"Check the UGC NET 2022 Essential Documents & Items to Carry and the list of prohibited items here. The exams are on July 9, 11, & 12."
The UGC NET 2022 starts tomorrow, July 9. Exams are on July 11 and 12 after the first day. Students appearing for the exams must check the UGC NET 2022 Essential Documents & Items to Carry. It will help them avoid harassment on exam day. Besides, carrying the documents is as vital as preparing for the exams. Your admit card is a document without which you will not be allowed to enter the exam venue. Furthermore, the exams will be held across several Indian cities together. Continue reading further to check the list of documents you must carry.
- UGC NET 2022: Admit Card Link Activated at ugcnet.nta.nic.in, Download Now
- UGC NET 2022 Exam City Intimation Link Out: Check Your Exam Centre Now
Checklist: UGC NET 2022 Essential Documents & Items to Carry on Exam Day
Students must check the essentials they need at the examination centre below and keep their bags packed accordingly.
Documents Checklist: Mandatory to carry
- The hard copy of the UGC NET 2022 Admit Card.
- Filled Self-Declaration Form (Download Here – fill it out and print it if you still haven’t)
- A Valid Photo-Identity
- Disability Certificate – those who have applied under the PwD Category.
Items Checklist: Prevents unnecessary harassment
- 1 Passport-Size Photograph
- Functioning, Ball-Pointed Blue or Black Pens
- Transparent Water Bottle
- Face Masks
- Sanitiser (50 ml transparent bottles only)
Things Not to Carry
Besides adhering to the checklist of items you should carry, here is a list of the prohibited items you should not carry.
- Books, notes, chits, or any other source of the similar exam content.
- Electronic Gadgets – smart phones & watches
- Thick-soled shoes
- Shirts with enormous buttons
In addition, students found with any of the above items can be evicted from the exam hall. Additionally, the authorities will nullify their application.
Furthermore, visit their official website – ugcnet.nta.nic.in, for the latest developments.
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