UGC NET 2018: Bad news! This decision of CBSE will make you suffer; click to know
There is tensionary news for filling out the UGC Net 2018 form . Candidates will have to suffer loss due to this decision by the CBSE.
With the change in the pattern, the National Eligibility Test (NET) of the University Grants Commission (UGC) has become expensive. The fee for examination has increased by Rs 400. UGC NET JULY Online application will start for the NET Exam from March 5. This time the UGC NET will have only two paper instead of three. The first paper will be 100 marks and the second paper will be of 200 marks. READ MORE: UGC NET July 2018: Information Bulletin Released.
UGC NET July 2018 Update | Online Application Process Starts – Check Details
CBSE, the official organizer of the University Grants Commission (UGC) National Eligibility Test (NET), had released the detailed notification or the information bulletin of the July session of the test on February 23.
According to the information bulletin released by the Board, the online application process for this eligibility test will begin from March 6, 2018 (though it announced March 5 first) and the process will be concluded on April 5, 2018. After this, the fee can be deposited till 6 April. There will also be an opportunity for error correction from April 25 to May 1 in the application form. After this, the NET will be organized on July 8 throughout the country.
UGC NET exam will be conducted on July 8 in 100 subjects at 91 selected cities spread across the country.
UGC NET 2018: Here’s How To Apply
The candidates may keep these points before applying for UGC NET 2018 exam:
1. Candidate seeking admission to the test must apply online only on the CBSE hosted website: cbsenet.nic.in
2. Before applying online, the candidates must have the scanned images given below:
Passport size photograph in JPG format of minimum 4kb to 40 kb. The dimension of the photograph should be 3.5 cm (width) x 4.5 cm (height). Signature in JPG format of minimum 4kb to 30 kb. The dimension of the signature should be 3.5 cm (width) x 1.5 cm (height).
3. After filling all the details for applying online for NET the candidates have to select the option of payment of examination fee either by credit/debit card or through e-challan generated during the online filling of the application form indicating your details therein and complete the registration process.
4. Before applying online, candidates are advised to go through detailed notification available on CBSE website cbsenet.nic.in and note that fee submitted through any other mode like Money Order, Demand Draft, IPO etc. will be summarily rejected by the board.
In other to avoid last minute rush, the candidates are advised to apply early enough.
According to the board, CBSE will not be responsible for network problems or any other problem of this nature in submission of online application during last days.
CBSE UGC NET Notification 2018: Important Dates
- Submission of online application form: March 6, 2018
- Last date for Applying Online: April 5, 2018.
- Last date of submission of Fee through online generated Bank challan, at any branch of (Syndicate/Canara/ICICI Bank) or through credit/debit card: April 5, 2018
- Correction in Particulars of application form on the website: April 25, 2018 to May 1, 2018
- Date of Examination: July 8, 2018
- The admission card of the exam will be uploaded on the website cbsenet.nic.in in the third week of June, 2018.
Application Fees Hike
Meanwhile, the fees for the unreserved category student is Rs 1000 and for unreserved categories like OBC- Rs 500 and for SC/ST and the other will be Rs 250 only. Earlier, reserved category students have to pay Rs 600, OBC- Rs 300 and for SC/ST- Rs 150.
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Candidates of general category will have to bring at least 40% marks in both papers. This Criteria is 35% for the reserved category candidates. After this, the top six percent candidates will be considered as Qualify in the UGC Net. There were three papers before this. In the first and second paper, it was mandatory to get 40% marks in the third paper, whereas in the first and second paper for the reserved category 35% and the third paper was 60% Criteria.