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UGC NET 2024 Cancelled: UGC NET exam cancelled, just a day later the ministry said – integrity was compromised

NTA UGC NET June 2024 Cancelled: UGC NET exam has been cancelled. This information has been given by the Ministry of Education. The Education Ministry said that the sanctity of the NET exam held on 18 June 2024 has been compromised. This decision has been taken under the inputs given by the Indian Cyber ​​Crime Coordination Center (14C). Like NEET, UGC NET Exam is also conducted by the National Testing Agency.

This is a big setback for NTA, which is already grappling with the NEET exam scam case. The Education Ministry tweeted on Wednesday, June 19, ‘In view of the initial information received from the Indian Cyber ​​Crime Coordination Center under the Ministry of Home Affairs, the UGC NET 2024 exam held on June 18 is being canceled. Now this exam will be conducted again. Information related to the new date of UGC NET exam will be released separately on’

UGC NET 2024: There will be a CBI inquiry

The ministry has said that ‘CBI is being entrusted with the task of investigating the irregularities in the UGC NET exam. The government is committed to maintaining the sanctity of the examinations and protecting the interests of the students. Strict action will be taken against any person or institution found responsible for the irregularities in the NET exam.’

UGC NET Exam: The exam was conducted in pen paper mode

This exam, which qualifies candidates for Assistant Professor, Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) and PhD admission, was conducted in pen paper mode i.e. offline mode. NTA conducted the NET exam in two shifts on the same day across the country. About 9 lakh candidates appeared in this exam.

What is UGC NET?

The full form of UGC NET is University Grants Commission National Eligibility Test. This exam is conducted for a total of 83 subjects for candidates with a master’s degree. Those who pass this exam are eligible to get the job of Assistant Professor in universities and colleges. At the same time, those who come in the top 6% cutoff are given Junior Research Fellowship. Under this, they are paid a fixed amount for research work by the Government of India. This exam is conducted twice a year – June and December.

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