UGC NET Exam 2018 (December) | Admit Cards To Release Next Week on Official Website

UGC NET Exam 2018: NTA will release the admit cards for the UGC NET December 2018 on its official website next week. To recall in the month of September, National Testing Agency invited applications from candidates for the UGC NET Exam December 2018. The procedure of application form filling was closed on 30th September. The candidates who have filled the application form for the 2nd UGC NET of 2018 can download the admit cards once it will be available next week.

UGC NET Exam 2018 (December) – Admit Cards Release Date and Exam Date

As per the notice of the NTA released last month on the official website, the admit cards for the UGC NET Exam will be available to download in the month of November. The exact date to download the admit card for the National Eligibility Test is 19th November 2018. On or after this date candidates can download their admit cards. The exam will be held in two shifts each day.

As per the examination and shift schedule released by the NTA, the UGC NET Exam will begin from 18th December 2018. The exam will be held on 18th December, 19th December, 20th December, 21st December, and 22nd December. On each day of the UGC NET Exam, there will be two shifts. The timings of the first shift are 9:30 to 1 pm and the timings for the second shift is 2:30 to 6 pm.

The exact date and the shift for the subject opted by the candidates during the form filling process will be notified in the admit card. The examination centre and the city will also be notified on the Admit card. In any case of the discrepancy in the particulars of the candidates on the admit card then it must be immediately approached to the helpline number mentioned in the notice.

The National Testing Agency will not send the admit cards of the candidates via post. The candidates will have to download their own admit cards from the official website. The entry in the examination centre for the first shift is only till 8:30 am and for the second shift it is 1:30 pm. After this time, the candidates will not be allowed to enter the examination centre.



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