The National Testing Agency (NTA) uses two ways to establish the UGC NET cut-off score. Candidates are first shortlisted based on their qualifications (category-wise). The scored marks are then used to construct a merit list. According to the UGC NET cut-off date of December 2020, only 6% of candidates will be approved for Assistant/Associate Professorships.
The certain number of candidates having a high rank in Assistant/Associate Professorship are chosen by the examination authority to be given JRF. Candidates must acquire qualifying marks in both the NTA UGC NET December 2020 cycle and the NTA UGC NET December 2020 cycle to be considered for a JRF or Assistant Professorship.
1. The UGC NET qualifying marks for General category applicants in Pape, I, and I are 40%. For reserved category candidates, the qualifying scores in Paper I and II are %.
2. Only those applicants whose scores in both examinations meet the UGC NET cut-off will have their results processed.
The cut-off marks did not change, and it will be determined using the normalisation procedure:
3. Candidates' raw marks from numerous shifts/sessions will be converted to an NTA Score for multi-shift papers (percentile).
4. If a subject test is given in multiple shifts, the candidate's raw marks will be used to calculate the NTA Score. For further processing to determine allocation, the NTA Score for the Raw Marks calculated for all shifts/sessions will be merged.
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According to the UGC, the top 6% of all applicants who appeared in both UGC NET exams will be regarded qualified for Assistant Professorship.
The authority picks a specified number of candidates who have applied for JRF and have a high rank in the different topics.
For exams held in multiple slots and sessions, the UGC NET subject-wise cut-off score will be calculated using the normalisation process.
There will be no changes to the process for determining the cutoff, and the approach will remain the same.
What were the UGC NET Cut Offs for June 2020?
If you are aiming to crack the upcoming UGC NET 2021 exam in the subject of your choice, going through the UGC NET 2020 cutoffs are a must. You can find the UGC NET 2020 cutoffs here.