National Testing Agency (NTA) will conduct the UGC NET June 2019 examination on June 20, 21, 24, 25, 26, 27 and 28, 2019 in computer-based mode. Yesterday i.e. February 04, 2019, NTA has released the public notice on its website at ntanet.nic.in for conducting the examination. The application process is starting from the very first day of March 2019, which will run until March 30, 2019. Some changes have been made into the syllabus of Paper I i.e. General Awareness, and all subjects of Paper II (elective paper).
As of now, a short public notice has been released to conduct the examination for awarding the Eligibility Certificate as Assistant Professor and Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) and Assistant Professor both. The detailed brochure will be released in due course of time.
According to the last time examination process, postgraduates can apply for the exam. NTA has not restricted the upper age limit of the candidates. However, the candidates have to be careful about the age limit of JRF.
The candidates will have to fill the online application form on the official website till the stipulated time. There are no updates on application fee, in UGC NET December’s examination the candidates of General category had to pay Rs. 800/- and OBC NCL candidates paid Rs. 400/- whereas transgender candidates get relaxation and paid Rs. 200/- as application fee.
The admit card for the examination will be issued on May 15, 2019, at official websites. Only that candidates will be issued the admit card whose application form will be accepted by the Agency.
University Grant Commission has changed the syllabus of all subject of UGC NET including General Awareness. The new syllabus has been updated on the UGC’s website, at ugc.ac.in.
This time some more new changes occurred in the examination scheme besides the change in syllabus. Form now onwards, both paper will be conducted continuously in a single 03-hour duration, no break will be provided between both papers. Earlier the examination was being conducted with a break of 01 hours between both papers.
The result of UGC NET will be declared on July 15, 2019. Till then the answer key will be displayed to the candidates at the official website. All the candidates who will score more than the minimum qualifying marks will be selected.
According to the selection criteria of UGC NET, 6% candidates of total appeared candidates in the NET examination, who score the minimum qualifying marks or above in both papers are selected. The minimum qualifying marks were 40% for general category candidate and 35% for all reserved category candidate in the last UGC examination.