UGC NET Results 2019 | UGC NET June Exam Results out now

By | July 15, 2019

To do research as per the candidate interest in any government university and private university UGC NET score important. By continuing the research work, the candidate will get monthly stipend by this UGC NET score (If candidate recruited as a junior research analyst in any university/college through JRF score).  In future, the University Grant Commission (UGC) may be will do mandatory for those who want to start their research work in any university. It has more weight in the present scenario. And if any university wants to conduct any entrance exam to recruit the students in their research work, there will be an exemption for those who have a valid UGC NET score. National Testing Agency (NTA) has announced the dates for 2019 June session UGC NET exam and the results will be released on July 15, 2019 in their official website.

To check the results, the candidate needs to log in the official portal of UGC NET 2019 i.e., www.ntanet.nic.in . The candidate should know his application number to check the results.

Check your UGC NET 2019 (June session) results:

The candidate visit the official website of UGC NET 2019 which is www.ntanet.nic.in

A link will be highlighted on July 15 in the website, which is like “Results of UGC NET 2019” (June session)

Click on the Results link and enter your application number and DOB as per the application form.

Then enter the identification number which was displayed on the box to prove yourself as a human.

After click on the submit option, a PDF will be displayed on the screen. This PDF having the results of the detailed marks of the qualified candidates from each paper.

The candidate can download the PDF for further references.

The candidate needs to meet the cut off score which will finalise by the UGC NET board officials. To qualify in UGC NET 2019 (June session) the candidate should meet the cut off score in both papers. If the candidate got the marks more than the cut off score in paper I, but he/she fails to reach the cut off score in the paper II, it means the candidate not qualified in UGC NET 2019 exam. If the candidate got equal or more than cut off score, then only he/she treated as a UGC NET qualified candidate.

Declaration of Results Procedure:

Step 1:  The total no. of candidates to be qualified (total slots or Eligibility for Assistant Professor) shall be equal to 6% of the candidates appeared in both the papers of UGC NET 2019.

Step 2: The total slots shall be allocated to different categories as per the reservation Government of India policies.

Step 3: If general candidates got the 40% aggregate in both papers, then only they announced as eligible for JRF and Assistant professor. The other category like, OBC/SC/ST/PwD candidates need to get 35% aggregate in paper I and paper II to get eligible for both JRF and assistant professor.

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