UGC NET June 2020 Results (Out), Check Cutoff, Final Answer Key, Highlights

Sakunth Kumar
Sakunth KumarPublished On: December 02, 2020 | UGC NET

UGC NET June 2020 results has been released on December 1, 2020. The final answer key is available now. Check UGC NET June 2020 results highlights, cutoff, and direct link here.

UGC NET June 2020 Results

The National Testing Agency (NTA) has released the UGC NET June 2020 results on December 1, 2020. NTA has previously released the final answer key and cutoff. The June 2020 session of UGC NET 2020 concluded on November 13, 2020, and the response sheet was released for all the days of the exam. The direct link to check the UGC NET June 2020 results is available here. Along with the answer key, NTA has also released the subject wise cutoff marks for all categories.

Direct Link to Check UGC NET June 2020 Results (Released)

UGC NET June Cutoff 2020 (Released)

UGC NET June 2020 Final Answer Key

UGC NET 2020 Selection Process

Highlights of UGC NET June 2020 Results

Some of the major highlights of UGC NET June 2020 results are as follows –

Total No. of Candidates Registered for the Exam

8,60,976

Total No. of Subjects

81

Total No. of Candidates Appeared for the Exam

5,26,707

Total No. of Male Candidates Appeared for the Exam

2,36,427

Total No. of Female Candidates Appeared for the Exam

2,90,260

Total No. of Transgender Candidates Appeared for the Exam

20

Total No. of Candidates Qualified for Assistant Professorship40,986
Total No. of Candidates Qualified for JRF & Assistant Professorship6,171

English, Commerce, and Hindi subjects of UGC NET June 2020 were conducted in two shifts and all other subjects were conducted in a single shift. For the first time, the UGC NET exam was conducted in a long window from September 24 to November 13.

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