UGC NET Result 2024: Download Scorecard & Cut off PDF

University Grants Commission National Eligibility Test 2024 ( UGC NET )

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Exam On: 10 Jun '24

Dewesh Nandan Prasad

Dewesh Nandan PrasadAssociate Senior Executive

Updated on Feb 9, 2024 11:29 IST

UGC NET result 2024: The National Testing Agency (NTA) is responsible for releasing the UGC NET result. Along with the release of the result, the UGC NTE cut off and final answer key are released on the official website-ugcnet.nta.ac.in. as a PDF which can be accessed without login. However, the candidates need to log into their registered account to check result and the scorecard. The UGC NET June 2024 result will be released after the completion of the cycle.

The UGC NET cut off is released in the form of a PDF which will comprise the category-wise cut marks for the UGC NET 2024 exam. The UGC NET results 2024 are released in two phases, once for the exam and then for the National Fellowship for Maulana Azad National Fellowship for Minority Students (MANF), National Fellowship for Other Backward Classes (NFOBC), and National Fellowship for Scheduled Caste (NFSC).

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Q:   How can I check the result for the UGC NET exam?

A:
You can check the UGC NET result online on the official website of the exam by logging into your registered account. The steps to download UGC NET exam results have been given below for the candidates: a) Go to the official website b) Click on the UGC NET result link c) Fill out the details like application number and date of birth d) Click on the submit button e) Result will appear on the screen f) Download the result and save it for later use.
 

Q:   What details are required to download the UGC NET result and scorecard?

A:

You need to enter the application number and password/date of birth as the login details to check your UGC NET result. Other than this, security question or the captcha that is provided on the login page. If you have forgotten your application number then you will need your registered mobile number and email to retrieve the application number. The steps to download the UGC NET result and scorecard has been gien below for the candidates:

  • Go to the official website 
  • Click on the UGC NET scorecard link 
  • Fill out the application number and date of birth to login to the registered account 
  • Fill out the security pin available on the screen 
  • Click on the submit button
  • The UGC NET will appear on the screen

The candidates are advised to keep the application number saved to avoid any hassle while downloading the UGC NET result. 

 

Q:   I have forgotten my UGC NET application number. What should I do?

A:

You can re-generate your UGC NET application number by clicking on the Forgot Application link available on the account login window. The steps to get the application number have been given below for the candidates:

a) Go to the application window/result window 

b) Click on the forgot application number link

c) Fill out the details asked

d) The application number will be sent to the registered mobile number and email.

The candidates are advised to not change their mobile number which is registered for the exam as NTA sends the update through SMS nad email to the candidates in case of any notification related to UGC NET exam.

Q:   Is the UGC NET 2023 result for June Cycle declared?

A:

NTA released the UGC NET result on July 25 2023, for the June Cycle. The UGC NET results was released along with the release of the UGC NET 2023 cut off. The cut off was released as a PDF which is accessible by anyone by visiting the official website. To download the category-wise cut-off for the June cycle the candidates have to merely click the UGC NET cut off link present on the official website and the UGC NET cut would have appeared on the screen. On the other hand, to download the UGC NET results, the candidates had to login into their registered accounts to access the result and the scorecard for the UGC NET exam. Steps to login into the UGC NET registered account candidates can follow the steps below:

  • Go to the official website-ugcnet.nta.nic.in
  • Click on the UGC NET 2023 Results link
  • The page will redirect to the login page
  • Fill out the application number and date of birth
  • Enter the captcha code provided on the screen
  • Click on the submit button
  • The UGC NTA result will appear on the screen
  • Download the UGC NET Result and save it for later use
 

How to Check UGC NET Result 2023?

Candidates can follow the steps mentioned below to check the result for the UGC NET 2024 exam:

Step 1: Visit the official website of the exam -ugcnet.nta.nic.in

Step 2: Click the View UGC NET Result 2024 link

Step 3: Enter the following details

  • Application number
  • Date of birth
  • Security pin as shown in the image

Step 4: Click on the Submit button

Step 5: Download the UGC NET scorecard 2024

Also Read: UGC NET Certificate Validity

Download here UGC NET Result 2024- Yet to be Released 

Q:   I have secured the minimum qualifying marks for the UGC NET exam for Assistant Professor; still I am not qualified, why?

