CBSE has announced UGC NET result of the exam held in July 2016. As the last date of application for NET Jan 2017 exam was extended till November 23, the results of previous exam have been declared.
Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is expected to announce UGC-NET result 2016 today for July session exam. The online form submission process for next UGC NET exam scheduled to be held in January is going to conclude on November 16, so the probability of declaration of last exam results before the process ends is maximum. However, no official word has been conveyed on the same and this page will be updated in real time with further updates on CBSE NET Result 2016.
The National Eligibility Test – CBSE UGC NET July 2016 was conducted by the CBSE on July 10 and August 28 wherein over 6 lakh candidates had participated. The Board had also released the answer keys and response sheet of candidates in September and the objections submitted by the candidates were recorded. The Board would use these objections for preparing the final results of the test. Usually, the result of one particular NET exam is announced one day before the applications for next NET exam commences, but the same was not done this time. This led to huge discontent and confusion among the aspirants as they could not decide on participating in the next exam or wait for the results. The results will be made available at cbseresults.nic.in.
UGC NET exam is administered twice a year for determining the eligibility of candidates for Assistant Professor or Junior Research Fellowship or both. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) had conducted the NET July 2016 exam in 84 subjects across 90 cities. The NET exam consists of three papers.
The candidates are required to score minimum 40 percent marks in Paper 1 & 2 and 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.
Two separate merit lists will be prepared 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.