UGC NET Result 2019 – NTA has released the e-certificate and JRF award letter of qualified candidates of UGC NET December 2019 at ugcnet.nic.in. Candidates can now login through direct link below to download e-certificate and JRF award letter of UGC National Eligibility Test December 2019. Login options are through application number and either date of birth or password. The cut offs for all 81 subjects have also been published by the National Testing Agency, and you can get that also from this page.
Latest: Result of UGC NET Dec 2019 is out; scroll down to check it. If you are waiting for CSIR NET result 2019, click here.
UGC NET Result 2019
NTA declares the UGC NET result in online mode via login. The direct link to check result can be accessed at ugcnet.nta.nic.in, and also nta.ac.in. The important dates related to UGC NET Result December 2019 are as follows.
|UGC NET Result 2019||Imp. Dates|
|Exam Date||02 to 06 Dec 2019|
|Issuance of official answer key||10 Dec 2019|
|Last date to submit objection against official UGC NET answer key||14 Dec 2019|
|UGC NET result Dec 2019 announcement date||31 Dec 2019|
E-certificate and JRF Award Letter: Click here for E-certificate and JRF Award Letter for qualified candidates of UGC NET Dec 2019.
UGC NET Result 2019 – Notification / Press Release
NTA has published the following press release on UGC NET result Dec 2019. Its key highlights are as follows.
- The exam was held in 700 centers across 219 cities in India for 81 subjects.
- A total of 10,34,872 candidates had registered.
- Of the, 7,93,813 had appeared in the exam.
- NTA has declared that 60,147 as qualified for eligibility for Assistant Professor, and 5,092 as qualified for JRF and eligible for Assistant Professor.
Here is the complete press release.
Contents of UGC NET Result 2019
Here is a sample UGC NET Result.
As you can see, it contains the following details.
- Roll number
- Application number
- Candidate name
- Mother’s name
- Father’s name
- Number of candidates in this subject
- Applied for
- Marks obtained in paper 1
- Percentage of marks obtained in paper 1
- Percentile obtained in paper 1
- Marks obtained in paper 2
- Percentage of marks obtained in paper 2
- Percentile obtained in paper 2
- Marks obtained in total
- Percentage of marks obtained in total
- Percentile obtained in total
- Result whether qualified or not
UGC NET 2019 Result: Declared as qualified for Assistant Professor only
Does your UGC NET result show “qualified for Assistant Professor only”?
If yes, then congratulations, this means that you have cleared the cut offs for eligibility for Assistant Professor of the NTA UGC NET December 2019 exam.
Validity: The validity of UGC NET certificate of eligibility for Assistant Professor / Lectureship is forever.
Date of my eligibility for the post of Assistant Professor: UGC says, in a FAQ document at ugc.ac.in, that the date of eligibility for the post of Assistant Professor is the date of declaration of NET result, OR the date of completion of Master’s degree or equivalent examination with required percentage of marks within two years from the date of declaration of NET result, whichever is later. Candidates who are declared as qualified for Assistant Professor in UGC NET Result December 2019, and apply for lectureship jobs anywhere, should check the requisite year of clearing NET, that the institute mentions, if any.
UGC NET 2019 Result: Declared as qualified for Junior Research Fellowship
Does your UGC NET result show “qualified for JRF”?
If yes, then congratulations, this means that you have cleared the cut offs for eligibility for Junior Research Fellowship of the NTA UGC NET December 2019 exam.
Validity: Your offer will be valid for a period of 3 years from the date of issuance of the JRF Award Letter. However if you have already joined a M.Phil or PhD course, then the date of starting the fellowship is the date of declaration of NET result or date of joining, whichever is later.
Date of my eligibility for Junior Research Fellowship: You will be eligible to receive University Grants Commission (UGC) fellowship under various schemes, subject to getting placed in institutes.
UGC NET Certificate
Those who are declared as qualified for Assistant Professor are issued the UGC NET certificate. It contains a UGC refernce number, your roll number. This document certifies that candidate who has been issued the same has qualified the UGC NET for eligibility for Assistant Professor in the given subject. Institution employing the candidate needs to verify the authenticity of the document by scanning the QR bar code or otherwise.
This is what the UGC NET certificate looks like:
JRF Award Letter
Candidates who are announced to be qualified for Junior Research Fellowship are issued the JRF Award Letter. It certifies that candidate is eligible for JRF, its tenure, and other important instructions regarding getting admission and registration for full time M.Phil / PhD.
