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UGC NTA NET Admit Card not Released Yet- Speculations about Exam getting Postponed

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Sep 11, 2020

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There are approximately five days left before the UGC NTA NET Exam but the admit card has not been published yet. Usually, the admit card is published 2-3 weeks before the exam every year and the delay not only is agitating aspirants this year but has also lead to doubts about whether the exam will get postponed. Candidates have taken to twitter to express their concern regarding the delay, highlighting how it will affect the arrangements for transport as the designated exam centers is still unknown.

The UGC NTA NET exam has been scheduled for September 16-18 and September 21-25, 2020. The delay in the release of the admit card has led to much speculation and it seems highly likely that the exam may get postponed. However, any official notification regarding the same is yet to be published. Also Check- BPSC Judicial Service Exam Date

The exam is conducted bi-annually and hence even if it does get postponed, it may not be difficult to arrange it later this year by merging it with the second exam. Since this flexibility is there, the candidates can expect a postponement.

In case the admit card is published soon, the candidates can download it easily from the official website. The relevant link will be made live on the website and candidates have to log in using their registration ID and password. Once they have logged in, they can download the pdf version of the admit card and print it out. It is mandatory to bring the admit card along with the photo ID proof to the exam hall to be allowed inside.

The UGC NTA NET is conducted twice every year to select eligible candidates for Assistant Professor Posts and for Ph.D. While there is no upper age limit for Assistant Professor, the age limit for Ph.D. is 28 years.

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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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