A:
The candidates need to qualify for both papers that are paper 1 and paper 2 in order to be eligible to qualify for the UGC NET exam. The candidates have to score a minimum of 40 per cent marks (Unreserved category) and 35 per cent of marks to qualify for the UGC NET exam. However, among the candidates crossing the minimum qualifying marks, the top 6 per cent of the candidates will be made qualified for the Assistant Professor.

Q:   I have not cleared the UGC NET exam. Can I appear for the exam again?

A:

Yes you can definitely appear for the UGC NET exam again If you did not clear it in the first attempt. The UGC NET exam is conducted twice a year by the National Testing Agency (NTA) for the selection of Assistant Professor and award for Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) in various Indian Universities and Colleges. 

There is no limit on the number o attempts that you can makefor the UGC NET exam. However, you have to fulfill the eligibility criteria for the exam, which include having master's  degree with at least 55 per cent marks (50 per cent for reserved categories) or equivalent from the UGC recognised University. The age eligibility for the UGC NET exam has been given below for the candidates:

Candidates applying for the Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) should not be more than 30 years of age as on the first day of the month in which the UGC NET 2023 exam concludes. 

UGC NET JRF Age Limit Relaxation 2023

Relaxation of JRF age criteria is given to SC, ST, OBC, PwD, women, and other category candidates. Have a look at the age relaxation for the reserved categories below. 

Category

Age Relaxation (in years)

SC/ST/OBC/PwD/Third Gender

5

Females of all categories

5

Candidates having research experience

Limited to the period spent on research

(Maximum of 5 years)

Candidates holding LLM degree

3

Candidates in armed forces

(subject to the length of service in the armed forces)

5

 

 

Q:   I want my UGC NET score to be re-evaluated. What is the process for the same?

A:
There is no provision for re-evaluation/re-checking of UGC NET result. The official notification reads, No correspondence in this regard shall be entertained. The candidates can only raise objections against the provisional answer key. Based on the objections raised by the candidates the final answer key and the result is released.
 

UGC NET 2023 Exam Dates & Schedule

Take a look at the table below for the complete schedule of UGC NET 2024 exam

DatesPast Exam Dates

19 Jan '24

UGC NET Result 2023

03 Jan '24

UGC NET Answer Key 2023

03 Jan '24 -

05 Jan '24

UGC NET Answer Key Objection 2023

UGC NET Normalisation Process 2024

Under the UGC NET normalisation process adopted by NTA, scores of candidates who appeared for the exam in different sessions are compared. Thereafter, percentile scores are used to normalise the scores of all candidates.

Also Read: UGC NET normalisation of marks 2024

Details Mentioned on UGC NET 2024 Scorecard/ Result

UGC NET 2020 scorecard

Each candidate’s UGC NET scorecard contains the following details:

Roll number

Application number

Name

Father’s name

Mother’s name

Category

Subject code and name

Number of candidates registered for the concerned subject

Number of candidates appeared for the concerned subject

Post applied for (JRF and Assistant Professor or Assistant Professor Only)

Paper-wise and total marks obtained

Paper-wise and total percentage obtained

Paper-wise and total percentile score obtained

Exam qualifying status

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UGC NET 2024 Result: National Fellowship

NTA will release the UGC NET National Fellowship result 2024 for Maulana Azad National Fellowship for Minority Students (MANF), National Fellowship for Other Backward Classes (NFOBC) and National Fellowship for Scheduled Caste (NFSC). Candidates can download the list of qualified candidates for the award of National Fellowship by following the given steps:

  • Visit the official website - https://ugcnet.nta.ac.in
  • Click on the link stating ‘List of Candidates Qualified for Award of NFSC/ MANF/ MANF'
  • Go through the list of qualified candidates
  • Download the PDF

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List of UGC NET subjects

How to Check UGC NET Result if Forgot Application Number?

