Get Information About UGC NET Exam, Syllabus, Admit Card, and Result
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The UGC NET exam is basically conducted in three phases – Paper 1, Paper 2, and Paper 3. While Paper 1 is a general exam which every candidate needs to appear for, Paper 2 and Paper 3 are required to be taken by candidates according to the subject selected by them. The exam is mainly conducted to assess the teaching and researching capabilities of a candidate for the eligibility of a candidate for Assistant Professor only or Junior Research Fellowship and for Assistant Professor both in Indian colleges and universities
UGC NET Syllabus
Candidates who have applied for the exam should first have the up-to-date information about the UGC NET syllabus. You can get complete information about the syllabus by visiting the official website of the NTA. You can also refer to the following link https://www.examsplanner.in/
UGC NET Solved Papers
One of the best ways to prepare for the UGC NET exam is to refer to the questions papers of previous years. Practicing these solved UGC NET papers of previous years help you get the idea as to how the pattern of the exam will be and how you need to plan your preparation. To get UGC NET solved papers of previous years, you can refer to the link https://www.examsplanner.in/
UGC NET Admit Card
When appearing for the UGC NET exam, you will need to provide your UGC NET admit card. You can get your admit card from the official website of NTA by signing into your account using your application number and password. The UGC NET 2018 (December) admit card is more likely to be released on 19th November 2018. Make sure to take out the printout of the admit card and bring it along with your original identity proof to the venue of your examination. Your admit card will have all the information such as your exam venue, timing, date, and other relevant information.
UGC NET Result
Taking the UGC NET result date in consideration of the previous years, the result for UGC NET 2018 (December) is more likely to be released on 10th January 2019. Candidates can visit the official website of NTA and check out their result using the login credentials. The answer key along with the scan copies of candidates' OMR sheers will be released before the declaration of the result. This will help in candidates assess their performance in the examination.
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