UGC NET December 2014 Application process opens at

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UGC NET December 2014 – Central Board of Secondary Education has started the on-line application process for UGC NET Form December 2014 from October 15. National Eligibility Test (NET) examination is conducted two times in a year by the University Grants Commission for the position of Junior Research Fellowship and Assistant Professor for various Indian Universities and Colleges. The next UGC-NET for Junior Research Fellowship & Eligibility for Assistant Professor will be held on 28th December, 2014 (Sunday). The candidate who desire to appear in the test may see the detailed notification available on the website from 15th Oct 2014. The candidate are requires to apply on-line only. The last date for applying on-line is 15th November 2014.

UGC NET December 2014

UGC NET Application Form December 2014:
The Central Board Secondary education (CBSE) has opened on-line application process from 15-10-2014 for National Eligibility Test (NET) December 2014. Eligible Candidates can visit the official website to apply on-line. The Last date for receiving the printout of on-line Application Form and Attendance Slip is November 25, 2014. UGC NET exam consists of three papers, conducted in two sessions in a day. All three papers contained objective type questions. CBSE will conduct NET in 79 subjects at 87 selected NET Coordinating Institutions spread across the country. You will be able to download UGC NET December 2014 Application from Please read the UGC
NET 2014 Notification carefully before you start filling the On-line Application Form.


UGC NET December 2014 Apply Online Step:

  • All candidate first open official website portal
  • Click on ‘Application form for NET’
  • Fill the application form.
  • Upload Scanned Photograph.
  • Pay the Examination Fee.
  • Print Application Form, Admission Card, Attendance Slip.

Click Here to Download full Notification

Apply online for UGC NET December 2014

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