In case, candidates forget their application number, required to log into their registered account to check the UGC NET result, they can re-generate it by following the steps mentioned below.

Step 1: Visit the official website of the exam

Step 2: Click on the link available for UGC NET 2024 result

Step 2: Click on the “Forgot Application No.?” link

Step 3: Enter the below-mentioned details:

  • Name
  • Father’s name
  • Mother’s name
  • Date of birth
  • Security pin as visible on the screen

Step 4: Click on the ‘Get Application Number’ button

The application number is re-generated, which candidates can use to log into their accounts and check the UGC NET result.

UGC NET Result Preparation Criteria & Minimum Qualifying Marks

The NTA prepares the UGC NET 2024 result by following the step-by-step procedure mentioned below:

Step 1: The number of candidates to be qualified for the exam should be equal to six per cent of the candidates appearing in both the papers of the UGC NET exam

Step 2: Total slots are allocated to different categories as per the reservation policy of the Government of India

Step 3: In order to be considered for ‘JRF and eligibility for Assistant Professor’ or ‘eligibility for Assistant Professor only’, candidates must appear for both paper-I and -II and score the minimum qualifying marks as mentioned below.

Categories

Aggregate Minimum Qualifying Marks in Both Papers (in Percentage)

General

40

Scheduled Caste (SC)/Scheduled Tribe (ST)/Other Backward Class (OBC) (non-creamy layer)/Persons with Disability (Pwd)/Transgender

35

Step 4: The number of candidates to be declared qualified in any subject for a particular category is derived using the below-mentioned formula.

UGC NET result declaration criteria

As per the aforementioned example, the aggregate percentage of the two papers corresponding to the number of slots arrived at, determines the UGC NET cutoff for the eligibility of Assistant Professor in Economics for SC category. The same formula is applied to determine the subject-wise qualifying cutoff for all categories.

Step 5: Candidates who had applied for JRF and the eligibility of Assistant Professor out of the total number of qualifying candidates (derived as per step 4) are considered for JRF.

Step 6: Total slots available for awarding JRF are allocated to different categories as per the reservation policy of the Government of India. The subject- and category-wise allocation of JRF slots is one as per the formula mentioned below:

UGC NET result declaration criteria

The aggregate percentage of the scores of two papers corresponding to the number of JRF slots arrived at, determines the qualifying cut-off for JRF in Economics for ST category. The same criterion is used for awarding JRF slots for all subjects and categories.

Q:   What are important preparation strategies for UGC NET?

A:
Key strategies for UGC NET: 1. Cover the important topics for Paper 1 and Paper 2 first 2. Remember, the UGC NET Exam syllabus is very comprehensive and you should avoid covering the whole syllabus. 3. Go for previous years' question papers and mock tests in last one month before the exam. 4. Don't over load yourself with all the current affairs and GK questions at once. Read the news daily and make notes regularly. Try to implement these strategies first and you will be more confident.

Q:   What is the age limit to apply for Junior Research Fellowship (JRF)?

A:

The age limit criteria for the UGC NET exam has been given below for the candidates: 

For JRF: The upper age limit to apply for Junior Research Fellowship is 30 years as on the date of the UGC NET exam. However, there is age relaxation given to the reserved candidates as per the norms of the Indian government. 5 years of age relaxation is given to ST/SC/OBC-NCL/PwD/Tansgender and Female candidates. 

For Assistant Professorship: There is no upper age limit to apply for the Assistant Professor eligibility exam. 

The candidates should not that the age is calculated from the date of the exam. Therefore, the candidates should not be more than 30 years of age on the day of UGC NET exam to be eligible for the JRF.

 

Q:   What is the validity of UGC NET certificate?

A:
UGC NET eligibility Certificate for Assistant Professor is valid for a lifetime. However, the UGC NET JRF award letter is valid for three years from the date of issuance. The candidates who will qualify for the NET exam will become eligible to teach in the Indian universities and colleges as an assistant professor. The candidates who will qualify for the UGC JRF exam will become eligible for the Ph.D. research that will be funded by the Indian government and also for the assistant professorship.

Q:   What is the salary after JRF?

