CBSE UGC NET Admit Card 2017 Call Letter Download from

By | December 19, 2016

CBSE UGC NET Admit Card 2017 Call Letter declared on 21st December; Download NET hall ticket from official site As per the latest news; Central board secondary examination is now all set to announce their UGC NET call letter at web portal. Board members have decided to arrange this exam on 22nd January 2017. Involved candidates who have been took part in this exam may download the same form main site. We want to inform all the candidates that hall tick will be available from 21st December 2016 from officials. We have also given direct link to download the CBSE UGC NET Admit Card 2017 from official web portal which is

CBSE UGC NET Admit Card 2017 –

Every year in large number of candidates are applying  for the National Eligibility Test conducted by the CBSE board. Organization every year announces this exam under University Grants Commission for the interested candidates. Applicants who want to make their carrier in teaching field need to appear in this exam.  Candidates who want to do job in such posts like Assistant Professor, Lecturer or Junior Fellowship need to qualify this exam with good score.  Applied students will get complete details about mentioned cal letter from this article. So hurry up students and start preparation.

CBSE UGC NET Hall Ticket January 2017 Available Here:

Most of candidates are aware about CBSE board. CBSE s shortened of Central Board of Secondary Education. It is a one of the best education board of our country. It year by year organizes various exams to hire best and qualified candidates in the departments. UGC National Eligibility Test is conducts for those candidates who have been complete their UG or PG education and now looking for the job. This exam is held twice in the year for interested candidates by CBSE.

Candidates are advised some important instruction about UGC NET exam.Applicants need to enter in the examination hall before 30 minutes from exam timing. Candidates should not forget to bring their call letter at the time of exam. Admit card is the compulsory document for each candidate. Exam was conducted at various pr-allocated examination centers in all over India. Exam date is 22nd January 2017.

UGC NET January Exam 2017:

We want to inform all involved candidates that exam will be parted in 3 shifts. Paper 1,2 and 3. In which paper 1 contains total 60 questions of 100 marks. While paper 2 contains total 60 questions of 100 marks. Paper 1 contains total 75 questions of 150 marks. In paper 2 & 3 candidates need to attempt all questions compulsory.It covers various topics such as Forensic Science, Electronic Science, Computer Science, Environmental Science, etc. Now we advised all of you that please refer official notification for more details. Candidates may visit official site for more details. We inform all of them that please take your NET Admit Card 2017 from official web portal

Quick Highlights of CBSE UGC NET Admit Card 2017:

Examiner Name: Central Board of Secondary Education

Name of the Exam: University Grants Commission National Eligibility Test

Exam Date: 22nd January 2017

Post Name: Assistant Professor, Lecturer or Junior Fellowship, etc.

Article about: Admit card/Call Letter/ Hall ticket

Hall ticket status: Available from 21st December 2016

NET Exam schedule & Details:

Paper 1:

  • Marks—100
  • Total question asked—60
  • Time limit—9:30-10:45 AM

Paper 2:

  • Marks—100
  • Total question asked—50
  • Time limit—11:15 AM-12:30 PM

Paper 3:

  • Marks—150
  • Total question asked—75
  • Time limit—2:00-04:30 PM

Cut off marks details:

Paper 1:

  • General category—40%
  • OBC/ST/SC/Pwd—35%

Paper 2:

  • General category—40%
  • OBC/ST/SC/Pwd—35%

Paper 3:

  • General category—50%
  • OBC/ST/SC/Pwd—40%

How to Download CBSE UGC NET call letter 2017:

  • Candidates need to log on to the official site
  • Search for the “CBSE UGC NET Admit Card 2017
  • Click on the same link
  • Submit registration no and DOB in required field.
  • Press the “Submit” button.
  • Admit Card will be there in front of you.
  • Keep the hard copy of it for the future use.

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