2017 UGC NET examination admit card is going to be released this week, as per the official words from the examination conducting authority – the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). CBSE will conduct the National Eligibility Test (NET) on the behalf of University Grants Commission (UGC) for determining the eligibility for Assistant Professor and Junior Research Fellowship. The applicants are required to get UGC NET admit card to know their exam center details.
Soon the application will be released on the official website, after release candidate by logging into their personal panel and entering their roll number and date of birth can download it from the official website, UGC has officially announced that no candidate will be allowed to enter the examination of without admit card, so the applicants are required to get UGC NET admit card as it also carries the exam center details.
The candidates will have to report at their respective exam center 2 hours 30 minutes prior to the commencement of exam. No candidate will be allowed to enter the exam center/ hall after the commencement of exam.Every year thousands of students register themselves for the said examination and this year more than 10 lakh students have registered themselves. CBSE will administer UGC NET 2017 exam at over one thousand centers in 91 NET exam cities spread across the Country.
The CBSE board has officially announced that UGC NET Nov 2017 admit card will be uploaded on the official website in the third week of October 2017. The candidates will have to download UGC NET admit card from the website and appear in the exam only at the designated exam center.” Also, as per the schedule followed by CBSE for past UGC NET exams, the admit cards should be issued at least 20 days prior to the exam date.
On 5th November UGC NET 2017 exam is scheduled to be held and hence the admit card will be made available to all the applicants within this week only, most probably in a day or two. The National Eligibility Test covers total 84 subjects and will be conducted as three separate papers:
- Paper 1 will consist of 50 questions, each having 2 marks and will be conducted from 9.30 am to 10.45 am. The questions will be to test the reasoning ability, comprehension, divergent thinking and general awareness of the candidates.
- Paper 2 will also consist of 50 questions based on the subject chosen by the applicants. The paper will be conducted from 11.15 am to 12.30 pm.
- Paper 3 will consist of 75 subject-specific questions and will be conducted from 2 pm to 4.30 pm. The candidates will have to mark the answers of all three papers in OMR sheet.
This year, the qualification criteria were changed by UGC for NET exam. The minimum qualifying marks (aggregate) are 40% for General and 35% for others in all 3 papers taken together. Top 6 percent of the candidates appeared in all three papers will be declared NET qualified by CBSE.
Candidates can visit the official website for more information.