Update- check your marks
This post has been amended in light of the confirmed official information.
Result of the UGC National Eligibility Test (NET) for Lectureship and Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) has been declared.
For JRF around 3625 candidates have been selected.
For Lectureship 40332 candidates have been declared successful on all
However there seems to be too much embarrassment for many candidates.
When they saw their answer keys, many of them qualified according to the minimum criteria set by UGC for the passing the prestigious exam.
But a look at the result will show you that there is general and other category merit or minimum cut-off for all subjects in the NET exam.
So even if one have qualified according to the answer keys there is high chances that one may not have made it to the final list of the qualified candidates in the result.
Following is the category wise official qualifying criteria for lectureship eligibility for June 2012 NET:
For General Category- Paper-I: 40%, Paper-II: 40%, Paper-III: 50%
And the aggregate marks of all three paper must be 65% or above for successful Passing of the NET exam.
For OBC (Non Creamy Layer) Category- Paper-I: 35%, Paper-II: 35%, Paper-III: 45%
And the aggregate marks of all three paper must be 60% or above for successful Passing of the NET exam.
For SC Category- Paper-I: 35%, Paper-II: 35%, Paper-III: 40%
And the aggregate marks of all three paper must be 55% or above for successful Passing of the NET exam.
New update- Click here to check the cut-off for the JRF in different subjects and to know how the cutoff is decided for the JRF.
Remember, that this was the first time UGC has conducted objective type papers in all subject. So cut-off merit may have gone high this time. What is your view?
As they have just mentioned the minimum passing marks. Peoples complain that there are no criteria of minimum cut-off for lectureship. What is the base of selecting the number of candidates for lectureship? They just mention the cut-off of the last year on their site.
But that is not true. As the above mentioned criteria is there in the website of UGC
If someone of you want to throw some light on this matter. You can comment below.
Check your result in the PDF file given below
Result of the UGC NET for all subjects
Your comments are welcome