UGC NET 2019 Admit Card (June Session)
The NTA UGC NET 2019 admit card will be available on the official website from 15th May onwards. Candidates can download it using their application number and password. Take a print out and carry the admit card to the exam centre with a valid ID proof. Admit card is mandatory for making entry to the examination venue.
Steps to download the UGC NET Admit Card:
Candidates who have successfully registered for the UGC NET exam can download the admit card through these steps:
- Go to the official National Testing Agency website - https://ntanet.nic.in.
- Click on the link to download admit card on the home-page.
- Log-in with your Application number and password. If you have forgotten your log-in details, recover them through your registered email id or SMS.
- Your e-admit card will appear on the screen.
- Download it and take a print out for future reference.
Please note that NTA doesn’t send hard copy of the UGC NET hall ticket to candidates under any circumstances. It can only be downloaded from the official website through online mode.
Details on the Admit Card:
The admit card will have the following details -
- Candidate’s name
- Photograph and Signature
- Address of the Examination Venue
- Date and Timing of the examination
- Candidate’s address
- Subject Name
- Date of Birth
- Father’s Name
- Mother’s Name
- Important instructions
Kindly check all the details printed on your admit card. If you find any discrepancies, inform the exam conducting authority (earlier CBSE now NTA) at the earliest to get them rectified.
NTA UGC NET 2019 Result (June Session)
The UGC NET result 2019 will be uploaded on the official NTA NET website by 15th July 2019. Answer keys, scanned images of OMR sheets, and question papers will be released before the result declaration. Candidates can check the result and the answer key using their application number and password.
UGC NET Exam FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)
Q. For which jobs candidate become eligible by qualifying UGC NET Exam?
Candidates who qualify for the UGC NET exam become eligible to apply for the post of Assistant Professor at Indian Universities and Colleges.
Q. When to get the Application form for UGC NET 2019 June session?
The application form process will tentatively begin from 01st March 2019. There is no official information on the same yet.
Q. What should be the educational qualification to become eligible for UGC NET Exam?
Candidate should have done their Masters with a 55% marks in aggregate. However, the reserved category candidate should have 50% of the total marks to become eligible for the exam.
Q. What is the age limit for the UGC NET Exam?
There is no upper age limit to apply in the UGC NET Exam for the Assistant Professor while for the award of JRF, it is 30 years.
Q. What is the age limit for UGC JRF?
The upper age limit for the UGC JRF exam is 30 years.
Q. How one can pay the Application fee?
The application fee for the UGC NET Exam can be paid through the Credit Card, Debit Card, Net Banking or E-Challan.
Q. What should be the minimum cut-off marks required to qualify in the UGC NET exam?
Paper I (Maximum Marks 100)
Paper II (Maximum Marks 200)
OBC Non-creamy layer, PWD/SC/ST and Transgenders
Q. What is the question pattern of the UGC NET Exam?
Objective type questions are asked in the UGC NET Exam.
Q. Is there negative marking in the UGC NET Exam?
There is no scheme of negative marking in this exam.
Q. How to download the UGC NET 2019 admit card?
UGC NET 2019 admit cards will be released on the official website of NTA NET (ntanet.nic.in). Candidates can download using the following steps:
- Find the link for admit card and click it.
- Enter your login details.
- Download the admit card and take a printout.
Q. How many times will the UGC NET be conducted in 2019? Or when will the UGC NET 2019 examination be conducted?
In the year 2019, the UGC NET exam is expected to be conducted twice – in June and December. There is no information on the exact exam dates.
Q. When can we download the June 2018 UGC NET E-certificate? Or how to get a UGC net original certificate after I clear the exam?
The UGC NET Eligibility Certificate is generally released after two or three months of result declaration. Those who will qualify the June 2019 exam can download the E-certificate from ugcnetonline.in.
Steps to download UGC NET E-Certificate
Q. How to get into ONGC through UGC-NET?
ONGC recruits executives at E1 level through UGC NET exam. The notification will be released at the official ONGC website – ongcindia.com.
Q. Are B.Tech graduates eligible for the UGC NET Exam?
No, B.Tech. degree holders are not eligible for the UGC NET exam. A post-graduation degree is a must for UGC NET exam. The B.Tech degree holders can appear for CSIR NET.
Q. What is the syllabus for NET JRF in law?
Download the syllabus for UGC NET/JRF Law here.
Q. What is the syllabus of UGC NET Botany?
With Botany, you can appear for Environmental Sciences subject for UGC NET and Life Sciences subject for CSIR NET. Download the syllabus for Environmental Sciences (Subject Code 89) and Life Sciences.
Q. Can an art student apply for the JRF NET?
Yes, Arts students can apply for UGC NET/JRF provided the subject of your post-graduation is covered in the list of subjects for the examination.
Q. How many times can we attempt the UGC NET exams?
There is no limit on the UGC NET attempts for the post of Assistant Professor as there is no upper age limit. For Junior Research Fellowship (JRF), the upper age limit is 30 years.
Q. What is the eligibility for writing UGC JRF?
Master’s degree with minimum 55% marks (50% for SC/ST/PWD). For JRF, the upper age limit is 30 years.
Q. What are the Dates of UGC NET June 2019 Exam?
The UGC NET 2019 exam will held on - 20, 21, 24, 25, 26, 27 and 28 June 2019. They will be updated here as soon as the official notification releases.
Q. Where should I get the UGC NET 2018 management syllabus?
Download complete UGC NET Syllabus for Management (Subject Code 17) here.
Q. Can I take the UGC NET exam in any subject?
No, candidates should take the subject of their post-graduation or any other related subject for the exam.
Q. For how many subjects is the UGC NET exam conducted for?
Till July 2018 session, the exam was conducted for 84 subjects. However, a new subject ‘Sindhi’ is added from the December session UGC NET exam.
Q. Which is the best book for UGC NET Paper I preparation?
Here are some of the top recommended books for UGC NET Paper I.
Q. What is the NET test, and how can I become eligible for it?
NET (National Eligibility Test) is conducted for determining the eligibility of post-graduate students to become Assistant Professor in Indian Universities/colleges and for the award of Junior Research Fellowship. Candidates with Post graduate degree are eligible for the exam. Do check if the subject of post-graduation exists in the list of subjects.
Q. When will UGC NET 2019 June Session results be declared?
The result for UGC NET 2019 June session will be declared by 15th July 2019.
Q. What is the syllabus for the UGC NET Paper 1?
Download the UGC NET paper I syllabus here.
Q. Is the UGC NET exam a descriptive type?
No, UGC NET exam is not descriptive type. The questions are of Multiple Choice Type.
Q. What is CSIR and UGC NET?
Both the CSIR NET and UGC NET are conducted for candidates who seek for the position of Assistant Professor/Research Fellow in Indian Universities. However, CSIR NET is conducted for graduate and post-graduate students in the Science stream while UGC NET is conducted for post-graduate students in Humanities/Social Sciences/Computer Science and Application, Electronic Science etc.
Q. How to know that my UGC NET is clear?
You can check your result at the official website. Enter your registration number, roll number and DOB to check your result.
Q. How to calculate cutoff marks for the CBSE NET exam?
The cut-off for UGC NET is through the pre-defined criteria. Check out the qualifying criteria and procedure for preparing the merit list here.