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UGC NTA NET 2020 exam dates for October has been revised

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Sep 24, 2020

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The National Testing Agency has revised the UGC NTA NET exams which were scheduled on October 7, 21, 22 and 23, 2020. They will now be conducted on November 4, 11, 12, and 13, 2020. The other dates for the exam will remain the same as were previously announced.

The exam dates were announced earlier this month and were scheduled to start from September 24, 2020 onwards. Some of the dates like October 21-23, 2020 are clashing with the dates of Durga Puja and the education minister of West Bengal had appealed the Agency to take this into consideration. Eventually, they did agree to reschedule the exams on these specific dates and the new dates have been finally released. Also read- BPPSC admit card released

The following is the table of the rescheduled time table of new dates:

Date

Time

Subject Code- Subject  Name

November 4, 2020 (Old Date:

October 22, 2020)

09.00AM to 12.00Noon(IST)

36-Assamese

22-Malayalam

38-Marathi

24-Punjabi

41-Russian

27-Telugu

03.00     PM to 06.00PM(IST)

28-Urdu

19-Bengali

94-Bodo

84-Kashmiri

81-Social Medicine & Community Health

November 11, 2020 (Old Date:

October 7, 2020)

09.00AM to 12.00Noon(IST)

5- Sociology

03.00PM to 06.00PM(IST)

87-Computer Science and Applications

November 12, 2020 (Old Date :

October 21, 2020)

09.00AM to 12.00Noon(IST)

9-Education

03.00PM to 06.00PM(IST)

80- Geography

November 13, 2020 (Old Date:

October 23, 2020)

09.00AM to 12.00Noon (Group-1)

020- Hindi

03.00PM to 06.00PM (Group-2)

The NET exam is conducted twice a year by NTA and has got postponed by the COVID-19 pandemic. The admit cards for all the days are yet to be published. Only the admit cards for September 24 and 25 has been made live and the others are expected to be published soon.

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*The article might have information for the previous academic years, please refer the official website of the exam.

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