UGC NET June 2015’s registration process has been started from today. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has released a notification for the online application for UGC National Eligibility Test (NET). The candidates who are preparing for NET Exam may now begin to apply for the test.
What is UGC NET?
National Eligibility Test is a national level test which gives students an eligibility to become Assistant Professor/Lecturer or Junior Research Fellow. The score card of this exam is mandatory for any student to take admission in PhD programs or to perform Assistant Professorship.
NET qualification not only gives you an eligibility for the award of JRF or lectureship but also a prestigious job. The exam is conducted twice a year and thousands of students appear in exam every time when it is conducted.
UGC NET is usually conducted in 95 subjects. The students may choose the subject according to their UG and PG stream.
How to Apply for NET June 2015?
Step 1: The candidates must fill the online application form online. The candidates must choose a password and select a security question during registration. Once registered, the candidate must note down the application number which will be system generated. For the subsequent logins, the candidate will be able to sign in through the application number and his password.
Step 2: The candidates must have a scanned copy of their passport size photograph and signature. The scanned copy must be in a jpg or jpeg format. Moreover, the size of the passport size photo must not be greater than 40kb and lesser than 4kb. And, the size of the signature must be not be greater than 30 kb and lesser than 1kb.
Step 3: Once registered and all the details are filled. The candidates must pay the application fees in this step, in order to confirm registration. The candidates can submit their fees online or offline.
Online: The candidates can submit their fees through net banking, debit card or credit card.
Offline: The candidates must submit their application fee through Syndicate Bank, ICICI bank or Canara bank, bank challan.
Step 4: Once the fee is paid, the candidates will receive the registration confirmation and keep it for future use.
The candidates must pay an application fee of Rs 600 (general), Rs 300 (OBC) and Rs 150 (SC/ST).
UGC NET Exam has its own standard that nobody can easily qualify the exam. It takes more practices and a wise plan of preparation. As the application process has also been started so the aspirants are advised to start their preparation with full force to crack the exam.
For more Information you may also visit to — UGC NET June 2015.
Starting date of Application Process – 16th April, 2015.
Exam Date – 28th June.