UGC NET Admit Card 2017, Download UGC NET Hall Ticket and Exam Date and Pattern Available at www.cbsenet.nic.in. Candidates who want to work as Junior Research Fellowship and Assistant professor should need to take exam compulsory. The score that students will get in this examination will be added to the recruitment process. To qualify in the exam you should prepare well for the exam. The score will be very important as these will be considered in the further qualifying rounds.
You can download the CBSE UGC Admit card from the official link www.cbsenet.nic.in. Your Admit card comprises of the details like your roll no, CBSE National Eligibility Exam date and venue. Candidates are requested to follow the instructions given in the CBSE NET Call letter 2016.
CBSE UGC NET Admit Card 2017 Download Hall Ticket for Net Exam at www.cbsenet.nic.in
UGC NET Exam Date 2017
Please see the important dates of the UGC NET Exam January 2017 below.
Online Application starting Date: 15th October 2016
Last Date for online NET 2017 registration Process:october last
UGC NET 2017 Exam Date: 22nd of January 2017
UGC NET January 2017 admit card release date: 28th December 2016
CBSE NET Hall Ticket 2017
The CBSE NET January 2017 hall ticket can be downloaded from the CBSE NET authorized site i.e. www.cbsenet.nic.in. The applicants who are about to take the NET Exam to be held in January 2017 will have to go to the site first that is provided here and click on the link of the admit card. Once you click a new page will open which will ask you to enter the details like date of birth and registration number or the application number. Fill the details correctly and submit it. Then your hall ticket will open. It will be in the pdf form which is needed to be downloaded. Get the print copy of the hall ticket. please read the instructions given in the hall ticket carefully.
NET Exam Pattern 2017
The CBSE NET will consist of three papers. The first paper will consist of 60 questions out of which only 50 are to be attempted by the examinee. The exam will of 100 marks and the first 50 attempted questions will be considered for evaluation. For this paper 1 hour 15 minutes will be given and aptitude type question will come Research ans teaching aptitude along with general Knowledge, current affairs, data interpretation and analysis, maths, reasoning and English will come.
The second paper will be of 100 marks for 50 questions. This paper will consist question from the subject chosen. The subject must be the same as taken in the Masters.One hour and fifteen minutes will be provided for this paper.
The third paper will also consist of questions from the subject chosen but it will be off 150 marks and will consist 75 questions. fr this paper 2 hours and 15 minutes will be given.