NTA UGC NET 2021: Tomorrow is the last date of application (March 2) for the UGC NET Exam 2021, an examination to be conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA). If any interested candidate has not yet applied, he can apply by going to ugcnet.nta.nic.in. The application fee can be deposited by 3 March. Improvement in the application form can be done from March 5 to March 9. The UGC NET exam will be conducted on 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 10, 11, 12, 14 and 17 May 2021. Let us tell you that December 2020 UGC NET edition is going to be held in May 2021.
The National Grants Commission (UGC) National Eligibility Test for Junior Professor Fellowship and Assistant Professor is held twice a year, usually in June and December, in universities and other higher education institutions across the country. In the year 2020, due to the Kovid-19 epidemic, the examination of June was delayed and later the NTA conducted the examination from 16 September to 18 September and 21 September to 25 September. Due to delay of June exam, UGC NET December 2020 examination has also been delayed.
General category – 1000 rupees
EWS, OBC, and NCL – Rs 500
SC, ST, Divyang, and Third Gender – Rs 250
There will be a total of 300 marks.
A total of 300 marks will be asked in the NET examination, including the first and second papers. In which the number of questions in the first question paper will be 50 and the number of questions in the second question paper will be 100. The first paper will be of 100 marks and the second paper will be of 200 marks. All multiple choice questions will be asked in the exam. Candidates will get a total of 3 hours to solve the question paper.
Age limit has been increased for JRF candidates
UGC has increased the maximum age limit of 31 years for candidates applying for UGC NET Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) to be held in May. Since this examination could not be held in December last year. Therefore, the age limit has been increased so that the candidates whose age limit has expired, they can join it. Many candidates of Bihar will benefit from this change. The maximum age limit for the May session examination has been increased from 30 years to 31 years. The UGC issued a notice stating that exemption of up to five years has been given to the candidates and women applicants of OBC-NCL, SC, ST, PWD, third gender. Here, the LLM degree candidates will be given a relaxation of three years in the age limit. There is no maximum age limit for the post of Assistant Professor.