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UGC NET December 2020 (May 2021) results will be released in June 2021. Candidates can check the results through the direct link below. As the UGC NET result will be declared, the cut-off of UGC NET will be also announced. Immediately after checking the result, the test takers are advised to check the last year's cut-offs or the trend of the cut-offs released in the past years. This will help in generating an idea about the cut-off that might release this year.
|UGC NET Cutoff||UGC NET Selection Process|
The UGC NET May 2021 result will showcase the marks obtained by the candidates in the online examination. As the UGC NET exam is divided into different sections, the allocation of marks will be done accordingly. Candidates must look for the marks of Paper 1 and Paper 2 separately in different columns. The result list will also define whether the candidate is eligible for the post of the JRF and/or Assistant Professor. Information like Roll Number, Serial Number, Subject and Category of the candidates will also be mentioned on the result page of the UGC NET June 2020 examination. Candidates are advised to read the information given below to know more on results and past trends of UGC NET.
The UGC NET December 2020 (May 2021) important dates of the result will help the test takers to understand the exact/ tentative date for the announcement of UGC NET 2020 results. Check the dates below -
|UGC NET December 2020 Exam Date|
May 02 to 17, 2021
|UGC NET December 2020 (May 2021) Result Date|
Candidates will have to follow the steps mentioned below in order to check the results of NTA UGC NET:
Go to the official website of NTA UGC NET at https://nta.ac.in/ or click on the direct link mentioned above
Click on the link that says ‘View Results- UGC NET May 2021’
A new page will open where the candidates will be required to fill in their application number or roll number, date of birth, security pin or captcha.
Click on the 'Submit' tab and the UGC NET 2020 June result will be displayed on the screen.
Note: In order to qualify in the exam, candidates have to get a minimum cut-off mark in both the papers as prescribed by the University Grants Commission (UGC).
It is very important for the candidates to understand that the result of UGC NET May 2021 is not a just document, which will give clarity on whether the candidate qualified the exam. It is a replica of the efforts and preparation one has put into to qualify and score good marks in the UGC NET 2020 (June) examination. It is also important for the candidates to check the details mentioned on the result of the May 2021 UGC NET. The result sheet of UGC NET May 2021 will enable the candidates to find out whether they are eligible for JRF/ Assistant Professorship.
If the information mentioned on the result does not match the information of the candidate, then the person might face difficulty in clearing the other rounds. Therefore it is suggested to check and verify the personal details along with the scored details before downloading it from the official site. If in case the candidates find out any wrong or unsuitable print information, then they can report this issue to the concerned authorities. Given below are the details that must be present on the UGC NET 2020 result of every test taker.
Name of the candidate.
Roll number of the candidate.
Name of the examination.
Date and time of the examination.
Marks secured in each section.
Total marks secured by the aspirants.
Rank secured by the test taker.
Sectional and overall percentile.
Signature of the exam comptroller.
Stamp of the exam conducting authority.
In order to calculate the result of UGC NET 2020, few parameters will be strongly considered. Those will include the marks secured by the candidates along with the overall percentile and the total number of vacancies. The reservation policy prescribed by the Government of India will also play a major role in determining the final UGC 2019 result of the candidates. It must be understood by the test takers that result of UGC NET 2019 will be prepared in the form of Raw Scores and Percentile Scores of the Total Raw Scores. To understand this, candidates can refer to the formula given below.
Let TP 1 be the Percentile Score of Total Raw Score of the test taker.
Now, Total Percentile (TP 1): 100 X Number of test taker appeared in the session with raw score Equal To or Less Than T1 Score / Total Number of Aspirants Appeared in the Session
The following steps will be carried out for the result declaration of UGC NET 2020:
Only 6% of the total UGC NET 2019 December month exam takers will be selected after all the applicants have appeared in both the papers of NET
The total number of vacancies will be distributed to the test-takers from different categories according to the Government of India’s reservation policy
The general category candidates, who appear in both of the papers, must secure a minimum of 40% aggregate in both the papers combined in order to be considered for selection into the Assistant Professor or JRF posts. For OBC-NCL/SC/ST/Transgender/PwD category candidates, the minimum aggregate will dip to 35% combining both the papers
The exam conducting authority of UGC NET also follows a normalisation process in order to maintain equality among the test takers. It is a process that has been established for comparing scores and merit of the test takers across all different sessions of the examination. The normalisation process is based on the percentile score of the candidates to ensure that no candidate is being benefited or disadvantaged due to the difficulty level of the UC NET 2020. It creates an equal balance and produces a more authentic form of result for the candidates purely created on the basis of the distribution of questions and marks among all sessions of examination and the performance of the test-takers in the same.
There are three major steps that help in the functioning of the normalisation process. These include -
Distribution of the Examinees in Two Shifts
Preparation of Result for Each Session
Compilation of NTA score and Preparation of Result
To know the details about this normalisation process and the existing formula used for extracting the final result, candidates can go through the following PDF that defines the normalisation procedure clearly and specifically.
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