Kapil Rawat|Oct 16, 2021
UGC NET 2020: New Guidelines Update, Check details
NEW DELHI: National Testing Agency has released the exam dates of UGC NET for the June session. The exam was supposed to be conducted in June which was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. However, candidates have to follow the new guidelines as per the government in wake of COVID-19. Aspirants who successfully applied for the UGC NET June session will be able to download the admit card of UGC NET soon on the official website in online mode.
UGC NET 2020 : Important Dates
National Testing Agency
Application Form Start Date
March 16, 2020
Last Date to fill the Application Form
June 30, 2020
Admit Card Release Date
UGC NET Exam (June session)
September 16-18, 2020
September 21- 28, 2020
UGC NET 2020: New Guidelines
COVID-19 is spreading around the world on a high scale. Amidst this pandemic. Candidates need to follow the new guidelines as per the government norms to lower the risk of a pandemic. Check below what all candidates need to follow:
Candidates have to wear the mask and gloves at the exam center.
It is mandatory to have Aarogya Setu App in the candidate’s smartphone. Having moderate or risk status on Aarogya Setu will not be allowed.
Candidates have to carry a water bottle, a bottle of sanitizer, and a pen of their own.
The body temperature will be tested with thermo guns. Only then candidates are allowed to enter.
In case any of the responses in declaration suggest COVID 19 infection/symptoms, the candidate will not be permitted in the exam centre
Candidates have to carry the admit card of UGC NET along with the photo identity proof both the original and photocopy.
More about UGC NET ;
UGC NET is the national level eligibility test conducted by the National Testing Agency. NTA conducts this exam for the eligibility of Assistant Professor/Lecturers and Junior Research Fellowship. Candidates have to fill the application form and secure the UGC NET cut off to get qualified in this examination. The exam is conducted for two papers. Paper I is common for all the students whereas Paper II is based on the chosen subject out of 101 subject choices provided by the examination authority.
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