UGC NET Application Form 2020 – National Testing Agency (NTA) has re-opened the application form correction facility for UGC NET 2020 registered candidates. Candidates are allowed to make corrections in particular and choice of centre cities in the online application form of UGC NET 2020 from the official website, ugcnet.nta.nic.in. The online application process for the UGC NET 2020 exam is now over. The last date to apply was June 30, 2020. Those who have successfully registered and submitted their applications are eligible to be issued admit cards after initial screening. Get here details related to UGC NET Registration 2020 including the application process, application fee, image specification, application form correction, and other information.
Latest: NTA closed the application process for UGC NET 2020.
UGC NET Application Form 2020
Once the process of filling the UGC NET Application Form 2020 is over, NTA opens the window for the application form correction. It is important to provide correct details in the UGC NET application form. Incorrect details may lead to cancellation of candidature. Get important dates for UGC NET application form 2020 from the table provided below:
|UGC NET Application Form 2020||Important dates|
|Start date of application form||16 Mar 2020|
|Last date to apply for UGC NET|
|Last date to submit application fee|
|Correction in Particulars of Application Form||06 Jul –|
Re-opened from 31 August
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Latest update on correction facility for UGC NET Application Form 2020
NTA has published a notice regarding the extension of the UGC NET Application Form 2020 correction window. Candidates can make corrections in the application form, photograph, and signature, etc. Check the official notice below.
NTA has made necessary change regarding the photograph in the UGC NET Application Form 2020. Refer to the image provided below.
UGC NET Application Form 2020 Last Date Extended!
In view of the difficulties faced by the candidates due to the COVID-19 epidemic and the requests received from many candidates in this regard, the National Testing Agency has further extended the last date of submission of the applications to June 30, 2020. Furthermore, the revised dates of examination and downloading admit card will be informed separately on the respective examination website.
How to fill UGC NET Online Application Form 2020?
NTA releases UGC NET 2020 application form through the online process. Get the step by step guide to fill UGC NET application form 2020 below:
1st step: Visit the official website of UGC NET, i.e ugcnet.nta.nic.in or click on the direct link provided above, for NET registration
2nd step: Click on ‘fill online application form’ tab present at the bottom.
3rd step: Now, click on ‘new registration’ button.
4th step: Click on ‘proceed to apply online’ after reading the important instructions.
5th step: Enter the details as asked in the registration page and click on the ‘submit’ button.
6th step: Now, proceed with filling the UGC NET application form 2020. Enter the details asked in the application form, i.e personal details, educational qualification. After that, click on the ‘submit’ button.
7th step: Upload the images of photograph and signature as per specifications.
Payment of application fee
8th step: Last step is to pay UGC NET online application fee. Take print of the confirmation page and keep it safe for future reference.
UGC NET Application Fee 2020
The application fee that candidates have to pay for UGC NET application form 2020 is as follows:
Mode of payment:
- Candidates can pay the UGC NET 2020 application fee through online mode only.
- Applicants can pay fee by accessing the official website, ugcnet.nta.nic.in.
- Pay UGC NET 2020 application fee using debit card/Credit card, Net banking/UPI/PAYTM.
UGC NET 2020 Image Specifications
Candidates have to upload scanned images of their photograph and signature for UGC NET application form 2020. The prescribed images specifications are as follows:
|Criteria||Photograph specification||Signature specification|
|Size||10 KB – 200 KB||04 KB to 30 KB|
Other important instructions
- The photograph must be without caps, and goggles. Spectacles are allowed.
- Photographs generated from polaroid and computer-generated photograph are rejected.
- Photograph should not be attested by the candidate.
- A candidate requires to produce the same photograph for the attendance sheet at the exam hall. It is advised to keep copies of the same photograph.
- Signature should be in running handwriting.
- Candidates are advised to use white paper for their signature.
- Use black ink pen and scan before uploading.
- Do not write full name or capital letters for the signature.
UGC NET Application Form 2020 Documents Needed
Before beginning with UGC NET 2020 application process, candidates must keep the following document ready:
- Copy of board or university certificate as a proof for the name of the candidates, father’s name, mother’s name and date of birth.
- Identification proof
- Qualifying degree pr mark sheet
- Code of the subject at post graduation
- Email address
- Mobile number
- Permanent and correspondence address
- Code of NET subject
- Category certificate
- Code of post-graduation course
- EWS certificate
- PwD certificate
- Scanned images of photograph and signature
Note: NTA provides with a replica of UGC NET 2020 application form in the information brochure. Candidates may refer to the replica before beginning with the UGC NET 2020 application procedure.
UGC NET Application Form 2020 Details to be Filled
The details the candidates have to enter while filling UGC NET 2020 application form are as follows:
- Candidate’s name
- Mother’s name
- Father’s name
- Date of birth
- Mobile number
- Email ID
For application form
- Choice of examination centres
- NET subject
- The subject at post-graduation level
- Postgraduation course
- Postal address
- Belong to the minority group or not
- Single girl child or not
- Identification number
- Whether belong to EWS category or not
- Whether belong to OBC category or not
UGC NET Application Form Correction 2020
NTA provides candidates with a chance to edit their details of UGC NET application form 2020. The window to edit details opens for a stipulated time. For this, candidates have to visit the official website, ugcnet.nta.nic.in. The details candidates can edit are as follows:
- Incorrect spelling of the name of the candidate
- Incorrect or unclear images
- Change in subject papers
- Change in identification type or number
What after UGC NET Application Form 2020?
After the process of UGC NET application form is over, candidates have to download UGC NET admit card online. For this, applicants have to visit the official website ugcnet.nta.nic.in. It is advised to keep registration number and password ready for UGC NET login. In case of any discrepancy with admit card, candidates are advised to contact the helpline number of UGC NET.
The details that are mentioned on UGC NET admit card 2020 are – examination centre, date and shift of the examination. It is necessary for aspirants to carry a printed copy of admit card, one passport size photo, photo ID and Pwd certificate (if applicable) to the centre.
About UGC NET
University Grants Commission (UGC) has endowed National Testing Agency (NTA) with the responsibility to conduct UGC-NET. UGC-NET is an examination to test the eligibility of candidates for Assistant Professor and Junior Research Fellowship. To apply for UGC NET, candidates must have a Master’s Degree with specified qualifying marks. Age limit to apply for JRF is 30 years and for assistant professor there is no age limit. UGC NET is conducted through online mode (Computer-based test) only.
UGC NET 2020 Registration Frequently Asked Questions
Ans : Yes. Once the process of application submission is over, NTA will open window for form correction.
Ans : Candidates have to pay Rs.1000/- as UGC NET application fee.
Ans : Candidates must have a Master's degree to apply for UGC NET. It is mandatory that the candidate has secured minimum 55% marks in their Master's.