UGC NET 2017 RESULT & COUNSELLING
NATIONAL LEVEL OFFLINE TEST
UGC NET Result for November session will be declared within 4 months of commencement of exam. Candidates can check result for UGC NET 2017 on the official results portal of CBSE, ie., cbseresults.nic.in. They need Application Number, Roll Number and DOB to view the result.
CBSE will also issue individual certificate for qualified candidates. There is no validity period for UGC NET score and candidates can apply to various colleges/universities after qualifying the examination.
Candidates are considered eligible for the post of Assistant Professor and for JRF only when they conform to the UGC NET qualifying criteria as set by CBSE.
Number of slots under General category in a subject =
Number of candidates opted for JRF and are qualified for Assistant Professor in that subject X Number of slots under General category
Total Number of candidates who have opted for JRF under General category and are qualified for Assistant Professor
UGC NET will have three papers and the marking scheme is designed separately for each paper. Candidate needs to qualify each paper separately. Here is CBSE marking scheme for each paper separately.
CBSE will announce UGC NET Results on its official website candidate may check their result by visiting the web portal of CBSE.
CBSE UGC NET cut off percentage will be decided and declared by CBSE after the commencement of examination. Candidates who will score minimum qualifying marks separately in each three papers i.e. Paper I, Paper II, and Paper III shall be considered eligible for Assistant Professor and for the award of JRF (Junior Research Fellowship).
The aggregate marks of all the three papers i.e. Paper I, Paper II, and Paper III corresponding to the No. of JRF slots derived is considered as the cut-off percentage for the award of JRF for any particular category-wise subject.
|Category||Minimum qualifying marks|
|Paper I||Paper II||Paper III|
|General Category||40 (40%)||40 (40%)||75 (50%)|
|OBC/ SC/ST/ PWD||35 (35%)||35 (35%)||60 40%)|
It is compulsive for all the candidates to obtain minimum qualifying (cut off) marks in each three papers i.e. Paper I, Paper II, and Paper III separately.
Candidates can refer the previous year’s Qualifying Criteria and Cut-off given below: -
|UGC NET Exam||Qualifying criteria and cut-off (%)|
|Dec 2015||Download PDF|
|June 2014||Download PDF|
|December 2013||Download PDF|
|June 2013||Download PDF|
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