Result date: The UGC NET 2019 result will be declared on 5th August 2019 and candidate can check the results on the official website of UGC NET 2019.
Log in: Candidates have to log in to their account using valid credentials to access the UGC NET 2019.
Printout: Candidate should take a printout of UGC NET 2019 result sheet for further reference.
Assistant Professor: Candidates who get a cut-off score, as per their category, will be eligible for the position of assistant professor or junior research fellowship.
Percentage of Students: According to CBSE UGC NET 2019 result, only 15% students are considered for the post of Assistant Professor only.
Counselling: CBSE UGC NET 2019 counseling will start soon after the exam result is declared.
Counselling Date: To get the counseling date, a candidate needs to confirm their ranking and then based on merit, a date is allocated by the officials.
Scorecard: The scorecard for UGC NET 2019 must be preserved until the completion of the admission process.
Note: After result announcement, candidates can apply for the fellowship or the post of assistant lecturer.
Step 1: Go to the official website of UGC NET 2019 and click on the result link.
Step 2: Log in by using your User ID and Password.
Step 3: The result in form of PDF will be displayed on your screen.
Step 4: Candidate must download the UGC NET 2019 result scorecard.
Step 5: Take a printout for further reference.
A merit list is created by UGC to determine the list of eligible students.
Preparation of Merit list based on Cut off Scores
For the students who secure cut off scores, a merit list is prepared.
This merit list is based on their aggregate marks, scored in each subject in all three papers.
There are two lists, one subject-wise and the other category-wise.
UGC NET Result for Merit Students
UGC takes out top 15% candidates from the merit list and announces them eligible for Assistant Professors in Indian universities and colleges.
UGC NET Result for Junior Research Fellowship (JRF)
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.
Number of slots under General Category for JRF = (Number of candidates who have opted for eligibility for Assistant Professor in that subject X Number of slots available under General category) / Total number of general candidates who have opted for JRD and are qualified for eligibility for the assistant professor
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