UGCNET & SET

UGCNET & SET

UGC NET 2019 exam begins today

PUBLISH DATE 20th June 2019

The National Testing Agency (NTA) will conduct the National Eligibility Test (NET) from June 20 to June 28, 2019. This is the second time that the NTA and not the University Grants Commission (UGC) will be conducting the exam. With the change in conducting body, several new initiatives have taken place this year.

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, NTA has also set-up exam centre in Srinagar after several candidates took to social media claiming it was unfair for them to travel to Jammu. Last year, several candidates reportedly from Kashmir missed the exam, as they failed to reach the centre in Jammu.

Change of syllabus: The NTA has changed the exam syllabus for all the subjects under the UGC NET. 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. The UGC NET tests nearly 84 subjects and is held in 91 selected cities.

Change of 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.

The National Testing Agency (NTA) will conduct the National Eligibility Test (NET) from June 20 to June 28, 2019. This is the second time that the NTA and not the University Grants Commission (UGC) will be conducting the exam. With the change in conducting body, several new initiatives have taken place this year.

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, NTA has also set-up exam centre in Srinagar after several candidates took to social media claiming it was unfair for them to travel to Jammu. Last year, several candidates reportedly from Kashmir missed the exam, as they failed to reach the centre in Jammu.

Change of syllabus: The NTA has changed the exam syllabus for all the subjects under the UGC NET. 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. The UGC NET tests nearly 84 subjects and is held in 91 selected cities.

Change of 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.

The National Testing Agency (NTA) will conduct the National Eligibility Test (NET) from June 20 to June 28, 2019. This is the second time that the NTA and not the University Grants Commission (UGC) will be conducting the exam. With the change in conducting body, several new initiatives have taken place this year.

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, NTA has also set-up exam centre in Srinagar after several candidates took to social media claiming it was unfair for them to travel to Jammu. Last year, several candidates reportedly from Kashmir missed the exam, as they failed to reach the centre in Jammu.

Change of syllabus: The NTA has changed the exam syllabus for all the subjects under the UGC NET. 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. The UGC NET tests nearly 84 subjects and is held in 91 selected cities.

Change of 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.

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