UGC NET May 2021: Online Registration Extended Till March 9

UGC NET May 2021 Online Registration extended till March 9

The last date of the UGC NET MAY 2021 online application has been extended till 9th March 2021. The date extension decision is taken by the National Test Agency (NTA) agency after considering the number of requests for deadline date increase by aspiring applicants.

The National Eligibility Test (NET) exam is held on the behalf of UGC to determine the eligibility of candidates who are appearing for assistant professor and junior research fellowship or both for Government-authorized universities and colleges.

Online applicants will be able to check errors and correct those mistakes in the application form from 12 March 2021 to 16 March 2021. Go through the UGC NET official website and check out the correction window in that specific time to correct all the details on your Application Form. If you are facing issues or images are not clear while updating the documents; you can update your photo or sign by uploading the latest photograph and signature.

How To Apply UGC NET May 2021

  • Go to the official website of UGC NET – https://ugcnet.nta.nic.inClick on the “Fill Online Application Form Dec 2020 Cycle (May 2021)” for new registration or log in to your existing application form.
  • Click on “New Registration” to mark a new candidature; if you have already registered and had some incomplete steps of registration, click “login”.
  • For new users, an information bulletin displays on the monitor. Read the complete bulletin and click on “Click here to Proceed”.
  • Fill the complete registration form and submit the UGC NET application form.
  • Upload the required documents that are mandatory to complete the application process.
  • Once the application form is done click on “Submit” and follow the next step by paying the application fee.
  • Save the printable pdf of your application form for your future reference.

The UGC NET May 2021 will be conducted on 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 10, 11, 12, 14, and 17 May 2021 by National Test Agency (NTA).

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