NTA Announces Exam Schedule for UGC-NET, JEE-main, NEET-UG, GPAT & CMAT

NTA Announces Exam Schedule for UGC-NET, JEE-main, NEET-UG, GPAT & CMAT. The National Testing Agency (NTA) has proclaimed the dates for registration and exam schedule of varied competitive exams like University Grants Commission-National Eligibility Test (UGC-NET), Joint Entrance Examination-Main (JEE-main) and National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET-UG), Graduate Pharmacy Aptitude Test (GPAT) and Common Management Admission Test (CMAT). The NEET-UG are going to be “a single exam in pen and paper mode and within the same variety of languages as has been conducted in 2018.

” The govt. earlier in July 2018 proclaimed a tentative schedule for the exams and also said that the JEE-main and NEET-UG are going to be conducted double a year and all the exams are going to be computer based. However, following request from the ministry of health and family welfare, it absolutely was set that the medical/ dental entrance test can still be an annual exam on pen and paper mode with no change in pattern.

NTA Announces Exam Schedule for UGC NET, NEET, JEE Mains, GPAT & CPAT 2021:

Exams Mode of
examination
Downloading of admit
cards
Registration
dates
Dates of
examination
Dates of

announcing
results

UGC-NET
Dec 2021
CBT Nov Sept Dec, 2021 Jan, 2021
CMAT & GPAT CBT Jan, 2021 Nov, 2021 Jan Feb
JEE- Main1 CBT Dec Sept Jan, 2021 Jan
JEE-Main2 CBT Mar Feb to Mar, 2021 Apr Apr
NEET-UG Pen & paper Apr Nov, 2018 May, 2021 Jun

The UGC-NET December 2021 are going to be the first exam to be conducted by the NTA from December nine to twenty three, 2021 , whereas JEE-main 1are going to be conducted from January 6 to 20, 2021 and JEE-main 2 are going to be from April 6 to 20, 2021. CMAT and GPAT will be conducted once a year and that they are going to be single day examination Jan twenty eight, 2021. NEET-UG are going to be held on may five, 2021.

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The NTA has additionally announced the dates for announcement of the results as well. according to Vineet Joshi, director-general, NTA, “We also are establishing a countrywide network of test observe centres (TPCs) for college students of rural areas so everybody can have a chance to observe before the examination. From Sep one, 2021 on each Saturday and Sunday 2,697 schools/ engineering colleges with computer centres are being made available and any student will use the facility free of charge. A mobile application is being developed which can enable the students to choose the nearest TPC.”

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