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UGC NET 2020: Application correction window reopened @ ugcnet.nta.ac.in: Check details here



UGC NET 2020: The National Testing Agency, NTA has reopened the UGC NET 2020 application correction window on the official website ugcnet.nta.nic.in. Once the application correction window closes, the UGC NET 2020 admit cards would be released by NTA.

All the candidates can choose to appear from the list of 81 subjects provided by UGC in the exam.

UGC NET 2020: How to change the application details
To change the exam centre, the candidates have to follow the easy steps shared below:

Visit the official website of NTA UGC NET, ugcnet.nta.nic.in
Go to the link at the bottom of the page that reads application correction window
Fill in the Application Number, Date of Birth and other details
Fill in the details of changes you seek in the application and change the exam centre if desired
Submit the form and save a copy for future use.
Official release by NTA on UGC-CSIR NET
“In view of the representation received from many students who have not filled application form due to the changed circumstances arising out of Covid-19 and request received from the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), NTA has decided to reopen the portal again for few weeks.”

“This is also applicable to other students who have not been able to complete the application or submit the application form for CSIR- UGC NET June 2020 due to one reason or another.”

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