UGC NET City Slip for June 2024 Released, Check Your Allotted Exam Center Location

UGC NET City Slip for June 2024

The National Testing Agency (NTA) has officially released the exam city intimation slip for the UGC National Eligibility Test (NET) scheduled for June 2024. This step is crucial for candidates as it provides essential details about their exam center locations. Candidates can now download their exam city slips from the official website,

The UGC NET city intimation slip informs candidates about the city where their examination center is located. It’s important to note that this slip is not the admit card but an advance notification of the city where the exam will be held. The official admit card will be available on June 15, 2024.

The city intimation slip helps candidates plan their travel and accommodation arrangements in advance, ensuring they arrive at the correct location on the exam day without any last-minute hassles.

Direct Link to Download City Slip

How to Download UGC NET City Intimation Slip?

Candidates can download their city intimation slips by following these steps:

  1. Visit the official website:
  2. Click on the link for the UGC NET June 2024 city intimation slip.
  3. Enter your application number and date of birth.
  4. Download and print the slip for your reference.

Candidates facing issues in downloading or checking their city intimation slip can contact the NTA helpline at 011-40759000 or email for assistance.

UGC NET Admit Card 2024

The UGC NET Admit Card for June 2024 will be available on June 15, 2024. This card will contain detailed information such as the exact exam center address, shift timings, and other important instructions.

Key Dates for UGC NET June 2024

Here’s a quick overview of the important dates:

Release of City Intimation SlipJune 7, 2024
Release of Admit CardJune 15, 2024
UGC NET Exam DateJune 18, 2024

UGC NET June 2024 Exam Schedule

The UGC NET exam will be conducted in two shifts on June 18, 2024:

  • First Shift: 9:30 AM to 12:30 PM
  • Second Shift: 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM

Exam Format Summary

The exam is OMR-based, divided into two papers conducted consecutively without a break. Here’s a summary of the format:

  • Paper I:
    • Marks: 100
    • Number of Questions: 50
    • Content: Teaching and research aptitude, reasoning, comprehension, thinking skills, and general awareness.
  • Paper II:
    • Marks: 200
    • Number of Questions: 100
    • Content: Subject-specific questions based on the candidate’s chosen field.

Marking Scheme

  • Each question carries 2 marks.
  • No negative marking for incorrect answers.
  • Unanswered questions receive 0 marks.
  • Marks are awarded for correctly attempted questions even if the question is found to be incorrect or ambiguous.
  • Candidates who attempt dropped questions will receive +2 marks.