Saturday, February 19, 2022

UGC NET Result 2022

The UGC NET exam is conducted to find out the eligible candidates who can apply for Assistant Professors/Lecturers

and Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) posts in various government universities and colleges of India. The UGC NET December 2020- June 2021 Exam has been conducted at 837 exam centres across 239 cities in 81 subjects. According to the data on Internet, approximately 12 lakh candidates have appeared for the UGC NET 2021 Exam. After the exam, NTA UGC has also published the day wise, date wise, subject wise provisional answer key for Phase I, II, III. Since the last Date for Display of QP and Challenge of Provisional Answer Key is over, 

candidates are searching for the UGC NET Result 2021-2022. It is officially confirmed recently by the UGC chairman that the NTA will announce the NET Result 2022 by the 3rd Week of Feb 2022. Stay connected with us to get the direct link to your result scorecard pdf. University Grants Commission (UGC)-NET works under the Ministry of Education, Government of India. National Testing Agency (NTA) is the one who is responsible for conducting UGC NET. Due to COVID, the exam for December 2020- June 2021 was delayed but finally concluded on 5th January 2022. 

Now, candidates will be declared eligible or not eligible on the basis of their aggregate performance in Paper-I and Paper-II of UGC-NET. As mentioned above, UGC NET Paper 1, 2 exams are held to determine the eligibility for JRF and Assistant Professorship professionals. Therefore, do check your 2021-22 result as and when uploaded. You will be required your login details such as application number and date of birth in order to find the results. he cut-off for UGC NET will depend on number of candidates who appeared in the exam, the Difficulty level of the UGC NET question paper,

 NET Result 2022

Result Link here

Exam Date : 20-11-2021  to 5th January 2022

the Previous year UGC NET cut off trends.The candidate will get UGC NET certificate only if the qualifying criteria are achieved. Therefore, to get shortlisted for E-certificate, you must meet the cut-off requirements. The NTA will prepare the cut-off marks category-wise based on combined Paper 1 and Paper 2 scores. For general, the minimum qualifying marks shall be 40% of total marks whereas SC/ST/PwD/EWS/others shall secure 35% in order to qualify the UGC NET exam. You should check the previous year/last year cut-off trends to get an idea of selection to JRF & Lectureship posts.

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