UGC NET Result 2023-24: The National Testing Agency (NTA) is all set to release the results of the Union Grant Commission-National Eligibility Test (UGC-NET) on January 17 for all 83 subjects. Candidates can check the marks for their respective subjects by visiting the official website (ugcnet.nta.ac.in). However, we will also provide the direct link of UGC NET Result once the scorecard is available on the NTA website. Those who score 40% will be declared qualified in the UGC NET Exam. The qualifying marks for SC, ST, and OBC candidates are 35%.
According to the official notice, “NTA announced in the Information Bulletin that the result of UGC – NET December 2023 would be declared on January 10, 2024, but due to a Natural Calamity (Michaung) in Chennai and Andhra Pradesh, a Re-Exam was conducted in the interest of candidates. Therefore, the Final Result of the aforementioned examination will be declared on January 17, 2024, on the website.
UGC NET December Result Download Link
The candidates will be required to use their application number and date of birth to check their marks in the exam. The result will be compiled based on the final answer key declared.
UGC NET Final Answer Key Download Link
The final answer key will be released by the NTA UGC NET on its official website. The final answer key will also be released today. The UGC NET final answer key will be prepared on the basis of objections submitted by the applicants.
UGC NET December Exam Cut Off 2023
NTA will also upload the cutoff percentile for Professor and Assistant Professor/JRF for all the categories and subjects. Meanwhile the candidates the UGC NET cutoff marks of the previous session below:
UGC NET Result Live Updates
UGC NET December Result Helpline Number
Candidates who are unable to download their marks can call the NTA helpline numbers – 011 40759000/69227700 for any assistance.
UGC NET December Result 2023 Preparation Method
The result has been prepared in the form of
- Raw Scores
- Percentiles Scores of Total raw scores.
The Percentiles would be calculated for each candidate in the Session as follows:
Let TP1 be the Percentile Scores of Total Raw Score of that candidate.
Total Percentile (TP1): 100 X No. of candidates who appeared from the session with raw score EQUAL TO OR LESS than T1 score/Total No. of candidates who appeared in the session
The exam was held in 292 cities in which a total 9,45,918 candidates appeared from 06 to 19 December 2023.
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