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More than 17,000 scholars of the state will take the UGC's National Eligibility Test (NET) here on June 24 2012. The test is held to determine candidates' eligibility for lectureship and for the award of Junior Research Fellowship (JRF). Patna University (PU) development officer and NET coordinator Sanjay Kumar Sinha said the examination would be held at 14 centres in the city.
The numbers of candidates have increased three-fold this time as compared to the last test held in December. About 6,000 candidates of different subjects had taken the test last time. The NET examination is held twice every year, in June and December. Sinha said the distribution of duplicate admit cards commenced on Thursday, 21st June, 2012 and it would continue till Saturday, 23rd June, 2012. In no case, the duplicate admit card would be given to any candidate on Sunday, the day of examination, he said, adding all the details of the test have been uploaded on PU's website. It may be mentioned here that PU students had performed quite well in the NET exam held in December last year. As many as 25 students cleared the JRF and 86 cleared the NET. The centre’s of UGC's examination include Patna College, Patna Science College, B. N. College, Patna Law College, Vanijya Mahavidyalaya, Magadh Mahila College, Darbhanga House complex, A. N. College, College of Commerce, J. D. Women's College, DAV Public School, Shastrinagar Government Girls' High School and Bankipur Girls' High School. PU has appointed one observer for each examination centre, said Sinha.
Courtesy: Times of India
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