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NCERT Non Teaching Admit Card 2023 (OUT) LDC & Assistant Exam Date

NCERT Non Teaching Admit Card 2023

National Council of Education Research and Training will conduct the Computer Based Test on 19th October 2023 for the Lower Division Clerk and Assistant, admit card for the same is available on the official website on 07 October 2023. Candidates need to know that the direct link is activated on the web portal, which is accessible at https://ncert.nic.in/. 

NCERT Non-Teaching Admit Card 2023

The admit cards for the National Council of Education Research and Training’s Lower Division Clerk (LDC) and Assistant positions are eagerly anticipated by candidates, who registered themselves to sit in the CBT. The date for releasing it is not yet confirmed, but it will be released on 07th October 2023. Aspirants are advised to regularly check the official website, https://ncert.nic.in/, during this period to access the direct link for downloading it.

There are a total number of 347 vacancies for Non-Technical posts: Lower Division Clerk and Assistant, candidates who registered from April 29 to May 28, 2023, to sit in the computer Test on 19th October 2023 need to know that a hall ticket is one of the required documents without which no one will be allowed inside the exam hall, on the online exam day candidates are going to be asked to show it and those who don’t have this document’s physical copy won’t get entry inside the exam hall.

CountryIndia
OrganizationNational Council of Education Research and Training
Post NameNon Teaching (Lower Division Clerk & Assistant)
Vacancies347
Admit Card07th October 2023
Admit Card LinkCheck Here
Exam Date19 October 2023
Official Websitencert.nic.in/

The official website of the National Council of Education Research and Training is accessible only at https://ncert.nic.in/, and the hall ticket for downloading and printing will be available on the same web portal, shortly after which the direct link to download it will be activated inside the table, which is available below.

How to download the NCERT LDC / Assistant Admit Card 2023?

Download the admit card for the post of Lower Division Clerk or Assistant, you have to go through the procedure below.

  1. Visit the official NCERT i.e. National Council of Education Research and Training website by going to https://ncert.nic.in/.
  2. Look for the “Announcement” section on the homepage and click on it.
  3. In the Announcement section, search for the “Vacancies” option and select it.
  4. You will find a link related to “Admit Card for Computer Based Test to be held on 19th October 2023”, click on it.
  5. Post-tapping on the above-mentioned will direct you to a page where you need to enter your User ID and Password.
  6. After entering your credentials correctly, click on the “Submit” button to get the digital copy of the hall for LDC or Assistant.

NCERT Exam Date 2023

Notification for recruitment of Lower Division Clerk and Assistant under the National Council of Education Research and Training was released officially on April 29, 2023, after which eligible and interested candidates applied till May 28, 2023. The correction window was available from May 31 to June 02, 2023, The exam date was announced officially and it is going to be held on 19th October 2023 for both posts in the CBT i.e. Computer Based Test mode across the Nation.

Candidates need to know that online examinations for the post of Lower Division Clerk and Assistant will take place from 12:30 pm to 02:30 pm with an exam time duration 0of 2 hours and 04:30 pm to 07:00 pm with an exam time duration 0of 2 hours 30 minutes, respectively. Reporting time at the exam center for LDC and Assistant is 11:30 am and 3:30 pm, respectively, one who wishes won’t get entry inside the exam hall.

NCERT Exam Pattern 2023

Exam for the post of Lower Division Clerk and Assistant will be held in ten CBT mode with an exam time duration of 120 minutes and 150 minutes, respectively, every single individual who is going to participate in the exam need to know that multiple-choice questions are going to be asked from different sections, each question will be of 1 mark.