For this reason the applicant is facing trouble getting the UGC net form
Applicants are facing problems in applying online for UGC Net Examination in July. The process is failing to fill identity information (ID), due to which the process is not complete. Millions of candidates apply for this examination for this examination that will be conducted twice a year.
The application process for the UGC Net (World University Grants Commission National Eligibility Test) to be held on July 8 has begun on March 6. The last date for applying online is April 5. Examinations are conducted by the CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education). Online application for the examination is to be made on the CBSE website website, CBSENET.NIC.in, but many applicants are facing difficulties in online application.
Actually the options given for identity proofs include Aadhaar number, Passport, Ration Card, Bank Account and Voter ID. When the applicants are entering the Aadhaar numbers, the ‘click here’ message appears, in which information has been given regarding the inevitability of the base. When it is clicked, the notification of 17 July 2017 is coming out, in which the basis for the application process has been mandatory.
If the applicant registers the Aadhaar number in the given column, then the message of ‘authentication failed’ comes. Similarly, on the selection of other options, the need for phone number for OTP (One Time Password) is present. And after entering the phone number, the message comes that the phone number is already registered, please enter the second number. Similarly, even after entering the voter ID, it is being said that this ID is already registered.
Some troubled applicants, while giving this information, said that the four helpline numbers given on the said website are 7042399520-21-25-26 out-of-service. The confirmation also came to light that the notification on 23rd February 2018 is based on the website’s homepage requirement, where the basis for application in the examination has been made mandatory. During the application process, notification of July 17, 2017, indicating the basis mandatory.
CBSE said that
In this case, it was said on behalf of the CBSE that the mandatory requirement of the Aadhaar was abolished on the order of the Supreme Court, along with the application process has also been updated. If there is a problem in the application even after this, the applicants can contact the CBSE to get the solution.
Millions of applicants in dilemma
On March 7, 2018, the Supreme Court has eliminated the inevitability of the base in all other Indian examinations, including Neet. The court had also ordered that the CBSE would soon upload the new information (termination of the mandatory) to the website. UGC Net is the National Eligibility Test for college and university level as an assistant professor. About 7 lakh students from across the country participate in this exam in January and July every year.