CSIR NET Exam 2021 Postponed & likely to be held in July 2021 Due to COVID-19: The Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) announced on Thursday, April 22nd, that the NET test will be postponed until the middle of July this year because to the epidemic. “Due to the uncertainty created by the pandemic, the CSIR-NET exam is likely to be pushed till at least the middle of July 2021,” the Human Resource Development Group (HRDG), a branch of CSIR, tweeted on April 20. We can’t hold the exam because it puts people at danger.”
In a tweet, the Human Resource Development Group (HRDG), a CSIR branch, stated that holding the CSIR-NET exam in July 2021 is “unlikely.” When the situation improves, we will offer a two-month notice,” the official tweet stated. The decision was made in light of the COVID-19’s second wave, which is on the rise.
The National Testing Agency conducts the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR UGC NET) twice a year; the exam in question is for the December 2020 session, which was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020.
The second wave of the epidemic has already resulted in the cancellation of a number of government recruiting exams. The next CSIR-NET is presently looking unlikely to take place in July; if the situation improves, we will give a two-month notice.