UGC NET Admit Card 2019: National Testing Agency releases UGC NET 2019 hall ticket on official website; check ntanet.nic.in
UGC NET Admit Card 2019: The National Testing Agency released the admit card for the UGC NET 2019 exams today (27 May) on the official website ntanet.nic.in.
This year, the NTA will conduct the UGC NET 2019 examination on 20, 21 June and from 24 to 28 June
The NTA had released the UGC NET 2019 notification on 1 March and the application process concluded on 30 March
The UGC NET 2019 result will likely be declared on 15 July
UGC NET Admit Card 2019: The National Testing Agency (NTA) released the admit card for the UGC NET 2019 exams today (Monday, 27 May) on the official website ntanet.nic.in.
The admit card was scheduled to be released on 15 May, but an official UGC NET notification had later said that release of the admit card had been postponed to 27 May.
This year, the NTA will conduct the UGC NET 2019 exams on 20 and 21 June and from 24 to 28 June. The exams will be conducted in two shifts. The first shift will start from 9.30 am and end at 12.30 pm, and the second shift will be from 2.30 pm to 5.30 pm.
Steps to download UGC NET Admit Card 2019:
Step 1: Visit the official website ntanet.nic.in
Step 2: Click on the link that says 'NTA NET 2019'
Step 3: You will be redirected to a new page
Step 4: Log-in using the registration number
Step 5: Click on admit card and download the same
The NTA had released the UGC NET 2019 notification on 1 March and the application process concluded on 30 March. The UGC NET 2019 results will likely be declared on 15 July. It is mandatory for students to get their NET admit card along with a passport size photograph to the exam hall.
About UGC NET:
UGC NET examination is conducted to certify eligibility for the role of Assistant Professor and Junior Research Fellowship (JRF). Candidates who clear the exam are eligible to apply for Assistant Lectureship positions or JRF positions. To be eligible for JRF, candidate must be below the age of 28. Assistant Lectureship position does not have any age stipulation.
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Candidates must note that the final answer key will be published along with the result.
In case of any discrepancy in the scorecards or any issues in downloading the BHU scorecards, candidates need to contact the NTA at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the NTA Helpdesk at 011-40759000.