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UGC NET 2018 Admit Card Released: Download your December exam hall tickets now

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 20 November 2018, 9:17 IST

The National Testing Agency has released the admit cards for the UGC NET December exam on its official website on Monday (19th November). Therefore, candidates who have applied for the exam can download their hall tickets now.

As per the official notification, the link for the admit card has been activated now. So, all the applicants who have applied for the UGC NET JRF and Associate Professor post exam can download their hall tickets by clicking on the link provided on the official homepage. 

Here's how to download UGC NET December admit card 2018:

1. Open the official website of NTA at ntanet.ac.in
2. Check out the link for UGC NET July exam admit card
3. Submit your registration id and password to download your hall ticket
4. After submitting your details, your admit card will appear on the official website
5. Download your UGC NET admit card
6. Take a print out for future references

Candidates are advised to read the instructions given on the admit card and also, advised to follow them seriously. For any discrepancy, candidates can be disqualified from the examination.

Check out the instructions given on the admit card released by the National Testing Agency on its official website:


UGC NET exam will start from 9th December 2018 and will conclude on 23rd December 2018. There will be a two Computer-Based Test (CBT) exam which will be held in two different shifts.

The shift I will start from 9:30 am to 10:30 am and the second shift will begin at 11:00 am to 1:00 pm.

The Paper I will contain 50 objective type compulsory questions and each question will carry 2 marks. While Paper II will contain 100 objective type compulsory questions and each carry 2 marks.

To know more about the exam, candidates should check the official website of NTA.

First published: 20 November 2018, 8:50 IST
 
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