50 questions of 100 marks, paper 2 will carry 100 questions of 200 marks. 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 (UGC).