A:
After clearing the UGC NET JRF, the candidates did not get any salary but get stipend to complete their Ph.D. in the Universities. Initially as a JRF scholars get INR 32,500 afterwards as a SRF the stipend is increased to INR 35,000. However, the UGC norms for assistant professor salary in private universities range from INR 30,000 to 70,000 per month. UGC Norms for assistant professor salary at Government Universities range from INR 55,000 to 1,05,000 per month.
 

UGC NET Merit List 2024

NTA will release the merit list for the candidates who will qualify for the UGC NET exam. The merit list is released along with the results for the UGC NET exam. The candidates have to log in to their registered accounts. The direct link will be provided for the result and the merit list after the release on the official website.

Direct Link for Merit List: Yet to be activated 

Also Read: UGC NET Political Science Topper's Interview and Preparation Interview

UGC NET Result Statistics of Previous Years

Check UGC result statistics for the previous years below.

UGC NET 2021 Result

Have a look at the result statistics of the UGC NET 2021 exam below.

Post

Registered

Appeared

Qualified

Assistant Professor only

3,87,150

1,80,012

43,730

JRF & Assistant Professor

8,79,359

4,91,276

9,127

Total

12,66,509

6,71,288

52,857

UGC NET 2020 Result

Check complete details on UGC NET result 2020 below.

UGC NET 2020 result statistics

Parameters

Assistant Professor only

JRF and Assistant Professor

Total

Number of candidates registered

2,59,734

6,01,242

8,60,976

Number of candidates appeared

1,40,479

3,86,228

5,26,707

Number of candidates qualified

40,986

6,171

47,157

UGC NET December 2019 Result

In December 2019, total 10,34,872 candidates registered while 7,93,813 candidates appeared for the exam. Out of the appearing candidates, total 60,147 candidates qualified the exam for Assistant Professor only and 5,092 candidates qualified the test for both Assistant Professor and JRF.

UGC NET result: 2020 vs 2019

Past Years' UGC NET Result Comparison

As evident in the graph below, the number of candidates qualified for 'Assistant Professor only' grew in the last two years (2018 and 2019). However, in 2022 the number declined. The number of candidates qualified for JRF and Assistant Professor has been on the rise in the last three years. Check complete past years' UGC NET result analysis below:   

Past year UGC NET result statistics

UGC NET Topper Interviews

Go through UGC NET topper interviews of the past years below.

Ankit Vaishnav

Subject: Mass Communication

Qualified for JRF & Assistant Professor

Prem Prakash

Subject: History

Qualified for Assistant Professor

Harshal Dev

Subject: History

Qualified for JRF & Assistant Professor

Vivek Sharma

Subject: Political Science

Qualified for JRF & Assistant Professor

Snigdha Moitra

Subject: Forensic Science

Qualified for Assistant Professor

Abhinav Pandey

Subject: History

Qualified for Assistant Professor

Richa Chaudhary

Subject: Psychology

Qualified for Assistant Professor

Vivek Mishra

Subject: Geography

Qualified for JRF & Assistant Professor

Chiranjit Gorai

Subject: History

Qualified for JRF & Assistant Professor

Ramesh Kumar

Subject: Commerce

Qualified for Assistant Professor

UGC NET Certificate Validity

UGC NET eligibility certificate for Assistant Professor will be valid for a lifetime. However, the UGC NET JRF award letter will be valid for a period of four years starting from the day of the issue of the letter.   

How to Download UGC NET E-Certificate & JRF Award Letter 2024?

UGC_NET_Certificate

UGC NET Certificate 2023

Candidates can follow the below-mentioned steps to download the JRF award letter and e-certificate for the UGC NET exam.

  • Visit the official website- https://ecertificate.nta.ac.in/login.php
  • Select the ‘UGC NET’ institution, enter the captcha code, and submit
  • Enter the roll number or application number, date of birth, exam session, and captcha code.
  • Go through the UGC NET certificate carefully
  • Download the e-certificate

Also Read: UGC NET Certificate Validity: How to Download E-Certificate?

Download the UGC NET E-certificate 2024 here - Yet to be Released

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