UGC NET registration can be done on the official website hosted by Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), cbsenet.nic.in.
Candidates who complete their application process on time will be allowed to correct their particulars in the application form on the website from April 25 to May 5, 2018. The board will upload the admit cards for the exam on the website starting third week of June 2018.
The exam will be conducted for 84 subjects. UGC NET is conducted for selection of candidates for Junior Research Fellowship and is also an essential eligibility criterion for candidates who wish to be recruited as an Assistant Professor.
This year, CBSE has made certain significant changes to the CBSE UGC NET paper pattern. Instead of three, the exam will consist of only two papers. Paper I will be of general nature and will carry 100 marks. There will be 50 objective questions each carrying two marks and will assess candidates research/teaching aptitude. Paper II will have 100 objective questions carrying 2 marks each. Paper II will be subject specific.
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