UGC NET June Exam 2024, Check Time of Reporting, Guidelines for Exam Day, How to Download Admit Card and More

The UGC NET June Exam 2024, conducted by the National Testing Agency, assesses eligibility for assistant professor positions and Junior Research Fellowships in 83 subjects, taking place on June 18, 2024.

by Jayasree D

Updated Jun 18, 2024

UGC NET June Exam 2024, Check Time of Reporting, Guidelines for Exam Day, How to Download Admit Card and More
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UGC NET June Exam 2024

The UGC NET June Exam 2024 is conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA) on June 18, 2024, for 83 subjects. The exam will take place in two shifts: the first shift from 9:30 AM to 12:30 PM, and the second shift from 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM. 

Candidates must report to their designated examination centers two hours before the exam begins to complete the necessary formalities. The admit cards, which were released last week, can be downloaded from the official UGC NET website at  ugcnet.nta.ac.in 

Event

Details

Exam Name

UGC NET June Exam 2024

Exam Date

June 18, 2024

Exam Timing

First Shift: 9:30 AM to 12:30 PM Second Shift: 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM

Admit Card Release Date

Released on June 15, 2024

Admit Card Download Website

ugcnet.nta.ac.in

Reporting Time

Two hours before the exam start time (7:30 AM for the first shift, 1:00 PM for the second shift)

Registration Desk Closure Time

30 minutes before the exam start time (9:00 AM for the first shift, 2:30 PM for the second shift)

Identification Requirements

Admit Card, one passport-size photograph, and one valid ID (PAN card, Driving License, Passport, Aadhaar Card)

Seating Arrangements

Assigned seats marked with Roll Numbers

Instructions on Late Arrival

Candidates may miss crucial instructions if late due to reasons like traffic or delays

Verification of Question Paper

Ensure the question paper matches the subject opted for as indicated on the Admit Card. Notify the Invigilator of any discrepancies.

Use of Electronic Devices

Prohibited inside the exam center

Time of Reporting

Candidates should report to the Examination Centre two hours before the exam starts to complete frisking and registration. The registration desk will close 30 minutes before the exam begins, so it's important to arrive early to ensure all formalities are completed on time.

Guidelines for Exam Day

  1. Admit Card: Candidates must bring their admit card to the exam center.
  2. Identification: Carry a passport-size photograph and one of the following IDs: PAN card, Driving License, Passport, or Aadhaar Card. The name on the ID must match the name on the Admit Card.
  3. Seating: Sit in the seat assigned to you, marked with your Roll Number.
  4. Punctuality: Take your seat promptly after the Examination Hall opens. Late arrival may cause you to miss important instructions.
  5. Correct Question Paper: Ensure the question paper matches the subject you selected on your Admit Card. Notify the Invigilator if there is any discrepancy.
  6. Electronic Devices: Do not use or attempt to use any electronic devices once inside the exam center.

How to Download Admit Card?

  1. Visit the official UGC NET website at ugcnet.nta.ac.in.
  2. Click on the link that says "UGC NET June 2024: Click Here to Download Admit Card."
  3. Enter your application number, date of birth, and security pin, then click "Submit."
  4. Your admit card will appear on the screen.
  5. Check the details and download the admit card.
  6. Print a copy of the admit card for future reference.

UGC NET

UGC NET is a standardized test in India used to determine eligibility for the role of assistant professor in universities and colleges, and also for Junior Research Fellowship (JRF).

It is conducted by the National Testing Agency and covers 83 different subjects. The exam, offered twice annually, consists of two papers and has no limit on attempts. Successful candidates can maintain their eligibility for three years for JRF and for a lifetime for assistant professorship.

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