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July 15, 2019 • 11:57 am

NTA UGC NET Qualifying Criteria Dec 2019 - Latest Changes

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UGC NET Qualifying Criteria 2019

 

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NTA conducts UGC NET for inviting applicants for pursuing Junior Research Fellowship and Lectureship in universities and colleges across India.

 

To appear for the Exam, the candidates must know about the UGC NET Eligibility, to check whether they are eligible to apply for the exam or not.

 

The National Testing Agency has provided the selection criteria for UGC NET Exam for the candidates who are going to appear for the UGC NET 2019 Exam.

 

Below we have shared the complete details regarding the changed selection criteria of UGC NET Exam. Let’s have a look at the details.

 

 

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UGC NET Selection Criteria – Check the Steps below

 

There is certain qualifying criteria which need is followed by UGC to select the deserving candidates. Here you can check complete qualifying criteria for the UGC NET Exam.

 

UGC has decided that 6% of the candidates appearing for the NET Exam will be declared as qualifying to be eligible for the entry-level post of Assistant Professor and the Reservation Policy as per the category will be applied to this 6% qualified candidates.

Top 6% of the candidates who take the exam and score minimum 40% aggregate marks (at least 35% aggregate marks for candidates belonging to social groups viz., Scheduled Castes / Scheduled Tribes/ Other Backward Classes (Non-creamy layer)/ People with Disabilities/Transgenders) will be eligible for Assistant Professor.

A separate merit list for the award of JRF will be prepared from amongst the NET qualified candidates figuring in the merit list prepared under step III by using the formula mentioned below:

 

 

 

 

No. of slots under General (UR) category for JRF in a subject =

No. of candidates who have opted for JRF and are qualified for eligibility for Assistant Professor in that subject X No. of slots available under General (UR) category.

Total No. of General (UR) candidates who have opted for JRF and are qualified for eligibility for Assistant Professor

 

The similar formula will be used for OBC/SC/ST/Transgender categories for all the subjects.

 

As you know that NTA now started conducting the UGC NET Exam in multiple shift papers. The raw score of candidates in all the shifts will be calculated with the help of the normalization procedure. The use of UGC NET Normalization Procedure is for ensuring that aspirants are neither benefitted nor disadvantaged due to the dissimilar difficulty level of papers.

 

This Normalization procedure is an established practice for comparing aspirants scores across multi-session papers. NTA will use the percentile equivalence for normalization across sections”.

 

 

Download UGC NET Dec 2019 Syllabus

 

 

Previous Norms v/s the Latest UGC NET Selection Procedure

  

As per the Previous UGC norms regarding the procedure and criteria for declaration of UGC NET Result, the top 15% candidates from each of the four reservation category (OBC, SC, ST, PWD, Transgenders) on the merit list with prescribed minimum marks will be declared as qualified for Assistant Professor.

 

The Merit List of the candidates who have secured minimum marks would be prepared subject wise and category wise.

 

Now, as per the new notification, only 6% of candidates of previously 15% will be now declared as qualified.

 

This means that if suppose 6 Lakh candidates appear in UGC NET Exam then 6% of 6 lakh i.e. 36000 slots will be provided for the qualifying candidates for different categories as per the new policy.

 

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Why was the decision to change the Qualifying Criteria undertaken?

 

The decision to change the selection criteria of UGC NET Exam came after a petition was filed by Nair Service Society with the Kerala High Court.

 

According to the HC order in January 2017, the selection criteria of giving relaxation marks to reserved categories were considered as unconstitutional and as a move which is unfavorable for the general candidates.

 

As per the petition filed, the High Court had argued that because of the UGC NET Qualifying minimum marks prescribed to the reserved categories candidates, there are more candidates qualified with minimum marks from these categories as compared to the number of general candidates qualified for the exam.

 

As per the current Reservation Policy, the reservation provided for the four categories are mentioned below.

 

 

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We would appreciate your feedback on this move from UGC. Share your thoughts and queries in the comment section.

 

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  • Jitendra Kumar Panwar
    I got 44% marks in economics obc ncl whether i vl b qualified or not
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    Eduncle Team
    Hello Jitendra,
    Greetings from Eduncle!
    NTA has released the UGC NET June 2019 result and cut-off. You can check out the complete details from UGC NET Result
    Thank You.
  • Geethu S
    How much mark required to pass UGC net July 2018?
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    Eduncle Team
    Hello Dear,   Greetings from Eduncle!   Please check the UGC NET July 2018 Cutoff to know subject wise cutoff and qualifying marks.   Thanks for asking your query to us!   Kind Regards, Eduncle Team
  • Bikki
    Sir My total number 174 subject in sociology Category obc chances in this qualify?
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    Eduncle Team
    Hello Vikram,   Greetings from Eduncle!   If you appeared for only LS exam, then you may lose the qualification this year. But if you have appeared for JRF & Lectureship Exam, then yes you have fair chances to get success in the exam.   All the Best!   Thanks for asking your query with us!   Kind Regards, Eduncle Team
  • Shiwani Bisht
    Sir, My query is that if i have applied for "JRF and Assistant Professor" both and i have only qualified the marks for Assistant Professor only. So, am i qualified for Assistant Professor or not? Please clear my doubt.
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    Eduncle Team
    Hello Shiwani,   Greetings from Eduncle!   Yes, you'll be qualified for Assistant Professor.   Thanks for asking your query with us!   Kind Regards, Eduncle Team
  • Shivam Singh
    Dear sir Please hemiparasis under which pwd category acording to ugc net criteria LOCOMOTOR DISAILITIES (LM) or OTHER DISABILITIES (OD)
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    Eduncle Team
    Hello Shivam,   Greetings from Eduncle!   For any kind of disabilities, you can choose PWD Option in your application form.   Thanks for asking your query with us!   Kind Regards, Eduncle Team
  • Ali
    Hi, I m PG in English literature with 52% marks, and belong to OBC (non creamy layer). Am I eligible for Assistant professor..what is the other option for me to become assistant professor..
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    Eduncle Team
    Hello Ali,   Greetings from Eduncle!   Yes, you're eligible for UGC NET. And UGC NET English would be the only option for you as it is mandatory for the lectureship.   Thanks for asking your query with us!   Kind Regards, Eduncle Team
  • Ashwini Ramesh
    If i score 208 all total, can I qualify net under general category in mass communication subject? At least looking previous years cut off percentages.
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  • Nemprakash
    Sir plus tell me what is total marks in Sc category to for qualifing net for the post of assistance professor
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    Eduncle Team
    Hello Prakash,   Please mention your subject too.   Kind Regards, Eduncle Team
  • Ashwini Ramesh
    If i score 208 all total, can I qualify net under general category in mass communication subject? At least looking previous years cut off percentages. Pls dont reply as - it depends on cut off. Kindly let me know if Atleast i should keep ang hope or not.
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    Eduncle Team
    Hello Ashwini,   Greetings from Eduncle!   Yes, you have fair chances to qualify UGC NET JRF if you're expecting to score 208 marks in Mass Communication. Last Year, the cutoff score was 146, so this year, it can be expected that it would be vary with the range of 5 marks up or down.   Good Luck & Thanks for asking your query with us!   Kind Regards, Eduncle Team
  • Tanseer
    Dear sir, Thanks for ur reply. So as per your clarification. Even though. I am not got the percentage of jrf cuttoff. But if I fall on lecturer category of obc means. I qualified in lecturer only. Right sir, Thanks in advance.
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    Eduncle Team
    Hello Tanseer,   Yes, you got it right!   Kind Regards, Eduncle Team
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