UGC NET 2022 Exam In July, August: Check Full Schedule Here

UGC Net 2022

The National Testing Agency announced the dates for University Grants Commission National Eligibility Test (UGC NET) December 2021 and June 2022 merged cycles. Candidates who enrolled for the exam can check the date from the official website of the education board —

As per the given information, the exams will take place on 8, 9, 11, 12, July and on August 12, 13, and 14. Students should note that a detailed notice will be announced on the official website of NTA soon.

“Candidates are advised to regularly visit NTA website(s), https://ugcnet.nta.nic in for the latest updates regarding the examination. For any queries or /clarifications, candidates can call NTA Help Desk at 011 40759000 or write to NTA at,” reads the NTA notification.

Back on May 30th, the NTA closed the application window for UGC NET in December 2021, and June 2022. Students can expect the admit card for the exams soon. With the help of admit card, candidates will be able to check more details including the examination center and other details.

The National Testing Agency had opened the correction window for candidates from May 31, 2022, to June 1, 2022, till 9 pm.

Also Read: UGC NET 2022 full details

About UGC NET Exam 2022:

The UGC NET is a national-level eligibility test that takes place twice a year. In view of the Covid-19 situation in the country, the December cycle was postponed and the June 2022 cycle of UGC NET has also been delayed.

In order to regularise exams, the NTA has merged both December 2021 and June 2022 cycles into a single exam. The National Testing Agency conducts the exam, and the candidates who have completed their master’s degree can apply for the exam.

Supreme Court refuses additional counselling round for NEET-PG 2021

Supreme Court refuses additional counselling round for NEET-PG 2021 1

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Friday observed that granting a special round of counselling to fill up vacant post graduate (PG) medical seats will not be in the best interests of medical education and public health.

The apex court made the remarks while dismissing a petition filed by a set of doctors who qualified for the NEET-PG 2021 and sought a special counselling round citing a huge vacancy of 1,456 PG seats after admissions were closed on May 7.

“Petitioners are not entitled to a writ of mandamus for a special stray round of counselling as granting of such relief may affect medical education and public health,” a bench of justices MR Shah and Aniruddha Bose said.

The bench, while dismissing the petition filed by a group of seven doctors led by Astha Goel, said, “Even after 8-9 rounds of counselling, out of the 40,000 seats, only 1,456 seats are vacant. Of that, over 1,000 are non-clinical posts.”

The top court reserved its order on the matter on Thursday when the Centre said that vacant seats appear every year and it was on account of these seats being non-clinical or teaching posts which are not preferred by doctors as it does not aid their career.

The Centre informed that out of the 1,456 vacant seats, 1,100 are in private colleges that charge exorbitant fees while 300 are in government colleges. Furthermore, 76% of the total vacancies are in non-clinical courses and no purpose will be served by having an additional round. The Centre added that the counselling process for NEET-PG 2022 is due to begin in July and the software for NEET-PG 2021 counselling had closed.

The bench in its judgment noted the need for the Centre and the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) to adhere to the time schedule, and this will be possible only if NEET-PG 2022 admission process goes unhindered. The bench also noted that the PG 2021 session which had to begin last year is already running late by a year.

“When a conscious decision has been taken by the government and MCC not to have an additional round of counselling, it cannot be said to be arbitrary. It is in the interest of medical education and public health,” the order stated.

On Thursday, the bench observed, “Can it be said that for a three-year course, admission can be granted after more than one year has elapsed? Doctors should be well trained. There cannot be any compromise with education as it can’t be that they are trained for less than three years considering the impact it has on the health of the people.”

NEET Result 2022: How To Calculate The NEET Percentile? Check here

NEET Result 2022: How To Calculate The NEET Percentile? Check here 2

Results for the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test will be announced after conducting the exams successfully al across the India. The result will be made available on the official websites or

The National Testing Agency (NTA), which is the conducting body of NEET 2022, is yet to inform the exact exam and result time. However, candidates can learn to calculate their percentile prior to the release of the NEET result in 2022. Read on to find out, “How to calculate NEET percentile?”

How to calculate NEET percentile?

In order to be able to calculate the NEET percentile, a candidate must first be aware of their NEET marks and NEET rank. Hence, let’s look at how to calculate these two aspects of the NEET result in 2022. Before diving into the NEET result, candidates must be aware of the fact that according to a report on NTA’s website, General category students require a minimum of 50th percentile marks to qualify while reserved categories need at least 40th percentile marks to qualify.

How to calculate the NEET rank?

