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UGC NET Date 2024 Live Updates: Re-exam from August 21 to September 4

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About UGC NET Date 2024 Live Updates: Re-exam from August 21 to September 4

On June 28, 2024, the National Testing Agency (NTA) announced the dates of the UGC NET exam. The UGC NET June 2024 test dates are set for August 21 to September 4, 2024. Computer-based testing (CBT) will be used to administer the NTA NET exam. Before this, on June 18, 2024, 83 subjects took the UGC NET test in Pen & Paper (offline) format over two shifts. Exam dates for the UGC NET, CSIR NET, and NCET 2024 exams were made public by the NTA through the forthcoming exam calendar. Due to integrity concerns, the UGC had earlier on June 19, 2024, cancelled the UGC NET 2024 exam. The Ministry of Home Affairs National Cyber Crime Threat Analytics Unit of the Indian Cyber Crime Coordination Centre (I4C) contributed to the compromise in the UGC NET exam's administration. 

UGC NET Re Exam Date 



UGC NET Exam Date June 2024 

21-Aug-2024 to 4-Sept-2024

UGC NET Exam Cancelled 2024


How to Find the Exam Date for UGC NET 2024?

The date of the UGC NET reexamination was made public on the NTA website. Here's how to find the dates of the UGC NET exams:

  • Visit nta.ac.in, the official website.
  • Select the PDF link for the UGC NET 2024 re-exam date.
  • The PDF will show up on the display.
  • Verify the date of the UGC NET re-exam.
  • Download it to check the details. 

Important Points: UGC NET 2024

Another significant change is that the UGC NET re-examination will be administered by computer-based testing (CBT) rather than paper-and-pen. The exam was administered offline, using pen and paper, for the first time in June. However, the NTA has chosen to return to the previous approach of administering the test online (CBT).

The UGC NET for Junior Research Fellowship, appointment as Assistant Professor, and admission to PhD programs were canceled the day after the exam on June 18, citing fears that the "integrity of the examination might have been compromised." The test had been made available on the darknet and was circulating on the Telegram app, according to Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan.

Originally set for June 25–27, the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (UGC-NET) event was rescheduled citing "unavoidable circumstances as well as logistic issues."

Technical issues prevented certain test centers from starting the National Common Entrance Test (NCET) in time, so it was postponed for admission to the four-year Integrated Teacher Education Program.


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