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All is set for the conduct of the University Grants Commission’s National Eligibility Test, which for the first time, will be held on computer based mode across the country from December 18.

Over 9.56 lakh candidates are expected to appear for the test, which is being conducted by the newly constituted National Testing Agency (NTA). The computer-based test will be held in two sessions every day till December 22. A total of 595 test centres across the country have been constituted for smooth conduct of the test.

In the first shift, Paper-I will be held from 9.30 am to 10.30 am and Paper-II from 11 am to 1pm whereas the second shift exam will be from 2 pm to 5.30 pm.

Candidates who registered for the examination have to report at the examination room in the centre by 8.45 am for the first shift and by 1.15 pm in the second shift exam. No candidate will be permitted to enter the test venue after 8.30 am for first shift exam and after 1 pm for the second shift test.

The admit cards have been made available on the NTA website https://www.nta.ac.in. The candidates have to take a colour print of the admit card and carry one passport size photograph (same as uploaded on the online application) besides one authorized photo identity card list PAN card/driving license/voter ID/passport/Aadhaar card/Aadhaar enrollment number/ Ration card.

No candidate will be allowed to carry textual material, calculators, document pen, slide rules, log tables besides electronic watches with calculator, printed or written materials, mobile phone, bluetooth devices, pager etc.

All calculations/writing work should be done in the rough sheet provided at the examination room/hall and on competition of the tests, candidates must handover the rough sheets to the invigilator.

The NTA will display answer key of the questions on its website www.ntanet.nic.in and candidates can if objections if any on the answer key. The NTA will also display recorded response of all candidates on its and results will be declared by January 10.



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