Third Phase Of The UGC NET Exam Begins Today-Here's The Full Schedule For Exam

Third Phase Of The UGC NET Exam Begins Today Heres The Full Schedule For Exam

The third phase of the UGC NET exam began today, with the next exam to be held on 29 September. Get to know all the details of the schedule here.

The third phase of the UGC NET examination is scheduled to begin on Friday, according to the UGC. The full schedule of examinations under the third phase was released by the UGC.

Today, students who are preparing to take exams in Assamese, Bengali, Bodo, and Urdu will be sitting for their exams. Their admit cards were released yesterday and candidates can go to to download them. For future reference, please note that the admit cards for other exams will also be released the day before the exam is scheduled to take place.

On 23 September, students preparing for the post of assistant professor or Junior Research Fellowship in Assamese, Bengali, Bodo, and Urdu language will appear in an exam.

The next examination of the third phase of UGC NET will be held on 29 September for the students preparing for AP and JRF in Commerce, Electronic Science, Visual Art (including Drawing & Painting/Sculpture Graphics/Applied Art/History of Art) streams. The main aim of this exam is to test the students’ skills and knowledge in their respective field so as to better understand their potential as researchers.

On September 30th, students taking examinations in the environmental sciences, Hindi, and management courses are scheduled to appear. This includes those studying business administration, marketing, industrial relations and personnel management, finance, and cooperative management.

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