UGC NET Result 2016 Announced by CBSE

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UGC NET result 2016 has been announced by the Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi. The candidates were waiting for quite a long time for the declaration of CBSE NET result July 2016 and finally the wait comes to an end. The candidates can access UGC NET result at the official result portal cbseresults.nic.in. The candidates will be able to check their UGC NET July result by entering their respective roll number and date of birth at the results page.

CBSE is going to conduct NET exam in January next year and the last date for application form submission for the exam was decided as November 16. As per the practice, CBSE announces the results of the previous exam one day before rolling out the notification of the next exam, however, the same was not done this time. This put the candidates in a jiffy. Few days back, we had reported that the results will be announced by the Board before wrapping up the application process for UGC NET Jan 2017 exam. On November 16, the Board announced that the application dates for NET Jan 2017 have been extended. This confirmed that the results are in process and finally, CBSE has declared UGC NET result online.

UGC NET July 2016 exam was conducted by CBSE in July and August in which over 6 lakh candidates participated. The NET exam covers 84 subjects in total. The answer keys of all the subjects were released by the Board in September and accordingly the objections were submitted. These objections were considered while preparing the final result.

UGC NET exam consisted of three papers and the minimum marks in Paper 1 & 2 stands at 40 percent. The canidates are required to score minimum 50 percent marks in Paper 3 in order to be considered for inclusion in the merit list. The minimum marks for reserved category candidates lies at 35 percent and 40 percent in Paper 1 & 2 and Paper 3 respectively.

CBSE would also publish separate merit lists subject-wise and category-wise using the aggregate marks of all three papers. Top 15 percent candidates (for each subject and paper) will be declared NET qualified for eligibility for Assistant Professor. These top 15 percent candidates will also be considered for the preparation of a separate merit list for the award of JRF.

Check UGC NET Result at official website here

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  • I appeared for NET (LAW) in July and filled 4 objections with respect to the official answer keys. Unfortunately, no changes has been observed in my finally tally. I am 100 percent sure about my objections which will give me 4 additional marks. Please tell me whether in other papers, do you see that CBSE has entertained the objections raised by applicants regarding the answer keys or they declared result merely on the basis of previously declared answer keys?

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