August 2018 Updates - UGC has clarified that NTA will keep conducting NET. So the clouds of doubts over the holding of Dec 2018 NET have got cleared. Since 2014, the National Eligibility Test was in the domain of CBSE. However, last year, CBSE had shown its inability regarding conducting the test owing to overburden caused by other exams such as NEET, JEE Main Etc.
UGC has released the notification for Dec 2018 NET. The National Test Agency will conduct this test instead of CBSE.
|NET 2018||By NTA in December 2018|
|Test Date||From 9th to 23 Dec 2018|
|Admit Card release Date||In the beginning of Dec 2018 ( Will be updated later )|
The e-Admission certificate ( Admit Card ) to the Registered Candidates for the Dec 2018 NET shall be available soon. The candidates can get their JRF/ LS Admit Card from below along with the Syllabus and Question Papers. Date of release of Roll No Card on 21st of June on the occasion of International Yoga Day.
Important facts for the candidates to know about NET 2018- 2019-
- NTA will conduct this exam from this time.
- Two papers instead of 3 three papers.
- Total Marks for both Paper 1 and Paper 1 - 100 Marks, Paper 2 - 200 Marks
- Paper 1 - 50 Questions ( Compulsory )
- Paper 2 - 100 Questions ( Specific Subject )
- Duration for the test - 120 Minutes
- Date of Result - 10th of Jan 2019
Status of the Admit Card : Available soon. Best of luck for NET 2018.
Examweb Alert : As a few days to go for the Eligibility test, the candidates are advised to focus on their studies as far as the downloading of their admit card is concerned they can do it right now. There shall be 3 exams and all of them will carry questions in Objective Type nature.
This is the eligibility Test that makes the candidates eligible for Lectureship, and Junior Research Fellowship. CBSE shall conduct the UGC NET for Eighty Subjects in Eighty Nine Selected Cities as examination Centres.
Check Qualifying Percentage for Dec 2018 -
The revised qualifying criteria for UGC NET is now 6%. In June 2015 it was 4.83% whereas in Dec 2015 it was 4.96%. The successful marks criteria for July 2016 and January 2017 it was 4.08% and 3.99% respectively.
Net Admit Card Releasing Date - December 2018
The candidates can also grab their Admit Cards for the said Eligibility Test from the links of websites below -
About UGC Exams
UGC holds this eligibility test twice a year- once in December and second in June. There are two types of Exams - CSIR and NET. CSIR is for the science candidates who wish to go for the Research work in the particular subjects especially in science subjects. These students get the scholarships for doing any Research work and pursuing the PhD. The NET candidates are expected to work as Sr Lecturer or Asst Professor in the Colleges and Universities.
UGC NET Dec Admit Card 2018-2019 - Download Roll No. / Exam Date
As it is indicated above that the NET is to take place from 9th to 23rd Dec 2018, the whole focus is on the NET Call Letters now. The students may be giving the final touch to their preparation to UGC NET. This test is very necessary for them to clear to get this one of the most reputed jobs in the field of higher educational institutions. The e-admit cards can be downloaded following the steps provided below -
Check the method of downloading Roll No. -
- It's very simple to obtain the UGC NET Admit Card.
- First of all ensure that you are at the official website or just click here.
- Here take step to reach the page containing " NET Dec 2018 e-Admit Cards".
- Fill the sough details.
- The Admit Cards shall appear.
- Take out its print.
UGC Exam Pattern :
There are two papers for NET. Paper 1 is of the general paper whereas the Paper 2 is the Specific Exam with the specific content. There shall also be the third paper. All the papers are Objective Types. The General Paper includes chiefly the Reasoning, G.K etc.
For any of the information regarding the CSIR UGC NET visit the official online Address - http://www.ugcnetonline.in/
Best of luck for your exam and then result.
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