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National Testing Agency (NTA) releases exam schedule for JEE-Main, NEET-UG, UGC NET

The National Testing Agency (NTA) has released the schedule of Examinations to be conducted by the agency during December 2019 to June 2020.

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The National Testing Agency (NTA) has finally released the schedule of examinations to be conducted by the agency from December 2019 to June 2020 on its official website.

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National Testing Agency (NTA) — which will conduct the UGC NET exam — has also dropped the schedule for the UGC NET June 2020 exam. The application process for UGC NET June 2020 exam is scheduled to begin from 16th March and conclude on 16th April 2020. The result for UGC NET December 2019 exam will be declared tentatively on December 31, 2019.

Apart from the UGC NET exam, NTA will also be conducting the CSIR UGC NET exam. The application process for CSIR UGC NET December 2020 exam will begin on 9th September and end on 9th October 2019. The admit cards will be available to download from November 9, 2019. CSIR UGC NET December 2019 will be conducted on December 15 and its result will be released on December 31, 2019.

The complete schedule for various examinations has made or various examinations have made accessible on the official website of NTA — nta.ac.in. NTA will conduct these examinations in different.

Here are the complete Schedules released by NAT

NEET UG – 2020

JEE (Main) 2020

 UGC NET SCHEDULE

NEET SCHEDULE

Schedules of other important examinations to be conducted by NTA from Dec 2019 to June 2020

DUET Schedule

JNUET SCHEDULE

ICAR AIEEE SCHEDULEIGNOU MBA and BEd SCHEDULE

CSIR-UGC NET SCHEDULE

Notably, a total of 4,000 schools/ engineering colleges with computer centres will be available every Saturday/Sunday starting from 1st September 2019, for this examination. The facility will be available free of cost as a support measure, especially for candidates hailing from remote and rural areas.

According to reports, NTA has informed that a network of Test Practice Centres (TPCs) have been created throughout the country to let students have the first-hand experience of taking Computer Based Test (CBT) before the exam.

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