CSIR UGC NET 2020: NET exam date released

Created on: 2020-10-17 09:53:28 | Author: Sanjeev Mishra | Home Page | Exams

Delhi: The National Testing Agency has released a notice on its official website about postponing the joint CSIR-UGC NET June 2020 exam. CSIR NET was to be held on June 21, 2020. Subsequently, the examination was postponed. Now according to the latest update, the National Testing Agency has decided to conduct joint CSIRUGC NET, June 2020 on November 19, 21 and 26, 2020.

The official notice stated, "Keeping in mind the academic interest of a large number of students / candidates, the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) agreed to the proposal of MHRD (now MoE) for conducting various entrance (and other) examinations. Has "

Admit cards will be issued on nta.ac.in a few days before the commencement of the examination. Candidate's admit card will indicate roll number, center, date, shift and exam time etc. and will be available for download.

The NTA has also asked the candidates and their parents to keep visiting the official website of Joint CSIR-UGC NET, June 2020 csirnet.nta.nic.in and nta.ac.in for the latest updates.

In the notice, the NTA says that it will issue the admit card shortly before the exam date. The CSIR UGC-NET Admit Card, once issued, can be downloaded on the official website csirnet.nta.nic.in by following these steps

How to download the CSIR UGC NET Admit Card 2020 after its release:

  • Go to the official website csirnet.nta.nic.in
  • Click on the link "CSIR UGC NET Admit Card 2020" on the homepage
  • A new page will appear on the display screen
  • Key in your credentials and login
  • CSIR UGC NET Admit Card 2020 will appear on the display screen
  • Download the admit card and print it out for future reference

NET exam format

The CSIR exam will have three parts, all of which will be objective type, multiple choice questions. There will be no break between the papers. In the paper, there will be three sections - A will have 20 questions of general aptitude, out of which students will have to answer 15 questions of two marks each. In Section B, the traditional MCQ related to the topic will be asked. This section will be of 70 marks. The maximum number of questions to be attempted will be in the range of 20-35. Section C will contain high value questions that can test the candidate's knowledge of scientific concepts and / or application of scientific concepts.

 

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