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Phase II examination of UGC-NET December 2021 and June 2022 (merged cycles) has been scheduled to be conducted between 20 and 30 September 2022

Newdelhi:8/8/22:The Phase II examination of UGC-NET in December 2021 and June 2022 (merged cycles) has been scheduled to be conducted between 20 and 30 September 2022. The exam was earlier scheduled to be held on 12, 13 and 14 August 2022, but has now been postponed till September 20 and 30.

The National Testing Agency (NTA) conducted Phase I of UGC-NET December 2021 and June 2022 (Merged Cycles) Examination on 09, 11, and 12 July 2022 for 33 Subjects in 310 Examination Centres located in 225 Cities across the Country.

The Phase II will be conducted for 64 subjects including Telugu & Marathi which had earlier been postponed due to Government of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana having their own examinations on 09 July 2022.

Moreover, examinations for 15 subjects could not be conducted at 07 Centres on 9 July 2022 Shift-1 due to technical issues).

City of Examination Centre shall be displayed on  September 11, 2022 on NTA website.

Admit Cards can be downloaded on 16 September 2022 from NTA website.

Candidates are advised not to go by fake notices being circulated in the social media.

They are advised to regularly visit NTA website: https://ugcnet.nta.nic.in for the latest updates.

For any queries or /clarifications, candidates can write to  ugcnet@nta.ac.in

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