New Delhi, April 4: The last date to submit the online application form for the UGC NET 2018 exam is April 5, 2018. So, candidates who wish to apply for the UGC NET 2018 exam should apply by tomorrow. There are only a few hours left for the online application, so hurry up. The Central Board of Secondary Education is going to conduct the University Grants Commission National Eligibility Test (UGC-NET) 2018 on July 8. From March 6, the online application process for the examination has started. Now, after the completion of the application process, the form correction process will start on April 25 and will continue until May 5.Also Read - CTET 2021: Good News For Aspirants as CBSE Allows Them to Re-appear For Paper I Exam On Jan 17

Every year, the exam is conducted to find eligible candidates for Assistant Professor or Junior Research Fellowship in Indian colleges and universities. This year, the board has made several changes, from extending the age limit to changing examination pattern for Junior Fellowship (JRF).  This year the board will conduct the NET examination in 84 different languages at 91 selected cities across the country. Also Read - CBSE Class 10, 12 Term 1 Results to be Declared in Next Few Days: 5 Ways Students Can Check Score Here

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Online application starting date: March 6, 2018

Online application closing date: April 5, 2018

Last date of submission of Fee: April 6, 2018

Form Correction Process starting date: April 25, 2018

Form Correction Process closing date: May 5, 2018

Date of Examination: July 8, 2018

How To Apply: Candidates need to visit the official website of CBSE UGC NET i.e. Then they should click on the relevant link for applying online. Candidates must enter the required details to fill up the form and submit the same. They should take a printout of it for future reference.

Application Fee: Rs 1,000 for the general candidates and Rs 500 for OBC candidates.

Exam Pattern:  The exam will consist of two papers. The duration will three hours. Paper I will consist of 50 questions totalling 100 marks and the time duration will be an hour. And Paper II will consist of 100 questions worth 200 marks in all and the time duration will be two hours. For more information, visit the official site of CBSE.