UGC INTERNET 2018: CBSE Extends Online Application Process Date, Here’s How To Apply

New Delhi, April 7: The CBSE has actually extended the last date of online application for the UGC INTERNET 2018 test. Now the candidates can apply online up until April 12, 2018 (11.59 PM) and they can submit the fee till April 13, 2018 (11.59 PM). Rush up and apply soon i.e. by next Thursday. The University Grants Commission National Eligibility Test (UGC-NET) 2018 is going to be conducted by CBSE on July 8. The online application procedure for the examination has been begun with March 6, 2018. Now, after the conclusion of the application procedure on April 12, the type correction process will start on April 25 and will continue until May 5.

To discover qualified prospects for Assistant Professor or Junior Research Study Fellowship in Indian colleges and universities, this exam is performed every year by the CBSE board. From extending the age limit to changing assessment pattern for Junior Fellowship (JRF) this year CBSE has actually made several modifications. This year the board will perform the NET examination in 84 different languages at 91 picked cities across the country.Important Dates: Online

application beginning date: March 6, 2018 Online application closing date: April 12, 2018 Last date of submission of Fee: April 13, 2018
Type Correction Process starting date: April 25, 2018 Kind Correction Process closing date: May 5, 2018
Date of Examination: July 8, 2018 How To Apply: Aspirants require to visit the official website of CBSE UGC NET i.e. Then they should click on the relevant link for applying online. Prospects should enter the needed information to fill up the type and submit the same. They must take a hard copy of it for future reference.Application Charge: Rs 1,000 for the general prospects, Rs 500 for OBC prospects and Rs 250

for SC/ ST/ PwD candidates.Exam Pattern: The UGC INTERNET 2018 exam will consist of 2 papers. The overall duration will be of 3 hours.

Paper-I will include 50 questions amounting to 100 marks and the time period will be an hour. And Paper II will include 100 questions worth 200 marks in all and the time period will be two hours. Both the documents will be conducted on the same day. For more details, go to the official website of CBSE.