NTA Exams June 2020: National Testing Agency (NTA) has issued a notification, inviting students for the undergraduate UGC NET AND JRF course, the exams of which will be held in the month of June.
Here’s all you need to know:
NTA Exams June 2020 – When to Apply?
The process of application will be held between 18th April and 24th April 2020. The exam date is scheduled between 15th June 2020 and 20th June 2020, while the admit card will be received on 15th May 2020.
- Start date of submission of Application: 18th April 2020
- Last date of submission of Application: 24th April 2020
- Admit card: 15th May 2020
- Exam date: 15th June- 20 June 2020
What is Application Fees?
All the general category candidates are required to pay Rs. 1000 as fees, while the candidates from EWS and OBC will be paying Rs. 500
|General EWS/OBC-NCL||Rs. 500/-|
|SC/ ST/ PwD/Transgender||Rs. 250/-|
NTA Exams June 2020 Eligibility Criteria:
- Candidates must possess a master’s degree or equivalent examination from any University or Institute recognized by the UGC.
- Also, Candidates should score a minimum of 55% (50% for reserved category) in the qualification examination.
While there is no such age limit when it comes to the post assistant professor, the limit should not exceed more than 30 years for JRF,
- Assistant Professor: No age limit
- Max. Age Limit for JRF: 30 years
- The qualifying candidates will be allowed to appear in the subject wise and category wise merit exam list and the top 6 percent of those appeared in both the papers will be considered as qualified.
- For Assistant professor, the candidates will be considered qualified on the basis of cut off marks scored secured in the respective categories. The top 15% from each category will be declared selected for the position.
|CBSE UGC NET June 2020 Subject Details|
|Subject Code||Subject Name||Subject Code||Subject Name|
|11||Defence and Strategic Studies||12||Home Science|
|45||Japanese||46||Adult Education / Continuing Education / Androgyny / Non Formal Education.|
|47||Physical Education||49||Arab Culture and Islamic Studies|
|50||Indian Culture||55||Labour Welfare / Personal Management / Industrial Relation / Labour and Social Welfare / Human Resource Management.|
|59||Library and Information Science||60||Buddhist, Jaina, Gandhian and Peace Studies.|
|61||–||62||Comparative Studies of Religious|
|63||Mass Communication and Journalism||85||Konkani|
|65||Dance||66||Museology and Conservation|
|69||–||70||Tribal and Regional Language|
|71||Folk Literature||72||Corporative Literature|
|73||Sanskrit Traditional Language||74||Woman Studies|
|81||Social Medicine and Community Health||82||Forensic Science|
|87||Computer Science and Application||88||Electronics Science|
|89||Environmental Science||90||International and Area Studies|
|91||Prakrit||92||Human Right and Duties|
|93||Tourism Administration and Management||94||Bodo|
|97||Rabindra Sangeet||98||Percussion Instruments|
|99||Drama / Theater||100||Yoga|