The UGC NET Cut off Marks 2018 reveals the rank of the candidate. With the CSIR UGC NET Qualifying Marks, the aspirants can know their results. Hence, know more information regarding the UGC NET Subject-Wise Cutoff, NET UGC Category-Wise Cut-off, and UGC NET Merit List by reading this passage. Also, check UGC NET Previous Year Cut off 2017 from this page.
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8th July CBSE UGC NET Exam Cut off 2018
The aspirants who wrote the UGC NET Exam is curiously waiting for the UGC NET Qualifying Marks 2018. The CBSE UGC-NET Cut off 2018 are the minimum percentage of marks that the aspirant should achieve in NET Test if a candidate wants to qualify for the exam. Moreover, the UGCNET Cut off 2018 varies for Assistant Professor and Jr Research Fellowship. The contender has to cross both the UGC NET Paper 1 Cut off and IGC NET Paper 2 Cutoff Marks. Usually, the officials decide the cbsenet.nic.in Cutoff. And mostly, the examiners announce CSIR UGC NET Cut off 2018 before or along with UGC NET 2018 Result. Also, aspirants can use the UGC NET Cut off for Paper I & II, while preparing for next CBSE NET Exam.
Also, with the UGC NET 2018 Cut off the aspirants can estimate their result. Follow given steps to guess the result from CSIR UGC NET Cut off Score:
How to Calculate Cut Off Marks for UGC NET 2018?
- First, download the UGC NET July 2018 Answer Key. Then compare the options he/she has chosen for the exam with the correct options given on the UGCNET Answer Key to compute the marks the candidate might get in the UGC NET Test 2018.
- Check whether the candidate’s marks are more than the UGCNET Cutoff 2018 or not.
- If the score crosses UGC NET Cut off List, then the aspirants are qualified for the exam. Otherwise, they are disqualified.
Important Point: UGC NET Exam Pattern has changed. It contains Paper I and Paper II from 2018 onwards.
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CSIR UGC NET Cutoff Score 2018 @ cbsenet.nic.in
|UGC National Eligibility Test Cutoff 2018|
|Name of the Board||Central Board of Secondary Education|
|Name of the Organisation||University Grants Commission|
|Exam Level||National Level Exam|
|Exam Name||National Eligibility Test|
|Application Starting Date||05th March 2018|
|Application Ending Date||12th April 2018 (upto 11:59 PM)|
|Registration Fee Payment Ending Date||13th April 2018 (upto 11:59 PM)|
|Admit Card Release Date||3rd Week of June 2018|
|Date of the Exam||08th July 2018|
|Answer Key Release Date||4th Week of August|
|Results Date||September 2018|
|Category||Cut off Marks|
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UGC NET Cut off Marks 2018 for General, OBC, SC, ST | UGC NET Category Wise Cut off 2018
Since the detailed notification is released, we are providing the UGC NET Qualifying Marks for every category. Check UGC NET Cut off 2018 Category Wise from below. In order to be considered for ‘Both Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) and Eligibility for Assistant Professor’ and for ‘Eligibility for Assistant Professor Only’, the candidate must have appeared in both the papers. Also, the candidate must secure more than the mentioned UGC NET Cut Off Jul 2018 aggregate marks in both the papers taken together.
|Category||UGC NET Cut off Marks|
|General / Unreserved||40%|
UGC NET Previous Cutoff 2017 & NET UGC Category-Wise Qualifying Marks 2018
The UGC NET Exam 2017 has Paper-I, II and III. Now, the UGC NET Last Year 2017 Cut off are given below. The UGC NET Paper-Wise Cut off 2017 are as follows:
|Category||UGC NET Paper-Wise Minimum Marks|
|General / UR||40%||40%||50%|
Last Year, approximately 4,09,439 male and 5,19,557 female and 3 transgender candidates have applied for the UGC NET Test and the UGC NET Qualifying Percentage for January 2017 exam is 3.99%. This year, i.e., in 2018, a large number of aspirants apply for this exam, as the age cut-off criteria are increased, and the UGC NET Qualifying Percentage is increased to 6.00%.