This is what the JRF Award Letter looks like:
How to obtain UGC NET Certificate?
National Testing Agency is as such only responsible for conducting the UGC NET exam and declaring its results. Issuance of eligibility certificate is the responsibility of University Grants Commission. Nevertheless, other than UGC providing an online mode of downloading the certificate, NTA has also started doing so since the June 2019 exam. Here are all the different ways you can get the UGC NET certificate.
Obtain UGC NET Certificate from ugcnet.nta.nic.in
- Go to https://ugcnet.nta.nic.in/webinfo/public/home.aspx
- Click the link “E-certificate and JRF Award Letter for qualified candidates of UGC NET June 2019”.
- Enter roll number or application number, date of birth, exam session, captcha code and login.
Note: NTA has only hosted e-certificate for UGC NET June 2019, and may do so for UGC NET December 2019. However for older exams, you have to go to ugcnetonline.in.
Obtain UGC NET Certificate from ugcnetonline.in
- Go to https://www.ugcnetonline.in/.
- You will see three links (1) Click here to download e-Certificate of UGC-NET for June 2010 and Dec. 2010, (2) Click here to download e-Certificate of UGC-NET from June 2011 onwards, (3) Click here to download e-Certificate of Joint CSIR-UGC TEST from December 2016 onwards.
- Depending upon the year in which you appeared for exam, click on the relevant link.
(1) UGC NET e-Certificate for June 2010 and Dec 2010
- Login with roll number, date of birth, year of exam, session of exam, security key to get your e-certificate.
(2) UGC NET e-Certificate for exams held from June 2011
- You will reach a page where you will be asked “Have you generated your password through OTP after 15/06/2017?”.
- If you have generated OTP, then click yes. Then you will reach a login page. Enter roll number, exam session, password, captcha code to login and download your UGC NET e-certificate.
- Else, if you have not generated OTP, then click no. Now you will be asked to enter roll number, email id, date of birth, exam session to first generate the password. Then you will have to go to to website ugcnetonline.in again, click on the link to get e-certificate, then click yes, and login with roll number, exam session, password, captcha code to get the e-certificate.
(3) UGC NET e-Certificate for exams held from December 2016
- You will reach a page where you will be asked “Have you generated your password through OTP after 01/09/2017 ?”.
- Just like in the previous case, you will either select yes, and login.
- Or you will select no and first generate password and then login to get the certificate.
How to obtain duplicate UGC NET Certificate of Eligibility for Lectureship / Assistant Professor, or JRF Award Letter?
As per a FAQ document available on ugc.ac.in, the following instructions have been given by the University Grants Commission on steps to take if one has lost the original UGC NET certificate,
In case of loss of original JRF Award Letter and / or NET Certificate of Eligibility for Lectureship / Assistant Professor, the candidate can apply for a duplicate NET Certificate / JRF Award Letter by producing the following documents:-
- Application of the candidate stating the details along with his/her date and Roll Number of UGC-NET.
- Self-attested copy of FIR regarding loss of the relevant document(s).
- A demand draft of Rs. 100/- drawn in favour of ‘Secretary, University Grants Commission’.
As all NET Certificates of Eligibility for Assistant Professor are being issued electronically, the candidate should provide his/her e-mail Id with contact / mobile number.
To understand the validity of the steps for the UGC NET certificate of a specific year, candidates must first get in touch with the commission before taking any action.
Qualifying Marks for UGC NET Result 2019
To determine whether one would qualify for either eligibility for Assistant Professor, or Junior Research Fellowship, or both, NTA compares marks of candidates with the cut off marks. But before comparing with cut off marks, it is checked whether the marks are at least equal to the qualifying marks.
What is UGC NET qualifying marks?:- The qualifying marks are the minimum marks in the aggregate of paper 1 and paper 2 that one requires to obtain in order to be considered for eligibility for assistant professor and/or JRF.
Qualifying marks for UGC NET 2019 are as follows
|Category||Qualifying Percentage||Qualifying Marks|
|SC, ST, OBC, PWD, Transgender||35%||105|
What is the difference between qualifying marks and cut off marks?
After it is confirmed that candidate has marks at least equal to qualifying marks, then he or she is listed for further consideration. After that it is seen whether candidates marks are high enough to be in the number of slots available for eligibility for assistant professor and/or JRF for that subject in that category; and marks of the last candidate in that category and that subject becomes the cut off marks.
