UGC NET December 2023: Tomorrow, December 6, 2023, the National Testing Agency will administer the UGC NET December 2023 examination in New Delhi. Evaluation for the UGC NET 2023 will occur in two sessions. Candidates are required to be in the examination venue no later than 2:30 pm for the second shift and 8.30 am for the first shift.
For verification purposes, candidates attempting the exam must possess the UGC NET admit card 2023 and a valid photo ID. The UGC NET 2023 admit card is available for download at ugcnet.nta.ac.in, the official website.
UGC NET 2023 Examination: Required Documents for the Examination Center
Applicants must bring the identical form of identification to the examination center that was utilized to complete the UGC NET application. Candidates are strongly encouraged to bring their NTA UGC NET admit cards to the examination centers. In addition to the UGC NET admit card, candidates are required to bring one authentic photo ID as additional identification.
Applicants must maintain the photo ID they presented when completing the application form. Additionally, candidates requesting a waiver under the PWD category must present a PwD certificate from the Competent Authority.
The following items qualify as authorized forms of identification:
- Card Aadhaar
- Employee identification badge
- Photo ID Card issued by the Central or State Government; University or College ID Card
- Voter Identification Card
- Car PAN
- Automobile Licence
- A passport
Both Paper 1 and Paper 2 of the official UGC NET exam pattern 2023 contain multiple-choice questions (MCQs) without any negative marking. Paper 1 carries an overall weight of 100 marks. Paper 2 carries a total of 200 marks, of which two are allocated to each question. The examination will be conducted entirely online for three hours.
Candidates may select from a wide range of disciplines for Paper 2, including but not limited to political science, philosophy, geography, history, Indian culture, law, and commerce. In contrast, Paper 1 is consistent across all candidates and assesses their overall comprehension of the learning process in the context of higher education and their aptitude for teaching.