UGC Regulations 2016 exempts PhD holders from NET apply retrospectively – Supreme Court of India

The UGC Regulations 2016  exempts PhD holders from UGC – NET  apply retrospectively according to new rule of the Supreme Court of India under Section 26(3) of the UGC Act on 17 August 2022.

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UGC NET Result December 2020 & June 2021 (merged cycles)

UGC-NET December 2020 & June 2021 (merged cycles) result was declared on 19-February-2022.  

The UGC-NET December 2020 & June 2021 (merged cycles) was conducted by National Testing Agency at 837 centres in CBT mode for 81 subjects.

Total 12,66,509 candidates were registered for the examination while only 6,71,288 appeared in the examination. Total 52,857 candidates qualified this examination.  

43,730 candidates qualified for Assistant Professor only while 9,127 candidates qualified for both Junior Research Fellowship and Assistant Professor.

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UGC NET Admit Card and Subject Wise Dates

UGC NET Admit Card and Subject wise dates have been declared by National Testing Agency.

Admit cards are available only for the exam dates for 20th and 21th Nov. 2021, For other exam admit cards will be available soon.

Check your exam dates on the following link

NTA NET Study Habits

Every NTA NET aspirant has their own study habits. Some NTA NET aspirants like to work in the library, while others like to work at home. Some NTA NET aspirants like to work at one time, while others like to spread out their work throughout the day.

There are many ways to study, and the best way for each individual to study is to figure out what works for them.

UGC NET is one of the toughest examinations in India.

NTA UGC NET aspirants need to form healthy study habits in order to get the most out of their education. Get enough sleep, get enough rest, find a balance between studying and not studying, and eat healthy meals.

Studying is a difficult endeavor. It’s important to be organized and prepared to succeed. Here are some study habits which are helpful for securing success in NTA UGC NET examination.

Thanks for reading. Best of Luck !


Dr. Mohd. Rizwan


UGC NET 2021 Revision Tips

A lot of UGC NET aspirants are looking for ways to cut down the amount of time it takes to complete their exam preparation. They are looking for ways to study in a shorter time frame.

Exam qualification is a challenging task that only a few people will be able to achieve. The process requires a lot of time and energy, but it can be done. It all starts with a good plan. It is important to be realistic about how much time you have, and set realistic goals. The article “Last Month Preparation Tips for NTA-UGC-NET” will give you a few tips on how to make the most of your month, and how to qualify your exam in one month.

Get yourself a calendar and pencil and start studying. You don’t have to study all the information in the course into one month, but you should review your notes and outline about once a day. Make sure you keep track of all your work and study time so you know what you have left to study.

Best of luck for the examination!


Dr. Mohd. Rizwan


NTA UGC NET – Advisory related to COVID-19 (December 2020 and June 2021 Cycles)

The National Testing Agency has issued an advisory in Information Bulletin (December 2020 and June 2021 cycles) for UGC NET aspirants they should take it seriously. The aspirants must carry only the following with them into the examination center.

  1. Admit Card along with Self Declaration (Undertaking) downloaded from the NTA Website (a clear printout on A4 size paper) duly filled in.
  2. A simple transparent Ball Point Pen.
  3. Additional photograph, to be pasted on Attendance Sheet
  4. Personal hand sanitizer (50 ml).
  5. Personal transparent water bottle.
  6. Sugar tablets/fruits (like banana/apple/orange) in case the candidate is diabetic.

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