NET December 2023 exam city slip released on ugcnet.nta.ac.in

Candidates who have applied for the examination can go to the website ugcnet.nta.ac.in and download it.

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The National Testing Agency (NTA) has issued exam city information slips for the December 203 edition of UGC NET. Candidates who have applied for the examination can go to the website ugcnet.nta.ac.in and download it.

“The Candidates may please note that this is NOT the Admit Card for the examination. This is advance information for the allotment of the city where the Examination Centre will be located, to facilitate the candidates,” the commission said in the notification.

Application number of the UGC NET December exam and date of birth are login credentials required to download UGC NET exam city slips.

Next, admit cards of the examination will be issued. As per NTA, UGC NET admit cards will be issued in the first week of December.

The UGC NET examination will be held from December 6 to 22. The detailed schedule is available on ugcnet.nta.ac.in.

How to download UGC NET December 2023 exam city slips

  • Go to the UGC NED December exam website, ugcnet.nta.nic.in.
  • Open the exam city intimation slip download link.
  • Now login with your application number and date of birth.
  • Check and download it.

    Direct Link: UGC NET December 2023 exam city slip

For further information, candidates can contact the NTA on 011-40759000 /011 – 69227700. They can also send e-mail at ugcnet@nta.ac.in.

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Dr. Suheba Khan worked as an Assistant Professor at the Advanced Centre for Women’s Studies, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh India from July 2019 to March 2021. She has been awarded her Ph.D. on “The Failed Feminism of Contemporary TV Advertisements in India”. She has multiple national and international research papers published under her name. At JK Chrome she writes for the Education News Section.
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