UGC NET Result 2019 – NTA has announced UGC NET Result for June exam on ntanet.nic.in. Along with the result, the cut off for UGC NET has also been released. To download scorecard, application number and date of birth is required. UGC NET Result determines eligibility for Assistant Professor and Junior Research Fellowship, which has been awarded to those who scores more than 40% (35% for SC/ST/OBC/PWD/Transgender). In all, 6% candidates have qualified the exam. Assistant Professor qualified candidates can download e-Certificate from ugcnetonline.in, and JRF qualified candidates are issued Award Letter by post.
Latest: UGC NET 2019 result has been announced. Two new links are activated, check below.
UGC NET Result 2019
UGC NET Result June 2019 is announced in form of scorecard. Candidates get 2 marks for every correct answer. Raw score on basis of final answer key is converted to NTA percentile score as per normalization method. Note all important dates of exam and result declaration from following schedule.
|UGC NET 2019||Important Dates|
|Conduct of exam||20, 21, 24, 25, and 26 Jun 2019|
|Question papers with response sheet release by NTA||28 Jun 2019|
|Answer key check and challenge||01 Jul 2019|
|Last date to view question paper, answer key, response sheet||03 Jul 2019|
|Declaration of UGC NET 2019 Result (expected)||13 Jul 2019|
UGC NET 2019 Cut Off
The basic cut off criteria for UGC NET 2019 is that the candidate should have score more than 40%. For reserved category candidates it is 35%. However, NTA prepares a detailed cut off for each subject as well. For JRF and Assistant Professorship it is prepared separately. For UNG NET June 2019, it is as follows:
- Click Here to check UGC NET Cut Off 2019, if PDF below is not visible.
Forgot application number or password: Click here if you have trouble signing in, to get application number or reset password.
UGC NET 2019 Result Statistics
UGC NET Result 2019: How to check by name?
- Click on link for forgot application number or password given above on this page.
- Then select forgot application number.
- You will then be asked to fill a form where you have to enter name, mother’s name, father’s name, date of birth, gender, state of residence.
- Once you submit the form, you will get your application number.
UGC NET Result 2019 Marks Calculation
Award of marks are on basis of final answer key of UGC NET 2019. To understand calculation of marks for result of UGC NET, you should know the exam pattern. NTA UGC National Eligibility Test test was a computer based test of 3 hours with following distribution of questions and marks.
|Name of Paper||No. of Qs||Max Marks|
Marking scheme: Please note that in computer based test, questions-answers were indicated with following color scheme.
Depending on status and type of answer, candidates get marks as per following marking scheme.
|Status of answer||Answer type||Marks|
|Not visited the question||NA||0|
|Not answered question||NA||0|
|Not answered question but marked for review||NA||0|
|Answered and marked for review||Right answer||+2|
|Answered and marked for review||Wrong answer||0|
There is no negative marking in UGC NET.
How to check UGC NET Result 2019?
This is a step by step guide to check result at ntanet.nic.in. Please note that you can check result from any device (computer, laptop, tab, mobile phone) as long as it has a browser and internet connection.
1st Step: Click on link to check UGC NET 2019 result above.
2nd Step: Enter either application number of roll number and date of birth. Then click on submit button.
3rd Step: As soon as UGC NET 2019 scorecard displays on screen, check and download it.
During checking of result, candidates commonly face sign in issues. This is usually caused by entering incorrect login credentials. Steps to take if you forget password or application number are explained here.
Forgot Password:- This is how you can reset your password
- Click on link for forgot application number or password given above on this page.
- Now you can select any one option to reset password (i) using security question and answer; (ii) by verification code via SMS; (iii) by reset link via email.
- Depending upon option you chose, you have to fill a form with your application number and other details.
- Then you will be able to reset the password.
UGC NET Result 2019 Highlights
The second UGC NET was conducted by NTA in fourth and fifth week of June in two shifts per. Facts and figures pertaining to examination and result are highlighted below.
|S.No.||Details of UGC NET June 2019||Statistics|
|1||Number of candidates who applied for UGC NET June 2019||9.42 lakh|
|2||Number of candidates who appeared for UGC NET 2019 in June||681718|
|3||Number of examination centres||615|
|4||Number of cities where there were exam centres||237|
|5||Number of Regional Coordinators||15|
|6||Number of City Coordinators||162|
|7||Number of Observers||280|
|8||Number of centres with CCTV surveillance||600|
|9||Number of jammers installed in each shift||3800|
What is displayed in UGC NET 2019 Result?
National Testing Agency publishes following details in UGC NET result 2019 for June.
- Roll number
- Application number
- Candidate’s name
- Mother’s name
- Father’s name
- Number of candidates in this subject
- Number of candidates appeared in this subject
- Applied for
- Maximum marks
- Marks obtained
- Percentage of marks
- NTA UGC NET June 2019 Percentile Score
NTA UGC NET Result 2019: Normalization Process
Since UGC NET exam was held in different dates, different shifts, therefore normalization is implemented to eliminate difference in scores due to difference in difficulty level among shifts. To understand the normalization process for UGC NET Result, go through the 3 steps given below.
NTA UGC NET Result 2019 Percentile Score is calculated upto 7 decimal points.
Here is an example for percentile calculation.
Procedure and criteria for declaration of UGC NET Result
There is a set procedure for declaring UGC NET result. It involves following 6 steps.