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UGC NET Marking Scheme 2018
In UGC NET Exam Pattern 2018, both Paper I and II has objective type compulsory questions. The UGC NET 2018 Marking Scheme is as follows:
- The Paper 1 has 50 objective type questions.
- Paper 2 has 100 multiple choice questions.
- Each question in paper I and paper II carries two marks.
- There are no negative marks for wrong answers.
Factors Affecting the UGC NET Cut off Marks July 2018
- Maximum marks assigned for UGC NET Test.
- The total number of seats available.
- The number of candidates appeared for UGC NET Written Exam.
- Average marks achieved by the contenders.
- The difficulty level or toughness of the test paper.
- And also, reservation percentage for each category.
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CSIR UGC NET Merit List
After completion of UGC NET Written Exam, a CBSE UGC NET Merit List 2018 is prepared. The officials generate a list of UGC NET Qualified candidates which is a NET UGC Merit List. The board prepares a UGC NET Selection List 2018 Subject Wise and Category Wise using the aggregate marks of two papers. Now, the UGC NET Final Selection List is generated as follows:
- Top 6% aspirants from the UGC NET Selection List are declared as NET 2018 Qualified Candidates who satisfied eligibility criteria for Assistant Professor.
- For Assistant Professor, the number of candidates to be declared qualified in any subject for a particular category is derived as per the following methodology:
|No. of candidates qualified for eligibility of assistant professor in subject (assume) economics for (say) SC category =||(Number of candidates belonging to SC category who secure at least 35% aggregate marks in Economics) / (Total number of candidates belonging to SC category over all subjects who secure at least 35% aggregate marks in both the papers taken together) x (Total slots for SC category).|
- The procedure for subject wise cum category wise allocation of JRF slots is illustrated below:
|No. of candidates qualified for JRF & eligibility for Assistant Professor in General (UR)/OBC/SC/ST Category and in subject (say) economics =||(No. of general candidates who applied for JRF and are qualified for eligibility for Assistant Professor in that subject) / (Total No. of General candidates who have applied for JRF and are qualified for eligibility for Assistant Professor) x (No. of seats available in General category).|
Note that, the CBSE board only conducts the NET Exam and declares the result. Whereas, UGC provides the UGC NET 2018 E Certificate.
University Grants Commission National Eligibility Test Cut off Marks 2018 | CBSE UGC NET Exam Qualifying Marks 2018
What is UGC NET? The UGC NET is a National Eligibility Test. Also, known as CBSE NET. The UGC NET Exam acts as a minimum eligibility condition for recruitment and appointment of Assistant Professor in colleges, Universities, and Institutes. Also, the candidates will be awarded Junior Research Fellowship (JRF). The JRF awardees can do a whole time research work in universities, institutes, IITs and other national organizations. Hence, while applying for the test, candidates should specify for which post, i.e., Asst Professor or JRF they are writing the exam. Based on that, the officials announce results. The aspirant who qualified in JRF is eligible for Asst Professor. Whereas, the contenders who qualify for Assistant Prof. is not entitled to JRF.
The UGC NET 2018 Notification is released on 24th February 2018. Under University Grants Commission, the Central Board of Secondary Education conducts the National Eligibility Test. The UGC NET 2018 Exam Date on 8th July 2018. The NET Exam consists of Paper-I and Paper-II. After completion of the exam, the authority releases a UGC NET Answer Key 2018. The officials use CBSE UGC NET 2018 Final Answer Key while assessing the contender’s papers. If the achieved score crosses UGC NET Qualifying Criteria, then aspirant qualifies in the test. According to the UGC NET Subject-Wise Cut off and UGC NET Category-Wise Cutoff 2018 only, the board assigns a rank to the candidates.
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