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About the N E T

The National Educational Testing Bureau of University Grants Commission (UGC) conducts National Eligibility
Test (NET) to determine eligibility for lectureship and for award of Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) for Indian
nationals in order to ensure minimum standards for the entrants in the teaching profession and research. The
Test is conducted in Humanities (including languages), Social Sciences, Forensic Science, Environmental
Sciences, Computer Science and Applications and Electronic Science.

The Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) conducts the UGC-CSIR NET for other Science
subjects, namely, Life Sciences, Physical Sciences, Chemical Sciences, Mathematical Sciences and Earth
Atmospheric Ocean & Planetary Sciences jointly with the UGC. The tests are conducted twice in a year
generally in the months of June and December. For candidates who desire to pursue research, the Junior
Research Fellowship (JRF) is available for five years subject to fulfilment of certain conditions. UGC has
allocated a number of fellowships to the universities for the candidates who qualify the test for JRF. The JRFs
are awarded to the meritorious candidates from among the candidates qualifying for eligibility for lectureship in
the NET. JRFs are available only to the candidates who opt for it in their application forms.

The test for Junior Research Fellowship is being conducted since 1984. The Government of India, through its
notification dated 22nd July, 1988 entrusted the task of conducting the eligibility test for lectureship to UGC.
Consequently, UGC conducted the first National Eligibility Test, common to both eligibility for Lectureship and
Junior Research Fellowship in two parts, that is, in December 1989 and in March, 1990.

N E T Schedule

UGC conducts NET twice a year, i.e., in the months of June and December. The notifications announcing the
June and December examinations are published in the months of March and September respectively in the
weekly journal of nation-wide circulation, viz, Employment News.

N E T Results Declaration Schedule

The result of June, UGC-NET is declared generally in the month of October. Similarly December, UGC-NET
result is usually declared in the month of April. The UGC-NET results published in the Employment News are
also available on UGC website.

N E T for Science Subjects

The NET in Major Science Subjects, viz., Chemical Sciences; Earth Atmospheric Ocean & Planetary Sciences;
Life Sciences; Mathematical Sciences and Physical Sciences is conducted jointly with the Council of Scientific
and Industrial Research (CSIR), New Delhi. The concerned notifications are issued separately by CSIR.

Submission of the Application Forms for Appearing in the UGC-NET

The procedure for applying for UGC-NET is described in detail in the notification for the relevant examination.
The notification is published in the Employment News generally in the months of March and September and is
also uploaded on the UGC website www.ugc.ac.in.

Non - Receipt of NET Certificate

In the case of non-receipt of NET certificate the candidates are advised to correspond with/contact the Head,
NET Bureau, UGC, South Campus, University of Delhi, Benito Juarez Marg., New Delhi 110 021. In their
covering letter, they must state their Roll No., the date of UGC-NET in which they have appeared and UGC-Ref.
No. (in case known to them). In case, they have not submitted the attested copies of their documents earlier,
they may do so with the covering letter duly signed by them. Attested copies of the following documents may
be submitted:

i. High School/Higher Secondary/Matriculation Certificate depicting date of birth.


ii. Master's degree/Provisional Certificate.
iii. Consolidated mark-sheet of Master's degree course. (Wherever grades are assigned, conversion table
in terms of consolidated percentage may be produced from the issuing authority).
iv. Caste certificate (only in case of SC/ST/OBC candidates)
v. Certificate of Physical disability (only in case of Physically Handicapped and Visually Handicapped
candidates).

Notes:

o All certificates have to be attested by a gazetted officer with his/her official stamp bearing
his/her name, designation and official address.
o The certificates, which are in languages other than Hindi and English, may be translated in
Hindi or English and attested by the issuing authority of the original certificates.
Procedure of issuing Duplicate Certificate

Duplicate NET certificate shall be issued only in the event of loss/non-receipt of the original one. The candidate
may submit the following documents for getting the duplicate certificate issued:

i. An affidavit on a Judicial stamp paper duly attested by the competent Authority for the loss of original
certificate issued by the UGC mentioning the name of the candidate, his/her particulars like father's
and mother's names, date of UGC-NET, Roll number, subject, address etc. The candidate must state
in the affidavit that in case of his/her discovering the original NET certificate/JRF Award letter; he/she
would not misuse it and return it to the NET Bureau.
ii. A demand draft of Rs. 100/- drawn in favour of the Secretary, University Grants Commission, New
Delhi payable at State Bank of India, Service Branch, (Code No. 7687), New Delhi.
iii. An attested Copy of FIR registered at a Police Station. The Attestation stamp of the Class-I gazetted
officer must bear his/her name, designation and official address.

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