The National Testing Agency will conduct the UGC National Eligibility Test from 13 to 22 June 2023 in two phases. In the first phase, the UGC NET Exam will be held from 13th June to 17th June 2023 and in the second Phase from 19th June to 22nd June. Meanwhile, the authority has released the exam city allotment link on the portal for both phases and soon its admit card will be released.
The link to download the e-Admit Card is now available exclusively on the NTA’s for phase 1. By using their login details i.e. Application Number and Password on the provided window UGC NET Hall Ticket can be downloaded.
UGC NET Admit Card 2023
For the UGC NET June 2023 session, the authority will issue the admit card online to those applicants whose online applications for the exam were accepted. Further, it will be the individual responsibility of each applicant to obtain the admit card for the exam through the authority’s website on time.
It is also necessary for the applicants to check all the information on the e-Admit Card obtained from the official portal of UGC for discrepancies and errors.
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National Eligibility Test UGC Hall Ticket 2023: At a Glance
|Article Category||Admit Card|
|Name of the Admit Card||UGC NET Admit Card 2023|
|Conducting Authority||National Testing Agency (NTA)|
|Examination type||National level exam|
|Purpose of the Examination||Selection of Assistant Professor or Junior Research Fellowship|
|Mode of examination||Online (Computer-Based Test )|
|Date of issue of admit card||First Week of June 2023|
|Admit Card Availability Mode||Online|
|Date of the Eligibility Test||Phase 1: 13 to 17 June 2023|
Phase 2: 19 to 22 June 2023
|NTA UGC NET Official Portal||https://ugcnet.nta.nic.in/|
NTA University Grants Commission NET 2023
The agency will conduct the NTA University Grants Commission NET 2023 in several shifts on the prescribed dates. This examination by the UGC will be a Computer-Based test that will be organized in different examination centres. There will be two papers in the exam. In Paper 1, there will be 50 MCQs from teaching/ research aptitude for 100 Marks. Whereas, in Paper 2, there will be 100 questions from the subject selected by the applicants.
The combined duration of both papers in the exam will be 180 minutes i.e. 3 hours without any break in between. To know other exam-related information, the applicants can go through their respective hall tickets.
How to Download the UGC NET Admit Card 2023?
To download the UGC NET Admit Card 2023 on the official website of the concerned authority, the applicants can use the steps in the following process. Since the applicants need their application number and password for this process, they are suggested to keep their application forms with them.
- First off, visit the NTA portal for UGC NET i.e. https://ugcnet.nta.nic.in/
- On the homepage of the portal scroll down to the “Candidate Activity” section.
- Under this section, tap the admit card link for the eligibility test.
- Now, on the login window enter the valid login details such as Application Number and Password.
- Submit these login details and download the e-Admit Card.
- Lastly, download and take a printout of the admit card and keep some copies safe for future use.
ugcnet.nta.nic.in Admit Card 2023 Printed Particulars
The details of the printed particulars of the ugcnet.nta.nic.in Admit Card 2023 are in the following list. The applicants must check out the correctness of each of these particulars prior to appearing for the exam.
- Name of the Applicant
- Roll Number/ Application No/ Registration No.
- Father’s name
- Mother’s name
- Email ID
- Date of Birth
- Date and time of the examination
- Examination Center
- Important instructions and guidelines.
|Check here||Phase 1 & 2 Exam City Allotment|
|Download Here||UGC National Eligibility Test Admit Card 2023|
|For More Updates Follow||NVSHQ Homepage|
Will there be a negative marking for incorrect responses of the applicants in the eligibility test?
No, there will be no negative marking for incorrect responses in the eligibility test.
What documents do the applicants have to bring to the examination venue on the day of the eligibility test along with the admit card?
Along with the admit card, the applicants must bring a self-declaration (downloaded from the NTA website), photo id proof and a ballpoint pen.
For queries related to the admit card or the eligibility test, the applicants can communicate with the authority via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Moreover, the applicants can contact the help desk of the authority through the contact number- 011-4075 9000.