The National Testing Agency (NTA) has put out the test admit card for jobs at Jawaharlal Nehru University that don’t involve teaching. There are more than 300 non-teaching positions to be filled. The admit cards can be downloaded from the official website, which is recruitment.nta.nic.in.
On April 26 and 27, the NTA JNU non-teaching test will be given. The CBT Question Paper for General Awareness, Reasoning Ability, Mathematical Ability, and Computer Awareness will be in both English and Hindi. The candidates will choose either English or Hindi for the language test.
JNU Non-Teaching Admit Card 2023
A lot of people who want to be hired as Junior Assistant, Multi-Tasking Staff, Stenographer, Mess Helper, Cook, etc., filled out the online application form between February 18 and March 17, 2023. If you are one of the thousands of people who filled out the form online, you should know that no one will get a physical copy of the JNU Non-Teaching Post Admit Card. Instead, you have to download it from the official website and print a copy to bring to the
|April 23, 2023
|26th and 27th April 2023
|National Testing Agency & Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi
|Written Examination & Skill Test (Required Posts)
|JNU Non-Teaching Admit Card
NTA hasn’t said when they will release the Hall Ticket for various Non-Teaching posts, but it’s likely that the exam will be in the first week of April 2023. This means that the officials may release the JNU NON-TEACHING ADMIT CARD 2023 in the last week of this month. The Hall Ticket is one of the required documents, and no one will be allowed into the exam hall without it. Once the admit card is released officially, a direct link to download it will be
JNU Non-Teaching Exam Date 2023
The National Testing Agency will soon announce the exam dates for the positions of Junior Assistant, Multi-Tasking Staff, Stenographer, Mess Helper, Cook, etc. There are two parts to the selection process for non-teaching jobs: a written exam and a skills test (if needed). Those who want to take the written exam should know that it is likely to be held on April 26 and 27 at different exam centers across the country.
JNU Non-Teaching Exam Pattern
Written tests for non-teaching jobs will be given offline by the National Testing Agency. There will be two papers, and the first one will have 150 multiple-choice questions worth 2 marks each from the following categories:
- General Awareness
- Reasoning Ability
- Mathematical Ability
- Test of Language: English Or Hindi
- Computer Awareness
In Paper 1, candidates will have two hours to answer as many questions as possible. In Paper 2, 50 questions, each worth two marks, will be asked about Domain Knowledge, and the exam will last only 1 hour and 30 minutes. In both papers, there will be a negative marking system: for every wrong answer, half a mark will be taken away.
Download JNU Non-Teaching Admit Card 2023
- Go to the National Testing Agency’s employment site, which can only be found at recruitment.nta.nic.in/.
- Find the choice that says “JNU Recruitment Examination – 2023 for Non-Teaching Posts” and tap on it.
- Now, you’ll see a button that says “Download Admit Card.” Tap this button to go to another page.
- In the end, you’ll be asked for your Registration Number and Date Of Birth. Click the “Submit” button to get the PDF file of your hall ticket.
NTA will be in charge of the written and skill tests. The written test (Paper-I and Paper-II) will count for 70%, while the interview and personality test will count for 30%.
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