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Cancelling UGC NET in July stresses students

 

 

NET exam 2017 July Session Skipped, students hassled

 
The UGC National Eligibility Test (NET) 2017 was supposed to be conducted this July. However, a notification on the website of CBSE NET appeared on 6th June that stated that the exam will be conducted in November.
 
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This step has seems to have hampered the plan of many students. Such rumors have raised concerns among the students. A student said that the exam is difficult and takes several attempts. If the exam would have been conducted in July, he would have got some practice.
 
A research scholar from the Ambedkar University, Delhi said that their future is linked to this exam. If the exam is not being conducted in July, the students deserve to know why. They need to know how many opportunities they are getting next year. Students have protested earlier before the UGC for the Same reason.
 
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Usually, the NET exam is conducted twice a year, but this year the July exam was skipped because of the delay in the declaration of the previous NET exam, due to a court case. Though there has not been an official statement, many reports suggest that from now on, the NET exam will be conducted only once a year. Also, the number of NET qualifications will be restricted to 6 percent.
 
According to a UGC source, it is not confirmed that the NET will be an annual exam. It is still being discussed.
 
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A group of students led by the All India Students’ Association (AISA) protested on Wednesday outside the UGC office. They were against the scrapping of the CBSE NET’s July exam. After the students met Pankaj Mittal, the Additional Secretary, they were told that the matter is still being discussed by the CBSE and the HRD Ministry.
 
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