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NTA releases the schedule of examinations to be conducted by it between December 2018 to May, 2019

Newdelhi:21/8/18;Subsequent to the tentative schedule released in the Ministry’s press conference dated 7th July 2018, the following is the final schedule of examinations to be conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA) till May 2019:

Examination: UGC-NET Dec 2018
Mode of examination: Computer based
Registration dates 1st to 30th September 2018
Downloading of admit cards 19th Nov 2018
Date of examinations 9th to 23rd Dec 2018
Date of announcing results 10th Jan 2019

Examination: JEE Main I
Mode of examination: Computer based
Registration dates 1st to 30th September 2018
Downloading of admit cards 17th Dec 2018
Date of examinations 6th to 20th Jan 2019
Date of announcing results 31st Jan 2019

Examination: JEE Main II
Mode of examination: Computer based
Registration dates 8th Feb to 7th March 2019
Downloading of admit cards 18th March 2019
Date of examinations 6th to 20th April 2019
Date of announcing results 30th April 2019

Examination: CMAT & GPAT
Mode of examination: Computer based
Registration dates 1st November to 30th November 2018
Downloading of admit cards 7th Jan 2019
Date of examinations 28th Jan 2019
Date of announcing results 10th Feb 2019

Examination: NEET (UG)*
Mode of examination: Pen & Paper exam (in single session)
Registration dates 1st November to 30th November 2018
Downloading of admit cards 15th April 2019
Date of examinations 5th May 2019
Date of announcing results 5th June 2019

* The change in the NEET exam pattern (as against the statement made on 7th July 2018), which will now be a single exam in pen-and-paper mode and in the same number of languages as has been conducted last year, is on the request of the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, who wanted the same pattern followed last year to be maintained.

NTA is also establishing a countrywide network of test practice centres (TPCs) for students of rural areas so that everyone will have an opportunity to practice before the exam. (2,697) Schools/engineering colleges with computer centres are being made available on every Saturday/Sunday starting from 1st September, 2018 and any student can use the facility free of charge. An App is being developed which will enable the students to choose the nearest TPC.

The TPCs will have a downloaded Computer Based Test (CBT) which will be similar to the actual test to be conducted on the exam day. The practice tests will help the candidates to familiarize themselves with logging into the system, going through the detailed instructions regarding the test, using the mouse or numeric keyboard on screen (virtual) for attempting each question, scrolling down to the next question, navigating between questions, reviewing and editing their options and submit questions.

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