A candidates NEET rank is calculated and announced in the rank list by NTA. But, one can calculate an estimate of their rank by seeing the previous year’s NEET scores vs NEET ranks. It is also helpful to know that NTA has revealed on its official website that it takes into account the raw NEET scores of all candidates and then uses a few tie-breaker methods to rank them. According to NTA in NEET 2019, here are the tiebreakers used in the following order:

  • Higher marks in biology (botany and zoology section combined) will be given a higher NEET rank
  • Higher marks in Chemistry will be given a higher NEET rank
  • The number of wrong answers candidates who have lesser number of wrong answers would be awarded the higher rank.
  • Age candidates with higher age would be preferred over the younger ones and awarded the higher rank.

How to calculate the NEET score?

Candidates can calculate their NEET marks or NEET score with the help of the answer key made available by the NTA. A student can tally their own answers with the ones mentioned in NEET answer key to see which questions you answered correctly. For each correct answer will get 4 marks, while every wrong answer will deduct 1 mark. Unattempt questions and those having multiple answers marked will get no marks.

  • Total NEET Marks = 180 MCQs X 4 = 720 Marks
  • Your NEET score = (Total number of correct answers x 4) (Total number of incorrect answers x 1)

How to calculate NEET percentile?

NEET percentile based on marks

  • A student can calculate your NEET percentile easily with their own NEET score and the score of a NEET topper in that particular year.
  • NEET Percentile = Your NEET score * 100 / NEET score of the topper

NEET percentile based on rank

  • Students can also calculate their NEET percentile with their own NEET rank and the number of candidates appearing for NEET that particular year.
  • NEET Percentile = [(Total no. of candidates appearing NEET Rank) /Total no. of candidates appearing] x 100
  • This method is trickier than the last one.

IGNOU June TEE Date Sheet 2022: Download PDF

IGNOU datesheet

IGNOU June 2022 TEE exam dates: The Indira Gandhi National Open University, IGNOU, has released tentative dates for the June 2022 Term End Examination, IGNOU June TEE 2022. A notice regarding the same is available on the official website of IGNOU, i.e., Candidates who will appear for IGNOU June TEE 2022 are requested to visit the official website of IGNOU to view the tentative dates.


As per the tentative dates, IGNOU will begin the June 2022 TEE from July 22, and will conclude the same on September 5, 2022, and will hold the exams in two shifts; the morning shift (10 am to 1 pm) and the evening shift (2 pm to 5 pm).

Candidates caN check the detailed tentative June 2022 TEE date sheet here.

IGNOU June TEE Date Sheet: Check highlights here 

  • IGNOU June TEE exams will begin on July 22, 2022
  • The last exam will be conducted on September 5, 2022
  • IGNOU June TEE admit card release date has not been released yet

How to download IGNOU June term end exam admit card?

  • Step 1: Visit the official website of IGNOU –
  • Step 2: Click on ‘Hall Tickets for June 2020 Term End Examination’ link
  • Step 3: A new login window will pop up on the screen
  • Step 4: Type your enrollment number and select the programme that you belong to
  • Step 5: IGNOU TEE June 2022 Admit Card will appear on the screen
  • Step 6: Download the admit card or hall ticket and print it out for future references 

To be noted that candidates will have to make sure to take printout of admit card. It is an important document that needs to be carried to the exam hall on exam date. In case candidate forget to carry the same, they will not be allowed to take the exam. Candidates are advised to keep an eye on the official websites so as not to miss any updates related to exam.

Vidya Shakti Scholarships: 1500 girl students from J&K colleges to get scholarships

Vidya Shakti Scholarships: 1500 girl students from J&K colleges to get scholarships 3

Srinagar: 1500 girl students from degree colleges across Jammu and Kashmir will be awarded scholarships to help them undertake high-quality and tech-driven online skilling programmes in cutting edge technologies like Digital Marketing and Data Science with Artificial Intelligence. A proposal to this effect was jointly agreed upon by the Higher Education Department J&K and the upGrad Foundation – the philanthropic and not-for-profit division of EdTech company upGrad.

The upGrad Foundation will be supporting this initiative through its 100 per cent fee waiver for tech driven programmes to help deserving and shortlisted female learners through its social impact initiative – Vidya Shakti Scholarships.

However, the initiative will not be confined only to online courses and scholarships but will aim to deliver an all-encompassing education experience with added benefits like one-on-one mentoring and learning and guidance through webinars and talks.

It will also offer strong placement support in the form of internships and job opportunities facilitated by the upGrad Foundation for enabling positive career outcomes for the learners. The initiative will educate and empower female learners coming from underserved sections and marginalized backgrounds and connect them with role models to guide and inspire them to follow in their footsteps.

It will also provide 70 per cent scholarship for reputed PG courses in Management and Executive PG programme in Human Resource Management.

