CSIR UGC NET Application Form Correction Window Re-Opens
Sarada Prasad Rath
National Testing Agency (NTA) has re-opened the application form correction window of CSIR UGC NET 2020 (National EligibilityTest) on 6 July 2020. candidates can edit their submitted application form till 15 July 2020. Correction in the application form will be accepted till 5 PM and the submission of the fee will be accepted till 11.50 PM. The exam date hasn't been announced yet but will be very shortly.
Important Points Regarding Form Correction:
- No change in the application form will be accepted through fax/application, including email. Those candidates who have mailed or faxed regarding the application form correction are advised to do in the online mode.
- Candidates who have uploaded photos and signature which are illegible are advised to upload clear images according to respective specifications to avoid cancellation of their candidature.
- In case of any additional fee payment, candidates can pay through Credit card/Debit card/Net banking/UPI/PAYTM.
- NTA will try to allot candidates their preferred exam centre in order of choices in the application form. But due to administrative reasons, NTA may allot a different city and the decision will be final.
Steps to Edit the Application Form:
- Go to the official website of CSIR UGC NET
- Click on "Correction in Application Form UGC-NET JUNE 2020"
- Enter Application No., Password, and Security Pin
- Make necessary changes in the application form
- Submit the form
To edit the application form, Click Here
CSIR UGC NET 2020 Important Dates
||16th March 2020
||30th June 2020
|Application form correction
||6th - 15th July 2020
|Admit card availability
||To be notified
||To be notified
CSIR UGC NET is an entrance test conducted by the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research. The entrance exam allows the candidates to apply for the Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) & Lectureship (LS). Conducted in two sessions, the exam focuses on Mathematical, Chemical and Physical, Life, and Earth science.
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