UGC NET Exam Date: The National Testing Agency (NTA) has effectively led the internet-based application for the University Grants Commission National Eligibility Test (UGC NET) December 2021 and June 2022 tests will be directed soon. For every one of the applicants who has applied online for the UGC NET 2022, all those tests will be held soon. To know more about the exam the applicant needs to visit the authority site of UGC NET regularly. NTA organizes the UGC NET exam two times a year, which is one time in June and the other in December.
UGC NET test is conducted for the eligibility for the Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) and Assistant Professor post. The authority has not announced the date of the exam yet.
As we all know, this year NTA has expanded the number of Exam Centers for the comfort of the applicants. UGC NET Exams are led by National Testing Agency (NTA) two times a year to choose the eligible ‘Junior Research Fellowship and Assistant Professor both’ for the recognized Indian Universities or Colleges. NTA gives the opportunity to the applicants to register/apply for the UGC NET 2022 till 20 May 2022.
The National Testing Agency is supposed to lead the upcoming UGC NET exam, in the month of June or July 2022. The exam will be directed to 224 cities across the country. While filling out the application forms, the applicants need to enter 4 exam cities of their ideal UGC NET Exam Center Code and Subject Code. Furthermore, during the distribution of admit cards, NTA will be assigned one of the UGC NET Exam Centers to the applicants in view of their preferences and areas.
NTA Exam Schedule and Exam Pattern
- NTA is going to organize the UGC NET exam through an online mode which is Computer Based Test (CBT).
- This UGC NET exam will consist of two papers, Paper I and Paper-II.
- The UGC NET exam will be conducted in two-phase
- Both papers will take a total time of 3 hours without any break.
The timing of the examination is as:
- The first shift will start from 09.00 am to 12.00 pm and the second shift will start from 03.00 pm to 06.00 pm.
- Paper 1st will consist of a total number of 50 multiple choice questions which contains 2 marks for each right answer and a total of 100 marks for all 50 right answers.
- Paper 2nd will consist of a total number of 100 multiple choice questions which contains 2 marks for each right answer and a total of 200 marks for all 100 right answers.
- The medium of the exam will be either Hindi or English it depends on the candidate which medium he/she wants to choose for the exam.
- There is no provision for negative marking.
- The candidate must keep in mind that there will be no break between the two papers.