Step I: Number of candidates to qualify UGC NET (total slots for eligibility for Assistant Professor) is equal to 6% of candidates who appeared in both papers of National Eligibility Test.
Step II: As per reservation policy, different categories are allocated number of slots. Percentage division is as per reservation norms of GOI.
Step III: Candidates must have obtained 40% in aggregate of paper 1 and paper 2, or 35% at least in case of SC, ST, OBC, PWD, Transgender. Such candidates are only considered for eligibility for Assistant Professor only and eligibility for Assistant Professor and Junior Research Fellowship.
Step IV: Number of candidates to be declared qualified in any subject for a particular category is calculated as per following formula.
Overall percentage in both papers corresponding to number of slots then determines UGC NET cut off 2019 for eligibility for Assistant Professor for that subject for that category. Similarly, cut off for UGC NET June 2019 for other subjects and categories are calculated for eligibility for Assistant Professor.
Step V: Candidates who had applied for eligibility for Assistant Professor and Junior Research Fellowship out of those in Step IV are considered for JRF.
Step VI: Number of slots for JRF Award Letter are divided among different categories as per reservation rules of Govt of India. Number of candidates to be declared qualified for JRF and eligibility for Assistant Professor in a subject for a category is calculated as per following formula.
Overall percentage in both papers corresponding to number of JRF slots goes on to decide UGC NET 2019 cut off for JRF for that subject for that category. Similarly, UGC NET JRF 2019 Cut Off for other subjects and categories are calculated.
Subjects for which NTA UGC NET is conducted
UGC NET Result 2019 is not announced for disqualified candidates
If a candidate is found to have indulged in unfair means or practices, then their result is not announced. Unfair means constitute following.
- Candidate had any barred items in possession.
- He/she had not kept quiet during exam or not attended own question paper only.
- Candidate attempted to give or take assistance of any kind during exam.
- Case of impersonation.
In cases of impersonation, candidature is cancelled and he/she can also be debarred from exam either permanently or for a period of time, depending on nature of offence.
Significance of qualifying UGC NET
UGC NET, University Grants Commission National Eligibility Test is a national level exam conducted twice a year in June and December now by NTA, and previously by CBSE. NTA UGC NET is necessary exam for eligible candidates to clear for candidates who wish to become Assistant Professor in universities and institutes in India. Also, it determines eligibility for award of Junior Research Fellowship for higher order research.
Criteria for qualifying UGC NET
Candidates must obtain qualifying marks (40% for UR, and 35% for reserved category) in aggregate of paper 1 and paper 2. In addition, they must obtain cut off marks in order to be in top 6% of all candidates who appeared for both papers.
Importance of qualifying UGC NET
UGC NET qualified candidates can only apply for Lectureship in institutes, colleges, universities in India. Moreover, those who qualify JRF are eligible for stipend of Rs 31000 per month.
UGC NET Cut Offs
There are two things to consider in terms of cut off – Qualifying Marks, and Cut Off.
Qualifying marks:- Minimum marks in aggregate of paper 1 and paper 2 in order to be considered for JRF and/or Assistant Professor. On this page above you can read the steps in compilation of result. Only those who get this much qualifying marks are considered.
|SC, ST, OBC, PWD, Transgender||35%|
Cut Off:- Only top 6% candidates qualify as per UGC NET Result 2019. The least marks at which candidates qualify in a particular subject in a particular category is UGC NET cut off of that subject and category. UGC NET Cut Off June 2019 will be available with result.
In the meantime you can see last time’s cut off here.
|UGC NET Exam||UGC NET Cut Off|
|Dec 2018||Click here|
|Jan 2017||Click here|
|July 2016||Click here|
|Dec 2015||Click here|
|June 2015||Click here|
|December 2014||Click here|
|June 2014||Click here|
UGC NET e-Certificate: How to get, and validity
JRF Award Letter is sent by post and it may take some time to reach. Besides that, candidates can download e-Certificate online. JRF Award Letter is valid for 3 years from date of issuance; however for those who have joined MPhil/PhD for them date of commencement of Fellowship is date of declaration of UGC NET Result or date of joining whichever is later.
How to get UGC NET e-Certificate?
If you have qualified UGC NET then you can get e-Certificate by these steps.
- Go to ugcnetonline.in.
- Click on link for downloading e-Certificate of UGC NET from June 2011 onwards.
- If you have generated password through OTP, then click on Yes. Else click on no.
- If you If had generated password through OTP and clicked on Yes, then you can login with roll number, exam session, password and get e-certificate. Otherwise if you will have to first generate OTP and then login to get e-certificate.
How to get duplicate JRF Award Letter / NET Certificate of Eligibility for Lectureship / Assistant Professor
If you lose original JRF Award Letter and / or NET Certificate for eligibility of Lectureship / Assistant Professor, then you need to do this.
- Apply for duplicate NET Certificate / JRF Award Letter by providing documents namely (i) application of stating details along with date and roll number of UGC-NET. (ii) self-attested copy of FIR regarding loss of document (iii) Demand draft of Rs 100 drawn in favour of Secretary, University Grants Commission.
- Candidate should also provide email ID and contact number.
UGC NET 2019 Result Frequently Asked Questions
Ans : National Testing Agency (NTA) has announced result of UGC National Eligibility Test June exam on July 13. Result of December exam will be out in January.
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.