UGC NET Exam Advance City Slip Released, Download, Check Exam Date

UGC NET paper is objective-type multiple choice based. The duration of the paper will be of 3 hours. There will be two papers in this exam.

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from National Testing Agency UGC NET Advance city and center slip has been issued for the exam. The schedule for UGC NET December 2021 and June 2022 exams has already been released. According to the released notification, this slip is for the examinations to be held on October 08, 2022. In such a situation, the candidates who are going to appear in the UGC NET exam can download it by visiting the official website nta.ac.in and ugcnet.nta.nic.in.

The UGC NET exams are being conducted to qualify for Junior Research Fellowship in Computer Based Test (CBT) and Computer Based Test (CBT) for Assistant Professor. Candidates can check the slip by the steps given below.

UGC NET Exam Slip: Download Here

step 1: First of all visit the official website of UGC NET, ugcnet.nta.nic.in.

Step 2: On the home page, click on the Advanced Intimation Slip download link.

Step 3: Submit by entering login credentials here.

Step 4: Your exam city and center slip will be displayed on the screen.

Step 5: Check and download it and take a printout and keep it with you for further reference.

UGC NET Exam Slip Click here to view.

Candidates should note that this is not an admit card for the examination. This is only a pre-given information of the allotted exam city for the convenience of the candidates. Through this list they can know which will be their exam center.

At the same time, the admit cards for the examination will be released on time. In such a situation, candidates are advised to keep an eye on the official website, so that they can get information about the hall ticket.

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UGC NET Exam on 8th October

UGC NET The paper is objective-type multiple choice based. The duration of the paper will be of 3 hours. There will be two papers in this exam. The paper will be of 1100 marks with 50 questions. Whereas Paper 2 will have 100 questions of 200 marks. For more details see the notification available on the website.