CBSE UGC NET 2017 Nov Exam: Last Date is Sept 11, Exam on Nov 5, Apply Online for CBSE NET

The online registration for University Grants Commission (UGC) National Eligibility Test (NET) November 2017 will end on September 11 and exam is scheduled to be held on November 5.

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November: The online registration for University Grants Commission (UGC) National Eligibility Test (NET) November 2017 will end on September 11. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) which is a nodal agency to conduct UGC NET 2017 examination has started the online registration process on August 11 and it will end on September 11. The exam is scheduled to be held on November 5 in a three separate sessions.

As per schedule, once the examination is held on November 5, then CBSE will release the UGC NET 2017 Answer Keys which could be challenge if any discrepancy is found within a stipulated time as announced by CBSE. Last CBSE UGC NET exam was held on 22 January 2017. Twice every year, CBSE conduct UGC NET exams for determining the eligibility of Indian nationals for Assistant Professor and Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) for universities and colleges across India. The January UGC NET Exams were conducted for 83 subjects at 88 selected UGC NET examination centres and same is being followed for November 2017 exam.

According to UGC NET rules, while the candidates who qualify for the award of Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) are eligible to pursue research and are eligible for being Assistant Professor. On the other hand, a candidate who only qualify UGC NET exams but not JRF, is eligible for being appointed as Assistant Professor in any university, college across India.

As per the UGC NET 2017 exam pattern, the exam had three papers and it is compulsory for candidates to appear in all papers. The UGC NET 2017 paper I is of general nature intended to assess the teaching/research aptitude of the candidate. Paper II and III of UGC NET 2017 are subject specifics as selected by candidates.

CBSE says its role is only upto the conduct of NET Examination and declaration of result. The e-certificates to qualified candidate are issued by UGC- NET Bureau.

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