Qualifying marks for UGC NET results are fixed. Cut off marks vary from exam to exam, category to category, and subject to subject.
Cut Off for UGC NET Result 2019
With every UGC NET result, the exam conducting body publishes cut off marks. Earlier when Central Board of Secondary Education used to conduct the exam, they used to publish the CBSE NET cut offs, and now that National Testing Agency holds the exam, it publishes the NTA NET cut off.
UGC NET Cut Off Dec 2019
The cut off for all 81 subjects of UGC NET December 2019 will be available with the results.
Check here: Click here to check the cut off of UGC NET 2019 held in June.
UGC NET Cut Off June 2019
The cut off for all 81 subjects of UGC NET June 2019 were published with the results.
Check here: Click here to check the cut off of UGC NET 2019 held in June.
UGC NET Result 2019: Procedure and Criteria of Declaration
The National Testing Agency has provided the detailed procedure that it uses in order to declare UGC NET results. It is a simple 6-step process. However it involves some critical calculations, for which, only the exam conducting body has data. Candidates can take note of this process to understand why the cut offs of some subjects are high and some are lower. Also this will explain to you what it means by slots of a subject and category.
Step 1. Calculation of total slots in UGC NET 2019 Result for Eligibility for Assistant Professor.
The total slots for eligibility will be equal to 6% of the candidates who have appeared in paper 1 and paper 2 both.
Step 2. Dividing the total slots category wise.
Slots are allocated category wise as per extant reservation policies of the government of India.
Step 3. Comparing marks of UGC NET 2019 candidates with qualifying marks.
Marks are calculated as per the final official answer key, and the same are then normalized as per the normalization formula. Only those candidates who have marks equal to or more than the qualifying marks are considered for the next steps.
Step 4. Finding UGC NET 2019 cut off for eligibility for assistant professor, for one subject, for one category. And then for all subjects for all categories.
Let subject = S, category = C
Then, number of candidates to be declared qualified for Eligibility for Assistant Professor in the subject ‘S’ for the category ‘C’ = Number of candidates belonging to the category ‘C’ who appeared in subject ‘S’ and secured qualifying marks of that category (x) total slots derived for category ‘C’ as per Step 2 (÷) total number of candidates belonging to category ‘C’ over all subjects who secure at least qualifying marks.
This is repeated for all subjects, all categories.
Step 5. Checking how many of the candidates who are qualifying as per above step have also applied for JRF.
If candidate is in the total number calculated in last step, and had also applied for ‘Eligibility for JRF & Eligibility for Assistant Professor both’, then he or she will come under the JRF consideration zone for UGC NET result 2019.
Step 6. Finding UGC NET 2019 cut off for Junior Research Fellowship, for one subject, for one category. And then for all subjects for all categories.
Number of candidates to be declared qualified for JRF & Eligibility for Assistant Professor both in Subject ‘S’ for category ‘C’ = Number of candidates belonging to the category ‘C’ who qualified for eligibility for assistant professor in subject ‘S’ and opted for JRF (x) total slots for JRF for category ‘C’ (÷) total number of candidates belonging to the category ‘C’ over all subjects who have opted for JRF and qualified for eligibility for assistant professor.
UGC NET – National Eligibility Test by NTA
UGC NET is a national level exam. Its full form is University Grants Commission National Eligibility Test. It is conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA).
The purpose of UGC NET is to determine eligibility of candidates for assistant professorship, and junior research fellowship in 81 subjects of humanities and social sciences. The exam is now held twice a year, once in June and once in December. Both times, the test is open for all India candidates.
Exam pattern of UGC NET is as follows:
|Paper||No. of qs||Marks|
Marking scheme of UGC NET is as follows:
- Candidates get 2 marks for correct answers.
- No mark is deducted for incorrect answers, that is there is no negative marking.
Statistics related to UGC NET December 2019
UGC NET 2019 Result Frequently Asked Questions
Ans : National Testing Agency (NTA) will release the result of UGC National Eligibility Test June exam on Dec 31 2019.
Ans : Candidates can check marks obtained in paper 1 (out of 100) and paper 2 (out of 200) in result. In addition, percentage score and percentile score after normalization is published in it.
Ans : General (UR) candidates must obtain at least 40% marks, and SC / ST / OBC / PWD / Transgender must get at least 35% marks.
Ans : The official website is ntanet.nic.in.