UGC NET December 2018 Registration Started at

UGC NET December 2018 Registration Started at

UGC NET Registration December 2018

University Grants Commission National Eligibility Test  Registration December 2018 has been started and will last until 30th September 2018.  As the National Testing Agency will conduct the National Eligibility Test on the behalf of UGC.  It will be organized twice a year, once in December and the second time in the month of July.  December exam is scheduled to be held from 9th December to 23rd December. 

UGC National Eligibility Test Registration Dec. 2018

All the eligible candidates can make registration through the official web portal of NTA NET 2018 –  The new applicant’s registration can be done in three steps–  fill the application form firstly, upload the scanned photograph and signature and pay the examination fee.  Already registered applicants can sign in using application number and password.  Under step 1, applicants have to enter the required information correctly.  Candidates also have to create a password.  Once the form completed, an application number will be generated and candidates should not that number.

University Grants Commission NET Registration December 2018

Examination Fee:  For General applicants have to pay Rs.800/-, For OBC applicants Rs.400/-, For SC/ST applicants with disabilities/Transgender Rs.200/-.

Payment can be made using debit card/credit card/net banking/e-challan.  After successful payment, candidates will be able to print the confirmation page.  If in case the confirmation page is not generated, then the transaction is canceled and the amount will be refunded to the applicant/s account.

Educational Qualification: 

Candidates who have completed master’s degree or equivalent from a recognized university/institution with at least 55% marks are eligible for the National Eligibility Test. Minimum required marks are 50 percent for the applicants belonging to SC/ST/OBC category and transgender applicants.

One of the major changes made is, National Testing Agency will conduct 2 papers instead of 3 papers. Paper I will consist of questions to access the teaching/research aptitude of the applicant. A total of 50 multiple choice questions would be there is the paper I and each question would carry 100 marks.  One hour duration would be given to finish the Paper I.  The paper 2 will comprise of 100 questions based on the subject selected by the applicants.  Each question of paper 2 also carries 2 marks and candidates will be given 2 hours duration.

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