To ensure that all the details provided by applicants are correct, the NTA comes up with the CSIR NET correction form procedure. Through this process, candidates can make the necessary corrections wherever required.
If candidates made mistakes while filling up the information at the time of applying, they can make changes in particular fields through the correction window.
In this article, we are going to discuss the complete information about how to make corrections in the CSIR NET form?
Have a look at the highlights that we are going to discuss in this article:
Complete Information for CSIR NET Form Correction 2024 for Session
Candidates should be very cautious while correcting the mistakes in the form. After final submission, no request regarding changes in the application form will be entertained by the exam conducting authority (NTA) in any circumstances.
Check out the schedule for the NTA CSIR NET application form correction 2024 below:
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How to Make Corrections in CSIR NET Application Form?
We have explained the step-by-step procedure for CSIR NET form correction below. Have a look:
Step 1: Go to the official website of NTA CSIR NET.
Step 2: Find the Correction Form Joint CSIR-UGC NET 2024 link and click on it.
Step 3: Login through your registration number, password, and security pin.
Step 4: Click on Manage Form Particulars Correction.
Step 5: Choose the field where the correction is required and make all the changes.
Step 6: Submit the changes after verifying all the information.
Step 7: Pay the additional fee required for CSIR NET form correction.
Step 8: Take a print-out of your corrected application form.
If any additional fee is required based on the changes that candidates made in their forms, the requisite fee can be paid online (Credit/Debit Card/Net Banking/UPI and Paytm).
Image Correction in CSIR NET Application Form
The NTA also provides an opportunity to remove the discrepancy in the image and signature you have uploaded in the CSIR NET Online Application Form.
The candidates can change the image by following the steps given below:
Go to the official website and click on the Image Correction link.
Log in using your application number and password.
Edit the image and update it with the correct one.
Verify your image before the final submission.
You should follow all the instructions regarding the image update given on the website. The scanned photograph must be of 10 kb to 200 kb. Also, keep the same copy of the photograph for further use.
Note: The photograph of a candidate should be coloured or black/white (with clear contrast, face, and ears visible and without Mask).
NTA has also set up a Query Redressal System (QRS) for submitting queries/grievances by the Registered Candidates of the CSIR UGC NET Examination with (a 24x7) facility for speedy and favourable redressal of the queries/grievances.
The official email address to submit your queries is – email@example.com
The candidates will be able to track the status of their grievances using the unique registration number provided to them.
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So, follow the guidelines and steps shared above in this article to make the required changes.
Also, make sure that you have provided the true and correct information, as the changes can be made only once through the correction window, and no request will be entertained later.
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