While access to Higher Education and focus on skills are among the major goals of the National Education Policy 2020, substantially increasing the number of youths with relevant skills, including technical and vocational skills, for employment, decent jobs, and entrepreneurship will also significantly contribute towards the achievement of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), 2030.

With females being hit the hardest by the pandemic, the girl students especially in remote areas were facing challenges in terms of higher education and employment. The support of the upGrad Foundation in getting women learners to access the mainstream job market through digitization and upskilling will be a tremendous boost. The said initiative is initially being introduced in 16 colleges but can be expanded later on.

This is one of the many initiatives of the Higher Education Department to improve access to quality education, skills and knowledge to remote and distant areas and especially to girl children. The Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Rohtak is already running an Entrepreneurial Internship programme focused on women learners for Jammu and Kashmir.

The department too is also promoting skilling initiatives on a large scale and has integrated skill education seamlessly with mainstream education. Add on skill courses will now be offered as 30 credit integrated courses wherein 12 credits will be either embedded or as add on component while as 18 credits will be offered as Skill training by respective Sector Skill Councils under the certification of NSDC.

Infrastructure in the HEIs has been created in a Skill development infrastructure in the Higher Educational Institutions of J&K has been created in a Hub and Spoke Model and and 15 Hub and 75 Spoke centers stand already established with a seed money of Rs. 10.00 Crore.

The domains offered include Electronics, Computers & IT , Horticulture , Agriculture, Pharmacy , Paramedical , Food Science Technology , Fashion Technology, Epiculture, Sericulture, Veterinary Sciences, Financial Management , Engineering , etc.

The department is also planning to set up 15 centres for Innovation and Incubation to encourage start ups and help incubate promising ideas. It is also setting up Research and Innovation hubs in colleges and designating universities as mentor institutions to create an ecosystem of research and innovation.

CUET 2022 registration ends today, apply at, link here

CUET 2022 registration ends today, apply at, link here 4

The application window for the Common University Entrance Test, or CUET 2022, will conclude today on May 22, 2022 at 11:50 PM. Candidates seeking admission to undergraduate programmes at central universities and other participating universities can apply for the examination at

The application correction window will be activated from May 25 to May 31. Previously, the deadline for applying to CUET 2022 for UG Admissions was May 6, 2022.

However, the NTA has decided to extend the deadline for submitting online applications for CUET (UG) – 2022 until May 22.

CUET 2022: Know how to apply

  • Visit the official website of CUET at
  • On the homepage, click on ‘New Registration’ under the ‘Candidate Activity’ tab
  • Key in the required details and submit
  • Now, login to your account and submit the application form along with documents and the exam fee
  • Keep the hard copy of the same for future reference.

Here’s the direct link to apply

CBSE Class 11th Term 1 English Syllabus 2022 PDF

CBSE Class 11th Term 1 English Syllabus 2022 PDF 5

Term 1 CBSE Class 11 English Core Syllabus 2021-22 can be checked below and downloaded in PDF format. The link to download CBSE Syllabus for Class 11 English Core is given at the end of this article. It is applicable for CBSE Academic Session 2021-22 (Term 1).

CBSE Class 11 English Core Syllabus 2021-22:

Section A: Reading Comprehension – 13 Marks

  • – Unseen passage (factual, descriptive or literary/ discursive or persuasive): 8 Marks
  • – Case Based Unseen (Factual) Passage: 5 Marks

Section B: Creative Writing Skills and Grammar – 12 Marks

Short Writing Tasks

Notice Writing: 3 Marks

Long Writing Tasks – 5 Marks

  • – Business or Official Letters( Making enquiries, registering complaints, asking for or giving information, placing orders and sending replies)
  • – Speech

Grammar – 4 Marks

  • – Determiners
  • – Tenses
  • – Re-ordering of Sentences
  • {MCQs on Gap filling/ Transformation of Sentences}

Section C: Literature  – 15 Marks (9 Marks for Hornbill + 6 Marks for Snapshots)


Literary-prose/poetry extracts ( seen- texts ) comprehension and appreciation. (Two Extracts)

Questions Based on Texts to assess

comprehension and appreciation, analysis, inference, extrapolation


  • – The Portrait of a Lady (Prose)
  • – A Photograph (Poem)
  • – “We’re Not Afraid to Die… if We Can All Be Together” (Prose)
  • – Discovering Tut: the Saga Continues
  • – The Laburnum Top (Poem)
  • – Landscape of the Soul (Prose)


  • The Summer of the Beautiful White
  • Horse(Prose)
  • The Address (Prose)
  • Ranga’s Marriage (Prose)
Total40 Marks
ASL10 Marks
Grand Total50 Marks