The result of UGC NET June 2020 will be published in the format of the scorecard, where the aspirants will find their percentile, marks, the status of qualifying. The UGC NET June 2020 result will be published in December (expected) and the examination will be held from September to November. Candidates can download UGC NET Result for June 2020 Exam from the official website – ugcnet.nta.nic.in by logging in with their UGC NET Application Number, Date of birth or Password. The result is issued in the form of scorecard containing the marks scored in each paper of UGC NET 2020. NTA will also publish UGC NET 2020 Cutoff PDF for 81 subjects at its website soon after result declaration.
|UGC NET result 2020||Important dates|
|UGC NET 2020 exam||24, 25, 29, 30 Sep 2020
01, 09, 17 Oct 2020
04, 05, 11, 12, 13 Nov 2020
|Release of final answer key||To be announced|
|Declaration of result||
To be announced
|Download scorecard||To be announced|
Follow the steps given below to download the UGC NET Result 2020.
Step 1: Visit the official website of UGC NET – ugcnet.nta.nic.in
Step 2: On the website, click on ‘ UGC NET Result 2020’ link.
Step 3: Enter UGC NET Application Number and Date Of Birth or Password.
Step 4: The result will be displayed on the screen in the form of scorecard.
Step 5: Candidates must download and print the result of UGC NET 2020 for future use.
Following information will be displayed on Scorecard:
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The number of candidates to be declared qualified in any subject for a particular category is derived as per the methodology illustrated below:
Example: Candidate appears for Economics subject
|No. of candidates to be declared qualified for eligibility for Assistant Professor in the subject ‘Economics’ for the SC category||No. of candidates belonging to SC category who secure at least 35% aggregate marks in both the papers taken together for ‘Economics’ x Total slots derived for SC category as per Step II ÷ Total number of candidates belonging to SC category over all subjects who secure at least 35% aggregate marks in both the papers taken together.|
The aggregate percentage of the two papers corresponding to the number of slots arrived at, will determine the qualifying cutoff for eligibility for the post of Assistant Professor ‘in ‘Economics’ for the SC category. Similar yardstick shall be employed for deriving the subject-wise qualifying cutoffs for all categories.
All candidates who had applied for both ‘Eligibility for JRF & Assistant Professor’ out of the total number of qualified candidates derived as per Step IV, shall constitute the consideration zone for JRF.
Step VI: The total number slots available for awarding JRF is allocated among different categories as per te reservation policy of Government of India. The procedure for subjectwise cum category-wise allocation of JRF slots is illustrated below:
|Number of candidates to be declared qualified for Both JRF & Assistant Professor in the subject ‘Economics’ for the Scheduled Tribe (ST) category||Number of candidates belonging to ST category who have opted for JRF and have qualified for Eligibility for Assistant Professor Both in the subject ‘Economics’ (x) Total JRF slots available for ST category (÷) Total number of candidates belonging to ST category over all subjects who have opted for JRF and have qualified for Eligibility for Assistant Professor|
The aggregate percentage of the two paper scores corresponding to the number of JRF slots arrived at, will determine the qualifying cutoff for JRF in ‘Economics’ for the ST category. Check Exam Pattern
Normalization of the scores is based on Percentile method to calculate the result for the examination. Through normalization, the difficulty level of exam is adjusted thereby providing an unbiased score. The scores are allotted between 100 to 0 for each session of the exam. Through Normalization, raw scores are converted to Percentile.
Finally, the raw scores are merged with percentile for both the sessions to calculate the final result.
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After the above process, a separate cut off list is prepared for the students eligible for JRF. Below is the formula to calculate the score and thus the eligibility.
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|Category||Paper I + Paper II|
|General/ EWS||120 marks (40%)|
|OBC-NCL/PwD/SC/ST||105 marks (35%)|
*The article might have information for the previous academic years, please refer the official website of the exam.