Tuesday, September 26

For the first time, NCET will have paper in 13 languages, 160 questions will be asked

The National Testing Agency (NTA) will be conducting the National Common Entrance Test (NCET) in 13 languages, including Assamese, Bengali, English, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Punjabi, Oriya, Tamil, Telugu, and Urdu. The NCET is a computer-based test that will consist of objective type multiple-choice questions, making it convenient for candidates to take.
The application process for the NCET has begun, and the date of the entrance test will be announced soon. The test pattern has been released by the NTA to help candidates prepare for the exam. In addition to the language, candidates will have to choose a specific subject based on the 12th syllabus. The NCET will consist of a total of 160 questions, divided into different parts. To be eligible for the test, candidates must have a good understanding of the specific subject they have chosen, as well as proficiency in the language they have selected.
This is an excellent opportunity for candidates who wish to pursue higher education in India, and the NTA has taken steps to ensure that the NCET is accessible to candidates from different linguistic backgrounds. If you are interested in taking the NCET, please visit the NTA website to apply.

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