How can I Correct my UGC NET Application form details after registering for the exam?

You can correct your UGC NET application form even after the registration cycle has ended, by using the UGC NET application form correction window that opens up after that. To know the step-by-step procedure as to how you can make changes to your application form, you can go through the steps written underneath.


To correct the details in your UGC NET application form, you’d have to follow the steps given below:

1. Go to the official website of the UGC NET: and scroll down to the bottom of the page. There you will find a blue button, on which you’ll find the text,” Correction window for UGC-NET December 2020 and June 2021 cycles”, written on it. Click on the button.

2. Doing so a new page will open. Fill in your application number, password and security pin and the click on “Sign in” button.

3. Next, on the new page that comes up. You’ll find the section called “Correction in Application Form Particulars” at the bottom of the page. Click on the blue button called “Correction in Application Form” given in that section.

4. On the new page that opens up with Instructions and Procedure for Online Correction of Application Form, put a tick on the “I Agree” Box and click on the “Proceed to Correction“ button.

5. Your UGC NET 2021 application form will then open up. Make the necessary changes in it.

Another important thing to note is that you can make changes only to your Signature, Photograph, Personal Details, and Exam Centre Preferences, nothing else apart from them can be changed.

6. Then click on Submit button once you have made the corrections. After making corrections it is recommended that take a printout of the revised application form for future reference.

Now that you know how to make changes to your UGC NET Application form, let us look at some of the most frequently asked questions pertaining to the topic of UGC NET application form correction.

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